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2019 Daily Fantasy: DraftKings NFL Week 14 Picks & Sleepers

The season long regular season is over. And if you didn’t make the playoffs for some reason, that doesn’t mean your fantasy season has to be over. There’s money to be made with DFS and cover those losses you incurred drafting David Johnson in the first round or what not. It’s a big slate this week with lots to cover so we dive right in to get you those money plays and stuff our wallets.

Let’s get it.

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  • Kirk Cousins ($6,700)
    • Giving up the second most fantasy points to QBs, Cousins finds a plus matchup here with the Lions. Dalvin Cook was banged up last game, so they may take it a bit easier on him this week and let Cousins sling the rock.
  • Sam Darnold ($6,000)
    • In the matchup between Darnold and Fitzmagic, I’ll lean Darnold here as the home favorite. Coming off a terrible performance in Cincinnati, Darnold should bounce back against the Dolphins who have been a gift to every offense they’ve faced.
  • Kyle Allen ($5,700)
    • He absolutely burned me the last time he faced the Falcons, but I’ll leap once again for Kyle Allen coming off back to back 20+ point performances. Atlanta should be a good matchup, and it will be hard to repeat a zero touchdown and four interception day from their last contest.

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Running Backs:

  • Nick Chubb ($8,000)
    • His volume dipped a bit last week trying to play catch up with the Steelers, but Chubb should get a big feature role in a bounce back game against the Bengals this week. Positive game script, and Cincinnati has struggled with defending the run. He might even catch a few passes.
  • Melvin Gordon ($6,400)
    • The Jaguars have just gotten torched by offenses as of late, and Gordon has been fed like a horse his last four contests. Averaging 89 ypg in those four, and scoreless in two straight, Gordon looks prime for a great bounce back spot here.
  • James White ($5,500)
    • Kansas City has allowed close to the most points to RB this year, and who better to capitalize than White after his monster day in Houston. He’s one of the few Brady really trusts in New England’s offense, and with the run game and Michel struggling to get going, White had a monster day in the receiving game.
  • Devonta Freeman ($5,400)
    • Speaking of allowing points to RBs, Carolina has given up the most. Freeman has returned from injury and increased his usage close to bell cow status with 17 carries and 4 catches against the Saints. Now as a home favorite over the Panthers, Freeman sets up nicely in a game that Brian Hill pissed away weeks ago.
  • Derrius Guice ($4,900)
    • Now, this is the Derrius Guice we all expected to see this year. Guice ran like a mad men when given the ball, and his talents jumped off the page. They’ll need his playmaking to keep up with Green Bay, whose one weakness has generally been to the RB position.

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Wide Receivers:

  • Stefon Diggs ($7,600)
    • It looks like Thielen will miss another game for the Vikings, so Diggs will continue to operate as the target hog and big play weapon. Detroit has really struggled in the secondary, and Diggs has been pretty subpar for a stretch now. Eruption spot potentially here.
  • DJ Moore ($7,000)
    • He’s been on an absolute tear and has serious chemistry with Kyle Allen at the moment. With Greg Olsen going down, this only opens up more looks for Moore on his hot streak against a struggling Falcons defense.
  • Robby Anderson ($5,100)
    • The Cum Cave returns! 19 and 20 points in back-to-back games, Anderson has found his rhythm and what better way to keep it going than against the Dolphins. We could see classic Robby here with multiple scores and well over 100 yards this week.
  • Mike Williams ($4,500)
    • Is there anyone in the NFL more due for a touchdown than Mike Williams? I don’t think so. And now he gets the Jaguars defense while majority of the attention will fall on Keenan Allen. He’s had some spectacular catches and Rivers knows his seat is getting hot, so it’s time to produce here.
  • Parris Campbell ($3,200)
    • Returning from injury, Campbell enters a very thin lineup of Colts pass catchers. His last game action saw 5 catches for 53 yards and now he faces the Bucs secondary giving up the most points to WRs. With Hilton likely done for the year, Campbell can step up and showcase his talents for the team’s future.

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Tight Ends:

  • Jack Doyle ($4,600)
    • With Eric Ebron on IR, Doyle leaps into TE1 range being a favorite target of Jacoby Brissett. 11 targets last week, going for 6-73-1 and now faces the Bucs defense which really struggles with TEs.
  • Kyle Rudolph ($4,400)
    • The hottest TE in the NFL right now, Rudolph has six touchdowns in his last six games while scoring double digits in five of those. Thielen’s absence keeps the door open for more targets as he’s been a red zone nightmare for defenses to try and cover.
  • Ian Thomas ($2,500)
    • The absolute stone throw minimum here for a tight end, replacing Greg Olsen due to injury. Thomas caught all four of his targets last week, and should he end up scoring, he will quickly pay off his price tag.


  • Pittsburgh Steelers ($3,500)
    • This defense is very good, and now they get to face Kyler Murray whose had serious sack and turnover problems this year. It’s a match made in heaven.
  • Indianapolis Colts ($2,300)
    • The Colts started 2019 with one of the better defenses but have faltered as of late. Generally, facing Jameis Winston can solve a lot of those problems as he’s a serious turnover machine. If you’re looking to punt at the position, the Colts may be the way to go and just root for a classic Winston pick six.

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