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FanDuel, DraftKings CFB DFS Picks: Daily Fantasy College Football Advice for 11/12/19


Welcome to week 12 of the college football season! We'll kick things off early this week a two-game Tuesday slate that's offering plenty of offense. One game does have a 60+ total, so we'll be focusing there. Let's dive in!

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy college football lineup picks for the slate of games on FanDuel and DraftKings on 11/12/19. The lineup picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

You can follow me on Twitter @VarneyDFS. I will be around all day to answer questions.

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FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Quarterbacks

Nathan Rourke - Ohio - FanDuel $10,800 / DraftKings $8,600

Nathan Rourke has averaged 38 DraftKings fantasy points over the last four weeks. That’s about all you need to know. He’s facing a Western Michigan defense that gives up a ton of yards and he’s easily the top QB on the slate. He can throw for 200 yards, but the majority of his value comes on the ground. Rourke gets double-figure carries every game and does a ton with them. This game holds a 61 over/under, so we want as much exposure as possible.

Mike Glass III - Eastern Michigan - FanDuel $9,900 / DraftKings $8,000

Both Glass and Wassink are a clear step down from Nathan Rourke. Let’s just make that clear. Glass may be the best pure “thrower” on this slate and he has a phenomenal match-up with an 0-9 Akron team that can’t stop anyone. Glass won’t be heavily owned and he could very easily go over 300 yards for the third time this season.

Jon Wassink - Western Michigan - FanDuel $9,100 / DraftKings $7,600

If you’re looking to target the high total, Jon Wassink is a great play. He’s been up and down, but seems to produce against poor defenses on a consistent basis. The Mustangs are going to put up close to 30 points and Wassink could easily fall into a few. With that being said, LeVante Bellamy is my favorite running back on this slate and the correlation doesn’t work well. I’d much rather make Rourke happen than play either of these guys.

 

FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Running Backs

LeVante Bellamy - Western Michigan - FanDuel $10,600 / DraftKings $8,800

Bellamy was included in the write-ups the last three weeks and he’s done nothing but smash. Over the course of just three weeks, Bellamy has run for 448 yards and 10 touchdowns. He’s been over 100 yards in seven of the last eight games. It doesn’t get more consistent than LeVante Bellamy and the match-up couldn’t be better. We’re working with a 61 over/under and what is essentially a pick ‘em. Bellamy is the top play on the entire slate at any position.

Shaq Vann - Eastern Michigan - FanDuel $7,600 / DraftKings $5,000

EMU is favored by 17 points, so they’ll be running the ball plenty. Shaq Vann has been over 17 carries in two of the last three weeks and he has averaged well over four yards per carry. Akron has a pitiful defense overall and gave up an average of 176 yards on the ground in their last two games. Vann is relatively affordable on both sites and makes for a solid play in both cash games and tournaments.

De'Montre Tuggle - Ohio - FanDuel $8,500 / DraftKings $5,300

It’s never a bad idea to look towards the high total game when you’re trying to decide who to put as the third running back. Bellamy and Vann are clearly my two favorites, and Tuggle is a great compliment. Most of our exposure will be to Nathan Rourke from this Ohio squad, but Tuggle could easily score twice and be the back to own in tournaments.

 

FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Wide Receivers

Isiah Cox - Ohio - FanDuel $7,600 / DraftKings $4,600

Wide receiver is so tough on this slate as none of these teams really hone in on one guy. For Ohio, Cox has 14 more catches than anyone on the team, and he’s not priced like it. He’s certainly inconsistent, but he’s also the clear number one and a guy you should probably own across the board. Shane Hooks is the second option and a great play in all formats if you want to pivot off of Cox.

Eastern Michigan WR's

I would be crazy to say I know what one of these guys is going to hit value. Mike Glass spreads the ball around like crazy and there are four receivers in play. Mathew Sexton (27/409/4), Arthur Jackson III (27/408/3), Dylan Drummond (33/327/3), and Quian Williams (28/328/2) all have similar stat lines and you can go with any of them. My favorite is Arthur Jackson, as he has the most big-play ability and won’t be popular. Quian Williams is way too cheap.

Keith Mixon Jr. - Western Michigan - FanDuel $7,700 / DraftKings $4,800

Gio Ricci is priced as the WMU top wide receiver, but I tend to disagree. I think Meith Mixon Jr. is the best WR these guys have and he’s electric with the ball in his hands. He returned last week and caught six passes for 23 yards and added a rush for 43. Ricci is a fine play, but I much prefer Mixon Jr. at a cheaper price tag.

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