Davante Adams caught two of 11 targets for 14 yards in the Packers' Week 12 loss to the Bears.
Adams was horrific on Thursday night. He began the game by dropping a pass that should have gone for a 47-yard touchdown. Adams had at least a step on Tracy Porter. The Packers went away from Adams for a while, opting to use Jeff Janis on three wide receiver sets. Adams resurfaced with two more drops in the second half and was the intended receiver on Rodgers’ only interception of the night. He’ll have a chance to rebound against the Lions next Thursday. Adams caught 10 passes for 79 yards against them in Week 10.
James Jones was held without a catch on six targets in the Packers' Week 12 loss to the Bears.
Jones has gained a reputation for streakiness and he lived up to it on Thursday night. A week after leading the team with 109 yards on six catches, Jones put up a goose egg while letting the game-winning touchdown fall through his fingers. After a hot start, James has come back to Earth with just 13 catches over his last seven games. He’ll be a boom-or-bust WR3 against the Lions in Week 13.
RT Bryan Bulaga left the Packers' Week 12 game against the Bears with an ankle injury and is questionable to return.
With only a few minutes remaining, we're guessing he's done for the night. Don Barclay will take over at right tackle.
CB Damarious Randall left the Packers' Week 12 game against the Bears with a knee injury and is questionable to return.
He had two tackles before exiting in the third quarter. Alshon Jeffery should have a little more breathing room with Randall out of the game.
Citing a source close to Tony Romo, ESPN's Ed Werder reports Romo (collarbone) is done for the season.
The results of Friday's CT scan are presumably expected to show that Romo indeed re-fractured his left clavicle on Thursday's Thomas Davis sack. The Cowboys will move forward with Matt Cassel at quarterback. Losing Romo is obviously a devastating blow to Dallas' rest-of-season outlook, and it's a huge one for the prospects of the Cowboys' skill players in fantasy football.
Terrance Williams caught 4-of-7 passes for 39 yards in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers.
Williams has now been held under 50 receiving yards in seven of Dallas' last nine games. With Matt Cassel taking back over as the Cowboys' quarterback following Tony Romo's latest injury, Williams should stay plastered to the waiver wire in fantasy leagues of all sizes.
Jason Witten caught 4-of-6 passes for 36 yards in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers.
His most notable contribution was getting targeted on two of Tony Romo's three interceptions. With Matt Cassel back under center following Romo's clavicle aggravation, "dad runner" Witten will finish out the season as a very low-ceiling fantasy option.
A source told Profootballtalk.com that Tony Romo is believed to have a "small fracture" in his left clavicle.
Romo said after Thursday's loss to the Panthers that the injury felt "similar" to the collarbone fracture that he suffered in Week 2. X-rays in the locker room were reportedly "inconclusive" on the exact extent of Romo's new injury, and he will go for another scan on Friday. We hope to have a timetable for Romo's recovery by the weekend, but wouldn't bet on seeing him again this year.