The PFF ultimate DFS guide for Week 5

Everyone is learning more. Stay ahead of the pack with our top Week 5 DFS advice.

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(Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The PFF ultimate DFS guide for Week 5


We know more as the season goes on. That is always true. The flip side of that coin is that everyone playing fantasy football knows more as the season goes on.

That means your DFS research needs to be at least as stringent in the middle weeks as it was in the early weeks of the season, because everyone else is doing the same. Which brings us to PFF’s Week 5 DFS guide. Our writers have spent the week combing through everything DFS, and have arrived at these pieces of advice for Week 5.

Below, you’ll find a quick-hit summary of the five top advice pieces for Week 5. Click through the links to find the full arguments, but in a pinch, you’ll see what you need hear. Read. Click. And be sure to study up through our DFS Pro Optimizer tool. Do all that, and you’ll stay ahead of all those people who are learning more every week.

And then at the bottom, you’ll find links to the rest of our Week 5 DFS content. Good luck.

Fades of the week (Tyler Loechner)

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  • Patrick

    Woohoo another article that can’t be read oh fun. We should get a refund if you aren’t going to fix your website. Is there no support that reads these messages

    • 24AHAD

      I don’t understand either.

  • Joe

    The fix for all of the complaints on the site is a really easy adjustment if you have a low to mid-level programmer. The easy way, create a new top level nav link for DFS and categorize all of your DFS content (I would assume DFS brings enough traffic to add it to your main nav.). Another other option is to create a landing page for “fantasy,” and adjust level access based on your membership, with an easy way to understand you only bought the “gold” package. All the hard work on the previously posted content could be easily categorized again, and a simple 301 redirect won’t lose that precious link juice. Just wanted to make a mention, with the intentions of being positive. Thanks for all the great stuff every year!

  • idol

    This site is a joke