Wide receivers are dropping like flies down the stretch of this season. Many fantasy football owners also could be in a bad spot due to six teams being on their bye weeks. If you’ve been hit with this bad luck, read on for three fantasy football Week 14 WR streamers that are worth consideration.
Pick the right fantasy football streamers option to get the win this week and continue down the path of fantasy greatness, which ends with you hoisting your league’s trophy, championship belt or champ chain.
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Fantasy Football Week 14 WR Streamers
Robert Woods Fantasy Outlook vs JAX (45.7%)
With Treylon Burks potentially out with a concussion, there aren’t many trustworthy options in the Titans’ passing game. Robert Woods has been quiet this season, much like the entire Titans passing game, but he still demands a hefty target share, garnering at least five in four straight games. The Jaguars are allowing nearly 36.0 fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing wide receivers thus far and, if their offense can keep up, the Titans will be forced to throw and not lean on Derrick Henry all game per usual.
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Devin Duvernay Fantasy Outlook at PIT (31.2%)
It is hard to trust Ravens receivers because they simply aren’t good enough and the passing attack was already mediocre, but Devin Duvernay could be a sneaky fantasy football Week 14 WR streamers option. He offers pure big-play ability, but has seen at least five targets in back-to-back games and faces the Steelers defense, who allow the third-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers this season. It’s going to be tough to fully trust him, but the upside is there for a good game.
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Jameson Williams Fantasy Outlook vs MIN (28.6%)
Jameson Williams has finally been activated from IR and played his first game last week versus the Jaguars. He was on a very limited snap count and only garnered one target, but the first-round pick is going to be a big part of this Detroit offense moving forward. The Lions face the Vikings, who allow the second-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. There’s no denying that the Lions offense can be deadly, and it will only look better with Williams on the field. I’d start him with a bit of hesitancy simply because of his limited snap count last week, but it will certainly increase this week.