Wes Welker caught 4-of-4 targets for 18 yards and a touchdown in the Broncos' Week 12 win over the Dolphins.
Welker's second score of the year was his first since Week 7. Even with Julius Thomas sidelined, Welker remained a small part of the Broncos' passing attack, and now has just 34 catches through nine games. He's barely on the WR4 radar in standard leagues.
Cordarrelle Patterson brushed off ankle and knee nicks he sustained during Sunday's loss at Green Bay.
Patterson was slow to get up after a kickoff return and left the game for a bit before returning. "Of course it's always risk-reward every time you get back there on a kickoff return," he said afterward. "But it's my job. Being back there, I have to take full advantage of it." Patterson isn't contributing anything in the pass game, totaling five catches for 51 yards with no touchdowns over the last three weeks.
Jarvis Landry caught 7-of-11 targets for 50 yards and two touchdowns in Miami's Week 12 loss to the Broncos.
The two-score day was the first of Landry's career, and gives him four touchdowns over his past four games. Landry has been doing work at the short-to-intermediate levels, flashing extremely strong hands. He doesn't have many yards to show for it (450), but is averaging six catches over his past four games. Landry is a high-floor, low-ceiling WR3/4.
Dolphins LT Ja'Wuan James was forced from Miami's Week 12 loss to the Broncos with a stinger.
Branden Albert's fill-in said after the game that he was "fine," but he finished the game on the sideline after leaving in the first half. Jason Fox filled in on Ryan Tannehill's blindside. James should be considered day to day, and questionable for Week 13 against the Jets.
Antonio Gates caught two passes for 14 yards in the Chargers' Week 12 win over the Rams.
Gates caught the two lone targets that came his way. Keenan Allen was winning over the middle, while Philip Rivers opted for dump-off plays to his running backs in the short passing game. The Rams are strong against opposing tight ends, but Gates will be back on the TE1 map next week in Baltimore.
Jared Cook caught three passes for 27 yards in Week 12 against the Chargers.
Cook was targeted a team-highg nine times, and didn't appear to be hampered at all by a back issue that had him questionable on the injury report. The Chargers are tough against tight ends. Cook will be on the streaming radar against the Raiders in Week 13, but his ceiling remains low in this offense.
Mike Wallace caught 4-of-5 targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Miami's Week 12 loss to the Broncos.
Wallace's 10-yard touchdown was a thing of beauty, as he caught a low throw from a scrambling Ryan Tannehill for a diving catch in the end zone. Wallace has now scored in 7-of-11 games, but cleared 70 yards only twice. That makes him a WR2 with a relatively short ceiling. Wallace will have strong odds of finding the end zone in Week 13 against the Jets' atrocious pass defense.
Malcom Floyd caught four passes for 30 yards in the Chargers' Week 12 win over the Rams.
He was targeted five times. With Philip Rivers getting rid of the ball quickly all day, there were no deep shots to be taken to Floyd. He'll be on the WR3 radar once again in Week 13 at Baltimore against a Ravens secondary playing street free agents outside at cornerback.