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Week four Pac-12 fantasy recap: Anu Solomon Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week

Solomon ripped off 48 points against Cal, most of them in the fourth quarter.

Christian Petersen

Pac-12 Fantasy Player of the Week - Anu Solomon QB Arizona

It was a huge week for quarterbacks with the fireworks that Arizona, Cal, Oregon and Washington State put up, but Solomon bested everyone with 48 points. Think about what he would have done had he not thrown those two interceptions.

Surprise of the Week - Keanon Lowe WR Oregon

Lowe is a solid starter for the Ducks so not a huge surprise, but 22 points is still a huge outing for him, especially considering that Devon Allen also put up 24.

Disappointment of the Week - Any Oregon running back

The Ducks used to be the nation's best running team but slowly are becoming a pass-first team even though they have three talented running backs, each of whom failed to put up many points against a highly suspect Cougar run defense.

Start him this week - Mike Bercovici QB Arizona State

It sounds like Taylor Kelly won't be playing Thursday and Bercovici will be getting the start. Don't expect him to blow up UCLA's defense, but he should be a decent start with Marcus Mariota and Anu Solomon on bye weeks and Cyler Miles taking on Stanford.

Sit him this week - Anyone on Washington

The Husky offense has been inconsistent against horrible competition so I don't imagine them doing much against the best defense in the Pac-12. If you can afford to sit any Huskies, I would recommend it.

2014 Top 10 Pac-12 Fantasy Scorers to date

1. Connor Halliday QB Washington State - 152

2. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon - 145

3. Anu Solomon QB Arizona - 136

4. D.J. Foster RB Arizona State - 97

5. Sefo Liufau QB Colorado - 93

6. Nelson Spruce WR Colorado - 92

7. Jared Goff QB Cal - 83

8. Cayleb Jones WR Arizona - 82

9. Taylor Kelly QB Arizona State - 80

10. Cody Kessler QB USC - 80