FanDuel NFL picks, Wild Card Round: Best FanDuel DFS Lineup

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FanDuel DFS NFL Wild Card Round picks and lineup advice: Patriots vs Bills

Patriots vs Bills (-4, O/U 44 Points) 

This game is obviously projected to be the lowest-scoring game on the slate, and I think you can certainly get some value here fading the Bills side. It is also worth noting the projected weather, which is sub-zero temperatures, but no snow.

I am personally not looking to play Josh Allen ($8800) even though he destroyed the Patriots in their last meeting. Even though the cold weather alone should not hinder the quarterbacks especially as the Patriots try to establish the run early and avoid a shootout against a better passing offense.

Devin Singletary ($6900) is still way too cheap for the volume he is seeing and should see 20-plus touches this week and some work in the passing game as well. With six touchdowns in the past four weeks on top of that, Singletary is a very safe play this week.

On the other side of the ball, I think Damien Harris ($7500) is a high upside play but does not see the passing work to consistently put up strong weeks without a touchdown. Rhamondre Stevenson ($5200) is ridiculously cheap, and even though he saw virtually no work last week, he could easily pay off his salary if the Patriots hang with the Bills the whole game.

All of the Bills receivers are quality plays in tournaments, but there is really no predicting who finds the end zone on any given week.

On the Patriots side, Hunter Henry ($5900) is very intriguing as a player who has seen increased volume in these past couple of weeks and has the second-most receiving touchdowns among tight ends with nine.

As for defense, I actually think New England ($3800) is not the worst look if you think this game stays under or near its total. If you think the Bills are able to shut down the Patriots as they did last time, Buffalo ($4500) could easily be the number one scoring defense on the slate.