Robert Woods caught 3-of-9 targets for 25 yards in the Bills' Week 12 loss to the Chiefs.
He didn't do anything with his targets, obviously, and Woods also committed an awful drop on a play he was wide open over the middle for a first down. He bobbled the ball several times before it fell to the turf. Coach Rex Ryan idiotically challenged it, but it was a quick review. Woods is just a guy and a WR5.
Travis Kelce caught 4-of-7 targets for 69 yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' Week 12 win over the Bills.
Playing through a groin issue that landed him on the injury report Friday, Kelce had a really quiet first half, catching on pass for 11 yards. He made up for it in the second half with a long catch and then an 11-yard touchdown, boxing out rookie CB Ronald Darby over the middle of the end zone. The targets have been there for Kelce in recent weeks, and he gets the Raiders in Week 13.
Chris Hogan caught 3-of-5 targets for 34 yards in the Bills' Week 12 loss to the Chiefs.
He should have had another catch late in the fourth quarter, but coach Rex Ryan inexplicably failed to challenge the play that would have resulted in a first down with the Bills trailing by eight. It may have cost the Bills the game. Hogan is a steady chain-mover for the Bills, but not a fantasy asset.
Mohamed Sanu absorbed his only target for eight yards in the Bengals' Week 12 win over the Rams.
He only has four catches over his last three games and has only scored once all season. Even in deeper leagues, Sanu doesn’t have much to offer fantasy owners.
Jeremy Hill (ankle) said after Sunday's Week 12 win over St. Louis that he will be "okay."
Hill appeared to suffer multiple ankle injuries against the Rams, limping off in the first quarter and then again leaving later in the game. Hill piled up 16 carries and 86 yards before exiting, adding a 14-yard reception. It sounds like Hill should be ready for Week 13 against the Browns.
Kendall Wright caught 2-of-7 targets for 19 yards in Tennessee's Week 12 loss to the Raiders, also losing four yards on two carries.
It was a thoroughly underwhelming return from a three-game absence, though Wright's targets were third on the team. Wright will be a mid-range WR4 more weeks than not.
Tre Mason rushed once for -2 yards and caught all seven of his targets for 37 yards in the Rams' Week 12 loss to the Bengals.
Six of Mason’s receptions came in the second half with the game well in hand. The Rams could be headed for another blowout loss next week against the Cardinals, which would open up more garbage time for Mason. He’s worth owning as a handcuff to Todd Gurley but that’s about all he should be used for.
Allen Robinson caught 5-of-11 targets for 56 yards and one touchdown in the Jaguars' Week 12 loss to the Chargers.
Robinson has now gone over 100 yards and/or scored a touchdown in 8-of-11 games this season. He's ultra-consistent and led the Jaguars in targets again on Sunday. Robinson also had a second touchdown taken away in the red zone when Blake Bortles was clearly across the line of scrimmage on a third-down pass. With Allen Hurns suffering a concussion Sunday, Robinson should see a big spike in targets next week against the Titans, who he dusted for a 5-113 line in Week 11. Robinson remains a surefire weekly WR1.