Fantasy Football, Week 14 – Players to line up and leave on the bench


Like every week, find our advice to field the best possible team in your fantasy leagues.

We remind you that we are not talking about stars, like Patrick Mahomes, Derrick Henry or Davante Adams, who are steadfast in the workforce. The idea is to help you with the choices for more delicate positions like those of WR2-3 or that of FLEX, and during « Bye Weeks ».


The players to line up

Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers)

He remains on a catastrophic game before the « bye week » of the Panthers, but he had been good during his first start the week before. I don’t know if he would be good, but I think he will do his stats on the floor. The Falcons are vulnerable and Christian McCaffrey’s injury will benefit Newton.

Taysom Hill (New Orleans Saints)

Despite several interceptions against Dallas, Taysom Hill had a good score in Fantasy because his legs do the job. He gained over 100 yards in this area last week and the Jets defense is not a benchmark.

Other QBs that can be lined up: Russell Wilson (SEA), Taylor Heinicke (WAS), Ben Roethlisberger (PIT)

The players to keep warm

Derek Carr (Las Vegas Raiders)

Very average last week, Derek Carr could finish in the same waters this weekend. Kansas City’s defense is very strong right now, Darren Waller’s absence weighs heavily, and Carr has a complicated history at Arrowhead Stadium.

Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons)

Life is complicated for Matt Ryan, who has to do without his best WRs and who is poorly protected. A pattern that promises to be difficult to manage against a very good defense from Carolina. The last clash, during Week 6, had gone badly for the QB.

Other QBs to leave on the bench: Teddy Bridgewater (DEN), Kirk Cousins ​​(MIN)


The players to line up

Chuba Hubbard (Carolina Panthers)

The rookie will start in the absence of Christian McCaffrey, and he had already been interesting in the games he started earlier in the season. He should have the ball on a regular basis and is a viable FLEX this week.

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Chuba Hubbard replaces injured Christian McCaffrey (Photo: Getty)

By Onta Foreman (Tennessee Titans)

Struggling in the air, the Titans should regularly use the ground game this weekend against Jacksonville. D’Onta Foreman is the most interesting RB, because he’s the one who should have the most touches. It’s up to him to do like Derrick Henry and to martyr the Jaguars.

Saquon Barkley (New York Giants)

The Giants’ RB’s season is clearly a disappointment, but this week seems like the time or never for him to put out a big game. The Chargers are still struggling to defend on the ground, where they allow a lot of yards and touchdowns.

Other RBs that can be lined up: AJ Dillon (GB), Devonta Freeman (BAL), Javonte Williams (DEN)

Players to keep warm

Mike Davis (Atlanta Falcons)

He scored against the Bucs last weekend, but be careful not to ignite. Its usage remains very low, with few touches per game, and that seems to be the trend when Cordarrelle Patterson is playing. Even against his former team, he is too risky a choice.

Devin Singletary (Buffalo Bills)

No RB manages to win on the backfield of the Bills, who share the work between Devin Singletary, Zack Moss and Matt Breida. The balls should be further diluted this week, and the Bucs’ ground defense is formidable.

Other RB to leave on the bench: Tevin Coleman (NYJ), Adrian Peterson (SEA)


The players to line up

Jarvis Landry (Cleveland Browns)

The Browns ‘WR signed their best game of the season in their first clash against Baltimore in Week 12. The current state of the Ravens’ sidelines is cause for concern following the injury to Marlon Humphrey.

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Jarvis Landry and the Browns aim for an offensive rebound (Photo: AP)

Russell Gage (Atlanta Falcons)

Since Calvin Ridley has been out, Russell Gage has established himself as the number 1 WR. Matt Ryan seems to trust him and he is regularly targeted. His last two games are very good and inspire confidence in his minimum potential.

Other WRs that can be lined up: Michael Gallup (DAL), Julio Jones (TEN), Van Jefferson (LAR), Elijah Moore (NYJ), Jerry Jeudy (DEN)

The players to keep warm

Brandin Cooks (Houston Texans)

Free Brandin Cooks! The message doesn’t change as the WR is lost in the horror of the Houston attack. Davis Mills’ possible return to the center of attack may help a bit, but difficult to trust this team right now.

Courtland Sutton (Denver Broncos)

The trend is confirmed in Denver, since Courtland Sutton is absent subscribers. This has been the case since the return of Jerry Jeudy, who is the only viable WR for the Broncos. Sutton’s playing volume is just not enough to have him on his team.

Other WRs to leave on the bench: Emmanuel Sanders (BUF), Kenny Golladay (NYG)


The players to line up

Evan Engram (New York Giants)

Engram found color in a New York attack on the street … This week, it’s Jake Fromm’s turn to start for the Giants, and he should often look for a solution in the short game, and in particular his TE.

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It’s getting better for Evan Engram (Photo: NFL)

Austin Hooper (Cleveland Browns)

If you need an emergency TE, why not bring Austin Hooper. The Browns player is not sexy, but he can take advantage of the likely absence of David Njoku (Covid) and the weaknesses of the Baltimore defense in this area.

Other TEs that can be aligned: Dawson Knox (BUF), Cole Kmet (CHI)

Players to keep warm

Tyler Higbee (Los Angeles Rams)

For a long time, the Cardinals struggled to cover tight ends, but that’s no longer the case. The franchise has worked well on this weak area and is now one of the good students in this sector. Not good for Tyler Higbee.

Other TEs to leave on the bench: CJ Uzomah (CIN), Dalton Schultz (DAL)


Defenses to align

Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks’ defense is playing pretty well right now, but it’s mostly Houston’s offensive shortcomings that make this matchup appealing. The Texans remain on a bubble against the Colts.

Tennessee titans

The Titans were off last weekend and they had time to cool off. Enough to come back motivated and benefit from a very generous Jacksonville team.

Other interesting defenses: Packers, Chargers, Broncos, Saints, Cardinals, Steelers

The tusks to keep warm

Buffalo bills

The Bills’ defense is one of the best in Fantasy this season, but no team is recommended against Tom Brady and his Bucs.

Los Angeles Rams

The Rams go from one of the coolest teams in the league (Jacksonville), to one of the toughest to beat (Arizona). And with Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins returning, the story gets even more complicated.

Washington Football Team

Few teams have scored many points against Dallas this year. Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb should be back on top, making this attack very dangerous again. Washington’s defense is getting better, but don’t get excited.


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