• Minnesota Vikings QB Joshua Dobbs could win your Week 14 matchup – and beyond: Thanks to his rushing upside, a treasure trove of offensive weapons and a favorable schedule, Dobbs sits as one of the best high-upside options available moving forward.
• Kansas City Chiefs former first-round RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire could be in line for some work in Week 14: The Chiefs have a favorable matchup against the bills, while starter Isiah Pacheco has missed back-to-back practices with a shoulder injury, potentially setting up Edwards-Helaire for a solid fantasy day.
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Week 14 is officially here, which means most fantasy leagues are in their final matchups of the season, with plenty of managers one big play away from clinching their trip to the fantasy football playoffs. With two teams on bye (Washington Commanders, Arizona Cardinals), and plenty of injuries to navigate, you might find yourself in need of some upside in your lineups or searching for a viable flex play. We’ve got you covered with five sleeper plays to consider with high upside (albeit, often high risk) for Week 14.
If you’ve been streaming the quarterback position this season and are looking for a potential league winner on your waiver wire, look no further than Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joshua Dobbs. Coming off a Week 13 bye, the Vikings are set to face the Las Vegas Raiders. Helping him further will be the return of Justin Jefferson in this outing, coming off a hamstring injury that’s held him out since Week 5. That means that moving forward, Dobbs will be throwing to Jefferson, rookie Jordan Addison, TE T.J. Hockenson to boost his floor as a passer.
While his weaponry in the receiving game is more than enough reason to have faith in Dobbs moving forward, what makes him particularly appealing for fantasy is his production as a runner, having totaled 40 or more rushing yards in seven of 12 games and a rushing touchdown in five of the last six games.