Quarterback: Our #1 guy at $7,700 is a great way to start out by saving some coin. Derek Carr should have a huge game and is priced right.
Running Backs #1: Always try to find value here, and our #1 guy, DeAngelo Williams, is only $7,100. Buy!
Defense: Giants are only $4,400 and last we looked, Dak Prescott AND Zeke Elliott (while talented) are still rookies.
Kicker: Come on guys, they're all the same. That said, we'll go up $100 from the cheapos and spend $4,600 on Chris Boswell, who will be busy against the Redskins.
Tight End: No need to splurge on Gronk here, especially with our #1 guy at a mere $7,400. Going with Jordan Reed.
"Value" Wide Receiver: Marvin Jones is only $5,500. FanDuel has no idea. He'll score as much as many of the top, more expensive options.
"Stack" Wide Receiver: We love that Crabtree is only $6,100, but honestly the 1k jump to Cooper is worth it. Still gives us $8,100 average per player left, so basically 2 studs.
Last Wide Receiver: Trying to stay around $8k, that way we can get a solid RB with our last selection. Instead, we scroll down to find T.Y. Hilton at a mere $6,800. That's nuts. And that leaves us with enough scratch for the best RB.
Last Running Back: Basically we get our choice here. Already have our #1 guy in D-Will. So we can go Lamar Miller or Todd Gurley. Thinking Gurley is the play in half PPR.
Value Engineering: With $500 left, we decide to "power up" and go with our #1 D, Houston. Not a dime to spare.
** Check back next week to see how we did, and for our FanDuel lineup as well. Good luck DFS'ers!