TAJH BOYD SHOULD REBOUND FOR FANTASY OWNERS IN WEEK 9
Brandon Williams' 2013 College Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings - Week 9
|QUARTERBACKS||RUNNING BACKS||WIDE RECEIVERS||TIGHT ENDS|
|1. Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois||1. Bishop Sankey, Washington||1. Brandin Cooks, Oregon State||1. Jace Amaro, Texas Tech|
|2. Marcus Mariota, Oregon||2. Lache Seastrunk, Baylor||2. Mike Evans, Texas A&M||2. Eric Ebron, North Carolina|
|3. Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M||3. Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona||3. Willie Snead, Ball State||3. Nick O'Leary, Florida State|
|4. Jameis Winston, Florida State||4. Byron Marshall, Oregon||4. Antwan Goodley, Baylor||4. Gator Hoskins, Marshall|
|5. Bryce Petty, Baylor||5. Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky||5. Sammy Watkins, Clemson||5. Braxton Deaver, Duke|
|6. Brett Smith, Wyoming||6. Mike Davis, South Carolina||6. Davante Adams, Fresno State||6. Kivon Cartwright, Colorado State|
|7. Tajh Boyd, Clemson||7. T.J. Yeldon, Alabama||7. Tevin Reese, Baylor||7. Troy Niklas, Notre Dame|
|8. Braxton Miller, Ohio State||8. Tre Mason, Auburn||8. Paul Richardson, Colorado||8. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington|
|9. Brett Hundley, UCLA||9.Tyler Gaffney, Stanford||9. Rashad Greene, Florida State||9. Richard Rodgers, California|
|10. Sean Mannion, Oregon State||10. David Fluellen, Toldeo||10. Dri Archer, Kent State||10. Wes Saxton, South Alabama|
Both Boyd (foot) and Manziel (shoulder) will play. For Boyd, Maryland translates into redemption following his 8.6 Fantasy cluster bomb he dropped against Florida State….Winston has put up 117.4 Fantasy points in the last three weeks, which screams Must Start….Hundley could have a solid all-purpose effort against an Oregon defense that gave up yards by the bushel last week…..Outside Looking In: Old Dominion’s Taylor Heincke has been quietly solid all season (223.8 Fantasy points) and gets an overmatched Norfolk State defense.
Coming off a season-low 10.8 Fantasy points in a loss to Arizona State, Sankey will rebound against Cal’s paper-thin defense….Marshall is clearly the lead back in Eugene; had he started the season as such, Marshall would be in the thick of Heisman talk....Gaffney comes off a season-high 29.4 point performance against UCLA and his receiving skills could be a sneaky factor versus Oregon State….Fluellen is a mere yard away from 1,000, yet his back injury makes him a gametime decision against Bowling Green and could snap his six-game streak of at least 23 Fantasy Points…Outside Looking In: Jay Ajayi has scored in six straight games and looks like a bet for seven when he and Boise State takes on BYU.
With 104.8 Fantasy points over the last three weeks, Cooks has the most befitting name among the nation’s wideouts. There’s little reason not to expect his work in the gridiron kitchen to tail off in what should be a shootout against UCLA….Evans averages 23.8 yards per catch and scores once almost every five receptions. What else do you need to know?....Watkins wants nothing more to erase the memory of last week; like Boyd, he should get major redemption against Maryland….there’s plenty of targets to go around, which makes Goodley and Reese Must Starts as Baylor should light up Kansas….Outside Looking In: Wyoming’s Dominic Rufran snapped out of a mini-skid last week; Brett Smith’s favorite target looks like he’ll produce against San Jose State.
Amaro is the only player at his position that has Favorite Target status. He’ll easily put up double-digit Fantasy numbers as the Red Raiders take on Oklahoma….Ebron has two 100-yard games, and a third is in the offing against Boston College….Hoskins is in a skid, which coincides with the slump Marshall QB Rakim Cato is in; the two will get back in stride this weekend….Sefarian-Jenkins has been teasing all season; Cal’s defense is bad enough for him to breakout.
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