FanDuel NFL Strategy

Looking to get in on all the daily fantasy football fun at FanDuel for the upcoming season? If so, you’re going to need to know what you’re doing or else you’ll see your bankroll deplete at a mind numbing rate. Along with checking out who our own DFSN writers are looking to ride on a weekly basis by going to the FanDuel Football Picks page, you should also look to follow some of these FanDuel NFL strategy rules every passing week.

– Peruse the sportsbetting lines posted at Las Vegas sportsbooks on a weekly basis. Zero in on games that possess the highest posted totals. Games oddsmakers expect to be high scoring more times than not are regardless of whether or not the game actually combines to surpass the closing number. More points scored equates to higher fantasy point tallies; see how the two go hand in hand?!

– If discussing the week’s games with your friends and cohorts and they all seem to be convinced that a particular player is going to have an enormous week, a good FanDuel NFL strategy to use would be to avoid drafting that player/s to your roster. If your own fantasy circle is dead set on someone having a monster week, it’s highly likely that the entire daily fantasy community will be riding the same player. What good will that do if you and just about every other DFS player has the same guy rostered? The answer to that is quite simple; nothing! Go ahead and draft flavors of the week to 50/50s, but you need to take more chances if you hope to reap the rewards of the Big $$$ GPPs.

– Avoid bad weather games at all costs. Anything can happen in those situations, and they’ll either propel you to one of the most rewarding fantasy weeks in the history of your playing career, or hand you over a crushing defeat that you might not get over till next season. Bad weather games just aren’t worth the gamble!

Follow these simple FanDuel NFL strategy tips on a weekly basis, and you’ll find yourself in the money more times than not.

Mike Rose

Mike Rose

Mike is a die hard of everything Chicago and one that bleeds the crimson and blue of his beloved Jayhawks. He was a successful handicapper for years before establishing a sports content distribution company that covers all the major sports from an investing point of view for many highly acclaimed sports media outlets. He's in the learning phase of tackling the daily grind of fantasy sports, but has caught on quickly and expects his sports betting background to lead him and his readers to greener pastures. You can find him on Twitter @MikeRose77
Mike Rose
Mike Rose