When many outlier performances occur, it can be difficult to win in daily fantasy. Fortunately we had Zac Stacy and Andre Johnson in a few of our lineups last week, but Nick Foles and Riley Cooper? Nope. Sorry, but our algorithms aren't prepared to predict historical performances from backup quarterbacks. I hope you understand.
It wasn't a bad week from a daily fantasy perspective, especially since Jason Witten finally gave us a good performance. But it's time to look forward to Week 10, and hope the only big games come from the guys in your lineup.
If you’re unfamiliar, daily fantasy football rewards those who know how to compile stellar weekly fantasy lineups – your mediocre draft doesn’t matter. You’re starting a brand new squad every single week based on salary cap restrictions. It’s time to rejoice Mr. “I forgot to select my second running back until Round 7”.
To help you out with this daily format, we’ve used our massive database and thousands of lines of code to optimize your lineups. Each daily site has unique dollar values associated with each player, so one optimized roster on one site may look different compared to another one.
Luckily for you, we’ve created not one, but five lineups across five different daily sites based on our algorithms. You can find these optimized lineups below.
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