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The Tennessee Titans walked away with a close victory over the San Francisco 49ers Thursday night to kick off Week 16 of the NFL season. After being kept scoreless in the first half 10-0, the Titans won 20-17 due to some costly 49ers mistakes. Let’s recap how our top DFS plays did on SuperDraft and identify the top ones of the night.

Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco 49ers (Champion: 2.4x score multiplier | Co-Champ: 2x | Superflex: 1.6x)

Aiyuk was a factor in keeping this game close. He was tied for the third-most targets on the night with 5, matching Kyle Juszcyzk and Jauan Jennings. He finished his night with four receptions for 40 receiving yards. Aiyuk was also able to find the end zone after a huge fourth-quarter play by Deebo Samual.

Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Tennessee Titans (Champion: 2.85x | Co-Champ: 2.4x | Superflex: 1.9x)

Westbrook-Ikhine’s stock took a slight bump down when the Tennessee Titans announced A.J. Brown would officially be activated from IR. Brown had 13 more targets than any other Titan, with 16. Westbrook-Ikhine was tied for second in targets with three. He finished with just two receptions for 38 receiving yards. He could have been a huge factor in this game if Brown wasn’t activated, but the Titans wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.

George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (Champion: 1.9x| Co-Champ: 1.65x | Superflex: 1.3x)

Kittle did a disappearing act as the 49ers offense struggled in the second half. He finished with just three targets on the night, catching 2 for 21 receiving yards. The majority of his receiving yards came from one play where he had a 16-yard reception.

Best Plays of The Slate

There were two huge factors in the passing game Thursday, and they were A.J. Brown and Deebo Samuel. Brown was activated off IR hours before the game, and it looked like he didn’t miss a step. He had 16 targets and turned 11 of them into receptions. He had 145 receiving yards and one receiving touchdown. On the opposite side was Deebo Samuel. The 49ers utilized him more in the passing game than they have of late. He had 11 targets and finished with nine receptions for 159 receiving yards. He wasn’t able to find the end zone, but he did add on 32 rushing yards on five carries.

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