Want to make your lineups safer and give them more upside?
Use a combination of mini-stacks... people tend to either load up on one game or spread their players across a bunch of games. You don't (sometimes you do) want to put all your eggs in one basket, but you also don't want to put your eggs in nine different baskets!
When you take a player from each game, that's nine scenarios you have to get right... when you take mini-stacks from three games, that's only three scenarios you have to get right! Much more likely to predict the game flow of only three games.
Yes, you have to pick the right players in those games but using correlation principles makes it much easier.
Game with highest over/under... take QB and WR from one team (could add TE).
Game with biggest blowout potential... take RB and DEF from favored team (could add WR from other team).
Game with second-highest over/under... take TE from one team and WR from the other team.
You've got 6 to 8 players in the best situations and still have a unique lineup structure. Add a sleeper WR or another stud RB and you've got a potential tournament winner, but you also have a really strong cash lineup!
This one trick WILL win you more money... but there's still a lot more to it - I want to share my best strategies and tips with you, tips that have put me in the top 10% of NFL DFS players.