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’ Cheat Sheet and lineup for Victiv for this weekend’s slate in fantasy football:
In a cheat sheet, we will list our top plays in terms of value at each position in order.
Chase Daniel, Kansas City Chiefs $4,800
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers $9,500
Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers $8,300
Chase Daniel is less than half the cost of some of the top-tier quarterbacks this week on Victiv, making him a value pick and a high likelihood to reach his expected value at under $5,000. For guys like Tony Romo, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning, and Aaron Rodgers to reach value, they would need 30 fantasy points or more. With Daniel’s price so low, he only needs to score 15 fantasy points to reach value, which is very doable against a Chargers secondary that has been torched at times this season. San Diego has allowed the 11th-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks this season, including at least one touchdown pass in all but two games this season.
Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh Steelers $9,900
Arian Foster, Houston Texans $8,800
Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs $7,200
Latavius Murray, Oakland Raiders $3,600
Murray’s price is a tad cheap on Victiv at just $3,600, making him a value pick at running back this weekend. Murray’s floor in the last four games is nine fantasy points, and that was against the Chiefs who keyed in on the run and allowed Murray to get just 12 carries, making Derek Carr beat them. Last week, Murray totaled 26 touches for 108 yards against the Bills defense, who ranks as one of the top defenses in the NFL. This week, Murray faces a Broncos team who allowed the Bengals to run all over them last week. Taking Murray at just $3,600 allows you to spend on Le’Veon Bell or Arian Foster.
Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants $9,500
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers $8,000
Rueben Randle, New York Giants $5,300
Stedman Bailey, St. Louis Rams $2,600
The two Giants receivers this week will be highly owned everywhere, but it’s just too much potential to pass up. Despite Odell Beckham‘s price being $1,500 higher than any other receiver, if you can fit him into your lineups he is a must play against the Eagles, who boast one of the worst secondaries in the NFL. If Bradley Fletcher plays, Beckham will face the worst cornerback in the NFL in terms of allowing yards and touchdowns in coverage (per PFF) and that will allow him to continue his incredible run of late.
Antonio Gates, San Diego Chargers $4,800
Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints $4,500
The tight end position is weak in Week 17. With the Patriots having nothing to play for, it’s likely that Rob Gronkowski will not play much, if at all, in a meaningless game. This brings Gates and Graham to the forefront of the tight end position this week, with both being priced under $5,000. Gates faces the Chiefs, who he had a touchdown against earlier this season. Graham faces the Bucs in a game that the Saints need to win to get to the playoffs. In the last two games, the Bucs have allowed 14 catches for 140 yards to opposing tight ends.
QB – Chase Daniel $4,800
RB – Le’Veon Bell $9,900
RB – Latavius Murray $3,600
WR – Odell Beckham Jr. $9,500
WR – Albert Wilson $2,400
TE – Jimmy Graham $4,500
FLEX – Rueben Randle $5,300
FLEX – Randall Cobb $7,000
DEF – Raiders $2,900