DFS Lineup Tips for NCAA College Football Week 11
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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 main 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.
NCAA Saturday Main Slate
Quarterback – Gardner Minshew (Washington State Cougars)
Our top Quarterback on the slate is Washington State Cougars QB Gardner Minshew. Minshew has thrown 27 TD's this year and is good for at least 300 yards. Minshew has thrown a minimum of 300 yards in each game this year and should have no troubles again in this game against Colorado, who has a passing defense ranked 78th in the country. Colorado allowed Arizona QB Khalil Tate to throw for 350 yards and 5 TD's last week!
Below are some additional QB's that we like this week:
|Name / Team||Notes|
|Kyler Murray (OKLA)||Murray is in a great spot to shine. He hasn't had a bad game this year and has only scored under 29 DFS points once this year, which was in game 1. Total in this game is 81 points!|
|McKenzie Milton (UCF)||Milton has thrown multiple TD's in every game except 2 this year and now faces a Navy squad that is vulnerable to the pass.|
|Brock Purdy (Iowa St)||Purdy has only played in 4 games this year but in each game, he has really played well. In the 4 games, Purdy has thrown a combined 12 TD's this year.|
|Kellen Mond (Tex A&M)||Mond's price has come down and now he is a value play this week against Mississippi. Mond and Texas A&M are 13.5 point favorites and should control the game.|
|Michael Collins (TCU)||With Robinson out, Collins will get the start. He is priced too low here and should be getting better with his 3rd start.|
Running Back – Trayveon Williams (Texas A&M)
Last week, Williams had a very good game, rushing for 107 yards and 2 touchdowns, as well as catching 5 passes out of the backfield for an additional 75 yards and another touchdown. This week, he faces an Ole Miss defense that is ranked 110th in country and vulnerable to the rushing attack. Williams stands to have a very strong game this week!
Below are some additional RB's that we like this week:
|Name / Team||Notes|
|JK Dobbins (Ohio St)||Dobbins went off for 163 YDS rushing last week against NEB and 3TD's. I expect the Buckeyes to ride him out the rest of the year and at this price, he is a bargain!|
|David Mongomery (IowaSt)||After last weeks not-so-stellar of a performance, Montgomery's ownership should come down a bit. He has been reliable all year, especially in Cash Game's and I'm going right back to the well with him this week.|
|Scottie Phillips (Miss)||Phillips has been a guy you can turn to that is reasonably priced and able to score like the expensive guys. This week, there is some concern for the blowout but I think at least in the first half, Phillips will see his fair share of carries.|
|James Williams (WashSt)||The way the game flow sets up for this game makes Williams one of our top selections this week. I think he could have the biggest game of the season against Colorado!|
|Miles Sanders (PennSt)||The past two weeks have not played into Miles Sanders role. Last week, Penn State found themselves down early and had to air it out, which left Sanders out of the equation. This week, totally different outcome!|
|Isaiah Bowser (NW)||Not the best matchup facing Iowa but neither was last week against ND and he still put up 93 yards on the 25th ranked defense! As a value play and in GPP's Bowser is a great option!|
Receiver – Tylan Wallace (OK State Cowboys)
This game has a total of 81 points, which means those points need to come from somewhere. Why wouldn't the top WR for the underdog be the first option you look at. Wallace is my favorite WR this week, especially knowing he has posted 344 yards and 3 TD's in the past 2 games!
Below are some additional Wide Receivers that we like for this week:
|Name / Team||Notes|
|Hakeem Butler (IowaSt)||Butler is definitely priced too low here! He has scored at least 1 TD in 6 of 8 games this year and posted 3 back-to-back-to-back 100+ yard games. Make it 4 in a row for Butler and another TD!|
|CeeDee Lamb (OKLA)||You can go with either M. Brown or Lamb here. I like both. I lean to Lamb only because I think more people will flock to Brown in this spot and he saves me a few bucks.|
|Jace Sternberger (Tex A&M)||Sternberger has done really well this year with the exception of the past two games, both of which were losses. I think Sternberger gets back on track this week at a great price!|
|Dezmon Patmon (WashSt)||Patmon isn't going to catch 10 receptions a game, all though he did 2 weeks ago, but what he does with the ball when he gets it makes up for it. He is dangerous with the ball in is hands and is a big time playmaker. Throw him in a few GPP's and hope for the best|
|Irv Smith (Alabama)||A great value play here at this price. Smith has scored a TD in 4 straight games. Make it 5, Roll Tide!|
|Terry McLaurin (OhioSt)||What is wrong with this price? McLaurin has scored a TD in 6 of 7 games and now has a total of 8 TD's on the year. At this price, he is a absolute Cash Game Lock!|
|TJ Hockenson (Iowa)||If you're looking to save money, drop down and take a look at Hockenson. He has scored 5 TD's this year and is a real threat in the Iowa Passing Option.|