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Dixie Vodka 400: Premium NASCAR DFS Picks For DraftKings and FanDuel

I did a shitload of research and dug deep into the NASCAR DFS depths of hell to bring you quality pivot plays on DraftKings and FanDuel for the Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami. After taking everything in, I feel like Johnny Mnemonic with data seepage in my brain due to the many options we have this week for Sunday’s slate. Three of the four guys below are guys I will be rolling with heavier than most that are a little outside of the norm, As for the obvious one, there’s no way I couldn’t write a paragraph on him.

NASCAR DFS Gut Bois – Dixie Vodka 400

#20 Christopher Bell (DK- $7.6K | FD – $8.7K)

I have officially become a C Bell Believer in the year of our lord 2021. If you’ve been rolling with us for over a year, you probably remember a time where I couldn’t stand the guy, not anymore. I think Bell has what it takes to be the early dominator, and possibly bag Stage 1.

Looking back at last year, Bell finished this race inside the Top 10 in the Lightning McQueen car (ka chow 95). Now he’s driving the JGR legend #20 and with Adam Stevens as his Crew Cheif, he may very well become the next KFB. Weird to say that, but the new crop is starting to rise and we can’t run from it.

#23 Bubba Wallace (DK – $7K | FD – $7.6K)

Don’t roast me too hard for this one because I’m asking you to trust it. You probably saw in the Discord where we were discussing back when Bubba drove Toyota trucks. Dale even said himself that he believed, and as worried as I may be about how Wallace handles the car, I still feel like he can finish inside the Top 10.

I’ve reviewed the data over and over this week, and I have finally realized something significant for this Sunday. YOU CAN’T 100% TRUST THE DATA!!! I say this because, for a long ass time, this track was the championship track. Drivers were way less aggressive and it was really just a race for the final contenders (as it usually always is). This Bubba pivot could be the one we talk about for years to come.

#48 Alex Bowman (DK – $8.3K | FD – $8.5K)

Alex “Robin Hood” Bowman is about to spearhead the fuck out some drivers this Sunday. Intermediates are Bowman’s jam, and with the NASCAR spirit of Jimmie Johnson surrounding him full time, I see him stealing from the rich and giving to the believers this Sunday. He finished at this track in P9 two years ago and caught some bs last year, but with the gloves off I think we see a Top 5.

When you look at his record at intermediates over the last five intermediate oval races, you see that he finished inside the Top 10 at all of them. Vegas is probably the closest in comparison to Homestead, and Alex finished P5 at that track last season. Trying not to overthink decisions can be a difficult task for some, but this was one of my first gut feelings of the week, so I’m trusting it.

#18 Kyle Busch (DK – $11.8K | FD – $12.2K)

I’m not about to sit here and whip up two paragraphs on Kyle Busch, but who knows I might, I’m just typing and saying what comes to mind. Most newer DFS players to a sport are usually going to hammer the top guy (Science). In this case, they are making a good damn move. No way in hell KB has a season like he did last year, and I’m putting money on him winning this race.

I was texting the guys the other night and it hit me that with Bell now having a win It’s gonna have to light a fire under Busch’s ass (unless he’s gone full Danica with the crystals). It’s similar to when Alex Smith had that bomb ass season when the Chiefs drafted Patrick Mahomes, only with wheels. I’m going to play Kyle a lot this weekend, and if he starts 2020 Buschin’ I’ll just get my wife to cast NASCAR spells and we’ll be fine.

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