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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was held to a season-low five targets in Sunday's 27-19 loss to the Green Bay Packers, closing with four catches for 81 yards. The Packers somehow left Kelce unguarded for a 23-yard gain on K.C.'s second drive. Kelce found another huge hole in Green Bay's zone defense for a 21-yarder on the first play of the second half, before quarterback Patrick Mahomes connected with Kelce for 27 more yards later that possession. Kelce looked to be in peak form while eating up several chunk gains in Week 13's loss, but the 34-year-old red-zone threat has only reached the end zone once in his last five outings after hitting paydirt four times during his first six contests. After posting his second consecutive showing with at least 80 yards, however, Kelce will still almost certainly top Week 14 TE1 rankings once again in a duel with the Buffalo Bills next Sunday.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jayden Reed (chest) didn't contribute much to Sunday's 27-19 home triumph over the Kansas City Chiefs, chipping in four catches (five targets) for 16 yards. Reed battled through a chest injury that he's been managing for the last two weeks, turning in his lowest yardage total since Week 5. Essentially splitting No. 2 wideout duties with Romeo Doubs behind Christian Watson (hamstring), Reed hasn't been the most reliable fantasy option overall this year. The second-round rookie also saw a three-game touchdown streak reach a close, having now eclipsed the 60-yard threshold in only two of his 12 games in Year 1. Reed could find more room to roam in Week 13 during a much more forgiving draw against the New York Giants next Monday night, and he could be in for an expanded role if Watson can't suit up.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed 21-of-33 passes for 210 yards, one touchdown, and an interception with four carries for 26 yards in Sunday's 27-19 loss to the Green Bay Packers. K.C. fell into an early double-digit hole in Week 13 just as they did last Sunday but weren't able to storm back this time around, as Mahomes was outdueled by Jordan Love on SNF. Mahomes hooked up with Noah Gray for a one-yard score early in the fourth quarter, and cornerback Keisean Nixon ran Skyy Moore's route for him on Mahomes' pick at a key moment. Mahomes and Co. came up just short in this showcase of offensive efficiency, as there wasn't a three-and-out on either side until the fourth period. Diminished box-score returns have become a common theme for Mahomes without a strong receiving corps, but he will be a QB1 with plenty of upside in Week 14's showdown with the Buffalo Bills and their injury-riddled defense.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Romeo Doubs led his team in receiving yardage during Week 13's 27-19 home victory over the visiting Kansas City Chiefs, tallying four receptions on five targets for 72 yards. Doubs' highlight of the night came as he held onto a 33-yard Jordan Love bomb on fourth down during the second quarter, which eventually led to a scoring drive. It was the 23-year-old's highest yardage output since Week 4, as he's more or less settled in as a low-end fantasy WR3 amid Christian Watson's (hamstring) recent hot streak. But Watson suffered a hamstring injury late in Sunday night's win, which could potentially set up Doubs as Love's top target next Monday night in an advantageous matchup against the New York Giants.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy threw for 314 yards and four touchdowns by completing 19 of 27 attempts in the team's impressive 42-19 victory at the Philadelphia Eagles. NFL fans saw what might have been if Purdy hadn't injured his elbow in the opening drive of last year's NFC Championship Game loss to the Eagles. By blowing out the team with the best record in the league, Purdy has rekindled some of the MVP talks that swirled around his name just before San Francisco's three-game losing streak. Though Purdy has established himself as a legitimate fantasy starter in standard leagues, his set of matchups moving forward includes decent pass defenses in the Cardinals and Seahawks and a tough one against Baltimore. But Purdy managers who make it to a Week 17 championship will have a tasty matchup against the league-worst Washington Commanders' pass defense, which just got shredded by Miami.
Green Bay Packers running back AJ Dillon filled in serviceably for the injured Aaron Jones (knee) in Week 13's 27-19 victory over the visiting Kansas City Chiefs, rushing 18 times for 73 yards with one 14-yard catch. Dillon ran fairly well on Sunday night, regularly bouncing off tacklers for some tough extra yards, as he's become known to do. The 25-year-old power back was held out of the end zone for the seventh straight game, however, even on a night where the Packers offense was able to move to ball very effectively against a tough Chiefs defense. Dillon is now averaging only 56.0 rushing yards on 15.6 carries with one total touchdown in five games without Jones this year, but he took 18 of a possible 21 RB carries in this one. He would remain a volume-dependent RB2 if Jones isn't able to suit up for a plus draw next Monday night against the New York Giants, but Dillon would revert back to RB3 territories if the starter returns.
Arizona Cardinals tight-end Trey McBride hauled in eight catches for 89 yards and a touchdown in the team's 24-10 Week 13 win over Pittsburgh. McBride has arrived, as he had six more catches, six more targets, and 68 more receiving yards on the day than any other player in the Arizona offense. It was an excellent performance highlighted by three catches of at least 15 yards, including a five-yard TD just before halftime. Since quarterback Kyler Murray returned, McBride has at least 60 receiving yards in three of four contests and appears to be attempting to make a run at upper-tier status for the position by the end of the year. McBride and the rest of the Cardinals will have a Week 14 bye before a tough Week 15 showdown against the 49ers.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love was superb in Week 13's 27-19 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, completing 25-of-36 passes for 267 yards and three touchdowns with two carries for 10 yards. Love followed up an outstanding Thanksgiving performance that saw him carve up the Detroit Lions in Week 12 with an equally impressive showing on Sunday Night Football. The first-year starter was consistently on point with his passes, surgically picking apart one of the NFL's strongest pass defenses with his second consecutive three-score effort. Love is beginning to resemble the promising passer we saw during the first month of the season, rather than the inferior one we watched during the middle portion of the season. With at least 267 passing yards and multiple TDs in each of his last four games, a heating-up Love looks like a fine QB1 option in Week 14 next Monday night against the New York Giants.
Arizona Cardinals running back James Conner carried the rock 25 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 24-10 Week 13 win over the Steelers. Conner topped 20 carries for just the second time on the season and was able to turn in a strong effort against his former team. His outing was highlighted by a long gain of 29 yards with a pair of touchdowns of one and nine yards out to cap off the stellar day. Conner and the rest of the Arizona offense will face a much stiffer test against the 49ers in Week 15 after returning from their Week 14 bye. He should remain an RB2 for that matchup.
Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray completed 13 of 23 passes for 145 yards, one touchdown, and zero interceptions in Sunday's 24-10 Week 13 win over the Steelers. He also had nine rushes for 20 yards. Murray didn't exactly post great numbers, as the Cardinals leaned on the run game more than usual to dispatch Pittsburgh. This game was odd in that it included two rain delays, so the mediocre stat line wasn't unusual. Despite the conditions, Murray led his team to victory and added his sixth touchdown in the campaign. Arizona will be on bye in Week 14 before taking on the 49ers in a tough Week 15 contest, and Murray should maintain his status as a high-end QB2 for that matchup.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) was continuing his recent resurgence before going down with a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter of Week 13's 27-19 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Watson collected a season-high seven of his nine targets for 71 yards and two touchdowns with two carries for 15 yards before his night ended. Watson appeared to be trying to burn some clock on a 24-yard Jordan Love touch pass as the Packers nursed a late lead on Sunday, but he pulled up lame near the end of the play while clutching at his right hamstring. It's a tough break for the 24-year-old, who was finally starting to free himself from a funk that plagued him for most of the year after a bad hamstring cost him the season's first three games. Watson's practice status will be one to monitor during Week 14 preparation, but he'll at least have an extra day to heal for a favorable matchup next Monday night against the New York Giants.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy reached 50 receiving yards for the seventh time in 11 games in Sunday's 22-17 loss to the Houston Texans. However, he caught only three passes on four targets for 51 yards and did not find the end zone. The 24-year-old did have a nice 41-yard catch in which he was forced down just before reaching paydirt for what would have been only his second touchdown of 2023. Jeudy's three catches tied for the team-high in Week 13 in a contest in which quarterback Russell Wilson only chucked the ball 26 times. Jeudy has been underwhelmingly consistent and will continue to have a low ceiling for fantasy managers if teammate Courtland Sutton keeps taking away all of the scoring chances for the Broncos through the air.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton continued his scoring ways in Week 13's 22-17 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday when he found the end zone for the ninth time this year. Sutton broke a five-game TD streak in last week's win over the Cleveland Browns, but he was able to get into the end zone again in Week 13 on a 45-yard bomb deep down the field to get the Broncos back into the game in the second half. Sutton only had two receptions on the day, but he did lead the team with seven targets as he continues to be quarterback Russell Wilson's favorite target through the air. The 28-year-old has had a high floor as a WR3/flex in fantasy lineups in 2023 and could continue to thrive in a good matchup next week against the division-rival Los Angeles Chargers.
Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee could not keep it rolling in the team's Week 13 win against the Cleveland Browns. Higbee caught just two of his four targets for 35 yards. This performance is not surprising considering Cleveland has allowed the fewest fantasy points to opposing tight ends this season. The 30-year-old has been inconsistent all season long and has yet to earn every week fantasy starter worthiness. Higbee should be considered a high-end TE2 and only started if absolutely needed in his Week 14 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Demarcus Robinson was the second leading receiver in the team's 36-19 win against the Cleveland Browns. Robinson caught four of his five targets for 55 yards and a touchdown through the air. Robinson has been taking a large majority of Tutu Atwell's snaps over the last two weeks and is now benefiting from it. While he still should not be considered much of a fantasy option going forward, there could be some DFS value in his Week 14 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Jonathan Mingo caught six of his 10 targets for 69 yards in a 21-18 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 13. Mingo wound up leading the Panthers in catches, targets, and receiving yards in the loss to the Buccaneers while also setting career highs in those three categories. The rookie has been seeing an increased role of late as he has 10 catches for 129 yards combined over his past two games. Mingo will look to stay hot against the New Orleans Saints in Week 14.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Puka Nacua (ribs) briefly exited but returned and finished the game in the team's 36-19 win against the Cleveland Browns. The 5th-round rookie caught four of his seven targets for 105 yards, including a 70-yard first-quarter touchdown. Nacua also handled two carries for 34 yards. Despite his recent inconsistencies, the 22-year-old has proven to be the most trustworthy fantasy receiving option on the team over Cooper Kupp. While watching his injury status throughout the week, consider Nacua as a high-end WR2 in his Week 14 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.
Carolina Panthers running back Miles Sanders carried the ball eight times for 23 yards and added a six-yard catch in a 21-18 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 13. Sanders' disappointing first season in Carolina continues as he saw Chuba Hubbard top 100 rushing yards and score twice on 25 carries. Sanders will not be a recommended fantasy option heading into a Week 14 matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp finally gave some production in the team's 36-19 win against the Cleveland Browns. The former All-Pro caught six of his eight targets for 39 receiving yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown. Kupp was still not his dominant self, but surpassed four catches and got into the endzone for the first time since Week 6. Considering the tough matchup and his recent slump, this stat line is refreshing for those rostering him. In yet another difficult matchup with the Baltimore Ravens in Week 14, consider Kupp as a low-end WR2.
Houston Texans running back Dameon Pierce scored his second touchdown of the season in the team's 22-17 win over the Denver Broncos in Week 13. Pierce ran 15 times for 41 yards and one score on Sunday, marking his most carries since Week 5. The young running back scored on a three-yard run late in the first quarter to extend Houston's lead. The 23-year-old back dealt with an ankle injury just a couple of weeks ago that caused him to miss three games. But that ankle appeared to be fully healed in Week 13. He'll look to carry that momentum next week on the road against the New York Jets.
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