Mike Evans caught 3-of-6 targets for 38 yards in the Bucs' Week 13 win over the Chargers.
Latavius Murray rushed 20 times for 82 yards and two touchdowns in the Raiders' 38-24, Week 13 win over the Bills.
He also added three catches for 23 yards on five targets. Both of Murray's scores were of the shirt-yardage variety, with the first one coming from a yard out and the second from three yards away. He now has 11 touchdowns on the year for the top team in the AFC. With DeAndre Washington phased out of the offense in recent weeks, Murray has also been taking on a bigger pass-game role. Murray has settled in as a high-floor RB1/2 ahead of Thursday night against the Chiefs.
Kelvin Benjamin (shoulder) is active for Week 13 against Seattle.
Benjamin was limited in practice this week but there was never any doubt over his status. The Panthers inactives are RB Cameron Artis-Payne, DE Mario Addison, DT Paul Soliai, S Kurt Coleman, LB Luke Kuechly, OT Daryl Williams, and TE Chris Manhertz.
Seahawks DE Michael Bennett (knee) is active for Week 13 against the Panthers.
Bennett returns after missing the last five weeks. The Seahawks also have FS Earl Thomas back after a one-game absence. Inactive for Seattle are OT Garry Gilliam, RB C.J. Prosise, WR Paul Richardson, RB Alex Collins, LB Brock Coyle, TE Luke Willson, and DT John Jenkins.
Redskins C Spencer Long exited Week 13 against the Cardinals with a concussion.
Long left in the first half with what was reported as a shoulder injury, but he was ruled out in the third quarter with a concussion. Veteran John Sullivan replaced him at center.
Charcandrick West touched the ball once in Kansas City's Week 13 win over the Falcons.
He was held without a gain on his lone rush. One week after cutting into Spencer Ware's snaps, Pro Football Focus charted Ware as being on the field for 37 plays to West's 12. West has no standalone value.
Austin Hooper was held without a catch in the Falcons' Week 13 loss to the Chiefs.
He was targeted only once. Hooper was a smaller part of the game plan than Levine Toilolo. Hooper's rookie moment seems to have come and gone.
Tevin Coleman rushed 12 times for 49 yards in the Falcons' Week 13 loss to the Chiefs.
Coleman was held without a catch on two targets. The 12 carries matched a season high, but Coleman remained a clear No. 2 behind Devonta Freeman. Although he usually sees just 10-12 weekly touches, Coleman is a legit RB3/FLEX because he can create huge days on only a handful of looks.