Sometimes, just looking at a pool of players to choose from can be tricky.
There are players out there that have ballooned statistics thanks to one game, which can be a bit misleading.
Here are some players that you need to stay away from, as well as get in your lineups.
Dominique Davis, QB, East Carolina
Davis, who played against Cam Newton in the junior college national championship, is a play maker.
Facing a Blazers defense that can’t stop the run or the pass means big numbers for the stud.
Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin
This is a no brainer. Wilson can make plays on the ground and in the air, and has excellent weapons.
He faces FCS opponent South Dakota State.
Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
Much like Wilson, this is another no brainer.
Ball is among the best running backs in college football and faces an FCS defense.
You do the math.
Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
Despite the QB issues, Floyd should still make plays. He’s a play maker with game changing ability.
His matchup against Pittsburgh is quite favorable.
Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State
Oklahoma State is going to have to air it out in order to win against Texas A&M’s tough run defense.
Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon have such great chemistry, it’s hard to keep from picking up Blackmon.
Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson
Boyd was promising against an above average defense in week three, but facing a tough, fast Florida State defense is scary.
The play is quite risky, but I’m not extremely confident that Boyd can repeat in the ACC opener.
G.J. Kinne, QB, Tulsa
Kinne isn’t 100% (knee), and faces a very tough Boise State defense.
While he usually makes a lot of plays on his own, the injury doesn’t bode well combined with the matchup against a tough Bronco defense.
Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh
If Notre Dame has done one thing well, it’s stop the run.
Notre Dame won’t be afraid of Tito Sunseri, and Graham will have to make plays on his own, which I don’t think he can do.
Henry Josey, RB, Missouri
Josey has been fantastic thus far, and quite the surprise.
But the matchup against Oklahoma’s hard hitting linebackers and defensive line worries me.
I’m staying away from Josey this week. There are plenty of better values out there.
Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado
Aside from one game, Richardson hasn’t done much. He blew up for 284 yards receiving which have ballooned his statistics.
Ohio State’s defense can still make plays, and Richardson should be held to under 100 yards. Pass.