Even though we have a selection of 14 games to choose from on the Week 14 Sunday slate, our FanDuel GPP/tournament picks pull six of our selections from two teams that should put up big points in their respective matchups.
First, we have a Rams onslaught with Jared Goff, Todd Gurley and Sammy Watkins. The Rams are a home favorite per Vegas this Sunday, as they get set to host the Eagles in a game that carries an over-under up to 50 points. Then, we add a Chiefs onslaught with Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and kicker Harrison Butker. The Chiefs are favored on their home turf against the Raiders in a contest that features an over-under as high as 47.5 points according to some sources.
Let's take a look at the rest of the Week 14 FanDuel GPP/tournament lineup.
Jared Goff, QB, LAR vs. PHI ($7,700)
Over his last five games - four of which the Rams won - Goff has averaged 293 passing yards per game while posting an 11-to-2 TD/INT ratio. The way to attack the Eagles is most definitely through the air, who rank first in the league against the run but just 16th against the pass. Goff has eclipsed 20 FanDuel points three times in the past five weeks, and it would not be surprising to see him deliver another such performance.
Todd Gurley, RB, LAR vs. PHI ($8,500)
Gurley has proven to be such a potent, dual-threat weapon this season that the Eagles top-ranked run defense does not make him unviable in tourney fields. In fact, it's quite the contrary. Gurley has not rushed for 100 yards in any of the past five weeks, but he has still managed to put up an average of 17.3 FanDuel points per contest during that stretch.
Alfred Morris, RB, DAL at NYG ($6,800)
Morris faced off with his former team last Thursday and turned in his best game of the season. The veteran back gashed the Redskins for 127 yards on 27 carries and scored his first touchdown of the campaign. Morris should see a similar workload against the Giants league-worst run defense this weekend.
Tyreek Hill, WR, KC vs. OAK ($7,800)
Hill absolutely torched the Jets secondary this past Sunday, hauling in six-of-nine targets for a season-high 185 yards and two scores. Prior to Week 13, the last time Hill went north of 100 yards was in Week 7 against the same Raiders he’ll see this Sunday. The Kansas City track star has a very high ceiling this weekend.
Sammy Watkins, WR, LAR vs. PHI ($6,300)
Watkins is the epitome of a cost-efficient tournament play. He has scored in four of the Rams last five games despite only coming up with a combined 13 catches over that span. Watkins has always been a big-play threat, and it would not be surprising to see him burn the Eagles secondary once or twice this Sunday.
Marquise Goodwin, WR, SF at HOU ($5,700)
Speaking of big-play threats coming at an incredibly friendly price, Goodwin tops the NFL at 19.3 yards per reception on the season. In addition, the fifth-year speedster benefitted greatly with Jimmy Garoppolo at the helm of the 49ers offense, as Goodwin secured all eight of his targets for 99 yards in Week 13.
Travis Kelce, TE, KC vs. OAK ($8,000)
Hill was not the only Chiefs pass catcher to post a huge game this past weekend, as Kelce came up with four-of-eight looks for 94 yards and two touchdowns. The two-time Pro Bowler caught four passes for 33 yards and a score at Oakland back in Week 7, and he should get it done once again versus the league’s 23rd-ranked pass defense.
Harrison Butker, K, KC vs. OAK ($4,800)
If we are depending on a large output from the Chiefs offense, then Butker is an easy choice. The rookie kicker missed a 46-yard field-goal try this past Sunday, but he hit three others and has now made an impressive 24-of-26 attempts on the season with a long of 53 yards. Butker has also successfully converted all 18 of his PATs.
D/ST: Dallas Cowboys at NYG ($4,400)
The Cowboys are in a great spot with an attractive price tag this week. The Dallas defense came up big in Week 13, holding the Redskins to 14 points while forcing four turnovers to go along with four sacks. The 2-10 Giants have been unable to find any consistency on the field this season, leading to the firing of now former head coach Ben McAdoo earlier this week. The Cowboys should be able to take full advantage of this situation.