Late Slate DFS Lineups To Look At After The Early Games

  • Kyler Murray is projected 19.6 fantasy points on DFS sites.
  • DeAndre Hopkins is priced at $6,100.
  • Jared Cook is projected 11.9 points against the Buccaneers.

NEW ORLEANS – As daily fantasy sports players begin setting their lineups on DraftKings, there is one lineup that fantasy owners should consider looking at that offers tons of start power with great value players.

Online betting sites have great valued players like Kyler Murray at $6,300 as well as DeAndre Hopkins at $6,100.

This lineup is just a projected lineup that should be tweaked to the owners liking.

Projected Lineup

  • QB – Kyler Murray, Projected 19.6, $6,300
  • RB – Austin Ekeler, Projected 20.2, $6,500
  • RB – Raheem Mostert, Projected 12.7, $5,200
  • WR – Tyler Boyd, Projected 14.8, $5,700
  • WR – Scotty Miller, Projected 4.1, $4,100
  • WR – DeAndre Hopkins, Projected 19.1, $6,100
  • TE – Jared Cook, Projected 11.9, $4,900
  • FLEX – Alvin Kamara, Projected 17.9, $6,800
  • DEF – 49ers, Projected 10.2, $3,500

Looking at Kyler Murray, he is seen as the third-ranked quarterback on DraftKings and he is undervalued here.

There has been plenty of speculation that Murray could have a breakout season in his second year in the league and could prove that early on against the 49ers.

As for the running backs, both Raheem Mostert and Austin Ekeler are undervalued as well being that they are considered every-down running backs in Week 1.

Mostert has plenty of upside here as Tevin Coleman is seen as questionable which would give him plenty of opportunities.

As for Ekeler, his ability both on the rushing end and receiving end should be more than enough for him to prove his value.

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As for the receivers, DeAndre Hopkins needs no introduction here as he is the top option on this Cardinals offense.

Looking at Tyler Boyd, he could draw in the majority of targets being that Burrow has a strong connection with slot receivers which showed during his days at LSU where slot receivers pulled in over 1,000 yards on the season.

Scotty Miller could be seen as a bit of stretch but is worth taking a shot on even with Evans on the field. The Saints' defense would be drawn mostly towards Evans and Chris Godwin which could free up Miller.

For being the second-ranked tight end on DraftKings in Week 1, Jared Cook is certainly not priced like one. He has a favorable matchup against the Buccaneers who ranked 30 against opposing tight ends.

Like Jared Cook, for being the number one running back in the afternoon games, Alvin Kamara’s price is easily affordable and offers a huge upside.

Being that he just signed his new contract extension, he could easily be their every-down back as he offers great running ability as well as great talent on the receiving end.

Once all is said and done, the 49ers defense should be taken as they are the top fantasy defense of the day and are expected to hit the ground running.