David Nelson had four catches for 32 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Raiders.
Nelson didn't start with Jeremy Kerley back in the lineup, but played in three-wide sets. He secured all four of his targets in the passing game from Geno Smith. Nelson could lose playing time if Stephen Hill (knee) returns next week and remains off the fantasy radar.
Ed Dickson caught two passes for eight yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's Week 14 win over the Vikings.
The touchdown was Dickson's first of the season. Despite that fact, Pitta is further than ever from fantasy relevance after Dennis Pitta looked healthy and effective in his 2013 debut.
Nate Burleson caught two passes for 18 yards in Sunday's Week 14 loss at Philadelphia.
Bernard Pierce rushed seven times for 12 yards in Baltimore's Week 14 win over the Vikings, adding one catch for five yards.
It was yet another underwhelming effort from Pierce, who's averaging just 2.74 yards per carry with three games to go. With each week a must-win at this stage of the fantasy season, Pierce can be safely dropped if you're hurting for a roster spot.
Giovani Bernard rushed for 99 yards on 12 carries in Week 14 versus Indianapolis.
Bernard caught all four of his targets for an additional 49 yards. He was in the game on one goal-line opportunity, but the Bengals faked it to him and Andy Dalton found a wide-open Jermaine Gresham for a touchdown. Bernard hasn't found the end zone in three weeks, but his 148 total yards were a single-game high for the rookie this season. Bernard and the Bengals get the Steelers next week. Gio racked up two touchdowns on nine touches against Pittsburgh in Week 2. He'll be a borderline RB2/flex play in Week 15.
Jacoby Jones caught four passes for 37 yards in Baltimore's Week 14 win over the Vikings, adding a 77-yard touchdown on a fourth-quarter kick return.
It was a monster all-purpose effort from Jones, who finished with 229 total yards. Of course, Jones has still failed to eclipse four catches on the season, and has only one touchdown since Week 6. He's a borderline WR4 in leagues that don't count return yardage.
Santonio Holmes caught three passes for 55 yards in Sunday's Week 14 win over the Raiders.
Holmes started and played the majority of the game after being limited to just three snaps last week. He finished with five targets, but dropped two catchable passes in the back of the end-zone in the second quarter. Holmes won't be more than a low-end WR4 in Week 15 against the Panthers.
Matt Prater set an NFL record with a 64-yards field goal in Sunday's Week 14 game against the Titans.
In the thin air of Mile High and despite 16-degree temperatures, the Broncos chose to give Prater a shot as the first half expired. He delivered, breaking the previous record of 63 yards that was originally set by Tom Dempsey back in 1970 (and then tied by others). It's Prater's fifth field goal of 50+ yards on the season.