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New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is a risky option in Week 14 versus the Philadelphia Eagles. The former first-round pick has logged three straight games where he's thrown for 200-plus yards and a touchdown while he's provided a solid rushing floor most weeks this season. That being said, the Eagles are allowing the fewest points per game to QBs, they have the second-most sacks, and the most takeaways in the NFL thus far. Even though Jones has taken care of the football much better this season, the matchup and the inconsistency in the passing game for the Giants make him tough to trust in Week 14.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Jameson Williams has real upside in his NFL career thanks to his elite deep-threat skill set, but it's too early to trust him in fantasy lineups. Williams saw just one target on eight snaps in his NFL debut, so it's tough to suggest he'll have a full workload and fantasy-friendly target share in just his second game after tearing his ACL last January. He's worth stashing for the fantasy football playoffs, but there's no real guarantee he'll be on the fantasy radar all year. It's a "wait and see" situation for the rookie out of Alabama.
Houston Texans running back Dameon Pierce shook off a few tough weeks in last week's loss to Cleveland, running for 73 yards and also adding 22 receiving yards. It was his most all-purpose yards since Week 10. Now, he gets an enticing matchup on Sunday against a Dallas Cowboys team that ranks 24th in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game. With Dallas also boasting one of the NFL's best pass defenses, expect Houston to go to Pierce early and often in this one, making him an RB2 option.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown is the fantasy WR6 on the season, despite missing a game and being limited in two other games. Against the Minnesota Vikings, he's set up for a smash spot. The Vikings have allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers this season, St. Brown should be viewed in the same light as studs like Stefon Diggs and Justin Jefferson in Week 14. St. Brown's floor is around eight targets and his ceiling could be close to 15 targets if this is a high-flying passing matchup like it is expected to be. St. Brown fantasy managers should continue to be confident and roll with St. Brown and his league-winning upside.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Baker Mayfield completed 22-of-35 passes for 230 yards and a game-winning touchdown in LA's 17-16 comeback victory over the Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday night. Mayfield entered the game on the second drive and hit Van Jefferson for a 21-yard gain on his first pass while leading the Rams to a field goal. His performance was impressive, considering he had only two days to learn the Rams' playbook since joining the team off the waiver wire. The 27-year-old had not practiced much with his new receivers, but he was hitting them in stride. With 12 minutes left, the Rams were down 10-16 when Mayfield led a 9-minute drive to score the team's first touchdown. The Rams got the ball back again with just 1:45 left and had to go 98 yards. Mayfield led a no-huddle drive, completing five-of-six passes, including a 23-yarder in tight coverage right on into Van Jefferson's hands for the winning touchdown. While Mayfield deserves credit for his role in this exciting comeback and could be a worthwhile pickup in superflex leagues, he has been wildly inconsistent during his career, so you can't count on him to do this every week.
Detroit Lions wide receiver D.J. Chark has real upside in a matchup with the Minnesota Vikings in Week 14. The Vikings have allowed the second-most fantasy points per game through 13 weeks, and the Lions' offense is clicking on all cylinders. Chark posted 98 yards last week as the Lions' deep threat and it's tough to expect first-round rookie Jameson Williams (knee) to take his job just yet. Chark is close to must-start territory in deep leagues, but he's a real flex consideration in the shallowest of leagues. He might not have the safest floor, but always chase the upside in fantasy football.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill hasn't been on the QB1 radar like he was in each of the last two years, but he draws a favorable matchup for quarterbacks in Week 14 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jacksonville has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season. However, if Treylon Burks (concussion) doesn't play, Tannehill's upside is dramatically limited. Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, and Austin Hooper aren't a strong enough skill group to always take advantage of favorable matchups and Tennessee always prefers to lean on Derrick Henry and the rushing attack. That said, Tannehill has a wide range of outcomes.
Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff has been a QB1 in multiple weeks this season, and his ceiling is high against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 14. Minnesota has allowed the most passing yards (3595) this season and have given up the eighth-most fantasy points per game to quarterback through 13 weeks. In Week 3, Goff threw for 277 yards, one touchdown, and one interception against Minnesota, but the Detroit offense is clicking more than ever before. The projected point total of 52 suggests this NFC North showdown should be a shootout, so fantasy managers should trust Goff in this spot.
The Tennessee Titans fantasy defense/special teams have scored the 13th-most fantasy points this season as it has taken advantage of the struggling offenses it has faced. Against top-tier offenses, Tennessee's defense has usually been shredded. That said, they have a boom-or-bust outlook against the hot and cold Jaguars' offense. Jacksonville has shown flashes of brilliance under Doug Pederson and Trevor Lawrence, but there are plenty of games where the offense sputtered. Even so, the Jaguars have allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points to defense/special teams in fantasy. Trust some of the elite defenses before inserting Tennessee's D/ST in lineups, but they do have upside with a solid pass rush. If Lawrence (toe) is inactive and C.J. Beathard draws the start, Tennessee is in the must-start territory.
Tennessee Titans kicker Randy Bullock remains off the fantasy radar, even in a matchup with a struggling Jacksonville Jaguars defense. Tennessee's offense is one of the worst in the league, so there's not much upside for the veteran kicker. He's currently outside the top 20 kickers in total fantasy points and with plenty of high-end streamers available each week, keep him on the waiver wire.
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry has rushed 75 times for just 208 yards (2.7 YPC) over his last four games, scoring just one touchdown over that span. That stretch of games is far from the production he provided early in the season, so hopefully, he can get back on track against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 14. The Jaguars have allowed the 11th-fewest rushing yards this season, yet have still given up the 10th-most fantasy points to running backs thanks to touchdowns and receptions. Henry averaged 172.5 rushing yards and 2.5 touchdowns in his last two games against the AFC South rival, so if he can't produce in this spot, there should be real concern about his fantasy outlook moving forward. Regardless, he remains a must-start.
Las Vegas Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson went 3-for-3 in field goal attempts and drilled his only extra-point try in Thursday's 17-16 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. He connected from 52, 31, and 36 yards. The 27-year-old has now connected from 50 yards plus in three of the last four weeks. He is one of the most reliable kickers in fantasy, converting 28-of-31 field goal attempts and 26-of-27 extra-point tries over 13 games in 2022. Carlson remains a top-five option against the New England Patriots in Week 15.
The defense of the Jacksonville Jaguars likely isn't worth starting in a Week 14 matchup with the Tennessee Titans. The Titans don't have a daunting offense as they are averaging only 18.3 points per game (seventh-fewest in the NFL). But the Jaguars have allowed 27-plus points in three straight games and they've allowed 100-plus rushing yards in five of their last six games ahead of a showdown with Derrick Henry. Even though Ryan Tannehill and Tennessee's passing game has struggled, Jacksonville's defense hasn't given us any reason to trust them in a road matchup in Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders tight end Foster Moreau failed to secure his only target in Thursday's 17-16 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. It was the second time this season Moreau didn't catch a pass. The 25-year-old caught 25 passes for 316 yards and two touchdowns over 11 games in 2022. Darren Waller (hamstring) could return to action in Week 15, limiting Moreau's fantasy upside. Moreau is mainly a deep-league option Sunday against the New England Patriots, and he could move to a borderline TE2 status depending if Waller is active.
Las Vegas wide receiver Mack Hollins caught two of four targets for 22 yards and rushed three times for 40 yards in Thursday's 17-16 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. He was second in rushing yards, receptions, receiving yards, and targets in Thursday's defeat. Most of Hollins' damage came from a 17-yard run during the first quarter. The 29-year-old has 47 passes on 77 targets for 588 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 40 yards on four attempts. Hunter Renfrow (oblique) and Darren Waller (hamstring) could return in Week 15, limiting Hollins' fantasy upside in next Sunday's game against the New England Patriots.
Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Riley Patterson is a viable streaming option in Week 14 versus the Tennessee Titans. The second-year kicker made both of his field-goal attempts in Week 13 against the Detroit Lions, giving him two field goals in three of his last four games. The young kicker for the Jaguars has now made 18 of his 22 field-goal attempts this season, though, he's only made one field goal of 50-plus yards. Despite his lack of 50-plus-yard field goals this season, Patterson is worth considering in Week 14 in deeper leagues with six teams having a bye week.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams three of seven targets for 71 yards in Thursday's 17-16 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Per usual, Adams led the Raiders in targets, catches, and receiving yards in Thursday's defeat. The Raiders' offense was sluggish against the Rams and accumulated just 137 passing yards. It was Adams' lowest reception total since Week 8. The 29-year-old has been one of the best fantasy wide receivers in 2022, catching 82 passes for 1,247 yards and 12 touchdowns over 13 games. Despite the minor hit in production on Thursday, Adams remains a must-start against the New England Patriots in Week 15.
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Christian Kirk is primed for another productive outing in Week 14 versus the Tennessee Titans. The former second-round pick caught six of his eight targets for 104 yards in Week 13 against the Detroit Lions, giving him two 100-plus-yard games in the last three weeks. Whether it's Trevor Lawrence or another quarterback throwing the ball for the Jaguars on Sunday, the 26-year-old wideout should be peppered with targets this week. The Titans are also allowing the most points per game to WRs this season, making Kirk a potential WR1 in Week 14.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Evan Engram should be considered a viable streaming option in Week 14 against the Tennessee Titans. The former first-round pick hauled in five of his seven targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Week 13 versus the Detroit Lions, giving him just his second touchdown of the season. The veteran tight end combined for five receptions and 26 receiving yards in his previous three games before last week's performance, so it was a positive sign to see him bounce back. With six teams on a bye week in Week 14, Engram is a tight end to consider if he's available or on your bench.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. could struggle running the ball in Week 14 versus the Tennessee Titans. The Titans have the No. 1 ranked defense in rush DVOA as they're allowing the second-fewest rushing yards per game to RBs. That being said, the second-year back for the Jaguars handled 13 of the 14 running back carries in Week 13 and his solid usage in the passing game makes him someone that should be started in all formats. While the Titans have shut down RBs on the ground, they've allowed the most receptions to RBs this season, so Etienne could be busy catching the ball in Week 14.
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