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College Fantasy Football: Week 4 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em

Posted on September 18, 2014 by Joe Arpasi and Ryan Moss

Alright season-long fantasy managers, it's time to set those weekly lineups!  Below are some picks to chew on. We added a recap table at the end of each position breakdown. 

Note: We encourage debate amongst of staff, therefore you are likely to see differing Start-Sit opinions regarding specific players.  These opinions also may not match up with the FFCPI.  Remember, our goal is to provide you with as much information as possible, so that you can form your own opinion.

(These selections are geared towards traditional (season-long) league formats.  However, DFS players could glean some valuable nuggets of info as well.)


QUARTERBACKS


Start’Em


Sefo Liufau, Colorado vs. Hawaii
Staff Pick: Ryan Moss
Liufau has consistently put up solid numbers this year and gets a juicy matchup against Hawaii. He should have no problem finding open receivers and racking up points in this one.

Marquise Williams, UNC vs. ECU
Staff Pick: Ryan Moss
Williams has established himself as UNC’s starter and will need to put up big numbers if the Tar Heels are going to compete in this one. ECU’s defense hasn’t been spectacular so Williams should be able to make plays with his arm and legs.

Matt Linehan, Idaho vs. Ohio
Staff Pick: Ryan Moss
Linehan has been flying under the radar, but putting up solid numbers despite the Vandals starting the season 0-2. With a favorable matchup this week against Ohio, Linehan makes for a solid start in deeper leagues.

The Fine Line: Using Vegas To Set Winning Week 4 Lineups

Posted on September 18, 2014 by Hunter Harrison

Playing daily college fantasy football can be overwhelming. There are so many games each weekend that it is hard to know where to start. Lucky for us, our friends in Vegas are here to help. We can determine the projected highest scoring teams each week by looking at point spreads and over/unders. This is a great place to start narrowing down the list of teams to target. I’ll be identifying those teams for you each week and breaking down their matchups.

 

Week 4 has a chance to be the highest scoring week of the season. We have three games with 70+ point totals, and many more in the 60s. Pricing is pretty soft this week so there are more usable players than normal. That makes targeting the right games even more important. So let’s get to them. Good luck.



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Indiana @ Missouri O/U 72

Projected score: Missouri 43 - Indiana 29

 

Indiana makes another appearance in the column this week. Get used to it. They have that special combination of solid offense and putrid defense that usually results in fantasy goodness. Indiana’s best weapon on offense is Tevin Coleman.

DFS Player Rankings: Week 4, DraftKings

Posted on September 18, 2014 by Kevin Mount

Welcome to the Week Four Draft Kings Player Rankings. These rankings will be a bit different than the traditional season long weekly rankings.

These weekly rankings will heavily weigh the player’s Draft Kings salary versus expected production. If a player has a very high salary and a tough match up, that player could be ranked lower than a cheaper priced player with a better match up.

 


DRAFTKINGS PLAYER RANKINGS: THU/FRI GAME SET

 

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1)    Jake Waters, Kansas State vs. Auburn ($8400)

Waters will have to put up big numbers to keep pace with the potent Auburn offense.

 

2)    Nick Marshall, Auburn vs. Kansas State ($8800)

Marshall should be ready to show off his skills in this nationally televised show down.