If you’re playing cash games on DraftKings, then your goal for each player on your roster should be to score three times his salary. For example, Adrian Peterson is $7,600 on DraftKings this week. For Peterson to score three times his salary, he would need to produce 22.8 points (7.600 x 3).
Getting your hands on Fanduel ownership percentage data can give you the winning edge when deciding on who to pick in your GPP lineups.
Whether you are moving forward to Week 17 as normal or are just trying out DFS for the first time now that your season long league has concluded there are some clear situations to take advantage of in both tournaments and cash games.
What did we learn from Week 14 Daily Fantasy? For starters, if you didn’t have Odell Beckham Jr. in your lineup, you probably didn’t win. Beckham rewarded those that paid a premium for him once again, scoring 38.6 points (DraftKings), making it six consecutive weeks he has scored 22.5 points or more and three straight weeks […]
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.
Week 13 of the NFL season is upon us and 90 percent of you know your fate for your season-long playoffs. If you’re locked into a playoff spot, don’t get comfortable. There are still plenty of moves to make to maximize your chances of securing a championship.
Get the latest Daily Fantasy tips and advice in our week 12 Fanduel Lineup article. Check out the top 10 DFS sleepers I think will help you win big this week.
Each week in this article, I refer to specific players as GPP-only plays and I always allude to finding players who will be lesser owned in large-field tournaments. However, some DFS players use this advice too liberally and fill their entire lineup with contrarian/low-owned/high risk plays. The truth is, you CAN have a lineup that has high-owned players and still win a tournament.
If you started your season-long league with some combination of Jamaal Charles, Dez Bryant, Randall Cobb, Mike Evans, Andre Ellington, etc. then your season is likely looking pretty grim at this point and you’re probably turning your attention to your fantasy basketball teams.
If you want to be the next person holding a big check on one of the DraftKings commercials you can't escape, check out the 10 best value plays for Week 8.
With six weeks in the books, we’re starting to collect concrete matchup data, team tendencies, and player roles. As more 2015 data becomes available, the easier it becomes to project player’s outcome range in a given week. Projecting exact values versus projecting outcome ranges is the basis for an entire article by itself (one I plan to tackle this offseason), but the point is that we gain greater clarity for a player’s value with each passing week.