Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 7 Rankings
Julio Jones photo 1. Julio Jones ATL (vs . LAR)
DeAndre Hopkins photo 2. DeAndre Hopkins HOU (at IND)
Well it's getting a little weird now. Hopkins still recorded nine receptions on 12 targets (good) but it was only for 55 yards (less good) and he hasn't scored since Week 1 (not at all good). He's still a buy, but we expected these less-than-stellar performances to subside by now.
20 hours ago
Cooper Kupp photo 3. Cooper Kupp LAR (at ATL)
Tyreek Hill photo 4. Tyreek Hill KC (at DEN)
Aren't you glad you held onto him? Hill returned from injury with a five reception, 80-yard performance with two touchdowns. He has overall WR1 upside every week, and we're all glad he's back.
20 hours ago
Michael Thomas photo 5. Michael Thomas NO (at CHI)
Keenan Allen photo 6. Keenan Allen LAC (at TEN)
Allen averaged 134.7 receiving yards per game through the first three weeks, and he has averaged 33 receiving yards per game over the last three weeks. That is not a typo. He is averaging over 100 yards per game less than the first three games. He's too talented and too important to the Chargers for this to not correct itself, but it is absolutely alarming.
20 hours ago
Tyler Lockett photo 7. Tyler Lockett SEA (vs . BAL)
T.Y. Hilton photo 8. T.Y. Hilton IND (vs . HOU)
In the four games that he's played, Hilton has only averaged 58 receiving yards per game, though he has saved fantasy owners with four total scores. Hilton's upside isn't the same as past years, but he is still easily the number one receiving option.
17 hours ago
Adam Thielen photo 9. Adam Thielen MIN (at DET)
Julian Edelman photo 10. Julian Edelman NE (at NYJ)
Everyone on the Patriots keeps getting hurt, but Edelman keeps producing. He only has one game this season with less than seven targets, and he's the obvious number one target in the Patriots offense. He's an absolute must start.
20 hours ago
Michael Gallup photo 11. Michael Gallup DAL (vs . PHI)
Robert Woods photo 12. Robert Woods LAR (at ATL)
It was going to be a tough matchup for Woods last week regardless, though Goff not showing up made it even worse. Fortunately, he was able to rush for a touchdown to salvage something out of his fantasy day. Things get much better this week, as Woods will see one of either Desmond Trufant or Kendall Sheffield in coverage. Trufant is dealing with a toe injury that had him inactive last week. Sheffield is a fourth-round rookie who's only playing because of injury. The duo has combined to allow 17-of-27 passing for 279 yards and five touchdowns in their coverage, though all five touchdowns were allowed by Trufant, so it's hard to say that it's even much of a downgrade for Woods if he plays, though Sheffield would be the preferred option. Woods has still seen at least eight targets in 4-of-6 games, so you don't want to lose hope, especially in a game that has a 53-point total. Toss him into lineups as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 and he just might turn into the top-18 option many thought they drafted.
2 days ago
Brandin Cooks photo 13. Brandin Cooks LAR (at ATL)
Will Fuller photo 14. Will Fuller HOU (at IND)
There's two ways of looking at Fuller's performance from last week. On one hand, he "came back down to earth" with a 5/44/0 performance, providing those opposed to Fuller justification in their hate. On the other hand, he dropped three should-be touchdowns against the Chiefs and finished the game with 158 air yards, which was the sixth-most in football in Week 6. He's a big part of this offense and though he didn't have a big game last week, you need to live with that. The Colts have allowed just one 40-yard passing play all season and allowed just four the entire 2018 season, so they're not typically beat deep. The loss of free safety Malik Hooker could definitely affect that, so we raise the odds. Pierre Desir is the cornerback he'll see most of the time, who happens to be the cornerback that's allowing the most yards per catch (16.0) in his coverage among the Colts cornerbacks. Fuller should remain in lineups as a WR3 who continually gets opportunity. You just must understand that by playing him, you may get a WR4/5 floor (which isn't horrible), but he also offers a WR1 ceiling.
2 days ago
Kenny Golladay photo 15. Kenny Golladay DET (vs . MIN)
D.J. Chark photo 16. D.J. Chark JAC (at CIN)
This past week (Week 6) and Week 4 are the only times all season that Chark has failed to score. He is the undisputed #1 receiver on the Jaguars, though they seem to be turning into a run-centric offense more and more each week. Chark is a low-end WR2 or high-end WR3.
17 hours ago
Courtland Sutton photo 17. Courtland Sutton DEN (vs . KC)
It may not have been a massive game, but Sutton extended his seven-plus target streak to six games with Flacco last week. He's consistently being targeted, which is ultimately the best-case scenario out of a player you're relying on for WR3 production most of the time. The Chiefs cornerbacks did a solid job keeping Deandre Hopkins in check last week, though Sutton is used quite a bit differently, as his 11.5 air yards per target easily trumps Hopkins' measly 9.5 air yards per target. We did see Will Fuller get behind the Chiefs defense on multiple occasions but ultimately dropped three should-be touchdowns. Sutton will see Charvarius Ward much of the game, a cornerback who put his name on the map towards the end of last year and has continued playing well for much of 2019. He's seen 33 targets in coverage this year, allowing 19 receptions for 253 yards and one touchdown. He allowed 7/123/0 of that in Week 1 against the Jaguars but has been pretty lights out since that time. Sutton is someone you want to keep plugging in as a WR3 with the volume he's getting, though the matchup isn't as great as we might've hoped.
2 days ago
Larry Fitzgerald photo 18. Larry Fitzgerald ARI (at NYG)
Tyler Boyd photo 19. Tyler Boyd CIN (vs . JAC)
Boyd had his most disappointing performance of the season in Week 6, posting only ten yards on seven targets (three receptions). He should get back on track in the next few weeks against the Jaguars and Rams, but his days as the Bengals number one receiving option are numbered with the return of A.J. Green coming any week now.
17 hours ago
John Brown photo 20. John Brown BUF (vs . MIA)
Aside from Week 4 (45%), Brown has a catch rate of at least 70% in every game this season. The Bills aren't a high-volume passing offense, but their yardage does come in large chunks. Brown is a great bye-week fill in as a WR2 or FLEX.
17 hours ago
Stefon Diggs photo 21. Stefon Diggs MIN (at DET)
Calvin Ridley photo 22. Calvin Ridley ATL (vs . LAR)
Alshon Jeffery photo 23. Alshon Jeffery PHI (at DAL)
Terry McLaurin photo 24. Terry McLaurin WAS (vs . SF)
With Keenum back under center, McLaurin was once again highly productive. Sure, the Dolphins were missing their best cornerback Xavien Howard, but it was going to be a plus-matchup regardless. Now onto the 49ers, who run a zone-heavy scheme, which means McLaurin will line up across from Emmanuel Moseley, the second-year cornerback who's stepped in for Ahkello Witherspoon the last two weeks and done a solid job. Despite playing against the Browns and Rams receivers, he's allowed just 4-of-7 passing for 28 yards in coverage the last two weeks. Again, he's zone-heavy, so they'll be relying on pressure up front, or McLaurin should find soft spots in the coverage. McLaurin needs to be started given his role in the offense as someone who's weighted opportunity ranks third-best in the NFL, just behind Michael Thomas and Keenan Allen. Based on the weeks he's played, he's seeing 51 percent of the Redskins air yards, which is the biggest share in the NFL (closest player is Michael Thomas at 44 percent). Consider McLaurin a low-end WR2 in a tough matchup but one who should remain in your lineup.
2 days ago
Mike Williams photo 25. Mike Williams LAC (at TEN)
While Keenan Allen's target volume has plummeted the past three weeks, Williams seems to be establishing himself as a trusted target of Philip Rivers. Williams has averaged 11.5 targets and 73 yards per game over the last two, and he's a strong WR3 with the potential to creep into WR2 territory.
17 hours ago
Allen Robinson photo 26. Allen Robinson CHI (vs . NO)
Robby Anderson photo 27. Robby Anderson NYJ (vs . NE)
He's going to receive the Stephon Gilmore treatment this week, which is not good for anyone involved. Here are his last four matchups with the Patriots (most recent first): 3/11/0, 3/24/0, 2/22/0, 1/2/0. There have been just two wide receivers who've finished as top-24 options against the Patriots, and both were slot-heavy receivers (Golden Tate, Cole Beasley). The best perimeter performance against them was John Brown, who finished with 5/69/0 but took 11 targets to get there. Anderson hasn't seen more than seven targets under Adam Gase. He's not someone you should aim to play this week and should be considered a mediocre WR4 option.
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Marvin Jones photo 28. Marvin Jones DET (vs . MIN)
After he was going back and forth with Golladay as the 1A and 1B last year, Jones has clearly faded into the No. 2 option this year. He's seen in-between 4-6 targets in 4-of-5 games with a nine-target game mixed in between. His average depth of target is two full yards higher than Golladay's, so he'll be more of the boom-or-bust variety regardless of the target numbers. He's likely going to be covered by Trae Waynes this week, the speedy Vikings cornerback who has done a great job keeping the play in front of him this year, allowing just 9.6 yards per reception in his coverage. He's allowed just one play of more than 26 yards (went for 37 yards) on 40 targets in coverage this year. You'll want to consider Jones in games the Lions are forced into shootouts against reverse funnel defenses, but this isn't one of them, making him nothing more than a boom-or-bust WR5.
1 day ago
D.K. Metcalf photo 29. D.K. Metcalf SEA (vs . BAL)
After seeing at least six targets in each of the first three games, Metcalf has seen just 4-3-5 over the last three games, though it's important to note he's had just one game this year where he's finished less than 67 yards and/or a touchdown. As odd as it sounds, he still leads the team in air yards over Lockett, though that gap has shrunk to the point it's almost non-existent. With Will Dissly out for the year, Metcalf may take on a bigger role in the end zone as the biggest target on the team. If Marlon Humphrey shadows Lockett, like many expect, Metcalf would see a lot of newly acquired Marcus Peters or Brandon Carr in coverage. Carr is an established veteran who's solid in coverage, though he doesn't have the speed to keep up with Metcalf over the top. Peters has been repeatedly burned over the top this year and doesn't do well in shadow coverage. The Seahawks should be able to get the matchups they want with Metcalf if Lockett gets shadowed, so consider him a high-end WR4 who could lead the team in receiving.
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Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 30. Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB (vs . OAK)
Dede Westbrook photo 31. Dede Westbrook JAC (at CIN)
Westbrook is averaging a very respectable 8.5 targets per game over his last four, but most of his yardage comes on long plays, as he has four receptions of at least 23 yards over the past four games. Ideally you'd leave him on the bench, but he's an acceptable bye week fill-in if necessary.
17 hours ago
Golden Tate photo 32. Golden Tate NYG (vs . ARI)
With Sterling Shepard seemingly out of the picture for a bit, Tate should continue to eat up targets, as he did versus the Patriots last week. His nine targets ranked as the second-most by a Giants receiver this year, while his 102 yards were the most by a Giants receiver. The Cardinals playmaker returning on defense (Patrick Peterson) doesn't cover slot receivers. That means Tate will see a lot of Tramaine Brock, a journeyman in the league who's struggled while defending the slot. He's seen 12 targets and allowed six catches for 115 yards and a touchdown on them. He hasn't been targeted a lot, which has kept some numbers down in the matchups against him, but that won't be the case with Tate, as he's the No. 1 option in the passing game and should be locked into eight-plus targets. Tate should be in lineups as a high-floor WR3 for this matchup.
2 days ago
Jamison Crowder photo 33. Jamison Crowder NYJ (vs . NE)
If there's one player who benefits from the matchup with the Patriots, it's Crowder. The top three performances against the Patriots this year have been Golden Tate (88 percent slot-rate), Cole Beasley (82 percent slot-rate), and JuJu Smith-Schuster (69 percent slot-rate). Knowing that Crowder has played plays 70 percent of his snaps in the slot is a good thing. Jonathan Jones is the primary slot cornerback for the Patriots, and though he's still been solid, he's the weakest link while allowing an 84.5 QB Rating in his coverage. He's not a sexy play, but he's the best play among the Jets wide receivers. Consider him a low-upside WR3/4 who should present a decent floor.
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Emmanuel Sanders photo 34. Emmanuel Sanders DEN (vs . KC)
Sanders seems confident that he can play in Week 7 against the Chiefs on Thursday night. He is a protoypical high-risk high-reward play, as the Broncos will presumably be throwing, but all it takes is a slight knock to the knee and Sanders is leaving early again.
17 hours ago
Auden Tate photo 35. Auden Tate CIN (vs . JAC)
After dropping three balls in the previous two games, Tate made a few highlight reel grabs in Week 6, re-instilling confidence in him as a primary target for Dalton. The issue is that he'll match-up with one of Jalen Ramsey or A.J. Bouye, depending on Ramsey's status. I will say that Tate would get a massive bump in the rankings if Green plays and Ramsey doesn't, as it would mean Bouye covering Green. If Green doesn't play, you have to at least consider Tate, who's now seen at least six targets in each of the last four games, including a career-high 12 targets last week. The Jaguars have only allowed a 60 percent completion-rate to receivers, but those catches have gone for an average of 14.2 yards per reception. Tate's average depth of target is just 9.5 yards, so it's tough to say he'll be the one who benefits from that. He can be considered a middling WR4 with not much upside this week, though there are many variables with Green and Ramsey.
2 days ago
Mohamed Sanu photo 36. Mohamed Sanu ATL (vs . LAR)
It was a disappointing game for Sanu considering the matchup, but that'll happen when you're the No. 3 receiver on a team, as there are only so many targets to go around. The four targets he saw was a season-low and it served as a reminder to keep expectations in check. The Rams have Nickell Robey-Coleman covering the slot, which is a much worse matchup than the one Sanu had last week. He's allowed just 4.23 yards per target in his coverage this year, and the 26 targets he's seen in coverage does rank as the most on the team, so it's not a small sample size, either. This isn't a matchup you should be expecting a big game out of Sanu, who is just a middling WR5-type option in this game.
2 days ago
Amari Cooper photo 37. Amari Cooper DAL (vs . PHI)
Dante Pettis photo 38. Dante Pettis SF (at WAS)
Christian Kirk photo 39. Christian Kirk ARI (at NYG)
Mecole Hardman photo 40. Mecole Hardman KC (at DEN)
Just when we had written off Hardman as being stuck behind at least Demarcus Robinson, he goes out and records a decent four receptions on 45 yards, compared to zero for Robinson. Ideally, we'd avoid this situation entirely, but Hardman has some upside if you're extremely desperate.
17 hours ago
Preston Williams photo 41. Preston Williams MIA (at BUF)
He was tied for the team lead with six targets last week, though he remained inefficient on them, finishing with just two catches for 31 yards. Over the last three games, he's racked up a massive 25 targets, but has netted just 10 receptions for 145 yards and no touchdowns. You do want to follow targets and Williams' 20 percent target share makes you at least consider him as an option. Fortunately, you can do a quick "nope" when looking at the matchup this week, as the Bills have tormented opposing wide receivers. There's been just one wide receiver who's been able to post numbers better than the WR35 against them, and that was Jamison Crowder, who saw a ridiculous 17 targets. In fact, there's been just five receivers to score more than 7.6 PPR points against the Bills and four of them saw double-digit targets, while the other one scored a touchdown. Williams is nothing more than a touchdown-or-bust WR5 and you don't want to rely on that out of this Dolphins passing game.
2 days ago
Marquise Goodwin photo 42. Marquise Goodwin SF (at WAS)
A.J. Brown photo 43. A.J. Brown TEN (vs . LAC)
Corey Davis photo 44. Corey Davis TEN (vs . LAC)
Rumor has it that Ryan Tannehill will be starting for the Titans, which should be a good thing for Davis, as the Titans offense has never been pass-first under Marcus Mariota. We'd recommend waiting and seeing with Davis for now, but he has some upside with the potential rejuvenation that Tannehill brings to Tennessee.
17 hours ago
Tyrell Williams photo 45. Tyrell Williams OAK (at GB)
Williams has exactly seven targets in three of his four games played this season, and he's scored in every game as well. Oakland doesn't have a high-volume passing attack, but you can definitely do much worse than Williams, who seems to be the red-zone favorite, at a minimum.
17 hours ago
Demarcus Robinson photo 46. Demarcus Robinson KC (at DEN)
Every week, there seems to be a Chiefs receiver that is a lock for a high volume game, and then they go out and do nothing. That was Robinson in Week 6, as he posted zero receptions on four targets. It seems that he, Sammy Watkins, and Mecole Hardman will continue to play musical chairs for who feels like producing as the third receiving option on the Chiefs behind Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce.
17 hours ago
Geronimo Allison photo 47. Geronimo Allison GB (vs . OAK)
Devante Parker photo 48. Devante Parker MIA (at BUF)
He's now scored a touchdown in back-to-back games, but he's also seen four targets in back-to-back games, meaning there's a bust game coming soon and the Bills are just the team to give it to him. They may not have Tre'Davious White shadow him considering how involved and targeted Preston Williams is, but it won't matter all that much, as the Bills have seen far better receivers than this duo and have allowed just one wide receiver to finish higher than WR35 against them. You don't want to keep playing a receiver who's getting minimal targets in a bad offense who's in a bad matchup.
2 days ago
Deebo Samuel photo 49. Deebo Samuel SF (at WAS)
Josh Gordon photo 50. Josh Gordon NE (at NYJ)
Many people thought Josh Gordon's season was over after suffering what looked like a brutal knee injury in Week 6. His status for Week 7 is still up in the air at this point, but he seems to have avoided anything serious. He has struggled to reach his potential this season, having never exceed six receptions or 83 yards in a single game, plus he's only scored once. He's a high-upside FLEX, but ideally you have a stronger WR2 option at this point.
17 hours ago
Nelson Agholor photo 51. Nelson Agholor PHI (at DAL)
Jakobi Meyers photo 52. Jakobi Meyers NE (at NYJ)
KeeSean Johnson photo 53. KeeSean Johnson ARI (at NYG)
Darius Slayton photo 54. Darius Slayton NYG (vs . ARI)
Willie Snead photo 55. Willie Snead BAL (at SEA)
Keke Coutee photo 56. Keke Coutee HOU (at IND)
Ted Ginn photo 57. Ted Ginn NO (at CHI)
Chris Conley photo 58. Chris Conley JAC (at CIN)
Demaryius Thomas photo 59. Demaryius Thomas NYJ (vs . NE)
With Anderson getting Stephon Gilmore in coverage, it means Thomas will see a lot of Jason McCourty, who's been just as dominant in coverage. On the year, he's seen 32 targets and allowed just 17/159/0 on them. That's less than 5.0 yards per target and he's yet to allow a touchdown. Yeah, Thomas has practiced against these guys, but that doesn't mean he'll produce. You can find better bye week options at wide receiver.
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Paul Richardson photo 60. Paul Richardson WAS (vs . SF)
Marquise Brown photo 61. Marquise Brown BAL (at SEA)
Keep an eye on Brown's health, as he missed the Ravens Week 6 matchup with the Bengals. If he plays, he's a fringe WR3 in a tough matchup in Seattle.
17 hours ago
Sammy Watkins photo 62. Sammy Watkins KC (at DEN)
Adam Humphries photo 63. Adam Humphries TEN (vs . LAC)
Miles Boykin photo 64. Miles Boykin BAL (at SEA)
Duke Williams photo 65. Duke Williams BUF (vs . MIA)
Albert Wilson photo 66. Albert Wilson MIA (at BUF)
Jaron Brown photo 67. Jaron Brown SEA (vs . BAL)
Anthony Miller photo 68. Anthony Miller CHI (vs . NO)
Trey Quinn photo 69. Trey Quinn WAS (vs . SF)
Phillip Dorsett photo 70. Phillip Dorsett NE (at NYJ)
Dorsett is one of the premier bench stashes in fantasy football, as he should be in a prime position once his hamstring injury heals. Prior to the game that he left injured, he averaged eight targets per game in the previous two. If you really want to use him in Week 7, make sure you have alternates in place because the Patriots play Monday night against the Jets. Demaryius Thomas probably fits the bill as a decent swap if Dorsett is a game-time decision.
17 hours ago
Danny Amendola photo 71. Danny Amendola DET (vs . MIN)
Byron Pringle photo 72. Byron Pringle KC (at DEN)
Allen Lazard photo 73. Allen Lazard GB (vs . OAK)
Cole Beasley photo 74. Cole Beasley BUF (vs . MIA)
Beasley doesn't offer a ton of upside, as he averages only 9.9 yards per reception and hasn't scored yet this year. He does have three games this year with at least nine targets, and he shouldn't struggle to produce against the paltry Dolphins defense.
17 hours ago
Damiere Byrd photo 75. Damiere Byrd ARI (at NYG)
Tavon Austin photo 76. Tavon Austin DAL (vs . PHI)
Trent Sherfield photo 77. Trent Sherfield ARI (at NYG)
Kenny Stills photo 78. Kenny Stills HOU (at IND)
Jake Kumerow photo 79. Jake Kumerow GB (vs . OAK)
Davante Adams photo 80. Davante Adams GB (vs . OAK)
DaeSean Hamilton photo 81. DaeSean Hamilton DEN (vs . KC)
Travis Benjamin photo 82. Travis Benjamin LAC (at TEN)
Seth Roberts photo 83. Seth Roberts BAL (at SEA)
Devin Smith photo 84. Devin Smith DAL (vs . PHI)
Sterling Shepard photo 85. Sterling Shepard NYG (vs . ARI)
Alex Erickson photo 86. Alex Erickson CIN (vs . JAC)
Zay Jones photo 87. Zay Jones OAK (at GB)
Cody Latimer photo 88. Cody Latimer NYG (vs . ARI)
Mack Hollins photo 89. Mack Hollins PHI (at DAL)
Olabisi Johnson photo 90. Olabisi Johnson MIN (at DET)
David Moore photo 91. David Moore SEA (vs . BAL)
Hunter Renfrow photo 92. Hunter Renfrow OAK (at GB)
Taylor Gabriel photo 93. Taylor Gabriel CHI (vs . NO)
Zach Pascal photo 94. Zach Pascal IND (vs . HOU)
Kendrick Bourne photo 95. Kendrick Bourne SF (at WAS)
Josh Reynolds photo 96. Josh Reynolds LAR (at ATL)
Richie James photo 97. Richie James SF (at WAS)
Damion Willis photo 98. Damion Willis CIN (vs . JAC)
Pharoh Cooper photo 99. Pharoh Cooper ARI (at NYG)
Isaiah McKenzie photo 100. Isaiah McKenzie BUF (vs . MIA)
Justin Hardy photo 101. Justin Hardy ATL (vs . LAR)
Allen Hurns photo 102. Allen Hurns MIA (at BUF)
Cordarrelle Patterson photo 103. Cordarrelle Patterson CHI (vs . NO)
Steven Sims photo 104. Steven Sims WAS (vs . SF)
Deon Cain photo 105. Deon Cain IND (vs . HOU)
Vyncint Smith photo 106. Vyncint Smith NYJ (vs . NE)
Chris Moore photo 107. Chris Moore BAL (at SEA)
Geremy Davis photo 108. Geremy Davis LAC (at TEN)
Marqise Lee photo 109. Marqise Lee JAC (at CIN)
Randall Cobb photo 110. Randall Cobb DAL (vs . PHI)
A.J. Green photo 111. A.J. Green CIN (vs . JAC)
Tajae Sharpe photo 112. Tajae Sharpe TEN (vs . LAC)
DeSean Jackson photo 113. DeSean Jackson PHI (at DAL)
Marvin Hall photo 114. Marvin Hall DET (vs . MIN)
Keelan Cole photo 115. Keelan Cole JAC (at CIN)
Andy Isabella photo 116. Andy Isabella ARI (at NYG)
Gunner Olszewski photo 117. Gunner Olszewski NE (at NYJ)
Kelvin Harmon photo 118. Kelvin Harmon WAS (vs . SF)
Laquon Treadwell photo 119. Laquon Treadwell MIN (at DET)
Robert Foster photo 120. Robert Foster BUF (vs . MIA)
Trevor Davis photo 121. Trevor Davis OAK (at GB)
Austin Carr photo 122. Austin Carr NO (at CHI)
Parris Campbell photo 123. Parris Campbell IND (vs . HOU)
Cody Core photo 124. Cody Core NYG (vs . ARI)
Josh Bellamy photo 125. Josh Bellamy NYJ (vs . NE)
Chester Rogers photo 126. Chester Rogers IND (vs . HOU)
Cedrick Wilson photo 127. Cedrick Wilson DAL (vs . PHI)
Fred Brown photo 128. Fred Brown DEN (vs . KC)
Jakeem Grant photo 129. Jakeem Grant MIA (at BUF)
Tre'Quan Smith photo 130. Tre'Quan Smith NO (at CHI)
Malik Turner photo 131. Malik Turner SEA (vs . BAL)
Keelan Doss photo 132. Keelan Doss OAK (at GB)
Diontae Spencer photo 133. Diontae Spencer DEN (vs . KC)
De'Anthony Thomas photo 134. De'Anthony Thomas KC (at DEN)
Isaiah Ford photo 135. Isaiah Ford MIA (at BUF)
Russell Gage photo 136. Russell Gage ATL (vs . LAR)
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside photo 137. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside PHI (at DAL)
Braxton Berrios photo 138. Braxton Berrios NYJ (vs . NE)
Deonte Harris photo 139. Deonte Harris NO (at CHI)
Javon Wims photo 140. Javon Wims CHI (vs . NO)
Juwann Winfree photo 141. Juwann Winfree DEN (vs . KC)
Darius Jennings photo 142. Darius Jennings TEN (vs . LAC)
Lil'Jordan Humphrey photo 143. Lil'Jordan Humphrey NO (at CHI)
Stanley Morgan Jr. photo 144. Stanley Morgan Jr. CIN (vs . JAC)
Darrius Shepherd photo 145. Darrius Shepherd GB (vs . OAK)
Jordan Matthews photo 146. Jordan Matthews SF (at WAS)
N'Keal Harry photo 147. N'Keal Harry NE (at NYJ)
Andre Roberts photo 148. Andre Roberts BUF (vs . MIA)