When it comes to fantasy football of any sort, there’s rarely a single, correct way of doing things. Some DFS lineups are better suited for cash games, and others should be used in tournaments. Ultimately, there can be several methods for generating lineups.
Consider a fantasy manager who enters only cash games. He could make a list of 20 solid lineups without optimizing them for cash games—he's just trying to maximize expected points. After he has 20 lineups, he can select the ones that are better suited for cash games and enter them into his selected contests.
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