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FanDuel, DraftKings CFB DFS Picks: Daily Fantasy College Football Advice for 11/29/19


Welcome to week 14 of the college football season! I hope everyone had a great thanksgiving filled with family, food, and football. The college football gods have given us a huge Friday day slate, so 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 11/29/19. 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

Anthony Gordon - Washington State - FanDuel $10,500 / DraftKings $8,700

He has to be mentioned and is one of the most polarizing players on the slate. On one hand, there’s nobody more consistent at this level of production. On the other hand, Washington is a 7.5-point favorite and boasts one of the better defenses Washington State has seen. He’s extremely expensive and may not have the upside he does on most slates. For that reason, I don’t think you must play Gordon. There will be a quarterback or two that outscores him and they won’t be nearly as prohibitive in price. Gordon is fine and safe, but I can’t get behind the price.

Jett Duffey - Texas Tech - FanDuel $9,100 / DraftKings $7,000

We’ve been picking on the Texas Longhorns pass defense all season and there’s no reason to stop now. Jett Duffey has been pheneomel since taking over under center, throwing for 300+ yards in each of the last three weeks. He can also run the ball, rushing 26 times for 130 yards in that same span. This is the worst defenses Texas Tech has faced up to this point and Duffey will get over 300 yards once again. Point-per-dollar, Jett Duffey is my favorite quarterback on the board.

Jacob Eason - Washington - FanDuel $8,700 / DraftKings $6,600

With Washington favored by 7.5 points in a game with a 63 total, you have to have some interest in Jacob Eason. This Washington State defense is pitiful and Eason can have a big day when he’s asked to. In a rivalry against this Washington Star defense, I expect 250 at least out of Eason. He’s one of the better real-life quarterbacks on the slate and I in love with his price tag in tournaments.

 

FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Running Backs

Darrynton Evans - Appalachian State - FanDuel $9,500 / DraftKings $7,200

Darrynton Evans is a guy we’ve been all over in recent weeks and it’s paid off. Over the last two games, Evans has combined for 285 rushing yards and four touchdowns. He’s added another score through the air. Appalachian State are 10-point favorites in this game and we know Evans is going to see 20+ carries here. Troy can’t stop the run and I’d be shocked if Evans doesn’t see another 100 yards on the ground.

Larry Rountree III - Missouri - FanDuel $7,000 / DraftKings $6,200

It hasn’t been all rainbows and sunshine for Rountree of late, but I love this match-up against Arkansas. Missouri should have the lead early and I wouldn’t be surprised if Rountree ends up with 15+ carries. For him, it all comes to value. Badie has been taking a few carries, but Rountree is the most talented back and he has 100-yard, two-touchdown upside in this match-up. His price is down on both sites and I’m a fan in all formats.

Roschon Johnson - Texas - FanDuel $5,800 / DraftKings $5,100

Keontay Ingram is currently questionable for this game, so make sure he’s ruled out before you plug in Johnson. Texas has shown a willingness to give Johnson 20+ carries and the match-up with Texas Tech is a great one. Texas is a slight favorite and they should be running the ball plenty. Johnson is way too cheap on both sites and he’s dangerous through the air as well. I love targeting this game as I expect it to stay close and be extremely high-scoring.

 

FanDuel, DraftKings DFS Wide Receivers

Warren Jackson - Colorado State - FanDuel $9,200 / DraftKings $7,500

Warren Jackson is mr. consistent and Colorado State is going to be throwing from behind all game here. Boise State is an average at best defense and I expect Colorado State to put up at least two or three touchdowns. Warren Jackson is targeted 74% of the time in the red zone and rightfully so. He’s one of the best receivers in the nation and O'Brien will throw him the ball 20 times if he can. The upside is unparalleled and I don’t think Jackson will be as popular as a guy like Duvernay.

Aaron Fuller - Washington - FanDuel $8,200 / DraftKings $6,500

I love all of these Washington pass-catchers. They’re priced down and facing one of the worst defenses in the nation. They’re favored in a game with a 63 total, so Vegas is expecting Washington to put up over 30 fantasy points. Both Bryant and Fuller should see double-figure targets and I love both. If you make me choose, Fuller gets a few more targets and has a higher red-zone target share.

RJ Turner - Texas Tech - FanDuel $7,500 / DraftKings $5,000

If Jett Duffey is my favorite play at quarterback, we have to like some of these receivers. T.J. Vasher is priced like the top option, but RJ Turner has been better of late. Duffey prefers throwing to Turner as he runs more short and intermediate routes. Texas isn’t going to stop anyone through the air, as they’ve allowed nearly 300 yards per game on the season and did so against some much worse offenses. Turner is safe and still too cheap on both sites.

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