This article is part of our Hot and Cold series.
N.C. State quarterback Russell Wilson has been a big-time producer over the last two weeks. Over that span, he has thrown for 701 yards and racked up a combined seven touchdowns.
After catching just one pass in Week 1, Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith has taken off. He caught a total of 14 passes for 349 yards and five touchdowns over his last three games.
Florida State running back Jermaine Thomas is averaging a sound 5.6 yards per carry, but he is sharing the workload with Ty Jones and has not helped fantasy owners much over the last couple weeks. Thomas has just 108 total yards in his last two games and has not found the end zone.
Despite throwing four touchdown passes in his first two games – both wins – Boston College quarterback Dave Shinskie's 11-for-25, three-turnover performance against Virginia Tech has him on the bench this week. Chase Rettig will likely start in Shinksie's place.
Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles has hit the 100-yard mark in each game this season and has totaled 41 receptions for four touchdowns. The Longhorns pose a more difficult test this week, but it's hard to bet against that kind of consistency.
Since taking over as the starting running back job Week 2, Kansas running back James Sims has run for 290 yards and three touchdowns. Don't expect him to give the job back.
Baylor running back Jay Finley has run for at least 50