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Everything I Know About Roster Construction

By JMToWin :: 2021
Rated 4.6 out of 5
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by JM


Why do…

DFS players who know nothing about the NFL CONSISTENTLY BEAT “NFL experts” who know the league inside and out?


Easy ::

DFS is, instead, a game of putting players onto better-built rosters than the rosters your opponents are building

  • This course is comprised of ::
    • 19 Audio Lessons(!!!!)
    • Each of which is around 15 to 30 minutes in length!

The Goal?

  • The goal is for each lesson in this course to function as a “pocket coach” for you, with bite-sized deep-dives into specific elements required to master NFL DFS
    • STEP 1 :: Listen to the course in its entirety
    • STEP 2 :: As you need refreshers and pick-me-ups throughout the season, pull out your “pocket coach” and go to the bite-sized deep-dive most relevant to your current situation


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Lesson 1 :: DFS Theory (Or: The Truth About DFS)
  • There are people who know nothing about the NFL, and who consistently make more money in DFS than all the “fantasy experts” who know the NFL inside and out
  • In this lesson, we’ll explore what those people know that the “fantasy experts” don’t
  • …and more importantly, we’ll explore the edge available to those with superior NFL knowledge

Reverse-Rankings ::

These are reverse rankings of people who make the most money in NFL DFS

Least $ ::

People who “know the NFL really well”

Middle $ ::

People who know DFS really well, and know nothing about the NFL

Most $ ::

People who know DFS really well…and know the NFL really well
In this lesson, we start our journey toward that “Most $” category!

Lesson 2 :: One-Week Mindset
  • What does your week look like?
  • Position yourself to know ::
    • Players & Coaches
    • Matchups on the week’s slate
    • How you think games will play out
    • How you can build ROSTERS to account for this
    • How you can account for what others will do
  • Learn how to “happen to your week,” instead of allowing your week to happen to you

Lesson 3 :: Play For First Place
  • DFS tourneys are notorious for having top-heavy payout structures, which means that if you aren’t getting first-place finishes, you’re falling behind
  • “Aim small, miss small”
    • First-place finishes don’t happen by accident!
  • Know what it takes to get to first place…
  • …and know what you’re doing to get there

Lesson 4 :: What We Talk About When We Talk About Upside
  • As we build rosters, we want to give ourselves fewer things that need to go right
  • If you’re trying to build the perfect roster, and you need everyone on your roster to perform at their absolute ceiling just to have a shot at first place, you’ll never get to first place!
  • We don’t want players with high floors and low ceilings…
    • Optimally, we want players with high floors AND high ceilings
    • And when we can’t get that, we sacrifice floor to build in ceiling(!)
  • What does upside look like?
    • Let’s “demystify DFS” in order to maximize our chances of a first-place finish

Lesson 5 :: Player Pricing I
  • The basics of Player Pricing, and how it impacts roster construction, including ::
    • Perceptions of players based on price
    • When/where pricing actually matters

Lesson 6 :: Player Pricing II
  • A deeper exploration of how player pricing works at…
    • Quarterback
    • Running back
  • …and how we can take advantage of this knowledge

Lesson 7 :: Player Pricing III
  • A deeper exploration of how player pricing works at…
    • Wide receiver
    • Tight End
    • DST
  • …and how we can take advantage of this knowledge

Lesson 8 :: Rostering Quarterbacks
  • A deep dive into the quarterback position in DFS, with a specific focus on ::
    • Floor
    • Ceiling

Lesson 9 :: Rostering Running Backs
  • A deep dive into the running back position in DFS, with a specific focus on ::
    • Floor
    • Ceiling

Lesson 10 :: Rostering Wide Receivers
  • A deep dive into the wide receiver position in DFS, with a specific focus on ::
    • Floor
    • Ceiling

Lesson 11 :: Rostering Tight Ends // DST
  • A deep dive into the tight end position in DFS, with a specific focus on ::
    • Floor
    • Ceiling
  • A deep dive into the DST position in DFS, with a specific focus on ::
    • Floor
    • Ceiling

Lesson 12 :: Know Your Tourney
  • Your approach to player selection and roster construction should vary depending on the type of tourney you are playing
  • We’ll take a deeper look at the elements that should shift in your approach based on ::
    • Single-Entry vs Multi-Entry
    • Small-Field vs Large-Field

Lesson 13 :: Know What Game You’re Playing I
  • DFS is NOT a game of picking players…
    • This means that DFS is NOT a game of “doing a better job than your opponents at picking players”
DFS is not a game of “picking players”!
  • DFS is, instead, a game of putting players onto better-built rosters than the rosters your opponents are building

Lesson 14 :: Know What Game You’re Playing II
(Perhaps the most important lesson in this course)
  • DFS is :: A Creative Endeavor
  • DFS isn’t…
    • DFS isn’t about “playing with what you know,” but is instead about playing with what you don’t know

Lesson 15 :: Know Your Teams // Players
  • We take a deep look at what you can do EACH WEEK to ensure you know as much as you can know about teams and players
    • We want to always know what we’re rostering, and know why we’re rostering what we’re rostering

Lesson 16 :: Know Your Coaches
  • Every NFL team makes hundreds of decisions throughout the course of a single game
  • These decisions are made by human beings (like you and me!), who have unique personalities (like you and me!) and individualized ideas about the best way to A) win a game, and B) maneuver a season/schedule
  • These decision-makers are funnels through which the complexion of a game is created
  • By knowing your coaches, you can begin to know how a team will try to win a given game
  • By knowing your coaches, you can also know what a team is likely to do when they fall behind on the scoreboard, or when they grab a big lead
  • By knowing your coaches, and combining this with what you know about DFS theory (and the ins and outs of roster construction), you can gain a significant edge over those who are betting on DFS theory alone

Lesson 17 :: Eliminate Guesswork…
  • In order to WIN a tournament in DFS, you likely need ::
    • Multiple players who put together what we like to call a “had to have it” score
  • In order for a player to put together a “had to have it” score, that player likely needs one, or both, of the following ::
    • A significant spike in volume
    • A multi-touchdown effort
      • (For lower-priced players, a single long touchdown can sometimes be enough to help you toward a first-place finish)
  • It’s easier to win a tourney with one or two duds and four or five guys who post a “had to have it” score than it is to win a tourney through a roster in which all nine slots come together *just right*
  • Armed with this knowledge, we can begin to eliminate guesswork…
We don’t want players who “posted a big game recently.”
If they did, great. But that doesn’t help us.
what we need to do is ::

Hunt For Big Games BEFORE They Happen!

Lesson 18 :: …But Embrace Uncertainty
  • Feeling 100% confident in your roster?
  • Feel like there’s no way it can miss?
  • Feel like every player is guaranteed to perform?
  • Hmmm…
If you’ve played DFS for any length of time, you know that these types of rosters often turn out to be your most disappointing…
  • Feel like you’re taking a leap off a cliff in a couple spots on your roster and hoping there’s water beneath you?


  • Oftentimes, embracing a bit of uncertainty is exactly what you need in order to climb out of the “very good” rosters and into the first-place finishes

Lesson 19 :: Putting It All Together
  • DFS is not a game of breaking down the numbers to a point where you can perfectly predict what will happen…
  • …it’s a game of understanding the chaos of an NFL game/slate, and putting together a ROSTER that maximizes your long-term ROI by maximizing your chances of a first-place finish


  • If you’re primarily focused on the Milly Maker, and/or are focused exclusively on large-field tourneys through MME play (75 rosters or more), this course will still have value for you in a number of key/core ways, but it will not pack quite the punch you may be looking for
  • If, however, you’re building anywhere from 1 to 50 rosters each week (and especially if you’re building in the “1 to 30” range), this course could be a game-changer for your DFS play

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Customer Reviews On This Course

Rated 4.6 out of 5
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August 24, 2022

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August Carlson
Rated 5 out of 5
September 10, 2021

You have been playing DFS wrong, and you should be ecstatic to hear that, because the vast majority of DFS players are also.
This course gives you the opportunity to learn how to play it right, while the field remains stuck in their ways.

Rated 5 out of 5
September 7, 2021

I am so glad I finally decided to buy this course because it was way more valuable than what is being charged for it. There was an overload of useful information that I’ll have to listen to it a few more times to soak it all in. This course pointed out many flaws I have in my process and gave me so much helpful information on how to properly construct my lineups to be successful!

Thayer Flynn
Rated 5 out of 5
September 6, 2021

JM being JM. He even mentions it in one of the videos that he planned this to be only 5 hours but gave us 8-9 hours. That is what JM does. Just continues to give us the edge over everyone else.
Best part honestly is that it is broken down in to 20-40 min audios so very easy to come back during the season and just listen to that audio or this audio.
Keep up the great work JM and see everyone on top of the leaderboards!

Rated 5 out of 5
September 5, 2021

JM is the best DFS mind in the galaxy. You’ll agree if you get this course. I’ve been a sub to this site since he started it and it’s literally the best investment I’ve ever made (and I bought calls on GME when it was at $10). The course is very well laid out, easy to listen too, and it’s fundamental information to help you build a winning process.

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