Week 14 DFS Fanduel Tournament Plays
DraftHustle’s Top Fanduel Tournament Game Plays of the Week!
Tyler Huntley – BAL ($7,000) vs Steelers
GPP lineups are all about upside, and that’s what Tyler Huntley provides for us this week. He is only $7,000 and starting in place of the injured Lamar Jackson. The entire football community is down on the Ravens offense, which is reflected in a projected 3% ownership for Huntley. His rushing floor makes him a solid cash game play if you want to go that route. If he can provide anything in the passing game, he becomes GPP gold allowing you to pay up for studs at other positions. The Steelers have the 3rd highest TD% allowed to QBs, so there is hope for a pass TD or 2.
D’Onta Foreman – CAR ($6,900) vs Seahawks
Since trading away Christian McCaffrey, the Panthers have leaned heavily on D’Onta Foreman, and he has delivered. He has rushed for at least 113 yards in 4 of his last 6 games. He is well rested coming off a bye week and has a great matchup against the Seahawks in week 14. Seattle has allowed the 3rd most Fanduel PPG to Running backs over the last 5 weeks. With the Panthers being underdogs, most DFS players will fade the Panthers RB, and that means he will be low owned in GPPS, making him a great contrarian play.
Jerry Jeudy – DEN ($6,500) vs Chiefs
With Courtland Sutton ruled out and the Broncos expected to be trailing a lot against the Chiefs, Jerry Jeudy should see plenty of work in week 14. The Broncos offense is arguably the worst in the league, but the matchup and the price make Jeudy a solid GPP play on this slate. The Chiefs rank in the bottom 7 in the league in receiving yards per game allowed, TD% allowed, and Fanduel PPG allowed to WRs this season. I love him as a pivot play from Adam Thielen who is $100 cheaper and projected at twice the ownership.
Mark Andrews –BAL ($6,800) vs Steelers
Mark Andrews has not been himself since returning from knee and shoulder injuries. He has not scored a TD, scored more than 9.3 Fanduel points, or had more than 63 receiving yards since week 6. All that struggling can mean only one thing: time to strike in DFS. With Huntley at QB the last 5 games in 2021, Mark Andrews averaged 11 targets, 8 catches, 110 receiving yards, and has 4 total TDS. Andrews faces the Pittsburgh Steelers who have given up at least 90 receiving yards or a TD to a TE in 3 of their last 4 games. With a $6,800 price tag, it’s rare to see Andrews this cheap, and his upside makes him a strong play this week.
Tennessee Titans – ($4,200) vs Jacksonville Jaguars
Prior to last week against arguably the best team in the league, the Tennessee Titans defense had allowed only an average of 16 points PPG to the previous 3 opponents while averaging 3 sacks a game. This week, they are at home and face a banged-up Jaguars team that has the 6th lowest Vegas implied team total on the slate. They also provide a little salary relief from the top plays on the main slate.
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