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RotoExperts Staff September 26, 2013 2:30PM EST
Florida State's Jameis Winston has been a pleasant surprise. Photo Credit: Willy Cypress

Florida State's Jameis Winston has been a pleasant surprise. Photo Credit: Willy Cypress

We’re back to a solid slate of games after a couple of weeks with very few prime matchups. It’s a double-edged sword, however. While the excitement of good games is entertaining from a viewership prospective, those lopsided scores and huge stat lines for Fantasy players might be a thing of the past.

There are a few big-time performers, though, but now you’ll need to watch the matchups a lot more closely. For instance, Georgia’s Aaron Murray and LSU’s Zach Mettenberger are good performers, but their teams face each other in what could be a defensive battle. USC and Arizona State also lock horns in what could be more of a defensive struggle than what the Sun Devils have been used to. Even Ohio State and Wisconsin now face each other, and the big numbers could be curtailed significantly. The good news is that your Fantasy opponent faces the same obstacles.

I’ll be keeping a close eye on some games near to my home. East Carolina and North Carolina has the chance to be entertaining, and don’t sleep on the Troy-Duke game. The Blue Devils were involved in a 58-55 barn burner with Pittsburgh last week. That defense had a hard time stopping anyone, but the Duke offense is underrated, especially WR Jamison Crowder.

Dobish’s 2013 College Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings – Week 5

1. Marcus Mariota, Oregon 1. Duke Johnson, Miami (FL) 1. Brandin Cooks, Oregon State 1. Nick O’Leary, Florida State
2. Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M 2. De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon 2. Paul Richardson, Colorado 2. Eric Ebron, North Carolina
3. Tajh Boyd, Clemson 3. Tre Madden, Southern California 3. Deontay Greenberry, Houston 3. Connor Hamlett, Oregon State
4. Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois 4. Bishop Sankey, Washington 4. Mike Evans, Texas A&M 4. Chris Coyle, Arizona State
5. Jameis Winston, Florida State 5. Ryan Jackson, Houston 5. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt 5. Evan Engram, Mississippi
6. Sean Mannion, Oregon State 6. Jeremy Hill, LSU 6. Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh 6. Troy Niklas, Notre Dame
7. Tom Savage, Pittsburgh 7. Mike Davis, South Carolina 7. DaVaris Daniels, Oklahoma 7. Arthur Lynch, Georgia
8. Nathan Scheelhaase, Illinois 8. Mack Brown, Florida 8. Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest 8. Jake McGee, Virginia
9. Keith Price, Washington 9. Mark Weisman, Iowa 9. Jaelen Strong, Arizona State 9. Braxton Deaver, Duke
10. Nick Montana, Tulane 10. Terron Ward, Oregon State 10. Jamison Crowder, Duke 10. Clive Walford, Miami (FL)

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