It’s time to make money playing DFS this weekend. The Wild Card tour is currently underway and we have a list of fun games for Sunday. Some of these games can help you stand out from other players and make money. With only three games on the schedule, you have to surpass yourself and be creative. Good luck to everyone this weekend.


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Ben Roethlisberger (FD: 7.5K/DK: 6.1K) – Big Ben will score the middle arrears this week and will be a good match for a struggling Browns defense. The ownership rate is also expected to be low, so many will try to pay for this position during the playoffs. In his last game, against a formidable Colts defense, Roethlisberger played one of his best games of the season to secure second place. This trend will continue this week against a very vulnerable Browns team.


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Derrick Henry (FD:10,2K/DK:9,2K) – Looks like this guy is unbeatable! The more he wears, the more dangerous he becomes. The Ravens have a pretty solid defense, but no one seems to be able to stop the first runner this year. The amount of work he gets always seems to help him appreciate himself. In the last game against the Ravens, Henry just went over 20 points. He will have similar grades this time, but he has a good chance of scoring more than once.

Wide receiver

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Anthony Miller (FD:4.7K/DK:3.3K) – The Bears are in a difficult situation after making the playoffs. Darnell Mooney, Mitchell Trubisky’s main target, injured himself in week 17 and was sent away for this Wild Card game. This absence opens a great opportunity for Anthony Miller, who has been quiet lately, to see more work. Guess when Miller had his best performance this season? Yeah, against the saints in week 8. Expect more this week, but this time he’ll find the end zone.

Tight side

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Jonnu Smith (FD:5.2K/DK:3.2K) – Everyone knows how hard it has been to find the DFS value in the tight end position all season. If the playoffs are even harder, the Titans have already taken care of you this week. In the last game against the Ravens Smith went into the end zone and scored ten fantastic points. The only thing that helps Smith is his efficiency. The Ravens will try to slow everything down this weekend against the attack of the Titans. That would clear Smith’s space for a solid game.

#CrackUm player of the week

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Deontay Johnson (FD:7.0K/DK:6.2K) – The amount of work Johnson sees week after week is exactly what you are looking for. Even though he didn’t have any parties last week, he still had some gardening. He usually sees ten or more targets in a match, and this theme must continue against a Browns team that will be without a head coach. The Steelers are starting to attack again, which is only good news for Johnson. Expect a performance of nine tackles and 100 yards, including a touchdown.

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