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Sunday offered us an 11-game main DFS slate of NFL action. Let’s take a look at our top recommended plays on SuperDraft to see how we fared.


Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs (1x score multiplier)

The Chiefs rolled the Raiders for the second time this season, winning 48-9 after a 41-14 win in Week 10. Mahomes didn’t have quite the numbers he put up the first time, when he offered 406 yards and 5 TDs, but he still had his way, finishing with 258 yards with two passing touchdowns. He completed 20 of 24 attempts and made it look too easy. The beneficiaries of his touchdowns this week were almost completely different, though — Byron Pringle, Darrel Williams, Noah Gray and Tyreek Hill (twice) caught his scores the first time, and Williams and Josh Gordon caught his TD passes this time.

Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers (1.2x)

What a day for Herbert. He led the Chargers to a dominant victory over the New York Giants, throwing for 275 yards with three touchdowns. Herbert made sure the offense didn’t lose a step with Keenan Allen out on the Reserve/COVID-19 List, as he found Jalen Guyton and Josh Palmer for touchdowns.

Running Backs

Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (1x)

Kamara may have been chalk, but he was good chalk. He carried the ball 27 times for 120 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown. With no Mark Ingram, Kamara was able to carry the workload easily against a bad New York Jets team. The only slight downside to Kamara was that he was only able to find the end zone once, as Taysom Hill added on two rushing touchdowns himself.

Javonte Williams, Denver Broncos (1.3x)

The running back duo of Williams and Melvin Gordon did not disappoint against the Detroit Lions. Gordon got the majority of the groundwork, out carrying Williams 24-15 after missing last week, but Williams still put up a good performance, gaining 73 yards and a score on his 15 carries and adding a 10-yard receiving score. With a 1.3x multiplier, Williams exceeded his projections.

Wide Receivers

Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs (1x)

Hill did lead the receiving core once again, tying Travis Kelce for the team target lead (4) and catching all four of them. He finished with 76 receiving yards but was not one of the players to find the end zone.

Hunter Renfrow, Las Vegas Raiders (1.4x)

The Raiders looked bad against the Chiefs. The team fumbled on its opening drive, and things didn’t turn around from there. One bright spot? Renfrow. He had 13 receptions for 117 receiving yards with one touchdown. Renfrow’s 13 receptions came on 14 targets.

Tight Ends

George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (1.2x)

Kittle finally broke the 5-TD barrier, scoring Sunday for his career-high sixth TD this season. He was targeted 15 times in the game, with Brandon Aiyuk right behind him with 11. Kittle finished the game with 13 receptions for 151 receiving yards and the touchdown. The 49ers notched their seventh victory in overtime.

Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs (1x)

Kelce had a very quiet day. He caught three of his four targets but for only recorded 27 receiving yards. With the Chiefs’ running backs doing the majority of the damage (Darrel Williams, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Derrick Gore combined for four of the Chiefs’ five offensive touchdowns), Kelce was not needed against the struggling Raiders.

This article expresses the personal views of the writer and does not reflect the view(s) of SuperDraft in any way.

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