The 11-4 Cowboys look to build off their impre sive Week 16 win over the Eagles, heading to Nashville to take on the reeling Titans in the last Thursday night game of the season. This contest isn't projected to be a nail-biter, as the Cowboys sit as hefty 10-point road favorites with a total of 40.5, . There's a chance both star RBs sit this one out with the Titans resting Derrick Henry for Week 18 and Tony Pollard nursing a thigh injury, but despite that, we're able toput together a competitive DraftKings Showdown lineup. Hopefully, adding a couple of differentiators to our lineup will lead to some DFS cash at the end of the night. (Update: Henry (hip) and Pollard (thigh) are both inactive tonight while Josh Dobbs starts QB for Tenne see in place of Malik Willis.)Before we get into our lineup and strategy, here are the key scoring settings for DraftKings Showdown contests: They'refull-point PPR and there arethree-point bonuses for 300 pa sing yards, 100 rushing yards, and 100 receiving yards. The Captain pick costs 1.5 times a player's original price , but he also gets his point total multiplied by 1.5.MORE DK SHOWDOWN: Captain (1.5x points, 1.5x salary): RB Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys ($13,200)With Pollard (thigh) failing to practice the past two days, there's a shot he's held out of Thursday's contest.If that's the case, Elliott's going to see a spike in his workload, making him a viable Captain add in Showdown lineups. A matchup against a Titans rush defense that could potentially lead to DFS players avoiding Elliott, but volume is king in DFS. Eliott still has a chance to see 15-20 plus touches. There's also a chance the Titans rest some starters with their Week 18 matchup against the Jaguars being a de-facto AFC South Championship game. That could lead to Elliott racking up 100 rushing yards while reaching paydirt in the proce s.MORE TNF: | | | FLEX WR CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys ($11,400) Lamb popped off in Dallas' 40-34 Week 16 thriller, posting his second game with double-digit receptions, 100-plus receiving yards, and two touchdowns of the season. We're not expecting Lamb to replicate that output on Thursday, but another 100-plus receiving yard, one-touchdown showing is po sible against a Titans pa s defense allowing the 26th worst EPA/drop-back. Lamb also averages nine targets per game, so how can we not roster Dallas' WR1 in a plus matchup?WEEK 17 DFS LINEUPS: | FLEX QB Dak Prescott, Cowboys ($10,600) Prescott's going to garner a high roster percentage in Showdown lineups, and for good reason. He's coming off his best game of the season, putting up 32 DK points while finishing as the overall QB1 in fantasy. If Dallas' offensive line can hold up in pa s protection, expect another big day from Prescott, who leads all QBs in clean pocket completion percentage (76.8 percent). Dak's a must-roster given the matchup against a shaky Titans' pa s defense.Week 17 DFS: FLEX D/ST Cowboys ( $5,800)Malik Willis has yet to prove himself as a pa ser, sporting an underwhelming . With the Titans pegged as double-digit underdogs, Willis is likely going to be forced to air the football out, which is good news for the Cowboys' defense. Dallas' D/ST hasn't produced a double-digit DK-point showing in three straight weeks, but look for that streak to end on Thursday night with the potential for a handful of sacks and a couple of turnovers.WEEK 17 FANTASY PICKS: | | FLEX WR Robert Woods, Titans ($5,000) While we're not expecting much offense from the Titans, Woods still has some upside. He could be Willis' security blanket underneath, as he's sporting a relatively low 8.0 aDOT this season (88th among WRs). Willis has yet to stre s defenses downfield, averaging just 4.5 yards per attempt. We're hoping Woods can rack up some cheap receptions, especially in garbage time.WEEK 17 PPR RANKINGS: | | | | | FLEX RB Ha san Haskins, Titans ($3,000)If Henry (hip) doesn't suit up on TNF, Haskins will be the team's lead back. At just $3,000, his projected usage more than justifies rostering him at this cheap price. If Henry does suit up, Haskins could still see a big enough workload to warrant a roster spot, as he played 25 percent of snaps last week and hauled in a couple of catches. (Update: Henry (hip) is officially listed as "doubtful".)