Clive Walford caught 1-of-3 targets for 18 yards in the Raiders' Week 13 win over the Bills.
Jermaine Gresham caught 5-of-6 targets for 52 yards Week 13 against the Redskins.
Gresham did not find the end zone, but this was a better game than his 35/1 performance against the Falcons last week. He did drop his only missed target, but Gresham had a couple third-down conversions including one where he steamrolled Josh Norman at the sticks. He also came close to a touchdown in the first quarter, but he was brought down at the one. The targets could have just been matchup driven the last two weeks, but the Cardinals have not gotten much out of anyone not named David Johnson or Larry Fitzgerald in the passing game. Gresham may stay involved next week against the Dolphins.
Marquise Goodwin caught 4-of-8 targets for 35 yards in the Bills' Week 13 loss to the Raiders.
Goodwin entered this one with a minor wrist issue, but he ended up leading all Bills receivers in snaps with Robert Woods (knee) and Percy Harvin (illness) out. His eight targets were second-most to Sammy Watkins' nine. Goodwin hasn't done much in recent weeks. He'll be a WR4 next week against the Steelers.
Philip Rivers completed 15-of-26 passes for 225 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in the Chargers' Week 13 loss to Tampa Bay.
Uncharacteristically, he added 18 yards on three scrambles. Rivers connected with Dontrelle Inman (35 yards) and Tyrell Williams (40) on long touchdown passes, and should've had an 80-yard scoring bomb only for Travis Benjamin to drop it. Rivers also had his patented fourth-quarter meltdown, throwing two picks in the final frame including a pick six secured by Lavonte David. Rivers will still be a solid QB1 play when the Chargers visit Carolina in Week 14.
Michael Floyd caught 3-of-8 targets for 18 yards and a touchdown.
Floyd is operating as the clear No. 2 with John Brown hobbled, but he is struggling to take advantage. He was on his way to another terrible day in this one, but Carson Palmer hit him with an excellent pass for a six-yard score in the third quarter. Floyd also dropped a couple passes and simply failed to track another deep shot. Playing poorly, Floyd is a weak WR4 dart throw.
Amari Cooper caught 2-of-4 targets for 59 yards and one touchdown in the Raiders' Week 13 win over the Bills.
Cooper continues to be quite a strange player to own in fantasy. He's been severely out-targeted by Michael Crabtree the past two weeks, and Cooper has many maddening games when it comes to yards and catches. But on Sunday, he was able to score from 37 yards out on a catch-and-run and also had a long gain called back on a penalty. Cooper has as much upside as any receiver in the league, but he's shown big downside. He's more of a WR2 Thursday night in KC.
John Brown did not catch his only target Week 13 against the Cardinals.
Brown appeared to play very limited snaps, and his only target was in the two-minute drill at the end of the first half. Clearly less than 100 percent, Brown does not need to be owned in any redraft leagues.
Sammy Watkins caught 3-of-9 targets for 38 yards in the Bills' Week 13 loss to the Raiders.
After playing just 25-of-55 snaps in his Week 12 return, Watkins was in on 49-of-72 snaps in this one. He's obviously still not 100 percent coming off a broken foot, but the Bills need Watkins to be out there with Robert Woods (knee) and Percy Harvin (illness) out. Watkins' nine targets were a team-high, but he wasn't able to make much happen against Oakland's physical cornerbacks. Watkins will be an upside WR2/3 next week against the Steelers.