FanDuel NFL picks, Week 15: Best FanDuel DFS Lineup

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FanDuel DFS NFL Week 15 picks and lineup advice: Wide Receiver

As I mentioned in the running back section, I would much rather pay up for receivers this week than running back. More specifically, I want at least one of Cooper Kupp ($9000), Davante Adams ($8500), and Deebo Samuel ($8200) in every single one of my lineups.

These have been arguably the three best receivers on the year and all have very favorable matchups. With the volatility of receivers it is rare that I am trying to cram the more expensive ones into my lineups, but the way this slate is shaping up almost forces you to.

CeeDee Lamb ($7400) also has a very strong matchup against the Giants and continues to see consistent target volume despite not finding the end zone. We all know Lamb has the ability to put up a monster game, and this seems like a get-right spot for this Dallas offense.

DK Metcalf ($6800) will surely be a popular play with Tyler Lockett landing on the COVID IR, and even though he has not found the end zone in five weeks and has only hit 100 receiving yards once on the season, I think this is a great time to play Metcalf in tournaments and hopefully be the recipient of his first blow-up game of the year.

Going a little cheaper, Van Jefferson Jr ($6200) has scored touchdowns in three straight games and now should slot in as the Ram’s WR2 with Odell Beckham Jr. landing on the COVID IR.

I also love taking a shot on a Cardinals receiver in tournaments with DeAndre Hopkins out, with my favorite being Christian Kirk ($6000) who should find some success against a Detroit secondary that has been giving up the deep ball all year.

As for some super cheap plays at receiver this week, DeVante Parker ($5800) is shaping up to be one of the more popular plays on the slate with Jaylen Waddle landing on the COVID IR. While I will be locking him into my cash lineups at this cheap of a price, I think there could be some value in fading Parker in tournaments and going with another receiving option on the Dolphins, as you know there will be plenty of yards to go around against the Jets.

Finally, Russell Gage ($6000) has a great matchup against a depleted 49ers secondary and has been the primary target in this Falcons offense since returning from injury. I could see the Falcons finding the end zone a few times this week and even though Gage is not necessarily a red zone threat, he will play a big role in moving the ball for the Falcons between the 20s.