There will be 11 games for the NFL’s Week 14 Sunday slate on Sunday, December 10. For those who like playing daily fantasy, there are plenty of games to sift through for value. It can be beneficial to combine players from the same team or in the same game that has a good matchup. With that in mind, here are the best team stacks for Week 14 DFS lineups at DraftKings.
NFL DFS Picks: Game Stacks, Week 14
Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Chargers
QB Russell Wilson ($5,800)
WR Courtland Sutton ($6,100)
WR Jerry Jeudy ($4,700)
RB Austin Ekeler ($7,600
Let Russ cook. Wilson has played in 12 games this season. He has thrown for 2,385 yards with 21 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Wilson isn’t the dual-threat quarterback he once was and has added 310 yards and two additional touchdowns on the ground. He averages 18.1 fantasy points per game, and the Chargers’ defense allows the fifth-most DFS points per game to quarterbacks in the league.
Los Angeles also allows the sixth-most DFS points per game to opposing wide receivers. Sutton has 637 yards and nine touchdowns on 50 receptions this season. Jeudy hasn’t been as successful, but he still has value with the matchup. On the other side of the ball, Ekeler has looked like he has been running through quicksand recently. Still, Denver’s defense allows the most DFS points per game to opposing running backs, so he should still be in your lineup this week.
Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
QB Desmond Ridder ($5,000)
WR Drake London ($4,600)
TE Kyle Pitts (3,700)
WR Mike Evans ($7,700)
Ridder is playing for his job on a weekly basis. He has thrown for 2,029 yards with eight touchdowns and eight interceptions. Ridder has added another 180 yards and four touchdowns on 42 carries through 11 games. The Buccaneers allow the seventh-most DFS points to opposing quarterbacks.
London is the leading receiver for Atlanta. He has brought in 46 of his 73 targets for 573 yards and two touchdowns. Tampa Bay’s defense allows the third-most DFS points per game to opposing wide receivers. Even though London averages just 10.8 fantasy points per game and has upside. Pitts has had an underwhelming season, but has a great matchup as Tampa Bay gives up the sixth-most DFS points per game to opposing tight ends.
Evans has a tough matchup against an Atlanta defense, allowing the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game. Still, he continues to see plenty of targets in the Bucs’ offensive game plan.
Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions
QB Justin Fields ($6,800)
WR D.J. Moore ($6,500)
TE Cole Kmet ($4,300)
RB Jahmyr Gibbs ($6,600)
Fields has plenty of upside from how good of a rusher he is. He enters as Chicago’s leading rusher and has picked up 400 yards and a touchdown on 77 carries over eight games. Fields has thrown for 1,587 yards with 12 touchdowns and six interceptions. He averages 19.2 DFS points per game, and Detroit's defense allows the fourth-most DFS points per game to opposing quarterbacks.
Moore is the top pass-catcher for Chicago, and it isn’t very close. He has 1,003 yards on 70 receptions with six touchdowns. He has 14 more receptions and over 500 more yards ahead of his next teammate. Chicago allows the 11th-most DFS points to opposing wide receivers. Kmet doesn’t have the best matchup (DET allows the 13th-most DFS points per game) but averages 11.2 fantasy points per game. Gibbs had a down week last week but should be in line for more carries this week. Chicago allows the 13th-most DFS points to opposing RBs, and he averages 16.5 points per game.