Breshad Perriman delivered two catches for 59 yards and a touchdown on three targets Sunday in the Ravens' Week 13 win over the Dolphins.
Perriman broke loose for a 53-yard touchdown on a check-down pass from Joe Flacco early in the fourth quarter. That was his only notable contribution. After going his first eight games without a touchdown, Perriman has now found the end zone three times in his last four contests. It’s a good sign, but obviously not enough for us to consider Perriman as a realistic fantasy option.
Tim Hightower rushed two times for five yards in the Saints' Week 13 loss to the Lions, adding a four-yard reception.
Torrey Smith was held without a catch in Week 13.
He was targeted just two times. Smith did nothing in a game the 49ers attempted 15 passes. He'll take a 20/267/3 line into Week 14.
Emmanuel Sanders caught 3-of-9 targets for 28 yards in the Broncos' Week 13 win over the Jaguars.
The Broncos managed 104 passing yards in this game, so it's not surprising in hindsight that Sanders failed to hit his usual fantasy standards. Denver needs Trevor Siemian (foot) back for Week 14 against the Titans. If Siemian does return, Sanders will be an upside WR2 play in a quality matchup. If it's Lynch, Sanders will be a boom-bust WR3/flex option.
Mark Ingram rushed seven times for 37 yards in the Saints' Week 13 loss to the Lions, adding five receptions for 16 additional yards.
Ingram couldn't get any volume going in a game the Lions controlled from the opening whistle. Ingram also missed a series or two after tweaking his toe injury. He's undoubtedly going to miss more practice time this week. Provided he's healthy enough to suit up, Ingram will be a volatile RB2 against the Bucs in Week 14.
DuJuan Harris had eight yards on two carries in Week 13.
Harris remained a non-factor behind Carlos Hyde. He continued losing snaps to Shaun Draughn in the pass game. Harris shouldn't see more than a few touches in Week 14.
Josh Bellamy caught 4-of-6 targets for 93 yards in Week 13 against the 49ers.
He also had a 12-yard run. Bellamy saw the majority of his snaps after Marquess Wilson went down. He led Chicago in both yards and targets, but dropped a would-be touchdown. Bellamy could start Week 14 if Wilson misses time.
Willie Snead caught 2-of-5 targets for 38 yards in the Saints' Week 13 loss to the Lions.
Snead has now been held below 40 yards in three straight games, and four of his past five. It's not true from a targets standpoint, but Snead has become a distant third behind Michael Thomas and Brandin Cooks on the targets front. His WR3 case has disappeared.