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п»їNFL DFS for 2021 Super Bowl: Top DraftKings, FanDuel daily Fantasy football picks, stacks, strategy.
SportsLine's Mike McClure, a DFS pro with almost $2M in winnings, gives optimal lineup advice.
Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes have been among the most popular NFL DFS picks all season, leading their respective teams through the playoffs to face each other in the 2021 Super Bowl. Should you invest in the 43-year-old Brady, who is trying to win a record seventh Super Bowl ring, or should you build your NFL DFS stacks around Mahomes, the defending Super Bowl MVP?
Choosing between Brady and Mahomes is just one of many parts of your NFL DFS strategy to address on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel. So, how should you formulate winning Super Bowl DFS lineups? Before making any NFL DFS picks and NFL DFS stacks for the 2021 Super Bowl, be sure to see the latest NFL DFS advice, player rankings, stacks and top daily Fantasy football picks from SportsLine's Mike McClure, a DFS pro who has won almost $2 million.
McClure crushed his NFL DFS picks in 2019, finishing as high as the top 1 percent of tournaments on DraftKings and returning as much as 40x return in some higher-stakes tournaments. He then continued his roll in the postseason, cashing on every single lineup he posted for the divisional round. Anyone who followed him saw some huge returns.
In Championship Weekend, McClure had Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill as one of his top NFL DFS picks on DraftKings. The result: Hill caught nine passes for 172 yards, returning over 26 Fantasy points on both sites! Anybody who had him in their lineups was well on the way to a profitable day.
Now, McClure has turned his attention to Super Bowl 55 and locked in his top daily Fantasy football picks. You can only see them by heading to SportsLine.
Top NFL DFS picks for Super Bowl 55.
One of McClure's top NFL DFS picks for Super Bowl 55 is Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. He is quickly becoming one of the most dominant tight ends of all time, becoming a unanimous All-Pro selection. He set career-highs with 105 receptions, 1,416 receiving yards, and 11 touchdowns this season despite sitting out Week 17 to rest up for the playoff run.
Kelce's exceptional play has continued into the Chiefs' run back to the Super Bowl. He hauled in eight passes for 109 yards and a touchdown against the Browns and then erupted for 13 catches for 118 yards and two more TDs against the Bills in the AFC Championship Game. Kelce's play against Buffalo generated almost 40 points on DraftKings and signaled that he will be a 60-minute problem for Tampa Bay in Super Bowl LV.
Part of McClure's optimal NFL DFS strategy also includes rostering Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin. He went off on Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game, catching five passes for 110 yards. He has 14 receptions for 223 yards and a touchdown in the 2021 NFL Playoffs to help send Tampa Bay back to the Super Bowl.
The fourth-year pro from Penn State caught 65 passes for 840 yards and seven touchdowns during the regular season despite missing four games due to a concussion and broken finger. Although that was a step down from Godwin's 86-catch, 1,333-yard effort from 2019, he still proved to be one of quarterback Tom Brady's primary targets. McClure believes that trend will continue in Super Bowl LV.
How to set NFL DFS lineups for Super Bowl 55.
McClure is also targeting a player who could go off for massive numbers on Super Bowl Sunday because of a dream matchup. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is here.


NFL DFS for 2021 Super Bowl: Top DraftKings, FanDuel daily Fantasy football picks, stacks, strategy.
SportsLine's Mike McClure, a DFS pro with almost $2M in winnings, gives optimal lineup advice.
Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes have been among the most popular NFL DFS picks all season, leading their respective teams through the playoffs to face each other in the 2021 Super Bowl. Should you invest in the 43-year-old Brady, who is trying to win a record seventh Super Bowl ring, or should you build your NFL DFS stacks around Mahomes, the defending Super Bowl MVP?
Choosing between Brady and Mahomes is just one of many parts of your NFL DFS strategy to address on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel. So, how should you formulate winning Super Bowl DFS lineups? Before making any NFL DFS picks and NFL DFS stacks for the 2021 Super Bowl, be sure to see the latest NFL DFS advice, player rankings, stacks and top daily Fantasy football picks from SportsLine's Mike McClure, a DFS pro who has won almost $2 million.
McClure crushed his NFL DFS picks in 2019, finishing as high as the top 1 percent of tournaments on DraftKings and returning as much as 40x return in some higher-stakes tournaments. He then continued his roll in the postseason, cashing on every single lineup he posted for the divisional round. Anyone who followed him saw some huge returns.
In Championship Weekend, McClure had Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill as one of his top NFL DFS picks on DraftKings. The result: Hill caught nine passes for 172 yards, returning over 26 Fantasy points on both sites! Anybody who had him in their lineups was well on the way to a profitable day.
Now, McClure has turned his attention to Super Bowl 55 and locked in his top daily Fantasy football picks. You can only see them by heading to SportsLine.
Top NFL DFS picks for Super Bowl 55.
One of McClure's top NFL DFS picks for Super Bowl 55 is Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. He is quickly becoming one of the most dominant tight ends of all time, becoming a unanimous All-Pro selection. He set career-highs with 105 receptions, 1,416 receiving yards, and 11 touchdowns this season despite sitting out Week 17 to rest up for the playoff run.
Kelce's exceptional play has continued into the Chiefs' run back to the Super Bowl. He hauled in eight passes for 109 yards and a touchdown against the Browns and then erupted for 13 catches for 118 yards and two more TDs against the Bills in the AFC Championship Game. Kelce's play against Buffalo generated almost 40 points on DraftKings and signaled that he will be a 60-minute problem for Tampa Bay in Super Bowl LV.
Part of McClure's optimal NFL DFS strategy also includes rostering Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin. He went off on Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game, catching five passes for 110 yards. He has 14 receptions for 223 yards and a touchdown in the 2021 NFL Playoffs to help send Tampa Bay back to the Super Bowl.
The fourth-year pro from Penn State caught 65 passes for 840 yards and seven touchdowns during the regular season despite missing four games due to a concussion and broken finger. Although that was a step down from Godwin's 86-catch, 1,333-yard effort from 2019, he still proved to be one of quarterback Tom Brady's primary targets. McClure believes that trend will continue in Super Bowl LV.
How to set NFL DFS lineups for Super Bowl 55.
McClure is also targeting a player who could go off for massive numbers on Super Bowl Sunday because of a dream matchup. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is here.


Conference Championship DraftKings Picks: NFL DFS lineup advice for daily fantasy football playoff tournaments.
Conference Championship weekend presents one of our last chances to play (daily) fantasy football this year, and with the stakes higher than ever in real life, it's the perfect time to put together an NFL DFS lineup and take home some cash. It's not easy considering we're down to the best of the best, but with elite offensive options on every team, the potential stud picks and value sleepers for this two-game slate seem limitless.
Of course, that's not true -- they're very limited, especially once you factor in prices. You can't have all the superstars, but you can still pick and choose quite a few. (And we actually outline below a way to get the four top pass-catchers into your lineup.) Our lineup starts with a riskier-than-usual Chiefs stack, but we have players from every team, with the Buccaneers being the least represented.
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QB: Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs vs. Bills ($7,600). Mahomes is $700 more than Josh Allen, $1,100 more than Aaron Rodgers, and $1,500 more than Tom Brady, but he also has the highest ceiling -- which is really saying something considering how good all four QBs still playing are. It's fair to worry about Mahomes's foot injury, which could limit his mobility and rushing ability, but he's still the best bet to throw for 300-plus yards and get that three-point bonus. Technically the Chiefs give up more fantasy points to QBs because of the TDs they allowed during the regular season, but Buffalo is still top 10 in DraftKings points allowed to quarterbacks. It's definitely a risk to use Mahomes, but that might mean he's lower owned than usual.
RB: Devin Singletary, Bills @ Chiefs ($4,500). We thought Singletary was a trap last week, and sure enough, he had just 10 touches for 37 total yards. We're still leery of him this week, but the matchup is much better and Singletary's price is much more appealing. He's the second cheapest RB who you can count on for significant touches, and in a week where there are no obvious backs to use, you might as well pay down and hope for either a short TD or a bunch of catches.
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RB: Jamaal Williams, Packers vs. Buccaneers ($4,400). Williams is the only back cheaper than Singletary who could realistically get 10-plus touches, and given that he was a yard away from scoring last week and has proven to be a capable pass-catcher, he could easily pay off his price despite the tough matchup. We have enough in our budget to afford to Ronald Jones ($4,600), who has more touchdown upside, but Williams figures to be lower owned, so we'll take the chance with him.
WR: Davante Adams, Packers vs. Buccaneers ($8,000). There's better value with Stefon Diggs, who's $1,000 cheaper and just as likely to rack up catches and even more likely to hit 100-plus yards -- both of which are more important DraftKings -- but Adams has a better matchup and is even more likely to score.
WR: Tyreek Hill, Chiefs vs. Bills ($7,200). Once again, Diggs is a slightly better value, but Hill is the highest ceiling of any non-QB this week. He's much more than just a big-play guy, though, shown by his double-digit targets in six of his past eight games. With Mahomes as our QB, it only makes sense to stack him with his two best weapons, so we're going all-in on the Chiefs offense.
WR: Gabriel Davis, Bills @ Chiefs ($3,500). Davis (ankle) is in danger of missing this game, and if he's out, it might cause multiple pivots in our lineup. The easy thing would just be to swap him with Scotty Miller ($3,400), but that would also make us want to pivot from Cameron Brate at flex. If Davis plays, we like his chances with Cole Beasley (knee) banged up. He failed to catch a pass last week (just like Beasley), but Davis's big-play ability gives him a lot of upside in tournament lineups.
TE: Travis Kelce, Chiefs vs. Bills ($8,000). The big choice for us was whether to pay up for Kelce, who's $3,400 than the second highest-priced TE, Robert Tonyan, or go with Diggs instead of Davis. If we did that, we'd play Tonyan at TE and either Cole Beasley ($4,100) or Scotty Miler ($3,400) at flex. There's certainly a case to be made that's a better lineup, but, again, with Mahomes as our QB, we're going all-in on the Chiefs. Kelce is by far the best TE with by a highly favorable matchup. He'll be chalky, but for good reason.
If you're wondering, there is a way to get Adams, Hill, Diggs, and Kelce in your lineup, but it basically requires you to play Tom Brady ($6,100) at QB, the Bucs D/ST ($2,700), AJ Dillon ($4,000) at RB (along with Devin Singletary or someone cheaper), and a one-catch, TD-or-bust guy like Marcedes Lewis ($2,500), Ricky Seals-Jones ($2,500), Tanner Hudson ($2,500), or Lee Smith/Reggie Gilliam ($2,500) at flex. Honestly, that's not the worst lineup considering Brady has plenty of upside, the Bucs D/ST could just as easily make a big play as any other D/STs this week, and Dillon is a tough runner, particularly in short-yardage/goal-line situations, who had six carries last week. You might have one or two zeroes with that lineup, but the combination of those four pass-catchers will be monstrous, especially if Brady and Singletary have solid games.
FLEX: Cameron Brate, Buccaneers @ Packers ($3,000). We have to go cheap here, but Brate actually seems like a value given the eight catches and 11 targets he's had the past two games. We could also afford Rob Gronkowski ($3,200), who is more likely to score, Isaiah McKenzie ($3,100), who has more big-play upside, or Tyler Johnson ($3,000), who becomes much more interesting if Antonio Brown (quad) is out, but Brate seems like the highest-floor player and a potential red-zone target who will be low owned.
D/ST: Packers vs. Buccaneers ($3,600). We could save money by going cheaper -- and, like we said, any of the four defenses could have the best day since they're all facing elite offenses -- but we'll go with the narrative that Tom Brady could struggle in the cold, potentially snowy weather.


Rams trade Jared Goff and two-first round picks to Lions for Matthew Stafford.
The first quarterback dominoes have fallen in what is shaping up to be a wild offseason. The Rams and Lions are swapping QBs, with Jared Goff, two first-round picks and a third-round pick heading to Detroit for Matthew Stafford.
It’s not quite a challenge trade, with the Lions getting paid picks for absorbing Goff’s contract in 2021. Any team that trades for Goff is on the hook for $28.15 million in 2021 no matter what, and at least $15.5 million in 2022, according to OverTheCap.
The Lions are doing a full teardown after Matt Patricia’s disastrous tenure accidentally kicked off a rebuild. The Rams, on the other hand, are declaring that Goff is a weak point on their win-now roster.
The Rams had already traded away their 2020 and 2021 first-round picks for Jalen Ramsey, after trading their 2018 first-rounder for Brandin Cooks.
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That’s just a silver of the aggressive deals that Rams GM Les Snead has made. In a league that reveres draft picks, Snead has essentially bet that the rest of the league is willing to overpay for them. The Rams haven’t made a first-round pick since 2016, when they dealt for the No. 1 overall pick and took Goff. It appears they won’t make one until at least 2024.
He’s used the picks to paper over other mistakes, and Goff, who has struggled since a red-hot start to the 2018 season, may end up being the biggest one. By the end of the 2020 season, it was clear that Sean McVay didn’t strongly prefer Goff to John Wolford, and it was reported earlier this week that the Rams were considering a QB competition next season.
The deal has ramifications around the league, including for the Jets, who lose two potential suitors for Sam Darnold and some trade flexibility in the draft. It also drives up the prices for the quarterbacks remaining on the market, and for the teams seeking one in a trade. One end of that list definitely includes Deshaun Watson, and maybe includes Aaron Rodgers and several others; the other definitely includes the Colts and could include the Niners and several others.
Stafford is good, maybe even excellent at this point; he’s certainly an upgrade over Goff, averaging about a yard more in adjusted yards per attempt on an inferior team. But he’s 32 years old and was banged up the last two seasons. Surely, this sets an unbelievably expensive trade market for Watson, who has missed one game since tearing his ACL in 2017, is seven years younger, and, duh, much better.
The Rams went 10-6 this year after missing the playoffs in 2019 off a classic Super Bowl loss hangover. But the team’s flaws were obvious in a bizarre loss to the then-winless Jets. After a stellar defensive performance eliminated the Seahawks in the first round, Aaron Rodgers shredded the Rams in the divisional round. The defense carried the 2020 Rams, leading the league in points and yards and ranking fourth in DVOA. Now the quarterback excuse is gone for McVay.


NFL Week 10 Bettors Guide: Bad news for the Giants, the Eagles are getting healthy.
The 10 Best Games to Bet.
EAGLES at GIANTS.
1 p.m., Eagles by 3 ВЅ, 41 ВЅ
HANK’S HONEYS: The 2-7 Giants keep beating the spread with a 6-3 mark, 5-1 in their last six games, including a cover in Philly. They are only a few Daniel Jones turnovers away from leading the NFC Least. But the Eagles' bye week has changed the way we look at them. They are as healthy as they have been since the season began and that makes them a lot better than the Giants, talent-wise. Five players who missed the Dallas game are on track to return, including RB Miles Sanders, OT Lane Johnson and WR Alshon Jeffrey. That will take some pressure off Carson Wentz, who won’t have to keep taking dangerous chances downfield. The Birds can take control of the division here and they will.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Eagles and the over.
WASHINGTON at LIONS.
1 p.m., Lions by 3 1/2, 46 ВЅ
HANK’S HONEYS: We expect Antonio Gibson to get more carries against a run defense allowing 4.4 yards per carry while Alex Smith should be better with a full week of preparation. We’re not buying the Adrian Peterson revenge angle, certainly not based on what he’s done so far. Washington can get after the passer and it will have a gimpy target in Matthew Stafford, who will probably be without Kenny Golladay again. The Burgundy and Gold has been outgaining teams while shooting themselves in the foot. Detroit, though, hardly plays mistake-free football. Take the points.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Washington and the over.
RAVENS at PATRIOTS.
1 p.m., Ravens by 7, 40 ВЅ
HANK’S HONEYS: Don’t know how the Patriots' sluggish offense will be able to get anything going once the Ravens shut down the run and force Cam Newton and his suspect arm to the air. The Ravens are giving up the second-fewest points in the NFL while averaging 29. Baltimore has covered each of the last 10 times it has been favored by six or more points and will not take this one lightly even if the Patriots aren’t their old selves. It was a 37-20 rout in Baltimore last year that started the Patriots' late-season slide after an 8-0 start. Throw the Pats' short week on top of everything and it’s an easy pick.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Ravens and the under.
49ERS at SAINTS.
4:25 p.m., Saints by 9 ВЅ, 53 ВЅ
HANK’S HONEYS : The beat-up SF defense has given up 71 points to the Seahawks and Packers the last two weeks with no letup in sight against a fast-paced NO attack that will have a healthy Michael Thomas and ex-Niner Emmanuel Sanders back on the field. Drew Brees seems to have regained his mojo during the Saints' five-game winning streak and he is back to distributing the ball to his many targets, forcing teams to defend the entire field. The Saints are holding teams to 80.2 ypg on the ground and the 49ers offense doesn’t work unless its running game is churning. Don’t see Nick Mullens matching points with Brees even with the emergence of WR Richie James.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Saints and the over.
BENGALS at STEELERS.
4:25 p.m., Steelers by 7 ВЅ, 49.
HANK’S HONEYS : A lot depends on Ben Roethlisberger’s status on the COVID list but even with the big guy on the field, Cincy (6-2 ATS) looks like an attractive underdog given the spread and coming off a bye. The 8-0 Steelers aren’t as good as their record. They haven’t exactly been blowing teams out and the Bengals are playing much better than their record with budding superstar Joe Burrow improving each week. The Steelers have owned their AFC North rivals over the past five years, winning 10 straight while going 6-2-2 ATS but Burrow is changing the culture with a brand new coaching staff.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Bengals and the over.
SEAHAWKS at RAMS.
4:25 p.m., Rams by 1 ВЅ, 53 ВЅ
HANK’S HONEYS: The Rams generally bounce back well and have had two weeks to prepare for this one after an 11-point loss in Miami where they gained 415 yards. That kind of production is totally possible this week with the Seahawks allowing a league-high 455.8 yards per game. The Rams are 4-1 SU in their last five games against Seattle, averaging 33.6 ppg against much-better defensive units. Russell Wilson has been turning it over as his O-line crumbles. He will be in for a rough time against Aaron Donald and the Rams' pass rush.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Rams and the over.
TEXANS at BROWNS.
1 p.m., Browns by 3, 56 ВЅ
HANK’S HONEYS: The return of Nick Chubb and OG Wyatt Teller will give the Browns' running game a huge boost. Baker Mayfield came off the COVID list in plenty of time Wednesday. Houston is 0-6 against teams that do not play in Jacksonville and is ill equipped to deal with the Browns' weapons, even with OBJ out for the season. The Texans' pass rush is inconsistent and their secondary gives up big plays. Deshaun Watson should be able to put up points on a suspect pair of safeties but the Browns will have Myles Garrett to hunt him down. With David Johnson in concussion protocol, the Texans' run game is even more suspect.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Browns and the over.
CHARGERS at DOLPHINS.
4:05 p.m., Dolphins by 2 ВЅ, 47.
HANK’S HONEYS: As this pair of impressive rookie QBs goes against each other in Justin Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa, we’ve got to go with the better defense and coaching. There’s no question it’s the Dolphins in both cases. The hard-luck Chargers have allowed over 30 ppg in each of their last five contests while the blitzing Dolphins have been getting to the quarterback and creating takeaways. With speculation of a coaching change blowing in the wind, it won’t be an easy coast to coast trip for the Bolts, who already have one loss in Florida to Tampa Bay.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Dolphins and the under.
JAGUARS at PACKERS.
1 p.m., Packers by 13 ВЅ, 55.
HANK’S HONEYS: Jake Luton wasn’t all that bad in his debut but this is a big ask against Aaron Rodgers in his first road game and with the Packers playing with 10 day’s rest. Rodgers should light up this young pass defense. He’ll be able to sit in the pocket against a team that has just eight sacks on the year and easily get the score above 30. The Packers will have film on Luton and he could be in over his head trying to play catchup against Rodgers, especially with a forecast that is calling for chilly, damp conditions and 21 mph winds at Lambeau Field.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Packers and the over.
BILLS at CARDINALS.
4:05 p.m., Cards by 2, 49.
HANK’S HONEYS: Josh Allen heads to the desert with a 7-2-1 record ATS as a road underdog but we still like the home team here. Kyler Murray and the Zona offense has been almost unstoppable over the past four weeks and we’re not sold on a Buffalo D just because they played well against the Jets and Pats. The Bills are giving up seven yards per pass attempt and a 68% completion percentage to opposing QBs. The Cardinals are getting healthier. Kenyan Drake’s return to the Cardinals' backfield is huge while the defense will be bolstered by the return of LB Devon Kennard and CB Byron Murphy. Love the over with both both teams capable of going up and down the field.
IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Cardinals and the over.




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