As the NFL season continues on toward the 2016 playoffs, some real patterns are starting to emerge. Do you have the time to find all of them though and consistently build great DFS or fantasy football lineups?
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With that being said, let us talk about this week’s NFL games.
Cash Games– The goal of cash games is to minimize your floor. You want stable players with consistent results. Combining these with a good match-up is a nice way to start. Research current trends and use some of the fantasy tools you have to build a quality fantasy football lineup. We like to use a 70% cash game strategy, that way any winnings will cover a GPP loss.
GPP Tournaments – Here you want to be contrarian, meaning you want to have guys that are not highly owned, but have a huge upside. Think about a 2nd or 3rd WR in a good match-up. This is where a 2 TD day can pay off big. You want to play to win these tournaments, not just creep into the money. The ROI can be huge even if you do not win that often.
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Most will assume the GB vs ATL game is the game to play. Well, with just two games, everyone will be hammering that one. Picking Ryan and Jones will not win you a GPP most likely. Think of finding a Dion Lewis and his 3 TD. He could be Blount this week. You never know with NE. Even PGH could put up huge numbers, but I still think they lose. Watch the weather up there. The cold is no big deal to either team. A cross wind will be…
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