For the second straight week, Sunday Night Football will feature a fierce divisional rivalry. In Week 2, the New England Patriots will host the Miami Dolphins with two former Alabama quarterbacks sharing the same field. Tua Tagovailoa and Mac Jones surely rewarded those who slotted them into NFL DFS lineups last week on sites like FanDuel and DraftKings. Both threw a league-high three touchdown passes, with Tagovailoa also recording 466 passing yards as he accumulated more points than any other QB in the NFL DFS player pool.
It may be asking for a bit much to expect a similar performance, but both QBs should be on your Fantasy radar. For single-game NFL DFS contests, rostering two quarterbacks is certainly an option, but is it the best option for Dolphins vs. Patriots? Before locking in any NFL DFS picks for Patriots vs. Dolphins, be sure to check out the NFL DFS advice, strategy, and stacks from SportsLine daily Fantasy expert Mike McClure.
McClure is a legendary professional DFS player with over $2 million in career winnings. He uses a powerful prediction model that simulates every snap of NFL action, taking factors such as matchups, statistical trends and injuries into account. This allows him to find the best DFS values that he shares only with members at SportsLine. His methodology has led to enormous cashes on FanDuel and DraftKings.
He took down two high-stakes tournaments on FanDuel in 2020 and recorded a pair of top-10 finishes in tournaments with over 130,000 entrants on DraftKings. His lineups also finished inside the top 1 percent in more than a dozen other tournaments. Last year, he won the DraftKings Millionaire Maker twice and the FanDuel Million once.
Now, McClure has turned his attention to Dolphins vs. Patriots and locked in his top daily Fantasy football picks. You can only see them by heading to SportsLine.
Top NFL DFS picks for Dolphins vs. Patriots
One of McClure’s top NFL DFS picks for Sunday Night Football is Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill. The speedy wideout currently tops the receiving triple-crown categories as he leads the NFL in receptions (11), receiving yards (215), and receiving touchdowns (two). His 215 receiving yards were the third-most in a Week 1 game in NFL history.
The Tagovailoa-Hill connection could very well be the best in the NFL as Hill is averaging 115.9 receiving yards per game when Tagovailoa starts, compared to 75.5 yards with any other Miami QB starting. Hill had 157 total yards and a score in his two games versus New England last season, one of which came with Teddy Bridgewater under center. For his career, Hill has averaged over 95 yards per game against the Pats, securing six touchdowns across six games.
Part of McClure’s optimal NFL DFS strategy also includes stacking Hill with running back Raheem Mostert, who is one of the last RBs left standing in Miami with injuries to Jeff Wilson Jr. and Devon Achane. As a result, Mostert is an every-down back for the time being and received 80% of the running back touches in Week 1 versus the Chargers, producing 50 scrimmage yards and a touchdown.
Mostert also had two carries and a reception in the red zone in Week 1, so Miami trusts him to find the endzone. Even when he wasn’t the featured back, Mostert still had a highly productive game in his last outing versus New England. In Week 17 of the 2022 season, he had 91 total yards and a touchdown against the Patriots, so you can comfortably slot him into your NFL DFS lineups. See the rest of McClure’s NFL DFS player pool here.
How to set NFL DFS lineups for Patriots vs. Dolphins
McClure is also targeting an undervalued player who is set to explode for huge numbers on Sunday night. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is here.
So who is Mike McClure putting in his optimal NFL DFS lineups for Sunday Night Football? Visit SportsLine now to see optimal NFL DFS picks, rankings, advice, and stacks, all from a daily Fantasy expert with more than $2 million in winnings, and find out.
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