Trust in the Baltimore playmakers to feast against a subpar Lions secondary while Tyler Lockett and Brian Robinson hit the over in their positive matchups.
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Lamar Jackson has hit this mark in two straight games. Zay Flowers and Mark Andrews are emerging as an elite 1-2 punch for the former MVP.
The Detroit Lions are allowing 361 YPG through the air. This is an elite matchup for Jackson and there should be fireworks on both sidelines with two animated coaches and potent offenses.
It’s tough to see the Lions stopping Jackson through the air or on the ground. He becomes the top QB option this week in prop bets and DFS lineups.
One beneficiary of the Detroit/Ravens shootout will be WR1 Zay Flowers. With Detroit sitting in the bottom half of the league in YPG, catches per game, and TDs per game allowed to the WR position, Flowers becomes a great play.
He has commanded 8+ targets in four games this season. While Andrews should be a focal point for the Lions defense, Flowers is a nightmare matchup for this DB room.
Our second Ravens playmaker in Week 7’s DFS lineup is Mark Andrews. Andrews faces a Lions defense allowing a league high 15.3 TRG/11.3 REC/131.7 YDS per game to the tight end position.
That is the most in the league… by a landslide. This could turn into one of those 100-yard, 2 TD weeks for the top tight end who hit the century mark three times last season.
The Giants are allowing over 117 yards per game on the ground to the RB position and Brian Robinson, who has put together three weeks of 50 yards or less, should bounce back against one of the worst units in the league.
Even against a better Giants defense last season, BRob rushed for 96 yards and 89 yards, decimating Daboll’s defense.
With Eric Bienemy on his side, Robinson should get back on track with a positive game script and a trench battle that should be won by Washington.
Our downfield assassin this week is Tyler Lockett. While his status heading into Thursday night is questionable, the veteran wideout dominates against the Cardinals.
In 2022 he scored a TD against AZ, in 2021 had one game with 115 yards and another with 2 TDs. Finally, in 2020, he broke out for 200 yards and 3 TDs post bye week against the Cards.
While he’s had a slow start to this season, the downfield ability is still there as shown against the Bengals and Lions. Trust in Lockett to break down this Arizona secondary in a high scoring affair.