Travis Kelce and George Kittle could both end Week 17 with the single-season receiving yardage record for tight ends, while the former's team also locks up the top seed in the AFC with a win. That gives both of them something to play for, which makes them particuarly dangerous in DFS contests.
Ezekiel Elliott is averaging 30 touches per game over the last six weeks, he had no fewer than 25 touches in any of those games, and the Cowboys are touchdown-favorites against the Buccaneers this week. That's as sure a formula for DFS success as exists.
The Cowboys have had a completely different offense since trading for Amari Cooper, and both Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott are reaping the rewards. They lead our look at the top DFS plays for Week 15.
The Cardinals finally used David Johnson like he was David Johnson in Week 10, with the back totaling 183 yards and two touchdowns on 28 touches. With that sort of volume now a given, he's back to being one of the best fantasy players in the league. DFS sites haven't caught up yet, though, making him a prime value in Week 11.