2021 Fantasy Football Week 14 Waiver Wire

by Jonathan Chan
2021 Fantasy Football Week 14 Waiver Wire

Lions win! Lions win!

The Detroit Lions finally got their first win of the season. And they did it in spectacular fashion, walking off the Minnesota Vikings.

Jared Goff finally got his first win without Sean McVay as his head coach and Dan Campbell can enjoy his first as head coach in Detroit.

The now 1-10-1 Lions will look to extend their season-best winning streak in Week 14 against the Denver Broncos. 

The 2021 Fantasy Football Week 14 Waiver Wire will try to focus on players rostered in under 35% of Yahoo leagues.

2021 Fantasy Football Week 14 Waiver Wire

Manage all your Fantasy teams in every league in just one place. Sign up to use the FantasyPros My Playbook.


Taysom Hill, New Orleans Saints (34% rostered)

Embed from Getty Images
Hill did not have a good real-life game on Thursday, completing just 19-of-41 pass attempts for 264 yards and four interceptions. But we don’t really care about that, do we?

Hill’s 24.66 Fantasy points were good enough for QB4 through Sunday’s games, thanks to a pair of touchdown passes and 101 yards on the ground. 

Hill will be attempting to play through a “mallet finger” injury, which could further affect his throwing. However, the Saints’ QB has a good floor thanks to his rushing ability and has a nice bounceback spot against the Jets in Week 14.

Running Backs

D’Onta Foreman, Tennessee Titans (40% rostered)

Embed from Getty Images
Foreman was the Titans’ lead running back in their Week 12 loss to the New England Patriots. The former Houston Texan gained 109 yards on 19 carries against New England but lost a key fumble early in the third quarter.

Despite the miscue, Foreman should have at least a 50-50 split with Dontrelle Hilliard (also 40% rostered) against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 14. Although the Titans’ offense has struggled without Derrick Henry, they should have no problems moving the ball on the ground against the Jags.

Kenneth Gainwell, Philadelphia Eagles (12% rostered)

This went so well last time Miles Sanders got hurt that we just have to try it again. After Sanders went down with an ankle injury, Gainwell became the main ‘back for the Eagles. The rookie took 12 carries for 54 yards and a touchdown while adding five receptions for 33 yards.

Without Boston Scott and Jordan Howard available, Gainwell performed well in an increased role. The Eagles have a bye this week but Gainell is still worth an add for managers with bench room in the event that Sanders is unable to play in Week 15. Just keep in mind that he has a very low floor is Scott and Howard are able to suit up.

Other Options: Adrian Peterson, Seattle Seahawks (17% rostered)

Wide Receiver

Russell Gage, Atlanta Falcons (34% rostered)

Embed from Getty Images
Gage has been the Falcons’ No.1 wide receiver in the absence of Calvin Ridley. Since the beginning of November, Gage has averaged over seven targets per game and has been out-targeted Kyle Pitts (38-32) over that span.

Gage had his best game of the season last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, catching 11 passes for 130 yards. Gage should once again be in for a heavy workload in Week 14 against the Carolina Panthers.

The receiver has a decent floor thanks to the volume he’s been seeing and could be a low-end WR3 in the final regular-season matchup in many fantasy leagues.

Other Options: K.J. Osborn, Minnesota Vikings (4% rostered)

Tight Ends

Tyler Conklin, Minnesota Vikings (30% rostered)

Embed from Getty Images
Adam Thielen sustained a high-ankle sprain in Week 13 and will likely miss multiple weeks. Conklin saw a bump in targets in his absence, drawing nine from Kirk Cousins and catching seven for 56 yards.

Receiver K.J. Osborn will see more opportunities as well, but Conklin should soak up enough of Thielen’s targets to become a low-end streamer this week against the Steelers.

Cole Kmet, Chicago Bears (26% rostered)

Kmet continued to see solid volume in the Bears’ offense with another seven targets in Week 13. The production didn’t quite follow, as he caught just three passes for 41 yards against the Cardinals.

However, the seven targets were the seventh-most among tight ends this past week and he should continue to be the Bears No. 2 passing option behind Darnell Mooney.

Thanks for reading the 2021 Fantasy Football Week 14 Waiver Wire. Make sure to check out more Fantasy Football content.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

F6P Badges Banner

Follow us on social media


A Six Pack of Fantasy Sports

Copyright © 2024 Fantasy Six Pack.