Duke Johnson rushed six times for 15 yards and caught 4-of-5 targets for 18 yards in the Browns' Week 7 loss to the Bengals.
Tajae Sharpe caught 4-of-6 targets for 59 yards in the Titans' Week 7 loss to the Colts.
It was Sharpe's first game over 50 yards since Week 1, though he still hasn't reached 60 yards during that span. Entrenched in a wide receiver timeshare with Rishard Matthews, Kendall Wright, and Andre Johnson, Sharpe is at best a WR4 in fantasy leagues. He is more appropriately viewed as a WR5.
Jamison Crowder caught 7-of-9 targets for 109 yards in the Redskins' Week 7 loss to the Lions.
Derrick Henry rushed once for three yards in the Titans' Week 7 loss to the Colts.
He missed his lone target in the passing game. With DeMarco Murray balling out in an every-down role, Henry has become an afterthought in Tennessee's offense. The rookie is still an intriguing stash as a potential league winner if something happened to Murray, who has had injury problems for most of his career.
Kyle Rudolph caught 5-of-11 targets for 55 yards in the Vikings' Week 7 loss to the Eagles.
The 11 targets were a team-high after he had just four targets before the bye. Rudolph also was Bradford's go-to receiver on several third-down conversions, and he has established himself as the No. 1 option in the passing game. He will be a solid TE1 on Monday night against the Bears.
Brandin Cooks collected seven catches for 58 yards and a touchdown on nine targets Sunday in the Saints' Week 7 loss to the Chiefs.
Cooks got New Orleans on the board with a nine-yard touchdown on the Saints’ opening drive. He drew linebacker Frank Zombo in coverage and Drew Brees quickly identified the mismatch. Cooks could only turn six second-half targets into four catches for 31 yards but it was still a nice PPR week for Cooks, who leads the Saints with 486 yards this season. It will be interesting to see if he matches up with Richard Sherman at all next week when the Saints host Seattle.
Willie Snead nabbed nine-of-11 targets for 87 yards Sunday in the Saints' Week 7 loss to the Chiefs.
It was a nice return to form for Snead, who had averaged just 41.3 yards over his previous three games. Snead was a steady presence all game, hauling in five catches for 51 yards in the first half before adding four receptions for 36 yards after halftime. His longest gain came on a 17-yard pass from Drew Brees on a third-down conversion midway through the first quarter. He’ll be a risky WR3 next week against the Seahawks’ stacked secondary.
Delanie Walker caught 7-of-8 targets for 84 yards and a touchdown in the Titans' Week 8 loss to the Colts.
Walker got shaken up on a big hit away from the ball in the second half, but he returned to finish the game and continue racking up catches against a Colts defense that has been incomparably brutal defending opposing tight ends. Walker's matchup will be tougher in Week 8 against the Jaguars, who have been good versus the position. Walker remains a top-ten TE1 option every week.