DraftKings NFL picks, Week 10: Best DFS picks and lineup

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DraftKings NFL picks Week 10
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Tight Ends

Travis Kelce, KC (at TEN), $6,400 – While the price is rich for Kelce at this point, the Titans have been generous to tight ends. Moreover, with Mahomes making his return on Sunday, the big man could see his target share increase again, making him potentially worth top-dollar.

Austin Hooper, ATL (at NO), $5,500 – Hooper has been the best tight end in fantasy football this season, despite the Falcons struggles. It seems inevitable that the Falcons will need to throw a ton to try and keep things respectable against New Orleans, meaning Hooper could be in for another big day.

Mark Andrews, BAL (at CIN), $5,200 – Outside of Lamar Jackson, you could make the argument that Mark Andrews has been the most reliable commodity on the Ravens offense. In a matchup against the winless Bengals, you have to imagine he’ll get plenty of work once again.

Jonnu Smith, TEN (vs. KC), $3,500 – Smith is a complete flier as he’ll again be the starting tight end for the Titans. Two weeks ago, he was a stud with six grabs for 78 yards and a touchdown. But last week, it was only three catches for 18 yards. He’s still getting targets, though, which makes him worthwhile.

Mike Gesicki, MIA (at IND), $3,100 – Gesicki has at least three targets in each of the past four weeks, including going for at least 40 yards in three of those four games. Though it’s hard to trust a Dolphin at this point, the tight end might be the one, especially with Preston Williams out.

Rhett Ellison, NYG (at NYJ), $2,500 – With Evan Engram out of the lineup, Rhett Ellison becomes a much more intriguing option on DraftKings. He’s a flier, to be sure, with only 15 receptions on the season to this point. Even still, he could be worth it at this price if he’s used in any meaningful way.