After a long and glorious week of spending some quality time with the wife and kiddo, I’m finally getting out the Buschy McBush Gut Boi NASCAR DFS Picks for the Premium Fam (Appreciate your patience). This week has been wild, but some BIG news is dropping on Monday, and possibly late Sunday night on the Discord server. Even though I’ve been busy as fuck, I made sure to dig deep into the data to continue our trend of being a Top 3 NASCAR DFS site for giving out the best picks in the industry.
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NASCAR DFS Gut Bois – Buschy McBusch Race 400 At Kansas Speedway
#2 Brad Keselowski (DK- $9.7K | FD – $12.5K)
I’m gonna go ahead and Slam Brad K in some of my DFS lineups this week because he’s in a unique opportunity coming off a steal of a win. One thing that Brad has in common this week with last week’s Talladega win is laps led.
Brad only led the lap that counted last Sunday, and when looking at BIG KANSAS DATA, Brad has never led more than 52 laps at this track in his career. Brad has the pole, win confidence, and six years of experience under his belt since the last time he started from the pole at Kansas, and at his DK price, he could pull the ultimate upset for chalk zone only DFS players.
#19 Martin Truex Jr. (DK – $10K | FD – $13K)
MTJ is the only two-time winner this season and could make it three this Sunday starting from P15. Truex Jr. has an average running position of 7th at this track and is ranked 4th in Average Fastest laps.
Gibbs should perform well in Kansas as a whole, but Truex Jr. has the best shot at being the first long time Top 10 running position lock (I don’t know if C Bell has it in him starting P8) which will secure us some positive place differential points. Martin’s odds to win are set at +650, and -106 for a Top 5.
#1 Kurt Busch (DK – $9.3K | FD – $8.7K)
Back on my Buschy McBuschit this week for one of my favorite plays on the board. Kurt is starting P28 and we all should be praising the gods for his Dega fuck up so that we could receive the gift of big place differential on Sunday.
Kurt has some solid stats at Kansas and is trustworthy enough for me to play him in about 60% of my lines this week. Busch is ranked 1st in closing at this track and has an average running position of 12th.
#8 Tyler Reddick (DK – $6.9K | FD – $7.8K)
Red Dog Reddick is STUPID cheap on DK this week, and I wouldn’t give a shit if he was starting inside the Top 5, I’m playing him. Reddick’s Kansas resume is short, but I’ll never forget watching him sail the old RCR 29 to a Top 10 finish the year before he went full time in cup.
Reddick is a fan of these types of tracks and is itching for his first Cup Series Win that has to come this season. Tyler is starting P11, and I trust him to hang inside the Top 10 for the majority of the race, and is a solid pivot from drivers like Kyle Busch, Chris Bell, and Ryan Blaney.