Daily NCAA College Fantasy Football RB Picks – Week 10

Got a shorter list of RB’s this week, mainly because there were some Thursday & Friday games that took some of the guys off the board. Plus some teams don’t play this week. However I think you’ll find some picks here that should help you out on Saturday.

Here are my week 10 QB picks if you need them too.

Ka’Deem Carey – at Cal
Will likely be the most expensive RB on most daily fantasy sites this week, as he faces off against one of the NCAA’s worst defenses. Vegas ‘only’ has AZ as a 16 point favorite so Carey rates to play most of the game.

Ameer Abdullah – vs Northwestern
Nebraska might have their backup QB in, and that has meant good things for Ameer. Northwestern isn’t the best run D and this guy has been solid.

Carlos Hyde – at Purdue
Has rushed for more than 140+ in each of the last 3 games and is real hot. This is a cupcake game where OSU is a 32 point favorite, but he should get numbers before they take him out.

Justin Goodwin – vs Temple
Freshman who has been getting the bulk of the carries after Paul James got hurt. Check if Paul James is playing (last I checked he wasn’t playing) – if he is, I’d avoid Goodwin … but if he misses another week, Goodwin is a cheaper play with upside against a bad D.

Melvin Gordon – at Iowa
Not the easist matchup this week against Iowa, but Gordon has been producing on a high level most of the year. Not a factor in the passing game so you’re missing out in a PPR.

Tre Mason – at Arkansas
Faces a team that isn’t all that great at stopping the run … plus he didn’t get to go off last week, so the coach may give him some more action in this one.

Kevin Parks – vs Virginia
Depending on what site you play on – Parks is either a top 10 RB, or he’s a mid-priced option. I like him more if he’s cheap. He faces a team that is okay at stopping the run. On Draft Street he’s only $8,451 (100,000 cap).

David Cobb – at Indiana
Not a TD machine but rates to get some touches in this one against a pretty weak run D.

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