Reggie Wayne caught three passes for 10 yards in the Colts' Week 12 win over the Jaguars.
Wayne drew a team-high nine targets, but didn't look like himself. The 36-year-old needs a day off, as he can't separate. Wayne could have easily had two touchdowns, but had a short, high pass go through his fingertips in the end zone. Andrew Luck later over-threw Wayne down the left sideline on a would-be 77-yard score. There were no Jaguars within five yards of Wayne. Wayne has a plus matchup at home against the Redskins in Week 13.
Jordy Nelson had eight catches for 68 yards in Sunday's Week 12 win over the Vikings.
Nelson was matched up with Josh Robinson for most of the game. He failed to get anything going downfield with Aaron Rodgers despite his team-high 12 targets. Nelson still led the Packers in receiving in a game where Rodgers only completed 19 passes. He could be shadowed by Darrelle Revis next week against the Patriots, but will remain a top-five receiver play.
Jonathan Grimes rushed twice for 16 yards and caught three balls for 32 yards in the Texans' Week 12 loss to Cincinnati.
One week after the Texans piled up 54 team rushing attempts in a win over Cleveland, the Houston run game was not nearly as successful. Therefore, change-of-pace and third-down back Grimes handled just the five touches compared to Alfred Blue's 19. Game flow simply didn't allow for more work. Arian Foster (groin) is tentatively due back in Week 13. Houston's third-string tailback, Grimes is not worth rostering in 12- or 14-team fantasy leagues.
Zach Ertz caught four passes for 30 yards in Sunday's Week 12 win over the Titans.
After making an 8-yard catch in the first quarter, Ertz went to the locker room for further testing on an oblique injury. Everything came back clean and he returned to action after missing only a couple possessions. Ertz remains a complementary player, as evidenced by Brent Celek getting seven targets and James Casey stealing a touchdown. Even in a plus matchup against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, Ertz is only a TE2.
Marcedes Lewis caught one pass for minus-five yards in the Jaguars' Week 12 loss to the Colts.
Making his return from I.R./recall thanks to a badly sprained ankle, Lewis was targeted three times. He was Blake Bortles' intended receiver on his first pass of the game, but it was picked off by Vontae Davis. Bortles later tried to hit Lewis in the corner of the end zone on a fade, but it failed. Lewis is a TE2.
Alfred Blue was limited to 46 yards on 16 carries and caught three passes for 20 yards in the Texans' Week 12 loss to the Bengals.
This week's game worked out nothing like last week's for Blue, whose most notable highlight was getting buried in the end zone for a Bengals safety. Comparable to Shonn Greene in terms of on-field skill, Blue has shown the ability to handle heavy workloads but likely isn't Houston's running back of the future, even when Arian Foster moves on. This season, the Texans desperately need Foster (groin) back healthy to stay competitive behind the Colts in the AFC South.
Roddy White caught 9-of-10 targets for 96 yards in Atlanta's Week 12 loss to the Browns.
White did yeoman's work on short routes and over the middle, keeping the chains moving in a game where the Falcons' offense was often discombobulated. He's now drawn at least 10 targets in three of the Falcons' past five games, and is averaging 9.8 in the process. Finally healthy, White is again an every-week WR2 with WR1 upside.
Hakeem Nicks caught one pass for 16 yards in the Colts' Week 12 win over the Jaguars.
It was Nicks' lone target. He was the first man up in three-wide sets, but the Colts quickly turned to Donte Moncrief. Nicks is beyond done and needs to be shown the bench permanently in favor of Moncrief. Neither player will be a fantasy option until it happens. Nicks is waiver-wire fodder.