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Prize Picks NFL 11/30 Showdown

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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Let’s look at the Monday Night NFL showdown!

SEA Seahawks (-6.5)
PHI Eagles (49.0)

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.

Seattle has fallen from the graces of the #1 power ranked team over the last few weeks and look to get back at it tonight in Philly. I typically feel West coast teams struggle when coming East but the extra days certainly help seeing Seattle last played 11 days ago. Expect them fresh and hungry to reclaim their top spot after the Rams fell to the Niners yesterday. Philly will try it’s best to slow down the pace of the game but in reality they should be well over matched on both sides of the ball. I’m very high on the Seahawks to score often and the big names to get back on top in fantasy scoring.

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The Breakdown

Russell Wilson (25)  250 yards 3TD and 30 yards rushing
I really think the Seahawks are going to smash. When they do it’s on the back of their captain. I don’t see many ways you can go wrong here with the over, but since you can;t pair a WR with a QB in this contest then your real choice is if you want to go here or with picks on DK and Lockett? OVER

Carson Wentz (17.2) 225 yards and 2 TD
My biggest issue here in coming up with a way he goes over is that it is being suggested he is going to lose some snaps and maybe even goal line looks to Hurts. However if you think that is mostly coach speak and Carson will get the whole game, we are going to be hard pressed not to pick over here. Literally every QB but Goff this year has gone over this projection against them, including Nick Mullins in a game he took over for an injured Jimmy G. OVER

Chris Carson (15.0) 70 total yards with 3 catches and a TD
Another no brainer here for me. The Eagles are better against the run, but the way that Seattle uses Carson is not the same as a traditional role. He has eclipsed this projection in all but 1 game when fully healthy and I feel the same way here. They get him creatively involved in the passing game and he has a nose for the endzone having a TD in every game he’s been on the field for this year but 1. OVER

Mile Sanders (15.0) 70 total yards with 3 catches and a TD
Even though I feel like both he and Carson have similar talents, I just don’t believe in the Philly coaching staff using him properly or the game script allowing him to see the amount of touches he needs to succeed. It wouldn’t surprise me if he did get there and I probably am not targeting this spot myself. If you force me to pick I am taking the UNDER

Tyler Lockett (17) 5 Catches 60 yards and a TD
His touchdowns seem to come in groups, and he probably needs 1 to hit this over, but I really like Seattle to light it up tonight. If you think like I do that Russ is going to have a 3-4 TD game it’s hard not to look for one to Lockett. OVER

Jalen Raegor (17.5) 4 catches 75 yards
The fact there is just too many places to throw to for the Eagles, plus the way Wentz has sucked, plus the fact Raegor has only hit the projection once and it took a TD to push him over are all lining up as an easy UNDER for me.

DK Metcalf (13.5) 5 Catches 65 yards and a TD
In any game this year DK has the one of the best chances to explode. My dilemma will be that I believe both are good calls for the over, but I can’t pick em both in the same game. So take the guy you think has the best chance to go over or do multiple prizepicks entries to play both guys but I am NOT going to pick them both on the same entry. OVER 

Travis Fulgham (11) 5 catches 60 yards
After 5 solid games straight he looks like a totally over matched by the DBs and poor accuracy of his QB. The last 2 games he has had 12 targets and only 2 catches for 16 yards. They spread the ball out too much and even against a bad SEA secondary I just can’t take the over on any individual from this offense. I know 1 will probably make it but each ones odds are less than 50% so UNDER all day.

Jacob Hollister (5.4) 3 catches 25 yards
Missing Olsen might gain him a few looks but this team is really not dependant on the TE position and Will Dissly is still heavily involved. I’m probably staying away from this spot all together as his floor is like 1 point and a couple catches can go right over that low projection, so it’s really a coin toss. If you make me pick I lean UNDER

Dallas Goedert (11.2) 5 catches 60 yards
Even though the Eagles play the most 2 TE snaps in the league I feel this might be a stretch even against this weaker defense. As bad as they have been Seattle has been very good against the TE as their linebacker corp has been good. I’ll say it again, one of these Philly pass catchers is going to go over, but the odds on any one when you single them out are poor so I am going UNDER again as a rule.

Not a big fan of taking Kickers because of how unpredictable they are but if I had to pick, I’d say under 9 on Myers and over 8 on Elliot, as the Eagles are more likely to struggle in the red zone than the Seahawks.


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