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Team unit breakdown for Week 3 Which offensive units are the ones to target for Week 3? Chris Bennett helps break it down.
Ultimately, it's another week with virtually too many matchups worth exploiting, and every mismatch comes with the caveat that things can get out of hand quickly, and thus wreck any trend you think you're playing. Sifting through a schedule with very few matchups of Top 25 schools, it's a certainly a time to play a hunch or a hot unit while waiting for conference play to set its course.
Rushing attacks appear set for huge weeks across the nation, and passing attacks are ready to go off west of the Rockies. If you're looking for some high-scoring, late-night football, Week 3 has plenty to offer.
Running back Branden Oliver has been one of the biggest fantasy disappointments both this year and in after posting a Unit 3 breakdown 1,yard season as a sophomore. His struggles in have been solely related to the opponent, as the Bulls fell behind early to Ohio State and Baylor.
A matchup with Stony Brook is just what the doctor ordered to right the ship. Players like Oliver, provided they stay healthy, always get their numbers by season's end. Games like this are how. The Longhorns allowed yards rushing last week to BYU, and subsequently fired their defensive coordinator.
Ole Miss averaged just 2. Something has to give. Bowling Green at Indiana: Running back Travis Greene has jumped right into the fold as he replaced Anthon Samuel, totally yards on 46 carries through two games.
Indiana was gashed for yards last week against Navy's triple option, but still surrendered yards in Week 1 to Indiana State. This seems like an appropriate week to remind fantasy owners that our armed forces play football. And most of them don't like the forward pass.
The Midshipmen rushed for yards last week, and should hit this week against the Blue Hens because that's what they do.
You lose a little upside due to the quarterback's yardage, but not enough to worry this week. Air Force at Boise State: Air Force isn't well versed in the forward pass, and the Broncos defense has surprisingly struggled against the run, allowing yards and four scores through two games.
The Blue Raiders may possess one of the more underrated offenses in the country. Turnovers and stalling inside the red zone cost them last weekend at North Carolina, but they still amassed yards on the ground while playing most of the game from behind.
In their season opener, MTSU ran for and four scores, and this week's tilt with Memphis should offer at least the average of those two. Perhaps lost in the hoopla of this match is how terrible the Aggies rush defense is.
Alabama didn't show well in the season opener against Virginia Tech, but expect them to pound out chunks at a time and keep the Aggies potent offense on the sidelines. Last week, Eastern Michigan allowed a struggling Penn State rushing attack to gain yards and score five touchdowns.
In Week 1, the Eagles allowed Howard to go for yards on the ground. We don't know much about Rutgers' intentions after playing just one game, which became a shootout at Fresno State, but look for the Scarlet Knights to be the latest team to exploit this defense, and expect to see Eastern Michigan opponents often in this column.
Facing Louisiana-Lafayette and Samford through two weeks, Arkansas rushed times, totaling yards. Freshman Alex Collins yards looks like a star, and Jonathan Williams yards is no slouch either.
Against another inferior defense Southern Miss ranks 82nd nationally in run defense, and gave up yards last week to Nebraska, expect the Razorbacks to continue resembling Bielema's old Wisconsin teams.
While it may not be wise to lead off the wide-receiving units with a hunch, the Mike Leach air raid simply has to right its ship against Southern Utah.
The Cougars have been a fantasy nightmare since Leach arrived, possessing countless talented receiving options, and marginal results. Quarterback Connor Halliday has yards through two games, but just one touchdown and five interceptions.
The thinking is that ratio is closer to even come Sunday morning. Quarterback Travis Wilson appears to be one of the budding starts early in his sophomore campaign, completing 66 percent of his passes for yards and five touchdowns.
The receiving corps is led by Sean Fitzgeraldbut features three receivers who've already topped the century mark on the young season. A Beavers defense comes to town ranked th against the pass, allowing yards per contest.
Mississippi State at Auburn: Auburn's defense has simply been awful, allowing and yards through the air to Washington State and Arkansas State respectively.Session 1 'Like' for preference and description.
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