2019 NFL Draft Guide: Stacking in DFS
James Grande breaks down the best stacking strategies to use in your NFL DFS contests
When it comes to NFL DFS or all DFS sports for that matter, there are specific approaches you need to take when entering Guaranteed Prize Pools (GPPs) and stacking is one of them. If you’re unaware what stacking is, it’s taking multiple players off of the same team and using them all in one lineup. Most people know this, but we still need to reiterate for the new DFS players. If you have been playing DFS for years and haven’t been stacking, well you’re definitely behind the eight ball. Let's dive into some strategies behind it.
When to Stack
It was pretty much brought up in the introduction, but stacking in GPPs is the move. Two-man stacks in cash games are fine, even three players at times, but four-man cash stacks is too much. If that team does not score and you have four players from that team in your stack, you’re going to have a hard time reaching the cash line because you’re relying on the rest of your roster to pick up a TON of slack, and that’s just not feasible nine...