Cody Latimer WR DEN (11) 9 hours ago
Latimer hauled in his only target against Jacksonville, a 10-yarder.
Latimer, who has been inactive more often than not in recent weeks, was pushed into duty against Jacksonville with Bennie Fowler on the mend and Jordan Norwood in the dog house. He managed just one catch in Denver's ice-cold offense. It was the former second-rounder's first reception since Week 3 and he's trending downward. The recent free-agent acquisition of Marlon Brown and promotion of Kalif Raymond don't show much confidence in Latimer's abilities as a receiver or returner.
Bilal Powell RB NYJ (11) 10 hours ago
Powell had a three-yard carry in Monday's loss to Indianapolis.
The Jets entire offense was off-kilter after falling behind by multiple scores early. Expect Powell to pick it up down the stretch. With young Bryce Petty set to take the reins, the Jets running game will be leaned on heavily. In Petty's only extended action of the season, Week 10's loss to the Rams, Powell had a season-high 89 total yards and a receiving touchdown.
Leonte Carroo WR MIA (8) 10 hours ago
Carroo failed to convert his only target into a catch in Sunday's loss to Baltimore.
The Dolphins traded up in the third round of this year's draft to nab Carroo, but he's been both stuck in a logjam at receiver and a victim of a Dolphins offense predicated on the run. Carroo has caught just one pass since Week 1 and has been targeted just thrice since the Week 8 bye.
Quincy Enunwa WR NYJ (11) 10 hours ago
Enunwa snatched one of two targets for 10 yards in Monday's loss to the Colts.
Fresh off of a career-high 109-yard effort against New England, Enunwa crashed back down to earth on Monday. Last year's sixth-round pick has flashed potential filling in for Eric Decker, but has slowed down in recent weeks with just one catch in three of his last four games. The Jets turning the reins over to the unproven Bryce Petty likely doesn't do much to improve Enunwa's consistency.
Phillip Dorsett WR IND (10) 10 hours ago
Dorsett rushed for seven yards and failed to reel in his lone target in Monday's win over the Jets.
The fact that the former first-round pick had more rushing yards than receiving yards in the Colts' best game of the year speaks volumes about how his season has turned. The diminutive speedster has not provided the Colts the big-play threat that they surely hoped for in recent weeks. He's converted just one catch of over 20 yards since Week 5.
OUTHarrison Smith DB MIN (6) 10 hours ago
Smith is dealing with a Grade 3 high ankle sprain and has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Smith re-aggravated a previous ankle injury during Thursday's loss to the Cowboys, which is now being listed as a Grade 3 high ankle sprain. A Grade 3 listing is the most important thing to keep in mind here, as that's considered the most severe of ankle sprains. He's already been ruled out for Sunday, but there's a very good chance he misses additional time and may even miss the rest of the season. However, the Vikings still plan to take it on a week-to-week basis, so stay tuned for further information. Look for Anthony Harris to take over as the starter moving forward.
Andre Ellington RB ARI (9) 10 hours ago
Ellington rushed five times for five yards in Sunday's win over Washington. He added a 10-yard catch off of two targets.
Ellington was literally running in place at times, but the veteran back can take solace in tying a season high with six touches. It's a small victory in a season that has been spent behind the one of the league's most dynamic young rushers. As David Johnson continues to roll, it's hard to find much space for Ellington to work.
Jerell Adams TE NYG (8) 10 hours ago
Adams caught one of three targets for 10 yards in Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh.
The rookie tight end looked good after the bye, with back-to-back three-catch games. Sunday's 10-yarder was his first reception since. In an offense in which starter Will Tye struggles to top two receptions per game, don't hold your breath waiting for Adams to get more love.
Roger Lewis WR NYG (8) 10 hours ago
Lewis snagged his lone target for eight yards in Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh.
Lewis has now caught a single pass in seven consecutive games - a stark contrast from surging fellow rookie Sterling Shepard. He warrants keeping an eye on, however. Sunday's 29 snaps tied his second highest total of the season during the same game Victor Cruz was left untargeted and contemplating his role. Don't be surprised if he makes a move for the No. 3 job down the stretch.
Will Tye TE NYG (8) 11 hours ago
Tye caught two of four passes for 22 yards in Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh.
Since seizing starter-level snaps after the bye, Tye's usage has bottomed out. After 15 targets and nine catches in Weeks 9 and 10, he's put together just 11 targets and six catches in the three games since, for a total of just 46 yards. With Odell Beckham in the fold and rookie Sterling Shepard emerging - there hasn't been a big place for tight ends in the offense.