College football DFS quarterback picks November 20:
This is a massive price for Javion Posey, and I get it. UMass is one of the worst teams to ever take the field. However, it’s like paying top dollar for a RB. Posey only had 80 yards passing last game. You’re betting on his rushing ability and nothing else. That said, he’s not a bad play. I just have my doubts that FAU will risk him once this game is out of hand by halftime or so.
The Syracuse defense has had a couple of great games and a couple of bad games. There’s really no way to know what we’re getting. What I do know is that with Javian Hawkins opting out, Malik Cunningham is the Louisville offense. This game should stay competitive. Cunningham has way more upside than Posey on this slate.
I would say you could tempt the fate of a FAU blowout and run Nick Tronti, but in true DraftKings fashion, he’s way too expensive for a backup. However, I don’t hate the idea on FanDuel in large field GPP’s.
If Tevaka Tuioti is healthy, I really like him in this matchup. If it’s Trae Hall under center, he’s not a bad option either. Hall held his own against Nevada, so whichever New Mexico quarterback it is, I like the upside in the middle tier.
Air Force hasn’t revealed who is going to start at quarterback, so that throws a wrench into this. Haaziq Daniels was the starter before he got hurt against Boise. Warren Bryan played well with Daniels out, so who knows? All I know is that whichever one starts has a helluva nice fantasy matchup.
Aidan O’Connell is a slate breaker if he starts. Minnesota’s defense has been that bad. If he’s out, Jack Plummer is more than worth a GPP dart.
Syracuse hasn’t decided on a quarterback either, but JaCobian Morgan looked solid against Boston College. If he starts, you can consider him. Even Will Koch is an interesting GPP dart at that low of a price. The only guy I wouldn’t touch is Tanner Morgan. Minnesota’s passing game is almost as questionable as their defense.