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4 FanDuel NFL Studs to Target in Week 12

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the New England Patriots
Buffalo Bills
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the Green Bay Packers
Urban Meyer
the Jacksonville Jaguars
the Atlanta Falcons

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Tom Brady
Mike Evans
Chris Godwin
Rob Gronkowski
Jonathan Taylor
Cooper Kupp
Robert Woods
Justin Jefferson
Kyle Pitts
Bill Belichick
Calvin Ridley
George Kittle
Nicholas Vazquez

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Whether it’s trying to capture a safe floor in a cash game or chasing a huge game to help you win a tournament, nailing the expensive players is one of the keys to making winning NFL lineups on FanDuel.Week 12's main slate is a bit abbreviated due to Thanksgiving, but there are still enough stars to consider in lineups this week.FanDuel Salary: $8,200Projected Points: 20.9In season 22 and at age 46, Tom Brady is still relevant in fantasy. For fantasy, they allow the second-most adjusted fantasy points per drop back in the league.Tampa has the highest implied team total on the main slate this week, something that helps Brady's outlook a great deal. If Taylor can break a long run early in the game, it would force Brady to throw even more than normal and give us nice correlation that we can use in a tournament lineup.FanDuel Salary: $9,500Projected Points: 17.2After two games off the main slate and then a bye, we've gotten a break from having to consider playing Cooper Kupp. Green Bay ranks sixth in fantasy points per target allowed to receivers, but we just saw Justin Jefferson light them up for 33.2 FanDuel points last week, and Kupp could do something similar.Despite the difficult matchup, Kupp is still our highest projected wide receiver. He's been the best WR in fantasy this season and is always a great option on any slate.FanDuel Salary: $6,600Projected Points 12.2It hasn't been easy for Kyle Pitts in his first season in the NFL.

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