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Alvin Kamara has topped 100 yards from scrimmage in consecutive games as the Saints head into a Week 14 matchup against a Panthers defense that has allowed that has allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs.
Matt Gay has attempted multiple field goals in each of the past eight games, and the Colts should have little trouble moving the ball into scoring position for their kicker in Week 14 against a Bengals defense that's allowing a league-high 388.2 scrimmage yards per game.
Cade Otton was held without a catch for the first time this season in Week 13, though he should be in a good position to bounce back as Tampa Bay heads into a Week 14 matchup against a Falcons defense that has allowed the fourth-most receptions to opposing tight ends.
Tyler Bass has missed five of his 23 field-goal attempts for the Bills this season, and in Week 14, he'll get a Chiefs defense that has given up 17.3 points per game so far in 2023, the third-best total in the league.
Drake London struggled in a tough matchup against the Jets in Week 13 and has topped 50 yards in only three of his last five games heading into a Week 14 matchup against a Buccaneers defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.
Brandon Aiyuk has found the end zone in four-straight games for the 49ers and will face a reeling Seattle defense in Week 14 that's surrendered 17 passing touchdowns in 2023, which is tied for 22nd in the NFL.
Christian McCaffrey has three rushing touchdowns in his last two games for the 49ers and will face a subpar Seattle run defense in Week 14 that's yielded 15 rushing scores in 2023, which is 28th in the NFL.
Dak Prescott has multiple touchdown passes in six-straight games for the Cowboys and will face a suspect Eagles pass defense in Week 14 that's yielded 27 throwing scores in 2023, which is 31st in the NFL.
Brock Purdy has thrown at least three touchdowns in three of the last four contests for the 49ers and will face a Seattle defense in Week 14 that was just torched by Dak Prescott for three passing touchdowns last game.
Tyler Conklin has just five red-zone targets all season for the Jets, but in Week 14, he'll face a Texans defense that's giving up 10.6 fantasy points per game to tight ends, the fifth-highest total in the league.
Tyreek Hill is averaging over 120 yards per outing for the Dolphins this season, and in Week 14, he'll take on a Titans defense that has given up 31.4 fantasy points per game to wide receivers in 2023, the seventh-highest total in the league.
Justin Tucker has uncharacteristically missed three field goal attempts in the last five games, but he remains a high-floor option in Week 14 as the Ravens host a Rams team that's tied for 29th in the league in FG attempts allowed.
DeAndre Hopkins has been on the receiving end of five of the seven passing touchdowns thrown by rookie Titans quarterback Will Levis over the past six weeks, and in Week 14, the veteran wide receiver will renew his rivalry with Dolphins cornerback Jalen Ramsey, against whom Hopkins frequently found success when both played in the NFC West.
AJ Dillon has averaged 46.7 rush yards and 24.7 receiving yards across the Packers' last seven contests, but hasn't been able to find the end zone during that stretch, and in Week 14 he gets a Giants defense that has allowed opposing RB groups to average 141.5 scrimmage yards per game, which is the fifth-highest mark in the NFL this season.
Davante Adams posted an 18-241-1 line on 33 targets over the Raiders' last three games, and he could produce big numbers in Week 14 against a Vikings secondary that ranks 29th in receptions allowed to wideouts.
Courtland Sutton has found the end zone in nine of 12 games this season without ever scoring multiple times or reaching 100 yards, but the Broncos' top wideout could erupt for a huge performance in Week 14 against a Chargers defense that ranks in the bottom five in receiving yards and touchdowns allowed to WRs.
Jordan Love has thrown for at least 250 yards in four consecutive contests for the Packers, posting an impressive 10:2 TD:INT during that stretch, and in Week 14 he gets a Giants defense that is allowing 241.7 pass yards per game, the 11th-highest mark in the league this season.
Jake Moody was held without a field goal for the first time in seven games for the 49ers but has a chance to rebound in Week 14 against a Seattle squad that's allowed at least 31 points in back-to-back outings.
Zack Moss was limited to 57 scrimmage yards last week but had 21 touches in Jonathan Taylor's (thumb) absence, and with Taylor out again in Week 14 for the Colts, Moss is poised for another heavy workload against a Bengals defense that's allowing 133.9 rushing yards per game, sixth-most in the NFL.
Keenan Allen is just three catches and two touchdowns shy of setting new career highs heading into the Chargers' Week 14 clash with a stingy Broncos secondary that's tied for third in the league in receptions allowed to wideouts.
Michael Pittman has at least eight catches in nine of 12 games and is coming off consecutive 100-yard receiving performances for the Colts, so the productive receiver figures to remain heavily involved in Week 14 against a Bengals defense that has allowed the ninth-most yards to wide receivers (2,045).
Travis Kelce has topped 80 receiving yards in back-to-back weeks, but a true ceiling game could be tough to come by in Week 14 as Kansas City takes on a Bills defense that ranks ninth in yards allowed to tight ends.
Alexander Mattison has topped 50 rushing yards in back-to-back contests for the Vikings after failing to do so in the previous six games, and in Week 14 he gets a Raiders defense that allows opposing RB groups to combine for 105.6 rushing yards per tilt, which ranks 25th in the NFL this season.
Saquon Barkley was held to a season-low 46 rushing yards last game for the Giants but will look to rebound in Week 14 versus a Packers run defense that's been gutted on the ground to the tune of 136.3 yards per contest, which is 29th in the NFL.
A.J. Brown is coming off his seventh 100-yard outing of the season for the Eagles and will face a Dallas defense in Week 14 that allowed him to score a touchdown when the teams clashed earlier in 2023.
Patrick Mahomes has uncharacteristically thrown for 210 yards or fewer in three of the last four games, and he isn't guaranteed to rebound in Week 14 as Kansas City faces a Bills defense that ranks ninth in passing yards per game allowed.
Jayden Reed gained just 3.2 yards per target last time out, his lowest output of the season, but it was the ninth time in 12 games that he's garnered at least five targets for the Packers, and in Week 14 he gets a Giants defense that has allowed opposing WRs to gain 8.3 yards per target this season, which ranks 22nd in the NFL.
Gerald Everett has caught four passes in each of the last two games, and he could erupt in Week 14 as the Chargers take on a Broncos defense that's given up the second-most catches, receiving yards and TDs in the league to tight ends.
Joe Mixon is coming off his first multi-touchdown game of the season and has reached 100 scrimmage yards in two of the last three weeks, giving him plenty of momentum heading into the Bengals' Week 14 clash with a Colts defense that ranks in the bottom five in rushing yards and TDs allowed to running backs.
Jaylen Waddle has topped 65 yards just twice over his nine outings for the Dolphins, but in Week 14, he'll take on a Titans defense that has given up 31.4 fantasy points per game to wide receivers in 2023, the seventh-highest total in the league.
Ja'Marr Chase had his fourth game of the season with double-digit catches and triple-digit yards last week, and his chemistry with new QB Jake Browning is encouraging heading into the Bengals' Week 14 matchup against a Colts secondary that ranks ninth in receptions allowed to wideouts.
Desmond Ridder has only two total touchdowns and 289 passing yards combined across his last two starts as the Falcons head into a favorable Week 14 matchup against a Tampa Bay defense that has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points per game to opposing quarterbacks.
Jake Ferguson has four touchdowns in the last six games for Dallas, and his best game of the year came earlier this season against Week 14 opponent Philadelphia when he cashed in 10 targets for seven receptions, 91 yards and a touchdown.
Romeo Doubs led the Packers with 72 receiving yards last time out, his first game with over 70 receiving yards since Week 4, and he'll face a Giants defense in Week 14 that allows opposing WRs to gain 8.3 yards per target this season, which ranks 22nd in the NFL.
Aaron Jones has been sidelined for the last two weeks with a knee injury, but if he can return for the Packers in Week 14, he'll face a Giants defense that has allowed opposing running backs to gain 4.6 yards per carry this season, which ranks 30th in the league.
Austin Ekeler is coming off his worst performance of the season and hasn't scored a touchdown in three games, but he could break out in Week 14 as the Chargers take on a Broncos defense that's the only one in the league so far to allow over 2,000 scrimmage yards to running backs.
Dalton Kincaid has put up at least five catches and six targets in each of his last six outings for the Bills, and in Week 14, the rookie tight end gets a Chiefs defense that has given up 7.0 fantasy points per game to his position in 2023, the seventh-highest total in the league.
T.J. Hockenson has gained at least 50 receiving yards in eight straight games for the Vikings, and in Week 14 he faces a Las Vegas defense that allows opposing TEs to average 50.2 receiving yards per contest, which ranks 19th in the NFL this season.
Rashee Rice has caught eight passes in each of the last two games, but the Kansas City rookie faces a tough test in Week 14 against a Bills secondary that ranks in the top 10 in catches and receiving yards allowed to wideouts.
Greg Joseph has made eight of his last nine FG attempts after a rough three-game stretch during which he made just 6-of-10 attempts, bringing his season-long FG percentage up to 78.3 heading into the Vikings' Week 14 matchup with a Raiders defense that has allowed opposing teams to score 21.3 points per game this season, which ranks 18th in the NFL.