DFS Cash Game Breakdown 2020 Week 14
Matt Ryan, ATL
Ryan has been on a yardage slump lately with five consecutive games below 300 passing yards. However, in that span, he has three games above 270 and two above 280. Expect him to get back to the DraftKings bonus again this week versus a soft Chargers defense. LA is giving up the seventh-most fantasy points per game to opposing passers and this game has a 49.5-point total.
Mitchell Trubisky, CHI
Despite being mediocre at best for real-life purposes, Trubisky has been an adequate fantasy quarterback. In two games back since getting benched, he's averaging 254.5 passing yards and two scores for 18.1 DraftKings points per game. He gets a Houston defense that is allowing the tenth-most passing yards per game and is only $5,600 on DraftKings.
J.D. McKissic, WAS
In five games with Alex Smith recording at least 20 pass attempts, the Washington running back has been one of the most targeted players in the entire league. McKissic alone is eighth in targets dating back to Week 9 and Antonio Gibson is shaping up to be inactive this week. McKissic was already at nine targets per game and now another 3.2 weekly looks are available. Unless stone-hands Peyton Barber is picking those up, McKissic is going to be a target machine this week.
Myles Gaskin, MIA
Miles Gaskin returned from IR last week and was immediately crowned the bell-cow back in Miami. He rushed 21 times for 90 yards while adding 51 yards on two receptions. Since Week 3, Gaskin is averaging 21.2 touches for 96.4 yards from scrimmage.
Keke Coutee, HOU
Coutee filled in for Randall Cobb, Kenny Stills, and Will Fuller all at once last week. He logged nine targets and went for 141 yards in Houston's loss to Indianapolis. Only Partick Mahomes is averaging more passing yards per game than Deshaun Watson this year. Coutee is underpriced at just $5,000 on DraftKings this week.
Robby Anderson, CAR
With Curtis Samuel and D.J. Moore on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the best-case scenario for both is no practice this week and then they play. They could miss Week 14. That's the upside. The floor is that Anderson is 7th in target share and 11th air yards share.
Dallas Goedert, PHI
There's no denying that Goedert is the No. 1 receiver for the Eagles anymore. Since Week 10, Goedert leads the Eagles with 29 targets. Jalen Reagor is second with 20 targets. The shift to Jalen Hurts may spark this offense and improve the ceiling of Goedert while his floor remains among the best in the league.
Jordan Akins, HOU
Much like Coutee, Akins is simply underpriced as an every-down player for the Houston offense. He led the Texans tight ends with 45 snaps last week, nearly 20 more than blocker Darren Fells. That gave him a 70% snap share, his high since Week 2. Buy cheap pieces of good offenses.
The Cowboys get to face either Brandon Allen or Ryan Finley. That's all you need to know. Both players have at least a 3% interception rate and double-digit sack rate in their respective careers. Dallas gets the easiest matchup of the week by a wide margin.