We’ve all heard the commercials. Daily Fantasy Sports outlets like FanDuel and DraftKings allow us to take any player we want on any given week. Therefore, unlike our season long leagues, we can use a player in one week and never have to use them again.
For FanDuel tournaments, we need our guys to reach 3x their salary (for example, Jay Ajayi is $7,100 this week and would need to score 21.3 FanDuel points to justify his usage).
We’re halfway through the season! Have you been setting your goals for your cash game lineups?
NFL DFS: DraftKings Week 7 Now that we’ve had six weeks of data from the new season, it’s wise to start investing more of your weekly DFS bankroll into cash games. But before you set your lineup, you’ll need to have a goal in mind. If you’re playing cash games on DraftKings, your goal for […]
In daily fantasy football, it is essential to find value for your lineups. If we want to be able to afford the top dollar names like Tom Brady and Antonio Brown, we’ll inevitably need to balance our lineup with less expensive players who provide upside. There are certain value thresholds that we need from these players in order to cash in, and more importantly,
NFL DFS: DraftKings Week 6 Values Last week, you saw the impact of rostering a low-priced player who reached mega value — Sammie Coates, Cameron Meredith, and Adam Thielen, to name a few. These guys greatly surpassed the required value threshold for cash game usage. If you’re playing cash games on DraftKings, your goal for each […]
Tons of cheap running backs returned value in Week 4 -- Jordan Howard, Terrance West, and Bobby Rainey, to name a few. If these players were in your lineup, it allowed you to spend up at other positions and enjoy the performances of studs like Julio Jones and Jordan Reed.
Week 3 was filled with value plays as many running backs were ruled out after pricing was released. As a result, guys like Shane Vereen, Charles Sims, Christine Michael, and Jerrick McKinnon were cheap options projected for large workloads. Using these low-salary backs allowed you to pay up for studs in an effort to reach your cash game score goal.
Gridiron Experts not only provides our premium and platinum members with Fanduel and DraftKings projected ownership percentage data, but shows them how to use that data effectively to create the best DFS lineups. Getting your hands on ownership percentage is a very valuable source of information in daily fantasy and can give you the winning edge when deciding on who to pick in your GPP lineups.
NFL DFS: DraftKings Value Plays Week 2 was an interesting week for cash games on DraftKings. The cash line for 50/50s and large field double ups was much lower than it typically is — around 130 or so this week — for a variety of factors. But this shouldn’t affect your strategy going forward as […]
In daily fantasy football, it is essential to find value for your lineups. If we want to be able to afford the top dollar names like Aaron Rodgers and Odell Beckham, Jr., we’ll inevitably need to balance our lineup with less expensive players who provide upside.