14 Nov 2015, 07:59am by Brian Fremeau
How well did a given team play on its best day, and which teams have had the best opponent-adjusted victories of the season? Our countdown of the best wins of the season to date in college football feature a number of teams getting a boost from the playoff selection committee.
11 Nov 2015, 04:28pm by Scott Kacsmar
Recapping the week in DFS: we lost Andrew Luck, Dion Lewis, Ben Roethlisberger and the state of New York. At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 10 matchups on DraftKings include Kirk Cousins, Doug Martin, James Jones and Austin Seferian-Jenkins (if he ever does return from injury).
09 Nov 2015, 11:26pm by Brian Fremeau
This week's rundown not only includes the likelihood each team will win the rest of its regular-season games, but also the likelihood the relevant contenders would win a conference championship game after running the table. Clemson is on cruise control, but everyone else has work to do.
07 Nov 2015, 04:29pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 9 matchups for the late slate only on DraftKings include Jacob Tamme, Jeremy Langford and Stevie Johnson. This is another good week to try Peyton Manning, and you should definitely use both Odell Beckham and Julio Jones, who are going up against the two worst defenses vs. No. 1 wide receivers.
05 Nov 2015, 03:05pm by Andrew Healy
This ESPN Insider piece looks at each of the 7-0 teams and their chances of going unbeaten through each of the remaining games on the schedule. The Patriots' have the best chance, but it's important to remember that three of these teams' toughest games of the year will come in the postseason. So New England's 7.1 percent chance of going 16-0 only works out to a 2.3 percent chance of going 19-0.
04 Nov 2015, 03:33pm by Scott Kacsmar
We recap an injury-filled Week 8 in DFS. At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 9 matchups on DraftKings include Jay Cutler, DeMarco Murray, Stevie Johnson and Heath Miller.
04 Nov 2015, 02:05pm by Aaron Schatz
Today's ESPN Insider feature looks at the teams with the toughest and easiest remaining schedules. Rather than simply using average DVOA of remaining opponents, we ranked schedules by going through game-by-game to figure out how often an average (0.0%) DVOA team would be expected to win each game, accounting for both the opponent and whether the game was on the road or at home.
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02 Nov 2015, 07:08am by Brian Fremeau
A total of 11 teams remain undefeated through eight weeks of the college football season, and six come from either the Big 12 or the Big Ten.
31 Oct 2015, 04:17pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite DraftKings matchups for the late slate include Jonathan Stewart, Eric Decker, Jason Witten and Cam Newton.
29 Oct 2015, 03:40pm by Aaron Schatz
This ESPN feature looks at the divisional races using our playoff odds simulation. There don't look to be a lot of competitive races this year, but there's a good one between the Falcons and Panthers, plus the scrum in the NFC East, and whatever you call the mess in the AFC South -- where 10 percent of our simulations end up with a 6-10 team winning the division.