OwnersBox NFL DFS is back for the Monday Night Football showdown between the Seattle Seahawks and the New York Giants. It can be hard to find low-priced salary savers while still being unique in the OwnersBox DFS Prime Time Flex format, but luckily the Giants have several value receivers on this slate. Let’s take a look at the top DFS value picks at $4,000 or below for Seahawks-Giants on Monday Night Football.
OwnersBox NFL DFS Picks: Seahawks-Giants DFS Values for MNF
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Top NFL DFS Value Plays
Darius Slayton – $4,000
The Giants haven’t had a No. 1 wide receiver since the departure of Odell Beckham several seasons ago. The de facto candidate now leading their receiver room is Darius Slayton. Slayton is second on the team in targets and receiving yards after Darren Waller. He has caught three passes in all three of the Giants games this year, being targeted at least five times in every one of their contests. The Giants offense has struggled, limiting Slayton’s productivity, but at $4,000 it’s simply too cheap for a receiver with his target share.
Slayton projects for 9.25 fantasy points in Stokastic’s custom OwnersBox NFL DFS projections. That won’t pace the slate, but it does pace the Giants options at the receiver position. For $4,000, you can’t do much better. Slayton is the fourth-best point-per-dollar value for Seahawks-Giants DFS on Monday.
Parris Campbell – $3,700
If Slayton is No. 1 in the Giants’ receiving room, Parris Campbell might be No. 1B. Campbell hasn’t had the snap share of Slayton, and he isn’t expected to be as productive. However, Campbell has matched Slayton’s statistical output in the first three games of 2023. Campbell has been targeted six times in the last two games and four times in Week 1. He is second on the Giants in receptions this year with 11. The downside for Campbell is his average depth of target. Campbell has managed to post just 47 receiving yards on those 11 catches for 4.3 per reception.
Campbell still makes for a strong point-per-dollar play on Monday Night Football who can certainly put up a necessary score. Stokastic’s projections have him tabbed for 6.47 fantasy points, making him worth considering as a DFS value play.
Wan’Dale Robinson – $3,500
After returning from injury, Wan’Dale Robinson put up a solid performance in the Giants’ Week 3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Robinson wasn’t able to break a big gain, but he was targeted five times, catching four for 21 yards. He’ll need to pick up his yard per reception average if he is going to damage. Robinson has the talent to make that happen, and he could be on the rise as he works back into the Giants receiver rotation. Robinson is returning from an ACL injury he suffered at the end of last season. He was drafted by the Giants in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, and the capital investment made by the team could indicate that they have serious plans for him.
Robinson projects for 5.95 fantasy points for Seahawks-Giants OwnersBox NFL DFS. He’s the third-best point-per-dollar option at receiver for the Giants, and his minimum salary could be important if you’re trying to spend up elsewhere in lineups. Robinson has significant upside relative to his price if the team decides to get him more involved in their passing attack. This may be a decent buy-low opportunity.
Noah Fant – $3,800
It takes a bit of scrolling to find a top value play on the Seahawks on this slate. Noah Fant has emerged as the clear leader at the tight end position in Seattle. He is now in his second year with the team, providing a solid third option for Geno Smith. Fant doesn’t get the attention of D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, but at $3,800 he won’t need too much to go his way. Fant is tabbed for 5.55 fantasy points on OwnersBox DFS this week.
Colby Parkinson – $3,500
Will Dissly – $3,600
Despite Fant’s leadership in the Seahawks tight end room, the team has been keen to rotate several guys at the position. Enter Colby Parkinson and Will Dissly. The duo are in their fourth and sixth years in this organization, respectively. The Seahawks have never thought of them as starting tight ends, but they know this offense well and are used frequently enough to warrant consideration for this Monday Night Football DFS slate. Parkinson is a bit more of a receiving option than Dissly, who is better as a blocking tight end. Parkinson has chipped in six receptions this season and could pay off if he lands in the end zone.
Parkinson and Dissly have nearly identical projections, but the former has a bit of advantage due to his slight salary discount. Parkinson projects for 4.01 fantasy points compared to Dissly at 4.02. Both of them are solid spend-downs that can do just enough to let you roster top projected plays on Monday night’s OwnersBox DFS slate.