PrizePicks is a new daily fantasy platform that allows you to pick player props or fantasy points on various sports. Unlike other platforms, PrizePicks gives bettors many college football player props that can make that much more enjoyable Saturday night before Week 1 of the NFL. Here are some of the best lines for Week 2 of CFB player props.
Week 2 PrizePicks CFB Over/Unders | Saturday, Sept. 11
Brock Purdy – Under 22 Fantasy Points
Last week Iowa State struggled to move the ball against Northern Iowa, which had no business being in the game. At the same time, Iowa shut down a very talented Indiana passing offense and looks to continue that trend this week. These teams feature premier running backs that will be getting 20-plus touches and look to control the game flow. As a result, this game should be slow and lack the volume to get a 22-point performance from Brock Purdy.
Will Rogers – Over 245.5 Yards Passing
Since taking over at Mississippi State, Mike Leach has led them to one of the highest pass rates in college football. The team had a 79% pass rate in Week 1, and it simply does not matter if Leach is ahead or behind; his team will throw the ball. The concern with Will Rogers was about him holding the job. Despite the offense being stagnant for two quarters, they never subbed him out, and he led a 21-point fourth quarter comeback to win the game.
D.J. Uiagalelei – Under 304.5 Yards Passing
Clemson is going against South Carolina State. This game will give this offense much-needed confidence, but based on previous matchups against FCS schools, Dabo Swinney will not be leaving these starters in for long enough to hit the over. They will want to show more on the offensive side of the ball than they did against Georgia, but it will be centered around establishing the running game that amassed only 24 yards a week ago. They did have a high pass rate at 78% in Week 1, but that should be much more balanced going forward.
C.J. Verdell – Under 71.5 Yards Rushing
Oregon is playing Ohio State as a 14.5-point underdog on the road, which does not give C.J. Verdell a favorable game flow. Oregon will take a committee approach to the running back room, with quarterback Anthony Brown and running back Travis Dye getting almost equal work. Do not look too deeply into last week’s rushing performance from Minnesota; it is one of the more dominant rushing teams in the country, and Verdell will not get the touches Mohammad Ibrahim got.
Jacob Copeland – Under 3.5 Receptions
Florida’s passing offense this year looks awful with Emory Jones at the helm. With Kyle Pitts and Kadarius Toney no longer on the roster, it looks even worse. Thirteen players received targets last week against FAU, and nobody looked like the clear target leader. This matchup against South Florida, where they are 29-point favorites, will not provide the volume for Jacob Copeland to get over 3.5 receptions.
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