Allen Robinson, Blake Bortles, and OC Nathaniel Hackett had a sit-down this week to try and get on the same page.
The Jaguars are a mess, and this season can't end soon enough for them. Since his 9-107-1 Week 10 against the Bills, Robinson has caught 8-of-21 targets for 63 yards and one score over the past three games. Robinson will be near-impossible to trust this week in another tough spot against the Vikings.
Julio Jones (toe) is not practicing Wednesday.
Jones is battling turf toe. Coach Dan Quinn said Jones will likely play this week, but that's not a given. The Falcons don't necessarily need Jones in order to beat the lowly Rams and 49ers over the next two weeks.
Sammy Watkins (foot) is not practicing Wednesday.
It's not viewed as a setback. According to coach Rex Ryan, Watkins came out of Week 13 feeling better than he did after his Week 12 return. Look for him to return to practice Thursday before playing Sunday.
Robert Woods (knee) returned to a limited practice Wednesday.
He's missed the past two games after spraining his knee in Week 11. Woods' return will be a boost to the offense with the Bills is must-win mode on the outside looking in at the playoffs. This puts Woods on track for Week 14.
Braxton Miller (shoulder) is considered day to day.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Miller has been diagnosed with a sprained shoulder. Miller hasn't been fantasy factor at all in his rookie year.
Dorial Green-Beckham (oblique) is not practicing Wednesday.
DGB took a big hit from Bengals WLB Vontaze Burfict in the Week 13 loss and suffered an "oblique contusion." His status for Week 14 is up in the air.
Jordan Matthews (ankle) returned to practice Wednesday.
Coach Doug Pederson expects Matthews to play against the Redskins after he missed the Week 13 blowout loss to the Bengals. Matthews will have to avoid setbacks, which he was unable to do last week, but he should be fine.
Ryan Mathews (knee) returned to practice Wednesday.
Jordan Matthews (ankle) also returned. Mathews has missed the previous two games with a sprained MCL, but coach Doug Pederson expects him back this week. The Eagles' rushing offense has provided nothing in those two contests as they've been blown out by double-digits in both games.