Matchup Analysis: Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Seahawks 21, Packers 25

FBG Projections

TeamRushYardsTDCompAttPass YdTDINT

Seattle Seahawks Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Seahawks Offense24.8 (+2.1) (10)133 (+20) (6)242 (+7) (11)
Packers Defense19.6 (-3.2) (9)120 (+6) (23)233 (-2) (14)

Green Bay Packers Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Packers Offense23.5 (+0.8) (14)112 (+0) (15)233 (-1) (17)
Seahawks Defense23.9 (+1.2) (20)118 (+4) (22)258 (+23) (26)

Seahawks Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Packers defense.

Seattle's rushing attack is one of the highest-volume units in the NFL, even though the efficiency numbers for the offense are uninspiring on this front. In recent weeks, in the absence of the team's original top-three running backs, Travis Homer has led the charge in Seattle's backfield. Homer has played at least 67-percent of snaps and tallying at least 10 carries in each of the last 2 games. Marshawn Lynch, who was lured out of quasi-retirement to join this playoff run, has played no more than 31-percent of Seattle's offensive snaps while carrying the ball 12 and 6 times in each of the last 2 games, respectively. Lynch, however, does command the highly-valuable red-zone carries, resulting in the team's only two rushing touchdowns in their last two games. Seahawks coaches have made comments throughout the week that Lynch's role will likely increase ahead of their game this weekend. However, unless he absorbs most of Homer's workload, he remains a relatively unenticing fantasy asset this weekend running behind Seattle's below-average offensive line.

Green Bay's run defense is a mediocre unit all around, facing medial volume, yet allowing the 11th-most rushing yardage in the league on 4.7 yards per carry, which ranks 9th-worst in the NFL this year. The Packers have only allowed 3 100-yard rushers this year, but their 15 rushing scores allowed (3rd-most in the league) left Green Bay's defense ranked 8th-worst in the NFL in fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs this season. In the trenches, Za'Darius Smith and Kenny Clark are the team's two most impactful run stoppers, with each player registering at least 36 run-stops this season. At linebacker, Blake Martinez is as reliable as they come. Martinez ranks 2nd in the NFL in solo tackles this season, with 97 to his name. Unfortunately, this is largely a product of a lack of impactful players elsewhere on this defense beyond the defensive line, as Martinez is not particularly impressive in his ability to sniff out plays before they happen and stop opponents in the backfield (only five tackles-for-loss this year.) In the secondary, Adrian Amos has been everything the Packers hoped he would be when they signed him away from the Chicago Bears this offseason. Amos has not only been an incredible pass defender, but he has arguably been the team's best and most consistent run defender, tallying 65 solo tackles himself this season. In sum, aside from a strong defensive front and Adrian Amos at the back-end of the defense, the Packers lack the requisite playmakers and run-stoppers to stifle strong rushing attacks. Should the Seahawks attempt to establish the run this weekend, much like they have all season, they should see reasonable success, but who gets the bulk of the carries in their backfield is unclear at this point.

Seahawks Passing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Packers defense.

The Seattle Seahawks' passing attack is inarguably one of the most underutilized units in the NFL. The Seahawks, led by Russell Wilson, field one of the lowest-volume yet most-efficient passing games in the league this season. Down the stretch, especially in close games, the Seahawks have relied more heavily upon Wilson, with him attempting 40 passes in the team's Week 17 loss to the 49ers, his highest tally since Week 9. Through the air, Wilson heavily favors his top two recievers: D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Metcalf's role has grown recently, with 21 targets across his last 2 games, including a 7-catch, 120-yard, and 1-score performance to clinch a victory last week in the team's wildcard matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles. Lockett has been the more consistent of the two, registering at least seven targets in each of his last four games after recovering from a midseason injury and illness that suppressed his production in late-November and early-December. Aside from these two, Seattle's receiving weapons are unenticing for any fantasy purposes, and the team's offensive line does Russell Wilson no favors. As a whole, Seattle's front-5 grades as the 30th-best unit in the NFL, according to Matt Bitonti. Russell Wilson will likely need to produce another heroic performance to best Green Bay this weekend.

The Green Bay Packers' pass defense is loaded with talent up-front and in the secondary, with a relative void of pass-defending talent at the linebacker position. On the season, the Packers ranked as a middle-of-the-pack unit in total passing attempts defended, total passing yardage and passing efficiency allowed; however, their unsustainable ability to prevent scores through the air while generating frequent turnovers salvaged respectable numbers. Upon further investigation, the talent of this unit resembles that of a top-end pass defense rather than the mediocre unit they played like this year. Along the defensive line, Preston Smith and Za'Darius Smith registered 12 and 13.5 sacks, respectively, off the edge. Kenny Clark also shined as one of the league's stronger pass-rushers along the interior with six sacks to his name as well. At linebacker, Blake Martinez rarely leaves the field, leading to some respectable pass-defending totals, but he grades as merely an average pass-defender, as do most of the rest of the Packers' options at the positions. In the secondary, Jaire Alexander and Tramon Williams have both impressed at the cornerback position, while Adrian Amos stands out as one of the league's better coverage safeties. Green Bay's defensive backfield, as a whole, is one of the deepest and most talented in the league, which leads one to believe this defense is poised to give opposing passing attacks fits throughout the playoffs. In total, Seattle's offensive line could be in for a long day at the office this weekend attempting to stifle Green Bay's top-flight pass-rush, leading to a difficult matchup for Russell Wilson and the rest of the team's passing attack.

Packers Rushing offense

Good matchup vs. the Seahawks defense.

Green Bay's rushing attack grades firmly as a league-average unit across the board, ranking between 13th and 16th in the NFL in rushing volume, yardage, and efficiency. The Packers realized early in the season that Aaron Jones' workload in their rushing attack was unsustainable for him to produce down the stretch and throughout a potential playoff run. Subsequently, Jones' weekly involvement in the team's attack was curbed, leading to an uptick in Jamaal Williams' usage in the backfield. Jones typically plays approximately 60-percent of the team's offensive snaps, carrying the ball around 13 times per game, while Williams absorbs the remaining 40-percent of snaps and about 7 carries per game. Aaron Jones may see an increased workload in the playoffs, considering the team's season is on the line every week, and this is the exact situation the team could have been saving him for. Overall, the Packers' top-tier offensive line enables either back to excel when called upon, but Jones projects to offer far more value in fantasy lineups.

The Seattle Seahawks' run defense defended the 7th-lowest volume on the ground in the NFL this season; however, they still struggled to limit opposing rushing attacks, allowing the 11th-most rushing yards, 3rd-most rushing touchdowns, and 6th-worst rushing efficiency of any team in the league. The personnel in Seattle's front-seven is impressive, but one common theme throughout the defense plagues this unit: missed tackles. Seattle's unit of run-stopping defensive linemen, including Jadeveon Clowney, Poona Ford, Al Woods, Jarran Reed, and Quinton Jefferson, is one of the deepest in the NFL. However, many of these players struggle to wrap up and finish tackles when they fill rushing lanes, with 34 missed tackles between the 5 players. At linebacker, however, Seattle fields two elite run-stoppers, with Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright both excelling at filling rushing lanes and finishing tackles. Wagner ranks 8th in the league in solo tackles this year with 86 to his name, as opposed to just 8 missed tackles. In the secondary, none of Seattle's defensive backs stand out as notable run-supporters aside from Shaquill Griffin, who has quickly made a name for himself as one of the league's best young corners both against the run and the pass. Overall, Green Bay's pair of elusive running backs is primed to give Seattle's struggling run defense fits this weekend in a relatively soft matchup here in the Divisional round of the playoffs.

Packers Passing offense

Good matchup vs. the Seahawks defense.

The Green Bay Packers' passing game is perhaps one of the more overrated units in the NFL, as they sport mediocre yardage, scoring, and efficiency numbers. However, given the reputation of quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his ability to avoid turning the ball over (just four interceptions on the season, which ranks first in the league) have helped this unit avoid intense scrutiny this season. On the year, Aaron Rodgers' 26 passing touchdowns and 6.1 net yards per pass attempt both rank as pedestrian totals through the air, but he has supported one of the league's premier fantasy wide receivers. Davante Adams tallied over 11.5 targets per game across the last 5 games of the season, hauling in nearly 8 passes per game and 4 total touchdowns. Aside from Allen Lazard, who commanded just over five targets per game throughout the Packers' final five outings, no other Green Bay wide receiver commanded a double-digit target share down the stretch. Green Bay's offensive line is one of the league's strongest units, and they should hold their own in the trenches against Seattle's mediocre pass-rush this weekend, affording the opportunity for the Packers' average passing attack to excel when it matters the most.

Seattle's pass defense is a mediocre unit overall whose struggles have been masked by flukey touchdown totals allowed through the air, coupled with an impressive ability to generate interceptions. The Seahawks allowed the 6th-most passing yards of any team in the NFL this season, and their 6.7 net yards per attempt allowed ranks 7th worst in the league as well. Along the defensive line, Jadeveon Clowney has been the team's lone pass-rusher to make a consistent and positive impact. Opposite Clowney, Ezekiel Ansah has been wildly disappointing this season, but he picked up an injury last weekend that has his status for the Divisional round in doubt. If Ansah cannot suit up, expect second-year edge rusher Rasheem Green to start in his place. Green's production to this point in his career has been mediocre at best, and he offers very little support for Clowney overall. Then, at linebacker, Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright have been horrific against the pass in 2019. Lastly, in the secondary, Shaquill Griffin and Quandre Diggs are the team's biggest difference-makers against the pass. Griffin is an emerging star at the cornerback position, and he consistently locks-down his half of the field. Diggs, a midseason acquisition from Detroit, has been an incredible asset for the Seahawks when healthy this year. Other than these two, however, Seattle's secondary is porous, with cornerback Tre Flowers grading as one of the league's weakest players in coverage opposite Griffin. In total, this unit will have its hands full against Green Bay's average passing attack. Should the Packers turn to Aaron Rodgers to win this game, he will face a path of little resistance against the Seahawks' weak pass defense.

Packers vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5 (-3.2)5 (-3.2)5 (-3.4)5 (-3.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5 (-4.8)5 (-4.6)6 (-3.9)9T (-3.7)
15Mitchell Trubisky84295333412429021.621.618.321.3
16Kirk Cousins541631122110009.
17David Blough60122912201211014.115.113.413.9

Russell Wilson (FanDuel: $7900, DraftKings: $6600)

16vs ARI5716311691022012.712.711.011.0
17vs SF75254023320829022.622.620.220.2
18@ PHI64183032510945024.824.821.524.5
19PROJ-Dodds20322441.40.54200.119.919.919.9 (H=44)19.9 (H=53)
19PROJ-Tremblay20322371.30.74200.118.918.918.9 (H=41)18.9 (H=49)
19PROJ-Bloom17262201.70.53160. (H=45)20.1 (H=54)

Packers vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23 (+2.2)25 (+2.5)24 (+2.4)25 (+2.5)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-4.5)11 (-3.5)11 (-3.9)11 (-4.2)
15Tarik Cohen5582801075708.515.512.015.5
15David Montgomery3614390111004.
16Ameer Abdullah324270763105.811.88.811.8
16Mike Boone181128011503.
17Kerryon Johnson2711531000011.311.311.311.3
17Ty Johnson8365020006.

Marshawn Lynch (FanDuel: $6000, DraftKings: $4800)

17vs SF231234100.0009.
18@ PHI1867132.02509.
19PROJ-Dodds12510.50.6508.69.28.9 (H=14)9.2 (H=19)
19PROJ-Tremblay12500.30.0006.86.86.8 (H=9)6.8 (H=11)
19PROJ-Bloom19700.61.080.1121312.5 (H=26)13.0 (H=35)

Travis Homer (FanDuel: $5500, DraftKings: $5100)

16vs ARI28516086.02604.
17vs SF501062055.03009.214.211.714.2
18@ PHI441112011.0501.
19PROJ-Dodds10380.22.9200.17.610.59.1 (H=16)10.5 (H=23)
19PROJ-Tremblay10410.23.3240.18.311.610.0 (H=19)11.6 (H=27)
19PROJ-Bloom4130.12.01203.15.14.1 (H=4)5.1 (H=6)

Packers vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)11 (-1.8)8 (-4.0)10 (-3.0)10 (-3.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18 (-0.8)15 (-2.2)13 (-1.5)16 (-1.2)
15Anthony Miller79159118100017.826.822.329.8
15Allen Robinson80147125000012.519.516.022.5
16Stefon Diggs465357100011.714.713.214.7
16Olabisi Johnson2421600000.
17Kenny Golladay23437200007.210.28.710.2
17Danny Amendola44421600006.

Tyler Lockett (FanDuel: $6700, DraftKings: $6600)

16vs ARI4881.01200001.
17vs SF7076.051100011.
18@ PHI6084.06200006.
19PROJ-Dodds4.8660.4000913.811.4 (H=20)13.8 (H=28)
19PROJ-Tremblay4.9650.40008.913.811.4 (H=20)13.8 (H=28)
19PROJ-Bloom4.0660.600010.214.212.2 (H=22)14.2 (H=30)

DK Metcalf (FanDuel: $7000, DraftKings: $6800)

16vs ARI5610.000000000.00.0
17vs SF74126.081100014.
18@ PHI5897.01601000222925.532.0
19PROJ-Dodds4.3630.30008.112.410.3 (H=16)12.4 (H=23)
19PROJ-Tremblay3.8560.30007.411.29.3 (H=13)11.2 (H=19)
19PROJ-Bloom5.0730.600010.915.913.4 (H=25)15.9 (H=35)

David Moore (FanDuel: $5100, DraftKings: $3900)

16vs ARI1021.02101190452.54.0
17vs SF5422.0300000354.05.0
18@ PHI4342.05700005.
19PROJ-Dodds1.9330.11304.26.15.2 (H=6)6.1 (H=11)
19PROJ-Tremblay1.7250.11303.45.14.3 (H=4)5.1 (H=8)
19PROJ-Bloom2.0290.10003.55.54.5 (H=5)5.5 (H=9)

John Ursua (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3000)

16vs ARI000.000000000.00.0
17vs SF711.01100001.
18@ PHI800.000000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds0.8110.10001.72.52.1 (H=1)2.5 (H=3)
19PROJ-Tremblay0.8110.10001.72.52.1 (H=1)2.5 (H=3)

Packers vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)20 (+0.2)19 (+0.2)17 (-0.0)19 (+0.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)1 (-6.4)1 (-8.6)1 (-8.1)1 (-9.1)
15Jesper Horsted4131900.91.9-0.60.9
16Kyle Rudolph3621700.
17Logan Thomas28311501.

Jacob Hollister (FanDuel: $5700, DraftKings: $4000)

16vs ARI4365.06406.411.48.911.4
17vs SF6784.02502.
18@ PHI5642.01601.
19PROJ-Dodds3.9360. (H=11)9.3 (H=23)
19PROJ-Tremblay4.3380. (H=12)9.9 (H=26)
19PROJ-Bloom3.0320.3586.5 (H=8)8.0 (H=18)

Packers vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-0.8)7 (-0.8)9T (-0.5) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13 (-0.6)13 (-0.6)13 (-0.5) (+0.0)
15Eddy Pineiro2211777.07.0
16Dan Bailey1111444.04.0
17Matt Prater22228811.011.0

Jason Myers (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

16vs ARI2211779.09.0
17vs SF0033333.03.0
18@ PHI1222556.06.0

Packers vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)3 (-2.7)3 (-2.7)9T (-3.0)9T (-3.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12T (-1.8)12T (-1.8)9 (-2.3)9 (-2.3)
15Chicago Bears2129210000111.01.0
16Minnesota Vikings2338331200999.09.0
17Detroit Lions2343211000333.03.0

Seattle Seahawks (FanDuel: $3500, DraftKings: $2600)

16vs ARI27.0041220000224.04.0
17vs SF26.0039820000222.02.0
18@ PHI9.00282700007711.011.0
19PROJ-Dodds25.103712.20.70.600. (H=17)7.3 (H=24)
19PROJ-Tremblay25.003692.30.80.600. (H=19)7.6 (H=25)

Seahawks vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15 (-0.2)14 (-0.2)13T (-0.7)15 (-0.4)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)6 (-4.0)6 (-4.1)9 (-3.6)5 (-4.6)
15Kyle Allen72254127713525017.417.414.614.6
16Kyler Murray37111811810640013.913.912.712.7
17Jimmy Garoppolo5018222850024014.714.711.811.8
18Josh McCown60182417400523011.

Aaron Rodgers (FanDuel: $8100, DraftKings: $6500)

16@ MIN772640216013-309.
17@ DET8827553232121023.323.320.023.0
19PROJ-Dodds23352481.50.53130.119.819.819.8 (H=43)19.8 (H=54)
19PROJ-Tremblay23362531.40.83140.119.419.419.4 (H=41)19.4 (H=52)
19PROJ-Bloom20282071.80.53130.118.918.918.9 (H=40)18.9 (H=50)

Seahawks vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)21 (+1.2)19 (+1.3)18 (+0.9)17 (+0.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+5.3)26 (+5.5)27 (+5.6)25 (+5.6)
15Christian McCaffrey721987210888029.537.533.537.5
15Reggie Bonnafon000000000.
16Kenyan Drake562416624318030.433.431.936.4
16David Johnson1523011400.
17Raheem Mostert27105722116019.320.319.820.3
17Kyle Juszczyk34000114904.
18Miles Sanders491469053807.710.79.210.7
18Boston Scott216250332304.

Aaron Jones (FanDuel: $8200, DraftKings: $7400)

16@ MIN5223154232.060283027.032.0
17@ DET7525100062.043014.316.315.319.3
19PROJ-Dodds16730.83.4310.115.819.217.5 (H=34)19.2 (H=45)
19PROJ-Tremblay15720.83.8330.115.919.717.8 (H=35)19.7 (H=47)
19PROJ-Bloom198113.0230.217.620.619.1 (H=40)20.6 (H=50)

Jamaal Williams (FanDuel: $5100, DraftKings: $4600)

16@ MIN21633022.01905.
17@ DET000000.000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds6280.11.9130. (H=9)7.2 (H=13)
19PROJ-Tremblay6280.11.6120. (H=8)6.8 (H=12)
19PROJ-Bloom4150. (H=3)4.2 (H=5)

Seahawks vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13 (-1.3)13 (-1.3)13 (-1.1)16 (-0.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)8 (-4.2)8 (-7.1)8 (-5.7)8 (-6.6)
15D.J. Moore701281130110012.320.316.323.3
15Curtis Samuel6685311423011.416.413.916.4
16Larry Fitzgerald607448100010.814.812.814.8
16Pharoh Cooper21221400001.
17Deebo Samuel39551020233119.524.522.027.5
17Emmanuel Sanders46432500002.
18Greg Ward50432401302.
18Deontay Burnett1311500000.

Davante Adams (FanDuel: $8400, DraftKings: $7800)

16@ MIN621613.0116000011.624.616.126.6
17@ DET78137.093100015.322.318.822.3
19PROJ-Dodds7.2870.500011.718.915.3 (H=26)18.9 (H=41)
19PROJ-Tremblay7.0890.500011.918.915.4 (H=27)18.9 (H=41)
19PROJ-Bloom8.0850.800013.321.317.3 (H=33)21.3 (H=51)

Allen Lazard (FanDuel: $5400, DraftKings: $4500)

16@ MIN5895.04500004.
17@ DET6784.069100012.916.914.916.9
19PROJ-Dodds2.7360.20004.87.56.2 (H=8)7.5 (H=14)
19PROJ-Tremblay2.4330.20204.77.15.9 (H=8)7.1 (H=13)
19PROJ-Bloom3.0440.30006.29.27.7 (H=12)9.2 (H=20)

Geronimo Allison (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $3600)

16@ MIN3320.000000002.02.0
17@ DET5443.01700001.
19PROJ-Dodds1.7170.10002.343.2 (H=3)4.0 (H=6)
19PROJ-Tremblay1.6180.10002.443.2 (H=3)4.0 (H=6)
19PROJ-Bloom2.0150.10002.14.13.1 (H=3)4.1 (H=6)

Marquez Valdes-Scantling (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $3000)

16@ MIN1111.0600000.
17@ DET2072.01900001.
19PROJ-Dodds0.9140.100022.92.5 (H=2)2.9 (H=4)
19PROJ-Tremblay0.7110.10001.72.42.1 (H=1)2.4 (H=3)
19PROJ-Bloom1.0140.1000232.5 (H=2)3.0 (H=4)

Jake Kumerow (FanDuel: $4900, DraftKings: $3200)

16@ MIN2810.000000000.00.0
17@ DET1721.0700000.
19PROJ-Dodds0.8120.10001.82.62.2 (H=1)2.6 (H=3)
19PROJ-Tremblay0.3500000.50.80.6 (H=0)0.8 (H=0)
19PROJ-Bloom1.0130.10001.92.92.4 (H=1)2.9 (H=3)

Seahawks vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)31 (+1.8)31 (+3.3)31 (+2.6)31 (+3.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18 (-0.0)22 (+0.5)19 (+0.3)21 (+0.4)
15Ian Thomas69422302.
16Maxx Williams45223603.
17George Kittle47778609.316.312.816.3
18Dallas Goedert67877307.314.310.814.3

Jimmy Graham (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3300)

16@ MIN4111.01601.
17@ DET4874.04904.
19PROJ-Dodds2.0230. (H=5)5.5 (H=11)
19PROJ-Tremblay2.0230. (H=5)5.5 (H=11)
19PROJ-Bloom1. (H=1)2.4 (H=2)

Marcedes Lewis (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $2500)

16@ MIN4111.0200.
17@ DET3211.01201.
19PROJ-Dodds0.8100. (H=1)2.4 (H=3)
19PROJ-Tremblay0.890. (H=1)2.3 (H=3)
19PROJ-Bloom0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Seahawks vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13T (-0.4)13T (-0.4)23T (-0.5) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22T (+1.1)22T (+1.1)23 (+1.4) (+0.0)
15Joey Slye1133668.08.0
16Zane Gonzalez23339910.010.0
17Robbie Gould2222889.09.0
18Jake Elliott33009910.010.0

Mason Crosby (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

16@ MIN33019910.010.0
17@ DET3422111112.012.0

Seahawks vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)25 (+1.4)25 (+1.4)17 (+0.2)17 (+0.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)5T (-2.9)5T (-2.9)8 (-2.4)8 (-2.4)
15Carolina Panthers3042821000443.03.0
16Arizona Cardinals13224501007711.011.0
17San Francisco 49ers2134810000111.01.0
18Philadelphia Eagles1738210000112.02.0

Green Bay Packers (FanDuel: $4400, DraftKings: $2800)

16@ MIN10.00139510007711.011.0
17@ DET20.0030511000334.04.0
19PROJ-Dodds21.103682.60.70.700. (H=22)9.4 (H=34)
19PROJ-Tremblay21.003592.10.70.800. (H=20)9.1 (H=32)