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Monday normally wraps up our week of football, but we still have a pair of games Tuesday. Monday does give us a two-game DFS slate on SuperDraft. Let’s dive in and find the best play at every position.


Justin Fields, Chicago Bears (1.4x score multiplier)

Fields returned under center for the Chicago Bears in Week 14. He will be facing the Minnesota Vikings, who have struggled against quarterbacks this season. They are giving up the fourth-most fantasy points per game to the position, at 22.1. Fields’ fantasy ceiling is always high, with his dual abilities to pass and run. It raises his ceiling even more. He is coming off of a 74-yard rushing game against the Green Bay Packers, adding 224 passing yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

Running back

Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns (1x)

What a matchup Chubb is in for Monday, as the Browns face the Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders are currently giving up the fourth-most points per game to running backs per game with 26.1. Chubb is averaging 14.4 per game. Even with the Browns splitting carries, Chubb has led the group nine out of the 10 games he has started. He is averaging 92.6 rushing yards while averaging 16.7 carries per game.

Wide Receiver

Hunter Renfrow, Las Vegas Raiders (1.2x)

Renfrow deserves a lot of respect for what he has done this season. He has now recorded three straight games of 100-plus receiving yards. In those three games, he has 30 receptions on 33 targets. Renfrow will be lining up across from Troy Hill and will have the best matchup in the game. He does most of his damage lining up in the slot where he’s averaging 48.4 receiving yards and 11.9 fantasy points per game.

Tight End

David Njoku, Cleveland Browns (1.75x)

There aren’t too many pretty options at the tight end position Monday, but Njoku does pop off the screen. He has a 1.75x multiplier against a Raiders team that allows 14 fantasy points per game to the position. Njoku last played in Week 12, when he had three receptions for 35 receiving yards and one touchdown. He’s averaging a 67.5% catch rate while averaging 34 yards per game.

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