NFC Offseason Acquisitions
Posted by Benny Ricciardi on Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 09:17


New York Giants

DEFENSE: The Giants spent a ton of money in free agency to improve the defense. The defensive line is scary talented. They signed Olivier Vernon, last year’s sack leader, to play defensive end. They also got beefier on the inside by signing Damon Harrison from the Jets. With Jason Pierre-Paul back, they are going to have a very solid line that can really go after the quarterback. On the back end they...

 Changing Philosophies: New Coaches & DFS Impact
Posted by Benny Ricciardi on Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 08:29

One way you can get a leg up on other DFS players early in the season is to understand coaching changes and the effects said changes have on player production. Some coaches prefer run heavy offenses, while others like to spread it out. A team that is going from one style to the other will see drastic changes in player usage. If we can identify the running back who will get more targets this year or a wide receiver who is likely to get less, we can have a better idea of potential production and make our roster decisions accordingly.

 Injury Updates: DFS Impact
Posted by Benny Ricciardi on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 20:26

Week 3 of the preseason saw some big names go down and some other prominent players receive bad news about opening weekend. Let’s take a look at some of the major situations and the impact it will have for DFS in Week One.

 Dime Package NFL Player Model
Posted by Rob Penn on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 20:09

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