PlaySqorr Playbook - Week 13
Steve Pimental takes us through his NFL PlaySqorr Playbook for Week 13 with the best plays for Sunday's slate!
This time of year can be a bit dull for fantasy. If you aren’t going to make your season-long playoffs, it is easy to check out for the season. DFS is always an option but after 12 weeks of playing the same game, it may be time for something new. That is why I am so excited to play on PlaySqorr . PlaySqorr is a new kind of fantasy game where you pick over/unders or head-to-head matchups. The game is much more simple than traditional DFS but even more satisfying.
One of the things I like best about Sqorr is that it is just as easy to play from the mobile app as from your PC. Most DFS sites are a pain to navigate from your phone, but that is not the case with PlaySqorr.
With PlaySqorr, simply choose a card for the sport of your choice, and then make at least four picks from that card. The more picks you make, the higher the payout if you get them all correct. Four correct picks will win a 10X payout, all the way up to 500X if you make 10 picks. It’s that easy.
Another thing that makes PlaySqorr so much fun is the way they set up the cards. If you want to pick props for QBs, or tight ends, or every position, there is a card for that. There are late-game cards and my personal favorite, a card just for rookies.
Each week, I’ll make picks from at least one PlaySqorr card, as well as discussing general strategy for playing the game. We’re beginning this week with the aforementioned rookie card, though we will branch off into other cards and other sports in the coming weeks. I cannot wait to try Sqorr’s NBA and EPL cards, and you can rest assured I’ll be playing PGA cards once the season starts back up in January. Sign up today with Promo Code: ALARM for a $25 Deposit Match bonus.
NFL Young Gun Rookies Week 13
Josh Jacobs Over 11 fantasy points
Jacobs is averaging 15.1 fppg, and he has topped 11 fantasy points in six of his last eight games. He’s coming off a down game at the Jets, and I’m a bit concerned the Raiders will fall behind and abandon the run, but no team has allowed more fantasy points than the Chiefs this season.
Kyler Murray Over 18.5 fantasy points
Murray has scored at least 23 fantasy points in three straight games and five of his last seven. I’m a little concerned the hamstring issue he picked up on Friday will prevent him from running, but I believe in Murray and this offense, even in a tough matchup against the Rams.
Since Brown returned from his injury, he has outscored McLaurin in two of the four weeks. Brown has been boom-or-bust, scoring touchdowns at the Bengals and Rams but getting held below eight fantasy points against New England and Houston. If the 49ers are able to slow this offense, McLaurin could win quite comfortably. McLaurin hasn’t scored a touchdown in five straight games, but I doubt that continues too much longer.
A.J. Brown -1.75 vs. N’Keal Harry
Harry has four receptions total for 28 yards in two games since returning from IR. One of those receptions went for a touchdown, and this should be a good matchup against Houston, but I don’t know how you can possibly trust him. A.J. Brown is always capable of a stinker himself, but at least we’ve seen him top eight fantasy points in four of his last five games. I don’t feel great about trusting Brown, but I think I have to in this matchup.
Hardman has two receptions or fewer in three of his last five games, but he has touchdowns in three of those games. Samuel came back down to earth against Green Bay last week, but scored a touchdown to give him 13+ fantasy points in four of his last five games. I don’t love counting on a touchdown from Hardman, but I also think Samuel is overrated due to big games against Seattle and Arizona with George Kittle out and Emmanuel Sanders hobbled.