The Cardinals and Rams have post-season football in their sights, and the winner of the Week 14 Monday Night Football game will strengthen its chances. Vegas sportsbooks has installed the Cardinals as home favorites with a total of 50 north, so chances are we’ll be watching an entertaining, high-scoring competition – perfect for a DFS roster one FanDuel’s game.
Here are the notable scoring settings for FanDuel’s single game competitions: The total score for “MVP” is multiplied by 1.5, but he doesn’t cost any more money as “Captain” in DraftKings Showdown competitions. FanDuel’s default score is Half point PPR and TDs pass four points, and have Are not bonus for 300 yard / 100 yard matches as on DraftKings.
OTHER FD ONLY GAME: How to win a FanDuel game contest
FanDuel Single Game Choice DFS: Rams vs. Cardinals
$60,000 budget, need at least one player from each team
MVP (1.5 times points): QB Kyler Murray, Cardinals ($17,000)
Murray’s comeback was on full display last week in Chicago as he amassed 30.82 FanDuel points despite being limited to 123 passing yards. Indoor conditions will be much friendlier on Monday night, so Murray won’t have to worry about contesting the elements beyond the All-Pro defenders on the opposite side of the ball.
FLEX WR Cooper Kupp, Rams ($15,000)
We have reached the point where it is no longer necessary to explain the reasons behind our choice of Kupp. He has more games (seven) above 20.0 FanDuel points than he has below that point (five). Sometimes, fantasy football can be simple.
ADD DFS MNF: DraftKings lineup
FLEX RB Sony Michel, Rams ($12,000)
Michel played well in place of Darrell Henderson Jr in Week 13, finishing with 20.4 FanDuel points on 24 touchdowns. Henderson has been shortlisted for COVID and is due out on Monday night. Michel is gearing up for another full load of work and will have the opportunity to deliver another solid fantasy performance.
FLEX TE Zach Ertz, Cardinal ($9,500)
Ertz has played well since arriving in Arizona from Philadelphia via trade. He won 24.8 FD points in Week 11 to say goodbye. It’s almost guaranteed that Ertz will do more than the two goals he received in Chicago last week and he can make a significant push in a game that promises plenty of good points. .
FLEX WR Ben Skowronek ($6,500)
Full disclosure: This is a prayer. If you don’t like playing with long odds on touchdown, you can replace Ertz and Skowronek with kicker Matt Gay ($8,500) and wide receiver Rondale Moore ($7,500). Playing time will be higher for Skowronek – he played 42 times in Odell Beckham Jr.’s first game. (Week 10) and just 16 times in the Rams’ destruction of Jaguars in Week 13. We’re rolling the dice here because we prefer Ertz’s flip side to Gay’s while also realizing that Moore also offers a lot. down side like Skowronek.