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The CFL has delayed the start of the 2020 season until at least July.
Brandon Banks' 100-yard output in last week's Eastern Division final and his production in an earlier matchup versus the Blue Bombers are just two reasons his top-dollar price is justifiable for the Grey Cup.
With a two-game Division Finals slate on tap, Juan Carlos Blanco guides you through multiple options at each position in the pair of high-stakes matchups.
C.J. Gable's late-season absence could favor him if he's sporting fresh legs versus an Alouettes squad that's surrendered 20 rushing touchdowns and handed him a season-best 30.3 fantasy points back in Week 1.
Hergy Mayala checks in criminally underpriced at just $3,500 despite totaling at least 17.6 fantasy points in three of the last four weeks and 27.3 last week against the Blue Bombers.
Bo Levi Mitchell squares off against a Bombers defense surrendering more than 300 passing yards and the second-most passing touchdowns (23) in the league through Week 19.
William Stanback returns to the starting lineup at a reasonable price and squares off against a Toronto defense surrendering the most rushing yards per game (120.5) and the second-most rushing touchdowns (20).
James Wilder sees a favorable matchup versus a RedBlacks club yielding the second-most rushing yards and third-most passing yards. His game script also improves with quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson's return.
Bo Levi Mitchell is primed to be a value play in Week 17 against an Alouettes defense surrendering 308.8 passing yards per contest along with a bevy of other favorable passing stats.
Cody Fajardo's matchup against a pass-friendly Argonauts defense may be too good to pass up. That's especially true with him coming off of a bye and averaging north of 21 points per game this season.
Along with periodic work as a running back, Bralon Addison recorded three 100-yard efforts in the last four games and at least seven grabs in the last six. He remains in play despite a tough matchup in Week 15.
Brandon Rutley amassed 102 total yards in Week 13 and is a steal in his second straight start, taking on a Lions defense that has allowed the most rushing yards per game (117.5) and rushing touchdowns (19).
After an unsuccessful shopping session, James Wilder is back and should be slated for a full workload this week against a RedBlacks defense that has allowed a league-high 17 rushing touchdowns this season.
As the only available running back for the Blue Bombers on Sunday, Johnny Augustine should offer financial flexibility to pay up at other positions, owning just a $3,500 price tag on DraftKings.
McCleod Bethel-Thompson has notched four 300-yard passing efforts in his last six games and checks in as a value quarterback versus an Alouettes defense allowing a league-worst 313.0 passing yards per game.
With double-digit efforts in six of his last seven games, Eric Rogers sports utility in all daily formats against a leaky Alouettes defense. His heap of targets could rise if Markeith Ambles can't suit up.
Alouettes quarterback Antonio Pipkin gets the start this week, and his affordable price tag makes him a player to target in this week's contests on DraftKings.
John Crockett has seized control of the RedBlacks' backfield and will aim for his third consecutive 80-plus yard rushing week against a leaky Alouettes defense that surrendered 7.75 YPC to him in Week 5.
Brandon Banks comes at a steep price for daily fantasy purposes, but he continues to easily offer enough returns to warrant the price tag, racking up at least 32.6 fantasy point in three of the last four games.
With a myriad of factors working in his favor, Darvin Adams may be well-positioned to bust out in Week 6 while flying under the DFS radar among the top-tier wideouts.
Jeremiah Masoli aims for his third straight 400-plus yard week and fourth consecutive notching at least 338 passing yards. He should receive consideration among top-tier Week 5 plays despite a mediocre matchup.
Sean Thomas-Erlington has topped 100 yards of offense in each game this season, and he has a good chance to hit that mark again this week against a vulnerable Alouettes defense.
After notching 39.02 fantasy points last week, Jeremiah Masoli sees a favorable matchup against a Montreal defense that allowed 447 passing yards to Edmonton's Trevor Harris in their only contest this season.
C.J. Gable and Trevor Harris are poised for big games versus a Lions club that allowed a league-high 33 points last week. The pair landed in the No. 1 and 2 spots in the Performers of the Week honors in Week 1.
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Jeremiah Masoli has played his best football away from home this season, and with the Tiger-Cats on the road in Sunday's Division Finals, he is an appealing option in this week's contests on DraftKings.
The CFL playoffs get underway Sunday, and a fresh Cameron Marshall squares off against a Winnipeg defense that gave up a lot of scores on the ground, giving him plenty of appeal in DraftKings contests.