Our DFS success last week was limited to a single Sunday Night Football matchup, so we can’t wait to get back on the green with our Week 14 DraftKings tournament lineup. We’re happy to take some risks in this lineup and bet on some players who have underperformed or are disappointed in recent weeks. After all, we are building these daily fantasy football lineups for GPP contests, so we are not particularly concerned about “safety”.

Before we look at our picks, here are the most notable scoring rules for DraftKings contests: Full point PPR, Four-point pass TD, 3-point bonuses per 100 rushing yards, 100 receiving yards, and 300 aerial yards.

WEEK 14 DFS LINEUP: FanDuel | Yahoo!

DraftKings picks week 14: NFL DFS lineup for GPP tournaments

Sunday Main Board, $ 50,000 Budget

QB Joe Burrow, Bengals vs. 49ers ($ 6,000). Keep an eye on Burrow’s little finger all week, but the fact that he finished Sunday with a respectable 22.6 points in the DraftKings provides optimism that he will be ready to go. With his willingness to run, coupled with Tee Higgins’s resurgence as a dynamic receiving threat, Burrow will have a chance to hang up a huge number for us.

RB Antonio Gibson, Soccer Team vs. Cowboys ($ 6,000). Gibson continues to dominate the volume, he had 28 touches in 29 chances against the Raiders last week, and the football team continues to win. JD McKissic could return to the fold after missing Week 13 with a concussion, but Gibson will continue to see a lot of work regardless of McKissic’s availability and will be in a position to rip off another solid performance.

WEEK 14 DFS LINEUP: FanDuel | Yahoo!

RB Saquon Barkley, Giants @ Chargers ($ 6,000). While it’s been frustrating, it should come as no surprise that Barkley didn’t fire up defenses after his ankle injury. However, he’s had 17 touches in each of the last two games, and we like him – and his salary – enough in this very favorable matchup. The Chargers aren’t afraid to let teams try to fight their way across the field on the ground, so the showdown could give Barkley a bit more room to move.

WR DJ Moore, Panthers vs. Falcons ($ 6,200). Look away if the narratives offend you, but this is a “gut check” or “statement week” for the Panthers, who were completely embarrassed by the Dolphins in Week 12 and fired offensive coordinator Joe Brady in Week 13. Moore is hands down the Panthers’ best offensive weapon with Christian McCaffrey (ankle) on the shelf, and it’s reasonable to expect senior offensive assistant and interim OC Jeff Nixon to make sure Moore is involved.

WR Elijah Moore, Jets vs. Saints ($ 5,900). It seems that Moore could be considered the number one receiver for the Jets. He has seen 31 goals in the last three weeks and has scored five touchdowns since Week 9. And to add a little more scoring potential to his prospect, Moore is a weekly candidate to see a designed wide receiver career. He received a carry in three consecutive contests and scored on a 19-yard run in Week 7.

WR Brandon Aiyuk, 49ers @ Bengals ($ 5,800). Aiyuk did not deliver the production many expected in place of Deebo Samuel, but sometimes the “next man up” mantra does not materialize in the week immediately following the injury of a key player. George Kittle dominated Sunday, but Aiyuk’s six goals were still second on the team and accounted for 20 percent of Jimmy Garoppolo’s passing attempts. It could certainly be Aiyuk leading the air charge against the Bengals this week.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

TE Mark Andrews, Ravens @ Browns ($ 5,900). It was a mixed bag for Andrews in the Ravens’ loss to the Steelers last week. His nine goals led the team, but he left plenty of points on the field as he and Lamar Jackson struggled to click each other. The Ravens followed up their previous three losses with a win, so we like them against the Browns on Sunday despite their recent form. Jackson hasn’t been shy about targeting Andrews this season, and with a little more acuity from both of them, a great performance will be within his grasp.

FLEX (RB) Javonte Williams, Broncos vs. Lions ($ 5,900). Williams had his first opportunity to lead the Broncos’ backfield and delivered an excellent effort – 178 total yards, six receptions and one touchdown – worth 32.8 DraftKings points. Keep an eye out for Melvin Gordon’s status throughout the week, but even if Williams didn’t officially take the torch with his Week 13 performance, he could still be heavily relied upon if Gordon returns to the mix.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

DEF Jaguars @ Titans ($ 2,300). We’re being a bit greedy with our skill position players, so we’re going to pinch pennies on defense. It’s more about the Titans struggling offensively in recent weeks, despite their 270 rushing yards against the New England Patriots in Week 12, than faith in the Jaguars. However, we’ve seen the Jaguars surprise us before, that is, in Week 9 against the Bills, and they could hold their own here.