FanDuel NFL picks, Week 11: Best FanDuel DFS Lineup

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FanDuel DFS - NFL Week 11
FanDuel DFS – NFL Week 11; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (88) catches a touchdown pass in the second quarter against the Atlanta Falcons at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports /

FanDuel DFS NFL Week 11 picks and lineup advice: Wide Receiver

I am definitely looking to spend up at wide receiver this week, as many of the stud options are much more affordable than the top tier running backs.

Davante Adams ($8400) is one of my favorite plays this week against a weak Minnesota secondary that he torched for five touchdowns last year. Due to the fact that there are so many solid options at receiver this week, I think that the receivers you choose to play this week should be largely based on which game you decide to stack.

The Cowboys versus Chiefs game will certainly be the most popular on the slate, making Tyreek Hill ($8500) and CeeDee Lamb ($8000) two of the more desirable options on the slate.

A good way to get different in this game is with Mecole Hardman ($5500) and Michael Gallup ($5400) as if you think this is going to be as high scoring of a game as Vegas projects, there should be plenty of targets to go around for some of the ancillary receivers.

Deebo Samuel ($7600) is way too cheap for what he has been doing this year. He can break a big play every time the ball touches his hands and has consistently been the top target for this 49ers offense all year. Keep your eye on the injury report, as if he is unable to go due to a shin injury Brandon Aiyuk ($6000) becomes a very appealing option that many will be afraid to go to.

There are a variety of cheaper options that I like at receiver this week as well, with Rashod Bateman ($5800) leading the way. I have already mentioned that I think points will be flying up on the board in the Ravens game, and Bateman has asserted himself as a solid receiving option on this Ravens team in the past few weeks.

Finally, it feels like every week I mention Jamal Agnew ($5300) and despite his solid performances, FanDuel refuses to raise his salary. Even though he failed to get a reception last week, he still saw five targets and three touches in the rushing game. I think he will easily pay off his salary again against a soft 49ers secondary and should see his salary increased in the coming weeks.