Texas A&M and Miami is a matchup of two solid defenses with twitchy offenses that can easily break the slate. This will be one of the main games I will target in to stack because it will be low-owned but still provide upside. Here are my College Football Week 2 DFS Picks!
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College Football Week 2 DFS Picks
Game Stack: Texas A&M -4.5 at Miami (51)
Quarterback: Conner Weigman $9,000
You may be surprised who is at the top of the NCAA QBR rankings after week one, and that is Conner Weigman. Yes, this is one week of sample size and was against a woeful New Mexico team, but it really showed the upside this offense can possess. Weigman passed for 236 yards and five touchdowns in just 23 attempts on Saturday. Miami is a tough team, but look for Weigman and Co. to set the pace for the game early.
Running Back: Mark Fletcher Jr. $4,800
Freshman runningback Mark Fletcher had an identical stat line to RB1 Henry Parrish. They both had nine rush attempts for a touchdown. It was a great showing for the South Florida kid who had a statement game in him. Look, Parrish will be the man out of the gates, but Fletcher will have a massive role in this game if Miami wants to compete. He is a secret weapon for this Hurricanes offense that will make a name for himself sooner than later.
Wide Receiver: Evan Stewart $7,100
Evan Stewart is the main target for Weigman, and he is off to a great start. Week 1 was a massive success for Stewart, who will be a name we hear on Sundays in the future. Stewart caught eight passes for 115 yards and found the end zone twice. He is a deep threat and will give this fast Miami secondary trouble all game. The Weigman-Stewart combo will be a duo that makes you money all year long.
Evan Stewart’s breakout season is upon us🔥
— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 2, 2023
Running Back: Blake Corum $8,400
Although Michigan won 30-3 in Week 1, they did not look great doing it, and they will have another “warm-up” game before they face any real challenges. Blake Corum is returning from an ACL injury, and easing him back into it was the strategy in week one. They face off against a really poor UNLV team, and Corum could be due for a staple game like he had early last year.
Quarterback: Jeff Sims $7,200
The Colorado offense will be extremely popular in Week 2, and rightfully so. Sanders and Co. proved all the haters wrong and put up an offensive show against defending runner-ups in TCU. What they lack is depth and defensive prowess. Jeff Sims did not look great as a passer in Week 1 against Minnesota, but he was the leading rusher for the Huskers.
The dual-threat QB will face an easier defense in Colorado, and the offense will need to play at a fast pace to keep up with the Colorado offense. Look for Sims to bounce back against the Colorado offense.