Lockdown Corner Week 14 Draftkings Daily Fantasy Football Advice

Lockdown Corner is back again with complete look at the week 14 games froma Draftkings Pricing Perspective

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With that being said, lets take a look at the DraftKings pricing. I hope this Week 14 Fantasy Football Player Picks Advice helps you win some money this weekend! Shoot me any questions or comments.

Steelers @ Bengals (47)

Pittsburgh Steelers

Ben Roethlisberger($8200)
His price has gone up so much that its just below the elite QBs in the NFL which makes me want to stay away from Big Ben. The Bengals pass defense has gotten better the last few weeks as well.

LeVeon Bell ($9400)
Bell has been safe bet every week, but his price is pretty high. The Bengals have gotten healthy but they can still be run on. If you can fit him in your lineup start him.  I wont be as I will find a cheaper option.

 

Cincinnati Bengals

Jeremy Hill ($5400) & Giovani Bernard ($5300)
I’ll be fading these guys tis week, mainly because of the time share, but I’d prefer Hill, if I had to start one.

AJ Green ($8200)
The Steelers secondary has been beatable all year.  Dalton has targeted Green 24 times in the last two weeks and with Dalton being better at home I really like Green this week.

Rams @ Redskins (44.5)

St. Louis Rams

Tre Mason ($6700)
I recommended Mason last week and that paid dividends. The price and matchup were perfect. This week, I don’t love him so much. His price has really increased, and Washington’s run defense is in the top 5. I expect everyone to be on Mason trying to catch lightning again.

Stedman Bailey ($4300)
I am starting to buy into Bailey. He has gotten a lot of targets the last two weeks and no one else to seems to catch the ball in STL. The Redskins pass defense is terrible as they allow the 8th most fpts allowed to opposing WRs.

Washington Redskins

Alfred Morris ($5500)
The Rmas pass rush has been strong all season, just ask Peyton, so the way to beat the Rams is to run on them and don’t get in any 3rd and long situations.  Morris has 20+ touches in four straight games so he will get opportunities.  The Rams surrender 4.3 YPC to opposing RBs which is 20th in the league. With very few value plays this week, this is a nice one at RB.

Jordan Reed ($4600)
After Gronk and Graham, Reed is one of your better options.  McCoy targets him heavily every week.

Giants @ Titans (46)

New York Giants

Eli Manning ($6900)
The way Fitzpatrick torn up the Titans last week, this could be a sneaky play starting Eli.

Andre Williams ($4400)
If Rashad Jennings cant play, Williams would become a very good play for the price. Williams has disappointing as a lead back, but he has actually been more effective as the change of pace back. The Titans are miserable at stopping the run. They rank 31st in fantasy points allowed to opposing RBs and have surrendered 7 rushing TDs in the past 5 weeks.

Odell Beckham Jr. ($7700)
Love how much Manning targets him and seems to be the only Giant other than Donnell that Eli actually trusts.  The Titans who have allowed 22 receiving TDs this season.

Tennessee Titans

Bishop Sankey ($4000)
I cant believe Im saying this, but Sankey appears to be a good play this week. Let me explain.  The Giants defense has been horrible.  They allow the second most rushing yards per game and per carry. Vegas odds indicate that they see this as a close game, so from a gameflow perspective,  this could dictate that the Titans keep the ball on the ground more then usually.

Panthers @ Saints (49.5)

Carolina Panthers

Jonathan Stewart ($3800)
Another guy I never like to use, but this matchup is a good one and his price is dirt cheap. He will see the bulk of the carries with Deangelo Williams out this week. The Saints allow the third highest yards per rush and fourth most fantasy points to opposing RBs. Stewart coming off a great game last week averaging 7.1 YPC against Minnesota. My concern with this match is gameflow, in case the Panthers fall behind and have to abandon the run.  Stewart does catch passes out of the backfield, but either way Stewart is a very nice value play.

New Orleans Saints

Drew Brees ($9100)
His price is a bit high, but Brees has put up 30+ fantasy points the last to weeks using DraftKings scoring.  He is definitely worth playing as he has a low floor and a great matchup against a poor Panthers defense.

Kenny Stills ($6000)
Still looks like a good play again.  He has been getting the targets, putting up numbers and has a great matchup.

Mark Ingram ($6500)
Really good matchup for Ingram and put up big numbers against Carolina last time they played. The Vegas line for this game shows the Saints are 10 point favorites, which for mean good offensive day for Ingram and the Saints.

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