For weeks now, I’ve been using a value chart. It’s far from perfect, but it’s one of the many tools I use to fill out my FanDuel lineups each week.
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Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been writing a short fantasy football article for a new, welcome initiative on my newspaper’s website. One of my bullet points there is the shootout of the week. I take a look at Vegas betting lines in an attempt to locate a fantasy gold mine.
I took it a step further for you, Ninjas, in an attempt to project touchdowns and field goals for every team this week. I project my projections to be correct less than 50% of the time, but I’m writing them anyway.
Holy cow, Ninjas, have I done some research the last two weeks.
The season is winding down and our chances of winning jackpots, at least in football, grow dim. The Super Bowl will be here before we know it.
It was a busy week. Sorry for the delayed matchups post.
Let’s not dawdle any longer:
Sorry for delaying this final game. I was working on a potential new metric for daily games and time got away from me.
This Steelers-Ravens game, at 8:30 p.m. tonight, has a couple players worth mentioning, of course, but it’s not projected to be as much of a fantasy gold mine as the other two games. So, with that in mind I’m going to move through it a little quicker than the other two games.
Some of the larger tournaments will pit players from just six NFL teams in more than 3,000 fantasy lineups. The gravy will rise to the top!
Let’s take a look at the game Vegas says will be the most lopsided on Thursday, Oakland at Dallas, 4:30 p.m.