NFL Best Ball: Does Stacking Work?
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With the DRAFT Best Ball Championship well underway, I decided to research a question many have asked during the rise of Best Ball’s popularity:
Do I need to stack players from the same offense to improve my chances of winning?
If you’re unaware of the term “stacking,” it explains the strategy of drafting players from the same offense in hopes that they “amplify” your point totals by scoring together. For example, if I’ve drafted Tom Brady & Rob Gronkowski, and a TD pass is completed between the two, I’ve effectively doubled the point value of that TD since both players get credit for it.
So, should I stack players from the same offense? The short answer is… it depends. The long answer? Well, that’s below.
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