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 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 […]

Preseason Week 1: DFS Lessons Learned

A (New York) Giant Mess Against Tight Ends It became a viable option to stream tight ends on both sites against the Giants as no team gave up more than their 13 touchdowns against the position.  From inserting expensive options like Zach Ertz and Travis Kelce to starting bargain bin players like Jeff Heuerman and […]

Way Too Early Week 1 DFS Thoughts

Upon the NFL schedule release in late April, there isn’t any other week that allows more time for DFS preparation than Week 1.  Even without the DraftKings salaries being posted before Wednesday, there’s enough data and information to identify players with favorable and unfavorable matchups and begin generating possible lineups.  Generally, I don’t plan past […]

Utilizing Over/Under for DFS Player Selection

June was a historic month with the legalization of sports betting in the United States.  New Jersey and Delaware were ready to begin taking bets from patrons that have long awaited this monumental announcement.  By the time September comes around, Pennsylvania should join these two states as the regular season draws closer.   Even before […]