To become a better daily fantasy football player, you need to start trying out different strategies when building lineups. There are no perfect strategies, but there are some strategies that have proven to be good over the long term.
Like with any task you hope to perfect, to get better at DFS you need to build knowledge on top of knowledge. We looked at the rules and some basic tenets of daily fantasy football, and then an introduction to the next step of daily fantasy football statistics. Now, we’ll move up from the Intermediate section to the advanced section, where we will explore strategy in more depth.
Stacking in DFS football isn’t as extensive as it is in other sports, but it is still an important strategy.
Playing DFS with only one game can be tricky. We look at some strategy.
Quarterback is one of the most consistent positions in the NFL. How do we go about choosing the best?
Similar to quarterback, running back is a predictable position, so paying up for them is a safe tactic. We take you through strategies for picking the best at the position.
Receivers are more volatile in week-to-week production than running backs and quarterbacks. How should we go about picking them?
Even more random than wide receivers and tight ends, DST is tough to get right week in and week out. What is the best strategy for rostering DST?
You can choose three positions for your flex slot. Which of the three is most beneficial to your odds of winning at DraftKings?