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Victiv Daily Fantasy Football: Value Cheat Sheet – Week 16

Top Victiv NFL value plays and optimized lineup for Week 16.

Jonathan Stewart

XN Sports is introducing a new daily fantasy site called Victiv, which has one of the best features in all of daily fantasy, in addition to a sleek design, and a few ways to play daily fantasy football.

After you have signed up, be sure to take on Victron. This is Victiv’s computer, and if you beat it, you can win cash prizes. This is yet another way to play daily fantasy football, so try Victiv today..

On Victiv, you are given $50,000 in cap space to play a lineup composed of a quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, a tight end, two FLEX, and a defense/special teams. The scoring is a regular half-point PPR scoring system, which can be found in detail on the site.

How can we beat Victron, other players and win real money? First, sign up for Victiv here.

Second, take a look at XN Sports’ Cheat Sheet and lineup for Victiv for this weekend’s slate in fantasy football:

In a cheat sheet, we will list our top plays in terms of value at each position in order.


Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions $8,800

Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons $9,500

Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys $10,200

Stafford is underpriced this weekend as he faces the Bears, who have given up the second-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. In the last three weeks, the Bears have given up eight touchdown passes combined to Stafford, Romo, and Drew Brees. With Stafford priced as QB14, but with the second-best matchup, he is a value this week on Victiv.

Running Back

Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints $5,700

Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills $5,800

Tre Mason, St. Louis Rams $5,000

Dan Herron, Indianapolis Colts $3,900

Jonathan Stewart, Carolina Panthers $5,100

With news coming out today about the Panthers only using DeAngelo Williams in an emergency, Stewart has an excellent chance to reach value again. The Panthers face the Browns, who just allowed the Bengals’ running backs to score 42 fantasy points last week, and are allowing the 10th-most fantasy points to opposing backs this season.

Wide Receiver

Marquess Wilson, Chicago Bears $3,400

Cole Beasley, Dallas Cowboys $2,000

Albert Wilson, Kansas City Chiefs $2,000

Stedman Bailey, St. Louis Rams $2,900

Charles Johnson, Minnesota Vikings $3,600

All the aforementioned receivers are solid punt options at their low prices. Cole Beasley is priced at the minimum, and he has caught an average of three passes for 40 yards and 0.6 touchdowns per game in his last five, giving him an excellent chance to reach value at the minimum against the Colts. The Colts’ slot corner is Darius Butler, who has given up 23 catches in coverage on 41 targets in the slot this season. His passer rating against is 97.9, which should allow Beasley to receive some action in the middle of the field.

Tight End

Dwayne Allen, Indianapolis Colts $3,900

Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns $2,900

Tim Wright, New England Patriots $2,000

Wright’s price at $2,000 is worth it as a punt option this week, as most cheap tight ends are fliers anyway. What is interesting about Wright is that he hasn’t caught a pass in two weeks and only played 17 offensive snaps last week. That’s probably why his price is back to the minimum, but the Jets are 29th in the NFL in defending the tight end, so expect Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels to exploit the matchup. If Wright catches a touchdown, or even a few catches for around 50 yards, he will reach value at the price minimum. In addition, he gives some cap relief to add some top-tier players.


QB – Matthew Stafford $8,800

RB – Tre Mason $5,000

RB – C.J. Anderson $5,800

WR – Antonio Brown $8,600

WR – Demaryius Thomas $7,600

TE – Rob Gronkowski $6,700

FLEX – Cole Beasley $2,000

FLEX – Albert Wilson $2,000

DEF – Lions $3,500

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