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  • SEA Running Back #9
    Seahawks HC Pete Carroll said Kenneth Walker (oblique) is not considered a candidate for injured reserve at this time.
    Carroll noted that the team still needs to learn more about Walker’s injury before determining how much time he’ll miss, but it sounds like he’ll miss at least one game. The Seahawks only have a few days to get ready for Thursday night’s contest against the 49ers on Thanksgiving, which doesn’t give Walker a whole lot of time to heal up. Rookie running back Zach Charbonnet, who saw 85 percent of the team’s snaps in Week 11’s loss to the Rams will be in line for a big work day if Walker is unable to go. The volume Charbonnet is expected to see would put him the in the conversation as a top-24 fantasy back for Week 12.
  • NO Wide Receiver #12
    Chris Olave caught 5-of-8 targets for 119 yards in the Saints’ Week 13 loss to the Lions.
    Olave’s biggest gain of the day — a 33-yard catch and run — came on a terribly thrown, tipped ball from Jameis Winston after Derek Carr’s second half exit. Olave tied Alvin Kamara for the team lead in targets in a run-heavy scheme for New Orleans.
  • LAC Tight End #89
    Donald Parham caught 2-of-4 targets for 12 yards in the Chargers’ Week 13 win over the Patriots.
    One of Parham’s missed connections was an awful third down drop with under five minutes to go. With Gerald Everett back and producing his typical 4/40 statlines, Parham has disappeared from the streamer scrap heap.
  • MIA Running Back #31
    Raheem Mostert rushed 11 times for 43 yards in the Dolphins’ Week 13 win over the Commanders.
    Mostert’s lone score came on a one-yard touchdown to close out the first half. The veteran running back was out-gained by rookie De’Von Achane, but the Dolphins fed Achane early and often in the second half with the game well out of reach. Things were split with Mostert and Achane for much of the afternoon, which should be the case in Week 14 when the Dolphins take on the Titans.
  • IND Wide Receiver #14
    Alec Pierce caught 3-of-6 targets for 100 yards in the Colts’ Week 13 win over the Titans.
    Pierce scored a 36-yard touchdown on the opening drive of the game. he was quiet for the remainder of regulation time but came back to life in overtime, connecting with Gardner Minshew on a 55-yard reception to put the Colts on the goal line. Michael Pittman would secure the game-winning score a few plays later. Pierce finally showed off the high-end speed he flashed as a rookie in this game. He hit 100 yards and scored for the first time this year. He will be a deep FLEX option for his Week 14 matchup with the Steelers.
  • LAC Tight End #7
    Gerald Everett caught 4-of-5 targets for 44 yards in the Chargers’ Week 13 win over the Patriots.
    Even with the Chargers missing all sorts of pass catchers, this is Everett’s standard statline. He is neither spiking weeks nor contributing touchdowns with any regularity. Everett will be a low-upside TE2 for Week 14 against the Broncos.
  • HOU Wide Receiver #12
    Nico Collins caught 9-of-12 targets for 191 yards and a touchdown in the Texans’ Week 13 win over the Broncos.
    Collins had a huge receiving day with Tank Dell (fractured fibula) exiting early. He made a pair of catches over 50 yards in the first half and averaged over 21 yards per reception. He also saw a few end zone targets, catching one for the Texans’ sole receiving touchdown of the day. Collins was gashing the Broncos defense over the top and was the only Texan wideout with more than one catch. With Dell out for the foreseeable future, Collins has WR1 upside the rest of the season, though he has a tough Jets matchup coming up for Week 14.
  • IND Quarterback #10
    Gardner Minshew completed 26-of-42 passes for 312 yards and two touchdowns in the Colts’ 31-28, Week 13 win over the Titans.
    Minshew kicked the day off with a 36-yard strike to Alec Pierce for a touchdown on the Colts’ third play of the game. The Colts would not score another touchdown on offense for the remainder of the game’s regulation time. They had four drives fizzle out for field goals until overtime. After the Titans kicked a field of their own, Minshew drove down the field and eventually found Michael Pittman in the back of the end zone for a four-yard score, giving Indy the win. It hasn’t always been pretty, but the Colts are now riding a four-game win streak as they look to secure their postseason berth. Minshew will rank as a mid-range QB2 for his Week 14 matchup with the Steelers.
  • HOU Running Back #26
    Devin Singletary rushed eight times for 36 yards in the Texans’ Week 13 win over the Broncos, adding one reception for four additional yards.
    Singletary took a backseat to Dameon Pierce, losing the bulk of the backfield carries and red zone snaps. The Texans now have a committee in the backfield, making things frustrating for fantasy managers. Singletary was a fantastic play with Pierce out, but now is touchdown dependent and will see his best games with a passing game script. Singletary’s receiving role keeps him in the RB3/4 range against the Jets in Week 14.
  • NO Tight End #83
    Juwan Johnson did not catch any of his three targets in the Saints’ Week 13 loss against the Lions.
    Johnson had two brutal drops in the first half and seemed out of synch with Derek Carr and the Saints QBs throughout. Johnson last week had 45 yards on seven targets and appeared to be a real part of the New Orleans passing offense. His poor performance brings Johnson’s role into question, though he could be a viable streaming play in Week 14 against Carolina.
  • IND Wide Receiver #11
    Michael Pittman caught 11-of-16 targets for 105 yards and a touchdown in the Colts’ Week 13 win over the Titans.
    Pittman snagged the game-winning touchdown in overtime with a four-yard reception near the goal line. Per usual, he was Gardner Minshew’s favorite receiver, racking up a season-high in targets. He earned a 38 percent target share this week. Pittman has at least eight catches in five straight games and isn’t showing any signs of slowing. He will sit at the top of the WR2 ranks for the Colts’ Week 14 matchup with the Steelers.