NFL Staff

Ffootballgeek, aka Kevin Alan – Founder and CEO of the DFS Army Team. An original DFS Shark from the early days of the sport.  Currently (as of this writing) a top 200 overall and top 30 ranked middleweight player via Rotogrinders Rankings. Leader of the DFS Army NFL team. Creator of the 80/20 bankroll management system, Breaker of Chains.  Protector of the Realm, and Mass Multi Entry DFS Specialist. Known for his Geek’s Picks NFL player breakdowns and “The Geek’s Vegas Lines Daily Fantasy Football Podcast”, you can find him in Slack Chat talking NFL, MMA or the sports of the day in the #geek-speak-nfl-dfs channel and on Twitter at @ffootballgeek.


Al Walsh – AdotWalsh – MLB/NBA Writer & Podcast Co-Host – Began this journey working for a sports-betting information service in New Jersey, learning the ins-and-outs of the industry. Graduated from New Jersey City University with a Journalism degree and held jobs as a writer for the NY Knicks and RotoWire, as well as the Statistician/PA announcer for the Newark Bears baseball team. Mostly a GPP-player in the single/limited-entry field but does dabble in H2Hs to manage the bankroll. You can find Walsh’s Wingmen and DFS Army podcasts on the website most days of the week. Join the #adotwalsh-mlb-nba channel in the Slack Chat. You can find Al on Twitter at @14AdotWalshd


BigMarley3 – Kyle Marley- 7x Qualifier, 2x Live Finalist, specializing in NFL and MMA DFS.  Been playing DFS as a source of income since mid 2016 and started working with DFS Army at the end of the 2017 NFL season.  I competed in the first ever NFL Pickem’ Live Final for DraftKings in Miami as well as the first ever UFC Live Final in New York City.  I won the first ever “ToutMaster” UFC competition and you can hear me every UFC week on Half The Battle’s “Big Marley Minute”.  DFS Army members can find me in the Slack Chat in the NFL or MMA channels or reach out to me directly in the #big-marley-nfl channel. Follow me on Twitter at @BigMarley3.


Burns273 aka Adam B. Is the Mastermind and Creator of the NFL Research Station.  He has several top 10 GPP finishes including 2016 NFL DraftKings KOTB Qualifier.  Burns is a GPP specialist and you can find him in Slack Chat talking MLB and NFL plus answering Chop’s Math questions and on Twitter at @Burns273DFS


Choppodong is an “original 6” inside DFS Army.  He followed Kevin’s blog for a couple years and tested the Army VIP program for Kevin’s “all in” NFL calls.  Once in slack, he opened his mouth and hasn’t shut up since.  Known for his long-winded, but incredibly thorough answers, he spends his time in NFL, MLB, and NHL but might be more infamous for his #LadderUp strategy of contest allocation and anal retentive focus on bankroll management. You can find Chop in the Slack Chat in the #choptalk-nhl-brmgmt channel and on Twitter at @ChoppoDong


DFSnDONUTS researches, writes, and coaches for NFL, NBA, and MLB DFS. A heavily analytical player that puts a lot of weight behind numbers, trends, and statistics to light his path to lineup creation, is known as a cash game specialist because of his ability to highlight the value on any given slate. That being said, he was a top-50 ranked GPP player on Rotogrinders for the lightweight division and recently scaled up to bantamweight where he is nearing top-100 status where he then plans on scaling up to middleweight to compete. He can be found in the Slack Chat in the #donuts-nba-nfl-mlb channel where he enjoys talking investment strategy, game theory, and turning plain questions from members into grandeur conversations. You can find him on Twitter at @DFSnDONUTS


PVAaron aka Aaron: I started DFS at the start of the 2015 NFL season.  I had moved away from my friends and no longer could play in our season long teams.  I wanted to find a way to get that same thrill and turned to Fanduel.  I started with a $20.00 deposit and have been playing since.  I now write for and am a Staff member of the DFS Army.  I started writing about kickers because when I first joined DFS Army Slack one thing many people complained about was how much luck picking the right kicker was.  I did not and still do not agree.  I also will cover eSports again, giving you full coverage of everything League of Legend. I believe that you can play GPP and Leagues as the only contests and skip cash as long as you are smart about how you enter your contests.