|Daily Blog • September 9, 2010|
Last year I started a weekly blog that included my surprise fantasy picks for each week of the college football season. Each week I picked the players that were flying under the radar and I continued my weekly surprise fantasy picks last week with an exceptional 11-1 record (91.7%). To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.
My QB’s of the week are: Landry Jones, Oklahoma, Taylor Potts, Texas Tech, GJ Kinne, Tulsa and Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
Landry Jones, Oklahoma-Last week Jones had a “poor” outing throwing two interceptions and completed only 47.2% of his passes in the 31-24 win. This week I expect him to rebound against a Florida St defense that allowed 435 ypg a year ago and my computer predicts 353 yds passing for the Sooners as they should play with something to prove this week.
Taylor Potts, Texas Tech-Last week Potts completed 34 of 53 passes (64.2%) for 359 yards and 4 TD’s. This week he goes up against a New Mexico defense that allowed 72 points and 720 yards a game. Nuff said!
GJ Kinne, Tulsa-Last week Kinne threw for 399 yds and 5 TD's in the heartbreaking loss to East Carolina. this week he takes on a Bowling Green team that also suffered a heartbreaking loss. Tulsa is my most improved team and I think they rebound with a big win this week as Kinne puts up big numbers again.
Colin Kaepernick, Nevada-Last year Kaepernick struggled as he rushed for just 24 yds and the Wolfpack had 5 TO's in the 35-20 loss to Colorado St. This year expect Kaepernick to have a huge game especially rushing as the Rams DL was decimated by injury in the offseason.
Top Honorable Mention:
Jarrod Johnson, Texas A&M-The Aggie offense is loaded and got the season started with 33 FD's and 539 yds of offense vs Stephen F Austin as Johnson completed 28 of 40 for 322 yds and 2 TD's. This week my computer projects 537 yds of offense including 333 passing yds against my #70 defense.
Case Keenum, Houston-Keenum completed 51 of 76 passes for 536 yds and 5 TD's in last year's 58-41 loss to UTEP. This year I expect Keenum to put up big numbers again and this time get the victory.
Dominique Davis, East Carolina-Davis was exceptional in the opener with 383 yds and 5 TD's including a 33 yd Hail Mary TD pass. This week he takes on a Memphis defense that allowed 567 yds in the opener.
Ryan Mallett, Arkansas-Last week Mallett threw for 301 yds and 3 TD's and this week he could have even bigger numbers as he goes up against a ULM defense that returns just 4 starters and did not play last week. My computer projects 398 yds passing for the Razorbacks so clearly I feel Mallett with have his second straight big week.
My RB’s of the week are: John Clay, Wisconsin, DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma and Lance Dunbar, North Texas
John Clay, Wisconsin-Clay came thru for me last week with a 100 yd plus performance and this week the powerful Wisconsin rush attack goes up against a San Jose St DL that averages just 264 lbs and allowed 6.1 ypc a year ago (#119 in NCAA). I look for Clay to get his 2nd straight 100 yd game.
DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma-Murray was another big win for me last week as he rushed for 210 yds and 2 TD's. This week he goes up against a FSU defense that gave up 435 ypg last year and the Sooners will be looking to make a statement to atone for their performance last week.
Lance Dunbar, North Texas-Dunbar ran for 1,378 yds last year and he will be facing a Rice defense that lost two of its key DL starters in fall camp. North Texas actually outgained Clemson last week as Dunbar ran for 116 yds. I expect even bigger numbers for Dunbar this week.
Top Honorable Mention:
Joe Martinek, Rutgers-Martinek had 100+ yds last year vs FIU and my computer projects 200+ rush yds for the Knights this weel. Martinek had 109 yds last week and while FIU will be fired up to host a BCS team, I think Martinek should top the 100 yd mark for the 2nd week in a row.
Daniel Thomas, Kansas St-Thomas had a huge game last week with 200+ yds rushing against UCLA. This week the Wildcats take on Missouri St and my computer projects 257 yds rushing. Look for Thomas to easily get 100+ yds before he rests late.
WIDE RECEIVERS (Including TE's):
My WR’s of the week are: Michael Floyd, Notre Dame, Virgil Green, Nevada and DeMarco Sampson, San Diego St
Michael Floyd, Notre Dame: Even though Floyd disappointed me a bit last week with the fumble as he was heading towards the end zone, he did display great blocking down the field on big runs. This week I expect Kelly and QB Crist to dial up Floyd more often against a Wolverine secondary that has several players injured.
TE Virgil Green, Nevada-Last week Green had 144 yds (20.6) and 2 TD's and was named the Mackey TE of the week. This week he goes up against a Colorado St defense that lost both DE's in the offseason. Without a solid jam at the line of scrimmage Green should have another big day.
DeMarco Sampson, San Diego St-Last year Sampson and the Aztec offense struggled against New Mexico St despite the 34-17 win as Sampson had just 2 rec for 34 yds. Last week Sampson exploded for 179 yds (25.6) and 2 TD's and will have a game under belt advantage vs a New Mexico St defense that lost their top player in FS Hatchett this past offseason.
Top Honorable Mentions:
Greg Salas, Hawaii-Last year Salas caught 106 passes for 1,590 yds (15.0) and last week he got off to great start with 124 yds (15.5) vs a USC defense. This week he takes on an Army defense as my computer projects 308 yds passing for the Warriors. If that happens Salas will have another 100+ yd performance.
Damaris Johnson, Tulsa-Last week I called for 200+ all-purpose yds for Johnson and he delivered with 243! This week he faces an inexperienced BG defense and I expect last year's top all-purpose man to have 200+ for the second week in a row.
Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma-Broyles had 142 yds and 2 TD's last week vs Utah St and is part of a 3-headed monster (incl QB Jones and RB Murray) for the Sooners at the skill positions. I may sound like a broken record here but my computer projects 550 yds of offense against the Seminoles and if that happens all three of them will have big games.
Marquess Wilson, Washington St-Who? Wilson in his very first game last week vs Oklahoma St had 108 yds and a TD and this week he goes up against FCS Montana St. I think the game will be close and the Cougars will need another big performance from Wilson if they expect to get a victory.
Juron Criner, Arizona-Last week Criner had 11 catches for 187 yds and a TD vs Toledo. This week the Wildcats have their home opener against The Citadel and Criner should have another 100+ yd performance again.
My Top Defenses of the Week: Wisconsin and USC
Wisconsin vs San Jose St-This will be the 2nd of back-to-back long trips for San Jose St to play another Top 15 BCS team. My computer projects just 170 total yards and the Spartans may focus on keeping their key players healthy for the more winnable games later in the season.
USC vs Virginia-How can I pick a defense that gave up 588 yards a week ago? Call it a hunch, but I think the talented Trojan D will come out motivated in Lane Kiffin’s home opener after being embarrassed defensively a week ago. My computer projects just 245 total yards for the Cavs who have to travel across the country playing a late kickoff (10:00 EST). Virginia also has a new coaching staff with new schemes on both sides of the ball and will struggle in the first road game.
Top Honorable Mentions:
Iowa vs Iowa St-Iowa has held their in-state rival Cyclones out of the endzone in the last three games (14Q’s). Last week the Hawkeyes held Eastern Illinois to just 157 yards and their lone TD they gave up came after a 36 yd run on a fake punt. Iowa St was impressive in their win against Northern Illinois last week as QB Arnaud had 310 total yards but threw 2 int. Last year Arnaud threw 4 int against the Hawkeyes and this year expect more of the same as my computer projects just 275 total yards for the Cyclones.
Ohio St vs Miami-While Miami is certainly talented at several positions on offense, their O-line is the biggest ? mark and they will be going against one of the top defensive lines in the country. My computer agrees as it has the Hurricanes with just 54 yards rushing and just 267 total yards. If the Ohio St defense holds them anywhere near those numbers, the Buckeyes should win and their defense will have one of the top performances of the week.
TCU vs Tennessee Tech-The Horned Frogs have one of the top defenses in the country and held Oregon St last week to just 270 yds. HC Patterson is not afraid to put the hammer down on weaker opponents (avg score of 38-12 LY) and my computer projects just one point and 60 total yards for the Golden Eagles.
Upset of the Week: Last Week Winner with Maryland!
Hawaii over Army
Hawaii defeated Army 59-28 in 2003 in Honolulu in their only meeting. Hawaii outgained (588-524), outFD’d (31-25), had the TOP edge (32:07-27:53) and won the TO battle vs USC in the opener. Hawaii QB Bryant Moniz passed for 269 yds (50%) with a 1-0 ratio before being knocked with a slight concussion and WR Kealoha Pilares had 5 rec (35.2 ypc!) for a career-high 176 yds and 3 TD as 3 different WR’s broke the 100 yd barrier. Army won the TO battle 3-1 and FB Jared Hassin rushed for 68 yds and scored 3 TD (including game-winning TD with :38 left) to lead Army to a 31-27 win over Eastern Michigan. HC Rich Ellerson is a Hawaii alum (3 coaching stints also) and the Warriors are making their first trip to the “Empire State” embarking on their furthest trip East in school history. This is a matchup of two completely different offenses with the Run-&-Shoot of UH (including new “pistol”) and the option of Army but look for the Warriors to come away with a close win.
A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 1 Rankings
It’s another we week in which the heavyweights look like they’ll come out and play. QB Case Keenum, QB Jerrod Johnson, QB Colin Kaepernick, etc should have their owners smiling by week’s end. Looking for a couple of sleepers? Check these guys out: QB Dan Persa (Northwestern), RB Duane Bennett (Minnesota), RB Andre Ellington/Jamie Harper (Clemson) and RB Ed Wesley (TCU). We also expect WR Michael Floyd to rebound this week against a beleaguered Michigan secondary. Good Luck!
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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 2
Sneaky Plays - Week 2
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com
With an interesting first week of the season in the books, it's time to look at the top Sneaky Plays for Week 2.
Dominique Davis QB East Carolina vs. Memphis:
Davis will probably be one of the hottest free agent pickups in many leagues this week after throwing for 383 yards and 5 scores in his first start for ECU last week. With the pass heavy offense that ECU is running this season, Davis should be in line for some monster games. Expect a nice effort from Davis this week against a not so tough Memphis defense.
Taylor Martinez QB Nebraska vs. Idaho:
It appears that Martinez has won the starting QB job for the Huskers and showed off his talents in a big way in Week 1 by rushing for 127 yards and 3 scores while adding 136 yards through the air. He won’t light up the sky with his passing totals, but this kid can really run and should put up nice rushing totals on a weekly basis. He looks to be a very nice start against the Vandals of Idaho this week.
Darron Thomas QB Oregon vs. Tennessee:
After winning the starting job from Nate Costa before the season, Thomas did nothing to relinquish that position the first week. He posted 220 yards and 2 scores through the air and could have done much more damage had the game with New Mexico not been an early blowout. This week he should play all 4 quarters as the Ducks visit Rocky Top and the Volunteers. I’d expect to see a lot more out of Thomas this week and he should produce a nice stat line.
Matt Barkley QB USC vs. Virginia:
This guy looked amazing last week in a win over Hawaii and appears ready to be a solid fantasy contributor for the rest of the season. He threw for 257 yards and a whopping 5 TD passes and looked completely in charge of a potent Trojans offense. This week he takes on a Virginia team that will probably have a tough time containing Barkley and the USC passing offense. I could see another 250 yards and 3 or 4 scores out of Mr. Barkley in Week 2.?
Denard Robinson QB Michigan vs. Notre Dame:
Robinson blew up in Week 1 with a crazy stat line of 186 yards passing and 1 score and 197 yards rushing and a score. We just might have another Pat White on our hands and if he should be picked up in any league where he is still available. While he might not carry the ball 29 times this week, his rushing ability make him a very intriguing fantasy option this year and this week against Notre Dame.
Sean Renfree QB Duke vs. Wake Forest:
It appears that Duke will still be able to put up nice passing totals this year with Renfree under center as he threw for 350 yards and 2 scores in an opening week win over Elon. While the competition was not good, the fact that he looked sharp and has 2 quality wide out to throw to certainly point to a productive season for Renfree. He could be involved in a wide open affair this week against Wake Forest and could post something in the neighborhood of 250 yards and 2 or 3 scores.
Duane Bennett RB Minnesota vs. South Dakota:
Bennett had an impressive first week toting the rock 30 times for187 yards. He did not reach the end zone, but that could easily change this week against South Dakota. The Minnesota rushing attack should be on point this week and Bennett is a good bet to put up at least 100 yards and a score on the ground.
Montee Ball RB Wisconsin vs. San Jose State:
The backup to John Clay had a nice game in his own right last week rushing 16 times for 79 yards and 2 scores against UNLV. This week he gets the not so mighty San Jose State and should see plenty of carries again to be justified as a starter this week. I see no reason he can’t duplicate the numbers he put up in Week 1.
Joe Martinek RB Rutgers vs. Florida International:
“Jersey Joe” as he is known to the Rutgers faithful had a nice opening weekend rushing for 109 yards and a score on 20 carries. He figures to be used heavily again this week as the Scarlet Knights take on FIU. While he probably won’t explode for a huge game, he is more than capable of another 120 yard and 1 or 2 score effort this week.
Bilal Powell RB Louisville vs. Eastern Kentucky:
It was believed going into the season that Victor Anderson would be the lead back for Louisville, but Powell may have put an end to that notion after his Week 1 performance. He rumbled for 153 yards and a score of his 16 carries versus Kentucky and looks to be the #1 RB for the Cardinals. Powell should find his match up against Eastern Kentucky very enticing and so should fantasy owners in need of a fill in RB this week.
Dwayne Priest RB Eastern Michigan vs. Miami Ohio:
Most of the time it is not very wise to have any Eastern Michigan players on a fantasy roster, but Priest might change that this week. He had a very impressive first game in which he ran for 142 yards and 2 scores against Army. The important stat was the 26 carries he received, which bodes well for this week versus Miami Ohio. He could crack the 100 yard plateau again this week and possibly find pay dirt again also.
Andre Ellington/Jamie Harper RB Clemson vs. Presbyterian:
Both of these back went over 100 yards in the first week of the season and the likelihood of that happening is extremely high as Presbyterian comes to town in Week 2. Both should put up nice stats in a short period of game time.
Keenan Allen WR Cal vs. Colorado:
This stud freshman got his collegiate career off to a flying start by tallying 120 yards receiving and a score and also 38 yards rushing and a score. The kid looks to be the real deal and the coaches will probably try to get the ball in his hands early and often. He has a nice match up this week as Colorado comes to Berkley. Another impressive performance could be in the cards for this youngster in Week 2.
Conner Vernon WR Duke vs. Wake Forest:
Vernon started off the season with an impressive 10 catch effort that netted 129 yards. While Donovan Varner might be the bigger name, it looks like Vernon will be a big target in the underrated Duke passing game and could have some nice games throughout the season. I like him to get some work done this week against Wake Forest in what could be an entertaining game.
Lester Jean WR Florida Atlantic vs. Michigan State:
Jean showed his wares last week with his 9 catches for 164 yards and two score effort. The Spartans secondary will never be considered a shut down group, so Jean could find himself with a bunch of catches this week.
Greg Childs WR Arkansas vs. Louisiana Monroe:
Childs had a very disappointing game last week as he only tallied 4 catches for a measly 26 yards. With so many options in the Arkansas passing game, he will be hit or miss all year long. This week I think he is a hit and could easily breakout with 100 yards and a score. This is more of a gut play, but it could pay big dividends.
Collin Franklin TE Iowa State vs. Iowa:
Facing the Hawkeyes is not really fantasy friendly, but Franklin is coming off a 75 yard receiving effort and could be a nice safety valve for Austen Arnaud against a nasty Iowa defense. The TE group is very thin this year so what the heck.
Sneaky Play Defenses
UCONN vs. Texas Southern
Minnesota vs. South Dakota
Wisconsin vs. San Jose State
Pitt vs. New Hampshire
Missouri vs. McNeese State
Northern Illinois vs. North Dakota
Kansas State vs. Missouri State
Kentucky vs. Western Kentucky
Texas Tech vs. New Mexico
Arizona State vs. Northern Arizona
Arizona vs. Citadel
There you have it fellow fantasy owners, have a great week and always remember to have fun and enjoy the games!
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|QUARTERBACKS||RUNNING BACKS||WIDE RECEIVERS|
|1||Case Keenum||HOU||1||Kendall Hunter||OKST||1||Ryan Broyles||OKLA|
|2||Colin Kaepernick||NEV||2||Shane Vereen||CAL||2||Dwayne Harris||ECU|
|3||Dominique Davis||ECAR||3||Daniel Thomas||KANST||3||Ronald Johnson||USC|
|4||G.J. Kinne||TULSA||4||Lance Dunbar||NTEX||4||Jeff Fuller||TX A&M|
|5||David Isabelle||UAB||5||Ryan Williams||VTECH||5||James Cleveland||HOU|
|6||Kyle Padron||SMU||6||John Clay||WISC||6||Damaris Johnson||TULSA|
|7||Jerrod Johnson||TXA&M||7||DeMarco Murray||OKLA||7||Randall Cobb||KENT|
|8||Taylor Potts||TTECH||8||Christine Michael||TXA&M||8||Michael Floyd||ND|
|9||Ricky Dobbs||NAVY||9||Vai Taua||NEV||9||Vincent Brown||SDST|
|10||Christian Ponder||FSU||10||Derrick Locke||KNTKY||10||Aldrick Robinson||SMU|
|11||Andrew Luck||STAN||11||Bobby Rainey||WKENT||11||TJ Moe||MIZZU|
|12||Matt Barkley||USC||12||Bryce Beall||HOU||12||Mohamed Sanu||RUTG|
|13||Blaine Gabbert||MIZZU||13||Jordan Todman||CONN||13||Tyron Carrier||HOU|
|14||Austin Davis||SMISS||14||Noel Devine||WVU||14||Armon Binns||CINCY|
|15||Josh Nesbitt||GTECH||15||Trent Richardson||ALAB||15||Keith Smith||PURD|
|16||Terrelle Pryor||OHST||16||Montel Harris||BC||16||Greg Salas||HAW|
|17||Diondre Borel||UTST||17||Dion Lewis||PITT||17||Jonathan Baldwin||PITT|
|18||Robert Griffin||BAY||18||Andre Ellington||CLEM||18||Jerrel Jernigan||TROY|
|19||Ryan Lindley||SDST||19||Zac Line||SMU||19||DeAndre Brown||SMISS|
|20||Denard Robinson||MICH||20||Anthony Allen||GTECH||20||Lyle Leong||TTECH|
|21||Ryan Mallett||ARK||21||Chad Spann||NILL||21||Demarco Sampson||SDST|
|22||Russell Wilson||NCST||22||Montee Ball||WISC||22||Ryan Whalen||STAN|
|23||Tyler Russell||MISST||23||Duane Bennett||MINN||23||Jereme Brooks||UTAH|
|24||Jacory Harris||MIAFL||24||Jonathan Williams||ECAR||24||Armand Robinson||MIA-OH|
|25||Zach Collaros||CIN||25||Kenjon Barner||OREG||25||Detron Lewis||TTECH|
|26||Cameron Newton||AUB||26||Bernard Pierce||TEMP||26||DeVier Posey||OSU|
|27||Nick Foles||ARIZ||27||Dwayne Priest||EMICH||27||Donovan Varner||DUKE|
|28||Brandon Weeden||OKST||28||Donald Buckram||UTEP||28||Eric Page||TOL|
|29||Jake Locker||WASH||29||Mikel LeShoure||ILLIN||29||Patrick Edwards||HOU|
|30||Austin Dantin||TOLED||30||LaMichael James||OREG||30||Lance Lewis||ECU|
|31||Stephen Garcia||SCAR||31||Jewel Hampton||IOWA||31||Justin Blackmon||OKST|
|32||Alex Carder||WMICH||32||Edwin Baker||MCHST||32||Chad Bumphis||MISSST|
|33||John Brantley||FLA||33||Michael Dyer||AUB||33||Alshon Jeffery||SCAR|
|34||Landry Jones||OKLA||34||Ed Wesley||TCU||34||Greg Childs||ARK|
|35||Dan Persa||NW||35||Tre Newton||TEXAS||35||Jerrel Jackson||MIZZU|
|36||Zac Dysert||MIAOH||36||Bilal Powell||LOUIS||36||Darvin Adams||AUB|
|37||Garrett Gilbert||TEXAS||37||Cameron Marshall||AZST||37||Joe Adams||ARK|
|38||Robert Marve||PURD||38||Marcus Curry||NAVY||38||Rodney Bradley||HAW|
|39||Darron Thomas||OREG||39||Jared Hassin||ARMY||39||Russell Shepard||LSU|
|40||Aaron Murray||GEORG||40||Nic Grigsby||ARIZ||40||Cole Beasley||SMU|
|41||Dayne Crist||ND||41||Jamie Harper||CLEM||41||Chris Owusu||STAN|
|42||Kirk Cousins||MCHST||42||Joe Martinek||RUTG||42||Scotty McKnight||COLO|
|43||Mike Hartline||KNTKY||43||Willie Geter||BG||43||Marcus Rivers||BUFF|
|44||Taylor Martinez||NEB||44||Chris Polk||WASH||44||Lester Jean||FAU|
|45||Kevin Riley||CAL||45||JJ Di Luigi||BYU||45||Leo. Hankerson||MIAMI|
|46||Jordan Wynn||UTAH||46||Davin Meggett||MARY||46||Jermaine Kearse||WASH|
|47||Geno Smith||WVU||47||Roy Helu||NEB||47||Phillip Livas||LTECH|
|48||Steven Threet||AZST||48||Aaron Winchester||WMICH||48||Darius Johnson||SMU|
|49||Riley Nelson||BYU||49||Le'Von Bell||MCHST||49||Conner Vernon||DUKE|
|50||Sean Renfree||DUKE||50||Mario Fannin||AUB||50||Kealoha Pilares||HAW|
|1||Ladarius Green||LALAF||1||Alex Henery||NEB||1||TCU|
|2||Justin Jones||ECU||2||Blair Walsh||GEO||2||Iowa|
|3||Michael Egnew||MIZZU||3||Philip Welch||WISC||3||Nebraska|
|4||Lance Kendricks||WISC||4||Grant Ressel||MIZZU||4||Virginia Tech|
|5||Kyle Rudolph||ND||5||Nate Whitaker||STAN||5||Rutgers|
|6||DJ Williams||ARK||6||Kai Forbath||UCLA||6||Pitt|
|7||Omarius Hines||FLOR||7||Kevin Fitzpatrick||TULSA||7||Arizona|
|8||Daniel Hardy||IDAHO||8||Dan Hutchins||PITT||8||Texas|
|9||George Bryan||NCST||9||Caleb Sturgis||FLOR||9||Connecticut|
|10||Virgil Green||NEV||10||Wes Byrum||AUB||10||West Virginia|
|11||Drake Dunsmore||NW||11||Eric Folk||WASH||11||Alabama|
|12||Orson Charles||GEO||12||Erik Soderberg||AFA||12||Boston College|
|13||Mike McNeill||NEB||13||Dan Bailey||OKST||13||Wisconsin|
|14||Vance McDonald||RICE||14||Matt Weller||OHIO||14||Florida|
|15||Lee Smith||MARSH||15||Matt Hogan||HOU||15||Texas Tech|
|16||Rob Housler||FAU||16||Kevin Goessling||FRESNO||16||Minnesota|
|17||Brandon Barden||VANDY||17||Randy Bullock||TEXAM||17||Kentucky|
|18||Marcus Green||MISS ST||18||Richard Jackson||CLEM||18||Clemson|
|19||Dwayne Allen||CLEM||19||San San Te||RUTG||19||Arizona State|
|20||Blake Hammond||WMU||20||Joe Phillips||UTAH||20||Navy|
|21||Luke Stocker||TENN||21||Tyler Bitancourt||WVU||21||Ohio State|
|22||Jeffrey Anderson||UAB||22||Justin Tucker||TEXAS||22||Kansas State|
|23||Jack Doyle||WKU||23||Stefan Demos||NW||23||Northwestern|
|24||DC Jefferson||RUTG||24||Matt Bosher||MIAMI||24||Illnois|
|25||Charlie Gantt||MICH ST||25||Eric Solis||OREG||25||Northern Illinois|
|For complete college fantasy football player rankings and statistical projections, visit the CFG Big Board.|
|Scoring System Used for CFG Rankings:|
|4 points per passing touchdown|
|6 points per rushing/receiving touchdown|
|25 passing yards = 1 point|
|10 rushing/receiving yards = 1 point|
|1 interception = -2 point|
|1 reception = 0.5 points|