Matt Prater is now 20-of-26 (76.9 percent) on field goals of at least 50 yards, the most accurate mark in the NFL since the 1970 merger.
Prater's record-breaking 64-yard field goal in Sunday's win over the Titans was not a fluke. Yes, it was boosted by the thin air at Mile High, but this is annually one of the best long-ball kickers in the league. Prater broke the previous record of 63 yards, held by Tom Dempsey (1970), Jason Elam (1998), Sebastian Janikowski (2011) and David Akers (2012). He'll be fantasy's top kicking option when the Broncos host the Chargers on Thursday night.
Terrelle Pryor is expected to remain a "spot player" for the rest of the season.
The Raiders went with a college style plan at quarterback in Week 14, wanting to give both Pryor and starter Matt McGloin shots at leading drives. But Pryor got just one chance, going 2-of-5 for 40 yards and leading the team on a 58-yard drive that ended in a field goal. McGloin got hot later, going 13-of-21 for 174 yards with two touchdowns in the second half of the 37-27 loss. Look for the undrafted rookie to start again when the Raiders host the Chiefs in Week 15, leaving with just a few packages.
Ted Ginn caught two passes for five yards in Week 14 against the Saints.
He was targeted five times in the passing game. Ginn is the Panthers' best deep threat, but hasn't had more than 47 receiving yards since Week 8. He won't be on the fantasy radar even in a plus matchup next week with the Jets.
Brandon LaFell had two catches for 22 yards in Week 14 against the Saints.
LaFell was only targeted four times in a game where Cam Newton passed for just 160 yards. His upside is limited as the No. 2 receiver in a run-heavy offense and he wasn't able to find the end-zone after scoring touchdowns in two of the last three weeks. LaFell will be a WR4 against the Jets in Week 15.
Kenny Stills caught two passes for 22 yards in Week 14 against the Panthers.
Stills saw less targets than Lance Moore and Robert Meachem and continues to be used almost strictly as a situational deep threat. He remains a high-risk, high-reward WR4 and can't be trusted in the fantasy playoffs.
Lance Moore had three catches for 40 yards in the Saints' Week 14 win over the Panthers.
Moore was targeted just four times, with his biggest play a 21-yard catch just before the two-minute warning at the end of the first half. No higher than the No. 4 option in the passing game, Moore is nothing more than a WR5 and barely worth a roster spot in re-draft leagues.
Greg Olsen caught eight passes for 40 yards in the Panthers' Week 14 loss to the Saints.
With Cam Newton forced to check down all game, Olsen led the Panthers with 12 targets. He was held out of the end-zone for the second straight week, but continues to be heavily involved in the passing game. Olsen will be a mid-range TE2 for the second week of the fantasy playoffs. He'll get a matchup with the Jets in Week 15.
Jimmy Graham had six catches for 58 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday night's Week 14 win over the Panthers.
Graham worked the middle of the field against the Panthers' zone defense and took advantage when matched up with Mike Mitchell and Luke Kuechly in coverage. He scored on a five-yard crossing pattern at the end of the first half, and later connected with Drew Brees from eight yards out in the fourth quarter. With the performance, Graham went over 1,000 receiving yards on the season and second time in his career. He'll remain a top-two TE1 in Week 15 against the Rams.