NFL DFS: DraftKings, FanDuel Daily Fantasy Football Picks, Stacks for Week 12, 2022 includes Chris Godwin

The Week 12 NFL DFS Player Pool is packed with household names for NFL DFS rosters. Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams has caught 26 passes for 413 yards and five touchdowns in the past three weeks. He’s hitting double-digit touchdowns for the sixth time in his last seven seasons and could be a solid option for NFL DFS stacks with quarterback Derek Carr. Meanwhile, Titans running back Derrick Henry has been a staple of the NFL’s daily fantasy football lineups for years and shows no sign of slowing down as he heads into the field with a league-leading 1,010 rushing yards on Sunday. He will take on a Bengals defense that lost two touchdowns to Steelers running back Najee Harris last week. Before you hit your Week 12 NFL DFS picks on Sunday at sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, be sure to check out NFL DFS advice, strategies and predictions from SportsLine Daily Fantasy expert Mike McClure.

McClure is a legendary professional DFS player with career earnings in excess of $2 million. His methodology has resulted in huge revenues at FanDuel and DraftKings. He won two high-stakes tournaments on FanDuel in 2020 and had two top-10 finishes in tournaments with over 130,000 participants on DraftKings. His lineups have also placed in the top 1% in over a dozen other tournaments.

It uses a powerful predictive model that simulates every moment of NFL action, taking into account factors such as matchups, statistical trends and injuries. This is how he finds the best DFS values, which he only shares with members of SportsLine.

He’s already won the DraftKings Millionaire Maker twice this year and the FanDuel Million once. Now, McClure has turned his attention to Sunday’s Week 12 and laid out his best daily fantasy football picks. You can only see his tips and analysis at SportsLine.

Top NFL DFS Picks for Week 12

One of McClure’s top NFL DFS picks for Week 12 is Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin with $6,000 on DraftKings and $7,000 on FanDuel. Until a 161-yard rushing breakout two weeks ago in London against the Seahawks, Tampa Bay’s historically poor running game had forced the team to throw productively, and Tom Brady is going into Week 12 averaging 42.7 pass attempts per game at the start.

That volume has been key to Godwin’s NFL Daily Fantasy Football value as he has 48 receptions in eight games so far this season. Godwin has only managed to muster 475 yards and one touchdown with that volume, but the result came in Tampa Bay’s last game against Seattle and he’s now had at least six receptions in his last seven games.

Part of McClure’s optimal NFL DFS strategy includes listing Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill for $8,800 at DraftKings and $9,200 at FanDuel. Hill had a touchdown catch in the second straight game against the Browns last week and still leads the NFL in receiving (81) and receiving yards (1,148).

Hill has had four games this season in which he has had double-digit receptions and rushed for at least 160 yards. This benefit is exactly why NFL DFS players use Hill on an almost weekly basis. He has another juicy week 12 matchup against the Texans. Houston ranks 26th in the NFL in adjusted yards per pass attempt (6.7) and has conceded 100-yard games to Michael Pittman Jr., Courtland Sutton, Marvin Jones and Mike Williams this season. You can see the rest of McClure’s NFL DFS advice here.

How to create NFL DFS lineups for week 12

McClure is also targeting another underrated player who could explode for big numbers on Sunday. This choice could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is at SportsLine and the rest of McClure’s NFL DFS picks.

Who does Mike McClure include in his optimal NFL DFS lineups for Sunday? And which under-the-radar player is a must-roster? Visit SportsLine now to see optimal NFL DFS picks, rankings, advice and stacks, all from a DFS expert who has made over $2 million on his daily fantasy picks, and find out.

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