It’s finally here- Week 2 of the 2022 season, and our second DraftKings main slate. An entertaining Week 1 in the books, with teams ready to try and bounce back and some ready to really make a statement.
This season, we are back offering you DFS advice to try and help you navigate your way to victories throughout the season. The players selected here are based on their price, their ability to hit value and likely ownership.
The selections are leaning more towards GPP slates, rather than cash (50/50) slates. But let’s get into it
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Lamar Jackson v MIA ($7,400)
Against the Jets in Week 1, Jackson threw the ball 30 times, completing just over half of them. What was more worrying was that he only rushed for 17 yards- but that is the outlier. Jackson always offers a solid floor of points on the ground, and upside through the air. But his price does make him.
Trey Lance v SEA ($5,700)
Let’s just put Week 1 behind us. The weather was awful, and the 49ers were quickly without some key offensive pieces. But, that has just meant that his price has dropped. With Mitchell out, Lance is likely to run the ball more even more. In Week 1 he ran the ball 13 times for 54 yards. If he repeats that and manages to get into the endzone, and a half decent game through the air he is the definition of a slate breaker.
Daniel Jones v CAR ($5,100)
Jones is a risky play- his range of outcomes is maybe one of the widest in the league. He might not be the answer for the team in real life, but for fantasy he can do it. Jones has the ability to break a long run, as well as players that can convert short passes to big gains. There is of course the risk that the team lean on Saquon Barkley instead of going through the air, but the price tag takes that into account.