Looking back at last week, we successfully predicted outbursts from the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons game stack, Mitchell Trubisky, and Anthony Miller. However, there were some that we got wrong, which will happen from time to time. Nonetheless, Week 1 is a thing of the past, we are already on to Week 2 of the NFL season.
Each week, this article will shine the spotlight on players outside the top-12 at their respective position on DraftKings and Fanduel to help you win your weekly contests in daily fantasy. This advice should help you avoid having a lineup full of players that will be on a lot of other player’s rosters and, therefore, give you a chance to win big each week.
After a great slate of Sunday football games, Monday night football will have its traditional two games for week one. The first game is a matchup between AFC and NFC. The Pittsburgh Steelers head into the Meadowlands to take on the New York Giants. The second game will feature the Tennessee Titans going into Mile High to take on the Denver Broncos. Both games will have some intriguing matchups. Below you’ll see my top players for each game. I’ll provide my top DraftKings Captain, FanDuel MVP, and some utility players for each game. They will also all be solid plays in full roster slates. Now let’s get started.
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Week 1 of the NFL season is oftentimes a wild and unpredictable ride. The same can be said about many weeks, however, what we think we know going into the season, becomes more clear after a real game is played.
Each week, this article will be looking at players outside the top-12 at their respective position that can help you win your weekly contests in daily fantasy. Some weeks will be running back and wide receiver centric, while others will focus on quarterbacks and tight ends if the matchups go that way.
It has been a long seven months since the last NFL game. That game ended with Patrick Mahomes leading the Kansas City Chiefs to their first Super Bowl since 1970. To kick things off in 2020 we get a rematch from last seasons AFC divisional series playoff game.