All season long, Gridiron Experts has talked about the ability to maximize value by finding 3 times a players DraftKings salary. In cash games, where it's safe to assume that 150 daily fantasy points scored will win you money, simple math tells us that we need to triple (3X) the DraftKings given salary of $50K to get there (3X $50,000/1000= 150 Points).
Check out Gridiron Experts staff NFL picks. Championship weekend is without a sleeper this season as the two best teams from their respected conferences face off in hopes of punching a ticket to Super Bowl 50
This is it folks, the last weekend for NFL daily fantasy football. Sure, there will likely be some weird Super Bowl daily game available, but really how many lineup variations could you really get from just two teams? This weekend isn't much better, although from my experience, having less games to choose from does limit the amount of out-of-nowhere sleepers that ruin weeks.
Well, this is it. The Conference Championships will mark the final week of daily NFL action for most sites. There is no better time than now to get that last fantasy football fix of the year. There is sure to be some serious overlay as we only have a player pool of four teams to choose from, but...
The wild card week was definitely full of surprises. For most everyone that played any daily fantasy games, it didn’t go quite like most predicted. While I did say to go cheap at the quarterback position,
I can only imagine the look on Spock's face if he had been watching the Colts-Chiefs game last weekend. It was a game that defied all logic, something that would scramble any Vulcan brain.
The final game of the Divisional Round this weekend features teams that are very familiar with each other, as AFC West rivals San Diego (9-7) and Denver (13-3) meet for the third time this season.
A mere five weeks after posting their worst performance of the 2013 season, the New Orleans Saints return to CenturyLink Field to take on the NFC's top seeded Seahawks in the Divisional Playoffs.
For the second season in a row, the San Francisco 49ers and the Green Bay Packers will meet in the playoffs, and the Wild Card matchup this weekend will mark the third time that the teams have squared off in less than a year.
Last week NFL fans saw all four favorites come through with big playoff wins. The only road team victory was the Seattle Seahawks in the Wild Card round, yet now all four winning teams head on the road to face-off against the 2012's elite core. Will the bye week teams come out swinging after a much need break, or will the Wild Card winners catch someone sleeping?
Seattle Seahawks (12-5) at Atlanta Falcons (13-3) Game Day: Sunday 1:30 p.m. ET, FOX Line: Falcons -2 ½ Series Record: Seattle leads 8-5 Perhaps the least appreciated NFL playoff game in years, this matchup actually boasts more appeal than meets the eye. Atlanta’s veteran group, in a widely discussed postseason slump, faces a primarily young […]
With the fantasy football season over, football fans can now focus on the NFL playoffs. We wait all season for the single elimination format. There is nothing like it in sports. All 12 teams have a legit shot to win the championship. Will this be a wild card year with a team like the Seahawks making a deep run?