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PrizePicks Main NFL Slate 11/22

By Jonny Danger

Prize Picks is a game that allows you the thrill to pick fantasy players and root for or against guys in every game, without the fear of going up against DFS professionals or massive multi-entry players. 

Simply pick a selection of 2, 3, or 4 players and decide whether they will go over or under their fantasy points projection. No other entries to fight against,  no optimal lineup builders to outsmart. You evaluate a game and the situation for individual players and place your picks! 

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2 of 2 Flex Play wins you 2x your entry
1 of 2 Flex Play wins you 0.5x your entry
3 of 3 Power Play wins you 5x your entry
3 of 3 Flex Play wins you 2.25x your entry
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4 of 4 Flex Play wins you 5x your entry
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Let’s look at the Sunday main NFL slate!

Don’t stress each individual player. Don’t make it that hard on yourself. Find your story on how the game will play out and apply that across the board. If you make sense of the game flow needed for the outcome you will believe will happen then all the players should neatly fall into line.

For PrizePicks you need to select 2, 3, or 4 players and choose if they will go over or under their projected point totals. Basically playing by standard PPR fantasy scoring on most platforms. Make your selections, choose your entry amount, and win real money on the spot when you are correct! It’s the latest fantasy sports game and one of the most fun around! 

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My favorite Picks for the day!

Mike Davis (15.3) 60 total yards yards plus 3 catches and a TD
They are against Detroit, with a back-up QB so all points. All signs point to an easy OVER!

Michael Thomas (14) 80 Yards, 6 catches
I normally never underestimate Thomas, but I just hate the idea of Tay Hill manning this offense. I’m a fairly confident UNDER.

JD McKissic (13)  60 total yards 7 catches
The guy is good for a dozen targets, and Cinci is soft, so I expect a TD as well. Nice and easy OVER call for me! 

Jakobi Meyers (14) 4 catches 40 yards and a TD
The only thing he hasn’t done yet is score. This comes to an end this week. Targets and average yardage alone should get him to 14+ so I am all aboard the OVER.

Adrian Peterson (10.5) 80 Yards, 3 catches for 20 and a TD
I don’t think he is gettin to 100 yards, I doubt he catches more than 1-2 balls, but I think he can fall in the endzone. So I am going to take the OVER here.

Davante Adams (20) 6 Catches 80 Yards and a TD
This might be asking just a tad too much… I like him for about 17/18 points so I have to go UNDER here.

James Robinson (14) 80 yards and a TD
This Pittsburgh defense is no joke. It’s only been weak to the big play over the top and that just isn’t Robinson’s forte. Unless he punches 2 short ones in I think it’s safe to go UNDER.

Davante Adams (20) 6 Catches 80 Yards and a TD
This might be asking just a tad too much… I like him for about 17/18 points so I have to go UNDER here.

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