The Main DFS slate for Week 11 on DraftKings (11 games) and FanDuel (16 games) will begin at noon ET on Saturday.


Odds as of Friday evening. Check out PointsBet, where Action Network users can access an exclusive promotion to get a 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150).


There are nine games in common between the two sites:

Games in Common

  • Florida State at Boston College (-2.5), Over/Under: 64 – noon ET
  • Baylor (-3) at TCU, Over/Under: 48 – noon ET
  • Penn State (-6.5) at Minnesota, Over/Under: 47.5 – noon ET
  • Maryland at Ohio State (-43.5), Over/Under: 65 – noon ET
  • Texas Tech (-2.5) at West Virginia, Over/Under: 59 – noon ET
  • Wake Forest (-2) at Virginia Tech, Over/Under: 61 – 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Kansas State at Texas (-7), Over/Under: 57.5 – 3:30 p.m. ET
  • LSU at Alabama (-6), Over/Under: 62.5 – 3:30 p.m. ET
  • USC at Arizona State (-1.5), Over/Under: 57.5 – 3:30 p.m. ET

DraftKings Only

  • Vanderbilt at Florida (-27), Over/Under: 49 – noon ET
  • East Carolina at SMU (-21.5), Over/Under: 72 – noon ET

FanDuel Only

  • Louisville at Miami (-6.5), Over/Under: 49 – 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Iowa at Wisconsin (-9), Over/Under: 38 – 4:00 p.m. ET
  • Missouri at Georgia (-16.5), Over/Under: 48 – 7:00 p.m. ET
  • Notre Dame (-8) at Duke, Over/Under: 51 – 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Tennessee at Kentucky (-1), Over/Under: 42 – 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Clemson (-33) at NC State, Over/Under: 53.5 – 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Iowa State at Oklahoma (-14.5), Over/Under: 67.5 – 8:00 p.m. ET

Let’s run through a few players to consider at each position as you’re putting together your lineups.


Quarterbacks

Justin Fields (Ohio State): $9,000 DraftKings; $10,800 FanDuel

Averaging 0.927 fantasy points per attempt (combined rush and pass) on FanDuel this season, the second-best mark amongst quarterbacks on this slate. Fields ranks fourth amongst qualified passers (min. 100 attempts) in Independent Quarterback Rating (IQR) and 17th by either on-target throw rate (78.5%) and yards per attempt (8.9) – while adding 40 rushing yards and more than one rushing touchdown per game. Ohio State also has a slate-high implied scoring total at 54 points.

Jalen Hurts (Oklahoma): $12,000 FanDuel Only

More expensive (by $1,200) than any other player on the FanDuel slate, but Hurts leads all passers with 1.21 fantasy points per attempt, a 146.4 IQR rating, and 13.7 yards per passing attempt. He has accounted for 34 out of Oklahoma’s 49 (69.3%) offensive touchdowns and has scored at least 40 FanDuel points in five out of eight games this season.

Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Jalen Hurts (1).

Jamie Newman (Wake Forest): $8,400 DraftKings; $10,400 FanDuel

Wake Forest leads the nation in pace, averaging 86.4 plays per game, and Newman has scored at least 29 fantasy points on DraftKings in six of his seven starts. He returned from a shoulder injury in Week 10 and looked fully healthy, putting up more than 300 total yards in three quarters.

Jett Duffey (Texas Tech): $6,600 DraftKings; $8,900 FanDuel

Averaging 43 passing attempts over his past four games, and draws a West Virginia defense that ranks 116th out of 130 qualifying defenses in IQR allowed and yards per pass attempt allowed (8.33). He’s a bargain, particularly on DraftKings.

Skylar Thompson (Kansas State): $6,300 DraftKings; $9,400 FanDuel

Averaged 34.3 points on DraftKings over the past three weeks, scoring eight rushing touchdowns over that span. Texas ranks 101st out of 130 qualifying defenses in IQR allowed to opposing QBs.

Lynn Bowden (Kentucky): $9,100 FanDuel Only

The converted wideout has started the past three games at quarterback for the Wildcats, completing just 12 of his 33 pass attempts, while running for 499 yards with four scores – leading to two efforts ending of more than 30 FanDuel points.


Running Backs

SaRodorick Thompson (Texas Tech): $5,700 DraftKings; $8,400 FanDuel

Has the backfield to himself after a season-ending injury to Armand Shyne, and had games with 20 and 28 carries in two of the past three weeks – with five rushing touchdowns over that span. Costs a hair over 10% of your team budget on DraftKings, but 14% on FanDuel – making Thompson a better bargain on the former.

Eno Benjamin (Arizona State): $6,800 DraftKings; $8,800 FanDuel

Ranks 16th in the nation with 46 broken tackles, and faces a USC defense allowing 4.77 yards per carry – 93rd amongst qualifying defenses. Coming off of a bye after his worst performance of the year, Benjamin will look for a bounceback effort in what oddsmakers suggest is a coin flip game with a high total.

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Arizona State Sun Devils running back Eno Benjamin (3).

J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State): $7,800 DraftKings; $10,000 FanDuel

Rolled over the Wisconsin defense for more than 200 total yards and two scores, and has averaged 23.5 touches in his past four games. Dobbins only has two fantasy efforts with more than 30 points on FanDuel this season, but has an extremely high floor as a 43 point favorite, and should add 100-plus yards with a couple of scores against Maryland.

Breece Hall (Iowa State): $9,000 FanDuel Only

The true freshman has seen his role expand quickly, recording 73 touches (and eight rushing touchdowns) in the past three weeks – averaging 32.7 FanDuel points in those three contests.

Javian Hawkins (Louisville): $8,500 FanDuel Only

Recorded 101 touches in his past four games, with at least 20 touches in each of those games, and 100-yard rushing efforts in three of four.


Wide Receivers/Tight Ends

Brandon Aiyuk (Arizona State): $5,800 DraftKings, $8,300 FanDuel

Leads the Sun Devils with 57 passing targets, and though his performance has been inconsistent, he did record a 41 point effort against Washington State in Week 7. Aiyuk is a solid tournament play due to his range of outcomes, going against a middle of the road USC pass defense (77th of 130 defense in IQR allowed). He is excellent in space and ranks seventh nationally with 212 receiving yards after contact.

Chris Olave (Ohio State): $5,900 DraftKings, $8,600 FanDuel

The sophomore leads the Buckeyes with 41 passing targets this season. Olave has scored two touchdowns in two consecutive games, giving him seven touchdowns in his past four games. His 93.3% on-target catch rate ranks 27th amongst all receivers, and he also ranks 35th with 10.02 yards per target.

James Proche (SMU): $7,300 DraftKings Only

Leads all pass-catchers with 109 targets and 25 red-zone targets, and ranks 17th by averaging 92.5 receiving yards per game. Proche has at least seven catches in all but one game this season and has scored fewer than 20 DraftKings points only twice.

Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Southern Methodist Mustangs wide receiver James Proche (3).

Justyn Ross (Clemson) $7,800 FanDuel Only

Leads Clemson with 60 targets, and faces a secondary that is down all three starters at corner. Ross has taken a step back after a dominant freshman year (46 catches for 1,000 yards), but he will play on Sundays and retains a massive upside.

Tee Higgins (Clemson): $7,500 FanDuel Only

The other heavily-targeted (47) Clemson receiver has averaged more than 14 yards per target – a mark double that of Ross and in the Top 5 amongst all pass catchers.

Data courtesy of the SIS DataHub.

Pictured Above: Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Justin Fields (1)
Photo Credit: Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports