If you’re in cash games, I think you’re going to want to pay up for WR. If you’re in tournaments – digging even deeper for WRs might be a strategy too since there’s upside potential in lots of different spots. I’ve tried to identify some guys that I think have upside, but also should see some action – so they are a tad bit less risky.
Uconn @ Temple (-12) 41 o/u
Ole Miss @ Mississippi St (-1) 64 o/u
Florida State (-2.5) @ Florida 43 o/u
Notre Dame @ Stanford (-3.5) 56 o/u
Texas A&M @ LSU (-5.5) 55 o/u
Oklahoma (-7) @ Oklahoma St 67.5 o/u
Colorado State (-10) @ Fresno State 58.5 o/u
Arizona State @ Cal (-3.5) 68.5 o/u
Air Force (-10) @ New Mexico 53.5 o/u
Nevada @ San Diego State (-17.5) 50.5 o/u
Louisiana Monroe @ Hawaii (-5.5) 55 o/u
Sterling Shepard – Oklahoma
Should be a real popular pick in lots of lineups.
Fred Ross – Miss State
I think you can carefully use Ross across the board again this week.
Laquon Treadwell – Ole Miss
Has more cash game appeal than anything due to matchup and the fact he’s often in the 1 TD range.
Rashard Higgins – Colorado State
I like him better on DK in the full point PPR. I think he’s a use with caution cash game WR with some light tournament appeal.
De’Runnya Wilson – Miss State
Pair him with Prescott.
James Washington – Oklahoma State
Probably a lower-owned high upside tournament WR is how I would categorize him at these prices.
Marcus Green – Louisiana Monroe
Seems like he’d be a good near min-priced WR you could probably use in cash games & select tournaments.
Devin Lucien – Arizona State
Okay option in cash I think because he’s not a 2+ TD guy, but game flow should lead to plenty of targets.
Bryce Treggs – Cal
I suggested Goff in cash games, and I think you can pair him with Treggs in most spots. Treggs is a big-play type WR but this matchup is juicy enough that I think it’s ok.
D.J. Foster – Arizona State
Low end cash game appeal because he consistently gets 10 touches per game.