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Week 14 Fantasy Football Rankings From the Most Accurate Experts

Dec 7, 2019

Here’s a look at Week 14 fantasy football rankings from our most accurate experts so far this season. These rankings are for standard scoring fantasy football formats.

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Week 14 Quarterback Rankings

Rank Quarterbacks Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Lamar Jackson BAL at BUF 1 6 1.3 0.7 21.5
2 Aaron Rodgers GB vs. WAS 1 8 2.8 1.5 19.4
3 Deshaun Watson HOU vs. DEN 1 12 3.3 1.2 19.3
4 Russell Wilson SEA at LAR 1 9 3.9 1.3 19.2
5 Patrick Mahomes KC at NE 3 12 5 1.4 19
6 Carson Wentz PHI vs. NYG 2 11 5.6 1.3 18.8
7 Jameis Winston TB vs. IND 4 13 7.3 1.4 18.4
8 Kirk Cousins MIN vs. DET 3 14 7.9 2 18.3
9 Dak Prescott DAL at CHI 5 18 9.3 1.3 18.2
10 Matt Ryan ATL vs. CAR 4 28 11 3.1 18
11 Sam Darnold NYJ vs. MIA 7 19 11.2 2 17.6
12 Ryan Tannehill TEN at OAK 10 25 12.3 2 17.5
13 Kyler Murray ARI vs. PIT 9 22 13.4 2.2 16.9
14 Tom Brady NE vs. KC 10 21 14.2 2.2 16.7
15 Josh Allen BUF vs. BAL 7 24 14.6 2.3 16.7
16 Jared Goff LAR vs. SEA 10 20 15.9 2.2 16.6
17 Baker Mayfield CLE vs. CIN 10 29 16.4 2.8 16.2
18 Ryan Fitzpatrick MIA at NYJ 13 27 18.2 2.3 15.6
19 Drew Brees NO vs. SF 12 24 18.2 2.2 15.2
20 Jacoby Brissett IND at TB 14 26 19.3 2.1 15.1

 
Kirk Cousins (MIN)
I‘ll admit it; it‘s fun to make fun of Kirk Cousins and talk about how bad he is. The Vikings’ QB is now 0-8 on MNF. Hilarious. However, he did not play bad and he has been pretty solid overall for Minnesota this season. This is a get-right spot for this Vikings team. Adam Thielen will likely be back for Cousins, and the Lions have given up the seventh-most points to QBs over the past five weeks. Cousins is a borderline QB option this week, only because the Vikings could lean on both of their RBs once the game gets out of hand.

Sam Darnold (NYJ)
Darnold is the exact reason why player evaluations during the regular season and playoffs are vastly different. In the regular season, Darnold was worth a stash and a spot-start. Since then, he‘s proven that he‘s going to be inconsistent no matter the matchup. Even against the Dolphins in Week 14, you should look for more consistent options unless you‘re desperate for some upside in your lineup.

Ryan Tannehill (TEN)
Since taking over in Week 7, the Titans quarterback has more fantasy points per game than Russell Wilson, Deshuan Watson, Kyler Murray and Patrick Mahomes. Oh, and he did despite contests against the Chargers, Panthers, Chiefs and Colts, all of which have strong secondaries. As I mentioned with Brown, the Titans have a cake matchup this week in Oakland and as a result, I‘d rather start him than Dak versus the Bears, Kyler versus Pittsburgh or Matt Ryan against Carolina.

Jared Goff (LAR)
He did exactly as he was expected to last week against the Cardinals. He took advantage of a plus-matchup, which is something he‘s done this year. The next question is: Are the Seahawks one of those plus-matchups we seek? Not exactly, though they‘re not as good as some think, either. They have allowed 8-of-12 quarterbacks finish as the QB14 or better this year, with the four who failed to do so being Teddy Bridgewater, Carson Wentz, Jimmy Garoppolo, and Mason Rudolph, though each of them threw at least one touchdown. They have yet to allow a quarterback average more than 8.85 yards per attempt but have allowed four 335-plus yard games because there has been six different quarterbacks who‘ve totaled at least 44 pass attempts. Goff was one of them when he completed 29-of-49 passes for 395 yards and one touchdown back in their Week 5 meeting. In their two matchups last year, Goff totaled 321/1 and 318/2, though it is worth noting that was before his bad stretch started. Is this a defense that he and McVay understand well? It‘s possible. Goff should be considered a mid-to-high-end QB2 while at home this week. Don‘t forget he‘s still thrown just 20 touchdowns in his last 20 games.

Week 14 Running Back Rankings

Rank Running Backs Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Derrick Henry TEN at OAK 1 5 1.1 0.3 20.9
2 Christian McCaffrey CAR at ATL 1 3 2.3 0.6 14.9
3 Ezekiel Elliott DAL at CHI 2 7 3.1 0.7 14.9
4 Nick Chubb CLE vs. CIN 1 6 4.6 0.9 14.6
5 Leonard Fournette JAC vs. LAC 2 7 4.8 1 14.2
6 Dalvin Cook MIN vs. DET 3 15 6.1 1.3 14.1
7 Aaron Jones GB vs. WAS 6 15 7.6 1.3 14
8 Melvin Gordon LAC at JAC 5 11 7.9 0.9 13.8
9 Alvin Kamara NO vs. SF 3 10 8.6 0.6 13.6
10 Le’Veon Bell NYJ vs. MIA 5 14 10.4 1 13.4
11 Saquon Barkley NYG at PHI 8 18 10.5 1.5 13.3
12 Josh Jacobs OAK vs. TEN 10 21 12.8 2.1 13.2
13 Todd Gurley LAR vs. SEA 12 15 13 0.6 13
14 Mark Ingram BAL at BUF 12 19 14.2 1.6 11.3
15 Miles Sanders PHI vs. NYG 11 22 14.7 1.3 10.9
16 Chris Carson SEA at LAR 12 19 16.5 1.3 10.7
17 Phillip Lindsay DEN at HOU 14 21 16.9 1 10.7
18 Devonta Freeman ATL vs. CAR 8 20 17.2 1.4 10.6
19 Joe Mixon CIN at CLE 15 23 19.3 1.5 10.5
20 Sony Michel NE vs. KC 14 30 20.3 2.8 10.1
21 Devin Singletary BUF vs. BAL 18 24 21 1.3 10
22 Austin Ekeler LAC at JAC 16 26 21.8 0.7 9.8
23 David Montgomery CHI vs. DAL 19 27 22.1 1.6 9.8
24 Kareem Hunt CLE vs. CIN 22 28 24.7 1 9.2
25 Benny Snell Jr. PIT at ARI 22 44 26.2 2.4 9.2
26 Derrius Guice WAS at GB 18 38 26.6 2.9 8.9
27 Jamaal Williams GB vs. WAS 23 31 27.9 1.6 8.8
28 James White NE vs. KC 24 33 29.1 2.9 8.5
29 Rashaad Penny SEA at LAR 27 34 29.3 1.8 8.4
30 Kenyan Drake ARI vs. PIT 26 33 30 1.3 8.2
31 Bo Scarbrough DET at MIN 26 40 31.2 4.6 8.2
32 LeSean McCoy KC at NE 29 41 32.4 1.7 7.8
33 Carlos Hyde HOU vs. DEN 32 42 35.3 2.1 7.8
34 Ronald Jones II TB vs. IND 28 40 35.6 2.4 7.6
35 Alexander Mattison MIN vs. DET 23 50 35.7 5.5 7.5
36 Duke Johnson HOU vs. DEN 30 44 35.8 3.9 7.2
37 Tarik Cohen CHI vs. DAL 32 41 36.8 1.5 7.1
38 Patrick Laird MIA at NYJ 28 47 37.9 3.5 7.1
39 Tevin Coleman SF at NO 35 48 40.2 3.2 7
40 Raheem Mostert SF at NO 36 45 40.7 2.2 7
41 Latavius Murray NO vs. SF 37 49 41.6 3.1 6.9
42 Jaylen Samuels PIT at ARI 31 48 42.4 3.5 6.7
43 Royce Freeman DEN at HOU 36 47 42.7 1.6 6.5
44 Adrian Peterson WAS at GB 38 49 43.9 2.3 6.4
45 Darwin Thompson KC at NE 29 57 44.6 4.3 6.4
46 Peyton Barber TB vs. IND 44 49 46.7 1.2 6
47 Matt Breida SF at NO 32 56 47.9 4.4 6
48 Jordan Wilkins IND at TB 37 62 49.5 5.8 5.8
49 David Johnson ARI vs. PIT 47 54 50.6 1.7 5.3
50 Gus Edwards BAL at BUF 47 59 50.8 2.5 5.3

 
Melvin Gordon (LAC)
This backfield split over the last four weeks has gone like this: Gordon 89 opportunities (76 carries, 13 targets), Ekeler 55 opportunities (32 carries, 23 targets). Knowing that targets are worth an average of 2.3 times as much as carries in PPR formats, their opportunity is closer than it seems, and more like a 55/45 split. It‘s Gordon‘s area of dominance this week, though. The Jaguars have been straight-up dominated against the run over the last four games, allowing 638 yards and 106 carries (6.02 yards per carry) and seven rushing touchdowns. They‘ve allowed multiple rushing touchdowns in each of the last three games, as the loss of Marcell Dareus has proven to be too much. Knowing Gordon‘s hit 20-plus carries in three of the last four games and that he‘s gotten 15 of the 20 goal-line carries in that time, he should be locked into lineups as an RB1 this week. Knowing that Ekeler‘s opportunity is worth more than most think, his role shouldn‘t be needed as much in this contest.

Miles Sanders (PHI)
Over the last two weeks with Jordan Howard on the shelf, Sanders has totaled 44 touches and played 124-of-143 snaps. I purposely left out the Patriots game, as that‘ll negatively impact anyone‘s numbers. Sanders has compiled 191 total yards and a touchdown the last two weeks, though it‘s still felt a bit empty. Maybe it‘s because they played the Dolphins in one of them. If Howard remains out, Sanders will play a Giants defense that has played extremely well against the run over the last three weeks. It coincides with them acquiring Leonard Williams from the Jets, as he‘s had a massive impact against the run. During those last three weeks, Le‘Veon Bell, David Montgomery, and Aaron Jones each failed to finish with more than 68 total yards. Bell was the only one who found the end zone, propping him up to an RB10 finish. The Jets, Bears, and Packers backfields combined to average just 2.38 yards per carry in those games. The point is that it‘s not a pushover matchup on the ground. The only two running backs who‘ve scored more than 16.8 PPR points against them this year have been the two running backs who totaled 27-plus touches. Sanders should be started as a low-end RB2 if Howard remains out, but it‘s not as great of a spot as some may think.

Joe Mixon (CIN)
He‘s totaled at least 16 touches in each of the last five games, as the Bengals are letting him run with the workhorse job. Even more good news is that he ran a season-high 22 pass routes yesterday in a game they were leading throughout. Is it possible that he‘s finally going to be utilized in the passing game like he should? The Browns have been slightly below average on both the ground and through the air to running backs, and we just watched Benny Snell turn in 67 yards and a touchdown against them on 17 touches last week. There have been just nine running backs who‘ve totaled double-digit carries against the Browns this year, which is odd in itself, but the worrisome part is that just six of them finished as top-36 options. Mark Ingram, Sony Michel, and Todd Gurley failed to get into that territory, though that‘s likely due to the fact that they combined for exactly zero yards through the air. The remaining six all finished as top-24 options. Knowing we‘re trending in the right direction with Mixon‘s passing usage, he should be in lineups as a stable low-end RB2 this week.

Derrius Guice (WAS)
The Packers have surrendered the seventh-most fantasy points to RBs this season, gave Saquon Barkley a resurrection last week, and Washington is likely to run the ball 30 times again this week, with how well it worked out for them in Carolina in Week 13. Guice has been great since returning from injury, and he had 129 yards and two touchdowns on the ground last week on only 10 carries. He‘s best valued as a low end RB2 this week, but last week showed his upside.

Week 14 Wide Receiver Rankings

Rank Wide Receivers Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 Davante Adams GB vs. WAS 1 3 1.2 0.4 13.9
2 Michael Thomas NO vs. SF 2 3 2.6 0.5 13
3 Mike Evans TB vs. IND 1 7 3.6 1.7 12.3
4 DeAndre Hopkins HOU vs. DEN 1 10 4.7 1.2 12.1
5 Chris Godwin TB vs. IND 3 6 4.9 1.3 12
6 Tyreek Hill KC at NE 1 9 5 1.5 11.1
7 D.J. Moore CAR at ATL 5 11 7.1 0.9 10.8
8 Julian Edelman NE vs. KC 6 10 8.3 0.8 10.7
9 Cooper Kupp LAR vs. SEA 7 12 9.1 1.1 10.5
10 Julio Jones ATL vs. CAR 5 25 11.2 3.1 10.5
11 Stefon Diggs MIN vs. DET 8 21 11.8 2.9 10.3
12 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE vs. CIN 9 20 12.1 1.6 10.3
13 Keenan Allen LAC at JAC 11 16 12.8 1.4 10.1
14 Allen Robinson CHI vs. DAL 11 21 15.6 1.8 10
15 Devante Parker MIA at NYJ 12 22 15.6 1.5 9.9
16 Jarvis Landry CLE vs. CIN 14 19 15.9 1.1 9.7
17 Amari Cooper DAL at CHI 4 30 16.8 3.3 9.7
18 Courtland Sutton DEN at HOU 13 22 18.9 3.1 9.7
19 Tyler Lockett SEA at LAR 12 23 19.1 2.9 9.6
20 Calvin Ridley ATL vs. CAR 15 23 19.3 1.9 9.3
21 D.J. Chark JAC vs. LAC 10 31 20.4 3.6 9.1
22 Robert Woods LAR vs. SEA 12 27 20.9 1.8 9.1
23 Alshon Jeffery PHI vs. NYG 15 27 23.1 2.6 8.8
24 John Brown BUF vs. BAL 20 32 23.7 1.6 8.7
25 Kenny Golladay DET at MIN 22 27 25.3 1 8.7
26 Tyler Boyd CIN at CLE 18 31 25.9 3.1 8.6
27 Robby Anderson NYJ vs. MIA 24 39 27.2 3.1 8.6
28 Will Fuller HOU vs. DEN 23 33 28.3 2.1 8.6
29 D.K. Metcalf SEA at LAR 26 35 29.4 1.8 8.5
30 Michael Gallup DAL at CHI 20 34 29.6 2 8.3
31 Christian Kirk ARI vs. PIT 26 37 29.9 1.7 8.1
32 Marvin Jones DET at MIN 24 43 33.5 4.1 8.1
33 Jamison Crowder NYJ vs. MIA 30 38 33.9 2 8.1
34 Curtis Samuel CAR at ATL 29 37 34.9 1.3 8
35 Deebo Samuel SF at NO 32 42 35.8 2.8 8
36 James Washington PIT at ARI 28 46 36.9 3.1 7.9
37 Mike Williams LAC at JAC 32 44 37.6 3.5 7.8
38 Sterling Shepard NYG at PHI 28 52 38 3.5 7.8
39 Zach Pascal IND at TB 31 48 39 1.5 7.7
40 A.J. Brown TEN at OAK 36 49 39.6 3 7.7
41 Terry McLaurin WAS at GB 32 46 40.1 1.5 7.6
42 Tyrell Williams OAK vs. TEN 36 44 40.9 1.4 7.6
43 Anthony Miller CHI vs. DAL 32 49 43.8 3.3 7.4
44 Marquise Brown BAL at BUF 40 47 44.6 1.7 7.2
45 Brandin Cooks LAR vs. SEA 43 54 44.7 1.6 7.1
46 Dede Westbrook JAC vs. LAC 38 49 46.5 1.9 6.7
47 Darius Slayton NYG at PHI 43 54 46.7 2 6.7
48 Sammy Watkins KC at NE 44 59 48.8 2.3 6.6
49 Emmanuel Sanders SF at NO 25 56 49 1.1 6.5
50 Golden Tate NYG at PHI 33 68 49.9 5.5 6.5
51 Larry Fitzgerald ARI vs. PIT 45 56 50.8 0.9 6.5
52 Cole Beasley BUF vs. BAL 50 57 51.6 1.3 6.5
53 Russell Gage ATL vs. CAR 45 63 54.9 2.8 6.4
54 Corey Davis TEN at OAK 54 60 55 1.2 6.1
55 Diontae Johnson PIT at ARI 51 68 55.6 3.2 6.1
56 Auden Tate CIN at CLE 52 60 55.8 1.6 5.9
57 Randall Cobb DAL at CHI 50 67 56.8 2.4 5.8
58 Allen Hurns MIA at NYJ 53 62 57.3 1.6 5.8
59 Chris Conley JAC vs. LAC 54 67 60.3 2.3 5.6
60 Allen Lazard GB vs. WAS 55 73 61.9 2.4 5.5

 
Stefon Diggs (MIN)
It was an ugly game for Diggs on Monday night football, as he dropped multiple passes that should‘ve been caught and suffered what seemed to be a sprained ankle, though he returned to the game. It‘s been feast-or-famine with him all season, as he‘s had five games with 108-plus yards but has finished with 52 yards or less in the other seven games. The last time these two teams played, Darius Slay had to leave in the game early (so did Thielen), and it led to Diggs racking up seven catches for 143 yards on just eight targets. Slay will be on the field for this game, but with Thielen back, you must wonder how the Lions will handle the duo. As a team, the Lions have now allowed a massive 38.5 PPR points per game to wide receivers, which ranks bottom-five in the league. They‘ve now allowed 16 different wide receivers to finish as top-24 options, including seven of them in the top-10. If I had to guess, Thielen would be back for this game, but it does help the passing game‘s stability to know that even if Dalvin Cook plays, he‘s not at 100 percent. You have to live with the ups and downs of Diggs, who should be considered a mid-to-low-end WR2 for this contest who has a lower floor than most in that area of the rankings.

D.J. Chark (JAC)
It‘s so hard to tell what‘s good or what‘s bad for Chark nowadays, as Foles targeted him 15 times in their first game, leading us to believe he‘d raise Chark‘s value. Over the last two weeks, in plus matchups, he finished with just seven catches for 85 yards in the two games combined. He has Minshew back under center, which is likely a good thing, but the matchup against the Chargers is a tough one. They‘ve allowed just one 100-yard receiver all season, and that was Kenny Golladay all the way back in Week 2. In fact, they‘ve allowed just six wide receivers to finish better than the WR29 all season. That‘s a bit ridiculous. There have been just six receivers who‘ve hit the 13-PPR-point threshold, which ranks as the second-best mark in the league, behind only the Patriots who‘ve allowed five. You‘re likely going to see Casey Hayward cover Chark much of the day, and that‘s not a good thing. He‘s allowed just 20-of-39 passing for 258 yards in his coverage this year, and though he allowed two touchdowns to Courtland Sutton last week, he was right there where he was supposed to be in coverage, but Sutton just played out of his mind. You should dial back expectations for Chark in this tough matchup, as he should be considered a high-end WR3 rather than the borderline WR1 we thought he was.

Tyler Boyd (CIN)
Boyd figures to still be the main threat on the Bengals offense, making him worthy of WR2 status as they will likely be playing from behind. John Ross III is slated to make his return from injury this week, so keep an eye on that and whether or not he cuts into Boyd‘s work.

D.K. Metcalf (SEA)
At what point do we anoint Metcalf as the No. 1 receiver for Wilson? He‘s now seen 46 targets over the last six games and in that time, he‘s averaged 4.7 receptions for 61.5 yards and 0.5 touchdowns. Over the course of a full 16-game season, that‘d be 123 targets, 75 receptions, 984 yards, and eight touchdowns. Those are every-week starter numbers. He‘s going to be pushed this week, though. Lining up at LWR where he does almost all the time, you have to wonder if the Rams just stick Jalen Ramsey on him all game. Ramsey has been on the other side of the field when he‘s not shadowing, so there‘s a chance he doesn‘t see Metcalf very often, but using rational coaching, it makes sense. Ramsey has allowed 20-of-28 passes to be completed in his coverage with the Rams but he‘s allowed 253 yards and no touchdowns on them. Still, the Rams have allowed just one 100-yard receiver all season, so it‘s not like it‘s a playground outside of Ramsey. Metcalf should be right there with Lockett in the mid-to-high-end WR3 range.

Week 14 Tight End Rankings

Rank Tight Ends Team Opp Best Worst Avg Std Dev Proj. Pts
1 George Kittle SF at NO 1 3 1.4 0.6 10
2 Travis Kelce KC at NE 1 4 2 0.8 9.1
3 Zach Ertz PHI vs. NYG 1 9 3.3 1.2 8.7
4 Hunter Henry LAC at JAC 2 7 4.1 0.4 8.4
5 Darren Waller OAK vs. TEN 2 6 4.8 1 8.1
6 Mark Andrews BAL at BUF 4 9 6.4 1.2 7.7
7 Jack Doyle IND at TB 5 15 7.1 0.9 6.8
8 Dallas Goedert PHI vs. NYG 7 12 9.8 1.4 6.1
9 Jared Cook NO vs. SF 7 19 10.1 2.6 5.9
10 Vance McDonald PIT at ARI 8 13 11.4 1.2 5.5
11 Austin Hooper ATL vs. CAR 5 23 11.8 6.3 5.4
12 Kyle Rudolph MIN vs. DET 10 20 13.8 3 5.3
13 Ryan Griffin NYJ vs. MIA 6 20 13.8 1.9 5.2
14 Tyler Higbee LAR vs. SEA 9 24 13.8 2.5 5.1
15 Jacob Hollister SEA at LAR 10 20 14.9 2.1 5.1
16 Mike Gesicki MIA at NYJ 8 18 15.4 1 4.9
17 Noah Fant DEN at HOU 14 22 18.5 1.7 4.8
18 Jason Witten DAL at CHI 14 22 19.1 1.3 4.5
19 O.J. Howard TB vs. IND 12 24 19.2 3.1 4.5
20 Jimmy Graham GB vs. WAS 15 26 21.2 2.6 4.4

 
Jack Doyle (IND)
In Week 13, Doyle had 11 targets – his most since Week 8 of 2017. Doyle looks to be one of the main beneficiaries of all of the Colts injuries, and he is now firmly in TE1 territory, with only five or so tight ends ahead of him.

Dallas Goedert (PHI)
There were some question marks surrounding Ertz‘s hamstring last week, but he did play a full complement of snaps, so we must assume he‘s okay. He was out-targeted and out-produced by Goedert, though. The Giants were without safety Jabril Peppers last week, though the Packers only targeted their tight ends four times, which resulted in two catches for 17 yards and a touchdown. On the year, they have allowed the third-fewest points to the tight end position, though they have only faced an average of 5.0 targets per week. Let‘s be clear: That won‘t happen this week. The Eagles duo has averaged 13.3 targets per game. On a per-play basis, the Giants have allowed 1.75 PPR points per target, which is actually above the league average. Both of these tight ends should be considered must-plays in this matchup with Ertz as a high-end TE1 and Goedert as a middling TE1.

Vance McDonald (PIT)
We‘ve reached a truly tough crossroads with the tight end position and just how bad the Cardinals defense is against them. Is McDonald worse than they are? Maybe. He‘s totaled 46 targets this year but you (yes, you reading this) have as many games with more than 40 yards than he does. Hodges has started two games, and in those games, McDonald has totaled just four targets combined. Ugh. The Cardinals have allowed a 76.0 percent completion-rate (highest in NFL), 9.40 yards per target (2nd-highest), and a touchdown every 8.0 targets (most often). It all amounts to 2.45 PPR points per target. It‘s kind of ridiculous at this point. This matchup is literally the only time you should contemplate McDonald. We can‘t guarantee more than a few targets with how little Hodges throws, so he‘s a borderline TE1/TE2 this week who you don‘t have to use if you really don‘t want to.

Mike Gesicki (MIA)
The matchup this week against the Jets is among the toughest for opposing tight ends so you likely won‘t want to use Gesicki in it. With that said, he has been getting consistent target and air yards, enough so to make stash-worthy.

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