Episode: DFS Lineup Advice: Week 15 (Ep. 450)


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DFS Lineup Advice: Week 15 (Ep. 450)

We analyze the top cash game and GPP plays with DailyFantasyInsider CEO, Justin MacMahan. Is it crazy to view Patrick Laird (7:07) as a viable cash game RB, should we roll the dice on Julio Jones (17:01) against San Francisco, and will Cooper Kupp (27:35) maintain his low snap count? Greg Ward (47:56) could be a target monster this week and Dak Prescott (1:04:49) may have a high ceiling thanks to his expected passing volume.

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