This should be a fun weekend of playoff action, and it's a great time for DFS lineups on DraftKings and FanDuel. I can't wait to watch the wild-card round, and there are a lot of players I expect to play well in the six games taking place from Saturday to Monday.

With that in mind, here are two lineups on each site you can consider for any Saturday-Monday tournaments. As always, you'll want to keep an eye on the injury report, but these are some of my favorite options in the first round of the NFL postseason. 

DraftKings: Saturday-Monday Lineup 1

QB: Jalen Hurts (at TB) $6,100
RB: Devin Singletary (vs. NE) $5,700
RB: Elijah Mitchell (at DAL) $5,500
WR: Deebo Samuel (at DAL) $8,100
WR: Odell Beckham (vs. ARI) $5,100
WR: Ced Wilson (vs. SF) $4,400
TE: Rob Gronkowski (vs. PHI) $6,400
FLEX: Darrel Williams (vs. PIT) $5,500
DST: Rams (vs. ARI) $2,700

It's nice that we have some rematches this weekend, including Hurts against the Buccaneers. They met in Week 6, and Hurts had 115 passing yards, one touchdown and one interception, along with 44 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Tampa Bay has allowed six quarterbacks to rush for at least 33 yards this season, so that added bonus should be great for Hurts if he gets there again.

Gronkowski didn't play in that game, but I like that he has 14 catches for 252 yards on 20 targets in his past two games without Chris Godwin (ACL) or Antonio Brown. And the Eagles are No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends for the season.

Singletary has scored at least 14 PPR points in five games in a row, including Week 16 at New England when he had 12 carries for 39 yards and a touchdown, along with five catches for 39 yards on six targets. He has at least 17 total touches in four games in a row.

Williams is looking like the lead running back for the Chiefs against the Steelers after Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) did not practice Thursday. Williams had 11 carries for 55 yards, along with three catches for 30 yards on three targets against Pittsburgh in Week 16.

Since returning from a three-game absence with a knee injury, Mitchell has consecutive games with at least 21 total touches. He scored 20 PPR points against Houston in Week 17 and eight PPR points against the Rams in Week 18, and Dallas has allowed a running back to score at least 12 PPR points in three games in a row.

The Cowboys have also allowed four receivers to score at least 13 PPR points in their past five games, but Samuel should have success against any defense at this point. He scored at least 16 PPR points in four games in a row and hasn't scored fewer than 12 PPR points in eight games in a row. He's making plays as a runner, receiver and passer -- he threw a 24-yard touchdown in Week 18 -- and he's worth his price on DraftKings.

In that same game, Wilson is worth his price as well. With Michael Gallup (ACL) out, Wilson has 11 catches for 154 yards and three touchdowns on 12 targets in his past two games against Arizona and Philadelphia. You should expect a lot of points between the 49ers and Cowboys, and this is a good matchup to stack players. San Francisco has allowed six receivers to score at least 16 PPR points in the past five games.

Beckham's best game with the Rams came against the Cardinals in Week 14. He had six catches for 77 yards and a touchdown on seven targets, and the Cardinals have allowed six receivers to score at least 15 PPR points in their past four games.

DraftKings: Saturday-Monday Lineup 2

QB: Joe Burrow (vs. LV) $6,800
RB: Devin Singletary (vs. NE) $5,700  
RB: Chase Edmonds (at LAR) $5,000
WR: Ja'Marr Chase (vs. LV) $7,400
WR: Diontae Johnson (at KC) $6,700
WR: Ced Wilson (vs. SF) $4,400
TE: Darren Waller (at CIN) $5,700
FLEX: Sony Michel (vs. ARI) $5,400
DST: Rams (vs. ARI) $2,700

Burrow to Chase is the stack here, and let's hope those two stay hot. In their last two games together against the Ravens and Chiefs -- Burrow sat out in Week 18 at Cleveland -- they connected for 18 catches, 391 yards and three touchdowns. Burrow had 971 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions over that span.

I'll bring back Waller on the other side of that stack, and he had nine targets in Week 18 against the Chargers in his first game back from a five-game absence with a knee injury. Hopefully that was the shake-the-rust-off game, and he should be ready to dominate the Bengals, who are No. 5 in most Fantasy points allowed to tight ends.

I'll use Wilson again in this lineup, and I also like Johnson with his rematch against the Chiefs. In Week 16 at Kansas City, Johnson had six catches for 51 yards and a touchdown on nine targets, with his score coming in garbage time. The same thing could happen in the rematch with the Chiefs.

I'll use Singletary in this lineup again. And Edmonds and Michel both have rematches this weekend as well. Edmonds (ribs) is also dealing with a health concern, but he practiced Thursday on a limited basis and should be able to play Monday night. James Conner (ribs) did not practice Thursday, which bodes well for Edmonds. In his past two games without Conner, Edmonds averaged 19.0 PPR points per game. And he had 12 carries for 120 yards and four catches for 19 yards on five targets in his first meeting with the Rams in Week 4.

Michel struggled in Week 14 at Arizona with 20 carries for 79 yards and no catches, but he has six games in a row with at least 20 total touches. He should have the chance for another big workload, which makes him a bargain at his price.

FanDuel: Saturday-Monday Lineup 1

QB: Matthew Stafford (vs. ARI) $7,600
RB: Joe Mixon (vs. LV) $8,500
RB: Darrel Williams (vs. PIT) $6,600
WR: Cooper Kupp (vs. ARI) $10,000
WR: Tee Higgins (vs. LV) $6,900
WR: Gabriel Davis (vs. NE) $5,200
TE: Dalton Schultz (vs. SF) $6,200
FLEX: Van Jefferson (vs. ARI) $5,700
DEF: Raiders (at CIN) $3,300

Stafford is struggling down the stretch, but he played well in two games against the Cardinals this year. He has at least 280 passing yards and two touchdowns in each game, with just one turnover.

In Week 14 at Arizona, Kupp, Beckham and Jefferson all scored. Kupp had 13 catches for 123 yards and a touchdown on 15 targets, and Jefferson added two catches for 58 yards and a touchdown on three targets. Hopefully something similar happens again this week.

I'll use Williams again in this lineup, and I'll also spend the money on Mixon. The Raiders are No. 4 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs, and Mixon has been great of late, especially in the passing game with 13 catches for 110 yards and a touchdown on 14 targets against the Ravens and Chiefs.

Higgins is also worth using against the Raiders, and he might get overlooked with how good Chase has been of late. But don't forget that in Week 16 against Baltimore, Higgins had 12 catches for 194 yards and two touchdowns, and he had four games with at least 114 receiving yards in his final six outings, with four touchdowns over that span.

Davis scored in the wind game against the Patriots in Week 13 and missed the rematch in Week 16 when he was on the reserve/COVID-19 list. I'm hoping he scores again in the wild-card round against New England, and he just had 14 targets in Week 18 against the Jets.

Schultz has four touchdowns in his past four games and at least six catches in three games over that span. He also has at least eight targets in three of his past four games. He's a huge weapon for Dak Prescott, and the 49ers just allowed Tyler Higbee to score twice in Week 18.

FanDuel: Saturday-Monday Lineup 2

QB: Dak Prescott (vs. SF) $8,000
RB: Elijah Mitchell (at DAL) $7,400
RB: Chase Edmonds (at LAR) $6,400
WR: Deebo Samuel (at DAL) $8,700
WR: CeeDee Lamb (vs. SF) $7,300
WR: Ced Wilson (vs. SF) $6,000
TE: Zach Ertz (at LAR) $5,800
FLEX: Devin Singletary (vs. NE) $6,900
DEF: Raiders (at CIN) $3,300 

Prescott has 12 touchdowns and no interceptions in his past three games. He also averaged 273.4 yards per game in eight home games this season, including 23 touchdowns and just two interceptions.

I'll stack him with Lamb and Wilson here, and Lamb is due for a big game. He hasn't scored a touchdown in eight games and has one game over 70 yards over that span. But I'll trust him here since San Francisco has allowed 10 touchdowns to receivers in the past seven games.

There's some repetition in this lineup with Mitchell, Edmonds, Samuel and Singletary, but I'll also use Ertz. He has at least six catches and nine targets in four games in a row. He also has at least 74 receiving yards in two outings over that span.