Week 3 Recap Week 3 in daily fantasy football was a roller coaster. As I watched the high scores pile up, my morale dropped with every touchdown that I didn’t have.
It took three weeks, but I finally made a profit at FanDuel! Any win truly feels good, as you’ll see below. Let’s recap how I did.
I’ve been trying to think of how to describe Week 2 for a while now and have decided a picture might work better.
Week 2 Recap Week 2 was a crazy with several games going against the script projected by Vegas lines. As a result my Week 2 picks were shaky, especially the Saints stack of Drew Brees, Brandin Cooks, and Brandon Coleman. My daily fantasy football projections from the machine learning model also had a miserable
Each week his season, a group of RotoViz writers writers will offer their Play of the Week. We’re tracking the value of our recommendations, using a DraftKings Millionaire Maker lineup metric, but we think these picks will also be valuable for seasonal leagues as well. For all the details about the
Week 2 Recap Week 2 was an interesting week to play daily fantasy football, to say the least. The Saints forgot how to play, Drew Brees was allegedly hurt during that game, the Eagles were a giant a mess overall, but Jordan Matthews saved his fantasy day on the last few drives
Week 2 of my FanDuel odyssey went a lot better than Week 1. That is to say, I didn’t lose most of what I played. Just how good was it? Let’s take a look.
If you’re just starting to take daily fantasy sports (DFS) seriously (like me), you’ve probably read a few articles from the ‘pros,’ either here at RotoViz or at other sites. One common narrative that you’ll find in all those articles: There are highs, and there are lows. Being a good DFS-player requires
Last week was a learning experience. If you had a bad week 1, don’t worry. It’s a long season and week 1 is probably the hardest week of the year since we don’t really know what teams are going to do in live action. For those that pay close attention,
Week 1 Recap Last week was a good week for my machine learning model, as I leveraged the model results to create three successful DraftKings lineups that propelled me to a nice week 1 profit. My best lineup included two of my week 1 picks, Chris Ivory and Jason Witten, as well