I think you’ll see a fair amount of overlap in the WR position because there’s only a handful that people will be familiar with. You might want to dig a bit deeper for tournament selections.
Miami @ Duke (-10.5) 51 o/u
Michigan (-11.5) @ Minnesota 37.6 o/u
Oregon State @ Utah (-26.5) 53 o/u
Tulane @ Memphis (-30.5) 62.5 o/u
Texas (-3.5) @ Iowa State 50.5 o/u
Vanderbilt @ Houson (-10) 49 o/u
Tennessee (-9.5) @ Kentucky 58.5 o/u
Notre Dame (-10.5) @ Temple 52 o/u
Air Force (-5.5) @ Hawaii 49.5 o/u
Stanford (-10) @ Washington State 59.5 o/u
Arizona @ Washington (-4.5) 56 o/u
Gabe Marks – WSU
Stacking him with Falk might be difficult with the salaries on FD, maybe more do-able on DK. Not a cupcake matchup, but like I’ve said all season long, this is an elite WR who was priced affordably … no longer. Now’s he’s on the edge of being priced perfectly so be aware of that.
Anthony Miller – Memphis
Way more expensive on Fanduel – I think I’d rather just have him on Dk since there is blowout risk to his upside.
Mose Frazier – Memphis
I think he’s a good pair with Lynch on both sites.
Will Fuller – Notre Dame
There’s a lack of top WR’s on the board so Fuller becomes more attractive.
DeMarcus Ayers – Houston
Somewhat risky because Vanderbilt is pretty solid and it should be fairly low scoring. But Ayers can deliver without a TD on DK, on FD – I think you’ll need him to get a TD to achieve much value.
Dom Williams – River Cracraft – WSU
I was off Cracraft for a while and on Dom. I think Cracraft at $5,400 DK/$5,700 FD has a better shot at value against Stanford who can give up some yards but not tons of big plays. Williams is still viable, but risky based on the matchup and the emergance of Cracraft last week.
Cayleb Jones – Arizona
Looks like a QB change might be helping Jones, who is a talented player. Might be worth a look if you don’t want to roll with the top-tier guys especially in tournaments. Teammate Johnny Jackson $3,600 on DK is an interesting option too.
Quenton Bundrage – Iowa State
He’s been producing at a decent level the last few weeks and at these prices he doesn’t need to do a ton to really provide upside. Teammate Allen Lazard might return, somewhat cooling Bundrage’s upside. Lazard would be a tournament selection if healthy.