24 Oct 2015, 03:10pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, our Saturday column looks at DraftKings matchups for the late slate only. That's just four games this week. Some of our favorite matchups include Philip Rivers, Jonathan Stewart and Steve Smith. We also really like Antonio Gates and John Brown, but both have serious injury situations to monitor right up to game time. Ladarius Green could be a steal as a late add if Gates cannot go.
22 Oct 2015, 02:46pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's ESPN Insider feature takes a closer look at what's working and what might be the weaknesses for the top five offenses by DVOA so far: New England, Cincinnati, Arizona, Green Bay, and Pittsburgh.
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21 Oct 2015, 12:32pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, some of our favorite Week 7 matchups for DraftKings include Todd Gurley, Philip Rivers, Stefon Diggs and Antonio Gates.
18 Oct 2015, 10:42pm by Brian Fremeau
Ohio State and TCU sit at the top of the polls, but not at the top of the list of teams likely to remain undefeated down the stretch.
17 Oct 2015, 11:52am by Scott Kacsmar
Each Saturday we have a second DFS advice column on ESPN Insider for DraftKings, but this one only focuses on the late games. Outside of loading up on the Patriots, we also like Antonio Gates, Carlos Hyde and James Jones this week.
14 Oct 2015, 04:41pm by Sterling Xie
Using stats from FO and ESPN Stats & Information, we look at the best front sevens so far in 2015. Denver and the Jets are 1-2. Tennessee is a surprising No. 3. And surprisingly struggling so far this year: Buffalo and Houston, despite all the talent on those defensive lines.
6 comments, Last at 17 Oct 2015, 6:58pm by LionInAZ
14 Oct 2015, 11:38am by Scott Kacsmar
We recap Week 5 in DFS, including Owen Daniels' bagel. Some of our favorite Week 6 matchups for DraftKings include Colin Kaepernick, Dion Lewis, Julian Edelman, Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. Yes, we are all Patriots this week.
3 comments, Last at 15 Oct 2015, 10:39am by Captain Kevin
13 Oct 2015, 11:04am by Aaron Schatz
Using a series of metrics, we look at the best offensive lines of 2015 so far. Cincinnati is No. 1, Atlanta a surprising No. 2. Even more surprising: Dallas doesn't make the top ten, which brings up even more questions about how much the offensive line makes the running back or vice versa.
3 comments, Last at 13 Oct 2015, 5:47pm by ChicagoRaider
12 Oct 2015, 08:05am by Brian Fremeau
Of the 16 remaining undefeated teams, who has the best chance to run the table? According to the latest FEI ratings, it's Clemson and it isn't close.
10 Oct 2015, 03:03pm by Scott Kacsmar
Each Saturday we will have a second DFS advice column on Insider, but this one only focuses on the late games. Some of this week's favorite players include Philip Rivers, Dion Lewis, Rueben Randle and Owen Daniels.