It’s my pleasure to announce this morning the October Blog Award winners. With over 120 blogs submitted and approved last month, the community has really been treated to some excellent blogging this past month! We had 38 different bloggers participate in the awards this month and they did a tremendous job, so join me in congratulating the winners as well as all other participants.
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If you played any NBA DFS in the preseason, you probably relied heavily on two sources, INSPYR who wrote the RG articles, but if you wanted a different voice, you turned to fathalpert who wrote some excellent NBA pieces breaking down each game, each and every night for the preseason! I know for a fact that a good contingency of the heavy NBA grinders were looking forward to his daily pieces and using his research to help them build their lineups. In case you missed out, never fear, he’s still writing these blogs and fully deserves a read every day!
With an average of 11,000 words in his breakdown blogs, Multichem really gets into each and every game. He has a unique way of analyzing the matchups and for that, he makes it very entertaining to read through. He’s worth a read each and every week and he’s worked hard to put his thoughts on paper, so give him a read.
peachfuzz – The sliding scale for value for NBA GPPs
For the second time in as many months, peachfuzz runs away with the blog of the month award with his piece on sliding scale value for NBA GPPs. If you love a good statistical read and some great NBA DFS insight, give his work a read as this isn’t his only great piece. I expect more to come from Mr. Peachfuzz.
YUUNGMOOLAHH – Public enemy 98 Oldsmobile
By far, one of the most unique voices in the blog world is YUUNGMOOLAH and his public enemy series. I think I’ve read all his blogs and everything he wrote because I get a kick out of it AND it’s informative and educational. It’s a rare combination. Pay attention to these pieces, they’re worth the read each and every week!
teachmehowto – Monday’s homework: review your Fanduel Lineups Week 7
teachmehowto takes us to class and assigns homework. He really touches on an important aspect of lineup building and DFS play that not many players take the time to do. Reviewing your past plays constructively can be very good for your overall skill level. This is especially true when you don’t do so hot. So take the cue from TMHT and go back and review your last week’s NFL plays NOW. then maybe click on and give his blogs a read.
Dmurphy104 – Multiple Cash Lineups
Dmurphy shows us how to build multiple cash lineups and still be successful. He shares his player pool for the week and talks about how he adjusted his lineups to try to maximize his chances at finding the optimal lineup.
Andy Bowsers has 13 blogs this month in what was ultimately a tough call to make. but I felt that Andy deserved to walk away with an award. Andy writes a “fade the chalk” piece daily that breaks down the chalk for NBA and whether or not to fade it or go ahead and embrace them. It’s a great piece that goes a long way in its research and should be utilized by all the Grinders!
Congrats to all the winners and keep grinding!