In this week’s Shoe Money Podcast, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen break down week six in the NFL after discussing the effect of Zeke Elliot’s coming suspension, the Adrian Peterson trade, and whether or not the Falcons are good.
In this week’s Shoe Money Podcast, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen break down week 5 in the NFL and look at the state of some teams as we reach the quarter point of the season – asking whether or not a handful of surprising teams are good.
After a brief hiatus, the article makes its glorious return just in time for a very interesting week of daily fantasy football. First, we’re going to start with a little housekeeping, as there have been some significant changes to the industry landscape this week. DraftKings has decided to exclude the Sunday Night Football game from
In this week’s Shoe Money Podcast, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen break down week 4 of the NFL, including some week 3 outliers you can expect to regress back to the mean.
In this week’s Shoe Money Podcast, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen break down week 3 of the NFL.
In this week’s Shoe Money Podcast, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen walk you through week two of the NFL season, and look back at the highs and lows of week one.
To quote the legendary 1984 smash hit “Cruel Summer” by Bananarama, “It’s a cruel, (cruel), summer/Leaving me here on my own..” After a seemingly endless eight months, the glory of NFL DFS has returned. As usual, week one presents us with some lucrative contests, with a once-in-the-season opportunity to capitalize on an influx of
In this week’s Shoe Money Podcast, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen walk you through week one of the 2017 NFL season – locking in five picks for your wallet.
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There’s a reason casinos are built so big. They win. A lot. Because even when they lose at the start of the night, they end up winning in the end – when instead of taking your winnings to your room and getting a good night sleep, you stay up and give them all back. Which