Thursday, September 20, 2007

Week 4 Spotlight

Suiting Up this week for Charlie Weis' Stomach Staples:

Graham Harrell- The 2nd most prolific QB playing in the best offense in the nation. Mike Leach has engineered another great scoring offense that racks up huge numbers weekly. Harrell leads the nation in passing yards and TDs. A no-brainer against a porous Oklahoma St. defense.

Matt Stafford- Mark Richt teams always play well on the road in the SEC. Stafford is not going to make mistakes and that will help this Georgia team out. Stafford only has 1 INT on the year. He should be able to put up some good numbers, even on the road.

PJ Hill- One of the top rushers playing against a team that just lost to Iowa St. is a recipe for a big fantasy weekend. Hill has 400 yards and 6 TDs on the year. Wisconsin is going to lean heavily on him as they rack up yards against the Hawkeyes.

Ken Lattimore- One of the leading rushers in the ACC. He has already scored 6 TDs and 300 yards. Lattimore really makes this offense go. Wake has been a disspointing team thus far this year after winning the ACC last year. They won't be able to slow down Lattimore much

Michael Crabtree- The top WR in the country, leading in yards and TDs. Crabtree will catch about 10 balls against the weak Cowboy defense. It is hard to argue with production.

DJ Hall- 300 yards receiving and 2 TDs have made Hall a go to guy in the SEC. Hall leads the Alabama passing attack, with kid genius Major Applewhite calling the plays. The former QB, now offensive Coordinator, will get the ball into Hall's hands early and often.

Arkansas- Felix Jones and Darren McFadden are the best RB combo in the nation. Kentucky is not known for their defense. The game will be a shootout with Arkansas racking up close to 300 yards rushing.

LSU- Best Defense in the nation. Period. South Carolina and the "Ol' Ball Coach" will try to bring it, but LSU, at home, will clamp down and hold the Gamecocks to less than 2 TDs.

#20 Texas A&M (3-0) at. Miami (FL) (2-1)
#12 South Carolina (3-0) at. #2 LSU (3-0)
Iowa (2-1) at. #9 Wisconsin (3-0)
#22 Georgia (2-1) at. #16 Alabama (3-0)
#21 Kentucky (3-0) at. Arkansas (1-1)
Maryland (2-1) at. Wake Forest (1-2)
Texas Tech (3-0) at. Oklahoma State (1-2)
Connecticut (3-0) at. Pittsburgh (2-1)
Oregon State (2-1) at. Arizona State (3-0)
Washington (2-1) at. UCLA (2-1)

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