With injuries piling up and four teams on a bye, Week 14 could create headaches for season-long fantasy football leagues.
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Now that you understand how Underdog Fantasy works, let’s get into the DFS football predictions series for Week 14!
Prop stats information for NFL DFS Week 14 picks are current as of Friday, December 10, at 9:00 a.m. ET.
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Trevor Lawrence, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans
OVER 209.5 Passing Yards
As they do in most weeks, Jacksonville will likely be playing from behind here. Trevor Lawrence already saw Tennessee’s defense in Week 5, however, so he’ll have his own film to watch in preparation for this week.
Lawrence passed for 273 yards in that game — his third-highest total of the season. Look for him to rack up a nice yardage total against a generous Titans defense that’s surrendering 256.3 passing yards per game this season.
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Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs vs Las Vegas Raiders
OVER 74.5 Receiving Yards
Travis Kelce has torched the Raiders during his career, exceeding 100 receiving yards in five of his past seven games against them — including Week 10 when he amassed a season-high 119 receiving yards.
Kelce has tallied 75+ receiving yards in seven of his past eight games against Las Vegas and five times overall this season. While he’s averaging 70.7 receiving yards per game this year, Kelce’s consistent excellence against the Raiders should help him clear this prop as our NFL bet of the day.
Leonard Fournette, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Buffalo Bills
OVER 94.5 Rushing + Receiving Yards
Buffalo is having a really tough time stopping running backs, as we just saw during their Monday Night Football loss to the New England Patriots. Simply put, they are just not built to stop physical teams upfront.
This week, the Bills’ defense figures to be light in the box as they focus on stopping Tom Brady and Tampa Bay’s passing attack. This should open up running lanes for Leonard Fournette, who has 80+ rushing yards in all four games where he’s had 15+ carries.
Fournette should also remain active in the passing game after notching at least six catches in four straight games, averaging 40.8 receiving yards per game over that span.
While he’s averaging 88.9 yards from scrimmage per game this season, Fournette’s workload should see a slight bump in a likely shootout with one of the highest totals on our NFL gameday odds this week.
Kyle Pitts, TE, Atlanta Falcons @ Carolina Panthers
UNDER 49.5 Receiving Yards
The last time these two teams played, Stephon Gilmore said he wanted to shut down Atlanta’s best player. He deemed that to be Kyle Pitts, who was limited to a season-low 13 receiving yards.
Carolina has no reason to switch that up this week, especially since Atlanta doesn’t have many other weapons for them to worry about. Pitts has also been held below 49 receiving yards in three straight games.
Joe Burrow, QB, Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers
UNDER 249.5 Passing Yards
The 49ers are tied for fourth in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game at 205.1. They’ve been even better on the road, yielding just 196 per game.
As for Joe Burrow, he’ll look to play through a finger injury, which will surely affect his throwing. He’s also been held below 200 passing yards in two of his past three games, so expect that trend to continue Sunday in this tough matchup.