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DFS Weekly Football Football is Here!

Anthony A. Perri


MyFantasyFix - Weekly Fantasy Football

The growth of the Daily fantasy industry has been nothing short of historic. If you're not familiar with it, you will be in the coming months as investors such as Comcast are pouring in millions of dollars to make sure that you do. Yes it's essentially the same element as the wildly popular traditional league, but it resets weekly....and with big cash prizes.

As a recent Wall Street Journal article points out, "Unlike a full fantasy season, daily fantasy provides instant gratification. It is also conducive to quants: The savviest daily-fantasy owners, like the whizzy general managers in sports today, use advanced statistics to help them draft players." If you are wondering, the central figure in this article is the same guy (Drew Dinkmeyer) that's helping subscribers like yourself here at myfantasyfix.com, field that competitive team.

Glimpse of our football season lineup

Examples of My Fantasy Fix DFS Weekly Analysis:

Wide Receiver - Best Value Play
Featured Site: DraftStreet

Kenbrell Thompkins (NE) - Rookie WR Thompkins looks to be an awesome value play week 1. In the beginning of the season we will see some underpriced players as a result of roles that have changed over the off-season. Thompkins has received rave reviews this preseason and steps into the number 2 WR spot for a New England passing attack that is one of the league's best year in and year out (4th most passing yards last year). He's got a dream matchup week 1 facing a Buffalo Bills defense that was 22nd worst in the league last year against the pass according to Football Outsiders. Buffalo has a new coach and a new coordinator attempting to implement a much more aggressive defense. While this may work out for the team in the long run, in the short run they will likely be prone to giving up a lot of big plays as they learn the defense. More importantly, though, Buffalo just does not have the pieces in the secondary to defend the pass. Their best assets are Jairus Byrd (missed all of training camp due to a holdout) and second year CB Stephon Gilmore who is out for the start of the season with an injury. With Gilmore out, it looks like some combination of Leodis McKelvin, Ron Brooks and Justin Rogers will be trying to slow down the New England passing attack. McKelvin has some upside but in general that trio lacks a lot of skill and experience. This game has one of the highest week 1 totals at 49, and it's tough to envision Thompkins not being worth his salary on DraftStreet ($4,142). At that price, this selection is all upside.

Running Back - Value Plays
Featured Site: FanDuel

Darren Sproles (NO) - Sproles looks like a solid value on FanDuel at $6,700. This game is setup to be an absolute shootout, and the early line in Vegas has the total at a whopping 54. Sproles only played in one of the matchups between these two teams last year, and he was targeted 9 times resulting in 5 catches for 47 yards. I view this as Sproles' absolute floor in the upcoming week 1 contest. Consider that Sproles was able to do that in a game in which the Saints scored just 13 points, their lowest output of the season. In weekly fantasy football, the best guys to play (easier said than done) are the ones with low floors relative to their price tags yet still have a high ceiling. That's how I envision Sproles. With so much expected scoring and Sproles' involvement in the offense (averaged 8 targets per game, only 2 games with less than 7 targets), I think you are looking at 6 catches, 80-100 total yards and a TD. Also, as noted in the Fantistics Draft Software, Sproles could see more overall touches this season with the return of his health and Sean Payton. The only drawback to using Sproles on FanDuel is half-PPR scoring.

Darren McFadden (OAK) - McFadden had an awful year, marred by injuries and a lowly 3.3 yards per carry. However, he gets a really juicy matchup in week 1 against the Colts. Last year, the Colts had the worst rush defense in the NFL according to Football Outsiders. They gave up the 4th most yards in the league (137.5 per game) and the second highest yards per carry (5.1). This game has a high total of 47, and with the Colts heavy favorites (-10), look for the Raiders to stick to the ground game. At $7,400 on FanDuel, McFadden has RB1 upside at an RB2 price tag.
Access to Fantistics Weekly Player Projections and Rankings:

Access to Weekly Analysis and Charting

DFS is an exploding market that we are all passionate about. I am an obsessed DFS player that was never anything but average in skill level. I would break even on good weeks because of the fierce competition. After I started following Michael & Drew on Twitter, I learned quickly that these two were unique. They do not use BvP or lefty/righty matchups in baseball to build their lineups. These two stats gurus used real world metrics to give you the best opportunity to create a winning lineup every single day with a high focus on value plays. After I joined MyFantasyFix.com and built lineups from their recommendations, I went from breaking even to winning over 70% of the time over the course of a week on FanDuel in head to head and 50/50 matchups. I can't even begin to express my gratitude for the work they do and I'd honestly consider not playing as much as I do now if this service was gone tomorrow. I have all of their alerts set as a high priority in my mail inbox. I've also met other intelligent subscribers through the MFF community as a side bonus and we help each other daily to build winning lineups using Drew & Michael's expertise to lead us. My only complaint is I wish they would charge more. With MFF content, I win more money in one day than a subscription costs for an entire season. This is a no brainer service. -@sports4steve

Results matter to all of us and if you want to improve your game the place to go for the most detailed breakdowns of games and player matchups is Myfantasyfix.com. I can happily say that the guys over at myfantasyfix.com have taught me so much about what to look for with matchups in games and how to properly research players that I quickly became a consistent winning player. Football season is here so join up and reap the rewards! -John O. aka Razz
A subscription to MyFantasyFix is a must for any serious DFS player. With industry-leading analysis and valuable email alerts, MyFantasyFix is a staple to my daily routine. I consider it a major key to my success. -bripc23

I just wanted to tell all of you working on myfantasyfix.com that your daily fix for MLB has increased my profits on DFS over 600% this season. Your site is a must have for anyone who is serious about making money on DFS. The season fee for your MLB package paid for itself in one night. Thanks again for all your support and I look forward to the NFL fix this fall. Keep up the good work and I hope to see you in the DFFC this season. - ffhorseshoe

Your Daily Play Analysts :

Drew Dinkmeyer (fantasy alias - Dinkpiece) has been grinding away at daily fantasy sports since 2010. After having a few years of significant success grinding, Drew turned professional in 2013. His success has earned him recognition in many forums, including a featured article in the Wall Street Journal about Drew turning professional. Independent ranking sites have ranked Drew as high as a Top 10 overall daily fantasy player and he was a finalist for Player of the Year Awards in 2012. Drew was the SuperJoust IV winner during the 2012 NFL season and has qualified for the DSBBC, DSBC, and DSFC Championships held by Draftstreet in 2012 and 2013 as well as the DraftDay Big League Blast competition in 2013 and the StarStreet Playboy Fantasy Baseball Championship. An analyst for Fantistics.com and co-host of Fantistics Insider Baseball and Football Show on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio, Drew is devoted to helping our subscribers become better fantasy players.

Michael Leone (fantasy alias - leonem) has been playing daily fantasy sports since 2011. He has experienced success across a variety of daily fantasy sports sites in baseball, football, and basketball. Michael is currently ranked as a top 100 daily fantasy sports player. His crowning achievement to date was winning the 2012 Draftstreet Fantasy Baseball Championship and the Star Street PFBC Playboy Mansion $75k tournament in 2013. He also qualified for the 2013 Draftstreet Fantasy Basketball Championship and the 2013 DailyJoust Baseball SuperJoust VI. Michael has been an analyst for Fantistics Insider Baseball since 2008, and can be heard delivering daily play advice as part of the Fantistics Insider Baseball show on Sirius XM Radio.

Sample Results:
My Fantasy Fix customers win big prizes! In a recent competition 4 of the top 10 finishers in the $75,000 Star Street Playboy Mansion tournament were myfantasyfix.com subscribers! Two of those top 10 finishers were none other than our Mike Leone and Drew Dinkmeyer.

So why daily fantasy? Well, it's incredibly fun and provides a great way for fantasy owners to expand their scope for the games that they love. It's formatted in a way that allows you to choose your level of commitment and each day provides a fun new challenge. Oh and it doesn't hurt that you can make a little extra money on the side. Let us help you do both! By changing the results of just one head-to-head or double-up matchup a month our subscription will pay for itself!  Try us free for a week, a month or jump in for the rest of the season, welcome aboard!

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