Wednesday, September 23, 2015

CFB Recap Week 3: SEC Conference

Week 3 in the SEC was highlighted by the thrilling Ole Miss-Alabama game which saw the Rebels earn their first victory at Alabama since 1988. Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly looks like the real deal and leads a prolific offense that will continue to be a great target for DFS.

LSU made quite the statement in dismantling Auburn on Saturday. Running back Leonard Fournette put on a show by rushing for 228 yards and three touchdowns. Pretty safe to expect his salary to stay among the most expensive in DFS from here on out.

Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen and the Aggies lit up another opponent on Saturday, defeating Nevada 44-27 in a game that wasn't as close as the score would indicate. The competition gets tougher for the Aggies for the next few weeks, starting with this week's matchup against Arkansas.

We recap all of the above teams and much more in this week's recap of the SEC Conference, which you can read here. We dig into each game throughout the SEC to find the news you can use for DFS.
Some of the topics we sort through this week include:

  • Several teams are sorting through issues at the quarterback position which can lead to a ton of questions when building your DFS rosters. We've got you covered and help you find the situations to avoid and the ones you may want to look twice at.
  • An offense as prolific as Texas A&M's can be a great source of fantasy points but with a loaded group of wide receivers can be tough to predict. Through Week 3, two of the receivers look to be the most reliable for A&M stacks. 
  • Georgia running back Nick Chubb is a beast but rostering him can be tough due to his expensive salary. What's a lower cost way to gain some exposure to the Georgia running game?   

These are just three of many topics covered in this week's SEC Conference recap. You can check out the article here and be sure to check out Footballguys for all the College Football information you need to build your lineups each week.

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