Michigan's breakout RB De'Veon Smith headlines this weeks DraftKings lineup
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Looking back on the cash game skin from Week 2, here are some quick notes:
QB – Losing Malik Zaire (ND) to a broken ankle halted a solid performance in its tracks (17.3) but provided value nonetheless. Brandon Harris (LSU) easily executed the most frustrating game within this roster (7.64), but penalties reversed a few important plays that would have made his low salary selection entirely justified.
RB – The major addition to this group was C.J. Prosise (ND), as he topped the collection with impressive results (29.5). Kenneth Farrow (UH) continued his reliable play (15.9) at a reasonable salary. Christian McCaffrey (STA) provided the TD sought after in Week 1 (21.7) and Rodney Smith (MIN) capped off the running back group as a rousing success (14.6).
WR – The Buckeyes kept a low profile concerning a lingering injury to Braxton Miller (OSU) in the Hawaii game (extremely common in college football) and led to his limited usage (9.3). Despite Miller not showing up, Aaron Burbridge (MSU) properly punished the Oregon Ducks (27.1) and De’Runnya Wilson (MSST) provided a mirror image of the production offered last season against LSU (22.6).
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