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Yahoo DFS Picks Week 2: NFL DFS Programming Tips for Daily Fantasy GPP Football Tournaments

Week 1 is in the books, and whether the first dose of action was kind or cruel to you in daily fantasy football, it’s time to regroup and watch the NFL DFS Week 2 slate. There is still enough perceived value available to entice us to invest in some high-priced players in our Yahoo DFS tournament lineup.

Speaking of which, we’re counting on a wild card – or two, depending on your perspective – in this lineup, but we like the risk-taking versus the potential reward provided by a strong body of players.

PPR WEEK 2 RANKS:
quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | tight end | D / ST | Kicker

The Washington football team, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers are not on the main roster as they all play at peak hours. listen. This eliminates some big hitters at QB, RB, WR and most notably, TE.

STANDARD RANKING FOR WEEK 2:
quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Before detailing our choices, just a reminder of a few key rules for Yahoo DFS. It’s essentially the same as FanDuel, with Four point pass TD and PPR half point. In the past, the Sunday Night Football game was available on the main Yahoos slate, but that won’t be the case this year.

Yahoo DFS Picks Week 2: NFL DFS lineup for GPP tournaments

Main Sunday roster, $ 200 budget, no more than six players on the same team.

  • The Eagles are four-point underdogs at home, so it’s not a particularly attractive clash on paper. However, there was a sharp move on the total (from 45.5 to 50.5 in some books), which at least forces us to consider the possibility of a borderline shootout. If so, Hurts will pay off (again).

  • We’re expanding to include McCaffrey – the second most expensive back after Alvin Kamara ($ 38) – in our rosters because the Panthers have demonstrated their commitment to giving him all he can handle. The Saints are not a “safe” game, but McCaffrey has had success against them throughout his career. Plus, he might be a bit underestimated after Aaron Jones was bottled up in New Orleans last week.

  • Last week’s fantastic numbers weren’t stellar (14.6 points), but that changes with a touchdown, which Taylor is capable of in any given week. What we liked to see were seven targets. The Rams aren’t presenting an easy game on paper, but Taylor believes he’s heavily involved in the “silver” touches this week and throughout the season.

  • It’s no surprise that Robinson battled Jalen Ramsey and Co., but it was always nice to see him command 11 targets. The Bears are home favorites by four points, which means they will have more offensive success. We know the volume will be there for Robinson. We’re just asking him and Andy Dalton (or Justin Fields) to perform.

  • Kupp and Robert Woods ($ 23) are likely to trade great performances week to week, but head coach Sean McVay keeps them both busy. Being the cheaper of the two options probably means high property, so we’ll take “value”.

  • This week’s wild card is one of the pass catchers set to take on a bigger role in the wake of Jerry Jeudy’s sprained ankle. Volume isn’t Hamler’s calling card, but he’s tied for third on the team with four targets in week 1. Can he command a small opportunity boost and be the recipient? a deep strike like it should have been last week? drop it in the end zone? For $ 15, we’re ready to find out.

  • Kittle had a day on the field against the Eagles last season, catching all 15 targets for 183 yards and a touchdown. It’s a new year and the Eagles have a new coaching staff, but Kittle is a solid bet to finish as a TE1 on the slate any given week.

  • We don’t like that Fuller doesn’t have advanced chemistry with Tua Tagovailoa yet (or that Getty Images doesn’t have any photos of him in a Dolphins training uniform), but we know what he can do when He is healthy. The Dolphins have quietly assembled a dangerous collection of pass detection weapons, so defenses will need to respect other elements of the passing game. Maybe by giving Fuller some extra room to operate.

  • Jameis Winston led the Saints to dismantling the Packers last week, so you won’t have too much company in the property department. The talent present at every level of the Panthers’ defense is more appealing in this case, however. Not to mention, we also love the cheap price.




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