In the end, (daily fantasy) football is on us, and we have a kind of enjoyment to start this season, highs and lows that are always promised to be convincing. The defending Super Bowl champion Pirates will host the United States in a football game on Thursday night, as the Cowboys aim to end the game in Week 1. The total number of books in Las Vegas is 53, and the Buccaneers have won the favor of 6 people, so NFL DFS players may usher in the 2022 NFL season and start a hopeful and profitable year of FanDuel single game.
FanDuel’s single DFS game doesn’t have any particularly weird rules, but here is a quick recap: the total score of the “MVP” is multiplied by 1.5, but he does not have the extra money game like the “Captain” in DraftKings Showdown. FanDuel’s default score is PPR with Four Point Pass TDAnd have Do not The prize money for 300-yard/100-yard competitions like DraftKings.
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FanDuel Single Game DFS Collection: Cowboys vs. Pirates
$60,000 budget, each team needs at least one player
MVP (1.5 times): QB Tom Brady, Buccaneers ($16,000)
Brady surpassed 30 points four times last season and once again contributed 29.9 points. Brady’s resume speaks for itself, but there are reasons to be more optimistic about him in 2022. Not only was he healthier after solving last season’s knee injury, but he also had a full set of weapons in his second year in the plan of head coach Bruce Arians. He will generate a lot of points, so we think he is a potential MVP pick.
FLEX: QB Dak Prescott, Cowboys ($15,500)
Conventional wisdom suggests that a larger percentage of fields will name Brady as their MVP. If you have a mood transition, please exchange two signal callers. Prescott must have a question mark before this first game. How about the arm? How much will he run? Will the offensive line problem hurt him? Lack of rush production is a possibility and a problem in a region, but he was able to score 29.5 FD and 38.3 FD points in the 4th and 5th weeks of last year, and his legs did not do much. He has a thin Ezekiel Elliott, an enviable three-man catcher, and two reliable TEs, so we will rely on big production as Dallas tries to keep up with Tampa.
FLEX: WR Chris Godwin, Pirate ($8,600)
Considering his relatively high salary in a game with many attractive wide receivers, it may be easy to avoid Godwin. In 2020, Godwin hasn’t always been so smooth, partly because of injuries to the camp, but he is still very effective on every goal. Don’t let the disappointing campaign of last season fool you. Godwin is very capable of injecting more than 20 FD points on any given night. In this special version, fantasy owners can also choose to exchange for Amari Cooper ($12,000) or CeeDee Lamb ($10,000).
FLEX: K Ryan Succop, pirate ($8,500)
Adding kickers to your lineup is never a fun thing, but in a game with such a high expected total, Succop should have enough opportunities to have a fantasy impact. In addition, he should give us some differentiated and “determined” scores in a game, we can only use Dallas WR or Bucs RB to guess.
FLEX: TE Rob Gronkowski, pirate ($7,500)
Gronk has a knack for shine in the spotlight game. We hope he can score one or two points, and if the fantasy god smiles at us as he did in the Super Bowl last year-we can unleash the iconic Gronk spikes on our opponents.