Week 16 is here, and that means that so is another Super 15 slate on SuperDraft DFS.
It is 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.
Below are my top three options to build your Super 15 lineups around.
Super 15 Plays
Jalen Hurts, QB, Philadelphia Eagles ($4)
The narrative about Hurts not being a productive quarterback has been thrown out of the window. This is especially true in the fantasy landscape. He’s topped at least 28 SuperDraft points in two of his last three games. He is currently sitting as the QB6 on a season-long basis. If he isn’t throwing for touchdowns, he’s running for them himself. See his pair of rushing touchdowns last week for reference. Hurts has also logged five rushing scores over the last three weeks.
The Giants present an exploitable matchup for the dual-threat quarterback, making him my ideal target at the $1 discount off of the $5 tier given the fact that his ceiling is arguably higher than anyone else’s.
James Robinson, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars ($2)
Robinson chalk week was a success in Week 15, as he rushed 18 times for 75 yards and a score, picking up an additional trio of touches through the air. Carlos Hyde was absent with a concussion and even in a potential return, it’s hard to see him spelling Robinson’s workload with Urban Meyer gone. Robinson gets another exploitable matchup against the Jets on Sunday, as they’ve allowed more rushing touchdowns (26) than any other team and the third-most total rushing yards (1,988). For $2, it’s hard to avoid Robinson, even if he projects to be as popular as he was in Week 15.
Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, Detroit Lions ($1)
Speaking of chalk worth eating, St. Brown checks that box and then some. He’s emerged as the preferred target for Jared Goff, amassing 35 targets over the last three weeks, turning them into a total of 26 catches for 249 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The potential return of either or both of D’Andre Swift and Jamaal Williams could force Detroit to focus on the run game a bit more, but against an exploitable Atlanta secondary, St. Brown still figures to be heavily involved.
Getting double-digit target upside with scoring upside on top of that is a rarity among the $1 tier, making this something to take advantage of in Week 16.
Budget remaining after the core: $8
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