Fantasy Aces Week 1 Cash/GPP Breakdown
Week 1’s slate contains a bunch of underpriced players that make it easy to fit whoever you want in your lineup. First, I’ll break down the top cash game plays in-depth. These are guys who are expected to have the highest floors relative to their cost. Then, I’ll go into the top tournament –or GPP (guaranteed prize pool)—plays. These plays are all about upside but may be a bit riskier. Since the risk is already understood, the blurb will be shorter and focus on the reason for their upside. Also, any of the cash game plays are solid GPP plays as well, but remember to differentiate your lineup a bit, most of the top cash game plays will be in so many lineups that it will be hard to truly separate from the pack and finish in the top 10 percent if you’re only playing those guys without mixing in some lower-owned values.
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Cash Game Plays
QB Sam Bradford $6,250
Considering all the loose pricing on the site in Week 1, it’s interesting that Bradford is priced a bit more fairly here than he is on other sites. Nonetheless, he’s a strong option in a game where the Eagles have a 29-point Vegas team total. Chip Kelly’s offense has done wonders for Mark Sanchez and Nick Foles, leading them to huge percent increases in their yards per attempt, completion rate, and TD rate.