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Fantasy Football 2023: Week 14 Wide Receiver Sleepers and Streamers

The end of the Fantasy Football regular season has arrived. In Week 14, there are tons of playoff implications across all leagues. These four Wide Receivers for Sleepers and Streamers will all find the end-zone in Week 14. Make sure to have them in lineups and watch them help your team clinch a playoff spot.

Week 14 Wide Receiver Sleepers and Streamers

Wide Receiver Sleepers

Rashee Rice vs. Buffalo Bills

As stated before, Rashee Rice is the WR1 for the Kansas City Chiefs. He has played his best football the past two weeks. Rashee Rice has seen 19 targets, 16 catches, 171 yards, and one touchdown in that span. With Rice separating himself from the other receivers in Kansas City, he is more than deserving of a start against the Buffalo Bills. The Bills and Chiefs always have epic battles with high scores when they get together. Rashee Rice will have at worst a top 20 week and at best, a top 10 week in the final regular season week of Fantasy Football. Rice is my best bet in Sleepers and Streamers to have a top-20 finish in Week 14.

Brandin Cooks vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles just got treated like some Thanksgiving leftovers in Week 12 against the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners pass catchers went crazy against the Eagles. Brandin Cooks has also played tremendously better in the second half of the season. Since Week 9, Cooks has had three finishes inside the top 24 with one being a WR3 finish. In the first eight weeks of the season, Cooks had just one game inside the top 24 Wide Receivers. Also, Cooks has seen a touchdown in four of his last six games. With Dak Prescott playing the best football of his career, Cooks is such a sneaky play in what should be the game of the week and the NFC East lead on the line.

Wide Receiver Streamers

Courtland Sutton @ Los Angeles Chargers

Courtland Sutton has had the best season of his career and no one has talked about it. He currently has NINE touchdowns on the season. He has had 14 touchdowns in his other four years, not including the season he played in just one game. The Russell Wilson & Courtland Sutton connection is a real thing. In Week 14, Sutton gets one of, if not the worst secondary against Wide Receivers for Fantasy Football in the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers are giving up 39.12 fantasy ppg to Wide Receivers, not including Week 13. Sutton has a 100% route participation which is first overall in the NFL. Expect Sutton to be on the field A LOT and to always be running a route. Courtland Sutton is a top 15 Wide Receiver and is the best possible streaming option amongst all Wide Receivers in Week 14.

Jakobi Meyers vs. Minnesota Vikings

Jakobi Meyers had a WR14 finish in his last game in Week 12. Now, he gets a softer secondary in the Minnesota Vikings. Yes, Davante Adams is still the man on this Raiders team. With that being said, eyes will be on him and not Meyers for the most part. Currently, the Vikings are allowing the tenth most fantasy ppg to Wide Receivers this season. They have also allowed the tenth-most total yards to the position and the fourth-most receptions this season. Meyers will once again be a serviceable option for Sleepers and Streamers in Week 14. Plug him into your line-ups and watch him deliver another double-digit performance against a poor Vikings secondary.

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