Week 14 of the college fantasy football season presents the final full regular season DFS slate. There are some great rivalry matchups to choose from, including Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma St, Ohio State vs. Michigan and Florida vs. Florida State. These, and plenty of other games, have high over/under projections, which will increase the number of usable players in DraftKings contests. Good luck with your lineups.
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Week 14 College Fantasy Football DFS Picks: QBs
Best Start: Ian Book, Notre Dame at Stanford ($8,300). Book is quietly having a very good season, passing for 2,532 yards and 29 TDs through 11 games. He is currently riding a four-game stretch of scoring at least 28 fantasy points. This week Book will have a great chance to extend that streak, as the Irish go on the road to take on a bad Stanford pass defense (currently ranked 118th in the country.)
Best Value: Jett Duffey, Texas Tech at Texas ($7,000). Duffey has been solid since taking over, in Week 5 for injured starter Alan Bowman. He has thrown for 2,441 yards and 16 TDs through eight games, averaging just over 22 fantasy points per contest. Week 14’s matchup at Texas has decent 64.5-point over/under. Coupled with Texas’s inability to stop the pass (224th in the country). Duffey a great opportunity for a big game.
Best Sleeper: Justin McMillan, Tulane at SMU ($6,400). McMillan has been a beast for the Green Wave this season, with 2,641 total yards and 26 TDs. He is averaging 24 fantasy points per game and has only gone under 20 points three times. The game has a 70-point over/under, and SMU’s 98th-ranked defense will definitely have its hands full.
Week 14 College Fantasy Football DFS Picks: RBs
Best Start: Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin at Minnesota ($8,500). Taylor has been great all season, but he has really stepped it up in recent weeks, averaging 225 yards per game with three TDs over the past three games. Minnesota has a solid run defense, but regardless, Wisconsin is going to keep feeding Taylor as he nears the all-time NCAA rushing title.
Best Value: Darrynton Evans, Appalachian State at Troy ($7,200). Evans has been solid in every facet this season, turning 217 touches into 1,271 yards and 16 TDs. This week he gets to face a Troy rush defense that allows more than 150 yards per game. With a projected 64.5-point over/under, there should be plenty of points available in this matchup.
Best Sleeper: George Helani, Boise State at Colorado State ($6,100). The Boise State freshman has proven to be one of the best RBs in the conference, totaling just over 1,000 yards and nine TDs despite splitting time. This week’s opponent, Colorado State, allows more than 200 yards per game on the ground, so Helani should find plenty of room to work.
Week 14 College Fantasy Football DFS Picks: WRs
Best Start: Warren Jackson, Colorado State vs. Boise State ($7,500). Before the season, Jackson was projected to be the next great Rams’ WR, and he has lived up to the hype, catching 69 passes for 1,035 yards and seven TDs in just nine games. Colorado State will need a big game from Jackson as it closes out the season against a tough Boise State team.
Best Value: Kendall Hinton, Wake Forest at Syracuse ($6,500). Since the season-ending injuries to Sage Surratt and Scotty Washington, Hinton emerged as the Demon Deacons primary WR. This has led to some monster games, putting up 27.2 points against Virginia Tech and 34.5 against Duke. Syracuse’s defense is definitely not on the same level as Clemson, who did a good job limiting Hinton, so expect him to post another great stat line.
Best Sleeper: Cole Kmet, Notre Dame at Stanford ($5,700). Kmet has had an excellent season for the Fighting Irish, turning 36 receptions into 405 yards and six TDs over eight games. This week he will be battling against Stanford’s 118th-ranked pass defense, and as one of Ian Books’ primary targets he should have plenty of opportunities.