All of our analysis below contains players who are projected to score 10+ points or more. We filter out everyone below the 10 point threshold.
Draft kings appear to have a lot of balance between the positions this week regarding avg DTP, but each position group is top heavy and does not allow you to stack as heavily at RB and WR. The trend for week one and two allowed for some good lineup stacking of two or three tier one RB's and WR's with room to add a top flight QB. Last week I was able to fit Pat Mahomes, Todd Gurley, Melvin Gordon, Antonio Brown, Tevin Coleman, James Conner all under the 50k cap while adding in Sammy Watkins, Jared Cook, Geronimo Allison and the Chargers defense.
This week I am having problems blending based on matchups this week that include two games KC v. SF, ATL v. NO, that boast 50+ point over/under's.
The DTP shows numbers trending down by position, but as I mentioned above each postion group has top heavy salaries that make it difficult to stack two or three top tier players. This week will be more about identifying matchups. In the past Draft Kings would do this with their salries by week two, but it appears it has taken a few weeks with scheduling and mathcups for them to get an idea of what the trends are going to be.
The points per opportunity favour the RB's again this week a dI would still try to find a way to fit three solid backs into my lineup. Find the backs who will be targeted in the passing game the most often; This has been the safest bet thus far two weeks into the season the trend looks like it will continue.
DFS QBs DTP Ratio
DFS RBs DTP Ratio
DFS WR's and TE's DTP Ratio