Fade Connor Cook in Week 3 DFS
Last week I told you can’t always take what you see from week one and expect the same results in Week 2. This week, I am going to tell you to still temper expectations from players who have put up big numbers thus far, but we begin to get a little more sense of how an offense operates as we get into weeks three, four and five. Ole Miss has averaged 74.5 points per game thus far, but I don’t expect them to hang a Deacon Jones (75) on Alabama this week.
This week I am still looking at where a certain style of offense can expose a defense that is susceptible to either a tough run game or solid pass game. I will look at the first two games and pay more attention to how often a quarterback threw the ball more than what his completion percentage was on those passes. I don’t completely discount how accurate he was or how many touchdowns he threw, but I tend to think if a coach has enough confidence in a player to use him a lot in the first two weeks, there’s a good chance he performs well this week.