The 2021 fantasy football regular season concludes with Week 18. Most leagues are either finished or hosting their fantasy championships, but there is still data to sift through for the full DFS slate on Sunday and Monday. Using PFF metrics, we can exploit the projected rostership numbers to identify value for DFS lineups.
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This report helps identify pivot players to target if you are looking to avoid highly rostered players in GPP tournaments. Optimizing cost and rostership percentage is what creates strong yet unique lineups crucial to winning large-field tournaments.
DraftKings Top 20 Players in Projected Rostership
|Washington Football Team||WAS||NYG||D||3100||11.93%|
FanDuel Top 20 Players in Projected Rostership
|Washington Football Team||WAS||NYG||D||5000||10.00%|
Pivot Plays for Week 18
Hill has now started four games at quarterback for the New Orleans Saints and scored 17.4 fantasy points or more in three of them. This week, the Saints have a chance to sneak into the NFL playoffs. A win doesn’t guarantee a berth, but it improves their chances significantly. As usual, we hope that Hill leans into his main skill — running the football. He’s rushed at least 11 times in all four of his starts.
In a spot where Hill and the Saints need a win, they are lucky to draw the Atlanta Falcons as their opponent. Now long out of the playoff race, mostly due to their horrible defense, the Falcons are playing for just incentives and pride. Not to mention, Josh Allen just rushed for two touchdowns against them last week. Hill is in a great spot to stack up three or more total touchdowns at a reduced rostership percentage.