Jason Sullivan's Week 4 Draft Kings Preview

Updated: Oct 3, 2020

Week 3 proved to be more of the same when it comes to the higher-owned stacks hitting once again. If you played either side of the Cowboys-Seahawks stack, you probably had a great week. Russell Wilson was dominant again, with Tyler Lockett as his top stacking option. With Week 3 behind us, we are on to Week 4. There are 6 or 7 really good game stacking options that you can choose from this week. There are a lot of ways you can go to start your lineups, but the key will once again be your ability to hit on some lower-owned plays. Draft Kings has finally come around and started to bump the prices up at the QB position, making it more difficult to plug and play the top guys at the position. Just a year ago, Patrick Mahomes was typically the only QB that would be consistently priced above $7000. This week there are 6 different QB’s that are priced at $7000 or above. DK is forcing your hand if you want to play one of the top guys. They know that fading all 6 is a risky plan. Here are my picks for the week. As always, I focus on the main slate only.


Favorite Stack

BUF @ LV: Implied game total of 53 points.

1. Josh Allen - $7300

-Coming into this season, Allen never had more than 270 yards in a single game. He has three games over 300 yards already this season, not to mention what he has done with his legs.

2. Stefon Diggs - $6800

-Diggs has had 9, 13 and 6 targets in the first 3 weeks. The 6 came against Jalen Ramsey. He has a much better matchup this week.

3. Josh Jacobs - $6800

-BUF has a tough defense, but they are not great against the run. The Bills allow the most yards after contact in the league to RB’s. That is Jacobs’ strength.

**This leaves you with $4850 remaining per player to build your lineup.

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Second Stack

CLE at DAL: Implied game total of 55.5 points.

1. Dak Prescott - $7200

2. Amari Cooper - $6700

3. Odell Beckham Jr. - $5800

**This leaves you with $5050 remaining per player to build your lineup.

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