Most weeks, the DraftKings perfect lineup features at least a few randoms who make you think, “Oh, come on — who would ever pick him for their NFL DFS lineup?” That’s not the case for Week 10’s perfect lineup, as virtually every player is a legit stud. That doesn’t mean they were all chalk plays, though. Some of these guys were undoubtedly faded because of matchup concerns, but this week’s lineup should serve as a reminder that star players can produce against anyone and are often worth the risk in GPP tournaments. Remember that when putting together your daily fantasy football strategy for Week 11.As (almost) always, a QB-WR stack is present in the perfect lineup, but the rest of the roster is full of one-offs. The only “game stack” this week was from the Cardinals-Chiefs, where one player from each side made it. That’s not always the case, but sometimes you just have to bet on talent. WEEK 11 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup builderBefore looking at the Week 10 DraftKings perfect lineup, we should point out that RotoQL provided the results and graphic below. RotoQL is the premier DFS research site with easy-to-use DFS tools, including projections from top industry experts and the No. 1 lineup building tool, the RotoQL DFS Optimizer. Get an edge in all of your daily fantasy contests. Week 11 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerNFL DFS: DraftKings Perfect Lineup for Week 10Mitchell Trubisky, QB, BearsWe’ve seen Trubisky on this list before and mentioned then that because of his offense and rushing upside, he had the chance to make another appearance in the perfect lineup. It’s a bit surprising it’s this week, as Jordan Howard or Tarik Cohen seemed more likely for a huge game against the Lions’ porous run defense, but a mediocre defense can get lit up by anyone. Trubisky threw for 355 yards and three TDs and added another 18 and a score on the ground. He’s capable of this most weeks, which makes a solid play in virtually any matchup, both in cash and GPP.Nick Chubb, RB, BrownsChubb has received at least 18 carries in four games as a starter, producing at least 80 yards and a TD in all but one contest. The volume and production are there, and in favorable matchups like this one, Chubb has the potential to go off. The Falcons have been torched by RBs all season, both on the ground and through the air, so this will be a matchup for fantasy owners to continue to exploit.David Johnson, RB, CardinalsIt only took 10 weeks, but the Cardinals finally unleashed Johnson in the dual-threat role he excelled in two years ago. Johnson responded by totaling 183 yards and two scores on 28 touches. Most notable was his season-high seven receptions. A favorable matchup against a weak Chiefs run defense helped, but we know Johnson can have these types of games against anyone. Now three full weeks after switching offensive coordinator, Johnson looks great against the Raiders in Week 11.WEEK 11 DFS CASH LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsAllen Robinson, WR, BearsRobinson had effectively missed the previous three games because of a groin injury, so he came with risks this week, but the key to this pick was that top Lions CB Darius Slay (knee) was out. As soon as that was announced, pivoting to Robinson was a smart risk. Fantasy owners only tend to focus on offensive injuries, but this should serve as a reminder of how important defensive injuries can be. Robinson has now scored in each of the past three games he’s started and finished, which shows that he’s still undervalued in DFS contests.Tyreek Hill, WR, ChiefsThe Cardinals entered Week 10 allowing the seventh-fewest FPPG to WRs, so some DFS owners might have shied away from Hill, but he’s matchup-proof. With Sammy Watkins out, Hill’s target share figured to increase, but the bottom line is Kansas City can light up anyone, and Hill is the ideal GPP play given his high upside.Brandin Cooks, WR, RamsConsider Cooks the West Coast version of Hill. He plays in a matchup-proof offense and has the speed and explosiveness to burn anyone. Also like Hill, he gets the benefit of creative playcalling that often sees him padding his stats with a few carries. Against the Seahawks, a relatively tough matchup on paper despite struggling against WRs lately, Cooks totaled 100 yards on 10 catches and added another nine yards and a TD on the ground. With Cooper Kupp (knee) out for the year, Cooks should see even more touches going forward.WEEK 11 DFS GPP LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsEric Ebron, TE, ColtsThe Jaguars entered Week 10 as one of the toughest defenses against TEs, and with Jack Doyle back and Mo Alie-Cox emerging as a red-zone threat, Ebron seemed like a smart fade at his price. Shows what we know. Ebron continued his breakout season with three TDs (one on the ground, two through the air) despite receiving only three targets. The Doyle/Alie-Cox factors aren’t going away, so Ebron seems destined to bust and let down DFS owners soon, but given how much the Colts throw to their TEs, he always has upside.Aaron Jones, FLEX, Packers We’ve been patiently for a big Jones breakout ever since we returned to the field in Week 3, and he finally came through in a favorable matchup against the Dolphins. Jones ran for 145 yards and two TDs on only 15 carries, pushing his season yards per carry to 6.8 (6.1 for his career). That kind of explosiveness is optimal in GPP contests, as Jones can do a lot with a little. In favorable matchups, he’s almost a must-roster given his still-depressed price.Redskins D/STWe’ve been pointing out that the Redskins are underrated and the Bucs are turnover machines all year, so this doesn’t surprise us. Washington was underpriced after a flop at home the week before against Atlanta, but it can take advantage of favorable matchups.