FanDuel Picks Week 14: NFL DFS Lineup Suggestions for Every day Fantasy Soccer Money Video games

The NFL season is in crisis, and many leagues also have fantasy football playoffs. If you missed it, there is still time to get a strong result in DFS competitions. Our Week 14 FanDuel lineup gives you the chance to play Davante Adams, Keenan Allen, and other stars you may not have owned this year.

The key to this week’s cash picks are matchups. Our QB-WR stack of Ryan Tannehill and AJ Brown is betting on a Jaguars breakout, and we brought Hunter Henry and Allen together on a great opportunity against the Falcons. If both of these pay off with Adams, we should be in good shape.

Quarterback | Run back | Wide receiver | Narrow end | D / ST | Kicker

This list is intended for the main board on Sunday in FanDuel Cash Games.

Quarterback | Run back | Wide receiver | Narrow end | D / ST | Kicker

  • # 1

    QB Ryan Tannehill, Titans @ Jaguars ($ 7,900)

    The Jaguars have allowed the fourth most FD points for quarterbacks this season, and when they played the Titans earlier this year, Tannehill threw four touchdowns. Consistently, Tannehill flies under the radar from the owner’s point of view because the Derrick Henry factor makes him a solid DFS game almost every week.

  • # 2

    RB Melvin Gordon, Broncos @ Panthers ($ 6,100)

    The Panthers have allowed in over 22 FD points per game, and Gordon has had a week 13 game where his legs looked young and fresh. Four straight weeks of double digit carryovers suggest Gordon will be charged again with Denver to keep the ball out of Drew Lock’s hands and we will take advantage of that with this lineup.

  • # 3

    RB JD McKissic, Washington @ 49ers ($ 5,300)

    McKissic’s worth and possessions for the week will not be fully determined until Antonio Gibson’s injury status becomes clearer, but that’s fine. At that price, McKissic can be valuable even if Gibson (toe) plays for a return thanks to his unusually high target percentage.

  • # 4

    WR AJ Brown, Titans @ Jaguars ($ 8,000)

    Corey Davis has had a great week, but let others play you. Brown remains the greatest threat in this reception corps and the obvious stacking option with Tannehill in our lineup. He was injured when these teams first met, so he will be looking to take extra advantage of his only Jacksonville jump in 2020.

  • # 5

    WR Davante Adams, Packers @ Lions ($ 9,600)

    We are well past the point of needing a heavy justification for Adams. He has now scored at least one touchdown in seven straight games and the Lions are not a passing defense to be feared. It would be a surprise if Adams didn’t find the end zone in this one.

  • # 6

    WR Keke Coutee, Texans @ Bears ($ 5,600)

    Coutee delivered for us last week, but its price hasn’t gone up into sacrosanct territory. After scoring eight of nine goals for 141 yards, Coutee was able to cut those numbers in half and still be a good game at the price. Don’t expect Houston to be able to run on Chicago for Coutee to see part of the targets again.

  • # 7

    TE Hunter Henry, Falcon Chargers ($ 5,600)

    We can just totally ignore the bloodbath that was Patriots-Chargers Week 13. The Falcons are a completely different matchup, one of the worst defenses in the leagues when it comes to stopping the pass, and Henry should be catching up at a very fair price.

  • # 8th

    FLEX Keenan Allen, Chargers Against Falcons ($ 8,500)

    In a cash roster, it’s not crazy to use two players in the same reception group against such a bad pass defense. If the chargers do the expected success, at least one of these guys and maybe both are going to have great days. Everyone remains Justin Herbert’s favorite target and a high volume recipient who works well in cash games.

  • # 9

    DEF Houston Texans @ Bears ($ 3,400)

    While the Texans may not be a very talented defense, they do have JJ Watt and face Mitchell Trubisky and an offensive that is struggling to consistently lead the game. There are a ton of perks here to one of the cheapest defenses on the plan, and those savings allow us to pay elsewhere.

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