DRAFTKINGS COLLEGE FOOTBALL BREAKDOWN WEEK 6
This college football season, aside from some minor shuffling within the top-ten, has yet to feature the trademark upsets that the sport is so well-known for. Now, as we enter the grind of conference-play, this will surely change sooner rather than later. From here on out, the college football schedule will be loaded with in-conference rivalry games, frequently between top-25 teams, and the upsets will rear their ugly heads. At this point, almost every team in the nation has faced a handful of formidable opponents, giving us a very strong idea of who each team is with regards to the team's talent-level and identity. For DFS purposes, on DraftKings, week six is all about the various mispricings across the board at almost every position. A handful of players stand out above the rest, as their respective prices have inexplicably remained unchanged following impressive performances in recent weeks, and we will look to take full advantage of that as we build CFB DFS lineups this weekend. Best of luck to all, and let's make a some money this weekend.
There is one fundamental difference between NFL DFS and College Football DFS, and that is lineup construction. A college football removes the tight end and defense positions from a lineup and replaces them one super flex position. The super flex position can be filled by a quarterback, running back, or wide receiver. On nearly every single slate throughout the year rostering a second quarterback in the super flex position will be optimal in both cash games and tournaments. Keep this in mind all year when building lineups.
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