We all want to be the guy who picked the less than one percent owned guy who goes off one week. Finding that hidden gem is the key to putting yourself above the competition and giving yourself the best shot at winning a GPP. There are a couple guys here who I think have that kind of potential. Continue reading “Hidden Gems: Week 2”
I was tasked with answering the most difficult to answer question in fantasy this year. Who will be the Alvin Kamara of the 2018 NFL season?
There are a couple ways to go about determining this. Grab the most talented handcuffs and pray for an injury to the starter or pick a guy with opportunity to expand into a prominent role. Continue reading “Predicting the Next Alvin Kamara”
With each NFL team typically having 2-4 talented WR’s, we will always have a ton of options at the position when it comes to fantasy. In today’s article, we have 6 WR’s that you can draft late that will significantly outperform their ADP (Average Draft Position). Note: the ADP are calculated from a 12 team PPR format.
What’s going on gang?! FanDuel Bomb is back at it again talking about NBA. Personally, I am gonna try to write at least 2 articles a week on days that I am able to play. My goal is to get this website going again, but I understand it will take time. Today, we got an amazing 11 game slate following Opening Night. In this article, I will give you 4 guys that will basically be the building blocks in all lineups I play tonight (Cash & GPP) as well as a sleeper play that you could end up seeing in a winning GPP entry once this slate is over *insert eye emoji*.
Let’s get into this, shall we? Continue reading “10/18 Core Four Plays for FanDuel”
First of all, I’m happy to be writing for Daily Fantasy 305! We’ve assembled a great team that I’m excited to join and help provide some insight. Today, I will be writing about some sleepers I think could be under owned to help you win a GPP or give you a bump in cash if you want to take the risk. Also, I will provide the “Game to Stack” in my opinion. I won’t always be writing about the same topics, so if there are any other topics you’d like me to touch on, please let me know! Let’s get started…
**Disclaimer: These sleepers are players I think can/will perform well and be lower owned than others around their price and position. Some will be riskier than others and some may be more obvious plays than others.** Continue reading “Monday 2/13 Sleepers & Game to Stack”
Willie Cauley-Stein ($4,600)– Our first Must Have on today’s today’s 12 game slate is Willie Cauley-Stein. The Sacramento Kings superstar DeMarcus Cousins is suspended from tonight’s contest verse the Boston Celtics because he picked up his 16th technical foul of the season. Without Cousins sky-high usage rate, all Kings players should have a huge boost in value and production. I’m targeting Cauley-Stein because he should be in for a terrific spot verse a Celtics team who ranks 9th worst against opposing Power Forwards and are known for being horrific on the glass! In addition, WCS has been terrific when he gets minutes! In his last 4 games when he’s received 20 minutes of playing time or more he’s had 20+ fanduel points in all of those outings! I would highly assume he plays 20+ minutes tonight if he stays out of foul trouble! This is my favorite value play on the board for tonight’s slate! Bold prediction: Willie Cauley-Stein hits 7x value tonight! Yes, you’re reading this correctly… 7x value!
Willie Cauley-Stein Bold Fanduel Projection- 32.2
Tonight’s 10 game slate allows for numerous low ownership high ceiling plays. I’m doing the research to call out a few great sleeper plays tonight that will help give you the edge.
With tonight’s small slate of four games you have to able to set your line up apart. We have scouted out a couple of the top sleeper picks for tonight that might be your key to separating yourself from the pack. Continue reading “Sleepers – 2/2/17”
TJ McConnell ($5,600)
McConnell will be highly overlooked with the plethora of options today. Sergio Rodriguez went down at the end of last month, and since December 30th, TJ has taken over as the starter and has secured his role. In the month of January, he’s quietly averaging 31.7 Fanduel points per game, comfortably above salary-based expectations. Furthermore, he’s in a pace-up matchup vs Houston (4th in pace) with a high over/under at 227.5, the second highest on the slate. Twice this month he’s faced top 5 paced teams in Denver and Brooklyn where he logged 29.4 and 24.6 Fanduel points, respectively. Some may argue the tough matchup with Patrick Beverley, but the Rockets sport a bottom DvP vs point guard’s sitting at 26th in the league in the past 4 weeks, a period Beverley was nearly fully present Continue reading “1/27 NBA Sleepers”