You know it's a good start to the fantasy playoffs when two Dolphins are on our sleeper list for Week 14. Hey, what can we say? They are going out scoring almost 40 points and facing a Jets team that just wet the bed. Many fantasy owners will keep their stallions throughout the fantasy playoffs, so it might be time to start with our recommendations of sitting and sitting down to get an additional niche to bring you Ryan Fitzpatrick and Patrick Laird (along with a classic injury padding – like Alexander Mattison and more obvious selections based on clashes).
We are representing the Titans against the Raiders team that the Jets and Chiefs have passed 74-12 in the last two weeks. What better way to master in the fantasy playoffs than using Ryan Tannehill, A.J. Brown, Jonnu Smith and the D / ST Titans? And you know that we are also suggesting the mandatory tight end against Arizona.
WEEK 14 RANKINGS NO PPR:
Field Marshal | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker
Our sleepers of week 13 had some bright spots. Benny Snell Jr. delivered again in the absence of James Conner. Jared Goff threw for more than 400 yards. And, of course, there was everyone's Week 13 chalk, Jack Doyle, surrendering as we expected.
WEEK 14 PPR CLASSIFICATIONS: Running | Wide receiver | Hard end
But, oh boy, some of those who slept were total busts. Jonathan Williams didn't even play much, and Sam Darnold was terrible. It is not as if someone expected Williams to go from almost 30 hits to a single digit or that Darnold would not continue to take advantage of super easy confrontations. And although Nick O & # 39; Leary was a deeper stab, he only had one trap. Ick
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Week 14 Fantasy Sleepers: runners
Patrick Laird, Dolphins @ Jets (Billy Heyen). Laird should start this week with Kalen Ballage (leg) out. It is worth considering as a player, as it is likely to get 15 touches in total, with five or more of them at reception.
Derrius Guice, Redskins @ Packers (Vinnie Iyer). The secret is in how explosive it can be when it is healthy, and the script of the game in any way does not damage its potential as a runner and receiver and this confrontation is out of the park, even on the road.
Alexander Mattison, Vikings against Lions (Matt Lutovsky). Even if Dalvin Cook (chest / shoulder) plays, Mattison is in a good place to see at least some of the 7.8 touches / game he averaged this year. He has been shown to be a solid producer when he has possibilities, with an average of 4.8 yards per carry and 8.0 yards per reception. The Lions allow the third highest number of fantasy points per game for the RBs, so even with 10-12 touches, Mattison is in a position to publish FLEX-worthy numbers. If Cook is out, Mattison will be in the top 15.
WEEK 14 DFS LINES:
DK Cash | DK GPP | FD Cash | FD GPP | AND! Cash | AND! GPP
Week 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers: Quarterbacks
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dolphins @ Jets (Heyen). Fitzmagic will make some mistakes, but he will also throw it and could pick up 300 yards per pass and two or three touchdowns against a Jets defense.
Ryan Tannehill, Titans @ Raiders (Iyer). It has become an extraordinary streamer to the point that it is a solid back-end QB1 with its consistency of two TDs, and its aggressive game action pass should illuminate the Raiders.
Jacoby Brissett, Colts @ Buccaneers (Lutovsky). Brissett has not looked good lately, as it seems he still feels the effects of a mid-season knee injury. Even with that said, this confrontation is too good to ignore. The Bucs have allowed the second highest number of aerial yards and the fifth highest number of fantasy points for the QB. Obviously, it would be nice if T.Y. Hilton (calf) plays, but even if he doesn't, Brissett will probably pitch early and often, as Tampa's dominant career defense will close Indy's mediocre race game.
Week 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers: open receivers
Darius Slayton, Giants @ Eagles (Heyen). Slayton received 16 goals in the last two weeks and seems likely to remain involved along the way, regardless of the health of the WRs that surround him. Combine that with a clash against an improved but still vulnerable Philadelphia high school, and your chances of 80 yards or a touchdown seem pretty high.
Allen Lazard, Packers vs. Redskins (Iyer). It has been silently his true number 2 for Aaron Rodgers, and the return of Davante Adams is giving him a ton of individual coverage to explode in the field.
A.J. Brown, Titans @ Raiders (Lutovsky). Brown has appeared in very favorable matches this year, setting the Falcons on fire in week 4 (3-94-2), scoring against the Bucs in week 8, registering solid numbers against the Panthers in week 9 (4-81 ) and illuminating the Jaguars reeling in week 12 (4-135-1). The Raiders have been improving against the WRs, but they still allow the ninth most yards per game and are vulnerable against the WRs of big plays.
Week 14 Fantasy Football Sleepers: tight ends
Dallas Goedert, Eagles vs. Giants (Heyen). Goedert has been attacked at least five times in each of the last five games of the Eagles, and that increases to an average of seven per game in the last three. It is a legitimate independent TE option as a holder this week.
Vance McDonald, Steelers @ Cardinals (Iyer). Start your closed wings against Arizona anywhere in 2019, and it will surely also affect the final zone.
Jonnu Smith, Titans @ Raiders (Lutovsky). Oakland is even more vulnerable to TEs than WRs, allowing the fourth highest number of fantasy points for the position. Smith disappointed last week despite the absence of Delanie Walker (ankle), but he should see most of the TE goals and is in a good position to pay here.
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Week 14 Fantasy Sleepers: defenses
Tennessee Titans @ Raiders (Heyen). Derek Carr and the Raiders' offense have been twice as bad that team backups have had considerable play time in the cleaning service. The Titans have had a calm and solid defense this year anyway, and this is a perfect match to continue Oakland's misery.
Houston Texans vs. Broncos (Iyer). They have not been very good this season, but they are drawing a rookie QB making their first start in the race, so this is a classic streamer of a game.
Indianapolis Colts @ Buccaneers (Lutovsky). Here is your special boom or fall of the week. The Colts defense has shown signs of life lately, recording 13 catches and eight takeaways in their last five games. Despite a powerful offensive, the Bucs are always prone to high looting and high rotation games, so you can always shoot with a decent D / ST against them.