J.J. Nelson caught 1-of-2 targets for 42 yards and a touchdown.
Nelson almost made a nice diving grab on a poorly thrown pass in the second half, but that was his only action until the Cardinals last real play on offense. With Washington expecting Arizona to just try to run out the clock, the Cardinals called a play-action pass just before the two-minute drill. Carson Palmer threw a dime down the middle of the field, and J.J. Nelson was able to come up with the 42-yard touchdown between two defenders. It was a great play, but Nelson is not making enough of them to be a real fantasy factor even with John Brown hobbled.
Michael Crabtree caught 7-of-11 targets for 74 yards and one touchdown in the Raiders' Week 13 win over the Bills.
Crabtree again led the Raiders in targets and production after an 8-110 line in Week 12. Crabtree could have had a bigger day, but committed a horrible drop in the end zone on a slant pass that hit him right in the chest with no defender on him. He later made up for it by snagging a three-yard score in the back of the end zone. Crabtree will be a WR2 Thursday night at the Chiefs.
Mike Gillislee rushed eight times for 49 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills' Week 13 loss to the Raiders.
He wasn't involved in the pass game. Both of Gillislee's touchdowns were of the short-yardage variety, one from one yard away and the other from three yards out. One came on the heels of a long LeSean McCoy run to open the third quarter. McCoy's owners surely would have preferred McCoy get at least one of the touchdowns. Gillislee has scored four touchdowns in his past three games. He has some standalone flex value in this run-dominant offense.
Tyrell Williams caught 2-of-4 targets for 47 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers' Week 13 loss to the Bucs.
It was a quiet day for The Gazelle, who was catch-less until he caught a 40-yard touchdown bomb off play action in the fourth quarter, beating Bucs LCB Brent Grimes. Williams had a goose egg at halftime. Playing through a torn labrum in his shoulder, Williams may be a risky fantasy bet the rest of the way. He does draw a favorable matchup in Week 14 against the Panthers.
Larry Fitzgerald hauled in 10-of-11 targets for 78 yards in the Cardinals' Week 13 win over the Redskins.
Fitzgerald was the only receiver doing anything early, racking up five catches for 59 yards including a great catch-and-run in the two-minute drill in the first half. He kept it going after the break, adding another five catches including some big third-down conversions. Fitz also drew a third-down-converting penalty on Josh Norman on the game-sealing touchdown drive. Still going strong at the back-end of a spectacular career, Fitzgerald became the youngest player to reach 1,100 catches in NFL history on Sunday while jumping both Cris Carter and Marvin Harrison for third on the all-time list. The Canton-bound receiver will be a back-end WR1 next week in Miami.
Jalen Richard rushed nine times for 53 yards in the Raiders' Week 13 win over the Bills.
He wasn't involved in the passing game for the second week in a row. Latavius Murray has taken on that role, and Richard is simply the change-of-pace option, though he's filling that role extremely well this season.
Jacquizz Rodgers rushed seven times for 29 yards and caught his lone target for a gain of 21 in the Bucs' Week 13 win over the Chargers.
Rodgers finished with only the eight touches, but we saw him playing over Martin in some scoring situations and he also closed out the game as the Bucs' primary back on their final three drives. It's unclear why Martin wasn't in during that time period. It's extremely unlikely Martin was outright benched. Either way, Rodgers will be worth stashing on fantasy benches going forward, and especially if it's revealed Martin has some sort of injury.
Tyrod Taylor completed 18-of-35 passes for 191 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception in the Bills' Week 13 loss to the Raiders.
He added 30 yards rushing and one touchdown on three attempts. The touchdown run was a great read-option keeper where Khalil Mack crashed hard and didn't hold the edge, letting Taylor walk in easily. Mack later got his revenge, though, getting to Taylor to tip a pass, causing his interception deep in Buffalo territory, and then recording a strip-sack and recovering the fumble. Buffalo held a 24-9 lead at one point, but allowed 29 unanswered points to fall to 6-6. They need wins from here on out. Taylor will be a borderline QB1 next week against the Steelers.