Jeremiah Masoli has played his best football away from home this season, and with the Tiger-Cats on the road in Sunday's Division Finals, he is an appealing option in this week's contests on DraftKings.
The CFL playoffs get underway Sunday, and a fresh Cameron Marshall squares off against a Winnipeg defense that gave up a lot of scores on the ground, giving him plenty of appeal in DraftKings contests.
Many starters will sit out this week, but not Eskimos QB Mike Reilly, who makes a fine play on DraftKings with his squad looking to finish strong after being eliminated from postseason contention.
Both slotback Armanti Edwards and his quarterback, James Franklin, find themselves listed among this week's picks for contests on DraftKings.
Travis Lulay is back under center for the Lions, and he makes for a quality option in DraftKings contests this week against a vulnerable Eskimos defense.
There figures to be plenty of passing in Saturday's matchup between the Eskimos and Redblacks, which makes Ottawa's Brad Sinopoli a player to target in this week's contests on DraftKings.
Ottawa running back William Powell has been piling up yards all season and is a good bet to do so again Friday night, which lands him a spot among this week's picks for contests on DraftKings.
Edmonton's C.J. Gable should be plenty active this week and is a good bet to find paydirt, so he finds himself listed among this week's picks for contests on DraftKings.
Ottawa's Diontae Spencer has been piling up the fantasy points of late, earning him a spot in this weeks's recommendations for contests on DraftKings.
The Lions' Jeremiah Johnson has an enticing matchup this week, which lands him on the list of recommended running backs for this week's contests on DraftKings.
DaVaris Daniels has been piling up touchdowns and is about to see his role expand, so he was a natural inclusion among this week's picks for contests on DraftKings.
The Tiger-Cats could put up a lot of yards through the air this week, which makes top wideout Brandon Banks one of this week's picks to click in DraftKings contests.
Bo Levi Mitchell is averaging over 300 passing yards per game at home this season, so with he and the rest of the Stampeders playing in Calgary this week, he lands a spot in Juan Blanco's picks for DraftKings contests.
Toronto's James Wilder Jr. has been on a roll of late, and he is the best bet for success at the running back position in this week's contests on DraftKings.
Hamilton's Alex Green showed no signs of rust in his season debut, and as a result, he finds himself listed among this week's picks for DraftKings contests.
Johnny Manziel makes his first CFL start this week for the Alouettes, and he immediately finds himself among this week's picks to click in contests on DraftKings.
Edmonton's D'haquille Williams has topped the 100-yard mark in four straight games and has a good chance to keep that streak alive Thursday, making him a receiver to target in this week's DraftKings contests.
In this week's DraftKings preview, look for Andrew Harris to continue racking up rushing yards and fantasy points against a weak Argos defense.
Matt Nichols is back under center for the Blue Bombers, and his return leads to several Winnipeg mentions in this week's analysis of the DraftKings player pool.
Ottawa's William Powell is off to a fast start and could run plenty again Friday, making him one of the top options for this week's contests on DraftKings.
Jeremiah Masoli is doing his best to keep Johnny Manziel on the bench and he is playing so well in fact, he heads up the list of QB options for this week's contests on DraftKings.
The Redblacks kick off their season Thursday, and quarterback Trevor Harris will be among the top options in DraftKings contests this week.
The Eskimos and Blue Bombers kick off the season Thursday night, and several players in that game find their names among Juan Carlos Blanco's Week 1 DraftKings picks, including Edmonton QB Mike Reilly.
The versatile Andrew Harris re-signed with the Blue Bombers during the offseason, and another big season should be in store for the talented running back.
Ricky Ray helped lead the Argonauts to the Grey Cup title in 2017, and he will have all his top weapons back on board as Toronto looks to repeat as champions this year.
Changes abound in the Roughriders' backfield, but the team will still lean on a trio of talented pass catchers, led by the versatile Duron Carter.
The Redblacks underperformed in 2017, but they will look to get back on track this season behind quarterback Trevor Harris and a trio of talented pass catchers.
There will be a new primary QB in Montreal this season, but Tyrell Sutton is still around to lead the Alouettes' ground attack.
Jeremiah Masoli is on track to open the season as the Tiger-Cats' starting quarterback, but can he hold off offseason acquisition Johnny Manziel for the job?
2017 Most Outstanding Player Mike Reilly has not gone anywhere, and the Eskimos' passing attack figures to remain high-powered despite a couple of significant departures.