Glock’s NFL Lineup Review | Week 12

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!


Jalen Hurts – BUF/PHI was one of the best game environments of the weekend, also thought he’d be the lower owned QB in that same game. Allen ended up being 22.8%

Rhamondre Stevenson – Too cheap for the role he has and is apart of a game environment which should feature a lot of rushing attempts due to the poor QB play on both sides

Jaylen Warren – Warren ended up getting mega steamed so right after lock I instantly regretted playing him. There was coach speak that he’d be more involved after the OC firing though even though it ended up being a Najee Harris day, classic NFL main slate DFS

DeVonta Smith – AJ Brown was one of the receivers getting a lot of ownership so DeVonta was my easy way to get leverage on that at lower ownership

Khalil Shakir – Big play ability at a cheap tag, was also a run back to my PHI primary stack which opened up more salary across my build

Christian Kirk – JAX/HOU was another game environment I liked which I mentioned in the PB. 2v2 I was heavily debating pre-lock was Kirk/Warren vs Pacheco/Diontae Johnson. The coach speak about Warren and Pickens getting more looks lead me to the Warren side

David Njoku – Super consistent Njoku has been a play or 2 away from a huge box score. It is clear DTR had a strong rapport with him too. Was also a pivot off the chalk McBride

Jonathan Taylor – Finally was used as a bell cow last week and was leverage on another game environment (TB/IND) that I liked. Minshew and the IND passing game was something I was considering this week so JT leveraged that even at chalk. (Came in way lower than projected, likely due to Warren steam)

Chiefs DST – Big disappointment for me here as LV actually looked good to open up the game. Also thought Pats DST would end up coming in higher owned. 2v2 I was debating with Pacheco above also correlated if I ended up going that route


Another disappointing NFL Classic Main slate but I can definitely say that I don’t mind the process and I’m loving the teams that I am putting into contests. I was 2 yards from a Stevenson bonus,  11 yards from a Kirk bonus, and 9 yards from a JT bonus so that would’ve easily put me into the green for the week. The Josh Allen mega nuke at 20% probably didn’t help either but I know it did help a lot of our members so I’ll take that as a W! Forward onto Week 13!


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