In this episode of CapFigure Podcast, we examine the intricacies of Daily Fantasy Sports, including the fees taken by each of the sites, the level of competition and our picks for fantasy football this season.

Is it better to bet on sporting events or play on FanDuel or DraftKings? 43% of all DFS entries and winnings are attributed to the top 1% of players.

Why would anyone draft 3 quarterbacks in a 10 team fantasy football league?

All these questions and more, if you call yourself a baseball fan you won’t want to miss a thing!



  • Introduction: Ryan DePaulo & Thomas L. McLaughlin
  • The Ezekiel Elliott “Upheld” Conundrum

  • The VIG: Sports Books vs DFS

  • Fantasy Football Pet Peeves and Newb Moves

  • The CapFigure Baseball Betting Experiment: Join Now!
  • Final Comments, Criticisms & Closing

CapFigure Podcast takes listeners on an exhilarating journey through relevant topics within the world of professional sports’ organizations.  Ryan DePaulo, formerly of ESPN Radio, delivers a witty, unapologetic and unfiltered attitude to hosting the show; balancing the calculated, clean-cut demeanor of CapFigure Founder and former leveraged finance investment banker, Thomas L. McLaughlin.

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