NFL Stacking Tool
Stacking may not mean the same thing in NFL as it does MLB, but it can be
just as important to tournament play. Much like baseball players, football
players are often highly correlated to their teammates because of the way
scoring works in the NFL. Most teams use multiple plays to amass drives down
the field to score points and touchdowns, which usually means most of a teams
offense is playing well.
While deep stacks like baseball are not recommended, stacks of 2-3
correlated players in NFL are often were beneficial in tournaments to set
yourself apart from the competition. Finding the right stack can be tricky and
even more difficult to find the correlation without some excellent projections
like we have here at Daily Fantasy Cafe.
Using the Daily Fantasy Cafe Stack Generator in conjunction with the
projections provided here will allow you to find the best and highest scoring
stacks in the NFL weekly. Often these stacks will be between the two most
correlated postions, quarterback and wide receiver. However, pass catching
running backs and tight ends can be stacked with teammates as well, but
stacking without a quarterback is not often advised.