49ers LE Ray McDonald exited Week 12 against the Seahawks with a finger injury.
He is questionable to return. A solid run defender, McDonald would be a big loss against what should be a run-heavy game plan from the Seahawks. Tony Jerod-Eddie is playing in McDonald's place.
Jordan Matthews had four catches for 51 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's Week 13 win over Dallas.
Matthews scored a 27-yard touchdown on a crossing route on the Eagles' second drive. He was targeted five times, behind Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper. Matthews dropped another potential touchdown and continues to be a factor in the red-zone. He's on pace for 72 catches, 915 yards, and nine touchdowns. Matthews has a matchup with Seattle in Week 14.
Michael Crabtree briefly exited the 49ers' Week 12 game against the Seahawks with what the team called a rib injury.
Crabtree was sandwiched between Kam Chancellor and Bobby Wagner after making his first reception. His left leg appeared to buckle underneath the tackle, but he was announced as questionable to return with a rib injury. Crabtree returned to the game on the next series.
Dez Bryant caught four passes for 73 yards in Thursday's Week 13 loss to the Eagles.
Bryant was held out of the end-zone for the first time in four weeks. He made a contested 38-yard catch over Bradley Fletcher in the first quarter, but was otherwise held in check. Bryant is on pace for an 89/1,269/13 through 12 games. He'll be a high-end WR1 for next week's matchup with the Bears.
DeMarco Murray rushed 20 times for 73 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's Week 13 loss to the Eagles.
He added a team-high six catches for 40 yards. The Eagles used eight-man fronts to slow down Murray, holding him to just 3.7 YPC. He scored on a one-yard run at the goal-line for the Cowboys' only touchdown. Murray is on pace for 384 carries, 1,903 yards, and 11 touchdowns. He'll be a top-three option in Week 14 against the Bears.
LeSean McCoy had 25 carries for 159 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's Week 13 win over the Cowboys.
He wasn't targeted in the pass game, and also lost a fumble. The Eagles rested McCoy in the fourth quarter, giving Chris Polk 11 carries in mop-up duty. He was able to pick up big gains against a Cowboys defense that was playing without MLB Rolando McClain for most of the first half. McCoy took an inside draw 38 yards for his touchdown. He's now rushed for 100 yards in back-to-back games and is on pace for a 323/1,357/5 line this season. McCoy will remain a locked-in RB1 despite a matchup with Seattle in Week 14.
Mark Sanchez completed 20-of-29 passes for 217 yards with one touchdown in Thursday's Week 13 win over the Cowboys, adding seven carries for 28 yards and a rushing touchdown.
Sanchez didn't have any turnovers coming off his two interceptions against the Titans. He scored on a two-yard read-option on the Eagles' opening drive, and threw a 27-yard touchdown to Jordan Matthews. Sanchez is averaging 281 yards per game and has a 8:6 TD/INT ratio in five games (four starts). He'll be a QB2 option in Week 14 against Seattle.
Tony Romo completed 18-of-29 passes for 199 yards with two interceptions in Thursday night's Week 13 loss to the Eagles.
Romo struggled to move the offense despite a matchup with an Eagles defense that allowed 345 yards to Zach Mettenberger last week. Both of his interceptions came on bad underthrows, and he had a third pick overturned by defensive holding. Romo finished without a touchdown for just the first time in 38 games. He's on pace for 3,624 yards with and a 29:11 TD/INT ratio this season. Romo will be a back-end QB1 against Chicago's bottom-five secondary in Week 14.