Start vs. Sit: Who to Play, Who to Bench for Championship Week
Start vs. Sit: Who to Play, Who to Bench for Championship Week

This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.

Welcome to the final Start vs. Sit of the 2019 season. It's been a pleasure to write this column for the fourth season in a row, and I hope you've enjoyed reading along. And, fingers crossed, I hope you weren't led astray with your lineup decisions too often. While this is it for this column in 2019, we'll have a ton of bowl content and DFS content to carry us into 2020 that I think you'll enjoy. 

Let's shift our focus back to this week, championship week. It's a loaded slate with high stakes games and classic rivalries at every turn, and that always adds another layer to lineup decisions. The Iron Bowl doesn't have as much juice as it usually does but The Game in Ann Arbor promises to be one of the best matchups of the year and the battle for Paul Bunyan's Ax has plenty of intrigue, too. Let's dive into the toughest lineup decisions for this week's slate and, again, thank you all for reading.

AAC

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Brady White, QB, Memphis vs. Cincinnati

Kudos to the AAC schedule-makers for saving the best game for last as we have a matchup of 10-1 teams squaring off in Memphis. It won't be an easy matchup for White here, but he'll still be worth keeping in your lineups. 

White ranks fifth in the conference in fantasy points per game (25.6) and has been dominant lately, completing 62.9 percent of his passes for 10 touchdowns, 913 yards and a

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John McKechnie
John is the 2016 FSWA College Writer of the Year winner. He is a Maryland native and graduate of the University of Georgia. He's been writing for RotoWire since early 2014.
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