Fantasy duel apps, like FanDuel’s Fantasy Football App, are hosting bowl games with high stakes. Winning in the Superbowl means more chances of winning in the NFL DFS. It is essential to check on stats and advice on picking your lineup.
A DFS millionaire shared that the best strategy for picking a lineup is to pick players that could go off for massive numbers in the Super Bowl. Making this pick will either rake in a lot of money for you or go home with nothing.
Strategy lineup for Cincinnati Bengals vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Carson Wentz, Eagles
Although not drafted for the NFL, Wentz is still a player to not turn a blind eye on. He was the quarterback that could have been an interesting person to be drafted. He is a starter for the Philadelphia Eagles, who has thrown 27 touchdowns to seven interceptions in the last season. He also has an interception rate of two percent for the last three years.
Miles Sanders, Eagles
Sanders is the running back for the Eagles. He claims that he has a great rookie year, saying that 2020 will be his MVP year. In 2019, he played 72 percent of his team’s snaps and had an average of 18.4 touches. He was a competitive runner and receiver, finishing 1,327 yards.
Joe Burrow, Bengals
This lineup pick is expected, considering that Burrow is NFL’s number one draft pick. He is the quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals. Way back in his LSU days, he ran 4 touchdowns and 471 yards. He led LSU to a 45-38 against Texas.
He is known to be athletic enough to buy time from a pass rush. He is an accurate passer. He also has a powerful leadership, especially when he was with LSU. His maturity, confidence, and leadership are the traits that coaches love about him. Thus, making him one of the best picks for your lineup.
Strategy lineup for Baltimore Ravens vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Lamar Jackson, Ravens
The reigning NFL MVP is a crowd favorite. His skills, right play-calling, and best support from his team were the ingredients that helped him become one of the best NFL players in history. He threw 11 touchdowns in 2019, with zero interceptions.
He is the only quarterback in the NFL to pass 3,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a season. He is also the second player in NFL history to win two Most Valuable Player Award via a unanimous vote, after Tom Brady. Jackson is also the youngest player to win such an award at the age of 23. He is an obvious choice for your lineup pick.
Miles Boykin, Ravens
Boykin is the wide receiver for the Ravens. The Ravens have high expectations for this rookie, as he prepares for his second playing year. In 2019, he caught 13 passes for 198 yards and had three touchdowns. General Manager Eric De Costa expects Boykin to play big this coming season. He said that Boykin is a big and strong athlete with a great attitude.
Strategy lineup for Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Dak Prescott, Cowboys
Prescott is the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Quarterbacks receive the most pressure during the game, and Prescott does this position well. He was dubbed as one of those elite-level quarterbacks.
2016 was Prescott’s rookie year when he received the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. That year, the Dallas Cowboys finished with a 13-3 regular-season record. Prescott has a completion record of 65.8%, with 97 touchdowns and 36 interceptions. He has an average of 246.5 yards per game.
Strategy lineup for New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Saquon Barkley, Giants
Barkley is the running back of the Giants, drafted in 2018. He had the greatest rookie season in the Giants’ history. He led the league in 2018, eclipsing 2,000 yards which earned him the Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Last year, he was coveted to be the best NFL player of the season. However, he had an ankle injury, making him miss three games. There is now an opportunity for Barkley to come back as an elite running back for fantasy football this year. He is expected to perform well in his rushing yards.
Sterling Shepard, Giants
Shepard is a reliable football fantasy option for this season. During the last season, he caught 57 out of 83 targets in 10 games as a wide receiver. He caught all six targets for 76 yards and one touchdown on their game against the Redskins. If you are looking for a competitive wide receiver, then Shepard is the one you should pick.
Playing fantasy football does not only need a wide knowledge about football but also specific game plans and strategies to make sure you rake in cash. Pick the best lineup to ensure that you win your next fantasy football contest.
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