- Tom Brady is listed at $10,400 on DraftKings.
- DraftKings has Mike Evans as the highest priced Buccaneers wide receiver at $8,200
- Tyreek Hill is priced at $10,000.
TAMPA BAY, Fla. – DraftKings allows their users to create single game lineups for specific games that are being played. In Week 12 of the season, there is a big matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to look forward to that offers tons of fantasy talent.
Being that both of these teams are considered high powered offenses, there are plenty of players that offer value at a low asking price on fantasy football sites and that could also turn out to be less owned.
Value, Tom Brady, $10,400: Tom Brady offers great value on daily fantasy sites against the Chiefs, especially being that the Chiefs defense against opposing quarterbacks rank 20th in the league.
In the Chiefs’ last two games, they have allowed opposing quarterbacks to go for 275 yards and three touchdowns and 310 yards and two touchdowns. Also, Brady is not coming off a good performance which means he would certainly look to bounce back.
Just in Week 9, Brady has his worst outing yet where he went for 209 yards and three interceptions for just 5.4 fantasy points. He followed that up in Week 10 with 341 yards and three touchdowns for 34.8 points.
If there was ever a time to bet on Tom Brady, now is the time.
Value, Tyreek Hill, $10,000: Hill also has a nice matchup as the Buccaneers defense has also not been great as they rank 22 against opposing wide receivers. They are coming off easily their worst defensive game of the season where they allowed two opposing receivers to go for over 130 yards receiving.
Hill is on his hottest streak of the year in his last three games as he has scored over 25 fantasy points in each game. In this span, he has gone for over 95 yards in each game and has scored a total of five touchdowns as well.
Hill has also hit the over for his total receiving yards posted on legal betting sites in each of his last three games as well.
Value, Mike Evans, $8,200: Evans is the WR1 on the Buccaneers offense – in his last two games, he has seen 11 and 9 targets that have gone for 77 and 49 yards and each for a touchdown.
The fact that the Chiefs are ranked number two against opposing wide receivers, however, should not discourage anyone from drafting Evans. The Chiefs, in their last two games, have allowed the WR1 on those teams to go for 88 yards and a touchdown and 105 yards and a touchdown.
With that said, Evans can be picked up with no hesitation and the fact that he is priced below the average price per player should sway GM’s even more.
Value, Sammy Watkins, $6,200: Watkins is returning to the Chiefs lineups in Week 12 after suffering a hamstring injury in Week 5.
Watkins is the Chiefs WR2 and has gotten enough action to make that case. In the four full games that he has played, he has seen nine, eight and seven targets. In the game that he was injured, he was on pace for a big night posting 24 yards on two receptions and a touchdown before exiting.
Value, Leonard Fournette, $5,800: The run game for the Buccaneers could be seen as a bit tricky, but it is clear that Fournette has marked his name as Tampa Bay’s third down and goal-line running back.
In his last five games, he has put up over 10 fantasy points in three of them and even scored a touchdown in last week’s matchup.
Something else that strengthens his value is that the Chiefs have allowed opposing backs to go for 69 yards and a touchdown and 55 yards and a touchdown in their last two games. As long as Fournette continues to see his goal-line work, he will surely be a valuable DFS player.
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