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Big Ten Conference Report – Nov. 19
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GAME OF THE WEEK
Wisconsin (-9.5) @ Iowa – 2:30 PM CST
The Badgers – along with the Buckeyes – are playing their best football right now. There’s not much left to say about the performance of Melvin Gordon last week. He rushed for an FBS-record 408 yards along with 4 TD in just three quarters of work in Wisconsin’s blowout win over Nebraska. He absolutely couldn’t be stopped it will go down as one of the most memorable performances in Badgers history. Gordon got most of the publicity, but it’s hard to overlook the impact that the defense has had for Wisconsin this season. They held the Huskers to just 180 total yards and 11 first downs and currently rank as the top overall defense in YPG allowed, 3rd against the pass, 5th against the rush, and 3rd in scoring defense. With the Badgers’ blend of unstoppable rushing attack and stingy defense, they’re a serious threat to come out atop the B1G West and present a major challenge to OSU in the B1G Championship. Before that happens, however, Wisconsin will have to take care of business in a tricky road game at Iowa this Saturday. Iowa returns home after back-to-back roadies, the latest of which was a 30-14 win at Illinois. It was a dominant performance all around as the Hawkeyes notched 587 total yards and 26 first downs while holding Illinois to just 235 total yards and 12 first downs. It was encouraging for Iowa that QB’s Rudock and Beathard combined to complete 17-of-24 passes for 283 yards with 3 TD and 0 INT while the rushing attack notched 304 yards on 55 carries (5.5 YPC). It’s concerning for Iowa that a team they played two weeks ago (Minnesota) has a very similar approach as Wisconsin, and the Hawkeyes were completely dominated by the Gophers. [KEEP READING...]
ASA’s NFL Daily Fantasy Picks
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Our NFL fantasy rankings are built from a number of factors. Depending on the website you’re using, our projections will almost always accurately represent where the player will be priced. Price is a factor, along with: site of the game, weather, Vegas’ spread & total, defensive opponent & scheme, recent performance & consistency trends, recent matchups against opponent, injury updates, and situation analysis.
Onto this weekend’s selections…
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Andrew Luck – Colts
Despite the one-sided score last week against New England, Andrew Luck still put up nice numbers (303 yards, 2 TD). He now has 300+ passing yards in eight straight games and multiple TD passes in five straight games. With RB Bradshaw out for Indy, Expect Luck to throw 40-plus times yet again. He already has one dominant performance against the Jags this season (370 yards and 4 TD in Week Three) and we expect another big day from Luck on Sunday.
Mark Sanchez – Eagles
Sanchez is going to continue to put up solid numbers for this quarterback-friendly Philadelphia offense. He has 2 TD passes in each of the last three games and has tossed for 330+ in both of his starts. The Titans have been somewhat sound in facing opposing fantasy arms, but we’ll side with Sanchez seeing success as the Eagles return home after a blowout. [KEEP READING...]