This article is part of our CFB Waiver Wire series.
It was another great week as Virginia Tech's Khalil Herbert highlighted my picks with 358 all-purpose yards, including 208 rushing yards & two touchdowns while my three QB recommendations combined for nine total touchdowns. I'll take an "L" for Joshua Moore's zero catches, but I'm in love with Kansas State's Deuce Vaughn who had 194 total yards and two touchdowns. A bunch of top-25 teams faltered in Week 5 which only helps us as we move forward as we get to feature players from all kinds of different teams that are available on the waiver wire.
Slate Background: I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Week 6 is going to be one of the best weeks of the year for entertainment purposes. We have some monster match-ups; Florida at Texas A&M, Tennessee at Georgia, Texas and Oklahoma in Dallas, Florida State at Notre Dame, and Miami at Clemson which is probably the game of the year so far. It will only get better when the other conferences start up in a few weeks, but this will be some unbelievable football.
Clayton Tune, QB, Houston
It's a small slate in the American conference in Week 6 with just three games on the schedule. It starts with Tulane and Houston on Thursday Night with the Cougars playing their first game of the year. I like Tune in this game because he has a stud receiver in Marquez Stevenson and Tulane showed they have a leaky