Back to the Future: Week 10 Cash Lineup Review

I took a few weeks off as I was traveling and couldn’t devote to as much volume as normal. This week was an interesting one because the scoring was so low. It is a good reminder that even though 140-150 is your target from a value projection standpoint, the goal (as Adam Levitan says) is to beat your opponents. I encourage you to read Adam’s cash game review. He is one of the best in the business at breaking things down. 

For week 10, I scored 128.8 DK points and won 82% of my cash games.

Those who don’t know the past are doomed to repeat it. One of the best ways to improve is to analyze what you’ve done previously. Large field tournaments that pay out a million dollars are quite sexy but the smart play for most DFS players are cash games (H2H’s, 50-50’s, Double Up’s). Cash games are the best way to build up your bankroll. Below is a look back at my cash game lineup from Week 10 in order to be better in Week 11. An accurate analysis can provide a foundation for future winnings. 

Back To The Future: Week 2 Cash Lineup Review

Those who don’t know the past are doomed to repeat it. One of the best ways to improve is to analyze what you’ve done previously. Large field tournaments that pay out a million dollars are quite sexy but the smart play for most DFS players are cash games (H2H’s, 50-50’s, Double Up’s). Cash games are the best way to build up your bankroll. Below is a look back at my cash game lineup from Week 2 in order to be better in Week 3. An accurate analysis can provide a foundation for future winnings.

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Ty Montgomery (RB) – At $5,800 and all the projected usage that he could want against the Falcons, this looked to be a prime spot. He was definitely going to be one of the more chalky plays. He had 19 carries and 4 targets in week 1.

BACK TO THE FUTURE: Week 1 Cash Lineup Review

Those who don’t know the past are doomed to repeat it. One of the best ways to improve is to analyze what you’ve done previously. Large field tournaments that pay out a million dollars are quite sexy but the smart play for most DFS players are cash games (H2H’s, 50-50’s, Double Up’s). Cash games are the best way to build up your bankroll. Below is a look back at my cash game lineup from Week 1 in order to be better in Week 2. An accurate analysis can provide a foundation for future winnings.

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TRUST THE PROCESS: Week 14 Cash Game Lineup

Those who don’t know the past are doomed to repeat it.  One of the best ways to improve is to analyze what you’ve done previously.  Large field tournaments that pay out a million dollars are quite sexy but the smart play for most amateur DFS players are cash games (H2H’s, 50-50’s, Double Up’s).  Below is a look back at my cash game lineup from Week 14.  An accurate analysis can provide a foundation for future winnings.


Eli Manning (QB) – He was practically free at only $500 above the minimum.  He was at home and though Dallas was 10-1, they don’t have a dominate pass defense. Going against a strong run defense and being a slight home-underdog, I believed the Giants would take to the air.  The Cowboys had given up 20 TD’s and an average of 285 passing yards to opponents this year.  I personally don’t like Eli.  I don’t like the Giants.  He hasn’t had a particularly strong fantasy season so far  with an average of 16.5 DK points, but he had 19.5 points in the first meeting and had 5 straight games of 13+ points so it is not like he’s Ryan Fitzpatrick.  I typically pay down at quarterback because the gap between the top-tier performers and lower-tier performers is not as wide as RB or WR.  Did I mention he was  PRACTICALLY FREE?!?  Man, I still don’t like Eli. Continue reading “TRUST THE PROCESS: Week 14 Cash Game Lineup”