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Week 14 Game Scripts to Target in Daily Fantasy Football

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the Buffalo Bills
the New England Patriots
Brady plus Evans plus

Josh Allen
Stacking Allen
Stefon Diggs
Emmanuel Sanders
Devin Singletary
Matt Breida
Zack Moss
Tom Brady
Antonio Brown
Chris Godwin
Mike Evans
Leonard Fournette
Rob Gronkowski
Joe Mixon
Tee Higgins
Deebo Samuel
Elijah Mitchell
George Kittle
Brandon Aiyuk
Jimmy Garoppolo
Kyle Shannan
Jeff Wilson
21.6 FanDuel
Joe Burrow
18.6 FanDuel
Trey Hopkins
Riley Reiff


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This gives us a much better handle on how games are likely to play out, and we can take advantage of that in our lineups.Let's look at some game scripts to target for this week.A slate-high 53.5-point over/under between the Buffalo Bills and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is a great spot to target for a game stack. Both teams are in the top 10 of the league for the most plays run per game and both are in the top 10 of the league in the fastest average seconds per play when trailing by seven points or more. So, yes, we should still be looking to Josh Allen ($8,800) this week versus the Buccaneers, who are allowing 18.5 FanDuel points per game to opposing quarterbacks (15th in the league). With his dual-threat ability and rushing touchdown potential, he always carries a high ceiling.Stacking Allen with Stefon Diggs ($8,200) always carries massive upside since Diggs leads the team with a 24.8% target share, a 26.0% red zone target share, and 1,273 air yards. While the Buccaneers are in the top half of the league for the fewest FanDuel points allowed per game to wide receivers, the Bills pass the ball 60.1% of the time this season (13th most in the league). Samuel didn't play in last week's game versus the Seattle Seahawks, and that led to George Kittle ($7,100) leading the team with 12 targets, which was good for a 40.0% target share. The 49ers are allowing 18.7 FanDuel points per game to quarterbacks this season, putting them as the 12th-worst team in the league. You can look to run that stack back with Kittle and that leaves you with a healthy $6,300 on average per player remaining.This is truly where I'm looking to stack this game since it accounts for each team's top options and allows the flexibility to spend up for some top-tier running backs who are either in better spots or have no injury designation heading into the game.

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