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FanDuel Single-Game Daily Fantasy Football Helper: Super Bowl LV

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Mahomes, Brady,
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Brandon Gdula
Patrick Mahomes
Travis Kelce
Tyreek Hill
Tom Brady
Leonard Fournette
Chris Godwin
Mike Evans
Ronald Jones
Derrick Henry
Jim Sannes
Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Darrel Williams
Antonio Brown
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Harrison Butker
Ryan Succop

Sammy Watkins
Byron Pringle
Demarcus Robinson
Mecole Hardman
Cameron Brate
Rob Gronkowski
Scotty Miller

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Kansas City
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Super Bowl LV
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Positivity     40.98%   
   Negativity   59.02%
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Be sure to check out all our Super Bowl content from this week, but if you're planning to play FanDuel's single-game DFS slate, you've come to the right place. Mahomes easily tops numberFire's Super Bowl projections, and no one comes close to his per-game average of FanDuel points (25.1). Recency bias could boost Kelce's popularity -- he's coming off a 30.3-point outing in the AFC Championship Game -- so not only is it possible that Hill will be the least popular of KC's big three, but wide receivers aren't rostered at MVP (16.3%) nearly as often as quarterbacks despite being the optimal MVP 24.2% of the time. Hill's high-water mark is a ridiculous 51.4 FanDuel points this season, which came against Tampa Bay.Tight ends are typically a poor MVP choice, but we should throw that out the window when it comes to Kelce. While it's worth noting Brady played in two more games than Mahomes this season, the two actually posted the same number of games with 29-plus FanDuel points (5). The only other players who project for double-digit points all come from Tampa Bay: Leonard Fournette ($12,500), Chris Godwin ($12,000), and Mike Evans ($11,500).Let's face it -- these guys aren't likely to outperform all four of Mahomes, Brady, Kelce, and Hill on Sunday. Ultimately, you can't totally write off Brown on a single-game slate -- he did crack double-digit points in 5 of 10 games this season (6 times if you round up his 9.8 points in Week 11) -- but he feels like a true wild card. This isn't mind-blowing usage because Kelce and Hill have a near-monopoly in this passing attack, but Watkins and Hardman are our best ways to gain exposure on the cheap.On the other side, Cameron Brate ($7,000) has emerged this postseason with the fourth-most targets (16) in the Bucs' three games behind Godwin (28), Evans (21), and Fournette (17), but we'll have to keep an eye on his status after being limited on Thursday.

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