The 49ers and Cowboys will compete in a classic NFC playoff match, and there are also DFS awnings. It’s easy to make a lot of chalk selections thanks to all the firepower, so we’re going against our current DraftKings Showdown with a QB-WR-TE stack against another QB-WR-TE stack. Of course, these tips can fall and burn, but because we play in GPP tournaments, we roll the dice with a certain resolution.
Here are the important settings for single-draft DraftKings games: That’s right full point PPRand they are three-point bonuses for 300 yards, 100 rushing yardsa 100 receiving yards. Selecting a captain costs 1.5 times the player’s original prize, but his total points also multiply by 1.5.
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DraftKings Showdown Tips: 49ers vs. Cowboys
With a budget of $ 50,000, you need at least one player from each team.
Captain: (1.5x salary, 1.5x points): QB Dak Prescott, Cowboys ($ 15,900)
Prescott is like a boom-or-bust quarterback, and we’re excited to be able to rise in this competition. With the weapons at his disposal, he can walk 300 yards and throw several touchdowns in any match. We don’t think Dallas will be able to easily launch the ball at will, so expect Prescott to pass with a large volume.
FLEX: QB Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers ($ 9,200)
Jimmy G is also supported by an elite group of skill players who can cover any short distance in six points. Especially now that Jauan Jennings has become a real threat in the game, there are several ways to succeed DFS. This game is expected to have a rather high score, and if Garoppolo keeps up, he will have enough success to make it pay off. This could be his last game as a 49er, so he will definitely be motivated.
FLEX: TE George Kittle, 49ers ($ 7,400)
After publishing a ridiculous 42.6 and 37.1 DK points in weeks 13 and 14, Kittle has cooled and has averaged just under five DK points per game in the last three weeks. We see it as an opportunity to play with him on lower ownership. Another big day awaits him, and we’ll take him for that price – $ 3,800 cheaper than Deebo Samuel with a similar benefit.
FLEX: TE Dalton Schultz, Cowboys ($ 6,200)
Believe it or not, Schultz was the most stable player of all Cowboys catchers in the last month of the season. He has averaged 17.85 DK points in the last four games, plus four touchdowns on reception. Its range of results is wide because it is not always commanded a ton of targets, but when he doesn’t have tons of volume, he’s still delivered in the red zone. It has several pathways to DFS success.
FLEX: WR Cedrick Wilson, Cowboys ($ 5,400)
Wilson has scored a total of 50.6 DK points in his last two games in addition to Michael Gallup (ACL). Its price is more than generous, so we will come to an agreement. In the end, the attack in Dallas will ensure that any of the best Cowboys catchers produce and produce large quantities, so we accept Wilson’s advantage at a low cost and relatively low ownership.
FLEX: WR Jauan Jennings, 49ers ($ 4,800)
Jennings erupted in full against the Rams in week 18, but his use has been growing since Deebo Samuel moved to the RB / WR role. Last week, he played a maximum of 63 percent of the 49ers’ offensive shots and showed a 6-94-2 line. With all the defensive attention to Samuel, Kittl and Brandon Aiyuk, Jennings can inflict damage on YAC and in the Red Zone as a big target for Jimmy G.