Streaming QBs: Week 14

QB List provides you with the best fantasy options at the quarterback position to stream in Week 14 of 2022.

Every week we will bring you our advice on which signal-callers have the potential to help your fantasy teams win. We will look at the previous weeks’ performances, the quarterbacks’ supporting cast, the matchup, and smart statistical insights to offer you the clearest picture of which QB to pick up from your waiver wire.

Another productive week for our streaming recommendations as we continue to give you the best options for your fantasy team to succeed. Our primary recommendation, Derek Carr (16.00 fantasy points in Yahoo! leagues) shrugged off a poor first half offensive performance to connect twice with Davante Adams and win the game for the Raiders. Carr now has multiple touchdowns in five straight games. Nice! Trevor Lawrence (16.36 fantasy points), coming off a career-defining performance last week, alarmingly had a disappointing day in Detroit despite a positive matchup. What made matters worse was a debilitating foot injury suffered at the end of the first half. He just wasn’t the same in the second half and put up a below-expectation score. On the other end of the matchup was an inspired Jared Goff (21.60 fantasy points), who fed Amon-Ra St.Brown to the tune of 114 yards and two scores and lifted the Lions once again in a dominant showing. He’s earned top streamer option status now!


Week 13 Performance


Now, let’s look at the lay of the land for Week 14. Remember, the caveat is that our recommended players for streaming are less than 70% rostered in Yahoo! leagues.

A crushing six teams are on bye in Week 14 – Atlanta Falcons (Marcus Mariota), Chicago Bears (Justin Fields), Green Bay Packers (Aaron Rodgers), Indianapolis Colts (Matt Ryan), New Orleans Saints (Andy Dalton), Washington Commanders (Taylor Heinicke).


Week 14 Streamers


“Bite A Knee Cap Off”


Jared Goff, Lions vs. Vikings


Much of the Lions’ renaissance can be owed to the quarterback play of Jared Goff, who completed 31-of-41 passing for 340 yards and two touchdowns in a rout of the Jaguars in Week 13. Goff now has back-to-back weeks of 17+ fantasy points and his aspiring chemistry with receivers Amon-Ra St. Brown and DJ Chark is something to get excited about.

Goff has decidedly the best match-up amongst eligible streamers at the position in Week 14, coming up against a porous Vikings secondary that is giving up the seventh most fantasy points to quarterbacks and has given up at least 22 points to opposing offenses in the last four games. This has shootout written all over it!



“DC To DA All Day”


Derek Carr, Raiders at Rams


Sometimes it is not rocket science in this quarterback business – just throw the ball to your best receiver as much as possible. That is the philosophy Derek Carr has employed in recent weeks to the Raiders’ advantage. Carr has connected with Davante Adams for a whopping 664 yards and seven touchdowns in the past five games. So, the fact he is only 67% rostered on a week where six teams are on bye is a minor miracle.

The Raiders face the Rams who are without many stars and are a shell of their former selfs. It should be an interesting matchup but one that Carr should thrive in.



“Daboll Time”


Daniel Jones, Giants vs. Eagles


Yes, with limited options this week Daniel Jones is the risky play given that he is going up against a ruthless Eagles defense in a key divisional matchup. Still, Jones has been quietly impressive throughout the year and put in a solid showing against a strong Commanders defensive front last week, amassing 17.10 fantasy points on the way to an overtime tie. His 13 carries for 71 yards, a season-high, boosted his fantasy value and it should be a similar story against a Philadelphia offense that will force Jones to move.

If anything, this week is more a test of Brian Daboll‘s ability to engineer productive situations for his quarterback. It is a trait he has been successful with throughout his career. So, we need to bank on that again this week.



Feature image by Michael Packard (@CollectingPack on Twitter) / Photography by Steven King / Icon Sportswire

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