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Joe 2 Pro: Week 16 Recap and Week 17 Plays

This article is simple. I primarily run down my entire cash game thought process for the week. I won’t list plays for the sake of listing them. If I know early in the week which guy I am starting at QB, he’s the only guy I’ll mention. I’m going to list my whole player pool at each position. Then I will write up the one guy at each position I feel the most strongly about. Think of the first article as a rough draft. As news happens throughout the week, I’ll post an updated player pool on Friday or Saturday.

NOTE: PLAYERS ADDED TO MY PLAYER POOL ON FRIDAY/SATURDAY WILL BE IN RED.

Week 16 Recap

week16dk Ownership percentages are from $300 Single Entry GPP Week 16 was quite horrible, to say the least. The two-verse-two I was debating on Saturday was Cameron Meredith/Patriots D and DeAndre Hopkins/Bills D. In hindsight, I chose very poorly. There was about 41-point difference between that. This one of the worst scores I have ever put together. Reports came out that Mike McCarthy wanted to give Christine Michael equal work with Ty Montgomery, which left me trying to decipher that Saturday morning. Ultimately, I left it. Michael played just 24 percent of the snaps for Green Bay and saw five touches. Even though Montgomery played 63 percent of the snaps, he saw only nine carries, with five targets in the passing game. I was still projecting Montgomery for 16-to-18 touches and all the red-zone work. Sadly, Rodgers just had very little use for the running game as he and Jordy Nelson throttled the Vikings’ secondary. ffksdflk I was really disappointed this week in the way my lineup turned out. Luckily, I am still up $2685 this season. It’s nowhere near where I thought I’d be, but that is just how DFS goes sometimes. The last three years, Week 17 has been my profitable week every single season, so I’m hoping that trend continues so I can boost that bankroll a little more. Let’s get it!

Week 17 Plays

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By Justin Bailey | @BustinJaileyFI | Archive

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