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2013 Fantasy Football: Week 7 DraftKings Analysis


The guys at FantasyPros.com have introduced an awesome new tool that will take my rankings and spit out analysis for DraftKings salary cap contests.

Sort by cost per point to find the best values of the week. Look for guys I have ranked as starters at their position who have a low cost per point. For quarterbacks and tight ends, that means guys I have ranked in the top ten. For example, Chad Henne looks like the best value according to cost per point, but Eli Manning has a really low cost per point as well and I have Eli ranked in the top ten and Henne well outside the top 10. And at running back and wide receiver, look for guys with a low cost per point who I have ranked in my top 20.

Once you’ve picked a few lower cost value options, try to fill out your roster with guys I have ranked as elite options this week, meaning top five QB/TE and top ten RB/WR.

Use this analysis tool to fill out a lineup for a Fantasy Millionaire Grand Final qualifier.

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