Brent Celek caught two passes for 29 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Lions.
Stevie Johnson was held to five catches for 67 yards in the Bills' Week 14 loss to the Bucs.
Darrelle Revis was not to blame for Johnson's relatively slow game; they rarely squared off with each other. Johnson is a slot receiver, and Revis plays outside. The Bills' entire offense was unproductive as E.J. Manuel hit rock bottom and couldn't even get it going in garbage time. Johnson will remain a low-upside WR3 when Buffalo takes on the Jaguars next.
Josh Gordon caught seven passes for 151 yards and one touchdown in Cleveland's Week 14, 27-26 loss to the Patriots.
Scott Chandler caught two balls for 24 yards in the Bills' Week 14 loss to the Buccaneers.
Chandler turned in another ho-hum, quiet effort, which has been typical throughout his career. Even against a Jacksonville defense allowing the second most fantasy points to tight ends, Chandler will be no more than a TE2 in Week 15.
Ray Rice rushed 17 times for 67 yards in Baltimore's Week 14 win over the Vikings, adding five catches for an additional 42 yards.
Rice's yards on the ground were his third most of the year, while the receiving yards were a new season high. That tells you all you need to know about Rice's 2013. Baltimore's run blocking started out typically putrid, but finally got into a groove during the second half of a snowy game. As has become usual, Rice didn't display much shake-and-bake in the open field, but looked less stiff than he has at almost any point this season. Be that as it may, he'll be a low-end RB2 against the Lions' stout run defense in Week 15.
Bilal Powell rushed eight times for 14 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Raiders.
He added one catch for 24 yards. Powell was used on third downs and in a change-of-pace role behind Chris Ivory, finishing with only nine touches. He's averaging just 54 total yards over the last three games and won't be a recommended fantasy option in Week 15 against the Panthers.
Fred Jackson managed 12 yards on five carries in Buffalo's Week 14 loss to Tampa Bay, adding four catches for 26 yards.
The four receptions prevented F-Jax's day from being a total dud in PPR, but the entire Buffalo offense was ineffective in a dominant effort via the Bucs' defense. C.J. Spiller was also bottled up, while E.J. Manuel absorbed seven sacks and was intercepted four times. As Buffalo's goal-line back, Jackson will continue to be a decent RB2/flex when the Bills take on Jacksonville in Week 15.
DeSean Jackson caught four passes for 59 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Lions.
Jackson's owners should feel relieved they got this line. With eight inches of snow on the ground, D-Jax's speed and cutting ability was completely neutralized. His 19-yard touchdown came when Nick Foles threw up a can of corn and Chris Houston quit on the play because he thought his man was out of bounds. Jackson will have legit WR1 upside against at Minnesota's brutal pass defense in Week 15.