DraftKings DFS Week 4 Picks: Lamar Jackson, CeeDee Lamb Among Studs & Sleepers

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Week 4 DraftKings DFS Picks


Stud: Lamar Jackson ($8,300) vs. Buffalo Bills

Jackson’s production speaks for itself. He’s thrown for over 300 yards once and rushed for over 100 yards twice. DraftKings rewards a three-point bonus for each plateau, and the fact that Jackson can deliver both in the same game explains his steep price tag. The Bills are a bit banged up, so this matchup may not be quite as imposing as it looks on the surface.

Sleeper: Jared Goff ($5,900) vs. Seattle Seahawks

Goff is trending up in the passing yardage department. We’re looking for him to eclipse the 300-yard plateau to earn DraftKings’ three-point bonus. DraftKings Sportsbook suggests the Lions will be in the driver’s seat in a relatively high-scoring affair. It won’t be a shock to see Goff deliver another profitable performance at home.

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Running Backs

Stud: Javonte Williams ($6,600) at Las Vegas Raiders

Williams’ backers may be a bit frustrated by his fantasy production through three games. Don’t miss the big picture. While he has not found the end zone yet, he’s handling a robust 35.4% of the Broncos’ touches. He’s a menace as a runner and dangerous as a pass-catcher. Big fantasy performances are not far away.

Sleeper: Breece Hall ($5,400) at Pittsburgh Steelers

The matchup looks brutal on paper for the Jets, but that’s why Hall is a sleeper. Poor situation notwithstanding, there’s a lot to like about Hall this week — namely the upward trend of his playing time. Hall inches closer to a breakthrough performance each week, and his price remains friendly.

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Wide Receivers

Stud: A.J. Brown ($7,400) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Brown ceded the spotlight to DeVonta Smith last week, but he remains the central focus of the Eagles’ passing game. The preseason hype over the chemistry between Brown and quarterback Jalen Hurts was not overstated. Brown’s 32.9% target share is a staggering number, and he’ll continue to produce big Sunday box scores.

Sleeper: CeeDee Lamb ($6,700) vs. Washington Commanders

“Sleeper” may be a stretch when we’re talking about the No. 1 wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys. Be that as it may, his price tag falls under that category. Don’t look for low ownership on Sunday, but that’s not necessarily a factor to preclude you from including him. Look for Lamb to continue dominating target volume against a porous pass defense.

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Tight Ends

Stud: Kyle Pitts ($5,000) vs. Cleveland Browns

We’d all love to include Mark Andrews in our lineups, but his $7,100 salary is difficult to build around. Pitts is over $2K less and finally saw a degree of the target volume that was expected. Sunday’s contest has sneaky shootout potential, perhaps providing more opportunities for Pitts to deliver the explosion we know is coming.

Sleeper: David Njoku ($3,700) at Atlanta Falcons

Njoku is getting the playing time that has eluded him for the past few seasons. He’s No. 2 on the team in targets, and while the Browns aren’t exactly airing it out, his 18.1% target share is robust for a tight end. Njoku appears capable of filling some of the void left by Jarvis Landry, and that could lead to consistent targets complemented by red zone opportunities.

Defense/Special Teams

Houston Texans ($2,400) vs. Los Angeles Chargers

We’re going to focus on one sleeper at defense this week. The Texans are 0-3, but they haven’t played poorly defensively. They’ve hit the quarterback at least seven times in each of their first three games and will take on a compromised Chargers offense at home in the early afternoon window. Don’t be surprised if the Texans make life difficult for the visiting Bolts.

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About the Author

Craig Williams

Craig Williams is a Charlotte-based sportswriter who has worked professionally in the gaming, fantasy, and sports business industries. He’s an avid fantasy football player, managing over 100 leagues across multiple formats. When he’s not pouring over Vegas odds and statistics, he’s indulging in soccer and enjoys anything from LigaMX to Champions League.