Analyzing the Top 10 Lineups From 2018 DraftKings NFL Millionaire Makers
With the 2019 NFL season about to start, I figured I would attempt to give you one of the most comprehensive reviews possible of top lineups from last season’s Millionaire Makers on DraftKings.
Last year I had my weekly review articles of the Top 10 lineups that tracked what was going on in season which many of you responded positively to, so I figured I would run it all back for you with some new data mixed in so that we can all have a better understanding of what these lineups look like and how we can attempt to re-create them ourselves either by hand or in LineupHQ. Many of the topics discussed here can be applied to all of the 100,000+ entry fields you will find on DraftKings this season.
One of the keys to making large field GPP NFL lineups is to start your lineup with a stack based around your quarterback, which generally involves putting skill position players from his team/game into the same lineup with him. Of the 170 lineups that made it into the Top 10 last season, 152 or nearly 90% of them contained some form of a stack based around the QB. This is a basic correlation for most players to start off their lineups nowadays, but it still remains one of the most important aspects of making a lineup that has a chance of success when playing in 200,000+ entry fields.
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