Sunday Night Football DraftKings Picks: NFL DFS Line-Up Tips for Week 12 Browns-Ravens Showdown Tournaments
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The Ravens and Browns have given NFL fans one of the best rivalries in the NFL in recent seasons. Their last encounter – a Monday Night Football classic – ended 47-42 with a Superman-like performance by Lamar Jackson. Vegas doesn’t expect the same fireworks for the Week 12 Sunday Night Football showdown, opening the tally at 45.5 points with the Ravens scoring 4.5 points as a home favorite. If there is any chance for a repeat performance from these two teams, the return of some key offensive pieces from both sides will help threaten the OVER Sunday night – and give us some interesting DFS options for the DraftKings Showdown lineup.
Before we get into our choices, here are the key rules for DraftKings Showdown: PPR full point, and there is Three-point bonus for 300 passing yards, 100 rushing yards, and 100 receiving yards. Choosing the captain costs 1.5 times a player’s original price, but he also gets his point total multiplied by 1.5.
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DraftKings Showdown Pick: Browns vs Ravens
Budget of $ 50,000, need at least one player from each team.
Captain (1.5x points, 1.5x salary) TE Mark Andrews, Ravens ($ 12,300)
Tight ends don’t often earn a captain’s tag, but Andrews offers enough perks and savings to draw us to this place. He’s shot 28 targets in his last three games and he will have the opportunity to make his mark on Sunday night. A performance of more than 30 points after the 1.5x multiplier is not out of the question.
FLEX QB Lamar Jackson, Ravens ($ 12,400)
The Ravens are leaving like Jackson, so we’re happy to lock him into our rosters on single game lists. He’s won the DK three point bonus four times and is a solid bet to generate another profitable score as one of our flex.
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FLEX RB Nick Chubb, brown ($ 11,200)
Chubb will share the backfield with his crime partner Kareem Hunt, but he’s still entrenched in our plans. There should be plenty of touches on his menu for Sunday, and we know he’s a threat to go the distance every time he hits the ball. He averaged 19 touches per game alongside a healthy Hunt, so we don’t have to worry about the lack of volume.
FLEX RB Kareem Hunt, Browns, ($ 7,000)
We don’t expect a full hit assignment from Hunt, but he can still do a lot of damage as he returns to action. He’s scored five touchdowns in the first six weeks of the season and poses a threat to find dirt on the ground and in the air. It might not be a fair wait, but if Hunt can regain his efficiency (5.9 yards per touch) in no time, he won’t necessarily need a ton of touches to give us a score. useful.
FLEX RB Latavius Murray, Ravens ($ 3,600)
Murray hasn’t been the Ravens’ most efficient running back this season – it would be Devonta Freeman – but he’s been the busier of the two per game. Murray hit 12 hits last week on his return from an ankle injury, and it’s reasonable to expect a little more work as he removes some rust. The truth with either Ravens is we’ll need a touchdown, but Murray has delivered four games in seven games.
FLEX WR Rashard Higgins, brown ($ 3,400)
Higgins has been calm this season, but last week’s five targets placed third on the squad and accounted for 17.9% of Baker Mayfield’s passing attempts. Higgins has performed well on occasions he has taken on a high role – he eclipsed 20.0 DK points twice in 2020 – and he might find himself able to make more plays on Sunday night for a Browns receiving corps. exhausted.
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