When it comes to successful DraftKings NFL DFS picks, using the top QB-WR stacks on a given slate can be very beneficial for the potential success of your lineup. For example, every time your top quarterback completes a pass to his top wide receiver, and you stacked those two in your DFS lineup –– BOOM! You’re getting double the fantasy football value!
So, let’s dive into Week 14 of the NFL season and discuss which QB-WR stacks and DraftKings NFL DFS picks are worth rostering for this week’s Fantasy Football Millionaire DFS contest. Keep in mind that this is the last week for bye weeks, leaving both WAS and ARI off the slate.
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Best DraftKings NFL DFS Stacks at QB-WR for Week 14
Josh Allen ($8,300) and Stefon Diggs ($8,800) vs. Chiefs | NFL DFS Picks
You would be foolish to fade the coveted Josh Allen–Stefon Diggs stack at a point in the season where the Bills are in win-now mode and need to string together solid wins to have any chance of sniffing the postseason. First, Allen is coming off a monster 43.66 DKFP in a game where we saw what can happen when the coaches just let him be himself and take over the game through the air and on the ground. Second, Diggs got back on track with a strong 6-74-1 stat line and went off when he faced the Chiefs last season at Arrowhead Stadium –– hauling in 10-of-13 targets for 148 yards and a touchdown.
We all know how the Chiefs have been this season. Their defense ranks ninth in defensive DVOA (-3.8%) and has allowed the third-fewest points per game (17.3). Nonetheless, this is a Josh Allen versus Patrick Mahomes quarterback duel and we’ve seen what has happened in the past. Even if the touchdowns are hard to find, Allen found that old version of himself last week and will do everything he can to string together wins to sneak into the postseason.
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Justin Fields ($6,800) and D.J. Moore ($6,500) vs. Lions | NFL DFS Picks
Considering Justin Fields is practically playing for his job at this point, this feels like a great spot for him to build off his recent strong play since returning from injury. He started last week’s game red-hot but cooled off as the game progressed and recorded two fumbles, which negatively impacted his final DKFP total by quite a lot. But there’s no denying that when he’s throwing the ball, he’s looking D.J. Moore’s way often and he’s produced some solid fantasy outings as a result. Moore caught 11-of-13 targets for 114 yards last week versus the Vikings and should be able to produce at a high level again against a leaky and underperforming Lions’ secondary.
While Detroit still ranks 10th in defensive DVOA (0.3%), that doesn’t tell the whole story because it has allowed 23.8 points per game and the fourth-most fantasy points to opposing WRs (433.1) and opposing QBs (239.2). Across the last three games, the Lions have surrendered over 350 total yards per game and have been played down to the level of their opponents lately –– making this stack too enticing to pass up.
Gardner Minshew ($5,400) and Michael Pittman Jr. ($7,300) vs. Bengals | NFL DFS Picks
There are plenty of value stacks this week whether you’d prefer Russell Wilson and Courtland Sutton against the Chargers or even Baker Mayfield and Mike Evans against the Falcons. But, I’m going to keep rolling with Michael Pittman Jr.’s strong play. Gardner Minshew has been a headache in fantasy football because he can’t seem to hold onto the football in key situations but he finally surpassed 20 DKFP for just the second time this season and should be able to carry it into this week.
Pittman has been a volume monster this season –– receiving at least 11 targets in all but four games. He hasn’t produced fewer than 14.4 DKFP since Week 5 and will almost certainly continue that trend against a very leaky and banged-up Bengals’ secondary. On top of the consistent production, Pittman has had at least eight receptions in five straight games, and with Cincinnati’s secondary missing CB1 Cam Taylor-Britt due to injury, who’s going to guard him? Cincinnati ranks 27th in defensive DVOA (6.5%) and as long as its pass rush doesn’t brutalize Minshew all game, this will be one of, if not the best value DFS stacks of the week.