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  • TEN Quarterback #8
    Will Levis completed 16-of-33 passes for 224 yards and a touchdown in the Titans’ 31-28, Week 13 loss to the Colts.
    It was another quiet week for Levis, who has just three touchdowns since his four-score debut in Week 8. His touchdown late in the fourth quarter could have given the Titans the win, but Nick Folk missed the PAT, keeping the score tied. The Colts would eventually score a touchdown in overtime after a field goal from the Tennessee, giving them the win. Levis also took three sacks and lost a fumble in this game. With his passing output remaining modest and no rushing production to speak of, Levis will stay at the back of the QB2 ranks for Week 14.
  • GB Running Back #33
    Packers declared RB Aaron Jones, CB Jaire Alexander, LB Brenton Cox Jr, OT Caleb Jones, TE Josiah Deguara, and WR Samori Toure inactive for Week 13 against the Chiefs.
    Running back AJ Dillon should once again share the backfield with Patrick Taylor in the absence of Jones after the two split snaps almost down the middle a week ago. Even so, Dillon’s 14 carries and three targets ran laps around the three carries and one target of Taylor. Deguara’s absence should allow Ben Sims to see additional snaps with Luke Musgrave on injured reserve.
  • PIT Wide Receiver #14
    George Pickens caught 4-of-5 targets for 86 yards in the Steelers’ Week 13 loss to the Cardinals.
    Pickens’ 86 yards were his most in six weeks. The majority came on a 38-yard grab on Pittsburgh’s opening drive. Kenny Pickett departed late in the first half with an ankle injury and Pickens drew only one look from uber-conservative backup Mitch Trubisky. Mitch combined with a tough short-week Thursday matchup in the Patriots has Pickens looking like a WR4 for Week 14.
  • NO Wide Receiver #86
    Lynn Bowden caught 1-of-2 targets for five yards in the Saints’ Week 13 loss to the Lions.
    Bowden, who last week had 40 rushing yards against Atlanta, ran 20 routes on 31 Saints drop backs against the Lions. He remains a reasonable deep league add while the Saints deal with a series of wide receiver injuries.
  • PHI Quarterback #1
    Jalen Hurts was seen running to the locker room in the fourth quarter of the Eagles’ Week 13 matchup against the 49ers.
    We don’t have much to go on right now, but Hurts took a hit on a scramble and appeared to have his leg twisted up at the end of the play. It didn’t look too severe on camera, and Hurts was actually jogging to the locker room with trainers. Hopefully, this is nothing more than a minor injury that required some extra attention away from the sideline. We’ll provide more updates as we get more information. Marcus Mariota was seen warming up on the sideline after Hurts left the field.
  • PIT Wide Receiver #18
    Diontae Johnson caught 4-of-5 targets for 33 yards and a touchdown in the Steelers’ Week 13 loss to the Cardinals.
    Johnson’s third score of the season gives him three more than he had during his infamous 2022. It came with Mitch Trubisky under center with the Steelers trailing 24-3 with 4:25 remaining. Aka garbage time. Trubisky was in the game because Kenny Pickett re-injured his ankle late in the second quarter. It didn’t look great. Johnson also appeared to be gutting through something after missing time during the week with an illness. He now has just four days to get ready for a Thursday matchup with a Patriots defense that’s still playing well. Johnson will be a mediocre WR3 for that one.
  • PIT Quarterback #10
    Mitch Trubisky completed 11-of-17 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown in the Steelers’ 24-10, Week 13 loss to the Cardinals, also losing a fumble.
    Trubisky’s giveaway came on a low snap. Forced into action after Kenny Pickett aggravated his ankle injury late in the first half, Trubisky was not impressive in driving rain conditions. He did look better than he did under Matt Canada, finding Diontae Johnson for a two-yard score in what you could consider garbage time. He still won’t be on the streaming radar for a short-week Thursday matchup with the Patriots if Pickett is forced to sit for Week 14.
  • DET Quarterback #16
    Jared Goff completed 16-of-25 attempts for 213 yards and two touchdowns in the Lions’ 33-28 Week 13 win against the Saints, adding two rushes for -2 yards.
    The Lions got off to a hot start, jumping out to a 21-0 lead early in the first quarter. Goff hit Amon-Ra St. Brown for one score and Sam LaPorta — who dominated targets in this one — for another. Goff also had a few off-target throws that should have been picked off in the second half. Goff has been shaky of late and the Lions seem intent on hiding their QB as much as possible. Goff will be a QB2 option in Week 14 against Chicago. He had two touchdowns and three interceptions against the Bears in Week 11.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #10
    DeAndre Hopkins caught 5-of-12 targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in the Titans’ Week 13 loss to the Colts.
    Per usual, Hopkins dominated the targets for the Titans’ offense. His 12 looks were good for a 36 percent target share. Hopkins caught his fifth touchdown of the season on a three-yard reception near the goal line. All five of his scores have come with Will Levis under center. Hopkins will rank as a WR2 for his Week 13 matchup with the Dolphins.
  • ARI Quarterback #1
    Kyler Murray completed 13-of-23 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown in the Cardinals’ 24-10, Week 13 win over the Steelers, adding nine rushes for 20 yards.
    It was a quiet fantasy day but sterling real life effort as Murray braved driving rain conditions to help the Cardinals pull out an impressive road victory. He also dealt with critical drops from Rondale Moore and Greg Dortch as Marquise Brown was severely limited by his ongoing heel problems. Murray is still hurting for volume, which is lowering his fantasy floor and affecting his ceiling. His completion percentage is barely above 60.0 since returning from injury. He won’t be a particularly appealing QB1 option when the Cardinals come off bye for a 32-team Week 15 slate that features Arizona hosting San Francisco.