Marquise Brown, WR, Baltimore
It’s definitely been a bust of a season for Hollywood, but he’s trying to salvage his season for fantasy owners with a late run of solid games. Brown has now found the end zone in each of his last two games and saw a healthy eight targets from Lamar Jackson in Week 13. Brown has a great matchup this week against a Cleveland pass defense that has allowed 15 passing touchdowns to wide receivers this year. He should be treated as a low-end WR2 with big play potential this weekend.
Jared Goff, QB, Los Angeles Rams
I know Goff is coming off a great performance against a soft Arizona defense, but he’s been so up and down all season and is hard to trust this week against New England. Goff threw for 376 yards and three scores last week, but also had two interceptions. He’s been a turnover machine all season long and Bill Belichick has a history of puzzling Goff so I think you’re crazy if he’s in your lineup, especially if your fantasy playoffs start this week.
J.D. McKissic, RB, Washington
McKissic had a great game for fantasy owners in points per reception leagues in Week 13, catching all 10 of his targets for 70 yards. He only saw five carries, but that should increase this weekend since Antonio Gibson is out with a toe injury. McKissic will split carries with Peyton Barber, but will be used in all passing downs and should also get some red zone work as well. McKissic is clearly the back to own and start in Week 14, even against a stingy 49ers defense.
Corey Davis, WR, Tennessee
Davis has been a very productive player in fantasy this season and is coming off a career day last week. He caught 11 balls for 184 yards and a touchdown. Davis saw 12 targets and was constantly getting chunk yardage on each reception. He’s been a great complement to A.J. Brown and has a very favorable schedule the next two weeks with games at Jacksonville and home against Detroit. He should be in your lineup each of the next two weeks.
Lock of the Week
Wayne Gallman, RB, New York Giants
Gallman has been a model of consistency for the Giants over the second half of the season. He’s scored at least 12 fantasy points in each of the last six games and has six touchdowns as well. Gallman is coming off a 16 carry, 135 yard game last week and has a nice matchup this weekend against an Arizona defense that just got dusted for 38 points in Week 13. Gallman at worst is a RB2 for Week 14 and should be started in all formats. Expect at least 80 total yards and a trip to pay dirt on Sunday.