Ty Montgomery caught two passes for 71 yards in the Packers' third preseason game.
Montgomery started over Jeff Janis in three-wide sets. He played deep into the third quarter, but made his 52-yard catch against the Eagles first-team defense. With Randall Cobb leaving early with a shoulder injury, there's potential for Montgomery to have a big early-season role. Montgomery has four catches for 99 yards through three preseason games.
Jarius Wright caught his lone target for seven yards in Saturday's preseason game.
The Vikings' slot man finishes the summer with six grabs for 76 yards. Wright has some WR4/5 appeal in PPR leagues.
Rashad Jennings rattled off 28 yards on nine rushes in Saturday’s preseason loss to the Jets.
He wasn’t targeted in the passing game. Jennings out-touched Andre Williams nine to two, a noticeable improvement from last week when Williams had three carries to Jennings’ one. If Jennings wants to fend off Williams and Shane Vereen, he’ll have to do better than the paltry 3.8 yards per carry he averaged last season.
Richard Rodgers caught one pass for 10 yards in the Packers' third preseason game.
Rodgers was mostly a non-factor, getting targeted on Brett Hundley’s pick-six. He drew a pass interference that set up a James Starks one-yard touchdown. With Jordy Nelson out for the year and Randall Cobb dealing with a shoulder injury, Rodgers is on the low-end TE2 radar.
Kyle Rudolph caught 2-of-2 targets for 11 yards in Saturday's preseason game.
Rudolph finishes the preseason with seven catches for 61 scoreless yards. Rudolph is healthy, but didn't generate much buzz during the offseason/summer. Rudolph continues to offer touchdown upside, but can't be trusted as more than a mid-range TE2.
Matt Asiata rushed three times for two yards in Saturday's preseason game.
He added two catches for an additional 13 yards. Provided he sits out Thursday's finale, the fantasy folk hero finishes the summer with 15 carries for 60 yards. He caught eight passes for 57 additional yards. Asiata is a firm third on the depth chart behind Adrian Peterson and Jerick McKinnon.
Tyler Eifert caught two passes for 30 yards in the Bengals' third preseason game.
He's up to five catches for 67 yards through three games. Eifert has established himself as the No. 2 option behind A.J. Green and should be a factor in the red-zone as long as he stays healthy. In a weak year for tight ends, Eifert is a good bet for low-end TE1 value.
Charles Johnson wasn't targeted in Saturday's preseason game.
The Vikings' first-team offense didn't get much run in this one. All the better, as it helps keep Johnson's ADP in check. The upside WR3 finishes the summer with five catches for 41 yards and a touchdown. There's a good chance Johnson, and not Mike Wallace, ends up as Teddy Bridgewater's No. 1 receiver.