Julian Edelman caught six passes for 64 yards and one touchdown in Week 14 against the Browns.
Kendall Hunter rushed four times for 16 yards in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
Hunter wasn't targeted in the passing game, where he ceded snaps to FB Bruce Miller. The necessity of holding onto Hunter as a high-upside handcuff has faded now that we're down to the money weeks in fantasy football leagues.
Zac Stacy rushed for 25 yards and one touchdown on 14 carries against the Cardinals in Week 14.
Stacy caught three passes for minus-three yards on four targets out of the backfield. The Arizona defense is one of the top run-stopping units in the league. Couple that with an ineffective Kellen Clemens at quarterback for the Rams, and all Arizona had to concentrate on was Stacy. He was running into walls all day long. Stacy will be back on the RB2 radar next week against the Saints.
Luke Willson caught three passes for 70 yards and a touchdown in Week 14 against the 49ers.
The touchdown was the first of the fifth-round rookie's career. Willson caught an intermediate target over the middle of the field, made a nifty move on his defender and was off to the races. A seriously athletic 6-foot-5 matchup problem, Willson has legitimate appeal in Dynasty leagues.
Zach Miller was held to one catch for 13 yards in Seattle's Week 14 loss to the 49ers.
Miller was out-targeted and out-produced by backup TE Luke Willson. Miller will remain a touchdown-dependent TE2 for the final two weeks of the fantasy playoffs.
Mario Manningham was held without a catch on four targets in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
Manningham was completely vexed by the Seahawks' physical coverage. Manningham has just eight catches in five games since making his 2013 debut. He's miles from re-draft relevance.
Vincent Brown managed three catches for 30 yards on four targets in the Chargers' Week 14 win over the Giants.
A disappointment in both real life and fantasy this year, Brown will be someone the Chargers likely look to upgrade during the offseason.
Ryan Mathews rushed 29 times for 103 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 32 yards in San Diego's Week 14 win over the Giants.
Mathews' 32 touches were a season high. He's earned a bigger role in San Diego's offense over the last 4-5 games, and the Chargers' coaching staff is rewarding Mathews for his highly efficient, sustaining running. He'll be a legit RB2 when San Diego takes on Denver next. The Broncos' run defense coughed up gobs of fantasy points to the Titans' running backs in Week 14.