Miles Austin caught two passes for 19 yards in Week 14 versus the Bears.
Austin was targeted four times. He failed to reel in a catch-able ball in the first half. Austin and Terrance Williams are cancelling each other out on offense, leaving neither as a roster-worthy receiver in re-draft leagues.
Earl Bennett caught two passes for 18 yards and one touchdown in Week 14 against the Cowboys.
They were the only two targets Bennett saw on the night. He's reeled in two passes or less in 11-of-13 games this season and obviously isn't a fantasy option. Bennett's touchdown came from four yards out on the opening drive.
Jason Witten caught a ten-yard touchdown in Week 14 against the Bears.
Witten was targeted three times on the night. It was an extremely disappointing effort against a defense that struggles mightily versus opposing tight ends. Witten may have been hurt, but the team didn't report anything. James Hanna and Gavin Escobar saw more work than usual it seemed. Witten will be back on the TE1 map next week in a tasty home date with the Packers.
Martellus Bennett caught five passes for 43 yards in Week 14 versus Dallas.
Bennett saw six targets on the night and secured two passes on the opening touchdown drive. Going up against his former team, the Black Unicorn found plenty of space in the middle of the field where the Cowboys really struggle on defense. He still remains the No. 4 option in the passing game, so this is a pretty standard night at the office for Bennett. He's merely a high-end TE2.
Terrance Williams caught two passes for 36 yards in Week 14 at Chicago.
Williams saw three targets. His 36 yards actually led the team on a night where Tony Romo passed for just 104 yards. Williams and Miles Austin are cancelling each other out, even though Williams is clearly more talented. Neither player can be trusted as a fantasy starter for the playoffs.
Alshon Jeffery caught five passes for 84 yards and one touchdown in Week 14 against the Cowboys.
Jeffery drew a team-high nine targets and seems to be Josh McCown's go-to guy. The touchdown is a catch you'll have to see to believe. Just before halftime, Jeffery beat B.W. Webb to the back, right corner of the end zone and vice-gripped a ball with his steel-trap mitts as he was falling to the ground for a 25-yard score. Jeffery could have easily had another touchdown earlier in the game, but he kind of quit on his route while McCown led him too far. Jeffery is producing like a WR1 in an offense where there are a ton of balls to go around. We'll conservatively have him ranked as a WR2 next week against the Browns.
Cole Beasley caught two passes for 20 yards and one touchdown in Week 14 against the Bears.
Beasley saw three targets on the night. Both of his catches were tough grabs. On an opening-drive third-and-three, Beasley reeled in a bullet of a pass over the middle for a first down. Then, late in the game he secured a nine-yard touchdown while leaping over the top of Major Wright in the back of the end zone. Beasley is the No. 4 receiver in Dallas and has no re-draft value.
Brandon Marshall caught six passes for 100 yards in Chicago's Week 14 win over the Cowboys on Monday night.
Marshall was targeted eight times on the night. Those two passes that weren't completed were end-zone targets. On a night where Josh McCown threw four touchdowns, it's a shame Marshall didn't secure one. Earl Bennett and Michael Bush scored two of them. Marshall worked the middle of the field with ease on deep ins and post patterns. He'll be on the WR1 map once again next week against the Browns. With Alshon Jeffery performing at an elite level, it's unclear which receiver Joe Haden will be tasked to shadow. Maybe he'll just play sides.