Following a period of struggles alongside Ryan Tannehill this season, DeAndre Hopkins’ fantasy football value has seemed to have found its stride with Will Levis. Just look at a quick comparison between Tannehill’s six starts and Levis’ six starts, and it highlights a significant improvement in Hopkins’ performance. Under Tannehill, Hopkins averaged 7.8 targets, with only 62.6 yards, no touchdowns, and 10.7 PPR fantasy points. However, with Levis at the helm, the target average remains at 7.8, yet his production has seen a surge with 66.3 yards, 0.8 touchdowns, and an improved 15.6 PPR fantasy points.
Moreover, Hopkins has secured double-digit fantasy points in four of Levis’ starts this season. Will this great DeAndre Hopkins fantasy football streak continue into Week 14?
DeAndre Hopkins Fantasy Football Outlook Week 14
The upcoming matchup against the Dolphins appears favorable, particularly for wide receivers targeted 10 or more times. The Dolphins have allowed this to happen five times this season, and recently twice in their last three games. In these instances, the 10+ targeted wide receivers boast an impressive average of 8.6 receptions, 93.8 yards and a touchdown, with all five wide receivers scoring a touchdown and accumulating an outstanding average of 23.98 PPR fantasy points. DeAndre Hopkins has experienced 10+ targets twice with both quarterbacks this season, but he most recently experienced a high-target game with Levis just last week.
Considering the established connection with Will Levis, the considerable performance improvement, and the Dolphins’ recent struggles against wide receivers, the fantasy football trends suggest that DeAndre Hopkins could lead fantasy managers to a substantial week in Week 14 and is a strong recommendation for starting lineups.
If you want to see the DeAndre Hopkins fantasy football ranking for this week, check out our Week 14 fantasy football rankings. These rankings will be updated throughout the week.