Two teams in desperate need of a win meet on Sunday Night Football as Minnesota visits Denver in a critical game for both team's playoff chances, and you can cash in big while watching the game!
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Now let’s get into our best picks for Sunday Night Football.
NFL DFS Picks for Sunday Night Football
Josh Dobbs More Than 26.5 Rush Yards
Why is ANYONE still doubting Dobbs? Not many regarded him as a potential season-saving player for the Vikings, but that’s exactly what he’s been through two weeks in Minnesota.
He’s been a dynamic player with his arm and his legs, but the latter could come in handy tonight, especially against a defense that’s allowing the most rushing yards per game in the NFL (158.3 yards per game).
Dobbs has rushed for at least 27 yards in seven of 10 games this season, including a combined 110 yards over the past two weeks for the Vikings.
Denver’s defensive backs, like Pat Surtain II and Justin Simmons, could force Dobbs to make some plays happen with his legs and that wouldn’t be anything new for him (6+ rushes in five straight games).
Javonte Williams More Than 68.5 Rush Yards
Williams has been under-the-radar good over the past few weeks as he’s been eased in as Denver’s lead back – coming off an ACL repair last season.
He’s had 48 combined rushes over the past two weeks alone, and he might not even need 20+ carries to hit this over.
Williams has averaged 3.9 yards per rush this season, which would put him on pace to hit this mark with just 18 rushes.
Though Minnesota has allowed just 98.8 rush yards per game (10th best in the NFL), Denver has leaned on its rushing attack lately, and Williams has rushed for at least 79 yards in three straight weeks.
Look for another heavy dosage of Williams tonight.
Jerry Jeudy Less than 11.4 Fantasy Points
Is there another player on the field tonight who is more fun to root against than Jeudy?
The former first-round pick has proven that he can’t take criticism, and his play isn’t proving the doubters wrong. Jeudy has eclipsed 11.4 fantasy points just twice this season.
He averages 3.75 receptions for 46.4 yards and has just one touchdown all season. Considering that his receptions are set at 3.5 for this game, Jeudy would have to heavily outperform expectations to hit this over.
Courtland Sutton is now the clear WR1 in Denver, and there’s no shame in fading Jeudy and a lackluster passing attack that hasn’t produced 200+ yards once in the past FIVE games.
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