Week 11 of the daily college fantasy football season is here and we’ve got a nice list of QB’s on the radar this weekend. There’s some expensive names that everyone knows, but there’s some mid-priced guys that will be especially useful in 2 QB leagues.
Baylor – BRYCE PETTY
This is a very good matchup against an Oklahoma team that has given up 266.8 yards per game and 13 TD’s through 8 weeks. Vegas has a healthy 71+ o/u on this game and it’s likely to be close. The only real issue is Petty will cost you a ton of money.
Oregon – MARCUS MARIOTA
Faces off against Utah who’s not a very strong defense but do play well at home. Probably won’t matter too much, the Oregon offensive line is in better shape and Mariota is shooting for the Heisman now.
San Jose State – JOE GRAY
Has 3 straight games with 300+ passing yards and 3 total TD’s. Faces a rather weak Fresno State team and is a nice mid-priced QB option this weekend.
Washington State – LUKE FAULK
With Connor Halliday gone – this guy will likely just step right in and throw all game.
Auburn – NICK MARSHALL
Faces off against a reeling Texas A&M team. Your risk is if he doesn’t score multiple TD’s because he’s not a big yardage muncher.
Tulsa – DANE EVAN
Had a nice game against Memphis and faces a much easier school this week at home against SMU.
Colorado – SEFO LIUFAU
Very steady performer all season long. Faces a pretty weak Arizona team that has given up chunks through the air this season.
Oklahoma – TREVOR KNIGHT
Should be a shootout against Baylor, and he has back-to-back 3 TD games.
Notre Dame – EVERETT GOLSON
Faces a decent AZ State pass defense, but it doesn’t seem to matter for this guy, he’s been pretty steady all season.
Arizona – ANU SOLOMON
Had a rough game against a pretty easy UCLA defense. Did throw 48 times, and I’d expect him to bounce back this week against Colorado.
UCLA – BRETT HUNDLEY
Only 1 TD last week against a weak Arizona defense, but did manage 131 yards rushing. He’s been quoted as saying he’s thinking about the NFL, so that’s not really a good thing, but does face a weaker Washington defense this week.
Marshall – RAKEEM CATO
This is a good matchup but it’s hard to know what you’ll get out of Cato. He’s priced fairly, and might be a little too expensive, but is a viable option.
Oregon State – SEAN MANNION
I expected much more from him last week against Cal and it just didn’t happen with only 2 TD’s. He’s a very risky play, but could be worth starting in one or two lineups because WSU is another good matchup.
UTEP – JAMEILL SHOWERS
Shot in the dark here, but they face Western Kentucky who’s one of the worst passing defenses in the country. The o/u is 70+ and it’s only predicted to be a 1 score game.