Best NFL DFS Divisional Round Plays

We have identified the best NFL DFS Divisional Round plays at every position. There are only four games on the schedule, but there are still plenty of NFL DFS contests for the Divisional Round at DK and FD.

In the Wild Card Round, I hit on the QB1, QB2, QB4 and QB7. I hit on the RB4 (Jahmyr Gibbs) and WR5 (CeeDee Lamb). I also hit on the TE3 and TE4 last week. I also had the DST5. Apart from QB, I didn’t hit on the top plays in the Wild Card Round. I’ll look to hit on more of my NFL DFS Divisional Round plays.

There are two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday this weekend.

Best Stacks for the NFL DFS Divisional Round

Here are the best NFL DFS Divisional Round stacks to target:

  • Lamar Jackson ($7.9K DK / $8.7K FD) and Zay Flowers ($6K DK / $7K FD)

Jackson had his worst game of the season in Week 1 against Houston (8.56 FPs on DK and 7.56 FPs on FD). He had his best performance last time out in Week 17 (39.34 FPs on DK and 36.34 FPs on FD). He has thrown multiple TD passes in three of his last four games, including five passing TDs in Week 17.

Flowers is banged up, but will be ready to play. Flowers has a TD in four of his last five games. He ended up exceeding 100 receiving yards for the first time in Week 17 (106). Houston allow 235.9 PYPG (24th). If Flowers scores a TD, he’ll exceed value at his price and he’s a big play threat.

  • Baker Mayfield ($6K DK / $7.3K FD) and Mike Evans ($7.2K DK / $7.6K FD)

A cheaper stack for the NFL DFS Divisional Round is Mayfield and Evans. Mayfield went 22/36 for 337 yards and 3 TDs (30.08 FPs on DK and 27.08 FPs on FD) last week against the Eagles. Mayfield has thrown multiple TD passes in five of his last six games, but Evans has been struggling.

Evans had 13 TDs in the regular season, but he only had three receptions for 48 yards last week. Evans will need to step up this weekend. He has a ceiling of 30+ FPs. Detroit are allowing 253.4 PYPG (30th) and 1.7 passing TDs per game (27th). This is a great matchup for Mayfield and Evans to shine.

Best Studs for the NFL DFS Divisional Round

Here are the best NFL DFS Divisional Round studs at QB, RB, WR, TE and DST:

  • QB: Josh Allen ($8K DK / $9.4K FD)

Allen has scored 22+ FPs on DK and FD in each of his last four games. He has scored a rushing TD in six of his last seven games and he has two rushing TDs in three of those games. The Chiefs only allow 177.2 PYPG (4th), but Allen doesn’t need a lot of passing yards to exceed value.

Potential Stack: Stefon Diggs ($7K DK / $7.5K FD)

  • RB: Christian McCaffrey ($8.8K DK / $10.8K FD)

I think you need to find a way to hit McCaffrey into your NFL DFS Divisional Round lineups. McCaffrey is having an amazing season and the 49ers will ride him in the playoffs. The Packers are allowing 128.0 RYPG (28th) and 0.9 rushing TDs per game (T15). McCaffrey is also a receiving threat.

  • WR: Amon-Ra St. Brown ($8.2K DK / $9.2K FD)

St. Brown has been one of the most consistent WRs this season. He has scored 21+ FPs in each of his last five games on DK. He has had 8+ targets in every game except for two. He has scored a TD in four of his last five games. The Buccaneers allow 248.1 PYPG (27th) and 1.3 passing TDs per game (T15).

  • TE: Dalton Kincaid ($4.8K DK / $6.2K FD)

We need to save salary and TE is the best position to do that for the NFL DFS Divisional Round. Kincaid had three receptions for 59 yards and 1 TD (14.9 FPs on DK and 13.4 FPs on FD) last week. His volume could improve in this matchup. KC have allowed 50+ receiving yards against TEs in four of their last six.

  • DST: Baltimore Ravens ($3.5K DK / $4.3K FD)

The Ravens DST is the best target for the NFL DFS Divisional Round. I expect the Texans to struggle on offense on the road against this defense. The Ravens have seven INTs, three fumble recoveries and ten sacks in their last three games against tough competition (49ers, Dolphins and Steelers).

Best Value Plays for the NFL DFS Divisional Round

Here are the best NFL DFS Divisional Round value plays at QB, RB, WR, TE and DST:

  • QB: Jared Goff ($6.3K / $7.6K FD)

Goff is a great value play for the NFL DFS Divisional Round. Goff is at home against the Bucs. Philly were terrible last week, but I expect the Lions to test this defense. These teams played in Week 6 and Goff put up big numbers (25.42 FPs on DK and 22.42 FPs on FD). I expect similar production this weekend.

Potential Stack: Sam LaPorta ($5.9K DK / $6.6K FD)

  • RB: Isiah Pacheco ($6.4K DK / $7.5K FD)

Pacheco is priced as the RB5 on DK and offers great value for the NFL DFS Divisional Round. He’s the RB2 at FD, but could still exceed value. He had 24 carries for 89 yards and 1 TD last week. Pacheco has scored a TD in four of his last five games. The Bills are allowing 110.3 RYPG (15th) this season.

  • WR: Romeo Doubs ($5.6K DK / $6.1K FD)

Doubs hauled in 6/6 targets for 151 yards and 1 TD against the Cowboys last week. The Packers WR unit is banged up, which means Doubs could lead the way again. They’re going to need to air it to upset SF on the road. The 49ers are allowing 214.2 PYPG (13th) this season. Doubs is my top target on GB.

  • TE: Cade Otton ($3.5K DK / $5.3K FD)

Otton had eight receptions for 89 yards last week. His volume is sporadic, but he was a popular target for Mayfield in the Wild Card Round. Otton is inexpensive and doesn’t need a lot of volume to hit value. The Lions allow 54.61 receiving yards and 0.33 receiving TDs against TEs this season.

  • DST: Green Bay Packers ($2.6K DK / $3.2K FD)

This is a tough matchup for the Packers DST, but they’ll need to step up to keep this game competitive. The Packers defense scored 13.0 FPs last week, which included a defensive TD. The Packers have 4+ sacks in four of their last five games. If they get pressure on Brock Purdy, it could lead to mistakes.

That wraps up my NFL DFS Divisional Round plays. Good luck this weekend.