College Fantasy Football: Week 6 Sit or Start

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<p> College Fantasy Football: Week 6 Sit or Start</p>

We’ve reached the midway point of most fantasy league regular-season schedules.  Gone are the non-conference mismatches, as the weekly schedule shifts into conference play overload.  No more Oregon versus Tennessee Tech.  No more Florida State versus Savannah State.  No more SEC versus Sun Belt Conference……bad example.  No more Big Ten versus MAC…….another bad example.  For those of you who loaded your rosters with non-BCS players, your time is finally here.

Start

Chase Rettig, QB-Boston College vs Army

Rettig should shred an Army defense giving up 38.8 points and nearly 475 yards per game this season.
 

Tyler Van Tubbergen, QB-Western Michigan vs Massachusetts

Van Tubbergen’s first start of the season did not go as planned last week, but look for the junior to bounce back against a Minutemen defense allowing 41.8 points and 494 yards per game.
 

Tevin Washington, QB-Georgia Tech at Clemson

Clemson is giving up more than 175 yards per game on the ground and that number figures to climb after the Yellow Jackets leave town.
 

Cody Green, QB-Tulsa at Marshall

Expect Cody Green to fill up the stat sheet through the air and on the ground against a Marshall defense allowing 44.4 points per game, worst in the FBS.
 

Terrance Broadway, QB-Louisiana vs Tulane

Terrance Broadway has taken over for starting quarterback Blaine Gautier, who may miss the rest of the regular season with a hand injury.  Broadway’s confidence should continue to grow as he faces a Tulane defense allowing 42.8 points per game.
 

Zac Stacy, RB-Vanderbilt at Missouri

Stacy’s only 100-yard game of the season came against Presbyterian three weeks ago, but we’re expecting the Vandy offense to rely heavily on its senior tailback this week at Missouri
 

Trayion Durham and Dri Archer, RBs-Kent St at Eastern Michigan

This thunder and lightning combination has scored nine of the Golden Flashes’ thirteen offensive touchdowns.  Expect another 2-3 scores this week against an Eastern Michigan defense that gives up 36.3 points per game.
 

John White, RB-Utah vs USC

This decision was not an easy one, but White should be well rested and healthy when the Trojans come to Rice-Eccles Stadium for a nationally televised Thursday night contest.
 

Todd Gurley, RB-Georgia at South Carolina

Gurley’s touches have increased over the past two weeks and the freshman should get another heavy workload on the road at South Carolina.
 

Jared Abbrederis, WR vs Illinois

Since his return from injury two weeks ago, Abbrederis has gone for 6-147-1 and 7-142-1 in back-to-back weeks.  We believe he will reach the century mark for the third week in a row.
 

Keyarris Garrett, WR-Tulsa at Marshall

Last week, Garrett was posted on our Emergency Starters list and caught six passes for 52 yards and a touchdown.  In an up-tempo game against Marshall, Garrett has the potential to post bigger numbers this week.
 

Bench

Shane Carden, QB-East Carolina at Central Florida

The Pirates defeated UTEP by ten points last week, despite three interceptions by the sophomore quarterback Shane Carden.  Expect a lot pressure from a Central Florida defense that held Missouri to 21 point last week.
 

James Franklin, QB-Missouri vs Vanderbilt

You can’t convince us that Franklin is the same quarterback since his shoulder injury.  For the season, he has rushed for 52 yards and zero touchdowns in 50 attempts.
 

James Sims, RB-Kansas at Kansas St

Sims was impressive two weeks ago in his debut against Northern Illinois, but this week he faces a Kansas State defense ranked 15th ranked in the country against the run.
 

Lyle McCombs, RB-UConn at Rutgers

McCombs has only eclipsed the 100-yard mark once in 2012 and this week he faces the nation’s No. 1 ranked rush defense.
 

Mike Gillislee, RB-Florida vs LSU

You can make worse roster moves than starting Gillislee against an LSU defense that is only giving up 86 yards rushing per game, but a roster with solid depth may have more favorable options. 
 

Dominique Whaley, RB-Oklahoma at Texas Tech

Whaley has only rushed for 168 yards and one touchdown this season, so we’re going to take a wait-and-see approach with a player on the verge of being dropped, if he hasn’t already been thrown back into your league waiver pool.
 

Orleans Darkwa, RB-Tulane at Louisiana

Darkwa made his return last week and rushed for seven yards on seven carries against LA-Monroe.  In four games this season, Tulane has run the ball for a total of 20 yards, averaging 5 yards per game.  Five!
 

Phillip Dorsett, WR-Miami at Notre Dame

Dorsett was listed in our Waiver Wire on Monday, but we’re not sure he’s a solid play against the Irish’s 19th ranked pass defense.

 

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