Le’Veon Bell, done. Arian Foster, done. Steve Smith, done. Tony Romo is still out. John Brown was “active” but didn’t play last week. On top of a pile of injuries and poor performances from backups we have to contend with six teams on bye this week, the most so far this season.
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The intro to this column has told you to not hold your waiver bucks all season. Hopefully, you claimed some great players if you spent the money. But if you’ve been having success it means you might have missed out on some players and might have quite a few bucks left. In either case you need to […]
I really cut down on my cash game list this week. You’ll find a couple cash game-type plays in this list. I moved them over here, however, because they are either hurt or they haven’t been performing as well as I deem necessary to consider them “safe.” While we want safety in cash games, we […]
Readers returning from previous years probably remember receiver matchups being posted. This is the first one for this season. I use Football Outsiders’ Defense vs. Receiver types chart to determine these rankings. As suggested on that post, I use the yards allowed to the position as opposed to the DVOA ranking.
Regardless of what I write here, you need to start Le’Veon Bell because he’s Le’Veon Bell. You may be in a situation where you have to start Jonathan Stewart, whether he has a good matchup or not.
In cash games you want a lot of safe, low-floor plays. By that we mean players like to meet at least the low end of our expectation. Julian Edelman is a good example, so is a top-tier running back like Le’Veon Bell and Jamaal Charles. They’re going to get 20-30 touches (or 10 targets or […]
Last week was my most profitable of the season on FanDuel. I started the season with $1.41 in my account. Last week, I cashed for $7 in a $1 tournament for an exponential gain. Small wins in cash games allow you to maintain and slowly grow your bankroll while posting one tournament lineup a week. When that […]