Doctson, Braverman, Carrington. Not sure if you can get that WR stack to work with Boykin in the lineup yet but obviously it’d be ideal if you could. I don’t think you need to stray too far from these WR picks in cash games. In tournaments you’ll likely want to mix it up on the teams that spread it around more.
UNC (-3) @ Pittsburgh 55 o/u
Western Michigan (-20.5) @ Eastern Michigan 64.5 o/u
Buffalo (-7) @ Miami (OH) 49.5 o/u
Texas State @ Georgia Southern (-21) 68.5 o/u
West Virginia @ TCU (-14) 75.5 o/u
Oregon @ Arizona State (-2.5) 66.5 o/u
Darren Carrington – Oregon
Not sure I’ll roster him on Fanduel … in part because $7,300 is a pretty fair price … but mainly because he’ll be in most of my Draftkings lineups. At $4k he could 7x his salary without much effort, and that’s rare.
Josh Doctson – TCU
Boykin/Doctson stack will be where almost everyone will start a cash game lineup Thursday.
Daniel Braverman – WMU
His worst game this season is 20 fantasy points. Hard to love a guy more than Doctson but Braverman is close.
Bralon Addison – Oregon
Adams played week 1, 2 and 7 and those are generally Addison’s best fantasy games. He has a shot at getting you 4x value on DK if he scores a TD.
Tyler Boyd – PITT
UNC is much improved this season on defense. However, Pitt appears to be getting Boyd more touches as a runner (he’s fumbled 3 times though). Riskier play than he normally would be.
Kolby Listenbee – TCU
Every Batman needs a Robin. When healthy, Listenbee can be a viable player next to Doctson. At these prices, it will be hard to keep him out of lineups.
Ron Willoughby – Buffalo
Good tournament selection since he can get you 5x his salary.
Corey Davis – WMU
More of a tournament play since I think he can get you 30 fantasy points on his best day, but he could also put up 12.