Week 14 of the NFL season is here and it's time to dive into top NFL DFS picks and plays for daily fantasy lineups this weekend. Check out the top NFL DFS value plays to build your DraftKings, FanDuel, and Yahoo lineups for NFL Week 14. We have a few teams on bye this week as well as some great offenses that are not on this 11-game slate. Check out the top plays across the board that are meant to save you some salary. 


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Top FanDuel & DraftKings Week 12 DFS Value Plays

Russell Wilson, QB Denver Broncos

Running it back with Russell Wilson here this week. The cover of my DFS QB Coach for Week 14, Wilson has a great matchup here against the Los Angeles Chargers whom rank among the worst defense in the NFL against opposing passing attacks. Wilson has given us nearly 18 fantasy points in four of the last five weeks and in a matchup like this, we could see another multi-touchdown performance from Wilson here this weekend.

Jerick McKinnon, RB Kansas City Chiefs

The team announced that with Isiah Pacheco out of the lineup that Clyde Edwards-Helaire is going to get the start and therefore everyone is seemingly flocking to the cheaper and expected starter in CEH this week but McKinnon is also rather cheap and the game flow of this one may dictate that we see a lot more of McKinnon in a shootout against the Bills than we will CEH. McKinnon was a league winner last season in fantasy and I'm sure the Chiefs haven't forgotten how much of an impact he made down the stretch for them.

Drake London, WR Atlanta Falcons

We get the Falcons out of the bye, at home, and facing a Buccaneers defense that is missing siginificant pieces of their secondary here this week. This is the cheapest we've seen London this season and that's likely the reason for the high expected rostership in GPP tournaments this weekend. It's never fun trusting an Arthur Smith run offense but London is in a prime spot to exceed value this week.

Kylen Granson, TE Indianapolis Colts

Complete shot in the dark here this week but we know the Bengals are a secondary that has struggled against opposing tight ends this season and Granson did play more snaps that Will Mallory last week while catching all three of his targets for 72 yards. If Granson gets going here this week with as he continues to see his role expand there could be a decent upside play at a bare bones price tag.