Mark Sanchez completed 20-of-29 passes for 217 yards with one touchdown in Thursday's Week 13 win over the Cowboys, adding seven carries for 28 yards and a rushing touchdown.
Sanchez didn't have any turnovers coming off his two interceptions against the Titans. He scored on a two-yard read-option on the Eagles' opening drive, and threw a 27-yard touchdown to Jordan Matthews. Sanchez is averaging 281 yards per game and has a 8:6 TD/INT ratio in five games (four starts). He'll be a QB2 option in Week 14 against Seattle.
Tony Romo completed 18-of-29 passes for 199 yards with two interceptions in Thursday night's Week 13 loss to the Eagles.
Romo struggled to move the offense despite a matchup with an Eagles defense that allowed 345 yards to Zach Mettenberger last week. Both of his interceptions came on bad underthrows, and he had a third pick overturned by defensive holding. Romo finished without a touchdown for just the first time in 38 games. He's on pace for 3,624 yards with and a 29:11 TD/INT ratio this season. Romo will be a back-end QB1 against Chicago's bottom-five secondary in Week 14.
Seahawks TE Cooper Helfet (ankle) is inactive for Week 13 against the 49ers.
Luke Willson and Tony Moeaki will handle tight end duties on Thursday night. Also inactive for Seattle are CB Jeremy Lane, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, LB Allen Bradford, C Max Unger, DT Travian Robertson, and TE RaShaun Allen.
49ers WR/KR Bruce Ellington (ankle) is inactive for Thursday night's Week 13 game against Seattle.
Ellington will miss his third straight game and remains week to week. The rest of the 49ers inactives are CB Tramaine Brock, RT Anthony Davis, QB Josh Johnson, NT Glenn Dorsey, WR Quinton Patton, and TE Vance McDonald.
49ers placed TE Derek Carrier (foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Carrier will finish 2014 with nine catches for 105 yards, playing on 194 snaps across 11 games (one start). The 49ers added TEs Garrett Celek and Asante Cleveland in corresponding moves, and waived LB Chase Thomas.
Marquess Wilson was held without a catch in the Bears' Week 13 loss to the Lions.
Wilson nearly made a circus catch along the sideline on his lone target, but couldn't get both feet in bounds. Wilson remains a highly-intriguing hold in dynasty leagues, but is miles from fantasy relevance in re-draft formats.
Matt Forte rushed five times for six yards in Chicago's Week 13 loss to the Lions, catching 6-of-9 targets for 52 yards.
The Bears didn't even pretend to run the ball against the Lions' fearsome ground defense, dialing up only eight attempts. Forte caught screens and dump-offs, which operated as the Bears' de facto rushing "attack." With 75 percent of the season now in the books, Forte is on pace for 1,971 yards from scrimmage, 104 catches and 11 total touchdowns.
Eric Ebron caught 3-of-4 targets for 23 yards in Detroit's Week 13 win over the Bears.
Ebron had the matchup of a lifetime in a Bears defense bleeding fantasy points to tight ends, but couldn't manage his second four-catch day of the season. Ebron has posted either 22 or 23 yards in each of his past four games, a difficult feat. The first tight end off the board in May's draft is currently on pace for just 27/247/1.