Week 2 College Football DFS Picks

NCAA Wk2 LUI’m a week late to the party due to being on vacation, but you can find my week 1 results below.  I managed to cash in my 50/50s despite North not even playing (vacation/no wi-fi lead to me not being able to swap North).

This week I’m ready for a repeat performance, with hopefully even better results.

QB is the most important position in CFB DFS, especially in cash games so I’m typically not looking for value there unless I’m extremely confident.   That leads me to play Greg Ward Jr. against Louisville.  He’s a dual threat QB which is a great way ensure a higher floor.  His last three games have produced 30+ points and I think that trend will continue.  Houston is a 13 point underdog and they will be asking Ward to make a lot of plays for them.

Skov is a great deal at RB on a high powered rush attack.  Georgia Tech runs a triple option offense and Skov is the B-Back and was able to find the end zone three times last week.  Hard to pass up at 5.9k when facing Tulane’s defense.  LeShun Daniels Jr. was great last week he was just unable to find the end zone. Iowa State has an awful run defense so I look for Daniels to break 100 yards and score at least one TD.

My big WR this week is Leonte Carroo.  He had an outstanding game last week despite not playing the 1st quarter.  His a big play wideout who should bring in 5-8 catches playing in a potential shoot out against Washington State.  I also tapped Dom Williams from Washington State for this season. Vegas set an O/U of 63 for this game.

Typically I punt at TE but this week I was able to fit in a top tier TE, Jake Butt.  He’s Michigan most trusted pass catcher and Harbaugh loves to incorporate the TE into his game plan.

Good luck! (Below are my results from last week)

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