SuperDraft DFS picks and predictions for Week 14


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Similar to what has been provided in past weeks, here are three plays I will anchor my SuperDraft DFS lineups around. While there are typically five plays, I will provide three plays per week and add an “others to consider” section full of the players who round out the vast majority of my player pool.

This gives you the ability to lock in the key three and fill in around it. Below are my top three options for Week 14’s Sunday main slate.


Josh Jacobs, RB, Las Vegas Raiders (@ KC)

Score multiplier: 1.4x

An afterthought for the large part of the season in DFS, Josh Jacobs has found new life in this Vegas offense, and with Kenyan Drake done for the year, he should be a fixture moving forward.

He set a career-high in receptions in Week 13, hauling in nine catches for 38 yards and a touchdown, marking his sixth game this season with at least one receiving score and his second consecutive game with at least 20 touches. Having seen 85% of the snaps last week, he could be slated for another massive share of the snaps with Jalen Richard also on the COVID-19 list. Even with a projected negative game script, Jacobs’ passing-down work makes him an elite option at 1.4x.

Others to consider: Austin Ekeler (1.1x), Ezekiel Elliott (1.1x), Leonard Fournette (1.2x), Antonio Gibson (1.25x), Cordarrelle Patterson (1.25x), Jeff Wilson (1.55x)

Mike Williams, WR, Los Angeles Chargers (vs. NYG)

Score multiplier: 1.4x

Speaking of the COVID-19 list, Mike Williams has been recording negative tests every day this week, instilling optimism in his chances of returning on Sunday. If that’s the case, he immediately becomes a big-play receiver with a massive volume share, as Keenan Allen has already been ruled out.

Allen has led the team in both target share (26.92%) and air yard share (30.75%), opening up a massive void for Williams, who ranks second on the team in both of those metrics. James Bradberry is the best corner on the Giants, but he’s still allowed a 66% catch rate and 0.31 fantasy points per route this season, aligning closely with Williams’ 0.40 fantasy points per route. He’ll be popular given his multiplier, but it’s chalk worth eating.

Others to consider: Tyreek Hill (1x), Stefon Diggs (1.1x), Chris Godwin (1.25x), CeeDee Lamb (1.3x), Amari Cooper (1.3x), Hunter Renfrow (1.4x), Jarvis Landry (1.45x), Josh Palmer (2x)

Gerald Everett, TE, Seattle Seahawks (@ HOU)

Score multiplier: 1.65x

With fewer options on the slate at the tight end position with generous multipliers, I’m leaning toward punting the position with Gerald Everett. Even at 1.65x, Everett isn’t a traditional punt, as his volume and role over the last few weeks warrants a lower multiplier. Since Week 10, Everett has posted a higher target share than Tyler Lockett (20.5% to 19.75%) while tying him in touchdowns (1) while running 114 total routes. With Will Dissly only running 51, it’s safe to say Everett has a stranglehold on the tight end position.

At 1.65x with a respectable target share, Everett is my preferred punt in an exploitable matchup.

Others to consider: Travis Kelce (1x), George Kittle (1.2x), Rob Gronkowski (1.25x), Dalton Schultz (1.5x), Jared Cook (1.7x)

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