Monday Night DFS: Week 6by Brandon Braasch October 18, 2021 0 comments
This week, on Monday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills head into Nashville to face the Tennessee Titans. This season we’ve has had a couple of crazy games on Monday night, including last week’s 19 point comeback by the Baltimore Ravens. This one should be another high-scoring game with a lot of fantasy points scored. Let’s take a look at the top DFS players in this game.
Zack Moss (DK 10,500 | FD 9,500)
Moss was inactive in Week 1 and it was Devin Singletary’s backfield in Buffalo. However, that did not last very long. Since week one Moss has slowly started to take the majority of snaps and last week he took it over. He played a career-high 74 percent of the snaps. He has also scored double-digit fantasy points the last four weeks. Moss is an excellent Captain play this week.
Josh Allen (DK 12,800 | FD 17,000)
Allen had a mediocre Week 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since then he has been playing at an MVP caliber level again. In the last three games, he has scored 11 touchdowns. This week he gets a great matchup against a struggling Titan’s defense. The Titans have allowed quarterbacks to throw for an average of 279 yards and gave up 11 total touchdowns on the year. Allen will feast in this game.
Stefon Diggs (DK 9,600 | FD 12,500)
Diggs has been somewhat of a disappointment this season. Last week even though Buffalo scored 38 points Diggs only had two receptions for 69 yards and no touchdowns. The good news for Diggs he is excellent in Monday Night games. He has scored eight touchdowns in 10 career Monday night games. Look for him to get back on track tonight.
Anthony Firkser (DK 4,000 | FD 6,000)
To afford the studs above your going to need some dart throws. Firkser has played three games this season and has three receptions in all three games. Although, he has yet to find the end zone. However, the Bills have allowed two touchdowns to tight ends in the last three games. If Firkser can find the end zone he will provide a lot of value in a slate lacking value plays.
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