Kamar Aiken caught two passes for 29 yards in the Ravens' third preseason game.
With Breshad Perriman (knee) still sidelined, Aiken once again got the start. He appears to clearly be the No. 2 behind Steve Smith, making him worth a late-round flier. Aiken has three catches for 42 yards this preseason.
Jason Witten wasn't targeted in Saturday's preseason game.
Witten played extremely few snaps this exhibition season, finishing without a grab. Witten was an extra offensive lineman for large chunks of 2014, but was still a TE1. The Cowboys could need him to run more routes this season with the running game a lock to regress. Witten's upside isn't near what it once was, but he's a no-brainer TE1, one who can be drafted on the cheap.
Jay Cutler completed 13-of-17 passes for 98 yards in Saturday's third preseason game.
Cutler was playing without his top three wideouts, so it's hard to draw any conclusions. He's managed to cut down on his turnovers this preseason, throwing zero interceptions through three games. Cutler isn't more than a mid-range QB2.
Tevin Coleman rushed four times for two yards in the Falcons' third preseason game.
Seeing his first action of the preseason due to a hamstring injury, Coleman couldn't create much running room. His long run went for six yards, but Coleman was blown up on the very next play in the backfield for a five-yard loss. Terron Ward got much of the work with the first-team offense with Coleman just making his way back and Devonta Freeman (hamstring) sidelined. Freeman is still the favorite for early-season carries in this backfield despite missing Saturday's tuneup.
Cole Beasley caught a six-yard pass in Saturday's preseason game.
The Cowboys' slot man finishes the summer with two grabs for 11 yards. He's a WR5/6 in standard leagues.
Ryan Fitzpatrick played well in Saturday’s preseason game against the Giants, completing 9-of-14 passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns.
Fitzpatrick looked nimble as ever, routinely extending plays in the pocket and making a number of nice throws on the run. He was at his best when the Jets went to the play-action, including his gorgeous 18-yard touchdown pass to Eric Decker. If Fitzpatrick plays like this in the regular season, he'll have a good chance to remain the starter even when Geno Smith comes back from a broken jaw.
Redskins WR Evan Spencer exited the team's third preseason game with a possible head injury.
Spencer went down on a Redskins' touchdown play late in the third quarter. He was taken to the locker room to be evaluated for a possible concussion.
Ryan Mathews had seven carries for 22 yards in the Eagles' third preseason game, adding two catches for 12 yards.
Mathews saw time with the first team, playing in a change-up role behind DeMarco Murray. He should open the season in a complementary role, but won't be more than a boom/bust FLEX option. Through three preseason games, Mathews has 12 carries for 59 yards (4.9 YPC) and a touchdown.