Bilal Powell rushed six times for 28 yards and caught 2-of-5 targets for seven yards in the Jets' Week 12 win over the Dolphins.
Powell is a useful breather back and change of pace behind Chris Ivory, but he's not a significant threat to Ivory's usage beyond situational and passing-down work. Powell is an RB5 in fantasy football leagues.
T.Y. Hilton caught 6-of-12 targets for 95 yards and two touchdowns in the Colts' Week 12 win over the Bucs.
Hilton beat Bucs CB Sterling Moore for a 19-yard TD, and later scored in the fourth quarter to ice the win. He led the Colts in targets and had better chemistry with Matt Hasselbeck. With plus matchups over the next month, Hilton has potential to put up some big games. He'll get the Steelers' bottom-five secondary in Week 13.
Antonio Andrews rushed 11 times for 32 yards in Tennessee's Week 12 loss to the Raiders.
He added a 14-yard reception. Matt Asiata 2.0 had trouble getting his feet moving in the rain. Andrews leads the Titans' underwhelming committee, but finds himself capped at the RB2/3 borderline for fantasy purposes. You'll want to do better against the Jaguars in Week 13. Jacksonville is one of the league's better run defenses on a per-carry basis.
Chris Ivory rushed 21 times for 87 yards and a touchdown and caught 2-of-2 targets for 15 yards in the Jets' Week 12 win over the Dolphins.
Ivory was largely bottled up until he busted loose for a 31-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Ivory's rushing efficiency has picked up over his last three games, and he out-touched Bilal Powell 23-to-8 on Sunday. Ivory will remain a borderline RB1 when the Jets face the Giants in Week 13.
Rueben Randle caught 1-of-6 targets for 36 yards and a touchdown Week 12 against the Redskins.
Randle was having a terrible day before hooking up with Eli Manning for a 40-yard score on fourth down late in the game. It was Randle's only catch, and he ended up losing four yards on a lateral play to close out the loss. Randle has been terrible this season, but he sees at least six targets most weeks. That is worth something in deep leagues.
Raiders WR Seth Roberts caught 6-of-7 targets for 113 yards and two touchdowns in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Titans.
It was the second-year deep threat's best game of the season. Roberts displayed unreal body control on both of his scores, essentially pirouetting on the first. Roberts has helped open things up for Derek Carr down the field, and is now up to 21/352/4 on the year. He shouldn't be on the waiver wire in dynasty leagues.
LeSean McCoy rushed 19 times for 70 yards and caught 3-of-5 targets for 31 yards and one touchdown in the Bills' Week 12 loss to the Chiefs.
McCoy has now totaled at least 100 yards in five-straight games as the centerpiece of the offense. McCoy's longest run went for 12 yards, as the Chiefs played the run pretty well much of the afternoon. They didn't play the pass well at all, however, and McCoy turned a late dump-off play into a 10-yard touchdown catch. He'll remain a locked-in RB1 next week against the Texans.
Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 22-of-37 throws for 277 yards and four touchdowns in the Jets' Week 12 win over the Dolphins.
He added 21 yards on five scrambles. The New York media laughably tried to create a quarterback controversy last week after Fitzpatrick threw two interceptions in Week 11, but there's very little doubt FitzMagic gives the Jets their best chance to win. He showed that Sunday in a turnover-free, four-touchdown effort. Fitzpatrick will remain squarely on the QB1 streamer radar when the Jets take on a weak Giants pass defense in Week 13.