DFS (daily fantasy sports) is becoming more popular each and every year. And every fall, when football is in full swing across America, is a great time to get in on the fun.

Underdog is one of the top DFS apps in the space, allowing users to play daily drafts, pick’em contests and more. For this football season, we’ll focus on the pick’em contests offered on the app, which include both college football and NFL players.

Our Saturday Football DFS experts, Andrew Olson and Adam Spencer, will share their favorite DFS college football and NFL plays every Friday so you can get in on the fun!

Ready to get started on Underdog? Check out our Underdog Fantasy Promo Code to land a first-time deposit match of up to $100 when you sign up!

UNDERDOG FANTASY

Live and legal in most US states.

PLAY NOW

Underdog Fantasy

Up to $250 Bonus Cash + Special Pick

PLAY NOW

Our Week 2 College Football Picks

Let’s start off in the college ranks, where there are several big games on the docket for Saturday. Here are the picks we like on Underdog for Week 2 CFB action:

Andrew Olson

Conner Weigman, Texas A&M: Higher than 1.5 passing TDs

I’m a Bobby Believer. Bobby Petrino has his issues, but offensive scheming is not one of them. Weigman showed last Saturday that he has the tools to turn Petrino’s Xs and Os into points on the scoreboard. Count me in for a couple of passing scores.

Evan Stewart, Texas A&M: Higher than 67.5 receiving yards

Stewart clearly has the NFL in his football future. A big game at Hard Rock Stadium, home of Miami’s Dolphins and Hurricanes, could be a preview of what’s to come, depending on where he lands at the next level. Weigman’s going to sling it Saturday, and Stewart is the leading playmaker in that receiving corps.

Isaiah Bond, Alabama: Higher than 40.5 receiving yards

Bond was not an instant impact freshman, but he’s stepping into a bigger role as a sophomore. He has some head-turning speed. Bond can turn any reception into a 50-yard play. I like him to get a big one against the Longhorns.

Adam Spencer

Jalen Milroe, Alabama: Higher than 50.5 rushing yards

Milroe combined for 5 touchdowns in Week 1 — 3 passing and 2 rushing. With Texas having a more talented secondary than Middle Tennessee, look for Milroe to rely on his legs more often than he did last weekend. I expect at least 60 yards rushing from the Alabama QB.

Xavier Worthy, Texas: Lower than 71.5 receiving yards

Worthy will be playing in the NFL soon enough, but so will Alabama CBs Kool-Aid McKinstry and Terrion Arnold. If McKinstry follows him around all day, Texas QB Quinn Ewers will have trouble getting the ball to his top receiver.

MarShawn Lloyd, USC: Higher than 57.5 rushing yards

Lloyd transferred to USC from USC (to Southern California from South Carolina, that is) this offseason. He ran for 76 yards against Nevada in Week 1 and had 59 yards on 2 catches as a receiver. He established himself as a top backfield option. Look for him to continue that dominance against an overmatched Stanford squad.

Our Week 1 NFL Picks

The NFL season started on Thursday night with Kansas City hosting Detroit. But Sunday is football day, and there’s a full slate of action for fans to watch!

Here are our favorite picks of the weekend:

Andrew Olson

Calvin Ridley, Jacksonville Jaguars: Higher than 62.5 receiving yards

Calvin Ridley has been itching to get back on the field after serving a year-long suspension. He can be the big-play man for Trevor Lawrence as the Jacksonville Jaguars look to get back to the playoffs. I’m riding with Ridley.

Anthony Richardson, Indianapolis Colts: Lower than 195.5 passing yards

Anthony Richardson is easy to pull for, and it would make a fun story for the former Florida QB to ball out against the Jacksonville Jaguars in his NFL debut. Having watched Richardson throw passes for the Gators the past 2 seasons, however, I expect he will have a tough time throwing the ball in his first regular-season game against a starting NFL defense.

Adam Spencer

Baker Mayfield, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lower than 229.5 passing yards

Mayfield takes over for Tom Brady in a year that’s expected to be a rough one in Tampa. Meanwhile, the Vikings brought in Brian Flores as their new defensive coordinator to help right the ship after a bad 2022 season on that side of the ball. Look for Flores’s unit to make life rough for Mayfield and the Bucs.

Tony Pollard, Dallas Cowboys: Higher than 0.5 rushing TDs

Pollard is the guy in Dallas now after Ezekiel Elliott was let go this offseason. Pollard has the skill to be a top fantasy running back in 2023. He’ll find pay dirt at least once in the first Sunday Night Football game of the season.

Underdog is one of our top apps like PrizePicks. Check out our Underdog Fantasy Promo Code today to secure a first-time deposit match of up to $100!

UNDERDOG FANTASY

Live and legal in most US states.

PLAY NOW

Underdog Fantasy

Up to $250 Bonus Cash + Special Pick

PLAY NOW