DFS Lineup Tips for NCAA College Football Week 4
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The NCAA College Football regular season is up and running and there has never been a better time to play NCAA College Football DFS! There are some really nice prizes that are available at the various DFS sites and a great way to supplement those bankrolls throughout the season. Pick yourself a slate of games that you like on the DFS site that you prefer and roll with it. Hopefully, you will be able to use a few of our players below that we think are going to have great games and they help you win some big money! Without any further delay, let's jump in and find some top-notch DFS players for this week's NCAA DFS!
This week, we are going to focus our lineup tips on the afternoon slate. This is where we are going to find the most value and the players that fit within our wants and needs for lineup management.
Jake Fromm (Georgia) – Up until this point, the Georgia Bulldogs haven't really needed Fromm to step up because each of their games was pretty much in the bag by the second quarter. There really hasn't been a legit reason to use Fromm much or ask him to play a full game. This week, they face a very potent Missouri offense that can put points on the board. In their 3 games this year, they posted 40, 40 and 51 points. Georgia will look to slow down the offense but if not, the Bulldogs offense is going to be tasked with playing keep up to match Drew Lock and the Missouri offense. Fromm is relatively cheap this week and will be our top Quarterback.
Will Grier (West Virginia) – At the beginning of the year, we said that Grier was going to have a huge year with the WR talent that he has in West Virginia this year. Last week, the Mountaineers had their game canceled against NC State so they will be well rested and get a few of their players back off injury. They scored 52 points in their week 2 matchup against Youngstown State and 40 against the SEC powerhouse defense of the Tennessee Volunteers. This week, they face a Kansas State team that has an offense good enough to keep up with the Mountaineers but a defense that is bad enough to allow West Virginia to throw down the field on them at will. Kansas State allowed South Dakota to score 24 points, which has to lead you to think that West Virginia can post 50+.
AJ Dillon (Boston College) – Yeah, I know, he is expensive but look at his numbers. If you can get him in your lineups, do it! BC is up against Purdue and I expect a heavy workload by Dillon. He is probably the top Running Back in the country and is taking over games. I don't really think there is a risk of BC blowing out Purdue so Dillon should get a full plate of carries.
Pooka Williams (Kansas) – One of the hottest freshman Running Back's in the country is Pooka Williams. Williams is listed as the #3 RB on Kansas depth chart but the reality is he gets the most carries and is the man in Kansas. Williams is, in my opinion, one of the top 3 freshmen in the country and is now facing a Baylor defense that can be exploited. Baylor allowed Duke to run for 225 yards and Abilene Christian to run for 220 yards. This will be a BIG game for the freshmen sensation!
Rondale Moore (Purdue) – Unless you live under a rock, you now know who Rondale Moore is. He posted 2 huge games this year out of 3 games but the most impressive factor is his targets. He is getting targetted by both Purdue QB's and is pulling in an average of 8 receptions per game. He is a DFS GPP gold mine waiting to be found. Last week on Draftkings, he posted 33.7 DK points. In week 1 on Draftkings, he posted 44.8 DFS points. Last week, he was just $5200 but he gets hit with the increase this week but still a viable option for a 40 points game against Boston College.
Gary Jennings (West Virginia) – Yes, I know he is expensive, probably too expensive to pair with Grier but I'm throwing him in here anyway. It's hard not to like a guy that is averaging over 100 yards per game and 2 touchdowns. I know it will be hard but if you can get him in the lineups, it will be well worth it.