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FanDuel, DraftKings CFB DFS Picks: Daily Fantasy College Football Advice for 11/20/19

Welcome to week 13 of the college football season! We kicked things off early with some Tuesday MACtion, and have another two on our hands tonight. There are only four teams on the slate, but plenty of offense to look at. We'll start building our bankroll early this week. Let's dive in!

In this article, I will be providing you with my daily fantasy college football lineup picks for the main slate of games on FanDuel and DraftKings on 11/20/19. The lineup picks will range from some of the elite players to mid-priced options and value plays.

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FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Quarterbacks

Brett Gabbert - Miami-Ohio - FanDuel $9,100 / DraftKings $6,900

None of these quarterbacks are very good. Mitchell Guadagni is the most talented of the bunch, but he’s on the wrong side of questionable and it’s not looking great for him to play. That makes Brett Gabbert our favorite by default. Gabbert and Miami-Ohio are 31-point favorites over Akron, so we’re expecting 40 points out of an offense that’s usually rather inept. The Akron defense is terrible overall and Gabbert is the top option at QB.

Kyle Vantrease - Buffalo - FanDuel $8,200 / DraftKings $6,200

Buffalo has a better defense than Toledo, so I lean VanTrease here. If Guadagni plays, he would be my second favorite option. VanTrease is cheap and he’s put up 15+ fantasy points in three straight games. The Toledo defense is as average as it gets and VanTrese should be close to that number again. Gabbert is far safer, but VanTrease is cheap and I don’t hate it.


FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Running Backs

Jaylon Bester - Miami-Ohio - FanDuel $9,800 / DraftKings $6,500

I want all of the Jaylon Bester in this game. Facing off with one of the worst defenses in the nation, Miami-Ohio is a 31-point favorite. Out of 130 teams, Akron ranks 116th against the run with 207 yards allowed per game. Bester is going to smash here and he’s the first guy I’m locking into every format on this slate.

Shakif Seymour - Toledo - FanDuel $10,100 / DraftKings $6,400

Buffalo is really good against the run (7th out of 150), but Toledo is going to run the ball 30 times no matter what and Seymour will get a ton of volume. Bryant Koback is currently questionable, and it all comes down to whether or not he plays. If Koback is out, Seymour gets 25+ carries and makes for a stellar play. If Koback is in, I’ll ignore both.


FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Wide Receivers

Antonio Nunn - Buffalo - FanDuel $8,300 / DraftKings $5,700

None of these receivers are reliable. It’s likely that one or two of these guys are going to go off for 20 fantasy points, but it’s truly a crapshoot. Nunn was disappointing last week, but previously reeled in 12 catches for 150 yards and three scores in just two weeks prior. Buffalo should make an effort to get him the ball in this game and I doubt he will be highly owned. If VanTrease is my second favorite QB, I should be targeting Nunn everywhere.

Jalen Walker - Miami-Ohio - FanDuel $7,500 / DraftKings $4,700

Gabbert threw the ball to eight different receivers last week, so it’s hard to project who’s going to see more than three or four carries. If I had to bet on a guy, it’d be Jalen Walker. He is their speed threat and he can take a single touch to the house. Jack Sorensen is their number one when it comes to real football, and he’s a solid option as well. I just suspect he will be popular and he never sees a ton a volume. James Maye is an interesting play as well as he might have the most true-talent of any of these receivers.

Danzel McKinley-Lewis - Toledo - FanDuel $7,400 / DraftKings $5,200

Danzel McKinley-Lewis caught seven balls last week on 11 targets. It surely came out of nowhere for a guy that caught 1-3 balls in every game this season. Buffalo may force Toledo to throw the ball and McKinley-Lewis looks like the guy they’re going to force the ball to. He’s affordable and hard to stay away from in any format.

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