XN Sports is introducing a new daily fantasy site called Victiv, which has one of the best features in all of daily fantasy, in addition to a sleek design, and a few ways to play daily fantasy football.
After you have signed up, be sure to take on Victron. This is Victiv’s computer, and if you beat it, you can win cash prizes. This is yet another way to play daily fantasy football, so try Victiv today..
On Victiv, you are given $50,000 in cap space to play a lineup composed of a quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, a tight end, two FLEX, and a defense/special teams. The scoring is a regular half-point PPR scoring system, which can be found in detail on the site.
How can we beat Victron, other players and win real money? First, sign up for Victiv here.
Second, take a look at XN Sports’ plays and lineup for Victiv for this weekend’s slate in fantasy football:
Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals $7,000
The only starting quarterback cheaper than Dalton is Brian Hoyer, which makes Dalton feel like a trap play. But, he is a value at this price. Dalton is cheaper than Derek Carr, Colt McCoy, Zach Mettenberger, Geno Smith and even Michael Vick. The Bengals face the Steelers this weekend, who have allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season, including multi-touchdown games in all but three contests. Dalton has thrown a touchdown pass in all but two games this season, which gives him a high floor at a low price on Victiv.
Marion Grice, Arizona Cardinals $2,400
This is contingent on the health of Andre Ellington. If he is unable to play, Grice becomes one of the best values on Victiv at a ridiculous price of $2,400. He will be the first back to play, and will split time with some other backs, but at $2,400 he is a bargain. The Cardinals face the Chiefs this weekend, who have given up an average of 27 fantasy points to running backs in the last two weeks. In addition, the Chiefs have allowed over 100 yards on the ground in five straight, giving up an average of just under 150 yards per game.
Stedman Bailey, St. Louis Rams $2,000
We better hope no one else realizes Bailey’s price on Victiv this weekend, as he is the value of the week, by far. Bailey is priced at the absolute lowest possible price on the site, but has been one of the better receivers over the last few weeks. Bailey has 12 catches for 189 and a touchdown in his last two games and faces the Redskins this weekend. Washington has allowed just under 700 yards and six touchdowns to wide receivers in their last three games. Bailey is the Rams’ top receiver right now, and is at the minimum price against one of the worst secondaries in the NFL. Play him in your lineups.
Julius Thomas, Denver Broncos $4,500
If Thomas plays (he is listed as questionable right now) he is the top value at tight end. You will not be able to get him for a discount like this again this season, as his injury has caused his price to plummet on Victiv. His $4,500 is $2,300 less than Rob Gronkowski and $1,100 less than Jimmy Graham, but for the same potential. The Broncos face the Bills, who have only allowed two touchdowns to tight ends this season, but one was against the Patriots and Rob Gronkowski, and the other was to Martellus Bennett and the Bears. The Bills have a great defense against tight ends on paper, but the only two top-tier tight ends have scored against them. If Thomas is active, put him into your lineups, as one touchdown will allow him to reach value.
QB – Andy Dalton $7,000
RB – Arian Foster $8,700
RB – Marion Grice $2,400 (if Ellington is out)
WR – Josh Gordon $9,000
WR – Stedman Bailey $2,000
TE – Julius Thomas $4,500 (if Thomas is active)
FLEX – DeAndre Hopkins $6,800
FLEX – LeSean McCoy $6,300
DEF – Vikings $3,200