Jordan Vanek

Jordan Vanek

Jordan has been playing DFS since 2016 and started writing content at the end of 2020. While playing DFS, he has managed multiple top 10 finishes in NFL, College Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Nascar. His work has been featured on Yahoo Sports, 4for4, and Stokastic, previously known as Awesemo. He believes in mixing a film approach with analytics in his DFS process, and that is where he believes he has found an edge.

He attended the University of Central Florida, where he was a player personnel intern for the football team. While at UCF, he worked for the Orlando Magic and the Orlando City Soccer clubs. While in high school, he went to school with the likes of Calvin Ridley, Riley Ridley, Jerry Jeudy, and Gregory Rousseau.

NFL Draft

Three Wide Receivers to Watch During Senior Bowl Week

MOBILE, Ala. — The Senior Bowl has showcased plenty of talented wide receiver prospects in the past, including recent alums Terry McLaurin, Brandon Aiyuk, Michael Pittman Jr. This year’s group features some of the best receivers in college football. Below are three I am intrigued to watch this week. All height and weight measurements were […]


Previewing the Conference Championship DFS Slate

If you are new to DFS, check out our introductory pieces, such as DFS 101, Contest Selection, Stacking, Rostership, Leverage, and Lineup Construction. Two-game slates force a player to be close to perfect, and the normal rules do not exist. Play three pass-catchers with one quarterback, two running backs from the same team, or a […]


NFC Championship DFS: Physical A.J. Brown a Downfield Threat vs. 49ers

The Eagles’ NFC Championship contest against the San Francisco 49ers might lack the offensive ceiling of the AFC Championship between Cincinnati and Kansas City. But they think there’s a pass-catcher in the NFC title game whose physicality can guide him to a dominant game against one of the league’s best defenses, and that DFS players […]


AFC Championship DFS: Which Bengals Pass Catcher to Take vs. Chiefs

An AFC Championship game featuring the Cincinnati and Kansas City offenses offers no shortage of exciting options for DFS players to pick from, and in a game that should be pass-happy, the Bengals’ Tee Higgins and Ja’Marr Chase could both have good games vs. the Chiefs, and be strong options for anyone playing that game […]


Defensive Coverage Breakdown for Every Conference Championship Team

Coverage analysis has been the biggest beneficiary towards how I find the best plays in DFS and props to take. Many defensive coordinators have a specific scheme they will utilize no matter their opponent, and others will take note of the opponents’ strengths and weaknesses. For example, the Rams ran zone coverage at over a […]

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