Taking down massive GPP tournaments like these can be a challenging feat that requires knowledge of both the players you are drafting and the opponents you are playing against. Beating a field with hundreds, of thousands, of entrants can be a daunting task, but correctly drafting players with low ownership percentages, that are also in good spots to produce, is a recipe for success. Below, we'll be highlighting our GPP-specific projections to provide you with players at each position who can produce and also be below 20% owned, preferably lower.

Derek Carr - Raiders

Carr has been completely rejuvenated by Amari Cooper over the last two weeks and gets his best matchup yet with a 32nd ranked Bears defensive unit against the pass. Carr has slung it 78 times over the past two weeks and the Raiders offense was really clicking in Week 3. When both Carr and Latavious Murray have it going, in addition to the emerging Cooper, the Raiders offense can really put some points on the board quickly. The Raiders are actually favored in this game, even though it's at Chicago, so that tells you how bad the Bears have been thus far this season. Carr is criminally underpriced on DraftKings and not too bad elsewhere either.

Blake Bortles - Jaguars

Bortles hasn't been quite as...

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I love the Carr pick but wonder if he will be too chalky. Seems everyone is on him. I agree on Matthews the Skins secondary is beat up.
I love Thomas as one of the lower owned "star" wideouts.
I've been high on Demariyus the past few weeks as well. Still waiting for that huge breakout game, and this could certainly be the week. Minnesota doesn't have a single player that concerns me in 1 on 1 coverage against him. Great call.
I'm completely in love with Matthews this week. He's a target machine, and the DeAngelo Hall injury is a big one for the 'Skins.