BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - SEPTEMBER 29: Nick Chubb #24 of the Cleveland Browns carries the ball against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on September 29, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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Despite some scares around the NFL this week in regards to COVID-19, we are good to go with 12 games today. So naturally, it is time to go over a DFS lineup that could land you some extra money heading into Cyber Monday tomorrow.

If you used the lineup last week, you came into some money, not much, but some is better than none.

Now, let’s get to the Week 12 FanDuel DFS lineup.

Quarterback: Justin Herbert – LAC – The rookie has multiple touchdown passes in seven consecutive weeks, something no other rookie has ever done. The Bills are a good team and will likely win, but that shouldn’t take Herbert out of your lineup. Buffalo gives up 21.2 fantasy PPG to opposing quarterbacks.

Cost: $8,400

 Running Back: Nick Chubb – CLE – Chubb has rushed for over 100 yards in each of the last two weeks since returning from injury. The last two weeks were due to terrible weather in Cleveland, but now they go to sunny Jacksonville, but the results should be the same for Chubb. The Jags give up 23.6 PPG to opposing running backs.

Cost: $8,400

Running Back: Kareem Hunt– CLE – Stacking the two stud backs in Cleveland is a good idea always, but especially against the Jags. With the weather going to be better than it has the last month or so for the Browns, the passing game opens up a bit more, so expect a big day on the ground and in the air for Hunt.

Cost: $6,600

Wide Receiver: Nelson Agholor – LV- Agholor has had a resurgence in Las Vegas this season with Derek Carr. He has a touchdown in three of the past five weeks and has a favorable matchup with the Falcons. Plus, he’s a cheap play and one that could find the end zone again.

Cost: $5,200

Wide Receiver: Robby Anderson – CAR – Look, Anderson is very touchdown dependent, but facing a Vikings team that has allowed 17 touchdowns to opposing receivers this season is encouraging.

Cost: $6,400

Wide Receiver: D.J. Moore CAR – Again, Minnesota is the team that continues to gift opposing wide receivers, and Moore could have a big week. In his last two games, Moore has 11 receptions, 223 yards and a touchdown.

Cost: $7,300

Tight End: Hunter Henry – LAC – Henry has a touchdown in consecutive weeks and Buffalo has given up six touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season along with 12.6 fantasy PPG. Stacking Henry with Herbert is a solid play this week.

Cost: $5,900

FLEX: Nyheim Hines – IND – Just two weeks ago, Hines tore the Titans up to the tune of 115 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns. Jonathan Taylor is out this week, so you can expect the workload of Hines to increase.

Cost: $5,700

Defense: Miami Dolphins – Look, the Jets are a mess. Sam Darnold returns this week, but so does Adam Gase as the primary play-caller. The Dolphins defense, outside of last week, has been among the one of the best for fantasy this season. Miami has at least one takeaway in nine-straight games and you should expect them to get at least another one today.

Cost: $5,000

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