Dwayne Bowe caught four passes for 69 yards and a touchdown in Kansas City's Week 14 victory over the Redskins.
Bowe's 21-yard touchdown put the Chiefs ahead 17-0 in the first quarter, and was his third in four games. Bowe blew by DeAngelo Hall at the line of scrimmage before bouncing off S Bacarri Rambo near the goal line. Bowe has now cleared 50 yards in five straight games, and six of seven. He'll be a safe, if low upside, WR3 for the second week of the fantasy playoffs.
Keenan Allen returned to Sunday's Week 14 game against the Giants following a first-half shoulder injury.
He promptly secured a four-yard touchdown, Allen's second TD of the game.
Calvin Johnson caught three passes for 49 yards in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Philadelphia.
Johnson fell victim to Matthew Stafford's inability to play through the snowy conditions. He saw just five targets on the day, only contributing one impact play on a 33-yard catch during which he got a face full of snow. Expect a big-time bounce-back when the Lions host the Ravens on Monday Night Football in Week 15. Johnson's 49 yards and three catches are his lowest totals since Week 6.
Pierre Garcon caught five passes for 37 yards in Washington's Week 14 loss to the Chiefs.
The Redskins completed just 19 passes on a day where they were thoroughly dominated in all phases of the game. For Garcon, it was just the second time all year he made fewer than six grabs, while the 37 yards were a season low. Owners may be tempted to bench Garcon as the Redskins' offense goes in the tank, but he'll remain a high-floor WR2 for Week 15 against the Falcons' burnable defense.
Andy Dalton completed 24-of-35 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns in Cincinnati's Week 14, 42-28 win over the Colts.
After four consecutive games with a passer rating of 83.6 or lower, we saw the Dalton that we witnessed in Weeks 6-8. It was his first game without throwing an interception since Week 7. This Colts defense simply can't contain anyone and hasn't been able to for the past couple months. Dalton's touchdowns went to A.J. Green, Marvin Jones, and Jermaine Gresham. The throw to Jones was one of the best long balls Dalton has ever thrown. In the first quarter, Dalton floated a pretty ball over the head of Vontae Davis for Jones to run under and lay out for a 29-yard TD in the back of the end zone. The Bengals travel to Pittsburgh in Week 15. Dalton will be nothing more than a middling QB2.
Rod Streater had seven catches for 130 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 14 loss to the Jets.
Streater was limited to just one catch for 11 yards in the first half, but was able to get open deep for a 48-yard touchdown in the third quarter. He was targeted a team-high 10 times and was the No. 1 option in the passing game over Andre Holmes this week. With Denarius Moore without a set timetable to return, Streater will remain on the WR4 radar for Week 15 against the Chiefs.
Theo Riddick rushed four times for 12 yards in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Philadelphia.
With Reggie Bush (calf) unable to go, Riddick was Joique Bell's caddy. But even though Bell lost two red-zone fumbles early on, the Lions never turned the reins over to the sixth-round rookie out of Notre Dame.
Matthew Stafford completed 10-of-25 passes for 148 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Philadelphia.
Stafford handled the snowy conditions extremely poorly. He was only charged with one lost fumble, but there were at least six botched exchanges. Stafford normally throws one of the tightest spirals in the league, but his passes in this one looked like wounded ducks as he completed just four passes in the entire second half (when the snow actually let up). Chalk this one up to the conditions and move on with Stafford as a top-five option at home against the Ravens on Monday Night Football in Week 15.