FanDuel and DraftKings Saturday college Football

 

Rivals week is upon us and we have some good games to watch, so why not builds a line up and immerse yourself in some college football sweats. A gpp strategy I use is run two quarterbacks one in the flex position, it gives you two potential 25+ point spots.

 

FanDuel

QUARTERBACKS

  • Khalil Tate, Arizona $9.2k – This kid has been on fire as of late going up against Arizona state that gives up 230+ yards passing game. Tate is a dual threat and could rack up some yards rushing which is a bonus
  • Manny Wilkins, Arizona State $10k – This kid is a machine he has scored 20 fantasy points per game for the past few weeks, he is going up against Arizona’s defense that gives up a crap load of passing yards per game and allows 31 points per game.
  • Charlie Brewer, Baylor $9k – Brewer is the Jekyll and Hyde of college football if he plays a strong defense he disappears, luckily this week they are playing a horrible defense in Texas Tech that is allowing 280+ yards per game. He is a dual threat and could break off some chunk yardage on the ground as well
  • N’kosi Perry, Miami $7.1k – at his price I could see him score 18-25 fantasy points which would be solid. This is a home game going up against Pitt’s defense that gives up 235+ yards per game
  • Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State $10.5k – Cornelius has been on a tear as late and even though TCU is a solid defense and a little bit of a tougher match up, I can see Cornelius putting up some solid numbers paired with Tylan Wallace

 

RUNNING BACKS

  • Eno Benjamin, Arizona State $10.2k – Benjamin is the key to Arizona states offense and has been on a tear. He is in a plus matchup this week
  • Travis Etienne, Clemson $10.1k – Etienne scores touchdowns and even though his carries are less than stellar he is going up against South Carolina that is giving up 185+ yards per game. Even if he only gets his 15 carries, I could see him score well
  • Benny Snell, Kentucky $10k – this is a nut matchup for Snell, Louisville gives up 270+ yards per game. Snell is a concern with his inconsistency but the potential for a huge game is there.
  • AJ Dillon, Boston College $9.5k – Dillon looks to be hitting his stride and it looks like Boston College will hand the rock off to Dillon going up against Syracuse defense that has allowed 160+ yards per game. He could be in line for a huge day
  • Vavae Malepeai, USC $7.4k – With Aca’Cedric Ware and Stephen Carr out Malepeai will be the lead back going into the Notre Dame game. He could be worth the value play in order to pay up at other spots

Wide Receiver

  • Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State $10.2k – Wallace has been putting up video game type stats the past few weeks and I don’t see this week being any different
  • Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech $9.8k – Baylor defense is average at best, my only concern is who will be under center for Texas Tech? either way it is possible Wesley goes lower owned than normal and potentially could have a huge game.
  • N’Keal Harry, Arizona State $9.2k Harry is on fire and a focal point of the Arizona state offense behind Benjamin, he is averaging 20 fantasy points per contest over the last few weeks and should put similar type production in a plus match up
  • Jaylen Hurd, Baylor $9.5k – Hurd will look to get back on track this week against Texas Tech which potentially could be a shootout.

 

DraftKings

QB

  • Khalil Tate, Arizona $8.5k – This kid has been on fire as of late going up against Arizona state that gives up 230+ yards passing game. Tate is a dual threat and could rack up some yards rushing which is a bonus
  • Manny Wilkins, Arizona State $8.1k – This kid is a machine he has scored 20 fantasy points per game for the past few weeks, he is going up against Arizona’s defense that gives up a crap load of passing yards per game and allows 31 points per game.
  • Charlie Brewer, Baylor $6.6k – Brewer is the Jekyll and Hyde of college football if he plays a strong defense he disappears, luckily this week they are playing a horrible defense in Texas Tech that is allowing 280+ yards per game. He is a dual threat and could break off some chunk yardage on the ground as well
  • Patrick Ramsey, Indiana $6.9k – is a consistent value play and has a favorable match up against Purdue this week.
  • N’kosi Perry, Miami $5.7k – at his price I could see him score 18-25 fantasy points which would be solid. This is a home game going up against Pitt’s defense that gives up 235+ yards per game

Running back

  • AJ Dillon, Boston College $9k – Dillon looks to be hitting his stride and it looks like Boston College will hand the rock off to Dillon going up against Syracuse defense that has allowed 160+ yards per game. He could be in line for a huge day
  • Eno Benjamin, Arizona State $8.5k – Benjamin is the key to Arizona states offense and has been on a tear. He is in a plus matchup this week
  • Anthony McFarland, Maryland $7.2k – McFarland has put the Terrapins on his back the last two weeks with a 298 and a 210 rushing yard performance. Maryland is going up against the Nittany lions that are giving up 177 yards rushing per game
  • Kadarius Toney, Florida $3.6k – Toney has been lining up as wide receiver most games and getting an average 10 fantasy points over his last three games. He looks like he could be inline for extended run in the Gators offense and at his price if he gives you 10 fantasy points, I will take that all day so I can spend up at other positions

Wide Receiver

  • Rondale Moore, Purdue $8.7K – Moore is in a plus matchup this week against Indiana that gives 230+ passing yards per game and with this game potentially being a shootout. Moore should have another strong performance
  • Antoine Wesley, Texas Tech $8.4K – Baylor defense is average at best, my only concern is who will be under center for Texas Tech? either way it is possible Wesley goes lower owned than normal and potentially could have a huge game.
  • N’Keal Harry, Arizona State $7.8K – Harry is on fire and a focal point of the Arizona state offense behind Benjamin, he is averaging 20 fantasy points per contest over the last few weeks and should put similar type production in a plus match up
  • Taj Harris, Syracuse $4.3K – I don’t understand how his salary has not risen, he has put up solid fantasy scoring five of the last six weeks with one not so stellar outing against Wake Forest where he only caught one pass for three yards. This game should be high scoring and both sides will have to throw the ball a ton.
  • Mike Harley, Miami $3.3K – This is a gpp boom or bust play! Balls on the table type of play. Harley got an opportunity to play when the Hurricanes dismissed Jeff Thomas. Now that N’kosi Perry is back under center he should get extras targets from the signal caller, in games that Perry started at quarterback Harley scored an average of 10 fantasy points