Will Grier, QB, West Virginia ($10,400)
Grier is one of the top models of consistency week to week. Currently passing for over 300 yards a game and multiple TD, he is adverging over 30 Fppg. West Virginia has been a great team for DFS point production and with most of the production starting with Grier he makes a great start to cash game line ups along with one of his top three receivers.
David Sills, WR, West Virginia ($7,800)
Speaking of top receivers Sills is one of those three for West Virginia. Sills disappointed a lot of fantasy owners last week with his 8.8 Dkp while Jennings and Simms had good days. This is the perfect time to jump back on the Simms train when we expect him to have low ownership especially in Gpp. In his 2 games with over 5 receptions he has gone for 36 and 35.3 Dkp. Sills is the highest priced WR of the Trio and capable of paying off that price tag.
Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan ($7,700)
Last week Higdon had 30 carries for 115 yards and 2 TD. This was due largely to Chris Evans being out leaving Higdon to carry the load. With Evans again questionable this week we could see another heavy load for Higdon who is on a steady streak of rushing for over 100 yards and a score in every game. If Evans plays he makes for a great Gpp play but if not, Higdon could be in for another huge game.
CeeDee Lamb, WR, Sooners ($6,800)
Lamb is one of the top receivers for the Sooners high power offense. Lamb has 19 receptions for 348 yards and a score in every game this season. With Texas boasting a top 30 defense against the run we could see Kyler Murray airing it out to his receivers and Lamb being one of them.
Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson ($4,700)
With his QB going down with injury last week they will look this week to get things back on track. A. Rodgers is one of the top receivers in this offense with 21 receptions on the year for 218 yards. This week Clemson has a cake match up with Wake Forest who are giving up almost 2 TD in every game. This week could be a breakout game for Rodgers and this passing game from Clemson.
Landon Wolf, WR, Oklahoma State ($4,200)
Wolf was our Bold call in our Slack chat last week and he did not disappoint at all! He had 6 receptions for 116 yards and 1 TD. Will receiver D. Stoner still questionable Wolf has a chance to put up numbers again this week. At 4200 Wolf is way to cheap for what he brings to the table on this Cowboys offense.
By Zo McNeil