Stacks, Fades, and GPP Leverage: Week 7


This week has several high point spreads, so for strategy purposes you don’t necessarily need to force rollbacks in these games as there are better opportunities in the same price range as the one-offs. For example, the Cardinals are the 17.5-point favorites against the Houston Texans, and we have Brandin Cooks as a clear comeback option in the game. On DraftKings, you get Chris Godwin for $ 100 less with double the implied total; on FanDuel you have Jaylen Waddle for $ 600 less in a much more competitive game. DFS creates different avenues each week to tap the pitch, and I’m a great preacher in using game stacks, but this week is a unique week to get creative with prizes.

Over the year, the Detroit Lions have been statistically one of the worst passing defenses in football, but have allowed just one passer from 300 yards and just two quarterbacks to throw for multiple touchdowns. In these multi-touchdown games, the running backs scored at least two of those scores.

The Chiefs are allowing 5.2 yards per carry and are up against Derrick Henry, but no running back has run more than 100 yards against Kansas City. Plus, no running back has received more than 15 runs against the Chiefs. Henry will have a ton of work to do, but paying his price in tournaments is a tough task.

The Washington football team have surrendered five league-leading games to wide receivers in which they have received eight or more receptions. They face Davante Adams this week, which had a disappointing week last weekend but is about to bounce back.

For my GPP article this week, you have the player pools that I use between each site and the game stacks, mini stacks, and some unique coins. The player pool is designed to simplify the composition of the roster. I’ll mention Z-Score a bit and if you don’t know what Z-Score is, check out the preseason article I wrote by clicking here.

The three tools I use the most when considering building my queues are the Cumulative Property Projections, the DFS Correlation Tool, and the Stack Value Report at 4for4.

If you haven’t checked out the DFS Playbook, please do so as it will walk you through how to approach each position, and you can line it up with some of the games you’ll read below.

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