Kenjon Barner's historic day outdoes Marqise Lee's and Matt Scott has worst performance in weeks.
Star of the Week
Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
Barner had a game for the ages against USC as he scored the most fantasy points any Pac-12 player has scored in one game this season with 64. He had a stat line like he was being controlled by a 12-year-old on an Xbox trying to win the Heisman with 321 yards rushing and 5 touchdowns.
Surprise of the Week
Josh Huff WR Oregon
Huff was supposed to be one of the better receivers in the conference this year and I drafted him fairly high in the Pacific Takes Pac-12 Fantasy Football League draft but dropped him a few weeks back as he struggled with injuries. Huff made my cut look foolish as he caught six passes for 125 yards and two touchdowns against USC.
Disappointment of the Week
Matt Scott QB Arizona
Scott is still the leading fantasy point scorer in the conference but his lead was severely cut after a 4 point performance against UCLA in which he only threw for 124 yards and zero touchdowns. Scott was likely battling a head injury, but still failed to do much of anything against the Bruins.
Pac-12 Top 10 Fantasy Point Scorers
1. Matt Scott QB Arizona 273 points
2. Matt Barkley QB USC 263 points
3. Brett Hundley QB UCLA 261 points
4. Kenjon Barner RB Oregon 260 points
5. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 246 points
6. Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State 222 points
7. Marqise Lee WR USC 200 points
8. Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona 198 points
9. Johnathan Franklin RB UCLA 189 points
10. Zach Maynard QB Cal 161 points
Start him this week
Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona
Arizona has a week off, I mean they play Colorado, so expect a big game from almost everyone on the Wildcats roster, but with Scott still probably shaking off an injury, expect to run the ball with Carey as much as possible.
Sit him this week
Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State
Kelly hasn't been playing well lately, and he will traveling to LA this week to play a Trojan defense that will probably be getting beat down all week and come out like hornets against an offense that isn't quite as powerful as Oregon's.