Daily College Fantasy Football – QB Picks – Week 7 (Saturday)

Here we are at week 7 already in the college football season. Today I have my QB picks for you and I’m relying mostly on matchups and O/U totals to select these guys. I ignore some big names like Dak Prescott, Jameis Winston and Bryce Petty – but I could see starting those guys (except Bryce does face a tough TCU team). I think in 2 QB leagues, you should have plenty of mix/match options that should save some money for the rest of your positions.

Notre Dame – EVERETT GOLSON
Faces a UNC team that isn’t very good at stopping the pass – so I’d expect another solid game from Golson and I like him over more expensive guys this week.

Cal – JARED GOFF
Faces off against Washington, so he is a viable play again this week. Threw for 527 yards last week.

Auburn – NICK MARSHALL
The big game of the week should be a good one. He’s not super expensive and Miss. St has given up an average of 328.2 yards through 5 games.

Oregon – MARCUS MARIOTA
The offensive line is terrible, and it’s hurting his rushing yard totals with all the sacks, but he’s still solid enough to start – and UCLA isn’t the best passing defense.

Marshall – RAKEEM CATO
He hasn’t been spectacular, but he has been solid. He faces a team this week that struggles against the pass so I like him this week.

UCLA – BRETT HUNDLEY
Lost last week to Utah, but Oregon has given up huge chunks through the air.

Ole Miss – BO WALLACE
Good matchup against A&M and he’s been steady the last few weeks with a few TD passes in each game.

Colorado State – GARRETT GRAYSON
Came out early last week and had 3 TD’s. Faces a Nevada team that has struggled against the pass this year.

Washington – CYLER MILES
Had a rough week against Stanford but they are one of the best passing defenses in the country. Against Cal, he should look much better.

USC – CODY KESSLER
Teams have been having success against Arizona, who has the ability to keep up with teams. Kessler is not a huge upside guy but is capable of getting you a few TD’s this week.

Nevada – CODY FAJARDO
He’s hit or miss, but when he’s on – he’ll get you multiple TD’s through the air and ground.

Iowa State – S.B. Richardson
Shot in the dark a bit, but Toledo is one of the worst passing defenses in the country so he could be an option especially in 2 QB leagues.

Miami – BRAD KAAYA
Totally off the board here, but Cincinnati is a poor pass defense and they might have a backup QB in. Plus Miami is at home.

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