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4 FanDuel NFL Studs to Target in Week 14

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the Las Vegas Raiders
The Los Angeles Chargers
the New York Giants
the Dallas Cowboys
the Washington Football Team
the Cincinnati Bengals

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Patrick Mahomes
Jimmy Garoppolo
Tua Tagovailoa
Travis Kelce
Tyreek Hill
Austin Ekeler
Jonathan Taylor
Najee Harris
Keenan Allen
Mike Williams
Mike Glennon
Jake Fromm
CeeDee Lamb
Dak Prescott
Michael Gallup
Amari Cooper
George Kittle
Deebo Samuel
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Rob Gronkowski
Mark Andrews
Nicholas Vazquez


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Here's a stud player to target at each of the skill positions.FanDuel Salary: $8,500Projected Points: 22.3It hasn't been the same dominant Patrick Mahomes this season that we've become used to over the past few years. Some other quarterbacks spread the ball around so much that it's difficult to know who to pair with them.Despite the struggles, Mahomes is still a high-upside quarterback this week.FanDuel Salary: $9,200Projected Points: 18.4It feels a bit silly now when looking back in the offseason, and the big question around Austin Ekeler was if he had enough touchdown upside. The Giants are 26th in schedule-adjusted rush defense this season, and they are also 28th in adjusted fantasy points per target allowed to running backs, which obviously suits Ekeler very well. With Taylor and some other high-end options off the slate, Ekeler is your best bet if spending up at running back.FanDuel Salary: $7,800Projected Points: 12.0The term second-year breakout definitely applies for CeeDee Lamb. It's better for us fantasy players when he is scoring fantasy points like last week, and he has a chance to do the same this week.Kittle broke the slate at the tight end position in Week 13. The Bengals' defense has been solid but nothing that would scare you off playing Kittle, especially considering that they allow 1.5 adjusted fantasy points per target to tight ends.

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