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The Heat Sheet: Pete Rogers’ MMA DFS Stats Guide for UFC Vegas 5: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan

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UFC DFS Picks: Pete's MMA DFS heat sheet with stats for DraftKings + FanDuel lineups | UFC Vegas 5: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan

Welcome to the MMA DFS Heat Sheet, Pete Rogers’ UFC DFS stats guide for every fight on a UFC card. It includes stats like strikes per minute, submission average, height, reach and everything you need to know to break down the upcoming card for your UFC DFS picks and DraftKings and FanDuel daily fantasy lineups, for UFC Vegas 5: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan.


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A note from Pete on how to use his MMA DFS cheatsheet:

“Hi everyone! ‬‪For each UFC DFS card, I enjoy putting together a statistical spreadsheet to help my decision making. I do believe this spreadsheet can be a great tool for you, if used correctly (Just remember it’s a fight and ANYTHING can happen). First, I would recommend comparing height and reach. This is critical if the fight remains standing. ‬Next, I would start looking at the color coded values:

Red = Bad
‪Orange = Below Average‬
‪Yellow = Average‬
‪Green = Good‬
‪Dark Green = Great‬‪

Viewing offensive output such as sig strikes and takedowns are important categories, but I really like comparing defensive statistics. These categories are crucial. For example, in heavier-weighted contests (where the finish is more likely), you don’t want to roster the guy absorbing 10 strikes per minute! Next, I would look at momentum (win streaks, losses, etc.) and also see what Vegas is thinking. I like to view odds last, so that it doesn’t effect my judgment while breaking down the fight. Most importantly, watch some film! Combine film study with an analytical approach and you have a recipe for success. Good luck this weekend and hit me up on Twitter for anything.” – @PeteTheHeatMMA

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The UFC DFS Heat Sheet: UFC Vegas 5: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan

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