Larry Fitzgerald caught 12 passes for 96 yards and one touchdown in Arizona's 30-10, Week 14 win over the Rams.
Hakeem Nicks caught five balls for 135 yards in the Giants' Week 14 loss to the Chargers.
Nicks continues to flash his old playmaking ability on a sporadic basis, but he has been wholly unable to sustain effective week-to-week performance. The Chargers' talent-deficient and banged-up secondary provided an ideal matchup for New York's onetime No. 1 receiver. He'll experience the opposite end of the spectrum next week against the Seahawks.
Montee Ball rushed 15 times for 77 yards with a touchdown and added three catches for 10 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Titans.
With the playoffs drawing closer, the Broncos are making a concerted effort to ease the burden on Knowshon Moreno (20 touches). It means Ball is rotating in early and often, and also getting a ton of red-zone looks. Over the last two weeks, the rookie has 28 carries while the veteran has 29. As a goal-line option, pass-catcher and change-of-pace back in a ridiculously explosive offense, Ball will be a viable flex play against the Chargers on Thursday night.
Jason Campbell completed 29-of-44 passes for 391 yards and three touchdowns in Week 14 against the Patriots.
Making his first appearance since suffering a Week 12 concussion, Campbell looked pretty sharp as he peppered Jordan Cameron and Josh Gordon with targets. It shouldn't be too difficult with those two athletic freaks in your arsenal. Campbell appeared to have led the Browns to an upset victory over the Patriots, but New England scored two touchdowns in the final 1:04 to win 27-26. Campbell's three scores went to Gordon, Cameron, and Gary Barnidge on a broken play. Campbell will be a low-end QB2 next week against Chicago.
Andrew Hawkins caught one pass for seven yards in Week 14 against the Colts.
Hawkins drew two targets as the No. 4 receiver. He's no higher than the sixth or seventh option in the passing game and is off the re-draft radar.
Tyler Eifert caught three passes for 20 yards in Week 14 versus the Colts.
Eifert saw four targets on the day. He and Jermaine Gresham continue to share tight end duties, leaving neither as anything more than a low-end TE2.
Peyton Manning completed 39-of-59 passes for 397 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 51-28 Week 14 win over the Titans.
With temperatures hovering around 16 degrees for much of the game and Manning facing the Titans' elite corner duo, pundits suggested the league's obvious MVP might struggle. It didn't happen. Manning was extremely sharp once again, spreading the ball to all his weapons and not missing a beat after Wes Welker left with a concussion. It's Manning's seventh game with more than 350 yards passing and his seventh game with four or more touchdown passes. He'll be fantasy's No. 1 quarterback in Week 15, when the Broncos host the Chargers.
T.Y. Hilton caught two passes for seven yards in Week 14 against the Bengals.
Hilton was targeted five times on the day. He narrowly missed hauling in a long touchdown, but S Reggie Nelson barely got a fingertip on the ball to knock it away at the last second. Hilton was visibly upset at one point on the field. He's strung together a number of under-whelming efforts the past month. Hilton will be a strong WR2 next week at home against the Texans.