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We’re in the thick of college football bowl season, which means DFS action is just heating up. Whether you’re coming off a string of successful contests or looking to rebound with a winning lineup, it’s the perfect time to ensure your daily fantasy strategies are informed by the latest trends. That’s why we’re highlighting notable DFS salary changes with the help of our salary tracker tool ahead of today's bowl matchups.
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Our salary tracker is a helpful tool to utilize when crafting DFS lineups. With it, you're able to assess how player's salaries have changed on a week-to-week basis. You can also look deep into individual player's salaries and how their respective values have shifted throughout the season. The college football salary tracker allows users to filter between DraftKings and FanDuel prices, while also offering cash or GPP projections. You can also choose which slate of games you're targeting.
This preview features the latest biggest movers up and biggest movers down for key players ahead of tonight’s matchup ahead of today's college football bowl matchups. The tool enables users to see detailed charts of how player’s salaries have changed throughout the year, a feature showcased here by Titus Swen and Greg Bell.
Have a look:
Salary Tracker | DraftKings, Cash Projections | Dec. 21 Main Slate
Biggest Movers Up
Biggest Movers Down
Greg Bell's salary movement
Titus Swen's salary movement