I told you when I posted the QB picks for late game on Saturday 9/19 that I would need to find value picks at WR/RB because it seemed like most of the QBs were pretty expensive. Well … there’s lots of value to be had at WR, so I don’t think you’ll have a problem filling out lineups at these prices.
Early Saturday CFB – QB Picks
Early Saturday CFB – RB Picks
Early Saturday CFB – WR Picks
Late Saturday CFB – QB Picks
Late Saturday CFB – RB Picks
Below are the games I’m selecting from:
South Carolina @ Georgia (-16.5) 52.5 o/u
Texas Tech @ Arkansas (-12) 70.5 o/u
Colorado (-3) @ Colorado St 57 o/u
Cal (-6.5) @ Texas 58 o/u
Florida (-3.5) @ Kentucky 52.5 o/u
Iowa State @ Toledo (-7.5) 58 o/u
Pittsburg @ Iowa (-5.5) 47 o/u
Rutgers @ Penn State (-9) 46 o/u
SMU @ TCU (-37.5) 66.5 o/u
Stanford @ USC (-10) 50 o/u
Wyoming @ Washington State (-24.5) 64.5 o/u
Mississippi @ Alabama (-7) 52.5 o/u
BYU @ UCLA (-16.5) 60 o/u
Utah (-14) @ Fresno State 54 o/u
Gabe Marks – Washington State
Good to see him back on the field again this year. He’s clearly the #1 pass target in Washington and his salary is still low enough to make him a must start.
Tyler Boyd – Pitt
Nelson Spruce – Colorado
He’s a bit overpriced on FD, but on DK he’s not a bad deal. This is a big rivalry game, so expect the boys to be all pumped up. Last season against CSU, Spruce had 7 receptions and 104 yards with 2 TDs.
Pharoh Cooper – South Carolina
This guy is a beast. At these prices, you need him to find the endzone. The matchup against Georgia isn’t bad and it’s likely USC will need to be throwing late in the game.
Josh Doctson – TCU
Steady, solid. You need him to find the endzone at these prices.
Jakeem Grant – Texas Tech
$6,400 FanDuel (GREAT VALUE)
I don’t love this matchup against Arkansas, but Grant is below average salary on FanDuel which makes him nearly a must start.
River Cracraft – Washington State
I was burned by Cracraft week 1, but he bounced back in week 2 with 8 receptions and 1 TD. He’s a high-volume type guy, meaning he needs to get you 5+ catches to create much value unless he grabs a TD. I like his value more on FanDuel this weekend over DK.
Dom Williams – Washington State
I think the daily fantasy sites have Williams priced to perfection. He’s not cheap enough to make him a must start and he’s not so expensive that you ignore him. I’d lean towards Williams in GPP type lineups because he’s a boom-or-snooz type player being the deep threat on WSU.
Jordan Payton – UCLA
I like to use Payton in 50/50 type games where you need consistency with a chance at upside. Payton is pretty steady and his salary isn’t too high.
Sleeper/Cheap CFB WR’s
Kolby Listenbee – TCU
Pretty cheap and he’s a solid player, but I’d expect either a boom-or-snooze type game. Nice matchup against SMU and it appears TCU isn’t affraid to run it up a bit after scoring 70 points last week.
Huntery Henry (TE) – Arkansas
The #2 ranked TE on FD, but will play as a cheap WR/FLEX on DK. Had 8 catches last week for 117 yards. TE’s are often hit-or-miss in college football, so keep your expectations in check – however Texas Tech is a poor pass defense so the matchup is excellent. In boom-or-bust GPP lineups Henry might make a nice sleeper selection allowing you to load up on skill players elsewhere.
Drew Morgan – Arkansas
Keon Hatcher was hurt last week, that should bump everyone elese up a bit considering they are facing off against Texas Tech. Last week Morgan had 5 receptions.
Jared Cornelius – Arkansas
$4,500 FanDuel (Minimum price)
He’s attractive because he’s minimum price and they face Texas Tech. Also, the teams best WR Keon Hatcher was hurt last week.
I’m just going to lump all these guys into one blurb because it’s a coin flip between them all. I would consider Kenny Lawler and Bryce Treggs and the most consistent Cal WR’s. Trevor Davis is a boom-or-bust type minimum salary guy you can gamble with in GPPs. Stephen Anderson is listed at TE on Fanduel, and I think he’s not a terrible option on FD, but at $5,200 on DraftKings – I think you have better options.
Janarion Grant – Rutgers
I wouldn’t roll with Grant in a ton of your lineups, but if you’re looking for a near minimum priced WR that will likely won’t be used too much, Grant isn’t a bad option with Carroo gone.
Matt VandeBerg – Iowa
Total shot in the dark here. The matchup isn’t great, but he’s under avearage salary and has 15 total receptions on the year. He’s kind of come out of nowhere, so don’t be surprised if he comes down to earth, but if you want a sneaky sleeper in GPPs, VandeBerg is a gamblers special.
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