Editor's Note: Double your money in our week 10 fantasy football league on FanDuel this Sunday. Refunds for all losing teams! Join now.
I'm not sure how I managed to do it, but for the second time in three weeks, I managed to find my way into the money in my FanDuel league. A couple of Steelers (Antonio Brown and DeAngelo Williams) was a pretty good move on my part, and DeMarco Murray chipped in as well. So, I turned my $5 entry into $25 by finishing in the top 1,400 of that multiplier league.
This week, the league through SB Nation is available to everybody, and much like Parker Lewis. . .you can't lose. If you finish in the money, you'll double up. If you don't finish in the money, you'll get a refund. It's a good way to get a taste of Daily Fantasy Sports, so. . .if you're eligible. . .jump on in.
Here's the team I'll be rolling with this week.
Since doubling up worked so well for me last week, I thought I'd try it again with the Dalton/Green connection. Murray worked out alright for me last week, too, so why not bring him back? I guess I doubled up with Murray and Ertz, too, but if the tight end on your roster isn't named Gronkowski, they're pretty much hit-or-miss. Hopefully I can have another successful week.
So, how much would it cost you to put together a team of nothing but Minnesota Vikings for Week 10? Let's take a look.
|Position||Player||Week 9 Salary||Week 10 Salary||Change|
|WR||Charles Johnson/Jarius Wright||$5,000||$4,900||-$100|
Well, for some reason, Stefon Diggs got a big downgrade this week. He had been on a pretty steady climb. Not sure why going up against one of the league's worst pass defenses would merit him taking that big a hit, value-wise, but if you want him on your roster you can get him for a song. Peterson is the only player on the roster that saw his value increase. . .thought he might have been down a bit too far last week, anyway. Looks like the correction is coming.
So, that's where I'm looking for FanDuel this week, folks. Where are you looking?