DFS Week 2: DRAFT Targets & Players to Avoid

Last week I helped guide you to a money winning Kamara and Brees stack and helped you avoid the temptation of Davante Adams. I’ll be helping you navigate this user-friendly and competitive way to play DFS every week this season. My advice is based on 6 team standard fast draft formats. If you’re not familiar […]

WEEK 1 DFS Selections: Draft Kings & Fan Duel

QUARTERBACK Philip Rivers: vs KC (DK 6400; FD 7500) If Matt Schaub, Brandon Weeden, and Chase Daniel are throwing touchdown passes against the starting secondary for the Chiefs, imagine what a competent quarterback will do to this bunch.  Philip Rivers should pierce through the Chiefs cornerbacks rather easily with his trio of talented Chargers receivers.  […]

DFS Week 1: DRAFT Targets & Players to Avoid

I’m very excited that this season I’ll be writing DFS articles specifically for DRAFT. If you’re not familiar with DRAFT I highly encourage you to jump into your App store or Google Play store and download the most user-friendly and fun DFS app out there. My takes are a combination of stats, match-up analysis, and […]

LESSONS LEARNED IN PRESEASON WEEK 3 FROM A DFS PERSPECTIVE

FOOLS GOLD Derrius Guice won’t take his first snap in regular season action until next year as he tore his ACL in the Redskins first August scrimmage in Foxboro.  After an offseason of waiting, Adrian Peterson received the call and will take his talents to D.C., his third team in the last two seasons.  Glancing […]

DFS Lessons Learned: Preseason Week 2

BUFFALO HUNTING The Bills open the 2018 season with the daunting task of facing the Ravens, Chargers, and Vikings, all stingy defenses that were in the bottom five in FPA to quarterbacks in 2017.  Whether it is Nathan Peterman, Josh Allen, or AJ McCarron under center, it’s hard to imagine either one having much success […]

For the Love of Kickers

Hate and slander if you must, but no one can deny that kickers are amazing. Ok, well maybe not amazing but they (when a part of your roster construction) can be very, very helpful. I see you laughing, stop it, I’m serious. Why All the Hate? Where is the love for all of our offensive, […]