DraftKings CFB DFS Lineup Picks: Saturday Main Week 4 Daily College Fantasy Football (9/24/22)

As we move into week four, team play begins in earnest for some teams while others get one final tuning. We’ve got dozens of baker games on the main menu and we’ve got some really good ones! The Battle of the Tigers starts from the Plains and the Battle of the Iron Pan, as well as a great basketball match with Duke at the Phog (if only). Maryland heads to Michigan for the first real test of Harpo, and Baylor heads to Ames for a visit to the Hurricanes. Central Michigan heads to Happy Valley to finish early afternoons.

The afternoon begins with Florida heading to Knoxville to face the high-flying Heupels. The Texans are heading to Lubbock to take on a loose technical team that could cause them some problems. Notre Dame cuts the road to Tobacco Road to bypass the Tarheels. Minnesota heading to East Lansing. We’ve got Indiana in Cincinnati and closing the main menu with Oregon headed to Washington State to give us some Pac 12 flavor. These are going to be great

In this article, I will give you a file Daily Fantasy College Football Assortment picks for DraftKings on 9/24/22 noon east LOCK. I will offer multiple player suggestions for midfield, running, and broad futures, with the goal of highlighting one option at the end of the high, middle, and bottom salary scale. Good luck, Roto Ballers.

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DraftKings CFB DFS Picks – Midfielder

Milestone DanielsKansas ($7900)

The Jayhawks haven’t yet faced a defense they can handle this year. If Houston can’t do it, I’m pretty sure Duke can’t either. Daniels feels cheap here. He does everything for the Jayhawks. He was responsible for five touchdowns (three assists, two lunges) in the Houston upset and hasn’t made a spin since week one. Daniels isn’t a prolific passer, but he has had 208 yards in his last two games. It’s worth the price, especially since it still throws some touchdowns at every game.

Connor BasilakIndiana ($6000)

This is more of a play size than anything. Bazelak threw more than 50 passes in the two games against the FBS competition this season, going for more than 300 yards in each of those games. Indiana runs a lot of plays, so the volume will be there. Bazelak hasn’t scored a bunch of goals yet, but in a game where the Hoosiers might have problems running the ball, we could see Indiana having to pass more within 10. That could lead to more passes for Bazelak.

Drew BenNotre Dame ($5400)

North Carolina’s defense has been cheated by everyone so far. The Irish attack moved better with Pyne under center, and he shouldn’t look over his shoulder Tyler Buchner Shoulder injury and miss the rest of the season. Pyne will have his share of problems, but a strong exit against Cal should result in an outstanding performance against a Tarheels defense that has allowed 275 passes per game so far this year.

Ruby AshfordAuburn ($5,000)

TJ Finley will miss this match in Auburn, so we’ll finally see what Ashford can do over the course of a full game. He was solid against Penn State even though the game was mostly out of control when he was allowed to play in it. Ashford mostly used to run when he played with the Tigers so far. We’ll likely see him compete mostly against Missouri as well. The Missouri defense is infantry at best. I like the upside of Ashford at this price.

Also considered: Sean CliffordPennsylvania ($8,300); Valuia Tagovailoa, Maryland ($7,600); DJ Uiagalelei, Clemson ($6,300); Bo KnicksOregon ($5900); Cameron WardWashington State ($5,000)

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DraftKings CFB DFS Options – Run Back

Sesame RobinsonTexas ($8,300)

Texas crime scene Queen Ewers She featured a lot running for Robinson. He hit 183 rushing yards and three touchdowns on the UTSA this past weekend. This will be another battle in Lubbock. North Carolina had most of its work done on the ground this past weekend, so I expect Texas will do the same here. Ibrahim could be involved in a big game against Michigan State, but Robinson will have more room for technology in a game that is supposed to have higher goals. I’ll save $1300 and hunt down the best match.

Nicholas SingletonPennsylvania ($6,400)

Singleton has over 100 games in a row in the rush arena and should make it three in a row against central Michigan. While Sean Clifford’s better play made all the difference at Penn State, the fact that they had a first-running game in two years couldn’t be underestimated either. Singleton took the job for himself even though he’s still splitting How are you?. Singleton is the game breaker you want in your squad.

Bigsby tankAuburn ($6,400)

It was slow for Tank and Auburn’s offense against Penn State last weekend. That would not be the case against Missouri. Missouri’s defense is better than last year, but that doesn’t mean much. They still allow 117.3 rushing yards per game. With Finlay out, I expect to see Auburn run the ball more than usual. Both tank and garkis hunter She must have productive days.

Cody SchraderMissouri ($3,500)

Stanford Transform Nathaniel Pete He’s still the initiator, but Schrader still gets a steady amount of load. There is a risk with any Missouri appearances at this point, but after seeing the success of Penn State on Earth, there is a good chance of success for Schrader and Pete…I don’t feel like paying a premium for peat.

Also considered: Mohamed IbrahimMinnesota ($9600); Lou Nichols Third, Central Michigan ($6,800); Amarion HamptonNorth Carolina ($5,500); Galen BurgerMichigan State ($5,300); Girl BrookeIowa ($4900)

DraftKings CFB DFS Choices – Wide Receivers

rashy riceSMU ($8,600)

Rice scored 28 receptions for 491 yards in just three games! That’s good for getting at least 33 DraftKings points in every match so far. The TCU’s defense won’t be able to stop it either. Rice may not have a higher ceiling, but his floor is better than any player in any position. Volume will always be there for a rice.

Xavier HutchinsonIowa ($6,700)

I have some reservations about him playing in the middle, but Hutchinson is a big target on this team. Hutchinson has 16 more passes than anyone else on the team in three games and has scored five touchdowns already. All other pass catchers have three combined. No other Cyclone receiver holds more than 90 yards. Hutchinson has 319. I have no problem paying for a volume like this no matter who the discounter is.

camberIndiana ($5600)

The recipient of possession can be a huge asset against a miserly defense like Cincinnati. Not counting the Idaho game, Camper 19 has a reception for 249 yards. He didn’t score his first touchdown until last week, but with more teams covering DJ MatthewsCamper should find it a little easier to go on his side of the field.

Brevin Span FordMinnesota ($3,500)

Loss Chris Ottman Bell It unlocks a lot of goals for Gopher. Brown Stevens and Daniel Jackson They are candidates to fill that void, too, but the Spann-Ford appears to be the most consistent commodity. He’s not as electric as Jackson (or Autumn Bell for that matter), but the Gophers will need to throw at least a little against Michigan State. I feel that Spann-Ford would do a lot for the price with its few additional goals.

Also considered: Ronnie BellMichigan ($7,300); Jalin HyattTennessee ($6,800); Milestone CalhounDuke ($6,100); Keon ColemanMichigan State ($5900); Dominic LovettMissouri ($5,000); Kamari MoralesNorth Carolina ($4,400)

You know stack combinations are often good, but this isn’t a baseball game. Game stacks can do something. Just look at the Appalachian State-North Carolina in Week 1. This game made many DFS players a few thousand dollars. Who can do that this week? Let’s check it out!

Texas in Texas Tech

UTSA stuck with the Longhorns until a few blunders derailed them. Technology crime isn’t as bad as North Carolina makes it seem. All receivers are 6’3″ or better, which is a real problem for most high school students. I feel Texans would do a lot with Bejan Robinson and Rochon Johnson repeatedly. It is enough for both to be useful. As for technology, I mostly look for value receivers, although the Sa’Rodorick Thompson is an interesting inexpensive option. Although, any Tech RB is a risk, so I see him and brooks pilgrimage GPP also plays mostly.

Duke in Kansas

I mostly like the Kansas side of this, but Gallon Calhoun should be in for a good match, too. Jaylene Coleman It was a strong back and Riley Leonard It was good enough to consider using it. Duke has plenty of ways to get prices cheap enough to afford Jalon Daniels. I feel like KS receivers are a trap and they have three backs they all get. This makes this mode crazy for DFS, but Daniel Hecho And the Devin Neal They both get enough work to consider.

Honorable Mention: Missouri in Auburn

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