This article is part of our Start vs. Sit series.
It's the last full week of regular season, which means this week's Start/Sit is the last installment of the year. Before we get into the meat of the slate, I'd like to thank everyone for reading along in what has been another fun year writing this article. If you have any specific start/sit questions for your lineups, please feel free to fire away in the comments section and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
PLAYERS TO START
Gardner Minshew, QB, East Carolina (at Memphis): Aside from the obvious AAC studs who have been lineup fixtures throughout the year, Minshew is an off-the-beaten-path option who should pay off in two-QB formats. He's been red-hot since taking back over at quarterback, throwing for more than 400 yards in two of his last three games. He has major volume upside as well considering that ECU doesn't seem to be familiar with the whole concept of running the ball, which has led to Minshew chucking it 55 times per game in November. Even if it's not pretty, Minshew should throw it enough Saturday to provide plenty of cheap production against the Tigers.
Cam Akers, RB, Florida State (at Florida): All right, I know last week was rough if you went the Akers route at running back, but a lot of that had to do with FSU simply not needing to deploy its best players. That'll change this week with the Noles trying to squeeze bowl eligibility out