The Week 13 slate on DraftKings and FanDuel was great, and Week 14 follows that up with another excellent full 13-game slate that is loaded with excellent NFL DFS stacking options. Season-long daily fantasy football stacking favorites, such as Chiefs, Saints, Bucs, and Steelers, headline things, but there is also a deep secondary tier of teams that could break a slate with players from the Packers, Falcons, Patriots, Chargers and Texans all being great picks.There are a number of running backs who are in excellent spots this week, and in my opinion, virtually all of the high-volume backs are underpriced on DraftKings. Strap-in, this is going to be a good one. MORE ROTOQL: Week 14 DFS values | DFS Lineup Builder | DFS Strategy 101The Week 13 DraftKings Perfect Lineup Review featured a surprise Josh Allen-Zay Jones stack, and while it’s unlikely that was highly owned, it should serve as a reminder of how important stacking is. If a QB is going to have a big day, chances are at least one of his pass-catchers will, too. Finding the best stacks, be it based on value or potential to really go off, is made much easier with RotoQL’s DFS tools. With floor and ceiling projections, correlations, value ratings, and Vegas lines, you have expert insight available whenever you want it.For more great NFL, NBA, PGA, and MLB DFS content, check me out on Twitter (@DFSBenj), where I’m always answering daily fantasy questions and providing more DFS analysis.Week 14 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerWeek 14 NFL DFS Strategy: Top DraftKings stacks for cash games*Screenshots are from RotoQL web app QB Jameis Winston and WR Chris Godwin, Buccaneers vs. SaintsLast week the Bucs finally unleashed second-year wideout Godwin with DeSean Jackson out with a hand injury. Godwin went off for a line of 5-101-1 and has a chance for a repeat performance this week against a Saints defense that has been getting dominated by WR2s all season long. Godwin’s viability at his $4,900 price point is heavily reliant on the status of Jackson, but with the Bucs out of playoff contention, it would make sense for them to give Godwin as many reps as possible with Jackson being a free agent in the offseason.Winston is yet again a great option in cash games despite a recent price rise up to $6,200 on DraftKings. Winston looked great again last week in Tampa’s 24-17 win over the Panthers, exceeding his salary expectations for his second straight game. The matchup for Winston and any of the Bucs pass-catchers is among the best on the slate against a Saints secondary that is allowing the third-most points to quarterbacks and most points to wide receivers. The NO-TB game also has the highest total on the slate at 56 points.WEEK 14 DFS CASH LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsQB Philip Rivers and WR Keenan Allen, Chargers vs. BengalsIt’s going to be hard to overlook Godwin as the top cash game wide receiver if Jackson is ruled out again, but if Jackson is able to suit up I’m going to look to spend up a bit and roster Allen, who is underpriced coming off of his monster 14-148-1 game on Sunday night against the Steelers. Last week was far from a fluke, with Allen posting a plus/minus of plus-9.7 with a 100-percent consistency rating in his five games since the Chargers Week 8 bye.You can look to pair Allen with Rivers, who continues to play some of the best football of his entire career. Rivers hasn’t really flashed slate-breaking upside this season, but has been one of the most reliable quarterbacks for cash games, posting a plus/minus of plus-3.1 with a 75-percent consistency rating and zero ‘dud’ games this season. The matchup for the Chargers passing game is also ideal, as the Bengals have the worst defense in the league by both yards and points allowed. With RB Melvin Gordon questionable to play because of a knee injury, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Los Angeles look to lean on Rivers and the passing game to put away the Bengals, who come in as huge 14-point road underdogs.RB Aaron Jones and WR Davante Adams, Packers vs. FalconsThere’s so many great spots to target this week that I think the Packers will go slightly overlooked despite having a great matchup against the Falcons at home. Look, I know the Packers are reeling following an embarrassing loss to the Cardinals over the weekend, but this is a perfect bounce-back spot against a Falcons defense that we have looked to pick on for the majority of the season. It wouldn’t at all be surprising to see the offense open up for QB Aaron Rodgers, which will only help Adams, who has posted a plus/minus of plus-6.3 in six home games this season.Recently fired coach Mike McCarthy was given plenty of criticism for his handling of the running backs, with Jones being left frustrated last week after splitting the snaps 50/50 with Jamaal Williams. You have to think that interim coach Joe Philbin opts to ride the much more talented Jones against an Atlanta defense that ranks 30th DvP against running backs. We’ve seen Atlanta give up massive games to players like Alvin Kamara, Ezekiel Elliott, Nick Chubb, Saquon Barkley and Christian McCaffrey, so it wouldn’t at all be surprising to see Jones have a ceiling type game if Philbin is smart enough to play his best running back. WEEK 14 DFS GPP LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsWeek 14 DraftKings Picks: Best stacks for daily fantasy football GPPs/tournamentsQB Patrick Mahomes and TE Travis Kelce, Chiefs vs. RavensChiefs players have been money printers this season, but for some reason you’re seemingly always able to get pieces of their passing game for reasonable ownership in tournaments every week. I fully expect all three of Mahomes, Kelce, and Hill to go underowned this week due to a perceived difficult matchup against the Ravens. If this game was in Baltimore I would have some pause, but with this matchup being played in Arrowhead, I’m all in on the Chiefs offense.I don’t mind Hill, Chris Conley, or Spencer Ware in this spot, but my main priority is going to be the QB-TE combo of Mahomes and Kelce. This duo is coming off a monster 76 fantasy point outing against the Raiders, and Kelce has the best matchup on the field against a Ravens defense that ranks 19th DvP against tight ends. Mahomes has exceeded value every week this season, and while being cash game viable, he will likely only make my tournament lineups due to there being some great QB values hovering around $6,000.QB Drew Brees, WR Michael Thomas, and RB Alvin Kamara, Saints @ BuccaneersFor the onslaught stack of the week we are heading back down to the matchup in Tampa between the Saints and the Bucs. I would much rather target pieces from the Tampa offense in cash games due to how condensed the offense is in relation to Winston and his receiving targets, but for tournaments I want to load up on the Saints, who are coming off two straight uncharacteristically sub-par fantasy performances. The Saints have the highest implied total on the slate at 32 points, but DFS owners will inevitably talk themselves out of rostering Brees and Thomas whether it be due to their road splits or the recent two-game drop in production. DON’T BE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE! Brees torched this Tampa Bay secondary for 34 DK points back in Week 1 and has posted a plus/minus of plus-5.0 in his past nine games that have totals of 53 points or higher. I’ll also be looking to add Kamara onto this stack to get the full upside of a Brees smash day. Kamara is one of the few Saints players who has better splits away from the Superdome, as his receiving numbers get a slight bump. Kamara is averaging 36.4 DK points against Tampa over his three career matchups against them.There’s plenty of strategy that goes into putting together a winning DFS lineup, and the best place to start is RotoQL’s DFS tools. Our RotoQL’s Lineup Optimizer is a massive advantage when you’re building lineups, regardless of contest size or site.