Nascar DFS – Expert Recap and Grading – Daytona 500
It was a wild finish to the Daytona 500 as all our thoughts and prayers go out to Ryan Newman and his health. The top Nascar DFS analysts for the first race of the 2020 season was DFSKarma, who was closely followed by NumberFire and our very own DailyOverlay Cash Consensus. This is just the beginning of a long season of Nascar DFS coverage, so don’t forget to sign up to be a premium member so that you don’t miss out on any content. We are still offering a FREE 7-DAY TRIAL. You’ll be glad you signed up!
Review how all the Nascar DFS analysts and optimizers fared this past week and check out the top experts on the Overall Leaderboard. Make sure that you’re up to speed on who is making the grade this season. We also post the Ownership Percentages by position by count which are used to help project player ownership in our Weighted Consensus article each week.
Week in Review
#1) DFSKarma (Score: 5.83) takes the checked flag for the first race with three “A+” picks out of their six recommendations
#2) NumberFire (Score: 5.63) followed close behind the top spot with six of their eight picks receiving a grade of “B” or better
#3) DailyOverlay – Cash Consensus (Score: 5.22) our Cash picks fared very well with six out of nine selections receiving a “B” or better grade
Our Cash Consensus Picks finished in a very strong 3rd place, but the GPP Consensus Picks wallowed in last place out of 21 experts graded this week.
Sleepers of the Week
A+ – Brennan Poole (ActionNetwork)
A+ – David Ragan (DFSArmy-Nilly, Sportsline)
A+ – Justin Haley (DFSKarma, NumberFire)
Ownership Percentage Tracking
Below is the current table showing the data we have tracked so far this season. Results are using DraftKings Double-Up for Cash and large field single-entry tournaments for GPP. The Count column shows the number of times a driver was selected by the experts. The Cash % chart shows the average ownership percentage of those players in a Cash game. The GPP % chart shows the average ownership percentage of those players in a GPP tournament.