Matt Barkley completed 11-of-18 passes for 192 yards in Week 13 against the 49ers.
Barkley wasn't asked to do much in a game with bad conditions. He had a would-be touchdown dropped, but was able to manage Chicago to a win. Barkley isn't on the streaming radar for Week 14 against Detroit.
Jarvis Landry pulled in 11-of-14 targets for 87 yards Sunday in the Dolphins' Week 13 loss to the Ravens.
Landry did almost all of his damage after halftime as the Dolphins attempted 26 second-half passes. He made a boneheaded play in the first half by stepping out of bounds on third down with 1:06 remaining. That gave Baltimore enough time to boot a field goal to end the half. Landry was also the intended receiver on the second of Ryan Tannehill’s two interceptions. The 14 targets and 11 catches were both season-highs. Landry should maintain WR3 status next week against the Cardinals. He could be matched up with slot corner Tyrann Mathieu, depending on Mathieu’s health.
Marqise Lee caught 3-of-9 targets for 34 yards in the Jaguars' Week 13 loss to the Broncos.
He rushed twice for ten yards. Lee was bottled up in this one by Aqib Talib, not surprisingly. Although he's made some strides this year, Lee will continue to be a poor fantasy bet when the Jaguars take on the Vikings in Week 14.
Dorial Green-Beckham caught 4-of-10 targets for 29 yards in the Eagles' Week 13 loss to the Bengals.
His 10 targets were second-most on the team behind Zach Ertz's 15, but Green-Beckham wasn't able to do much with his looks before leaving in the second half with a ribs injury that required X-rays after he took a hard hit from WLB Vontaze Burfict. Green-Beckham has long been doing less with more. If Jordan Matthews (ankle) returns for Week 14, DGB will go back to WR4 status.
Ryan Tannehill completed 29-of-40 passes for 226 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions and rushed for no gain Sunday in the Dolphins' Week 13 loss to the Ravens.
He was sacked twice for a loss of 11 yards. This was a meltdown of the highest degree. Tannehill straight up stunk on Sunday and seemed to get worse as the game went on. He showed almost no awareness, repeatedly throwing into tight coverage with disastrous results. The three interceptions were as many as he had thrown in his previous seven games combined. Even with a healthy offensive line to protect him—something he hasn’t had in recent weeks—Tannehill could only complete short passes and consistently made the wrong decision. It was a huge step back for the Dolphins’ fifth-year signal caller. Tannehill has another tough game coming up against Cardinals in Week 14, though at least that’ll be a home game.
Matthew Stafford completed 30-of-42 passes for 341 yards and two touchdowns in the Lions' 28-13, Week 13 win over the Saints.
It was a commanding performance from Stafford, who spent a good chunk of the first half with only one incompletion. Stafford methodically kept the chains moving, and the Saints off the field. Stafford's offense gobbled up 37 minutes of possession. It hasn't been fantasy friendly, but Stafford has been executing the Lions' ball-control offense to perfection. He'll be on the QB1/2 borderline for next week's matchup with the Bears' bombed-out defense.
Bengals WR Cody Core caught 2-of-2 targets for 58 yards in the Week 13 win over the Eagles.
The sixth-round rookie made his first career catches in this one. His big play was a 50-yard deep ball down to the one-yard line, setting up Jeremy Hill's short touchdown plunge. Core isn't a fantasy option moving forward this season.
DeAndre Hopkins caught 2-of-7 targets for 55 yards and a touchdown Week 13 against the Packers.
Hopkins ran a bad route on one of this first-half targets, but the other two were late sideline throws by Brock Osweiler that probably should have been picked off. He did record a catch early in the third quarter, but he dropped another pass that should have been a long gain, although the throw was slightly behind him. He was on his way for another terrible game, but Hopkins saved it with a 44-yard, catch-and-run touchdown in garbage time. Even with the Colts on tap, Hopkins is nothing more than a WR3 in this offense.