Despite having the three-game Thanksgiving slate, we get the same number of games on Sunday that we’ve become accustomed during the bye-week portion of the season. Four of those games have a total under 41 and only one of them has a total over 50 so we might be looking at a low-scoring slate. There isn’t a whole lot to attack in terms of top games as the high-total game is the Chiefs game and attacking that avenue leaves little salary outside of what would be a heavy game stack. More interesting this week are smaller stacks or individual matchup plays that I will dive into. There are some true value plays at QB and some of those have a clear and perfect stack to go with them. Let’s dive in.
Quarterbacks and Stacks
There are two different price ranges that are in play at the position this week. The pay up spots are truly pay up, both over 7k, while the next best plays are all under 6k.
Patrick Mahomes ($7,400) gets an extremely attractive matchup for his skill set, against a Raiders team that gets smoked by the deep ball. The Raiders get smoked by competent quarterbacks and only seem to fare well against the bottom of the barrel that the league has to offer, such as Ryan Finley and Philip Rivers.