Jordan Matthews had three catches for 51 yards in the Eagles' third preseason game.
Matthews continued his strong preseason, doing all of his damage of the Eagles' first three drive. He has WR1 upside as the top target in Chip Kelly's offense. Matthews has seven catches for 115 yards through three preseason games.
Gavin Escobar caught 1-of-3 targets for five yards in Saturday's preseason game.
Escobar is perenilally rumored for a bigger role behind Jason Witten, but finishes the summer with only eight catches for 68 yards. Of course, that's almost halfway to his regular season career total of 18. In theory, Escobar has playmaking upside, but there's little reason to believe he'll be a legitimate TE2 this season.
Marlon Brown did not catch either of his two targets in the Ravens' third preseason game.
With Breshad Perriman (knee) out, Brown played as the No. 3 receiver behind Steve Smith and Kamar Aiken. His roster spot was thought to be in question earlier in camp, but his usage in this game suggests his job is secure. Marlon Brown has one catch for 21 yards this preseason. He is not on the redraft radar.
Kamar Aiken caught two passes for 29 yards in the Ravens' third preseason game.
With Breshad Perriman (knee) still sidelined, Aiken once again got the start. He appears to clearly be the No. 2 behind Steve Smith, making him worth a late-round flier. Aiken has three catches for 42 yards this preseason.
Jason Witten wasn't targeted in Saturday's preseason game.
Witten played extremely few snaps this exhibition season, finishing without a grab. Witten was an extra offensive lineman for large chunks of 2014, but was still a TE1. The Cowboys could need him to run more routes this season with the running game a lock to regress. Witten's upside isn't near what it once was, but he's a no-brainer TE1, one who can be drafted on the cheap.
Jay Cutler completed 13-of-17 passes for 98 yards in Saturday's third preseason game.
Cutler was playing without his top three wideouts, so it's hard to draw any conclusions. He's managed to cut down on his turnovers this preseason, throwing zero interceptions through three games. Cutler isn't more than a mid-range QB2.
Tevin Coleman rushed four times for two yards in the Falcons' third preseason game.
Seeing his first action of the preseason due to a hamstring injury, Coleman couldn't create much running room. His long run went for six yards, but Coleman was blown up on the very next play in the backfield for a five-yard loss. Terron Ward got much of the work with the first-team offense with Coleman just making his way back and Devonta Freeman (hamstring) sidelined. Freeman is still the favorite for early-season carries in this backfield despite missing Saturday's tuneup.
Cole Beasley caught a six-yard pass in Saturday's preseason game.
The Cowboys' slot man finishes the summer with two grabs for 11 yards. He's a WR5/6 in standard leagues.