Week 10 CFB Player Props Primer

This week, Draft Kings trotted out Kedon Slovis at O/U 293.5 Passing Yards and had it bet into oblivion within a half hour, causing it to be pulled down. It was reminiscent of last week’s Emory Jones debacle where they put him up at 198.5 Pass Yards despite Anthony Richardson drawing the start. King Doerue was another gift at 49.5 Rush Yards with Zander Horvath looking ready to take on a bigger workload this week in his return from injury.

Moral of the story – The early bird gets the worm when it comes to CFB player props.

Take Notice, and be ready to hop on the low hanging fruit on Friday afternoon. Onto this week’s slate:

Dennis Grosel O/U 173.5 Passing Yards (FanDuel)

Rumors are swirling that Phil Jurkoved could be back from his hand injury. Regardless, Grosel was so terrible last week against Syracuse that he got pulled for freshman Emmett Moorehead after going 9-for-17 for 93 passing yards and a 28.3 QBR. For his part, Moorehead wasn’t great either, completing 6-of-15 passes for 87 yards, but he has youth on his side and if BC’s sluggish offense continues to underperform under Grosel against Virginia Tech (HINT: He 100% will) then expect to see Moorehead again.

The Hokies have a very solid against the pass as well, ranking 36th in overall pass defense and allow just 6.8 Yards Per Pass Attempt (37th) according to CFB Winning Edge’s analytics, in addition to rating 21st in passing success rate against. The only issue is going to be making sure Grosel actually gets a snap, because if he does this bet is a lock. Grosel UNDER 173.5 is my Play of the Week.

Tyrion Davis-Price O/U 58.5 Rush Yards (Draft Kings)

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