Martinsville Blue Emu 500 DFS

Blue Emu 500 At Martinsville: Premium NASCAR DFS Picks For DraftKings and FanDuel

I’m sitting here during the rain delay during the CookOut 250 and decided that it was time to get the premium picks to the “Preme” Team. NASCAR DFS was pretty sweet for us last week and I am knocking on the door of a Tourney Bagging (which means you are too). Martinsville was the first track I bagged and It holds a special place in my heart, so I’m bringing that action this week.

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#11 Denny Hamlin (DK- $10.4K | FD – $12.5K)

Dennis is my horse this week, and It’s backed by logic, history, and a bit of Gut Boi Energy. Hamlin has shown that he’s a don of Martinsville over the years, and although he hasn’t been a hot-lap leading dominator in the past couple of years, I feel that he’s fueled by some recent shit talk going into this weekend that could shake up the race quick.

I’m predicting that Hamlin gets aggressive early, and with his understanding of the track could be the dominator throughout the race. Don’t think he’s still regretting not turning Joey at Bristol. Just saying.

#18 Kyle Busch (DK – $9.8K | FD – $10.5K)

It’s been a while since I’ve been on both Busch Brothers, and I’m truly loving both of them for a Top 10 finish on Saturday (I just think Kyle has the real chance of sneaking away with a win). Busch is a proven warrior of the clip and is way overdue for another win in the Cup Series.

One key piece of scientific evidence that he may win this race is that the last two times Busch finished outside the Top 10, he won two races later. KFB is in that same situation now after two Top 20’s and One Top 10. It’s science (and also snickers).

#17 Chris Buescher (DK – $6.4K | FD – $5.2K)

The Mighty Buesch had a bit of a slip up off of his normal Martinsville finish last fall, but when you take a look at his career, Buescher has real talent at the Drivers Track.

Chris has finished nine out of his 11 career races at this track with positive place differential, and one of those bad races was caused by an accident. Rousch has looked pretty good so far this year, and I feel like Chris will be the guy that’s looked over in DFS this week, and could offer a tipping point to your lineups to stand out amongst the rest.

#48 Alex Bowman (DK – $9.2K | FD – $9.5K)

Bowman shouldn’t be heavily overlooked by most DFS experts this week, but I can definitely say that I haven’t heard much spoken of his name. Bowman rolls off P21 on Saturday night, and like Drake, he like to run in the “SIX”.

By “Running through The Six” I mean he has finished his last two races at this track in P6 starting from inside the Top 10. Even though the starting position isn’t going to be there this time, I feel that Bowman should easily flex lug nuts and work the pack early on.

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