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3 Golfers to Bet on for the PGA Championship:

There are many Sportsbooks that have already opened up odds for the PGA Championship, and even if you don’t bet, it’s never too early to start thinking about who we might use in DFS for the PGA Championship Millionaire Maker. The three players below likely won’t be buzz-worthy picks unless they pick up a top […]

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Is Tiger Woods Back?

Tiger Woods was in contention in the Valspar Championship this past week. And the buzz was incredible. The final round of this relatively unknown, early season tournament had an overnight rating of 5.11, which is higher than any golf telecast (outside of the Masters) since 2015. Tiger Woods is back. But is he back, back? […]

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The Eagles “Air Raid” Offense and More Air Yards Analysis Through 2 Weeks

In case you missed it, I wrote an article before week 1 using air yards to evaluate which teams had the most efficient and least efficient offenses from 2016 (hint: The Jets were terrible and the Patriots and Saints were awesome). Using the same method I used for that 2016 article, I decided to look at which teams […]

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5 Best Fantasy Matchups for DFS NFL 2017

It’s hard to evaluate fantasy matchups after only one week of the NFL season. Teams change a lot year to year, so last years data isn’t necessarily predictive of the current season. In this article, I’ll evaluate rosters and defensive statistics to break down the best matchups for Daily Fantasy NFL on FanDuel and DraftKings. […]

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Don’t Sleep on Jeremy Maclin, Breshad Perriman, and Mike Wallace

Week 1 was one of the strangest week’s of fantasy football I’ve ever witnessed. I was in Boston for DraftKing’s opening week party, and the scene at the sports bar we were sent to watch the games at was both sad and hilarious. The energy was low. DFSers, who had brought their laptops to the […]

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A Data Driven Look into Offensive Efficiency in the Passing Game

I was recently considering how to use statistics to determine the overall skill and strategy of offenses in the NFL. As DFS players, we are very good at gauging what kind of opportunity a wide receiver, running back, or tight end will get on a given week through synthesizing through news, snap counts, and other relevant […]

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NFL DFS: Quick Fantasy Position Outlooks Heading into 2017 – NFC East

We’re onto the second part of our position outlooks heading into 2017 – the NFC East. Again, these are brief overviews of each fantasy position and what we can expect for 2017 DFS purposes. We’ll touch on battles or developments to watch in preseason, bounceback or regression signs to look for in 2017 and hit up a […]

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NFL DFS: Quick Fantasy Position Outlooks Heading into 2017 – AFC East

NFL is almost here! Finally! Whether you’ve started your DFS NFL preparation or not, it’s always a good idea to get an idea on what the status is of each fantasy position on every team is heading into preseason. While some are obvious and even others remain relatively clear, having clarity on where the battles are […]

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Curveballs are underutilized early in the count

    I got the idea for this article thinking about pitching strategy. It makes sense to me that getting to two-strikes for a pitchers is an important strategy for good performance. With two strikes, pitchers can get a hitter to swing out of the zone and either make bad contact or miss completely, two […]

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The issues with Expected Outcome wOBA

There is a lot of luck involved in hitting a baseball. When a player violently swings at a pitch, which sometimes travels over 100 mph, even a small change in where the bat meets the ball could be the difference between a homerun or a pop up. A ball could be hit hard in the […]

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