Daily Fantasy League Stacks for Week 8

There used to be a trough style urinal in my middle school. The community style urinal with no divider, so anyone could get a nice glimpse of your junk with a slight head tilt.

One time a kid was harmlessly taking a leak, when for no good reason I pushed his books out of his hand into the urinal trough. The kid peed on his books.

 

I was a shit head.

 

I hope that kid is reading this article and makes tons of money from these daily fantasy stacks I’m about to provide. These stacks increase your upside in daily leagues, but also increase your risk. Huge week from the duo… huge pay day. Lackluster week… you lose your house, marriage, and dog. (FYI- I’m using FanDuel for my salaries.)

 

Robert Griffin III $8800 and Jordan Reed $5400

I had RGIII and Garcon here last week, and would it been Reed, I would have been in some huge money. The young tight end has developed an impressive chemistry with his quarterback who seems to be almost 100% back. Reed is still at a dirt cheap price in FanDuel, so take advantage while you can. Washington will likely be playing catch up against Denver as well.

 

Chad Henne $5500 and Cecil Shorts $6100

The combo is just so damn cheap, and they almost have to be in pass mode the whole second half against San Francisco. Henne is horrible, but consistently posts 300 yards. He just needs to find the end zone once or twice and DFS money will pour from the heavens. Cecil, even with a bum shoulder, proved he can put up respectable stats as defenses key on Blackmon.

 

Matt Ryan $8700 and Harry Douglas $6500

I understand a large facet of the DFS community despises the expensive quarterback as you can find nice value elsewhere. However, when you are in large tournaments, at times it is advantageous to ditch the value play and go with the big guns. As mentioned earlier, RGIII, and now Matty Ice have nice matchups and cheap studs you can pair them up with.  

 

Geno Smith $7000 and Stephen Hill $4500

These two have been inches away from connecting for multiple huge plays. My hunch is this week they conceive that touchdown baby and it grows into mounds of cash for DFS owners. Plus, your team will be stacked elsewhere.

 

Eli Manning $6800 and Ruben Randall $5500

Speaking of cheap touchdown babies, these two are all about free love. Eli has an eye for Randall in the end zone, and rumors are that Victor Cruz is jealous.  

 

It’s your luck effing day. Here are some additional value picks that jumped out at me that will allow you to construct dominate, stomp-on-the-competition’s neck line ups.

 

Quarterback

Terrell Pryor, Oakland $6800

The value added by his legs are well worth the manageable salary hit you take.

 

Running Back

LaVeon Bell, Pittsburg $7000

This rookie running back is being fed the rock consistently. He was worth the wait, and definitely worth the 7K this week against Oakland.

 

Frank Gore, San Francisco $7400

He plays Jacksonville. My guess is the 49ers get out to a big lead, then its Gore-time the rest of the way. Great matchup.

 

Christopher Ivory, New York Jets $6000

After recovering from the injury, the Jets are onboard with making sure Ivory gets a full work load. He’s a banger that will hopefully punch in a touchdown.

 

Wide Receiver

Jarrett Boykin, Green Bay $6300

Doesn’t look like James Jones is coming back this week. Boykin will utilized a ton. Opportunity awaits this cheap wide out.

 

Danny Amendola, New England $6300

He’s not hurt anymore.

Dwayne Bowe, Kansa…. Gulp, forget I ever said anything…

 

Tight End

Joseph Fauria, Detroit $4700

Will he ever score 3 touchdowns in one game in his career again? Hell no. Will he snag one this week? Odds look pretty good against Dallas who lets tight ends walk all over them.

 

Good luck this week boys and girls. Give me a little follow on the Twitter @EHaleYea for more fantasy love.

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