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DFS Roundtable: Low-Salary Grab Bag

The DFS team discusses the low-salary options at the skill positions for Week 14

For each skill position, pick your favorite low-salary option this week from the list below:

Ryan Tannehill (vs. New England)
Case Keenum (at San Francisco)
Derek Carr (vs. Pittsburgh)
Eli Manning (at Washington)

Spencer Ware (vs. Baltimore)
Peyton Barber (vs. New Orleans)
LeSean McCoy (vs. New York Jets)
Jeff Wilson (vs. Denver)
Nyheim Hines (at Houston)
Jalen Richard (vs. Pittsburgh)

Courtland Sutton (at San Francisco)
Chris Godwin (vs. New Orleans)
Dante Pettis (vs. Denver)
DeVante Parker (vs. New England)
Devin Funchess (at Cleveland)
Michael Crabtree (at Kansas City)
John Brown (at Kansas City)
Michael Gallup (vs. Philadelphia)

Chris Herndon (at Buffalo)
Vance McDonald (at Oakland)
C.J. Uzomah (at Los Angeles Chargers)
Cameron Brate (vs. New Orleans)
Ian Thomas (at Cleveland)
Mark Andrews (at Kansas City)
Matt LaCosse (at San Francisco)

Phil Alexander:

Ryan Tannehill (vs. New England) - This is a rough list, but give me Tannehill on the chance New England travels to Miami and the game script goes wonky as it seems to every year. Tannehill has at least shown a respectable 16-point floor in both games since returning from injury.

None - I'm going off the grid here with Justin Jackson. His great finish on Sunday Night Football may have earned him more playing time regardless, but if the Chargers are sitting on a big lead in the second half, as will likely be the case with the team favored by two touchdowns at home, I'm fairly certain LA will use Jackson as a hammer to finish the Bengals. The Chargers murky depth chart should help keep his ownership low.

Chris Godwin (vs. New Orleans) - Godwin is the clear answer here provided DeSean Jackson is out again. This tweet from NFL.com's Graham Barfield says it all:

Mark Andrews (at Kansas City) - Vance McDonald is tempting here, but Andrews is significantly cheaper and Kansas City is just as bad against tight ends as Oakland. The Chiefs have been blown up by Gerald Everett (3-49-2) and Jared Cook (7-100-1) in their last two games and Andrews has developed into the only viable pass-catcher on the Ravens since Lamar Jackson took over at quarterback.

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