DraftKings NFL picks, Week 12: Best DFS picks and lineup

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Tight Ends

Zach Ertz, PHI (vs. SEA) $6,000 – The last two games have been huge for Ertz with 18 catches for 197 yards and a touchdown. He’s clearly the focal point of this passing game given their lacking and injured receivers. Against Seattle, who’s struggled vs. tight ends this season, he could be a monster once more.

Darren Waller, OAK (at NYJ) $5,700 – Waller resumed his status as one of the most reliable tight ends in the NFL last week with five catches (on seven targets) for 78 yards. The Raiders should be able to throw on the Jets and that means Carr will look the way of his tight end more.

Jacob Hollister, SEA (at PHI) $4,300 – Since being thrust into the starting tight end role, Hollister has shined. He’s been running a ton of routes and has 12 catches for 99 yards and three touchdowns over his last two games. Against this Eagles secondary, he could continue this run on Sunday in Week 12.

Greg Olsen, CAR (at NO) $4,100 – Olsen has quietly been having some solid outings of late, notching 13 catches for 155 yards over his last two games. If that continues and maybe he gets a red zone target as well, the Panthers tight end could be nice value at this price on DraftKings.

Noah Fant, DEN (at BUF) $3,900 – In two games with Brandon Allen, Fant has seven catches, 175 yards and a touchdown on 14 targets. The rookie is clearly a favorite target of his new quarterback and that should continue against this Buffalo defense.

Dallas Goedert, PHI (vs. SEA) $3,700 – Again, the Seahawks have struggled against tight ends this season and, if they choose to focus on Ertz, the Eagles can let loose Goedert in this game. He’s risky because he needs a particular game script to be worthwhile but the price is quite enticing.