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Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Josh Downs caught all three of his targets for 32 yards in the team's 34-14 loss against the Cincinnati Bengals. This now makes the fourth game in a row where Downs has failed to eclipse over 45 yards. The rookie has provided some decent spark for Indy's passing offense, but the most recent stretch of underwhelming performances might have fantasy managers going in another direction for flex options moving forward. Downs can make for a decent flex option in some deeper leagues in his Week 15 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but managers in smaller formats may want to bench the former Tar Heel until he's gotten back to form.
Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson bounced back in a Week 14 win over the Los Angeles Chargers after throwing a season-high three interceptions last week. In the 24-7 win over the Bolts, Wilson went 21-for-33 for 224 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, adding six carries for five yards while being sacked twice for a loss of eight yards. His pick came on his first pass of the game, but he was able to put it behind him and should have had a third TD pass had receiver Jerry Jeudy gotten a second foot in the end zone in the second half. One of the 35-year-old's scores was a 46-yard bomb to favorite wideout Courtland Sutton. Wilson now has 23 touchdowns and only eight interceptions through 14 weeks in 2023. He'll once again be a low-end QB1 streaming option for fantasy managers in Week 15 against a Detroit Lions defense that is reeling.
Indianapolis Colts rookie tight end Will Mallory saw 46 yards on five catches in the team's 34-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. The former Miami Hurricane finished second in receiving yards for Indy, falling behind wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. The Colts have utilized several tight ends this season, so there's no certainty that Mallory will keep up this production moving forward. That being said, he may be an interesting name to keep an eye on if he does see additional action. Mallory is currently off the fantasy radar for the team's Week 15 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Drake London made easy work of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers secondary on Sunday. The second-year wideout hauled in 10 of 11 targets for 172 yards in the loss. This was a great bounce back outing after his one-catch performance last week. The assumption is that London will continue getting targeted heavily after that performance. He should be a fine WR3 against the Carolina Panthers next week.
Atlanta Falcons tight end Kyle Pitts was able to make the most of his chances during Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The young tight end hauled in three of his six targets for 57 yards and a touchdown in the loss. Pitts saw the third-most targets in this game, but finished second in receiving yards. This is now back-to-back 50-plus yard games from Pitts. However, fantasy managers shouldn't get too comfortable with these types of games. He should remain on the TE2 radar for the Week 15 matchup against the Carolina Panthers.
Indianapolis Colts running back Zack Moss ran the ball 13 times for 28 yards in the team's 34-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Moss reeled in four of his eight targets for an additional 28 yards through the air. The fifth-year back once again saw a sizable opportunity share in running back Jonathan Taylor's (thumb) absence but was unable to have much success averaging only 2.2 yards per carry. Most recent reports suggest that Taylor (thumb) will miss the next couple of weeks, in which case Moss will still be worth consideration in lineups moving forward. If Taylor (thumb) is out for the team's Week 15 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers, fantasy managers should still look Moss' way for a potential RB3 option.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. reeled in eight of his 11 targets for 95 yards in the team's 34-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Pittman led all Colts pass-catchers in targets, and this now marks the fourth game in a row he's gone for over 80 yards. The former USC Trojan's target share and rapport with quarterback Gardner Minshew have made him a weekly starter in most formats. Fantasy managers should look to include Pittman as a WR1/2 in the team's Week 15 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Parker Washington secured two passes on three targets for 27 yards and a touchdown in a four-point loss to the Cleveland Browns. The rookie filled in admirably for star wideout Christian Kirk yet again, hauling in another touchdown, which gives him a score in his first two career games operating as a receiver. The three-headed monster of Engram, Ridley, and Jones accounted for 80% of quarterback Trevor Lawrence's targets, but Washington was able to take advantage of his minimal looks with a beautiful back-shoulder touchdown grab in the fourth quarter. The sixth-round pick from Penn State will look to continue the hot start to his career next week against Baltimore.
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Calvin Ridley caught four passes for 53 yards on 13 targets against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. With Christian Kirk out, Ridley saw a season-high in targets but was only able to turn that into a 38% catch rate. Ridley's day could have been much more fruitful for fantasy, as the 28-year-old wideout was once again tackled on the one-yard line, which seems to happen every few games. Ridley will look to bounce back in a Sunday night showdown next weekend against the Baltimore Ravens.
Dynasty | Browns tight end David Njoku had six catches for 91 yards and two touchdowns in a win against Jacksonville. Dynasty Analysis: Njoku is notorious for some up and down performances but this was a monster day for fantasy managers and his best of the season. While he could easily disappear again next week, it's clear Joe Flacco has a connection with him and Njoku should be considered a low-end TE1 the rest of the way. He's still a TE2 in dynasty rankings but you never know when an eruption can be coming.
Dynasty | Texans running back Dameon Pierce had just nine rushing yards in a loss against the Jets. Dynasty Analysis: He "added" one catch for -2 yards. Pierce was neutralized when the Jets went up big in the game and ceded most of the backfield work to a more versatile Devin Singletary. Still, Pierce has been dreadful all season and has just 391 rushing yards on the season, averaging fewer than three yards per carry. It certainly looks like last season was a bit of a mirage and Pierce's dynasty arrow is pointing down.
Dynasty | The Vikings replaced quarterback Joshua Dobbs with Nick Mullens in their 3-0 win against Las Vegas. Dynasty Analysis: In a game most will never talk about again, the Vikings turned to Nick Mullens after Dobbs went 10-of-23 for 63 scoreless yards. Dobbs has clearly cooled off after a hot start and it's hard to see him starting next week after being ineffective today and throwing four interceptions last week. In the end, Dobbs is what he is - a moderately capable backup quarterback. He's going to be tough to keep on rosters should Mullens be named the starter this week.
Dynasty | Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson was forced from the Vikings win against Las Vegas with a chest injury. Dynasty Analysis: Just when you thought Jefferson was out of the woods and back for the rest of the season, he was knocked out and eventually ended up in the hospital. His two catches and 27 yards were disappointing on the day but this injury is a serious concern. The Vikings are still in the playoff hunt but they'll surely take it easy with their franchise cornerstone and not put him at risk. Stay tuned.
Dynasty | Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert fractured the index finger in his throwing hand in an ugly loss against the Broncos. Dynasty Analysis: And just like that, the Chargers season actually got worse. At 5-8, it's hard to see Los Angeles rushing Herbert back on the field and it's possible he's taken his last snap of the season. It's nearly certain his streak of 62 straight starts is going to end. While Herbert will still be a QB1 this off-season, there are questions about the future of this team and his value moving forward.
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins (foot) is questionable to return to the Sunday night game against the division-rival Philadelphia Eagles after injuring his ankle. Hankins was carted to the locker room in the third quarter before being helped off the field by the training staff, so it's probably unlikely he's going to return to this contest. If the 31-year-old veteran doesn't come back in this one, Mazi Smith should see more snaps on Dallas' defensive line. Before injuring his ankle, Hankins didn't have a single tackle. There should be more news on the severity of Hankins' ankle injury after he undergoes tests after the game on Sunday or on Monday.
Houston Texans tight end Brevin Jordan led the team in receiving yards in their 30-6 loss against the New York Jets in Week 14. With Dalton Schultz (hamstring) out for the contest, Jordan filled in as the Texans TE1 for the second straight week. In Week 14, he caught all three of his targets for 35 yards. Houston's passing offense had trouble on Sunday in the rain as quarterback C.J. Stroud threw for just 91 yards. If Schultz can't play next week on the road against the Tennessee Titans, Jordan would see another start.
Houston Texans running back Dameon Pierce continued to struggle in the team's 30-6 loss against the New York Jets in Week 14. Pierce ran just four times for nine yards in the contest as Devin Singletary took over Houston's backfield once again. Singletary totaled more carries (13) and rush yards (65) in the game. The veteran also got the team's lone goal-line carry, which resulted in a touchdown. Pierce has had a rough second season in the NFL and appears to be the Texans' backup at the moment. He'll look to get things going next week on the road against the Tennessee Titans.
Chicago Bears running back Roschon Johnson had a minimal impact in Week 14, carrying the ball only once for six yards in the team's 28-13 victory over the Lions. The return of D'Onta Foreman diminished the rookie's role, despite Johnson averaging 10 touches per game over the previous three weeks. Before the bye week, he managed 15 touches for 75 yards without Foreman. However, in Week 14, Johnson found himself behind both Foreman and Khalil Herbert. The concerning aspect lies in how the Bears distributed carries to other backs in crucial moments of the game. While rookies often see increased opportunities post-bye week, the crowded running back room in Chicago may limit Johnson's involvement throughout the season. Facing the Browns in Week 15, a team allowing the 19th-most points per game to running backs this year, Johnson remains a stash for now until he secures a more consistent role.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Evan Engram hauled in 11 passes on 12 targets for 95 yards and two scores in a loss at Cleveland on Sunday. It was a monster performance from the veteran tight end, whose 27-half PPR points marked the second most of his long career. Engram was reeling in passes all over the field with the Jaguars playing from behind the entire game and caught almost everything thrown his way. His 91% catch percentage was by far the highest on the team (minimum five targets), and he also received the most red zone looks on the day. This week also marked two straight games with touchdowns after being held out of the end zone in Weeks 1-12. Even with the tough matchup next week at Baltimore, Engram is a lineup lock in any size league.
Houston Texans running back Devin Singletary totaled 65 yards from scrimmage in the team's 30-6 loss against the New York Jets in Week 14. The Texans' offense struggled big-time on Sunday and finished with just 135 total yards in the contest. However, Singletary was Houston's lone bright spot on offense, totaling 13 carries for 65 yards and one touchdown. The veteran back scored late in the third quarter on a one-yard score. Singletary appears to be the team's top running back right now, and he'll look to extend his touchdown streak on the road against the Tennessee Titans next week.
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