New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman ups Ante in Head to Head Battle with Daily Fantasy Sports
Week five, ahh, the midpoint of my ten week blueprint on how fantasy football is not to be done.
I inched my way closer to daily fantasy football bankruptcy this week. I went into week six with lots of pressure, to fail. I only had five more weeks to prove I could waste $100 on DraftKings with nothing to show for it.
Not a good week for me on DraftKings and some signs point to this not being great one for DraftKings as a company. I had my clock cleaned during week 13, while the company itself continued their wait for a decision from a New York judge
If you’ve played daily fantasy sports for more than a few months, you surely have felt the sting of a long losing streak. It sucks to say the least, and the DFS industry as a whole has had a helluva losing streak
DraftKings and FanDuel are not dead to New Yorkers. Not yet anyway.
You and I are running short on time to become a millionaire on DraftKings. That's fine. After all, there might be another time this year when the Powerball hits $1.6 billion. At least three people got to share in that mountain of cash
Time to set those lineups again, boys and girls. The San Francisco 49ers embarrassed themselves to kick off Week 7, but there will be plenty of other teams making fools of themselves before the weeks over.
The New York Giants walloped the Washington Redskins to kick off Week 3, and I hope you all started Eli Manning, especially those of you who have Drew Brees sitting on your bench now (by the way, he’s injured, so, you know, don’t play him).