James Jones caught four passes for 19 yards in the Packers' Week 14 win over Atlanta.
Jones served as the Packers' No. 2 receiver in terms of snaps played, but is essentially fighting for weekly targets with Andrew Quarless, Jarrett Boykin, and Eddie Lacy behind Jordy Nelson. Aaron Rodgers' (collarbone) possible Week 15 return against Dallas could still spike Jones' value into high-end WR3 territory. He's struggled for stats with Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien.
Jarrett Boykin was limited to two catches for 23 yards in the Packers' Week 14 win over the Falcons.
Jordy Nelson, Andrew Quarless, and Eddie Lacy were all bigger parts of the passing attack than third wideout Boykin, who has finally hit a slump after an unlikely hot run around midseason. Even if Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) returns in Week 15, Boykin will be a low-end WR3 option against the Cowboys.
Matt McGloin completed 18-of-31 passes for 245 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in Sunday's Week 14 loss to the Jets.
Packers TE Brandon Bostick caught two passes for 28 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Falcons.
He returned from his concussion for a quiet game, playing behind Andrew Quarless (6-66-1). Former college hoops player Bostick has some value in Dynasty leagues, but isn't on the re-draft radar for Weeks 15 and 16.
Packers TE Andrew Quarless caught six balls for 66 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Falcons.
Matt Flynn continually gave Quarless chances to make plays in contested situations, and the lumbering blocking tight end delivered en route to the best fantasy day of his four-year career. Even with Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) potentially due back in Week 15, Quarless won't be a TE1 option against Dallas.
Jordy Nelson hung four catches for 85 yards in the Falcons in Sunday's Week 14 victory.
Nelson's big play came in double coverage down the right sideline, following a boot-action fake by Matt Flynn for a 46-yard hookup. As the Packers won on Sunday and remain alive in the NFC playoff picture, Nelson's fantasy arrow is pointing up with Aaron Rodgers' (collarbone) return a possibility for Week 15 against the Cowboys.
Eddie Lacy rushed 20 times for 65 yards and a touchdown and caught three balls for 25 yards in the Packers' Week 14 win over the Falcons.
Lacy missed just over one possession with an in-game ankle injury, but returned to grind out years in another high-volume, workmanlike effort. Although Lacy lacks truly explosive playmaking ability, he's quickly developed into a legit every-down back and one of the most punishing runners in football. He'll be on the RB1 borderline when Green Bay faces Dallas in Week 15.
Geno Smith completed 16-of-25 passes for 219 yards, one touchdown, and an interception in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Raiders.
He added five carries for 50 yards and scored on a read option run in the third quarter. Smith threw an interception trying to force a pass to Jeremy Kerley on the Jets' second drive of the game, but was able to bounce back and throw a 25-yard touchdown to Kerley on the following series. He made a number of plays outside the pocket, including a critical first down on a 32-yard scramble late in the fourth quarter. Smith responded well to last week's benching and looked like a different quarterback with Kerley in the lineup, targeting him a team-high seven times. He'll be on the low-end QB2 radar in a tough matchup against the Panthers in Week 15.