During an NFL DFS season, everyone is always trying to be "right on time" with who they play. Each week, they want to play the players who are perceived to be in the best spots and are the most “sure things.” They also tend to avoid players who have had letdowns in spots in which they were expected to perform well. A great way to add Expected Value (EV) to your play is by finding ways to expose yourself to players early or late — either before they have "shown it," or after they have failed to perform in a good . . .