Eddie Lacy said the Packers have to figure out better ways to run the ball.
Saints TE Ben Watson left Sunday's Week 3 win over the Vikings with an undisclosed injury.
It's a chance for second-year man Josh Hill to step in as the No. 2 tight end. Hill had a career-high 48 yards and scored his second career touchdown Sunday.
Lance Moore played one snap in Sunday night's Week 3 win at Carolina.
Moore missed the first two games due to a groin injury, so perhaps the Steelers were just easing him back in. Or maybe he's lost No. 3 duties to Justin Brown. Either way, no one can complain as the Steelers hung 37 points on one of the best defenses in the NFL.
The right knee injury Jonathan Stewart sustained Sunday night is not believed to be serious.
Stewart avoided any tears, but the fact that he was unable to return to the game means he's in doubt for Week 4. It's a shame, because the oft-injured former first-round pick was running well with eight touches for 51 yards before leaving. If DeAngelo Williams (thigh) can get right, he'll be a lock for double-digit touches at Baltimore next week. Mike Tolbert (leg) also left Sunday night's loss early.
Steelers CB Ike Taylor will be out indefinitely after breaking his forearm in Sunday night's Week 3 win over the Panthers.
It's bad news for matchup-savvy fantasy owners as Taylor is a weekly target. Last year, he was PFF's No. 98 corner out of 110 qualifiers. Look for Taylor to head to short-term injured reserve and William Gay to take over at right corner in the meantime. Gay was PFF's No. 9 corner last season
Jason Avant had two catches for 12 yards in Week 3.
Even with Jerricho Cotchery sidelined, Avant continued to play a minor role in the passing game. He secured just two of his six targets. Avant remains off the fantasy radar.
Philly Brown caught seven passes for 66 yards in Week 3 against the Steelers.
Brown started in place of Jerricho Cotchery, with Jason Avant playing the slot in three-wide sets. He finished behind only Kelvin Benjamin with nine targets. Brown had a strong game offensively, but lost a fumble on a punt return in the fourth quarter that was recovered for a touchdown. He'll be relegated to the Panthers' No. 4 receiver when Cotchery returns.
Heath Miller had four catches for 51 yards in Week 3 against the Panthers.
Miller was overthrown by Ben Roethlisberger on his lone red-zone target. He has 11 catches for 112 yards through three games. Miller will look to exploit a Bucs defense that struggles to cover tight ends in Week 4.