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Dell Technologies Championship - Power Rankings

The FedEx Cup Playoffs continue this week with the Dell Technologies Championship from TPC Boston. In a unique format, this weeks event gets underway on Friday and will conclude on Labor day, giving you an extra day to evaluate the field and lock in your fantasy golf lineups.

The best of the best are in the field this week, many of whom are playing their best golf of the season. As we review the field, we look for consistency as well as players who are trending up the leaderboard.

Adam Scott - He seems to be peaking at the right time of the season, with a T5 last week at the Northern Trust and a solo 3rd in his previous start at the PGA Championship. He seems to have regained his putting confidence, which is great to see. 16/20 in cuts made on the season including 3 top 10s, but no victories as of yet.

Dustin Johnson - He's only missed one cut on the season (17/18) has 11 top 10 finishes including 3 victories. He's playing consistently and primed for a good performance.

Justin Thomas - The defending champion would love to be the first one in tournament history to go back-to-back. His game is on point, playing consistently, with nearly half of his starts landing him in the top 10.

Brooks Koepka - He's firing on all cylinders with three top 10s in as many starts, including his victory at the PGA Championship. 13/14 in cuts made including 6 top 10s and 2 victories.

Tony Finau - Playing great including hot off a solo second place at last weeks Northern Trust. He's 20/23 in cuts made this season including 8 top 10 finishes, but is yet to find his way into the winners circle.

Henrik Stenson - He's playing well despite nursing a nagging elbow injury. Regardless, he's been keeping his play steady including 16/18 cuts made and 7 top 10 finishes.

B.Dechambeau - What a way to bounce back after missing the cut at the PGA Championship, with a victory at last weeks Northern Trust. He never disappoints on the course, and it one of the most entertaining players on the Tour. He's 20/25 in cuts made including 8 top 10s and 2 victories.

R.McIlroy - Another player who consistently finds himself inside the top 10. He's 15/19 in cuts made including 8 top 10s and 1 victory on the season. He's won this event twice in the past (2016 & 2013) so he knows his game suites the layout.

Tiger Woods - He struggled last week with his putter en route to a T40, but otherwise he's been playing great. He's 14/16 cuts made on the season including 6 top 10s. You know he'd love to add a victory to the year. He won here in 2006.

Jason Day - His last five outings have all landed him in the top 20. He's 14/15 in cuts made on the season including 5 top 10s. He's playing consistently and is due for a break out tournament.

And now for the fun part, as we take a look at my Draftkings lineups. As always I pick two teams and try to get the best bang for my buck. I've tried to create well rounded lineups while including as many of my top 10 picks into the mix.

Starting Lineup

Tiger Woods - $9,700

Adam Scott - $9,400

B.DeChambeau - $8,700

Bubba Watson - $7,600

Zach Johnson - $7,500

Ryan Moore - $7,000

Alternate Lineup

J.Spieth - $10,000

Tony Finau - $8,800

P.Mickelson - $8,200

T.Hatton - $7,700

R. Cabrera-Bello - $7,300

X.Schauffele - $7,200

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