Well, look no further! Dak Prescott and Zach Charbonnet are only a few of my top DFS plays for the Week 13 contest on TNF. Let’s find some fantasy football wins before Sunday’s slate!
Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys Top TNF DFS Picks on DraftKings
Dak Prescott, QB, Dallas Cowboys ($16,500) – Captain
Living up to the mantra of the quarterback for America’s team isn’t exactly easy to do, but Prescott has managed to generate some legit MVP buzz after going on a tear through the air over the last five games.
Over the last five contests, Prescott has thrown for over 300 yards and 3+ TDs on four occasions. His connection with WR CeeDee Lamb is as lethal as any other QB-WR connection in the game and should see plenty of success against the Seahawks.
Zach Charbonnet, RB, Seattle Seahawks ($6,800)
Fantasy managers who have been stashing away Charbonnet for his handcuff upside to Kenneth Walker were likely left underwhelmed with his 58 total yards on 18 touches with Walker out of the lineup against the San Francisco 49ers.
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Sure, the stat line was disappointing, but that is reasonable when you are facing one of the most talented defensive units in the league. If Walker is unable to go for a second straight week while dealing with an oblique injury, then I’m willing to double down on Charbonnet.
The rookie RB will give you a reliable fantasy floor with his consistent production in the passing game but also presents plenty of upside if the Seahawks can generate a bit more consistently opening up rushing lanes in Week 13.
Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Seattle Seahawks ($5,200)
The Seahawk’s volatile passing game has made rookie WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba just as unreliable in your fantasy lineup as DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.
Despite seeing just three targets against the 49ers, he still led the team in receiving yards one just two receptions with his disgusting one-handed snag on Thanksgiving.
Smith-Njigba is a consistent winner against man or zone coverage. The Cowboys blitz 31.2% of the time, which ranks 7th in the league. Smith-Njigba is a player who is certainly capable of punishing an aggressive defense when isolation opportunities present themselves.
CeeDee Lamb, WR, Dallas Cowboys ($11,400)
There is a strong case to be made that Lamb should be the Captain of this Showdown format on DraftKings. He has scored a TD in three straight games and has gone for 11+ receptions and 140+ receiving yards on four occasions this season.
The Seahawks do have some quality talent in their secondary, but Lamb has been on a such roll recently that leaving him out of your lineup in this TNF slate feels a bit foolish.
Jake Ferguson, TE, Dallas Cowboys ($6,200)
The price point for TE Jake Ferguson has dropped considerably after his one reception for 35 yards on Thanksgiving against the Washington Commanders. This presents an opportunity to get one of the most productive TEs in a red-hot passing offense at a significant discount.
The matchup against a Seahawks defense that has been stingy isn’t enough to scare me away from Ferguson, who feels like he is due for a big game.
Jalen Tolbert, WR, Dallas Cowboys ($3,000)
Speaking of being due for a big game, WR Michael Gallup has been mostly invisible in this Cowboys offense, which has exploded through the air over the last month. While Brandin Cooks has established himself as the WR2 behind Lamb in the pass-catching pecking order, it’s worth noting that WR Jalen Tolbert out-snapped and out-produced Gallup last week against the Commanders.
While Gallup certainly has given us some big performances in the past, I would rather roll with Tolbert as my paydown option in the Cowboys passing attack.
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