While every NFL DFS manager wants their Super Bowl DFS lineups to resemble a Pro Bowl roster, that's not feasible given the constraints of the 49ers vs. Chiefs DFS salary cap. If you want to roster the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Christian McCaffrey or Travis Kelce, you'll have to cut costs elsewhere. Perhaps, you can find bargains deep down in the NFL DFS player pool with a pair of players who aren't just playing for a championship, but also have the extra incentive of revenge as motivation.

Chiefs receiver Richie James played three years for the 49ers before they waived him, while Niners receiver Chris Conley spent four years in Kansas City before the Chiefs elected to not re-sign him. Both are among the cheapest Super Bowl DFS picks and potential NFL DFS sleepers. Before making any NFL DFS picks for Super Bowl 58 on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, be sure to check out the NFL DFS lineup advice, strategy and player stacks from SportsLine NFL daily Fantasy expert Jimmie Kaylor

Kaylor is a NFL and DFS expert for SportsLine, who opened the 2022 NFL season by winning DraftKings' NFL Showdown Thursday Kickoff Millionaire contest. He edged out over 355,000 other entrants in the contest and also has multiple five-figure tournament wins on his DFS resume. Kaylor, who cashed big all season in 2022, has covered the NFL and college football for close to a decade as a member of the Pro Football Writers of America, and his background as a former college and NFL player gives him a unique perspective when building his fantasy lineups and locking in his betting picks.  

This year, Kaylor has been all over players like Justin Jefferson (11-159), D'Andre Swift (175-1), DeVonta Smith (4-132-1), T.J. Hockenson (7-66-2), D.J. Moore (8-230-3), David Montgomery (121-3), Ja'Marr Chase (12-141, 11-149-1), Alvin Kamara (12-91, 76), Jordan Addison (7-123-2), Jahmyr Gibbs (152-1, 5-37), Javonte Williams (79, 3-31-1), Dak Prescott (331-4), CeeDee Lamb (12-116-1), DK Metcalf (6-143-3), Aidan O'Connell (248-4), and Puka Nacua (9-164-1). Anyone who followed his picks cashed in big.

On Wild Card Weekend, two of his top core plays were among the highest-scoring players of the weekend. Dallas tight end Jake Ferguson caught 10 passes for 93 yards and three touchdowns, while Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice hauled in eight passes for 130 yards and a touchdown. Anybody who included them in their lineups was well on the way to a profitable day.

Now, Kaylor has turned his attention to the 2024 Super Bowl matchup of San Francisco vs. Kansas City and locked in his top daily Fantasy football picks.

Now, Kaylor has turned his attention to the Super Bowl LVIII matchup of Chiefs vs. 49ers and just locked in his top daily Fantasy football picks. You can only see his Super Bowl picks and analysis at SportsLine.

Top NFL DFS picks, lineups, player stacks for 49ers vs. Chiefs

One of Kaylor's top DFS picks for Super Bowl 58 is 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey. The four-time All-Pro selection had one of the most productive regular seasons of his decorated NFL career, and his rare ability to run between the tackles and catch passes out of the backfield is an ideal fit in Kyle Shanahan's offense. During the regular season, McCaffrey led the NFL with 1,459 rushing yards while also scoring 14 rushing touchdowns and catching 67 passes for 564 yards and seven touchdowns en route to earning first-team All-Pro honors.

"Christian McCaffrey is the most expensive player on both DraftKings and FanDuel, which can oftentimes scare DFS owners away -- especially on single-game slates. That said, I can't really find a solid reason to fade the dynamic all-purpose back on Sunday. I am expecting the 49ers' gameplan to rely heavily on establishing the run early, and Kansas City's defensive weakness has been against the run. When you throw in McCaffrey's ability as a receiver his DFS value grows even more. I expect the former Stanford star to have the type of game that will warrant Super Bowl MVP talk if the 49ers win," Kaylor told SportsLine. 

Part of Kaylor's optimal Super Bowl NFL DFS strategy also includes rostering Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce. After a somewhat disappointing regular season, the Kelce that's on the shortlist for Greatest Tight End of All-time has appeared in the postseason. His 23 catches and three receiving touchdowns both lead the 2024 NFL playoffs, while his 262 receiving yards rank second overall and first among tight ends.

Only eight teams allowed more receptions per game in the regular season to tight ends than San Francisco, and the Niners defense against the position has gotten even worse in the postseason. The 49ers allowed TE Tucker Kraft of Green Bay to score a touchdown in the Divisional Round, before Detroit's Sam LaPorta posted a 9-97-0 stat line against them in the Championship Round. So, with San Fran's struggles against TEs, and Kelce's elite playoff production, you can see why Kaylor is high on the Chiefs' tight end. You can see the rest of Kaylor's NFL DFS picks here.

How to build Super Bowl NFL DFS lineups for Chiefs vs. 49ers

Kaylor is also targeting another undervalued player who could explode for huge numbers on Super Bowl Sunday. This pick could be the difference between winning your tournaments and cash games or going home with nothing. You can only see who it is, and get the rest of Kaylor's Super Bowl NFL DFS picks, at SportsLine

So who is Jimmie Kaylor including in his optimal NFL DFS lineups for 49ers vs. Chiefs in Super Bowl LVIII, and which under-the-radar NFL DFS picks offer huge value? Visit SportsLine now to see optimal NFL DFS picks, rankings, advice, and stacks, all from SportsLine's proven DFS expert who won a single-game millionaire maker tournament, and find out.