FanDuel Week 14 Targets

I am glad to be making my return this week. Whether you made your season long playoffs or not I have you covered with my FanDuel targets. After missing the last two weeks due to holidays and vacation travels there aren’t any previous line ups to review. So for not putting out this piece, I want to say I am sorry and onward we go to a nice finish of the season.

Steelers Ben Roethlisberger

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Ben Roethlisberger $8,600

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Down to their third string running back and one who is seemingly a better receiver than a runner, look for Big Ben to pass it all day.

Deshaun Watson $7,800

Watson has finally started to look healthy again in recent weeks. This surely has the possibility to be a back and forth scoring affair.

Jameis Winston $$7,700

The first time these two teams matched up this season, the Bucs took it to the Saints with Jameis on the side lines. Now he gets his chance to face them and hopefully repeat success.

Lamar Jackson $7,500

We all know about his rushing floor and that is good and all, but this game may force him to run and pass. If he does both we could be looking at an elite performance.

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Running Back

Christian McCaffrey $9,100

He has earned the top priced running back spot this week and is definitely worth grabbing, as he continues to be heavily involved in the offense.

Saquon Barkley $8,900

I liked Saquon before the Odell Beckam news. Now I love him as I am sure most do as well.

Alvin Kamara $8,300

In an expected shoot out atmosphere Kamara should rise to the occasion against a putrid Bucs defense.

Nick Chubb $7,700

Chubb has been gaining steam each week and as long as the Browns keep it close he should be a great play.

Aaron Jones $7,500

We certainly thought he was freed the last few weeks and then last week he went back to splitting carries with plodder, Jamaal Williams. After the coaching change, I think Jones gets back to getting the bulk this week.

Sony Michel $6,900

The Dolphins rush defense has been one that I have personally been attacking all year with good success. This week is no different.

Spencer Ware $6,400

Last week’s “free square” play is in a terrible match up this week. So why am I suggesting him? He will be very under owned this week and still owns the job for now and should get goal line work.

Jeff Wilson Jr. $5,600

Now onto this week’s “free square” plays. In case you aren’t sure what that term means, it refers to the middle square in Bingo. For example, under priced options that everyone will have is often referred to as this. Wilson should get plenty of  targets in this game.

Jaylen Samuels $4,600

Samuels may be the higher owned of the two simply due to the thousand dollar savings. He is also attached to a better offense and better match up.

Davante Adams

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Wide Receiver

Antonio Brown $8,800

I fully expect to see Big Ben sling it around and his favorite target should also be yours this week.

Davante Adams $8,700

I do not know exactly what to expect from the Packer’s offense this week, yet I can expect Adams will continue to be the main beneficiary of the passing work.

DeAndre Hopkins $8,600

Hopkins is the top receiver in a game where I expect many points. He is the one I have to have if I am only picking one guy from this one.

Julio Jones $8,400

He got dinged a little last week and is likely to play in a possibly, high scoring game. I will have to check and make sure he is good to go for sure on Sunday and if he is he will be considered.

Michael Thomas $8,300

I do not think the Bucs can stop him. Catching 16 for 180 yards in the first meeting, I don’t have any reason to believe if the Saints force the issue with him that the results change.

Tyreek Hill $8,200

He is becoming an expensive option recently and last week he disappointed. Hopefully that shakes some people off of him this week.

Amari Cooper $6,900

The Eagles seem to be a great match up now with their whole secondary basically out each week. Cooper should have no problem getting open.

Josh Gordon $6,700

Xavien Howard has been ruled out. Gordon hasn’t really lived up to the hype as a Patriot and this could certainly be the week.

Alshon Jeffrey $6,300

I think the Eagles should look to get Jeffrey involved, as I think the Cowboys look to try their best to limit Zack Ertz.

D.J. Moore $6,300

He may be the new number one for the Panthers. The Browns are able to be passed on and with his speed, I always like his upside to take some long ones to the house.

Larry Fitzgerald $6,200

It appears it is just him and David Johnson keeping the offense afloat, so I lean to Fitz as a target this week as there are more options at running back to choose from.

Jarvis Landry $5,800

Juice Landry finally eclipsed the 100 yard mark last week and I am doubling down that it happens again this week.

Chris Godwin $5,600

He has emerged as a great red zone target and great receiver overall. At his price and in his match up, he should earn his value.

Courtland Sutton $5,600

How many line ups will have Sutton this week? He essentially no showed the last time he was in a similar spot after the Demarius Thomas trade. I still like him and think he does well.

Sterling Shepard $5,200

A late edition to the target list for me. After it was announced that Beckam will not play, that makes Shepard the number one receiver. I still do not love his match up, yet, his price will force his way into some line ups.

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Tight End

Travis Kelce $8,000

With Sammy Watkins out again the passing attack will lean on Kelce again to shoulder the load.

Zack Ertz $7,400

The last time he saw the Cowboys, he torched them for 14 receptions 145 yards and two touchdowns. I actually think the athletic linebackers will try their best to force other options to be involved. Ertz will still have a good day.

George Kittle $6,600

The only consistent piece the 49ers have had on offense all year, Kittle keeps chugging and will be very solid again this week.

Eric Ebron $6,400

If there will be points scored Ebron is likely to be in on the action. Look for him to add to his already impressive touchdown tally.

Evan Engram $5,000

He is back this week and could be one of the top receiving options for the Giants.

Mark Andrews $4,800

The Chiefs are likely to score and lead the game, forcing Lamar Jackson to pass. The early favorite target for Jackson has seemed to be Andrews.


Bills $4,200

The Jets offense as a whole is limping into this one. The Bills defense has looked legit all year and I have faith in them this week.

Cowboys $3,700

The times of the Cowboys defense as a super cheap option are gone yet they are still cheap and should be able to rack up sacks.

Browns $3,200

The Browns are in a good spot this week and are dirt cheap.


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