Jason Witten caught 4-of-6 targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 12 win over the Giants.
Witten scored on a shovel pass in second quarter. He continues to have a bigger role in the offense in favor of Terrance Williams, with two touchdowns over his last three games. Witten will be a mid-range TE1 in Week 13 against the Eagles.
Terrance Williams was held to one catch for 18 yards in Week 12.
After scoring six touchdowns through the first seven games, Williams has been limited to just 37 yards over the last three weeks. He continues to lose targets to Jason Witten and Cole Beasley on underneath routes. Williams will be a touchdown-dependent WR3 against the Eagles on Thursday.
Rueben Randle had three catches for 36 yards in Week 12 against the Cowboys.
With Eli Manning locked on to Odell Beckham, Randle was targeted just three times. He's behind both Beckham and Larry Donnell for red-zone looks and hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 5. Randle isn't more than a low-end WR3 going forward.
Dez Bryant caught seven passes for 86 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday night's Week 12 win over the Giants.
The Giants held Bryant in check in the first half, shadowing him with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie for most of the game. He was left wide open on a 31-yard catch and run for his first score, and caught the game-winning touchdown with just over a minute in the fourth quarter. Bryant is now up to a 63/879/10 line this season. He'll be a top-three option against the Eagles secondary on Thursday.
Rashad Jennings rushed 19 times for 52 yards and caught eight passes for 68 yards in Sunday night's Week 12 loss to the Cowboys.
Jennings started, but lost carries to Andre Williams. He did most of his damage in the fourth quarter, including a 27-yard catch on a swing pass that set up the Giants' go-ahead touchdown. Jennings had a touchdown vultured by Williams and failed to convert on two goal-line chances. He was targeted 10 times and remains heavily involved in the pass game. Jennings will be a high-end RB2 for Week 13 against Jacksonville.
Andre Williams had 10 carries for 35 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's loss to the Cowboys, adding one catch for 12 yards.
Williams had an expanded role this week, and vultured a touchdown from Rashad Jennings in the second quarter. He was the more effective back between the tackles, and could continue to see a bigger committee role. The Giants gave Williams goal-line work, but didn't use him in high-leverage situations. Williams is a must-own handcuff for Jennings owners.
DeMarco Murray rushed 24 times for 121 yards in the Cowboys' Week 12 win over the Giants on Sunday night.
He added two catches for 22 yards. It's a disappointing game for Murray's standard, as the Giants came into Sunday night as the worst-ranked run defense. Murray didn't make any impact runs, but consistently picked up yardage against stacked eight-man fronts. Murray hasn't shown any signs of wearing down coming off the Cowboys' bye. He'll remain a must-start against the Eagles on Thanksgiving.
Odell Beckham had 10 catches for 146 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday night's Week 12 loss to Dallas.
Beckham made a highlight one-handed 43-yard touchdown over Cowboys CB Brandon Carr in the second quarter. He easily won one-on-one matchups, and was able to get open against double teams. Beckham was targeted a team-high 11 times, but briefly exited in the fourth quarter with a back injury. He's now posted 90-plus yards in four straight weeks and is averaging at least seven catches since entering the starting lineup. Beckham will be a top-ten receiver play in Week 13 and has a favorable rest-of-season schedule with games against Jacksonville, Tennessee, and Washington.