What is a popular NFL DFS strategy that actually pays dividends?
Building your lineup around solid running backs seems to work well no matter what. No other position is guaranteed to touch the ball as much as the starting RB. This obviously leads to more opportunities for yards, receptions, and touchdowns.
How do I go about picking wide receivers and a tight end?
One of our favorite stats to look at when deciding on pass catchers is targets. Your players can't catch the ball if they aren't a major part of the team's game plan. Stick with players that tend to get lots of targets per game.