Jermaine Kearse caught two passes for 15 yards in Seattle's Week 15 loss to the 49ers.
Stevan Ridley rushed for 35 yards on eight carries in Week 14 against the Browns.
Danny Woodhead rushed seven times for 42 yards and caught 4-of-5 targets for 52 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers' Week 14 win over the Giants.
So much for his declining role. Woodhead had been playing fewer snaps and seeing fewer touches recently due to Ryan Mathews' outstanding play, but on Sunday they both got theirs in a dominant win. Mathews racked up a season-high 32 touches, while Woodhead made his 11 count. Woodhead will be a terrific flex/RB2 when the Chargers play the Broncos next in a game sure to have a high over-under.
Golden Tate caught six passes for 65 yards in Seattle's Week 14 loss to the 49ers.
Tate added 49 yards on three punt returns. The 49ers' secondary covered almost as well as Seattle's on Sunday, but Tate got open on a number of plays where Russell Wilson scrambled for more time. Tate added a good deal of yardage after the catch. Both the catches and yards were his most since Week 10. Tate will be a mid-range WR3 for Week 15 against the Giants.
Anquan Boldin caught six passes for 93 yards in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
Michael Crabtree had trouble finding daylight against Seattle's suffocating coverage, but Boldin is used to not being able to separate. He made a number of contested catches. Boldin has now cleared 90 yards in each of his past three games after failing to do so between Weeks 5-11. He'll be a mid-range WR3 against Darrelle Revis and the Bucs in Week 15. Revis will likely mostly do battle with Crabtree.
Ladarius Green was held without a catch on one target in San Diego's Week 14 win over the Giants.
Although Green started and was still involved in San Diego's offense, his snaps were scaled back as Eddie Royal returned from chest and toe injuries, and the Chargers used more three-receiver looks instead of two-tight end packages. Green is clearly still in a development phase, and the Bolts' coaching staff doesn't fancy him a true every-down, featured player yet. He'll be a TE2 when the Chargers face the Broncos in Week 15.
Kendall Wright caught two passes for 17 yards in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Denver.
On a day the Titans scored 28 points and Ryan Fitzpatrick attempted 24 passes, Wright strangely saw just three targets. It wasn't an injury issue, he simply wasn't the first read on many throws as he worked out of the slot. The dud snaps four-game streak with at least six catches and 77 yards, and makes the second-year man a major risk as a WR3 against the Cardinals in Week 15. Fitzpatrick could easily get shellshocked in that one.
Vernon Davis caught two passes for 21 yards and a touchdown in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
Davis drew only three targets against Seattle's fiercely-physical defense, but made them count for fantasy owners. Davis' touchdown was an eight-yard grab on third down late in the third quarter where he beat stingy single coverage. Davis has now scored in each of his past four games, and is up to 11 touchdowns on the season.