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  • LAR Wide Receiver #17
    Puka Nacua caught 5-of-7 targets for 72 yards in the Rams’ Week 3 loss to the Bengals.
    Nacua salvaged his fantasy outing with a 37-yard grab on the team’s final drive of the game to set up a one-yard score by Tutu Atwell. His showing was a far cry from the 35 combined targets he saw during the first two weeks of the season, but he still managed to lead the team in receiving for the third consecutive game. Nacua’s ability to shake loose over the middle of the field has been an integral piece of the offense in the absence of Cooper Kupp, the latter of whom could return as early as Week 5 against the Eagles.
  • CIN Tight End #87
    Tanner Hudson caught 2-of-3 targets for 21 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals’ Week 14 win over the Colts.
    Hudson nabbed his first career touchdown on an 11-yard strike to open the second half. It was one of just two catches on the day for the journeyman tight end, but a touchdown alone is enough to put any tight end in the TE2 range given the bleak state of the position. His meager target share will keep him ranked among the TE2s for Week 15, though there are worse streaming options to be had this late in the season.
  • MIN Wide Receiver #3
    Jordan Addison caught 2-of-3 targets for 27 yards in the Vikings’ Week 14 win against the Raiders.
    Addison has seen at least seven targets in seven straight outings before Minnesota’s disastrous offensive performance against Vegas. His three targets were well behind team leader T.J. Hockenson (8). Justin Jefferson’s first half exit didn’t help the rookie much, as Josh Dobbs struggled to make even the most basic throws. Nick Mullens, who took over for Dobbs in the fourth quarter, would be an upgrade for Addison’s fantasy outlook in Week 15 against the Bengals. Still, Addison will be a boom-bust WR3 option.
  • CIN Wide Receiver #83
    Tyler Boyd caught 2-of-3 targets for 23 yards in the Bengals’ Week 14 win over the Colts.
    Boyd is now averaging 27 receiving yards in three games with Jake Browning as the starter. His three targets were only good for a 12 percent target share. Behind at least three players in the pecking order for targets, Boyd will rank as a WR5 for his Week 15 matchup with the Vikings.
  • LAC Quarterback #2
    Easton Stick completed 13-of-24 passes for 179 yards in the Chargers’ 24-7, Week 14 loss to the Broncos.
    Stick came on in the second quarter after Justin Herbert (finger) exited the game. Prior to Sunday, Stick had attempted one pass in his NFL career and performed as one would expect an inexperienced former fifth-round pick to perform. Stick missed several passes on the day and fumbled twice late in the fourth quarter — losing the second one. He did manage a few long completions to Quentin Johnston, including a well-thrown 57-yard dime, but it’s safe to say we’ve seen enough of Stick to not want a repeat performance in Week 15. We’ll hopefully know more about Justin Herbert’s finger injury soon, but if he’s to miss any time, we could be looking at Stick as the starter over the final few weeks of the season.
  • NYJ Tight End #83
    Tyler Conklin caught 4-of-6 catches for 57 yards in the Jets’ Week 14 win over the Texans.
    With Zach Wilson back under center, Conklin’s 57 yards were his most in four games. Conklin has established a TE2 floor, but continues to display zero ceiling. He has yet to score a touchdown in 2023. With all 32 teams finally active for Week 15, there won’t be any reason to start Conklin against the Dolphins in 12-team leagues.
  • SF Running Back #23
    Christian McCaffrey rushed 16 times for 145 yards in the 49ers’ Week 14 win over the Seahawks.
    McCaffrey started things off with a bang racing 72 yards on the 49ers’ first play from scrimmage. Due to fatigue, Jordan Mason spelled him and punched it in for the 49ers’ first score. McCaffrey would have another run later in the game for 23 yards as he gashed the Seahawks’ defense all day. He wasn’t involved much in the receiving game hauling in only one catch for eight yards. CMC gets a nice matchup in Week 15 against the Cardinals.
  • CIN Wide Receiver #1
    Ja’Marr Chase caught 3-of-4 targets for 29 yards in the Bengals’ Week 14 win over the Colts.
    Zac Taylor kept things close to the line of scrimmage in this game, giving Jake Browning plenty of screens and dump-offs in an effort to avoid big mistakes. It worked but also cratered Chase’s target volume in the process. Chase, Joe Mixon, and Tee Higgins were all tied at a team-high in targets at four a piece. That’s a far cry from Chase’s 12 targets less than a week ago. It’s still safe to assume Chase is the top option in Cincy, but he may not dominate the targets at quite the level he used to with Browning under center. He will shuffle to the back of the WR1 ranks for his Week 15 matchup with the Vikings.
  • DEN Quarterback #3
    Russell Wilson completed 21-of-33 passes for 224 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Broncos’ 24-7, Week 14 win over the Chargers.
    An injury to Justin Herbert in the second quarter made life a bit easier for the Broncos, who shut down backup Easton Stick for the entire second half. Wilson was on point all afternoon and managed two touchdown passes, with his first coming on a 46-yard heave to Courtland Sutton. Sutton fought through a defensive pass interference in the end zone to haul in the one-handed catch for the score, as Wilson has now thrown two or more touchdowns in seven different games this season. Now at 7-6, the Broncos are in the thick of the playoff hunt. Wilson will be a fringe QB1 in Week 15 when the Broncos take on the Lions.
  • HOU Tight End #9
    Brevin Jordan caught 3-of-3 targets for 35 yards in the Texans’ Week 14 loss to the Jets.
    Jordan was the Texans’ leading receiver in a fiasco performance in New Jersey. That includes C.J. Stroud departing late with a concussion. Even if Dalton Schultz (hamstring) remains sidelined for Week 15 against the Titans, Jordan won’t be a comfortable option inside the top 20 at tight end.
  • LV Wide Receiver #17
    Davante Adams caught 6-of-9 targets for 29 yards in the Raiders’ Week 14 loss against the Vikings.
    Though Adams led the Raiders with a 29 percent target share, most of his looks were at or around the line of scrimmage. Aidan O’Connell locked on to Adams as usual and was picked off late in the fourth quarter because of it. Adams, who had 26 total targets over the previous two games, should remains a high-volume target option in Week 15 against a weak Chargers coverage unit.