Start vs. Sit: Players to Start, Players to Bench Week 14

Start vs. Sit: Players to Start, Players to Bench Week 14

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

You know that dude Sisyphus? He was always pushing a giant boulder up a hill, and when he got to the top it would always fall back down. Writing this article this season has felt like that at times. It's been chaotic, and I have watched recommendations become rendered irrelevant by cancellations and postponements. However, I am keeping at it, because games are happening, and when they do, you should have start vs. sit recommendations at your disposal. Let's dive into Week 14!

AAC

START

Kyle Porter, RB, HOU at SMU

We just saw SMU allow 52 points to East Carolina – and it could have been worse than that – which has me looking for Cougars players going against the SMU crew. Houston has only been able to play in five games, but Porter has scored in four of those contests. While he hasn't rushed for over 100 yards yet, he has two games with over 100 total yards. The Mustangs have allowed 180.3 rushing yards per game, so maybe Porter will get over 100 yards here. I should note he's questionable with an undisclosed issue, but Dana Holgersen expressed optimism about his return.

SIT

Brady White, QB, Memphis at Tulane

It was surprising that Memphis held Navy to seven points last week, but it was equally surprising that Memphis only scored 10 points. In fact, White has thrown only one passing touchdown in three of his last four games. By the standards of AAC defenses, Tulane

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Chris Morgan
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