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Start/Sit: Week 14

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Start: Derek Carr vs Los Angeles Rams

Derek Carr has been a relevant fantasy QB since Week 8, where he has landed as a top 15 QB every week. Carr has had solid production in the air against some favorable matchups, and should able to find it again in a Week 14 matchup against the Rams. Carr already has a solid floor, as well as a good chance against a Rams defense that should spend a lot of time on the field. Devante Adams has done statistically well against Jalen Ramsey, and could be in for another big game, brining Carr along for the ride.

Sit: Daniel Jones vs Philly

DJ has been a serviceable fill on for fantasy for a couple weeks now, but could be in for a harder day against a stellar Philly secondary. DJ is not the strongest passer as it is, and creates most of his additional value on the ground. That could be a little harder to obtain against a Phill defense that gives up the league low 11.7 fantasy point to opposing QBs. DJ has been a solid option, but he may be better off on the bench this week.

Start: Jeff Wilson Jr. vs Los Angeles Chargers

Wilson did little to nothing in the game against San Fran, acquiring a whopping 3 yards in the loss. Wilson fell victim to an immediately bad game script for the Dolphins, and could see his usage return to normal in the game against the Chargers. The Chargers have allowed the 3rd most fantasy points to opposing rushers (25.1 points per game) which paves the way for a big bounce back game for Wilson. Do not let Wilson's performance last week sway you into leaving Wilson in the bench.

Sit: Rachaad White vs San Francisco

Rachaad White has landed as a top 15 fantasy back for the past couple weeks, but could see a return to Earth in Week 14. White averaged 22.5 touches in the prior two weeks before seeing it drop to 15 in Week 13 with Fournette's return. White was out-touched by Fournette 16-15 as well, even taking a lot of work in the receiving game. Along with the decrease in touches, White faces a stellar 49ers run defense that is 1st in the league. White has been great the past couple of weeks, but he may take a step back in Week 14.

Start: DJ Moore vs Seattle

DJ Moore quietly produced in Week 12, putting up 103 yards on 4 receptions against a good Broncos defense. Moore landed as a top 10 receiver against the Broncos with Darnold at the helm, and could be in for another decent outing against Seattle. The days of Moore being a top fantasy option are gone, but Moore could find himself with another good outing in Week 14.

Sit: Darius Slayton vs Philly

Slayton has been a solid option for fantasy managers, getting over 60 receiving yards in the past 5 games. Unfortunately for Slayton, a Week 14 matchup against Philly does not bode well for his production. Philly has allowed an average of 24 points to WRs, which ranks the 27th in most fantasy points allowed. Slayton has been solid, but his upside is low against the dominant Eagles defense.

Start: Greg Dulich vs Kansas City

Dulich has been an inconsistent option at TE, like almost all tight ends not names Travis Kelce. Dulich benefitted from a great matchup against Baltimore, where he landed as a top 5 TE in Week 13. The upcoming schedule for Dulich is extremely favorable where he faces Kansas City twice, and Arizona once. Kansas City has allowed the 3rd highest yards per reception to TEs, meaning Dulich should be able to produce on his 36.3% target share. Dulich is a perfect plug and play for TE, considering the other options.

Sit: Dawson Knox vs New York Jets

Knox has been a relatively disappointing TE option for managers, landing as a top 10 TE just twice this year, and it does not look like it will get better in Week 14. The Jets are solid defensively, and Knox has seen just 3 targets in the past two weeks. Knox is an extremely unreliable option at TE, and should be considered a low end option against a 22nd ranked Jets defense against Tight Ends.

Start: Las Vegas Raiders vs Los Angeles Rams

This ranking is more about the Rams than the Raiders at this point. The Rams do not have a lot of things going for them offensively at this point. Matt Stafford and Cooper Kupp are both on IR, with expectation that they both are done for the year. Cam Akers and Allen Robinson have both been major let downs for owners this year. The only somewhat consistent option on the offense has been Tyler Higbee, which we all know how consistent TEs are. Even though this defense has been bad, it should look stellar against a John Wolford led Rams offense.

Sit: Cleveland Browns vs Cincinatti

After coming off a defensive clinic in Week 13, Cleveland should take a massive step back in Week 14. Cleveland managed to create 3 defensive touchdowns against Houston, despite having 0 sacks on the day. Cincy is coming off an insanely high powered win against the Chiefs, and could see their hot streak continue against the division rival Browns. Cleveland was the 28th, 23rd, and 24th ranked defenses before facing off against a miserable Texans offense, so it is hard to expect a similar defensive performance against a offensive powerhouse in the Bengals.

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