Fantasy Nascar DFS Top Plays for the Call 811 Before You Dig 250
High Priced Drivers
John Hunter Nemechek has been turning heads lately with his impressive performances on the racetrack. Starting second in the upcoming race, he has an excellent chance of finishing on the podium. Nemechek has a good track history, which is a vital factor when picking a driver for your DFS lineup. His consistent top-tier performances are what make him a top pick among high-priced drivers. With his experience and skill, it is highly likely that he will put in another strong performance in the upcoming race.
Another driver that we are keeping an eye on is Josh Berry. Starting sixth on the grid, Berry has an outstanding record on short tracks, which makes him a top pick among high-priced drivers. Berry’s driving style suits the fast-paced and tight corners that are prevalent in short tracks. His consistent finishes on these tracks are a testament to his driving abilities. With his high chances of finishing in the top 10, Berry could be an excellent addition to your DraftKings lineup.
Mid Priced Drivers
As we move on to the mid-priced range of DraftKings NASCAR DFS picks for the upcoming race, we have a couple of drivers that could prove to be valuable assets to your lineup.
First up, we have Cole Custer, who is starting in the coveted pole position. Custer has shown in the past that he can be a dominant driver at Martinsville, with a solid average finish at this track. He has the potential to lead laps and finish well, which makes him a great option to consider for your lineup. With his starting position, Custer has the advantage of starting in clean air, which will allow him to set a fast pace and lead the pack.
Next, we have Brandon Jones, who has had a tough season so far, but has an excellent track record at Martinsville. He has shown that he can handle the tight turns and tricky layout of this track, which bodes well for his chances of finishing in the top 10 or even better. Although he may not be a popular pick due to his struggles this season, Jones has the potential to surprise and provide great value to your lineup.
When it comes to mid-priced drivers, it’s important to look for drivers who have the potential to outperform their salary expectations. Both Custer and Jones fit that description, and they could help give you the edge you need to come out on top in your DraftKings NASCAR DFS contest.
Low Priced Value Drivers
Here are two drivers to consider when looking for a bargain:
First up is Anthony Alfredo. Despite starting at the back of the pack, he has shown promising speed this season and has the potential to make up a significant number of positions throughout the race. His place differential upside could prove to be a valuable asset for your lineup, especially if he finishes higher than his starting position. Keep in mind that Alfredo is a rookie, and his lack of experience may pose a challenge, but with a solid car and a bit of luck, he could surprise the field.
Another low-priced driver to consider is Jeb Burton. Although starting in 31st position, Burton has consistently performed well this season and has a good track record at Martinsville. His experience on this type of track may give him an edge over some of his competitors, allowing him to make up positions and possibly even finish in the top 20. His place differential potential is also worth considering when drafting your lineup, as he could earn a significant number of points if he finishes higher than where he started.
Remember, while high-priced drivers like John Hunter Nemechek and Cole Custer are likely to perform well, finding value in lower-priced drivers like Alfredo and Burton can give you an advantage over your competition.
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