Chris Johnson rushed 12 times for 46 yards with a touchdown and caught two passes for nine yards in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Denver.
Jared Cook caught three passes for 49 yards in the Rams' 30-10, Week 14 loss to the Cardinals.
Kellen Clemens was a sitting duck in the pocket and had no clue where to go with the football on numerous occasions. Cook was targeted a team-high six times. One was on Clemens' pick-six to Karlos Dansby. Cook also could have a big gain -- and possibly long touchdown -- early in the game, but Clemens under-threw Cook after he beat Daryl Washington down field. Cook will revert back to TE2 status as part of a sputtering offense next week against the Saints.
Michael Crabtree caught four passes for 40 yards in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
Shonn Greene rushed nine times for 46 yards with two touchdowns in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Denver.
The Titans manufactured two goal-line chances early. Greene immediately came on the field for both of them, converting the first but getting stuffed on the second. Chris Johnson ended up punching that one in. Later in the second quarter, Greene busted through a hole on the left side for a 28-yard touchdown run, his longest scamper of the season. It's clear the power back is going to get some series to himself and most goal-line looks, but he won't be a flex option against the Cardinals' elite run defense in Week 15.
Marshawn Lynch rushed 20 times for 72 yards and a touchdown in Seattle's Week 14 loss to the 49ers.
Lynch wasn't targeted in the passing game. Lynch still broke his fair share of tackles, but could never get past the second level of the defense. He finished with a long rush of just 11 yards. The 72 yards were Lynch's most in four games, though he's now averaged less than four yards per carry in three straight contests. He looks like a player who could use some rest down the stretch. Either way, Lynch will remain an RB1 for Week 15 when the Seahawks travel to New York to play the Giants. The G-Men aren't going to bring the same kind of fight as the 49ers.
Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 13-of-24 passes for 172 yards with one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Denver.
Fitzpatrick started off hot as the Titans stormed to a 21-10 lead, but predictably fizzled in the freezing temperatures. His best throw was a 41-yard bomb to Justin Hunter who beat Quetin Jammer, but he failed to sustain drives even in garbage time. Fitz also failed to use his legs (one rush, four yards) after propping up his fantasy value with scrambles in the previous three weeks. We'd try to find a better QB2 ahead of the Week 15 matchup against the Cardinals.
Frank Gore rushed 17 times for 110 yards in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
It was a nice bounce-back effort for a player who entered Week 14 mired in a three-game slump, though 51 of his yards came on one fourth-quarter rush. Gore made a vicious cutback through the teeth of the defense on a run that likely would have gone as a 69-yard touchdown in his prime. Instead, Gore got chased down from behind, and appeared to tweak his hip/leg in the process. He stayed in the game, however, rushing four more times for six yards as the Niners drained some clock. Gore will be a mid-range RB2 in Week 15 when the 49ers make their cross-country trek to Tampa Bay.
Willis McGahee rushed for 33 yards on 14 carries in Week 14 against the Patriots.
McGahee caught his lone target in the passing game for no gain. McGahee continues to handle much of the early-down and short-yardage work for the Browns, but he's not doing much with it. He also appeared to suffer a head injury late in the fourth quarter when he collided head-on with Brandon Spikes. McGahee may have been knocked out on the play. He sat up and then walked to the locker room with medical personnel. McGahee is merely a desperation weekly flex option.