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  • SmartWater

    Marketing and Social Media Manager

    Two of the premiere DFS content sites finally come together to collaborate on the perfect show to watch while you grind out your Sunday lineups.

    DailyRoto’s Drew Dinkmeyer or Mike Leone will be joined by two of RotoGrinders finest (this week it will be Brit and Seige) to answer the burning questions from the community each and every week!

    The show starts at 7:30 ET on Saturday night and can be watched here: https://rotogrinders.com/live

    This will be a great opportunity to get your questions answered by some of industry’s finest and also score some DFS swag in the process!

    Post your question NFL Week 9 or NBA questions here in the thread and if your question gets selected to use for the show, you WIN SWAG!

    (Please ask a thought provoking question…These questions should not be of the start or sit variety)

  • flip4flop

    When approaching the flex position this night on DK, what is your thought process on deciding if a WR, RB, TE is the best to use this week?

  • SmartWater

    Marketing and Social Media Manager

    Do you always play the same amount of volume in cash and GPPs weekly? Do you let the slate determine that for you?

    If so, what makes a slate a “good” cash and/or GPP slate in your opinion?

    Thanks guys!

  • TrojansofSouthernCal

    What are some things DFS experts research for nfl that the average DFS player does not look at when researching players?

  • Taterchipdip

    How do you determine what percentage you should use of a player in NFL, throughout a lot of lineups?

  • Cal

    RG CoFounder & Admin

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    Mark Ingram or Tim Hightower? I think there’s a solid chance one of them will be on the winning Milly Maker lineup. Would love to hear each of the hosts make a call on it.

  • VChair23

    What are some specific things you look for at each position to take your player pool from slightly narrowed down (removal of what you feel are the most obvious bad plays), to the next level where the decisions become significantly tougher?

  • abright8

    I faded Thursday night and now feel way behind since Evans/Julio/Ryan were they were 30-50% owned and to a lesser extent Hooper/Brate/Freeman. So my question is, what is a strategy to make up points? How can I reconstruct my lineup to make up points, but not get trapped behind others? Do I need to be super contrarian or is a mega game stack even with chalky plays ok?

  • rockinrileys

    Can you explain what a leverage play and a pivot play are and what are the best situations to use them ?

  • Fredersp

    How much of a possible advantage do you gain by game stacking a high implied game (Indy/GB this week for an example)? With most of the players being high owned does having all of them in on one team create a profitable contrarian lineup if they go off?

  • CleverGroom

    Why are people sleeping on Mini Beefy Quesadillas at Taco Bell? Do they just not realize that’s a thing? Trust me, it’s a thing.

    Followup question: Please power rank your top five TBell menu options. Thanks!

  • mincuspincus

    Primarily being a MLB DFS guy, there are several statistics there that have a component of luck that we expect to stabilize as the season goes on (such as HR/FB rate).

    Other than TD regression, do NFL and/or NBA DFS have statistics with a luck-based component?

  • icecase88

    DFS strategy is constantly evolving. Are there any new trends that have emerged which have made you change the way you attack cash games, GPPs, or changed the way you construct your lineups?

  • Billsfan76

    How much does ownership come into play on big GPP contests?

  • waiverhawk

    When it comes to GPPs, even when using low owned players, should I avoid using all my money to be unique?

  • sgogineni

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    How much negative weight do you give to a matchup between divisional rivals that typically end up being low scoring affairs despite having potent offenses otherwise. For example Steelers vs Bengals or Steelers vs Ravens this week.

  • the_pharaoh

    Thank you.

  • abright8

    Great show. Thanks for the advice.

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