Week 11 of the NFL season brings us 11 games on the Classic Sunday slate for DraftKings plays. The Giants, Packers, Seahawks, and Titans are on their byes, while the Chargers and Chiefs clash in a divisional matchup on MNF in Mexico.

There are 11 games to choose from on DraftKings on Sunday, leaving a fantasy star in Aaron Jones and a fantasy value play in Ryan Tannehill off the board.

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Here are some under-the-radar players that can help you win in Week 11.

Dak Prescott – QB, DAL
Opponent – Detroit Lions
Price – $6,700

Dak Prescott slings a pass. He's one of the sneaky plays for your daily fantasy lineup in week 11
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Dak is slowly but surely becoming a star QB in the NFL. The Mississippi State product is putting up consistently high fantasy numbers on a weekly basis, averaging 24.3 points per game. A balanced offense in Dallas has allowed for Dak to throw down the field more and pick defenses apart.

In Week 11, Prescott and the Cowboys head to Detroit to take on the Lions. Last week, Detroit allowed Mitch Trubisky to toss 3 TDs. If he can throw 3 TDs against the Lions, just imagine what Dak could do.

In what’s shaping up to be a must-win game for the Cowboys, look for him to have a field day facing a Lions’ defense that ranks 28th in passing yards allowed per game.

Devin Singletary– RB, BUF
Opponent – Miami Dolphins
Price – $6,000

The Buffalo Bills are coming off a tough loss against the Browns in Week 10, but I see this upcoming matchup against the Miami Dolphins as a ‘get right’ game with RB Devin Singletary being right in the middle of things.

The Miami defense ranks 31st against opposing RBs and 30th in rushing yards allowed per game, proving to be a favorable matchup. With Singletary becoming the RB1 in Buffalo and Frank Gore’s lack of production in recent weeks, he has the potential to be the workhorse back in a positive game script.

Look for Singletary to run wild and free on Sunday.

Greg Olsen – TE, CAR
Opponent – Atlanta Falcons
Price – $3,900

Greg Olsen is coming off a monstrous performance against the Green Bay Packers where he saw 10 targets go his way – he secured 8 of them for 98 yards.

The matchup on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons is a juicy one for Olsen and the Panthers. Atlanta’s defense ranks 24th against opposing TEs and 25th in passing yards allowed per game.

Last week, the Falcons allowed Jared Cook to post 6 receptions for 74 yards on 10 targets. Greg Olsen should be able to do more of the same on Sunday.

Jamison Crowder – WR, NYJ
Opponent – Washington Redskins
Price – $5,700

While the New York Jets haven’t exactly been thriving this year, Jamison Crowder is quietly putting together a solid season. Over his last two games, the veteran WR has combined for 13 catches, 164 receiving yards and two TDs.

He’s become the top target for Sam Darnold and New York’s offense. The Jets travel down the coast to take on Crowder’s former team in the Washington Redskins. The Washington defense ranks 17th against opposing WRs and tend to let slot WRs roam free over the middle.

With Crowder seeing 7 targets per game over the last 5 games, he’s due for a big day in his revenge game.

Listen & Learn

For a full rundown of our under-the-radar Week 11 DFS picks, listen to this week’s Sneaky Plays Podcast – Jamison & Ginger – on your favorite podcast platform!

Listen to the Sneaky Plays Podcast each week to hear which players Dom Fierro, Chris Morris and myself have on our radars. We provide you with opinions and insight on more than 20 players per week!

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