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DraftKings Week 7 Roster Breakdown – $1.25 Million Contest

Before you set your lineups on DraftKings, take a look at some of the preferred plays at each position this weekend!

DraftKings hosting a $1.25 Million Dollar Tournament this week. Here are some of the contest details:

  • $1.25 Million prize pool
  • $100,000 first place prize
  • FREE for new players
  • Starts Sunday at 1PM

The Thursday night game is not included either so you have until Sunday at 1PM to set your lineup. You can also make individual game time changes for players in the later games.

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Carson Palmer – $6,700 – The Cardinals will be fired up on Monday night as they face the 32nd ranked team in the league against the pass. Pair him with Larry Fitzgerald or John Brown (keep an eye on injury) to double your points. Michael Floyd could be a cheap pick as a tournament selection.

Cam Newton – $6,600 – Newton faces the Eagles on Sunday night at home. The 5-0 Panthers will want to prove to America they are for real. I love the added motivation for Cam in primetime. Lock in one of the two home primetime QBs this week.

Ryan Tannehill – $5,700 – Tournament play – This pick could fly under the radar as the Texans have struggled against the pass and the Dolphins look to continue to turn the corner with another win.


Devonta Freeman – $7,900 – Eventually he will cool off, but his numbers are staggering and his price tag is not outrageous. His points totals from Week 3-6: 45.3, 37.9, 35.7, 38.6.

Mark Ingram – $6,300 – There is no reason to believe that Ingram should not be able to run through the Colts defense.

Todd Gurley – $5,000 – Gurley will likely be a popular choice this week, but he cannot be ignored at this price tag.

Frank Gore – $4,900 – Gore continues to have an affordable price and always offers the upside of a touchdown in the Colts offense.

Lamar Miller – $4,600 – Miller should be able to build on his performance from last week at home against the Texans.

About Nick Pagliuca

Nick has been competitively playing fantasy sports for over ten years and has recently become very active in daily fantasy in the last three years. Nick participates mainly in fantasy football followed by fantasy baseball and basketball.