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Week 1 Fantasy Football DraftKings Contest and Suggestions

Sep 27, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back Ryan Mathews (24) stiff arms New York Jets strong safety Marcus Gilchrist (21) to gain extra yards at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steven Ryan-USA TODAY Sports

Sep 27, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back Ryan Mathews (24) stiff arms New York Jets strong safety Marcus Gilchrist (21) to gain extra yards at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steven Ryan-USA TODAY Sports

Now that your year-long fantasy football drafts are complete, not only is it time to finalize your roster, but it's also time to start manufacturing those DFS lineups.

Every week, you can compete in a DraftKings contest against the fantasy football experts at FOX Sports. This week, we have a 50-person, $2 contest where the Top Five lineups win. Join by clicking the link below:

WEEK 1 DRAFTKINGS CONTEST WITH FOX SPORTS

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If you're having trouble constructing a lineup, here are some suggestions for Week 1...

Adam Meyer's suggestions:

WR - Doug Baldwin, SEA

Even though Marshawn Lynch retired in the offseason, the Seahawks were without him for over half of the 2015 regular season. Baldwin had his best season in 2015. He caught 14 TD passes and recorded over 1,000 yards. For a No. 1 receiver, Baldwin's price tag at $6,600 is very appealing to add.

RB - James White, NE

DraftKings has a PPR scoring format, so targeting running backs who can catch is a must. When Dion Lewis was put on the PUP list, White became the main pass-catching back for New England. For the young quarterback, Jimmy Garapollo, look for check down passes to White in order to move the chains. Defenses already know how big of a weapon Rob Gronkowski is, so hopefully they double cover him and leave White with room to operate. At only $3,600 on DK, he is almost too cheap to avoid.

RB - Ryan Mathews, PHI

With DeMarco Murray out of the picture, this should be Mathews' show in Philly. His quarterback, Carson Wentz, is a rookie and his opponent, Cleveland, has a terrible defense. Last year, an opposing running back rushed for at least 90 yards in seven of the first eight games against the Browns.

D.J. Foster's suggestions to come later...