Riley Cooper caught three passes for 49 yards in Sunday's Week 12 win over the Titans.
Danny Amendola was held catch-less in Week 12 against the Lions.
Shaking off an early drop, Amendola redeemed himself with an 81-yard kick return early in the second quarter. Amendola has barely been a factor in New England's passing offense this season, but has had his moments helping the team win.
Coby Fleener caught two passes for 28 yards in the Colts' Week 12 win over the Jaguars.
Fleener was targeted four times and could have easily had a touchdown had he not alligator-armed a ball in the end zone when he heard Jaguars' big-hitting SS Jonathan Cyprien's footsteps over the middle. Afriad of contact, Fleener is going to have these sorts of games. With Dwayne Allen (ankle) out, Fleener was also called on to block more. Fleener will be on the TE1 map again next week against the Redskins if Allen has to miss another game.
Charles Sims rushed six times for 22 yards Week 12 against the Bears.
Sims rotated series with Doug Martin through the first three quarters, but was out-touched 12-8 by Martin. Sims saw more success on the ground than Martin, but still struggled in the Bucs' limiting run scheme. Likely on the worse side of a RBBC, Sims will not be worth a start against the Bengals Week 13.
Julian Edelman secured 11-of-15 targets for 89 yards in the Patriots' Week 12 win over the Lions.
He also had a second-half punt return TD negated by penalty. Edelman dropped a first-quarter touchdown pass, but was otherwise a key ingredient as the Patriots attacked the Lions with a spread offense, getting the ball out of Tom Brady's hands quickly. Edelman will remain a borderline WR2 in PPR leagues against the Packers next week. He's a low-upside WR3 in non-PPR formats.
Allen Hurns caught one pass for 13 yards in the Jaguars' Week 12 loss to the Colts.
Hurns was targeted four times as he got the start opposite Cecil Shorts in place of Allen Robinson (foot, I.R.). The Jaguars' passing game is brutal outside of garbage time, leaving none of the receivers as more than WR4 plays. Hurns and the Jaguars get the Giants at home in Week 13.
Doug Martin rushed 11 times for 27 yards Week 12 against the Bears.
Martin started the game but rotated evenly with Charles Sims through the first three quarters. Martin had a nice 10-yard run where he showed the vision and burst that made him a hot property follwing his rookie season, but struggled to find room in the Bucs' horrible run scheme the rest of the day. Martin will likely be the better side of Tampa's new RBBC, but he will not be worth a start against a suddenly resurgent Bengals' defense Week 13.
Julio Jones caught 5-of-13 targets for 68 yards and a touchdown in Atlanta's Week 12 loss to the Browns.
Amazingly, the score was Jones' first since he notched two in Week 3 against the Bucs. Jones drew shadow coverage from Joe Haden, with the duo battling to a draw. Jones' 24-yard score came on a crossing route where Haden made the wrong decision, but Haden later easily picked Matt Ryan on a ball he forced to his No. 1 receiver. At one point, Jones tweaked his hamstring, but missed little, if any, time. Jones will be a low-end WR1 for next week's battle with the Cardinals' stout secondary.