By Shawn Stewart
Founder & CEO of Sports 4 America Shawn Stewart gives you the SuperDraft Pro DFS lineups between the Chicago Bears vs New England Patriots
This game is in Super Champion Mode which means that Multiplier with a Champion worth 50% and Co-Champion worth 25% more points. The other spots in the lineup are utility positions. This means that you can pick any players for all of the spots in your lineup regardless of the position they play.
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Here’s My lineups for SuperDraft Pro Super Champion Lineup
Champion +50% RB Rhamondre Stevenson, Patriots (1.6x) Multiplayer
In the past 2 weeks, Stevenson has produced 237 yards and two touchdowns against two suspect run defenses. The young running back has another favorable matchup on Monday night against the Bears, who are allowing 163 rushing yards per game.
Co-Champ +25 QB Justin Fields, Bears (1.5x) Multiplayer
Justin Fields had a season-high 19.40 SuperDraft points last week, making it the second time that he has scored 15 or more SuperDraft points. Fields did have 88 rushing yards against the Commanders last week If you are putting Fields in your lineup, you are not looking for him to air it out against this Patriots’ defense. You want him to be a factor on the ground, as New England is giving up 119 rushing yards per game.
Flex: WR Jakobi Myers, Patriots (1.45x) Multiplayer
Last week against Cleveland, Meyers had four receptions for 60 yards. The Bears’ defense has allowed only two TDs to wide receivers. Although It’s not a great matchup, but we know Mac Jones will look to Meyers on Monday night.
Flex: TE Hunter Henry, Patriots (1.9x) Multiplayer
Henry scored his first touchdown in Week 6 against the Browns and had four receptions (seven targets) for 61 yards. That was the second-straight week that Henry had at least four catches and 50 yards. Henry has a tough matchup against the Bears. Chicago has given up 12 touchdowns in the red zone, which the Patriots will look to exploit.
Flex: QB Mac Jones, Patriots (1.05x) Multiplayer
Mac Jones is expected to play, Jones missed each of the last three games due to a high ankle sprain. Through three games, Jones has 786 yards, two touchdowns, and five interceptions.
Flex: RB Damien Harris (1.2x) Multiplayer
Harris left early in Week 6 win over the Detroit Lions with a hamstring injury, and he was unavailable for last week’s 38-15 win over the Cleveland Browns as Rhamondre Stevenson took on a significant workload in both games. In his last full game, Harris rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries against the Green Bay Packers.
Shawn Stewart is the Founder/CEO of Sports 4 America; Shawn Stewart also hosts The S & P Sports Show and also Play-By-Play announcer for the Detroit Hustle of The Basketball League, you can follow him on Twitter @S4AStewart