Knile Davis rushed 11 times for 30 yards and a touchdown in Kansas City's Week 14 win over the Redskins, adding a 17-yard reception.
Davis got some heavy run as the Chiefs drained the clock in a blowout. The highlight was his 17-yard touchdown, where he jumped over a teammate and made some deft cuts in the teeth of the defense. Davis is a nice long-term investment in Dynasty leagues, but could struggle for value behind Jamaal Charles in 2014.
Charles Clay caught seven passes for 97 yards with two touchdowns in Sunday's Week 14 win at Pittsburgh.
Clay went toe-to-toe with Troy Polamalu and won. His first touchdown came on a goal-line play in which he started inside, blocked and then leaked out for an easy 6-yarder. His second score came on a simple out pattern in which he pulled a Houdini on two tacklers and coasted up the sideline for a 12-yard score. The red-hot Clay will be a TE1 candidate in the Week 15 game against the Patriots. He has 14 catches, 177 yards and two touchdowns across the last two weeks and is now averaging 52.1 yards per game on the season.
Seahawks SLB K.J. Wright was forced from Sunday's game against the 49ers with a foot injury, and will not return.
Wright appeared extremely upset on the sideline after being told he would not return, but it's unclear how serious his injury might be. Wright has graded out as the No. 10 4-3 outside linebacker in Pro Football Focus' ratings this season.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 48 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries in Week 14 versus the Colts.
Starting in place of an injured Anthony Fasano (knee, concussion), Sean McGrath caught two passes for 20 yards in Kansas City's Week 14 win over the Redskins.
McGrath was a solid fill-in for Fasano earlier in the season, but drew only three targets in a blowout. Fasano could return as early as Week 15, keeping McGrath off the TE2 radar in re-draft leagues.
Ryan Tannehill completed 20-of-33 passes for 200 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's Week 14 win at Pittsburgh.
Despite snowy conditions and a slick field, Tannehill put on a show with both his arm and his legs (two runs for 56 yards). He benefited from the tackle-breaking ability of Charles Clay, but also showed fine accuracy and reading ability while not forcing throws. Tannehill now has five touchdowns in the last two weeks and is averaging 267.6 yards across the last five weeks. He'll be a QB2 at home against the Patriots in Week 15.
Trent Richardson rushed for 20 yards on six carries and caught five passes for 68 yards in Week 14 at Cincinnati.
It was Richardson's best game since he was acquired by the Colts. While he isn't doing much on the ground, Richardson has been a factor in the passing game. He's caught 17 passes the past six games. Donald Brown started for the Colts against the Bengals, but Richardson entered on the third series and played extensively. Richardson still isn't start-able in fantasy, but he looked good Sunday.
Daniel Thomas rushed 16 times for 105 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's 34-28 Week 14 win at Pittsburgh.
Left for dead by media reports a couple weeks back following an ankle injury, Thomas burst back onto the scene in this one. Not only was he surprisingly active, but he shared touches with Lamar Miller early on and then became the feature back when Miller sustained a concussion. Thomas impressed with rarely seen before elusiveness, even breaking off a 55-yard run and pushing his way for a four-yard touchdown. If Miller isn't cleared for Week 15, Thomas will be a flex option against a Patriots defense that has struggled against the run.