Top 5 Tips to SMASH College Football DraftKings📝🏈 2019 Daily Fantasy Sports [DFS Preview 2019 DFS]

Top 5 Tips to SMASH College Football DraftKings📝🏈 2019 Daily Fantasy Sports [DFS Preview 2019 DFS]

August 22, 2019 1 By Stanley Isaacs


– You asked for it and I’m always trying to
come through for you guys. So we’re gonna talk about how to dominate college football and
draftings and fanduel. My top five tips and
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and we’ll get started. Tip number one is that
we can’t treat college football like the NFL, and the good news is
there’s a ton of more slates than there is for the NFL season. – In college football
there’s a lot more yardage that gets accumulated during a game. Teams play it faster tempos, defense line is good. So you see a lot more points
scored in college football. You see a lot more yardage accumulated. You see a lot more perception accumulate. I would say average total NFL game is like mid-to-low 40s, yeah? – Yeah probably. – So in college football, the games that you’re generally targeting, you’re looking at 70-75 plus point totals. So you’re expecting 30 more points scored in these college football
games than the NFL games. So you’re expecting, a lot of
these college games you might see five or six hundred yards. I would assume an NFL
is probably around 400? – Sure.
– Of total offense. And then you’re expecting
an extra 28 points, so an extra four touch downs in a game. So basically if you’re expecting an extra four touchdowns, you’re expecting an extra 200 yards each team. Maybe you’re expecting an
extra 10 receptions each team, you’re adding about 75 more
fantasy points per game than what you had in an NFL game. – Let’s talk a little
bit about the slates. Like are the slates a little bit different in college football? Like what type of slates
are typically offering? Like what are you looking for? I know it’s probably a little bit, like there’s so many slates going on, we touched on it before. But is there anything
that you wanna talk about as far as the main differences? – Yeah, so the Draft Kings
and fanduel both offer a lot. Draft Kings offers more. You might see games on
a Tuesday, a Thursday, a Friday, and then
you’ll have a main slate, a afternoon slate, a late
slate, and a late late slate. And then all throughout
that you have show downs that are offered as well. So, pretty much during the
collage football season you can find a slate almost all the time during the week. And they’re all different aspects, FanDuel Showdown’s
terrible, I will say that, so I don’t really play it. The DraftKings Showdown is very good. And generally we’ll have a player that stands and do the
craziest thing as the captain. But Draft Kings is a very good showdown product for college football. But yeah you have so many different slates and the prize pools are
big, I think they had a 100k price pool at one point last year. – Nice.
– They had an online Final Action for college football
I think it was like 250K. So the prize pools are good, like they’re not gonna be NFL good but the prize pools are good enough that anyone that’s going out there and winning GPPs is having a great time. (thunder bangs) – By the way guys, if
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support what I’m doing here is to throw me a follow over on Twitter. And if you’re new to the community, I know a ton of you are over on Instagram so if you could follow me over there I’d really appreciate it. Tip number two is to pay
attention to injuries because they can open up a ton of volume just like in the NFL. (thunder bangs) – Injuries play a massive
effect in college football, as they do in every sport. If a guy is out, at a
running back position or a receiver comes in,
some teams have guys that will fill in, other
teams have sort of like a bore of tunes. So the difference between
college football and NFL, is college football rosters
like 80 or 90 people, so each teams has like 10 to 12 receivers. So, if one receiver gets injured, he might not play as much as the others. Also becomes a snap towel
situation somewhere in the NFL. If you have a guy that
doesn’t play tons of snaps, sorta limits what you’re
gonna expect from him in terms of an outputs. So you’re sorta looking for that as well. (thunder bangs) – Tip number three is to pay
attention to Vegas lines, but also pace, we want uptempo
games with tight spreads that hopefully they shoot out. (thunder bangs) So are you using Vegas
differently for college? ‘Cause I would assume there’s just these massive spreads in
comparison to the NFL. – Yeah, so what happens
in college football, is you’re gonna see massive spreads but the difference is, in NFL
there’s really no blow outs. There’s no real blow outs where guys are gonna get pulled from a game. College football, the team’s up 30 points, you’re probably gonna lose that team. Especially if you rotate running backs. Running backs has sort of moved to what you’re looking at with the NFL, where a lot of teams run platoons. – Sure.
– So if you have Alabama and they’re a 45-point
favorite and you want to play a guy like Damien Harris, you
might only get seven touches. So, if you’re playing a guy
that’s gonna get seven touches, that guy better score twice and get 200 yards on seven touches. You’re asking a lot. So it’s a situation where
you sorta want to get high total game but you also want a back and forth game if you can get it. So Texas Tech, as you really play a lot, they play variant tempo, they
played in Oklahoma State. All of a sudden the spread is like seven and the total’s eight. You just start buying guys in this game and you load up and get
five or six guys if you can, it all depends on pricing. And you just get people in there. (thunder bangs) – I just want to take
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really appreciate it, guys. Tip number four is don’t be one of those casual players that just has to get Alabama players in their line up. We really want to focus again on tempo and really stacking up the games that we think have potential
for a lot of points and not a ton of defense. (thunder bangs) – So what happens in
college football is people want to watch for like in
the SEC, so Alabama plays some good defensive team in
the SEC, they played Florida. Well the problem is the total in that game is 40 or 45, well the
same thing, like people look for Alabama and they play some Mino that they’re 40 point favored against. You’re only gonna get seven carries, or you play against a good defense. You’re looking at a slow game or you might get 20 carries but you’re gonna get like three yards a carry,
I don’t want that game. But that’s what the general public wants, general public sees
that as the best teams, so they’re trying to play
players from that game. I don’t care about that game, I might not watch a single
snap of the ‘Bama season unless they’re on the showdown slate, because I just don’t care. Like, they literally, I’ll see them on, this is my, this is how long I take on, like let’s say it’s Alabama vs. Portland. I’m looking at the games, okay, at Texas Tech, I’ll
go and say, yeah like that, ‘Bama for it okay, next, and that’s it. That’s the extent of the
looking I will do at that game. Or Alabama’s against the
Minos, like okay next, because all their players
are gonna be very expensive. Lets say there’s a 10k
running back for ‘Bama, He gets seven carries, how
is he gonna pay off 10k? Whereas, I can go get this
other 10K carrier that’s going to get 35 carries, I
might take him every time. So it’s one of those
situations, you want volume so you wanna know where your
volume’s gonna come from. – Similar to NFL, like I mean for anyone that’s been kind of following
along with this channel, you’ll know that I like games sackney, extremely important as well. You’re kinda hearing
what Seans saying about which games to stack, so
you’re looking for pace, you’re looking for, not necessarily some of the biggest spreads where there’s just these massive guys that’re
priced differently. Is there anything else that is one of your looking at different games to stack? – Yeah, a lot of time in
those games you’ll find maybe the fifth or sixth receiver, forth or fifth receiver,
for really low price. And that are playing, and it’s a situation where a team might have
very core abilities in terms of what they
normally do, but if they play in an up-tempo game they might be expected to get 150 more yards
than they normally do but they’re priced like. So, you have to sort of adjust for that. (thunder bangs) – Just a reminder if you’re
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they’re totally free, twitch.tv/JoeHolka, make
sure you’re following so you don’t miss when I go live. Tip number five is to
just at least be cognizant of the amount of running back platoons that are in college football
but also rushing quarter backs are just that much more
valuable in college football via fast, because sometimes
the pricing’s messed up. You always want to have that rushing four from your quarter back. (thunder bangs) One thing that you mentioned too, about these running backs, I would assume, and maybe I’m wrong, and
correct me if I’m wrong. At college football, are there any of these running backs
that are extremely good in the passing games so, can we get these pass-catching running backs on Draft Kings in particular? Like, do they have value on some of these running back splits
for some of these games that are a little bit closer? – Yeah, so I’m actually
gonna look it up real quick. So different teams have
different game plans and situations like that,
so you have certain teams that don’t really use
the running back at all out in the back field, then you have certain teams that do use the running backs out of
the back for quite a bit. So, a good example is James
Williams from Washington State. He had 83 catches last year for 600 yards and four touchdowns and then he also had 12 touchdowns on the ground. So, he was averaging about
10 carries on the ground, he would averaged about
eight targets in the air and he would score like
1.25 touchdowns a game. So you have guys like that
that are heavily involved. You have guys that are
in more of a platoon, Alabama runs a platoon, they
had three or four running backs all year that would be carries. Then you have certain teams that literally work horse a guy, and this guy gets like 40 carries. So you know these teams
and if a guys gonna get 40 carries in a good
match up, then if the team rush defense stinks, you
know that guy’s probably gonna produce a good
rush total because this is probably a guy that
averages five yards a carry and averages a touch down
or two touch downs a game. Well, if you’re gonna give me 40 carries and I average two,
four, five yards a carry it’s gonna be a pretty
good play most of the time. The key is rushing a quarter back. In the NFL you see a
guy like Lamar Jackson and the difference is,
in the college game, guys like Lamar Jackson also throw for 300 yards and run for 150. So, you might have a quarter
back like a Highland Murre or Lamar Jackson, their ceiling
might be 50 or 60 points. It’s difficult for other people to get up to a 50 or 60 point ceiling, even thought they might
be similarly priced. With that said, they sometimes mis-price rushing quarter backs and you might get a rushing quarter back for six grand that is gonna run for a hundred yards, get a touchdown throw for 200, get a touchdown type of thing. If you have that much rushing ability, it really produces a great four for you, regardless of what you price it. (thunder bangs) – If you want to learn more about how to become a profitable
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