Sunday night was a blast for the generations of Cubs’ fans since they finally got a reason to celebrate the first win of their favorite team in the World Series at Wrigley Field since 1945. Chicago Cubs have finally picked up an exciting 3-2 victory over Indians, forcing Game six of the Series in Cleveland […]
With six teams on bye weeks and an early-morning Sunday game in London, we have one of the lightest slates of the year in Week 8. Only eleven games – ten if you partake in DraftKing’s Millionaire Maker tournament – are featured in this week’s column. As was our belief in Week 7, there are
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We are about to reach a tipping point. It may not happen this week, precisely, but it’s coming. Nearly halfway into the season, we have repeatedly looked back on trends that have produced winners in the past and find that they are flat-out under-performing. Through countless bouts of assessment and re-assessment and re-re-assessment, we continue to
1908 was a long time ago. It’s been nearly 108 years since the Chicago Cubs last won the World Series. Yet here there are only 4 wins away from ending over a century long curse. If this is the year that the Chicago Cubs finally win the World Series, it will incite one of the
($Price) Player name vs Opponent | Spread, Game Total Cash Game Plays ($5700) Jameis Winston vs OAK | -1.5 TB, 50 Famous Jameis is at home, vs the leagues worst secondary, with a high game and team total. He is averaging 19.5 fantasy points per game and opens up salary to spend up at other
Tonight’s daily fantasy hockey tournaments feature an eleven-game slate with some teams we can easily target and pick on. It also gives us a chance to embrace some of the risk we have mentioned in previous DFS hockey morning coffee pieces. The three games I am most interested in tonight are: Calgary Flames @ St.
The weekend grouping of daily fantasy hockey tournaments was an interesting one, especially the Saturday night slate. Dallas was a massive favorite against Columbus with an over/under of 6. Guess how many players the $10,000 winner of FanDuel’s $3 NHL Breakaway tournament had from this game? Zero. Dallas would go on to be shut out by