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PrizePicks, the most popular DFS Pick’em site, lays out player stat projections like a delectable buffet for us to devour this weekend. We get to construct a ticket for our user-created entries, carefully selecting players based on whether we believe they will surpass or fall short of the statistical line offered. With a vast array of options featuring hundreds of players, we only need to make a minimum of two picks to create a winning entry.
PrizePicks Best Bets For NFL Week 18
- Dalton Kincaid MORE than 3.5 receptions
- Wan’Dale Robinson MORE than 29.5 receiving yards
- Kenneth Walker MORE than 57.5 rushing yards
Dalton Kincaid over 3.5 receptions
In terms of defensive statistics, the Miami Dolphins currently rank 10th in the league for allowing receptions to tight ends, averaging 5.1 receptions per game. An interesting trend emerges when considering the performance of tight ends against the Dolphins – in 8 out of the last 11 encounters, tight ends have not only met but exceeded their respective receiving yards prop.
In the recent matchup, Dalton Kincaid played a pivotal role as the primary receiver for Buffalo. He demonstrated his effectiveness by securing four receptions out of seven targets, accumulating an impressive 87 yards. Kincaid’s utilization in the game was notable, as he exhibited a substantial route participation, reaching nearly 80%, complemented by a 55% snap share. Further emphasizing his impact, Kincaid commanded over 120 air yards, attaining a noteworthy 25% target share.
Wan’Dale Robinson over 29.5 receiving yards
This season, the Philadelphia Eagles have emerged as the team conceding the highest fantasy points per game to slot wide receivers, a noteworthy trend in fantasy football analysis. Wan’Dale Robinson, the slot wide receiver for the New York Giants, has notably become Tyrod Taylor’s preferred target throughout the past 2 weeks.
Robinson showcased his significance in the passing game by leading in targets with an impressive 9, representing a 23% target share. His performance included successfully converting 6 receptions for a total of 55 yards. Delving into the broader context, Robinson has maintained a notable average of 8 targets over the last two games started by Tyrod Taylor.
Kenneth Walker III over 57.5 rushing yards
In Week 17, the Seattle running game showcased its effectiveness, spearheaded by Kenneth Walker III, who amassed 53 yards and secured a touchdown on 10 carries, including 2 critical red-zone carries. In contrast, Zach Charbonnet only managed 2 carries. Assessing the upcoming clash against the Cardinals, I am optimistic about the Seahawks’ ability to accumulate points, particularly by leveraging the prowess of their standout running back, Kenneth Walker – assuming he maintains good health in this crucial must-win game. Notably, Walker has been a limited participant in practice this week due to a lingering shoulder injury.
It’s noteworthy that Walker’s rushing prop stands at a seemingly conservative 57.5 rushing yards for the upcoming game. Considering Arizona’s susceptibility to the run, this figure appears surprisingly low. The Cardinals have struggled significantly against opposing running backs throughout the season, conceding the highest number of rushing yards.
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