Last year, the Saints and Giants scored 101 points. In Week 2, you better take advantage of those two offenses in DFS. Don't even think about making a DraftKings DFS lineup without the Lineup Optimizer via FantasyCruncher.com.
Expert ProjectionsFor our optimizer to work, you need projections. Luckily we supply those for you in the form of our expert daily fantasy projections, created by our very own pool of professional players. Each sport (NBA, NFL, NHL, MLB) has player projections created by one of our experts. This gives you an excellent base to create your lineups from.
Week 2 DFS AdviceUsing the Fantasy Cruncher lineup optimizer, we created 100 lineups. Except this time, we removed all of the players we believe will be owned by a majority of DFS players, guys like Eli Manning, Lamar Miller, Willie Snead and Greg Olsen. We also removed the very expensive players like Drew Brees, David Johnson, Odell Beckham and Jordan Reed.
What we were let with were players who would be affordable, are projected to produce solid point totals and may be that one guy you own that makes your roster just unique enough to take home the top prize!
Fantasy Cruncher put Carson Palmer in 99% of our lineups against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Derek Carr is only $300 more than Palmer and if you pair him with Amari Cooper, against a Falcons defense that just saw Jameis Winston throw for four TDs, you could be in for a big Week.
Jeremy Langford (70%) was the most popular RB play with C.J. Anderson, Matt Forte and Danny Woodhead the others in at least 50% of lineups.
Larry Fitzgerald, paired with Carson Palmer is their favorite contrarian stack, once you removed the popular players.
Julian Edelman could reproduce what Doug Baldwin did against the Dolphins defense with 9 receptions for 92 yards and touchdown.
With Josh McCown under center for the Browns, Gary Barnidge could be a solid play against the Ravens.
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We're confident that once you try Fantasy Cruncher, you won't want to go back to the old way of creating lineups for your daily fantasy sports games.