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Here’s This Week’s Fantasy (Pro And College) Football Cheat Sheet


Colin Kaepernick

Fantasy Feud offers Daily and 1-Week Fantasy Football contests in which you can win cash prizes and get paid out the same day. They are running their $100,000 Feud of Champions Qualifiers and Satellites each week for as low as $1. You can enter a weekly Fantasy Football contest and compete against other players with a shot in their Week 16 Feud of Champions contest. This contest will only have 32 seats and pay $30,000 to the 1st place winner. Here are some plays you can use this week.

I got called out on Tuesday’s RotoExperts in the morning show on Sirius XM by Tony Cincotta who said he wanted to see a lineup from me. So without any further ado, I’m hitting you with what I call my Lock N Load lineup on Fantasy Feud.  This means you can play this lineup is any contest they have with confidence. The $100,000 Feud of Champions Qualifier, Adam Ronis Challenge, any Heads Up, any 50 50 double up.

LOCK ‘N’ LOAD LINEUP

QB 1  Colin Kaepernick $139,100 (Give me Kaep off a bad game, Pryor tore them up)

QB 2  Matthew Stafford $157,200 (Skins D shredded twice, nothing changes here)

RB 1   DeMarco Murray $108,300 (Catching the ball, and running in the red zone)

RB 2   Joique Bell $88,100 (Monster value esp. if R Bush out)

WR 1  Pierre Garcon $111,300 (Give me shares of the Lions/Skins shootout)

WR 2  Julian Edelman $111,500 (Will continue to get lion’s share of targets)

TE      Tony Gonzalez $80,900 (With Roddy and SJax on the mend, TonyG gets looks)

DEF    Buffalo Bills $67,200 (They can pressure the QB and Geno is susceptible)

FLEX 1         Jason Snelling $60,000 (Inherits the starting RB role, should get catches too)

FLEX 2         Daryl Richardson $74,100 (Love me some RBs who get touches and D Rich is)

Total Salary  $997,700

Over/Under ($1M)  $2,300

WEEKLY FANTASY FOOTBALL SURVIVOR PICKS

I did a little better on my picks last week as Matt Forte carried me, but Eli Manning had another bad game, and Andre Johnson ended up hurt.  The good thing is that the fields are still pretty big in the Fantasy Feud Season Long Survivor contests, so you can still reserve your elite players.

Here are my recommendations for this week (* Top Play)

QB-*Colin Kaepernick, Matthew Stafford

RB-*DeMarco Murray, Daryl Richardson

WR-*Julian Edelman, Anquan Boldin

WEEKLY COLLEGE FANTASY FOOTBALL VALUE PICKS

QB

John O’Korn, HOU ($77,400) – O’Korn gets the start for David Piland who has been probably the most disappointing College Fantasy Football quarterback in the past year.  He was a projected Top 10 in 2012 and Top 35 coming into 2013, but has just not gotten the job done. After Case Keenum lit up scoreboards for years, it was just assumed Piland would do the same. Now O’Korn who is a freshman is getting a shot and the price tag is right.  The game is home vs. Rice with a total of 65, with implied score of 34-31.

Stephen Morris, MIA ($76,600) – Morris was a Top 35 CFFB QB coming into the season, but has struggled in his first two games averaging 10.5 fantasy points. A lot of times these games are practices with the starters only going the first half, but I think in the case of Morris he will get at least three quarters of action and the chance to really put the ball in the air. The Canes are a 60 point favorite (yes, 60) against Savannah State, so it should be a blowout quick.

David Watford, UVA ($50,000) – Virginia comes into this week a 44 point favorite vs. VMI. When trying to find value at the QB position, you are going to have some warts. You look for games where either the team could blow out the opponent or it’s a high scoring close game. Watford is another QB that has been awful so far, but it was against BYU and Oregon.

RB

Wesley Tate, VAN ($66,200) – Tate has assumed the starting RB role for Vandy, who also has one of the best wide receivers in the country with Jordan Matthews. The line is -32 and at Massachusetts who is one of the worst teams in Division 1 College Football.  I’m expecting Tate to get a lot of red zone opportunities, with a shot at 15-18 points.

LaDarius Perkins, MISS ST ($48,700) – Perkins was the bell cow in 2012 for Mississippi State, but the first two games of the season he isn’t getting the rock. Now they get in matchup where they are favored by 14 and the total is 60 points. With an implied score of 36-23, Perkins should be in line for 100 yards rushing and at least one TD.

Tra Carson, TEX AM ($71,800) – Carson is the ultimate upside play as he is splitting touches with Ben Malena, and Brandon Williams, but this game should have a ton of points as the Aggies come in a 28 point favorite with a whopping total of 79, leaving the implied score at 54-25. Figure he can get 50 yards rushing and two TDs.

WR

Amari Cooper, ALA ($45,000) – Cooper was arguably the 2nd best College Fantasy Football wide receiver coming into the 2013 season. He hasn’t done anything so far this year, so you are strictly playing the bounce back theory on him this week as Bama takes on Colorado State. The Tide needs to get Cooper involved in the offense and this is the week to do it.

Phillip Dorsett, MIAMI ($55,000) – Along with the QB Morris, Dorsett’s production has been terrible.  He just isn’t getting the ball.  That should all change here as Dorsett has the ability to put up a 20 point game in a game that Miami can name the score.

Kasen Williams, WASH ($63,100) – Williams is another buy low this week as he was rated a Top 30 wide receiver coming into the season, and still should finish as a Top 50. Washington is a 49 point favorite at home against Idaho State, another one of those games where the Huskies can name their score which should be 54-6.

LOCK ‘N’ LOAD LINEUP

POS    NAME                         SALARY

QB 1   Bryce Petty $133,400 (Baylor never lets the foot off the gas, 50 pts each week)

QB 2   Teddy Bridgewater $146,300 (Heisman fav gets FIU)

QB 3   Jameis Winston $128,200 (Bethune Cookman is the opponent, might only get 1 half)

RB 1    Duke Johnson $128,900 (Savannah State is +60, Duke gets 2-3 TDs and 150 easy)

RB 2    Lache Seastrunk $155,200 (Sistrunk rolls, another Baylor Bear, 150 rush 2-3 TDs)

RB 3    Matt Jones $40,000 (Min Salary starting RB on the Gators)

WR 1   Jordan Matthews $117,100 (One of the best WR vs one of the worst teams UMASS)

WR 2   Michael Bennett $40,700 (Steps into WR1 role now with injury to top guy)

WR 3   Shaquelle Evans $94,900 (Lots of points in this one, UCLA vs New Mex St, name score)

TE       A. Seferian-Jenkins $15,000 (Best TE in the country coming into the season, dud so far)

Total Salary    $999,700

Over/Under ($1M)     $300

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