You Still Aren’t Stacking Enough in NFL DFS
In the early days of DFS, most players hadn’t figured out a lot of the strategies we now consider to be pretty obvious. Some of the first players that figured out the simple concept of correlation between a quarterback and one, or multiple, of his wide receivers (or pass catchers in general), what is now obviously known as stacking, had a pretty massive advantage over the field.
But now in 2019, we’ve come a long way from those times. Pretty much everyone understands the positive benefits of stacking your quarterback with his pass catchers, and it has become extremely popular in daily fantasy football contests.
So, in the first part of our series on stacking in NFL DFS, the clear question we wanted to answer was, with stacking becoming so popular in DFS tournaments now, should players still be doing it to gain an edge on their opponents?
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