News:David Fales went 33-for-43 for 395 yards and two touchdowns against BGSU on Thursday.
Analysis:David Fales had a really good season, and he will be back next year, but with a new head coach and some of his weapons moving on, he's a question mark.
News:David Fales went 25-for-37 for 367 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception Saturday against La Tech.
Analysis:David Fales really was a boost to SJSU's offense this season, and will be the starter next year.
News:David Fales went 25-for-34 for 305 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception against BYU on Saturday.
Analysis:David Fales had a good game against a good defense, and he gets to end the season against La Tech, a nice matchup.
News:David Fales went 12-for-18 for 276 yards, four touchdowns, and an interception Saturday against NMSU.
Analysis: This game was over before halftime, which may have limited David Fales' numbers, not that anybody has any reason to complain about such an efficient outing.
News:David Fales went 27-for-39 for 328 yards, four touchdowns, and an interception Saturday against Idaho. He also rushed three times for 24 yards.
Analysis: Idaho is awful, but David Fales has been reliable this season as the Spartans have seen themselves make a major resurgence on offense. He's worth owning in deeper leagues, and could be worth a play when he has a good matchup.
News:David Fales went 26-for-38 for 376 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions Saturday against Texas State.
Analysis:David Fales is throwing more picks than you would like, but he's also thrown a lot of touchdowns and has put up some big yards. He could be worth owning as a backup in deeper leagues.
News:David Fales went 17-for-26 for 279 yards and three touchdowns Saturday against UTSA.
Analysis: UTSA is not a good team, but this is yet another good game for David Fales, who has been throwing a lot of TDs this season. He could be worth a pickup in a deeper league.
News:David Fales went 38-for-50 for a staggering 467 yards and three touchdowns Saturday against Utah State.
Analysis: This is David Fales' best game of the season, and he seems to be the best quarterback the Spartans have had in a while. He may even be worth owning in deep leagues as a backup.
News:David Fales went 29-for-34 for 276 yards and an interception Saturday against Navy.
Analysis: While this game isn't all that good, David Fales was at least efficient, and he's been overall pretty decent this season, perhaps the kind of guy you can use in a favorable matchup.
News:David Fales went 21-for-31 for 260 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception Saturday against SDSU.
Analysis:David Fales has shown that he can perform well against competition that isn't particularly stiff, and he wasn't that bad against Stanford either, so he could be a solid matchup play in a deeper league.
News:David Fales went 27-for-34 for 370 yards and three touchdowns against Colorado State on Saturday.
Analysis: This are big numbers, but the Rams are pretty awful. Still, it seems like David Fales might at least have a bit of fantasy value in some leagues.
News:David Fales went 23-for-32 for 277 yards and a touchdown against UC Davis on Saturday.
Analysis:David Fales has at least done enough to secure the starting job, but Blake Jurich is getting used occasionally under center, which hinders Fales' fantasy value a bit.
News:David Fales went 24-for-35 for 216 yards, one touchdown, and one interception against Stanford on Friday.
Analysis:David Fales had to win a quarterback competition this offseason, and while these numbers are mediocre, he did it on the road against a ranked Stanford team. He at least did enough to keep the job, if not enough to make him fantasy viable just yet.
News:David Fales has been named the starting quarterback for the Spartans' opener against Stanford, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis:David Fales, a junior college transfer, beat out the likes of Dasmen Stewart and Blake Jurich for the job. Fales is an unknown quantity playing for a team that does not have a track record of success, so he's not somebody worth taking a shot on right now, especially not for their first game against the Cardinal.
News: Although head coach Mike MacIntyre has not yet officially named his starting quarterback for the season opener, David Fales remains the favorite to win the job, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Analysis:David Fales has been considered the favorite since spring to win the job over Dasmen Stewart and Blake Jurich, but you don't want any of these guys heading into the season, especially with the Spartans starting the year against Stanford.
News:David Fales is currently the favorite to claim the starting quarterback job for the Spartans, the San Jose Mercury-News reports.
Analysis: With Matt Faulkner gone, the position was up for grabs, and David Fales, a junior college transfer, has emerged ahead of his competition for now. If he gets the job, he will be worth monitoring.