Above the rest stood Seattle's Doug Baldwin who dominated against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The wide receiver tallied 35.5 FanDuel points for owners thanks to 145 receiving yards, three touchdowns and six receptions in the win Sunday night.
Just behind Baldwin stood his quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson gave FanDuel lineups 35.2 FanDuel points, just barely below Baldwin. The two-time Pro Bowler had five touchdowns and 345 yards and only set you back $7,600.
Quarterback for the Lions Matthew Stafford was untouched all day Sunday until that night game. He ended Thursday's performance with 34.78 FanDuel points with five passings touchdowns and 337 yards. If you stacked him with Calvin Johnson you probably had a lot to celebrate. Megatron tallied an outstanding 31.3 FanDuel points in the win over the Eagles. The two connected to give Johnson 93 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
The two go up against a tough Green Bay defense in Week 12. The two will stay affordable, but expect a bit of a boost in pricing. It's only a compliment guys, I promise.
While the Miami Dolphins didn't end Sunday's game against the Jets in a win, Jarvis Landry managed to make his presence known as a top wide receiver. He finished the game with 165 receiving yards, one touchdown and 13 receptions. He had 29.4 FanDuel points on the day.
Rounding things up, a name that has been missing from the lists is quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, Tyrod Taylor. The sixth-round draft pick had three passing touchdowns and 291 yards to his name in the loss to the Chiefs Sunday. He also didn't make you have buyer's remorse. He only set you back $7,300. Taylor goes up against the Texans in Week 13. While he had his day on the field against Kansas City, I don't see another stellar performance in Houston.
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