Welcome to the show; the name is Dale Tanhardt. The undisputed greatest NASCAR bettor in the history of the universe is back for your NASCAR DFS needs for the Call 811 Before You Dig 200 at Phoenix Raceway.
Jesus. What a mouth-full that was. Let’s face it: sponsors are so ridiculous in NASCAR. I’m not calling shit before I dig anything.
Their success is unquestionable as year after year they dominate the NASCAR DFS world in the NASCAR Cup Series. It will be remarkably challenging to have to compete with their picks. Good thing I don’t have to.
As Chef and Chase continue to do their thing providing constant DFS cash flow opportunities for the Cup Series, I will be providing all the content you need for the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) continuing this Saturday with the Call 811 Before You Dig 200 at Phoenix Raceway.
Last week at Las Vegas, all five of the drivers I mentioned were high-scorers. AJ Allmendinger, the eventual race winner, was one of the top scorers that I did not talk about. I expected him to run strong, and I actually picked him for a Top 3 finish on my straight bets.
Did I expect him to win? No. But, it happens.
Confidence remains at an all-time high heading into this weekend. I’m about to win five figures worth of cash- at least. If I’m winning that much, you oughta win some too. I’m relying on the drivers below to deliver me my much-deserved, massive payday on Saturday.
Also, the boys at the Garage fam got to speak to last weekend’s Cup Series race winner at Las Vegas, Kyle Larson. Can you believe that?
Trust me, I would love to say, “Kyle. Fucking. Larson.” It has a great ring to it. But, there’s already another Kyle we use that for. You cannot use it for both. You just can’t.
Regardless, the interview was spectacular. I highly recommend you watch.
Just like I highly recommend these spectacular DFS plays below. See what I did there? It’s all about transitions.
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Justin Allgaier: JR Motorsports #7 Chevrolet – $12,000
Riding Allgaier for the second week in a row. But last week was primarily due to his starting position. This week is primarily due to his dominance at this race track and short tracks in general. In the last six races at Phoenix, he has led 357 laps and won six stages.
Okay. Phoenix is technically not a short track. But it unquestionably races like one. It’s about as close as it can be to be characterized as a short track. Anyway, the point is that Allgaier is dominant here.
Unfortunately, his dominance has not correlated to wins each time. Snake-bitten by bad strategy or bad luck, Allgaier has only finished in the Top 5 in three of those six races and has won only once.
Even if Allgaier cannot close the deal and win, I think he charges to the front early and leads a lot of laps. If he can stay mistake-free and keep that valuable track position, he can bring home the W on Saturday.
JJ Yeley: #17 Rick Ware Racing Ford – $6,700
Not sure if you expected to see this name so early, but the #17 Rick Ware machine has been stout this season. With three different drivers, it has finished inside the Top 25 in the last three races.
Yeley piloted the car to a 12th place finish at Homestead, and he’s been driving stock cars for about 73 years. Take that in a good way, because there’s a lot of inexperience throughout this field.
His starting position is 33rd. I love Yeley as a high-scoring play this weekend. I believe there’s a strong chance he runs in the Top 20.
Brandon Jones: #19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota – $9,500
Brandon Jones, in six starts at Phoenix piloting the #19, has never finished worse than 11th– talk about consistency. Jones has finished 4th, 2nd, and 3rd in his last three races of 2021-talk about momentum.
Not to mention that he chased down and passed KFB for the win in this race last season. He also finished 3rd here in the season finale last season.
If you’re new to the show, KFB is, “Kyle Fucking Busch”. We did hint at mentioning this earlier in the article. There you go. Are you happy now?
Let’s not get side-tracked: Jones is on a rapid hot streak right now, and his success at the track pencils him in for me as a top play this weekend, even with a low floor. Watch out for him to contend for the win on Saturday.
David Starr: #61 Hattori Racing Enterprises Toyota – $5,300
I’m still not over what happened to Gragson in Homestead. I am still on a Whataburger diet, too.
But, after this weekend, the chains might come off. Because I really like the capabilities of the cars that Hattori brings to the racetrack. I think Starr could pilot this machine to an easy Top 30 and even a Top 25. The #61 has finished inside the Top 30 in every race this season.
If he completes all the laps, I expect him to make up many positions from his 37th place grid spot. With his super cheap price tag and high floor, I’m riding the Signature Patty Melt to the green on Saturday.
Austin Cindric: #22 Penske Racing Ford – $11,200
As much as I hate to, I have to talk about Austin Cindric. He clenched his Xfinity Championship with a last-lap pass for the win here in the finale, and in his last five starts has not finished outside the Top 8, accruing three Top 5 finishes in the process.
His high starting position has me believing he will run up front, lead a surplus of laps, and contend for the win. There’s not much else to say about Cindric. He’s the best in the series and the defending champion for a variety of reasons.
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