Welcome to College Football DFS for Week 10, the tenth full slate of College Football action. We’re sadly already nearing the end of the regular season. This is your one-stop shop for cash and GPP plays for the main slate of CFB all season long.
Every single week we build a multifaceted projection model for the main slate of college football to help you find the best plays of the week. However, this week (and moving forward) we’ll be taking a more focused approach on a few key plays. At this point in the year the pricing tightens up and emphasizing the right high exposure players is the best way to maximize gains.
If you’ve been following along over the past few seasons, we’ve had some crazy high hit rates on our player pools, but if you have questions on Player X versus Player Y, reach out to me on Twitter @FF_TravisM. I’d be glad to help.
So without further ado, let’s dive in.
It’s going to be impossible to fade the chalk quarterbacks completely on this slate, despite their ridiculous $9000+ prices. But which ones can we truly trust this week as foundational plays?
Sam Howell ($9800, North Carolina) has accounted for around 75% of North Carolina’s offense all season long and should absolutely feast against Wake Forest’s struggling defense. They’ve looked decent the last few weeks against the pass, but they played Duke (who can’t score), Army (who doesn’t pass), and Syracuse (who also doesn’t and can’t pass). The matchup is one of the best on the slate.
The other Sam in the same game (Sam Hartman, $10000, Wake Forest) is about priced out, but due to the implied game script should still be trusted despite his insane price tag. He’s seriously been averaging over 400 total yards of offense over the past few weeks and that should continue against North Carolina.