Vincent Jackson caught two passes for 38 yards in the Bucs' third preseason game.
He was targeted five times with Mike Evans (hamstring) sitting this one out. Jackson's big gain was a 26-yard pickup that led directly to Doug Martin's 19-yard touchdown run on the next play. After three preseason games, Jackson has caught 4-of-8 targets for 94 yards. Evans and Jackson are both elite field stretchers. Jackson should benefit from (hopefully) better QB play this season.
Alfred Morris rushed seven times for four yards in the Redskins' third preseason game.
The poor performance was not Morris' fault as the Ravens' defensive line lived in Washington's backfield. Morris clearly ran ahead of Matt Jones and even got involved in the passing game with two catches for six yards. Morris' upside is capped by the offense, but he is a solid RB2.
Eric Decker reeled in three catches for 52 yards and a touchdown in Saturday’s preseason game against the Giants.
He also muffed a punt but was able to recover it. Decker got the Jets on the board with an 18-yard touchdown on a nice find by Ryan Fitzpatrick. He followed that up with a nice grab in traffic, bouncing off a defender for a first down. Decker came into Saturday’s game with only two catches this preseason. He’s going to have a major role opposite Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
Darren McFadden rushed four times for 37 yards in Saturday's preseason game, adding a six-yard reception.
Dwayne Bowe failed to catch any of his three targets in the Browns' third preseason game.
Seeing his first snaps of the preseason due to a hamstring injury, Bowe came up empty in his time with the first-team offense. Unlikely to see much, if any, action in the final preseason game, Bowe and Josh McCown will need to get up to speed in practice ahead of Week 1. Bowe is the No. 1 receiver by default.
Odell Beckham bounced back from last week's poor showing by catching five balls for 31 yards in Saturday’s preseason game against the Jets.
Beckham was held without a catch in last week’s win over the Jaguars. He was much better this week, snagging five of his six targets and nearly making an insane one-handed grab over Darrelle Revis, though he couldn’t quite keep his feet inbounds. Beckham even contributed a solid block on a 19-yard reception by Shane Vereen. If Saturday’s game is any indication, Beckham looks ready to roll. Last year’s Rookie of the Year is a consensus WR1.
DeMarco Murray had six carries for 28 yards in Saturday's third preseason game.
Murray lost some first-team work to Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles, who scored the Eagles first touchdown. He remains the clear starter, but won't come close to 449 touches he saw last year. Murray has appeared in just two preseason games, rushing for 45 yards on 11 carries (4.0 YPC) and one touchdown.
Justin Forsett rushed eight times for 19 yards in the Ravens' third preseason game.
Forsett had one run where he busted through the line for eight yards, but he struggled to find running room most of the night. Forsett now has 51 yards on 15 carries this preseason. He is a high-end RB2.