2021 NFL DFS Week 14 DraftKings Picks

by Kyle Williams
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Welcome to the 2021 NFL DFS Week 14 DraftKings Picks article!

Each week it's been a blessing to bring you this article. Hopefully, it's helped you out and made you at the very least some cash along the way. Obviously, that's the main goal. But another goal is to make sure you are always learning along the way as well.

If you have been following, I know you made money last week. Almost every guy in the article was a smash play including guys like Tom Brady and Chris Godwin.

Man, I love this sport and this game.

NFL DFS is crazy and each week we come more prepared for war. Now enough of the preamble, let's dive deep into this 2021 NFL DFS Week 14 DraftKings Picks.

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2021 NFL DFS Week 14 DraftKings Picks

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Quarterbacks

Josh Allen, $7,800

We saw Josh Allen and the Bills fumble the bag and the division last week against the Patriots. If you watched the post-game pressers, you know just how angry they are. Now, a pissed of Bills team takes on the Buccaneers defense that is awful.

The Bucs defense allows the 8th most PPG to the QB position and has been getting torched to the tune of 21.5 PPG. They have been allowing everyone and anyone to get by them on defense.

With an angry Bills offense and Allen who averages 24.7 DraftKings points per game, they should smash in this spot.

Dak Prescott, $6,700

Coming off of last week's debacle, Prescott is the cheapest he since Week 1 of the NFL season. That opens up value instantly for a QB averaging 21.6 DraftKings points per game this season.

The veteran QB takes on a bottom-five defensive unit in the NFL in the Washington Football Team as well. They allow the most DraftKings points per game to the QB position at 24 per game. They also allow 24.8 points per game and on top of that, boost the 30th ranked secondary in football.

With a full array of troops back including a fully ready Amari Cooper, Prescott should have a field day against this secondary.

Running Backs

Austin Ekeler, $8,300

The most expensive RB on the board but he also is the most reliable RB as well. Ekeler comes into Sunday with a cupcake matchup against the struggling NY Giants. They rank 25th against the run allowing 122.8 yards per game as well as allowing 26.4 points per game to the Rb position.

With Mike Williams and Keenan Allen both potentially out, Ekeler could be looking at an even more extended role through the ground game as the WR pair vacates a combined 19 targets per game.

I love this workhorse back to slot in for around 27 or more points if either WR misses in this must-win for the Chargers.

Josh Jacobs, $6,200

I'm all aboard the Jacobs train this weekend. Kenyan Drake last weekend broke his ankle and third-string back Jalen Richard both is on the COVID list, insert Jacobs as the lone back in the backfield.

We've seen him take the reigns the past few weeks logging 19.2 and 24 DraftKings points in consecutive weeks. Impressive for a guy who was on a 50/50 split early in the week.

With Jacobs having 15+ rush attempts paired with his 29 targets over the past five weeks, most in the NFL, he's an absolute must-play for me at this price point against the Chiefs horrendous defense.

Chuba Hubbard, $5,900

The last time we saw the Panthers play, Christian McCaffrey left with an ankle injury and was never seen again. Now, he's on injured reserve leaving Hubbard as the line back yet again. At $5,900 we are getting a workhorse back with upside.

In four games without CMC this season, we saw Hubbard score the following.

  • 21.4
  • 13.5
  • 9.6
  • 15.1

Those are fantastic numbers for the rookie back. His receiving work and 15+ carries per game have carried him even in low efficiency. With a matchup against the 6th worst defense against RB's on DraftKings, he shouldn't have a problem. The Falcons are allowing 26.8 DraftKings points per game after all.

Wide Receiver

Chris Godwin, $7,100

I touched on Josh Allen above and how I love the Buffalo passing attack against a bad defense. Well, the same applies to the other side. Brady and Godwin get to square off against a bruised secondary without its top-CB Tre'Davious White.

Boosting the top team total on the slate in a close game with a high over/under, Godwin makes sense as a great run-back option against the Bills.

Cole Beasley, $5,000

Stacking is one of the best things you can do, and stacking Beasley with Diggs, that's electric. Like I've said all article long, the Bills and Bucs are going to be in a shootout type of game. High over/under and high team totals set the game in the must win for both.

A $5,000 Beasley slotting up against the 27th ranked defense to the slot WR is such a bargain. The Buccaneers are one of just six defenses that have allowed triple-digit receptions to receivers aligned from the slot. This has led to some pretty solid performances for slot mavens like Russell Gage (11-130-0, 5-28-0), Cooper Kupp (9-96-2), Jakobi Meyers (8-70) and Kadarius Toney (7-40-0).

I'm firing up Beasley at his low price with the potential for double-digit targets.

Josh Palmer, $3,000

The Los Angeles Chargers are going to be starved at the WR position this weekend. Reports that potentially both Mike Williams and Keenan Allen will miss are swirling. If both do miss, there will be 19 vacated targets for the Chargers to play with.

The big bodied slot receiver gets a nice matchup as well against the Giants this weekend. He likely sees 6-8 targets and has touchdown potential. At just the flat minimum, it's hard to pass on this price.

Tight End

Dawson Knox, $5,000

After a brutal windy week in Buffalo, the Bills and Knox get a much easier matchup in much better weather environment. The Bills and Knox looked miserable dropping several passes but likely won't happen as they won't see 40+ MPH winds and rain.

Before this week, Knox scored 18.2 and 14.0 in his return from injury. Knox has been the definition of consistency this season with Allen at QB.

With an easy matchup and nice stacking ability, I love him in this spot.

Ricky Seals-Jones, $3,600

With Logan Thomas once again on injured reserve and now done for the season, the Football Team will look for RSJ to step up once again. So far this season with Thomas out, Seals-Jones has scored 9.1, 15.8, and 11.1 DraftKings points.

In each of those games, 9, 6, and 7 targets as well as 4 targets in each game with Thomas. His workload in unparalleled for a guy at this price point.

With Dallas the 28th ranked passing defense and middle of the pack scoring defense, Seals-Jones and his elite usage should be a very popular pick this weekend.



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