College Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Second Glance in Week 7

Joe at CollegeFootballGeek.comCorrespondent IOctober 14, 2010

On Sunday Joe Arpasi took a look at some possible waiver wire additions (click here).  After further studying the stats from the weekend, today we take another look at some more wire consid0erations or guys to at least put on your radar moving forward.

Waiver Wire Grab Bag – Week 7 Second Glance


QB Corey Robinson, Troy
Troy has been good to fantasy owners in past years and this season looks to be no different.  Robinson is coming off a nice outing against Middle Tennessee and the road will get easier from here on out with some tasty Sun Belt match ups.

QB Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois
Harnish is a dual threat who has been remarkably consistent of late.  He's another guy that has a nice slate ahead.

QB Nick Foles, Arizona
This is our weekly "start the guy against Washington State" play. 

QB Ryan Radcliff, Central Michigan
Radcliff is no Dan LeFevour, but he has shown flashes of brilliance.  He should be a good option against Miami (OH) this weekend.

QB David Piland, Houston
Piland has seemingly supplanted Terrance Broadway as the Houston starter.  The freshman will make his share of mistakes, but he should be throwing it often (57 pass attempts last game). For that reason alone, he's worth fantasy consideration.


RB Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati
Pead fell off the fantasy radar early in the season, but he has had a resurgence in his last two games (366 yards).  And Louisville is up next.

RB Daniel Herron, Ohio State
It looks like Herron has overtaken Brandon Saine in the OSU backfield.  He's not flashy, but he does produce.

RB Eric Williams, Ball State
If you're desperate for RB help this week, Williams could be of service as his Ball State squad faces a terrible Eastern Michigan.  He should be good for 15+ fantasy points.


WR Cole Beasley, SMU
June Jones' passing machine is starting to heat up.  Beasley posted 20 and 19 fantasy points the past two weeks.

WR Alex Torres, Texas Tech
After being banged up early in the year, Torres is back in the fold in the Red Raiders' passing game.  He posted a 7-87-2 stat line on Saturday.

WR Josh Gordon, Baylor
Gordon had a brush with the law last week, but he was still on the field and put up a nice 5-95-1 effort.  He has now scored in four straight games.

WR Theo Riddick, Notre Dame
Riddick has nearly matched Michael Floyd's fantasy numbers this season.  He's caught 33 balls over the past four games.  And with Western MIchigan, Navy, and Tulsa up next, he should continue his hot streak.


TE Jack Doyle, Western Kentucky
In his past two games, Doyle has 10 catches for 131 yards and 2 scores.  The Sun Belt schedule awaits.

TE Eric Lair, Minnesota
Lair has had three productive outings in a row (13, 21, 10 fantasy points).  He should see plenty of opportunities this week at Purdue.

TE Collin Franklin, Iowa State
Franklin's stats mirror Doyle's (above) over the past two weeks:  10 catches, 127 yards, 2 scores. Oklahoma and Texas are up next, which might limit his red zone chances, but he still should produce in the 50-60 yard range.

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