Our DFS success last week was limited to Sunday Night Football singles, so we can’t wait to get back green with our DraftKings Week 14 lineup. We are willing to take some risks in this squad and reserve a number of players who have had a poor or disappointing record in recent weeks. After all, we’re building these fantasy soccer squads every day for GPP competitions, so we’re not particularly concerned about “safety”.
Before we break down our picks, here are the most notable scoring rules for DraftKings contests: Full point PPR, TDs pass four points, three point bonus for 100 yards, 100 yards receive, and 300 yards pass.
DraftKings Week 14 Picks: NFL DFS Lineups for GPP Tournaments
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QB Joe Burrow, Bengals vs 49ers ($6,000). Watched for Burrow’s little finger throughout the week, but the fact that he finished Sunday with a respectable 22.6 DraftKings points gives optimism that he’ll be good to go. With his willingness to run away, coupled with Tee Higgins’ re-emergence as a dynamic receiving threat, Burrow has a chance to bring in some big numbers for us.
RB Antonio Gibson, Soccer Team Vs Cowboys ($6,000). Gibson continues to dominate in numbers – he had 28 touchdowns on 29 chances against the Raiders last week – and the Team continued to win. J.D. McKissic could make a quick comeback after missing Week 13 with a concussion, but Gibson will continue to see a lot of work regardless of whether McKissic is available and in a position to disrupt a solid performance. is different.
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RB Saquon Barkley, Giants @ Chargers ($6,000). Although it has been frustrating, it is no surprise that Barkley did not light up the defence after his ankle injury. However, he has had 17 touchdowns in each of the past two games, and we like him – and his salary – enough in this very favorable game. The Chargers don’t mind letting teams try to go deep into the above ground, so the game could give Barkley a little more space to roam.
WR DJ Moore, Panthers vs. Falcons ($6,200). Look away if you’re offended by the narratives, but here’s the “gut test” or “statement week” for the Panthers, who were completely embarrassed by the Dolphins in Week 12 and fired the thing. Offensive Coordinator Joe Brady in Week 13. Moore is Undoubtedly the Panthers’ best offensive weapon with Christian McCaffrey (ankle) on the shelf, and it’s reasonable to expect senior offensive assistant and interim OC when Jeff Nixon made sure Moore was involved.
WR Elijah Moore, Jets vs. Saints ($5,900). Looks like Moore can definitely be considered the #1 receiver of the Jets. He’s seen 31 goals in the past three weeks and has scored five touchdowns since Week 9. And to extend a little more scoring potential to his prospects, Moore is a weekly contender to see a wide receiver designed running. He received one take in three consecutive competitions and scored on a 19-yard throw in Week 7.
WR Brandon Aiyuk, 49ers @ Bengals ($5,800). Aiyuk hasn’t delivered the output many expected in place of Deebo Samuel, but sometimes the “next man” spell doesn’t materialize in the week immediately following the injury of a key player. George Kittle dominated Sunday, but Aiyuk’s six goals remained second on the team and accounted for 20% of Jimmy Garoppolo’s passing efforts. It could certainly be Aiyuk leading the air assault with the Bengals this week.
TE Mark Andrews, Ravens @ Browns ($5,900). It was a mixed bag for Andrews in the Ravens’ loss to the Steelers last week. His nine goals led the team, but he left plenty of points on the field as he and Lamar Jackson struggled against each other. The Ravens follow their previous three losses with a win, so we like them against the Browns on Sunday despite their recent form. Jackson hasn’t hesitated to target Andrews this season, and with a little more sharpness from both, a big performance will be within reach.
FLEX (RB) Javonte Williams, Broncos vs. Lions ($5,900). Williams got his first chance to lead the Broncos backcourt and made a pounding effort – 178 yards in total, six hits and one touchdown – worth 32.8 DraftKings points. Monitor Melvin Gordon’s (hips) status throughout the week, but even if Williams doesn’t officially take the torch with his Week 13 performance, he could still be heavily leaned if Gordon returns to the fame combination book.
DEF Jaguars @ Titans ($2,300). We’re getting a bit greedy with our skill position players, so we’ll be fighting for every penny on the defensive. This is more about the Titans struggling with tough morale in recent weeks – despite their dashing 270 yards ahead of the New England Patriots in Week 12 – more than faith in the Jaguars. However, we’ve seen the Jags surprise us before, i.e. Week 9 against the Bills, and they were able to hold their ground in this position.