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2019 NFL DFS Week 2 Stacks


Welcome to the 2019 NFL DFS season! It’s Week 2 and we can fully expect to see tons of generic DFS Stacks across all the sites.

Patrick Mahomes, Sammy Watkins and Travis Kelce at the Oakland Raiders.

Even Ben Roethlisberger, James Conner and JuJu Smith-Schuster against a Seattle Seahawks defense that just got torched by Andy Dalton and John Ross!

Of course there will be plenty of game stacks in the New Orleans Saints @ Los Angeles Rams matchup. Vegas has them at an over/under of 54 points.

That is all well and good in cash games, but in order to take down a GPP, you will have to find some lesser owned stacks to propel you to to the top of the leaderboard.

2019 NFL DFS Week 2 Stacks

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Eagles @ Falcons Game Stack

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Carson Wentz
Matt Ryan
Julio Jones
Alshon Jeffery
Calvin Ridley
DeSean Jackson
Mohamed Sanu
Zach Ertz
Austin Hooper

This is a great game to mix and match, despite the inflated pricing. Vegas has the over/under set at 51 points and the Falcons at just 1.5 points home favorites.

I like the Falcons in this one coming off a disappointing Week 1 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. The offense was shut down in Minneapolis but the Eagles got torched by Case Keenum and Terry McLaurin in Week 1.

Wentz and Jackson reunited in Week 1 and that might make DJax one of the most owned players in Week 2, but worth rostering at his price.

I left the running backs out of this one because the Eagles backfield is too crowded to roster and Devonta Freeman could see 10 or less carries for a second straight week!

Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson
Marquise Brown
Mark Andrews

Another great matchup for the Ravens and Jackson to start the season against, after dominating the Miami Dolphins in Week 1.

Hollywood Brown showed up for his NFL debut and proved he was worthy of being the first WR selcted in the 2019 NFL Draft. The Cardinals secondary is still without Patrick Peterson and Robert Alford and Brown just needs one long touchdown to hit value at such a low price!

Andrews caught all eight of his targets for 105 yards and a touchdown (from Robert Griffin) last week.

Arizona is coming off a game in which they allowed rookie TE T.J. Hockenson to gain 131 yards and scored a touchdown.

Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr
Tyrell Williams
Darren Waller

Vegas has this game at 52 points and any team going up against the Kansas City Chiefs defense is going to manufacture yards through the air.

Carr looked good against a good Broncos defense so he should be able to carve up this Chiefs secondary.

Williams led the WRs with seven targets (6 rec) in Week 1 while Waller saw eight targets (7 rec).

KC let rookie QB Gardner Minshew‘s mustache go for 275 yards on 22/25 passing and two touchdowns in his first NFL game, where he was not expecting to play.

Our NFL DFS Podcast, Balls Deep, likes a Raiders stack in Week 2 as well!

New England Patriots

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Tom Brady
Sony Michel
Patriots DST

New England is 18.5 favorites on the road in Miami.

The Patriots have struggled in Miami in recent years, but this Dolphins team has no interest in playing football this season.

Brady should have Antonio Brown this week to go along with Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon. The first half could be a spectacular show before running the clock out in the second half with Michel.

In Week 1 the backfield was a mess, with James White playing 47% of the snaps vs the Steelers, Rex Burkhead 46% and Michel 33%. However, Michel lead with 15 carries.

The defense should limit this Dolphins offense to minimal damage no matter who is at QB, Ryan Fitzpatrick or Josh Rosen.

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About Keith Lott

I have one goal, to help you win your league. It does not matter if you are a fantasy rookie or a veteran. Everyone has questions, and I have opinions. Lot(t)s of them!

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