We had a change at the top of the CFB Daily Overlay Scores after Week Ten.  An expert from RotoGrinders now resides at the top.  Let’s cut to the chase and get to the picks!


Highly Touted

Trevone Boykin (8x) – Boykin had a rough week in Stillwater last Saturday.  He’ll get well against Kansas tomorrow. There is risk of him getting yanked early due to it being a blowout.


Joe Hubener (6x) – What does Hubener do well?  He runs.  What do the Red Raiders suck at defending?  The run.

Patrick Mahomes (5x) – Mahomes will look to light up a secondary that has struggled against the other high-flying Big XII attacks.


J.T. Barrett (4x) – Barrett comes back from suspension and the Buckeyes have things to prove.

Jared Goff (4x) – Goff has gone over 300 yards in six of nine games.

Gunner Kiel (4x) – He has been racking up DFS points like crazy the last two games.

Marquise Williams (3x) – The UNC offense is on a roll.  Williams commands a high-flying offense with plenty of options to distribute the ball to.

Greg Ward (3x) – Houston takes on Memphis tomorrow in the biggest game in recent history for the program.  Ward will continue to put up big numbers.

Running Back

Highly Touted

Ezekiel Elliott (9x) – Elliott has yet to put up a game under 100 yards.


Dalvin Cook (5x) – He lit up Clemson last week in Death Valley.

Donnel Pumphrey (5x) – Pumphrey is the best running back that you’ve never heard of.  He is the lynch pin in the SDSU offense.

Wayne Gallman (5x) – Clemson is the #1 ranked team in the country and Gallman is a big reason why.

Christian McCaffrey (5x) – Stanford takes on the Ducks, which means points will be aplenty.

Jeremy McNichols (5x) – McNichols has quietly positioned himself as one of the top DFS running backs.

Charles Jones (5x) – Kansas State will run wild in Lubbock tomorrow.


Derrick Henry (4x) – Henry vaulted himself to the top of the Heisman list based on last week.

Sony Michel (4x) – Michel ran for 165 yards and a touchdown last week.

Devontae Booker (4x) – Booker has been one of the more consistent DFS players in 2015.

Kelvin Taylor (4x) – He, along with the rest of the Gator offense, was put on lock down by the Vandy defense.

Paul Perkins (3x) – He picked up the bulk of the carries last week after Soso Jamabo had encroached on his workload.

Aaron Green (3x) – The Frogs will blast Kansas on Saturday.  Green might get pulled early if the game is a blowout.

Wide Receiver

Highly Touted

Will Fuller (9x) – Fuller had three touchdown grabs against Pitt last week.

Aaron Burbridge (8x) – Burbridge has been a rock solid option at the WR position.


Jakeem Grant (6x) – The game in Lubbock might get crazy tomorrow.  Grant should run wide open most of the day against the Cats secondary.

James Washington (5x) – James Washington introduce himself to the nation when he went crazy last week.  He has remained rather cheap when compared to other receivers of his caliber.

Demarcus Ayers (5x) – Ayers and the Houston offense get a Memphis team that is coming off a devastating loss to Navy.


KaVontae Turpin (4x) – The Turpin play will look better if Josh Doctson cannot play.

Kolby Listenbee (3x) – Ditto for Listenbee.  If Doctson is out, he and Turpin will take over the load.

Sterling Shepard (3x) – Shepard and the Sooners head to Waco.  This game will be a shootout and Baker Mayfield has settled in nicely as the QB in Norman.

Shaq Washington (3x) – Washington and Kiel have created a nice connection.

Stack options of Mahomes-Grant, Boyking-Turpin/Listenbee, Kiel-Washington and Ward-Ayers provide plenty of choices for you tomorrow.  If I had to pick, I’d go with the Tech combo.  Kansas State’s pass defense is a joke and Mahomes has proven he can light up the best of defenses.  Good luck and let’s get that cash!

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