Week 4 of the NFL presents us with plenty of DFS opportunities, particularly on SuperDraft. They have rolled out a brand-new format: Super 15.
Similar to the posts you’ve seen on social media regarding building a roster based on a $15 budget and allotted players/prices, you can now integrate this game into DFS and go head-to-head with your competition.
The Super 15 grid for Week 4 is below:
Below are my top three options to build your Super 15 lineups around.
Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo Bills ($5)
After a ceiling performance in Week 3 which saw Allen top 40 raw fantasy points, he’s in a prime position to repeat, if not exceed that performance in Week 4. Coming in as a 17-point favorite, the initial reaction may be to think that the Bills scale back the passing game and focus on the running game given the positive game script. History, however, has shown otherwise. Allen has averaged 288 passing yards and three touchdowns per game when the Bills have won by at least 15 points since the start of 2020.
The Texans’ secondary continues to bleed production. With a plethora of capable receivers, Allen is primed for a ceiling game in the air, not to mention the goal-line and rushing upside he brings week in and week out.
Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee Titans ($4)
Henry has always been a bona fide RB1, but this season he’s taken yet another step forward when nobody thought he could. Through the first three weeks, he’s averaging over four targets per game. His 12 total receptions are only seven off of his career-high (19) that he set in 2020.
Since the beginning of 2019, Henry has averaged 140 rushing yards, 14.79 receiving yards, and 1.36 touchdowns per game in games that the Titans have won by a margin of at least seven points. Coming in as 6-point favorites, the Titans could be well on their way to blowing out the Jets.
Brandin Cooks, WR, Houston Texans ($2)
Cooks makes for a great run-back option with Allen. Even if you want to run him as a one-off, he’s more than viable.
No matter the quarterback play, Cooks has produced whether it’s been Tyrod Taylor or Davis Mills throwing him the ball. He leads the entire NFL in air yards (428) while ranking second in receptions (23) and receiving yards (322), sporting a league-leading 38.67% target share.
Likely playing from behind for the majority of the game against the Bills, Cooks is primed for yet another quietly productive game.
Budget remaining after these three players: $4
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