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Jonathan Taylor Is Exactly Who We Thought He Was

Jonathan Taylor has been a hot devy item for two full seasons now, and it is highly likely the time has finally come for him to make his much anticipated graduation to the NFL. While it is more than likely Taylor will be playing on Sundays next season, we will get one more opportunity to watch him play in a Badgers uniform. Wisconsin plays Oregon in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day 2020. The above was from December 2019. Flash forward to March 2020. We got to see Taylor in a college uniform one last time in the Rose

Tua Tagovailoa Remains An Elite Prospect: A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Tua Tagovailoa was long considered the easily the top quarterback available in the 2020 NFL Draft until two things happened late in 2019. The first is Joe Burrow‘s rapid ascension in 2019. The second more significant occurrence was the dislocated hip he suffered against Mississippi State, ending his season. What does his future hold after the injury? Can he still be the extremely high-end quarterback prospect he was viewed as since he took over at Alabama? From The Beginning Tagovailoa is of Samoan descent and has been in love with the game of football since he was a child. He

Is Jonathan Taylor the Perfect Running Back Prospect: A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Jonathan Taylor has been a hot devy item for two full seasons now, and it is highly likely the time has finally come for him to make his much anticipated graduation to the NFL. While it is more than likely Taylor will be playing on Sundays next season, we will get one more opportunity to watch him play in a Badgers uniform. Wisconsin plays Oregon in the Rose Bowl on New Years Day 2020. From The Beginning Taylor was born and raised in New Jersey and attended Salem High School. He compiled 4,642 yards and 51 touchdown in his high

Week 17 DraftKings Targets: The News Cycle Is Key

As is the case with Week 17 historically, teams locked into the playoffs with little or nothing to gain from a Week 17 win will often be cautious with their key players. This is already reported to be the case with the Bills this week. We could also see the Vikings and/or Texans take this route as well. There is also the possibility of non-playoff teams giving their studs the week off with nothing to play for, and the Rams appear ready to sit out Todd Gurley and others. If looking to exercise a bit of caution, using players from

NFL Week 16 DraftKings Targets: Full Weekend Of Football

It’s fantasy football championship week, and we might as well carry that cash collection spirit over to the DFS side of things. We’ve got a three-game slate on Saturday with three separate island games, and this is a spot to attack. With the earliest game on Saturday likely to have the most exposure overall, late swapping on otherwise dead lineups is a huge advantage. Be prepared to pull late swapping triggers towards the end of the early game. I see more value on Saturday than Sunday and will spend most of the focus on that slate. Let’s look at each

UFC On ESPN+ 23 in Busan: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

This card is a cruel follow-up to the fireworks of UFC 245. It starts at 2 a.m. EST and takes place in Busan, South Korea. There’s zero star power on the card and is the lowest level even the promotion offers. We do have more fights than normal to take more stances on and I think there are some very live dogs with real scoring ceilings to attack on this one. Let’s get to the fights. A reminder of the fight classifications for tournaments: I will take each fight and assign it to one of five categories for tournament deployment.

Week 15 DraftKings Targets: Adapting To The Injury Carnage

The full-blown injury carnage from week 14 brings role changes for a lot of teams, and it potentially changes expectations for whole offenses. With week 15 being among the most important for year-long fantasy leagues as well, instead of breaking this down by position with a few top games, I’m going to hit each game from a DFS perspective, but also try to give some season-long thoughts as well in hopes of making decisions easier as you chase championships. Let’s get to the games. I’m going to run down the betting list for the order of games, but want the

UFC 245: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

After all the lead up to 244, and the card being a bit of a letdown, it’s safe to say this is actually the card of the year. We have three title fights and a full 13 fights for our viewing pleasure. There is also a special MME contest on DraftKings with a top prize of $50,000, and a boost in the size and top prize of the Mini-Max as well. I know I have some cash thoughts early in the week, as this card is fairly self-explanatory with the three five-round fights scheduled. Stacking the two men’s title fights

Week 14 DraftKings Targets: Attempting To Snipe Each Game

This is an utterly odd week. We really don’t have any specific games to heavily attack, and it’s one of few in memory where we don’t have a total over 48 points. I expect flat ownership, and I’m not sure there’s a single player on the slate that will turn out to be heavy chalk. With no glaring game to attack or fade due to total or ownership, we will most likely have to snipe the best plays from each game. Let’s go through it by position. Quarterback With Potential Stacks The closest thing, by my view, that we have

UFC On ESPN 7 in DC: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

I hope everyone enjoyed the break, but we are back. We get what’s best described as a tune-up card leading up to next week’s utter monster PPV card. There’s not a single fight that’s truly a draw on this card, perhaps save for seeing if there’s a legitimate heavyweight contender in Jair. We get a few fighters coming back after being KO’d in their last fight, and we will have to sort which ones are the bounceback candidates. A reminder of the fight classifications for tournaments: I will take each fight and assign it to one of five categories for

Jonathan Taylor Is Exactly Who We Thought He Was

Jonathan Taylor has been a hot devy item for two full seasons now, and it is highly likely the time has finally come for him to make his much anticipated graduation to the NFL. While it is more than likely Taylor will be playing on Sundays next season, we will get one more opportunity to watch him play in a Badgers uniform. Wisconsin plays Oregon in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day 2020. The above was from December 2019. Flash forward to March 2020. We got to see Taylor in a college uniform one last time in the Rose

Tua Tagovailoa Remains An Elite Prospect: A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Tua Tagovailoa was long considered the easily the top quarterback available in the 2020 NFL Draft until two things happened late in 2019. The first is Joe Burrow‘s rapid ascension in 2019. The second more significant occurrence was the dislocated hip he suffered against Mississippi State, ending his season. What does his future hold after the injury? Can he still be the extremely high-end quarterback prospect he was viewed as since he took over at Alabama? From The Beginning Tagovailoa is of Samoan descent and has been in love with the game of football since he was a child. He

Is Jonathan Taylor the Perfect Running Back Prospect: A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Jonathan Taylor has been a hot devy item for two full seasons now, and it is highly likely the time has finally come for him to make his much anticipated graduation to the NFL. While it is more than likely Taylor will be playing on Sundays next season, we will get one more opportunity to watch him play in a Badgers uniform. Wisconsin plays Oregon in the Rose Bowl on New Years Day 2020. From The Beginning Taylor was born and raised in New Jersey and attended Salem High School. He compiled 4,642 yards and 51 touchdown in his high

Week 17 DraftKings Targets: The News Cycle Is Key

As is the case with Week 17 historically, teams locked into the playoffs with little or nothing to gain from a Week 17 win will often be cautious with their key players. This is already reported to be the case with the Bills this week. We could also see the Vikings and/or Texans take this route as well. There is also the possibility of non-playoff teams giving their studs the week off with nothing to play for, and the Rams appear ready to sit out Todd Gurley and others. If looking to exercise a bit of caution, using players from

NFL Week 16 DraftKings Targets: Full Weekend Of Football

It’s fantasy football championship week, and we might as well carry that cash collection spirit over to the DFS side of things. We’ve got a three-game slate on Saturday with three separate island games, and this is a spot to attack. With the earliest game on Saturday likely to have the most exposure overall, late swapping on otherwise dead lineups is a huge advantage. Be prepared to pull late swapping triggers towards the end of the early game. I see more value on Saturday than Sunday and will spend most of the focus on that slate. Let’s look at each

UFC On ESPN+ 23 in Busan: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

This card is a cruel follow-up to the fireworks of UFC 245. It starts at 2 a.m. EST and takes place in Busan, South Korea. There’s zero star power on the card and is the lowest level even the promotion offers. We do have more fights than normal to take more stances on and I think there are some very live dogs with real scoring ceilings to attack on this one. Let’s get to the fights. A reminder of the fight classifications for tournaments: I will take each fight and assign it to one of five categories for tournament deployment.

Week 15 DraftKings Targets: Adapting To The Injury Carnage

The full-blown injury carnage from week 14 brings role changes for a lot of teams, and it potentially changes expectations for whole offenses. With week 15 being among the most important for year-long fantasy leagues as well, instead of breaking this down by position with a few top games, I’m going to hit each game from a DFS perspective, but also try to give some season-long thoughts as well in hopes of making decisions easier as you chase championships. Let’s get to the games. I’m going to run down the betting list for the order of games, but want the

UFC 245: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

After all the lead up to 244, and the card being a bit of a letdown, it’s safe to say this is actually the card of the year. We have three title fights and a full 13 fights for our viewing pleasure. There is also a special MME contest on DraftKings with a top prize of $50,000, and a boost in the size and top prize of the Mini-Max as well. I know I have some cash thoughts early in the week, as this card is fairly self-explanatory with the three five-round fights scheduled. Stacking the two men’s title fights

Week 14 DraftKings Targets: Attempting To Snipe Each Game

This is an utterly odd week. We really don’t have any specific games to heavily attack, and it’s one of few in memory where we don’t have a total over 48 points. I expect flat ownership, and I’m not sure there’s a single player on the slate that will turn out to be heavy chalk. With no glaring game to attack or fade due to total or ownership, we will most likely have to snipe the best plays from each game. Let’s go through it by position. Quarterback With Potential Stacks The closest thing, by my view, that we have

UFC On ESPN 7 in DC: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

I hope everyone enjoyed the break, but we are back. We get what’s best described as a tune-up card leading up to next week’s utter monster PPV card. There’s not a single fight that’s truly a draw on this card, perhaps save for seeing if there’s a legitimate heavyweight contender in Jair. We get a few fighters coming back after being KO’d in their last fight, and we will have to sort which ones are the bounceback candidates. A reminder of the fight classifications for tournaments: I will take each fight and assign it to one of five categories for

Jonathan Taylor Is Exactly Who We Thought He Was

Jonathan Taylor has been a hot devy item for two full seasons now, and it is highly likely the time has finally come for him to make his much anticipated graduation to the NFL. While it is more than likely Taylor will be playing on Sundays next season, we will

Tua Tagovailoa Remains An Elite Prospect: A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Tua Tagovailoa was long considered the easily the top quarterback available in the 2020 NFL Draft until two things happened late in 2019. The first is Joe Burrow‘s rapid ascension in 2019. The second more significant occurrence was the dislocated hip he suffered against Mississippi State, ending his season. What

Week 17 DraftKings Targets: The News Cycle Is Key

As is the case with Week 17 historically, teams locked into the playoffs with little or nothing to gain from a Week 17 win will often be cautious with their key players. This is already reported to be the case with the Bills this week. We could also see the

NFL Week 16 DraftKings Targets: Full Weekend Of Football

It’s fantasy football championship week, and we might as well carry that cash collection spirit over to the DFS side of things. We’ve got a three-game slate on Saturday with three separate island games, and this is a spot to attack. With the earliest game on Saturday likely to have

UFC On ESPN+ 23 in Busan: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

This card is a cruel follow-up to the fireworks of UFC 245. It starts at 2 a.m. EST and takes place in Busan, South Korea. There’s zero star power on the card and is the lowest level even the promotion offers. We do have more fights than normal to take

Week 15 DraftKings Targets: Adapting To The Injury Carnage

The full-blown injury carnage from week 14 brings role changes for a lot of teams, and it potentially changes expectations for whole offenses. With week 15 being among the most important for year-long fantasy leagues as well, instead of breaking this down by position with a few top games, I’m

UFC 245: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

After all the lead up to 244, and the card being a bit of a letdown, it’s safe to say this is actually the card of the year. We have three title fights and a full 13 fights for our viewing pleasure. There is also a special MME contest on

Week 14 DraftKings Targets: Attempting To Snipe Each Game

This is an utterly odd week. We really don’t have any specific games to heavily attack, and it’s one of few in memory where we don’t have a total over 48 points. I expect flat ownership, and I’m not sure there’s a single player on the slate that will turn

UFC On ESPN 7 in DC: DraftKings and Betting Breakdown

I hope everyone enjoyed the break, but we are back. We get what’s best described as a tune-up card leading up to next week’s utter monster PPV card. There’s not a single fight that’s truly a draw on this card, perhaps save for seeing if there’s a legitimate heavyweight contender

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