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Week 6 DFS Fanduel Cash Plays



DraftHustle’s Top Fanduel Cash Game Plays of the week


QB

Josh Allen – BUF ($9,200) vs Chiefs



Josh Allen has spectacular this season, averaging 30 Fanduel PPG. He is the engine to the Bills’ offense, and he gets a chance to avenge the loss to the Chiefs in the playoffs last season. The Chiefs are an “A” matchup for QBs this season, making Josh Allen even more of a lock. He is the best point per dollar value despite being the highest priced QB on the slate. He is a cash game lock in week 6.


RB

Kenneth Walker III – SEA ($6,500) vs Cardinals



With Rashaad Penny unfortunately out for the season with broken leg, Kenneth Walker is set to take over as the primary ball carrier for the Seattle Seahawks. He showed his explosiveness in week 5 by breaking off a 69-yard touchdown run. He will get plenty of carries and a few catches, making him a great cash game play at this price.


WR

Cooper Kupp – LAR ($9,400) vs Panthers



As with Josh Allen, not much needs to be said about Cooper Kupp. He has continued his record-breaking pace from last season, eclipsing over 100 receiving yards in 4 of 5 games this season. He tops the WRs in points per dollar value in week 6 while being the highest priced WR, and He is currently only the WR projected for 20+ Fanduel points. He is a cash game lock every week.


TE

Mark Andrews – BAL ($7,800) vs Giants



After a down week 4, Mark Andrews was back to his normal elite self in week 5, putting up a 10/8/89/1 stat line. He remains the top weapon for Lamar Jackson and will likely continue to dominate targets with Rashod Bateman still nursing an ankle injury. He faces the New York Giants in week 6 who are a mediocre matchup. With Travis Kelce in a high scoring matchup, Mark Andrews makes for a great GPP play as a well as a solid cash play.


D/ST

Los Angeles Rams – ($4,400) vs Carolina Panthers


With the Bears playing on Thursday night, we have to find another offense to attack, and this week it’s the Carolina Panthers. They will be starting P.J. Walker at QB, who is inexperienced to say the least. The Los Angeles Rams defense has been bad so far this season, but I expect them to at least appear to be a talented defense in this matchup, with plenty of chances for sacks and turnovers.


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