Week 11 is almost in the books, but before that, it’s time for some Monday Night Football. This week will be an NFC matchup between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New York Giants. The Buccaneers are on top of the NFC South while the Giants are at the bottom of the NFC East. Let’s take a look at the top DFS players in this matchup.
Chris Godwin (DK 14,100 | FD 12,500)
Antonio Brown is still out with an ankle injury. That means Godwin should continue seeing an uptick in opportunities. In his last three games without Brown, Godwin has seen 31 total targets. He turned those into 23 catches for 308 yards and two touchdowns. Look for Godwin to have himself another big game tonight and be the highest scorer on the slate.
Tom Brady (DK 11,200 | FD 17,000)
The Buccaneers are coming into this game having lost two games in a row. Brady and the defending champs need a big game to help gain back their confidence. They get an excellent matchup to do just that. The Giant’s defense has allowed an average of 260.8 passing yards per game this and Brady averages over 300 passing yards per game. There’s no reason he shouldn’t be able to put up a big number in this game.
Kenny Golladay (DK 7,000 | FD 9,500)
Golladay made his return from injury in the Giant’s most recent win against the Las Vegas Raiders. However, with the Giants doing most of their damage in the run game and on defense they didn’t have to throw much. This week will be different because of the Buccaneers’ run defense. That should open the door for the Giants to throw the ball a lot more and Golladay to have his best game as a Giant.
Mike Evans (DK 10,200 | FD 13,000)
Evans is one of the best receivers in the NFL, especially at scoring touchdowns. He has scored nine on the season including at least one in his last three games. Furthermore, Evans gets a good matchup against the Giant’s secondary. They have allowed a total of 10 receiving touchdowns to wide receivers this season. Look for Evans to find the end zone at least once in tonight’s game.
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