The Buffalo Bills travel to East Rutherford, NJ, to face their AFC East rival, the New York Jets. The Bills enter this contest after a complete loss to the Green Bay Packers, while the New York Jets limp into this one after a loss to the New England Patriots.
The Bills seem to have all the answers on both sides of the ball, while the Jets have more questions than answers as they try to regain their footing after Breece Hall’s injury.
Today we are looking at the best DFS games in this intriguing game.
The best quarterback picks
Cash games and tournaments: Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo Bills (DraftKings $8.5,000, FanDuel $9.3,000)
When Josh Allen does, he’s one of the most dominant forces in the NFL. Allen has all the sound weapons at his disposal.
I know the Jets improved a lot in the secondary, but I find it hard to imagine the Jets matching the firepower of the Bills for four quarters.
Top running back picks
Gambling: Devin Singletary, RB, Buffalo Bills (DraftKings $5.7,000, FanDuel $6,000)
Devin Singletary is the most consistent option for the Bills in their backfield. There may be concerns following the Nyheim Hines trade, but I think Hines will affect James Cook’s workload, not Devin Singletary.
Tournament: Michael Carter, RB, New York Jets (DraftKings $5.5,000, FanDuel $6,000)
Michael Carter remains the 1A option in the Jets’ backfield. Expect James Robinson to get more work, but Carter projects as a more explosive wide receiver out of the backfield.
Wide receivers and tight ends
Cash game: Stefon Diggs, WR, Buffalo Bills (DraftKings $8.4K, FanDuel $8.9K)
Stefon Diggs has been phenomenal throughout the season. The veteran receiver was in the zone against the Packers game, and that one felt personal. How will Diggs treat rookie Sauce Gardner?
Tournament: Isaiah McKenzie, WR, Buffalo Bills (DraftKings $4.9,000, FanDuel $5.5,000)
Isaiah McKenzie wasn’t much involved in Sunday night’s attack. McKenzie plays a consistent role as an offensive gimmick player for the Bills offense. McKenzie can also be used in the running game. McKenzie should be in play for more work against a Jets secondary that’s vulnerable to speed out of the lunge position.