2020 Week 14 DFS Plays on Draftkings

Last Week’s team (159.30 total, ~150 cash line):

Aaron Rodgers (23.50)

Dalvin Cook (26.90)

David Montgomery (27.10)

Cooper Kupp (15.30)

Brandin Cooks (11.50)

Keke Coutee (25.10)

Anthony Firkser (10.10)

Austin Ekeler (10.80)

Seahawks (9.00)



Aaron Rodgers ($7500) gets another cake matchup this week against the Lions. If we truly believe that Aaron is padding his stats going for the MVP award then we should expect him to get another 3/4 TD in this spot.

Others to Consider:

Ryan Tannehill ($6700) is an excellent pivot off the more chalky RBs in this game. The Titans are implied for 30 points in this matchup, and I believe a few of those will be coming through the air.



Derrick Henry ($8700) is in arguably the best situation we can get him in for fantasy purposes. Over a touchdown favorite against the leagues worst defense, in December. I don’t normally like to play Henry at this price, but it is hard to see a scenario where he fails to reach 100 yards or get a TD in this spot.

Off the Board:

Deandre Washington ($4000) is expected to get the bulk of the work in Miami’s backfield with Gaskin now out. Washington can catch passes, and pass catching backs tend to do well against Kansas City because of normal game flows of trailing.

Others to Consider:

David Montgomery ($6500) has faced two easy RB matchups in a row, and eclipsed 20 DKPTs in both weeks. He gets another good matchup and expects to see 18+ touches. Aaron Jones ($7600) is an excellent GPP play, as a pivot off the GB passing attack, on a team with 31 implied points. James Robinson ($7500) is in play every week because of his massive role that includes passing work on a team that is always trailing.



Breshad Perriman ($3900) is in a great spot against a Seahawks defense that has allowed the most point to WR in the league. Denzel Mims is out and Jamison Crowder may miss, so this could be Perriman’s offense on Sunday.

Off the Board:

Michael Thomas ($7100) may get overlooked with Taysom Hill passing him the ball. However, the amount that Taysom targets Slant Boy means his upside if he were to get a TD in this spot against a questionable PHI secondary could win you the week.

Others to Consider:

Braxton Berrios ($3000) could be in line for 5+ targets if Jamison Crowder were to miss this game. Robby Anderson ($6200) and Curtis Samuel ($5200) come off the bye to face a banged up Denver secondary with DJ Moore and CMC out. The added opportunity and matchup put them both in play for me this week.



Logan Thomas ($3300) is back on my list of TE this week, after his 9/98/1 performance on Monday night. I expect the Niners to scheme Terry out of the game like the Steelers did, opening up the opportunity for another spiked target game for LT3.

Others to Consider:

Travis Kelce ($7400) is the best raw TE play on the slate. If you work salary around at other positions and can fit him, I think he’s relatively even with the Michael Thomas and Calvin Ridley plays.