Glock’s NFL Lineup Review | Week 10

What is up everybody! This is a new article we are introducing this year which will review my main GPP/Single Entry team that I played over the weekend. I’ll do my best to explain why I played who I played, what I would have changed, and the results that came with it. The aim is to have this released every Tuesday and the hope is that the article can help provide you some valuable insight which can help improve your process when playing NFL DFS.

I always like writing review type of articles too since it forces me to be self-critical about my play and helps improves my process in turn. I definitely recommend reviewing your lineups after every weekend as well, I can guarantee it will make you a better player.

If you are familiar with my NBA Year In Review article from last year, I am not a high stakes player whatsoever and tend to play SE contests which are at the $100 price point and under. Whether you are a high stakes or low stakes player, you should be able to take tidbits and apply it to all levels of play. For the purposes of this article, I’ll be reviewing the ownership from the $50 NFL $200K Red Zone [$25K to 1st, Single Entry] contest. Lets dive in!

THE LINEUP

Will Levis – TB has been giving up big performances to opposing QBs so I bought into the Levis hype here. No Treylon Burks available at WR also made me think that the target tree would be very condensed

Christian McCaffrey – Thought CMC could really separate at the RB position given the other options that were available to us. SF put up a lot of points, just the touchdown variance did not fall his way for the first time in a long time

Rachaad White – My favorite run back of choice from the TB side as the tag was too low for the role he has within the TB offense. Gets both rushing and passing work

Deandre Hopkins – Was hoping DHop and Levis could rekindle some of that magic they had the first week Levis started. No Treylon Burks as well made for a condensed target tree

Tank Dell – Was between Levis/Stroud/Burrow as my QBs as I really liked the CIN/HOU game environment. Dell was my way of getting HOU exposure and in my mind was WR1 with no Nico Collins available

Tyler Boyd – One of my CIN correlation pieces with Tank Dell. Was leverage on Ja’Marr Chase who I thought would be hobbled/limited going into the game

Chig Okonkwo – TE continues to be a position I really don’t like so Chig was my easy way of correlating with my QB

Joe Mixon – Similar reasoning to Boyd where I would take up one of the main WRs and the main RB of the CIN offense hoping Chase would be limited in some way thus resulting to more production for Mixon + Boyd

Cowboys DST – Wasn’t going to fade Cowboys DST against Tommy DeVito despite the chalk. Thought they’d have a real shot at breaking the slate and separate from a DST perspective

THE RESULTS

Beat myself up pretty hard this week because I was considering a low owned Stroud stack but instead went for the Levis hype against the TB defense that has been struggling as of late. I keep telling myself I need to stop playing dust ball QBs but end up doing so for some reason. It’s probably because I am in love with jamming in studs like CMC if I can and using a cheap main stack allows me to do those type of things.

Definitely feels like a miss on my part but sooner or later, this cheap QB will come through for me by the end of the season (hopefully). If not, at least you all will be along for the ride! Heck I’ll probably go right back to fading the TB defense again this week and play Brock Purdy but that is to be determined…

WRAPPING UP

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