Week 14 of the NFL season is here and with it comes an 11-game main slate on DraftKings and FanDuel. This slate is loaded with top tier talent and teams such as Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Christian McCaffrey, Justin Jefferson and Travis Kelce. While its certainly OK to roster players figure that figure to be popular this week, the point of this article is to find some contrarian plays with similar upside that can help differentiate you in your GPP contests this week. So, with that said, let's look at some players projected to be less than 10% rostered this week.


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Top FanDuel & DraftKings NFL DFS Week 14 Contrarian Plays

Josh Allen, QB Buffalo Bills

Let's kick this one off with a bang! The top priced QB on the slate this week is expected to be less than five percent rostered this week in large field GPP tournaments. This is quite surprising seeing as we are looking at a matchup against the Chiefs that has a slate high 48.5 game total with just a one-point spread. Generally, we are looking to get exposure to these types of matchups and definitely the QB's in these matchups. Allen is coming off of a game where he had four total touchdowns, two rushing and two passing. That kind of elite upside can be the difference maker you need to take down a GPP tournament this weekend.

David Montgomery, RB Detroit Lions

Yes, I know the Bears have had an improved run defense over the past few weeks but Montgomery continues to have a nose for the end zone and the Bears secondary is not likely to completely shut down the Lions passing attack which means Montgomery should continue to get his fair share of carries in the red zone.  If you are looking for another reason to play Montgomery then consider the narrative here this week as he returns to Chicago for the first time as a visiting player after the Bears let him walk in free agency this past offseason. Montgomery found the end zone against the Bears in their first meeting this season and I'd expect at least another touchdown performance here in Week 14.

Mike Evans, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers

I honestly can't figure this one out. Nearly every week this season we've seen Mike Evans in this contrarian article because nobody ever plays the man.  He's already gone over 1,000 yards for the season and has 10 touchdowns. He was the first person I put in my lineup this week with Tampa Bay taking on the Atlanta Falcons.

Gerald Everett, TE Los Angeles Chargers

With Joshua Palmer ruled out again the Chargers passing offense will continue to spread around the targets once we get past Keenan Allen.  Everett has seen a handful of targets each week since Palmer went down with the injury and the Broncos are a team that has struggled against opposing tight ends. We know that Everett has the ability to make plays, having catches over 25+ yards in each of the last two games and he's even seen some increased red zone usage of late as well which only adds to the appeal for me this week.