Vernon Davis caught two passes for 21 yards and a touchdown in San Francisco's Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
Philip Rivers completed 21-of-28 passes for 249 yards and three touchdowns in the Chargers' Week 14 win over the Giants.
It was a highly efficient and aggressive performance, as Rivers tested all three levels of the defense with very little resistance from the Jason Pierre-Paul-less G-Men. Rivers hasn't gotten enough credit for his pre-snap dominance this season, checking into pass plays and sometimes into runs based on his reading of the opponent just before the ball is snapped. He's been a poor man's Peyton in that area this year. Rivers will be a mid-range fantasy QB1 when the Chargers take on the Broncos next in a likely high-scoring affair.
Carson Palmer completed 27-of-32 passes for 269 yards and one touchdown in Arizona's Week 14 win over the Rams.
Palmer didn't throw a single pass in practice this week due to a sore right (throwing) elbow, but he didn't seem to be bothered by it much. He did have a heating pad on the elbow between possessions, however. Palmer peppered Larry Fitzgerald with targets on short routes all afternoon, as the Rams had no answer for the combination. The two hooked up for a seven-yard score in the first half. Palmer will be a mid-to-low QB2 next week in Tennessee.
Nate Washington caught two passes for 24 yards in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Denver.
Washington saw six targets, but Ryan Fitzpatrick predictably struggled against the Broncos aggressive defense. Washington also appeared to get dinged up late in the game, although no injury was immediately announced. With just 14 catches for 203 yards and no touchdowns over the last four weeks, he won't be a WR3 option against the Cardinals in Week 15.
Seahawks SLB K.J. Wright has been diagnosed with a broken foot, and will be sidelined "around" six weeks.
The timeline means Wright will be unlikely to return during the postseason. Coach Pete Carroll made the disclosure in his post-game press conference. It's a major blow for the Seahawks, as Wright is an every-down player in the midst of a fine season. Malcolm Smith should take his place in the starting lineup.
Chris Ogbonnaya rushed for eight yards on four carries and caught three passes for 25 yards in Week 14 at New England.
Ogbonnaya has seen his role scaled back to just passing-down work a couple weeks after mixing in on early downs. He and Fozzy Whittaker are also splitting snaps a bit, leaving neither as a real fantasy option.
Justin Hunter caught four passes for 114 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Denver.
Hunter led the team in targets with eight, although he operated as the No. 3 receiver behind Nate Washington and Kendall Wright. His touchdown came when he roasted Quentin Jammer and Ryan Fitzpatrick somehow muscled up for a 41-yard bomb. The second-round rookie is a player, but he's extremely difficult to trust as a WR3 in this passing game. The Week 15 matchup against the Cardinals is no picnic as Hunter might see some of dominant cover corner Patrick Peterson.
LeGarrette Blount rushed for 42 yards on eight carries in Week 14 against the Browns.
Blount also caught his first pass of the season for a 32-yard gain. Once again, he handled starting duties as the early-down back over Stevan Ridley. Ridley didn't enter the game until the second quarter, but he too received nine touches in what appeared to be a timeshare. Ridley held onto the ball in this one, and out money would be on him overtaking Blount again at some point. It may not happen next week, however, so neither will be a recommended fantasy play against Miami.