Thursday Night Football continues the trend of being one-sided — we haven’t had a one-score Thursday prime-time game since Week 8. The New Orleans Saints hosted the Dallas Cowboys Thursday, but they were no match for them, with the Cowboys winning 27-17.
Let’s look at our top plays on SuperDraft DFS from the game and see how well they performed.
CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys (Champion: 2.1x score multiplier | Superflex: 1.4x)
Lamb’s return was what we expected, as he finished with the most receptions on the night. He finished the game with seven receptions and 89 receiving yards. He wasn’t able to find the end zone, but the return was promising.
Marquez Callaway, New Orleans Saints (Champion: 3x | Superflex: 2x)
The New Orleans Saints offense was a disaster through all four quarters. Callaway was a victim of it. He finished with just one reception for 13 receiving yards. He did have four targets on the night, but four different Saints had more, including Kenny Stills, who had 0 receptions on 5 targets.
Tony Pollard, Dallas Cowboys (Champion: 2.45x| Superflex: 1.65x)
Pollard finished the game as the top running back once again. He finished his night with seven carries for 71 rushing yards and a touchdown. It was a different story in the receiving game, as he finished with just two receptions for three yards. Ezekiel Elliott managed to finish with fewer receiving yards and rushing yards but outcarried Pollard 13-7.
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