DraftKings Xfinity NASCAR DFS – Alsco Uniforms 302 – September 25, 2021
Noah Gragson – DK: $10,700 – Starting 9th
With another week of no practice or qualifying, we have to reach into our past successes on a track and recent form to grab our top plays. Noah Gragson checks both boxes for us here as not only has Gragson won two of the last three races, he has finished in the top six of his last five races at Las Vegas. Most recently, Gragson finished 5th in March at Vegas, and has an average finish of 4th at the track. Despite not leading man laps or grabbing a win, Gragson has established himself as a strong contender on the 1.5-mile track. Gragson has made a living on intermediate tracks, with some of his biggest performances this year at Texas and Atlanta. While Gragson starts ninth here and is the second most expensive option, he does carry the slates fifth best odds to win the race and offers us some differential upside.
Mason Massey – DK: $6,300 – Starting 30th
As we usually discuss the low low priced value options for Xfinity are a bit blurry week to week. The value options at this level feel better when we get some practice and qualifying but if we are going strickly by form, then Mason Massey has turned in some great races recently. After starting 26th at Darlington, Massey finished 18th and then a 34th start at Richmond ended in a 17th place finish. Massey has scored at least 22 fantasy points in each of his last three races and while this is still a high variance play, Massey offers differential if he can continue his hot run.
$ Tier D High Ty Gibbs (11k / 56.74) Noah Gragson (10.7k / 51.82) AJ Allmendinger (9.8k / 48.69) Harrison Burton (9.2k / 44.35) Medium Ty Dillon (8.6k / 50.09) Brett Moffitt (8.4k / 43.95) Jeb Burton (8.1k / 39.82) Landon Cassill (7.3k / 29.53) Low Brandon Brown (7k / 28.69) Mason Massey (6.3k / 24.91) Alex Labbe (5.5k / 22.61) Jeffrey Earnhardt (5.2k / 18.26)