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You hopefully made good money last week if you went with Adam Thielen, Ty Hilton, Golden Tate, JuJu or Allen Robinson; however, Odell, Demaryius Thomas, and Ted Ginn Jr all flopped while Julio Jones, Tyreek Hill, and Mike Evans weren't as avoidable as we had thought. Sorry. But welcome to a new week and all the ways to win a million are available again. We've already covered three quarterbacks and five running backs and today we are covering the eight wide receivers. Undoubtedly the heart and soul of your team, your four (yes four) wide receivers will be the bread and butter of your winning line up. Cutting costs at other positions and paying for premium running backs leaves about $6,000 for all four spots; so you will once again need to get creative in your flex if you overspend at WR1 and WR2. Every dollar here counts. Here are eight wide receivers to pick n choose from and three to avoid.
If you followed the blog last week, you hopefully made good money betting on Saquon Barkley and James Conner and avoiding Dalvin Cook and Kareem Hunt. This is a new week, though, and that means a whole new slate of chances to win a million. Yesterday, we covered the week three quarterbacks to draft and today we're looking at five running backs. Arguably the most important position, the running backs volume can fluctuate greatly which affects production and can be the difference between you winning and losing, just ask players like James Conner and Jay Ajayi. Good running backs are at a premium this week so with a $6,000 budget for both running back spots, you'll either need to get creative or cut costs at other positions like tight end or defense. Totally plausible, but here are five running backs with high upside you can feel confident about this week.
You probably made good money last week if you went with Drew Brees or Jared Goff and avoided Tom Brady; however, Tyrod Taylor was also a flop. Sorry about that one, but early season returns on adjustments is necessary in DraftKings if you want to stay on top and winning money.
We've already looked at three quarterbacks and five running backs to consider drafting this Sunday and today, we'll be looking at eight wide receivers. Undoubtedly, the bread and butter position in any PPR format and especially so in DraftKings, competitive, prolific receivers are expensive. You'll need to choose four (at least three and a flex, we highly recommend using a WR in your flex) to finalize your roster on Sunday. Adding budgetary players at other positions will leave you with about $6,200 for all four of your roster positions and every dollar will count. Here are eight receivers with favorable matchups this week or go-to receivers on prolific offenses that are bound to have big days. Whatever gets you the most bang for your buck.
Another week, another matchup and even more ways to win a million. Yesterday, we looked at Three Quarterbacks to Consider Drafting and today we'll be looking at five running backs.
Another week is upon us which means brand new match ups on DraftKings and even more ways to win a million dollars overnight. Our goal is to overload you with DraftKings info so you have the best chance to land in the top percentages and win money week in and week out. Every day, DraftKing's strategies will focus on a new position so you have a long list of players to choose from when aligning your final roster to give you the most value.