2023 College Football Week 10 Streamers

by Corey Pieper
2023 College Football Week 10 Streamers

The season has flown by and we are already at the last regular season week of the college fantasy football season! Hopefully,  all of your teams still have playoff aspirations. If you have playoff aspirations, you likely have a strong core of options that you are relying on each week. Sadly, injuries still can occur at any time as Ashton Jeanty and Braelon Allen know all too well. Continue to read the 2023 weekly college football streamers article to build depth for your fantasy team as we get to Week 10.

If you're preparing for a playoff run, also look ahead to your players who may still have upcoming bye weeks. Teams that still have bye weeks in the playoffs are Notre Dame, Jacksonville State, Army, Vanderbilt, Massachusetts, Louisiana Tech, and USC. Depending on the depth of the league, you may have players on any of those teams. However, no matter the size of your league, I know people are relying on Notre Dame and USC players. Have a plan for the next few weeks.

Step one of that plan should be reading the weekly streamers article on Fantasy Six Pack!

2023 College Football Week 10 Streamers

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Chandler Rogers, QB, North Texas Mean Green

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Doing this article this season has made me realize that the streaming options fluctuate a lot from week to week. Some weeks, finding a quarterback to recommend has been a challenge. Other weeks, it is hard to limit it to just one selection. Luckily, if you need a streaming quarterback in week 10, it's a week where choosing just one was difficult.

Good streaming quarterback options under 30% rostered this week include Jordan McCloud (James Madison Dukes), Garret Greene (West Virginia Mountaineers), and Zeon Chriss (Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns). The actual recommendation this week is North Texas quarterback Chandler Rogers. Considering that Rogers is in the top 25 in total points for quarterbacks, it is surprising to see him be available in so many leagues.

If you take away the first game of the season where Rogers split time with Stone Earle, Rogers has been as consistent as anyone the rest of the season. Besides week one, Rogers has scored at least 26 points weekly. He actually had his best game of the season this past week against Memphis. In that game, Rogers threw for 411 yards and five touchdowns!

The next matchup for the Mean Green is the UTSA Roadrunners. The Roadrunners have struggled against the pass this season with a current ranking of 91st in the nation. I expect another 30-point effort from Rogers this upcoming weekend.

Terion Stewart, RB, Bowling Green Falcons

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After a slow start to the season, Terion Stewart started to excel since the Falcons reached conference play. Over the first three games of the season, Stewart received 20 carries for 108 yards and two touchdowns. While productive on a per-carry basis, he wasn't getting enough volume to be usable in college fantasy football leagues.

Then, everything changed once MAC play began for the Falcons. Over the last five games, Stewart has averaged 18 carries for 112 rushing yards and a touchdown. Stewart won't offer much as a receiver as he has only one reception all season. But consistent rushing production is still what I look for most in running backs.

If you're looking at a playoff run, Stewart is a great option to have. The remaining Bowling Green schedule includes Ball State, Kent State, Toledo, and Western Michigan. The only game I would be leery of starting Stewart is against Toledo, and even that is still not a terrible option. Feel free to start Stewart this week against a struggling Ball State defense.

Noah Smith, WR, Sam Houston State Bearkats

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In the previews I finished in early summer, Sam Houston State was the team I had the least conviction in giving a player recommendation. I just didn't know much about the Bearkats as they made the move from the FCS level to the FBS level. Box score scouting showed that they had struggled on offense last season. I overlooked wide receiver Noah Smith.

Smith is the type of receiver that I like to target as a streamer because he gets the ball in a variety of ways. The Bearkats actively look to get the ball to Smith as both a receiver and a runner. Smith has 20 carries this season which has added 80 yards and an additional two rushing touchdowns. As a receiver, Smith has a career-high 54 receptions for 466 receiving yards and four additional touchdowns.

What intrigues me as a streamer with Smith is the volume that he has received over the past month. Over the past five games, Smith has received 64 targets! When you're averaging almost 13 targets per game, I'm willing to play you in any matchup. However, this week the matchup is phenomenal with the FCS-level Kennesaw State Owls as the competition. Expect Smith to be the focal point of the Bearkats offensive plans again this weekend.

Oscar Delp, TE, Georgia Bulldogs

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Star tight end Brock Bowers is missing the rest of the season with an ankle injury. It's a sad ending to an incredible collegiate career. Even with the ankle injury, I expect to hear his name called very early next April during the NFL Draft.

Programs like Georgia have absurd amounts of depth, especially at the skill positions. Oscar Delp was expected to be the heir apparent to Bowers next season, but we're getting an early preview now. So far the returns have shown that he will be a capable replacement going forward.

I waited a few weeks after the injury to see how the Bulldogs would utilize Delp. He is not going to have the monster games that Bowers had, but he is also going to get the ball a few times per game. If you struggling with tight end this week, and want to know that you won't get a goose egg (looking at you Cade Stover),  go with Delp.

North Carolina Tar Heels DST

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This may seem like a strange selection given the recent defensive performances of the Tar Heels. Depending on your scoring system, there is a chance that North Carolina finished with negative points last week against Georgia Tech. The last three weeks the North Carolina defense has allowed 46, 31, and 31 points. That likely doesn't sound like a defense you want to start.

The reason that I am recommending North Carolina this week is their opponent. This week North Carolina takes on the Campbell Fighting Camels. The Fighting Camels are an FCS-level school that is currently 3-3 at that level. They have yet to play an FBS opponent this season.

Last season, they played one FBS opponent in East Carolina. In that game, East Carolina was victorious 49-10. Looking back a year can be a dangerous proposition, but I feel confident saying that North Carolina has a substantially more talented roster than the Campbell football team. I will be playing the Tar Heels in a few spots this weekend.

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