Landry Jones' stock is falling
The Oklahoma quarterback takes a hit, as does Houston QB Case Keenum
Now that Week 14 of the college football season is in the books, here is my stock report from this past weekend's games. As always, I'll examine players who played well during the weekend and helped their stocks rise while also looking at the players who disappointed and caused their stocks to fall. This week, a couple of quarterbacks saw their stocks fall.
Cincinnati Bearcats DT/DE Derek Wolfe
Wolfe recorded 10 tackles, five tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks in Cincinnati's 35-27 win over Connecticut, a victory that gives the Bearcats a share of the conference title with Louisville and West Virginia. Wolfe has proved himself a versatile contributor all season long, and that continued against the Huskies. He played outside in three-man fronts and all of his sacks came from the inside. Wolfe used his initial quickness, pad level and upper-body strength to rock Connecticut's defensive tackles onto their heels, and they simply couldn't handle his power. Wolfe has been creating havoc all season, and he's creating positive buzz among NFL scouts.
Clemson Tigers defensive line
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