Delanie Walker TE TEN 2 Hrs
Walker had a monster game in Sunday's 26-10 loss to Dallas, catching 10 passes (14 targets) for a career-high 142 yards with a touchdown.
Walker showed surprising athleticism and speed on his 61-yard touchdown, as most of the damage came after the catch. The veteran tight end nearly had a second touchdown late in the game, making a fantastic catch out of bounds in the back of the end zone. He's been ultra productive through the first two weeks, as Jake Locker seems to favor him.
Chad Henne QB JAC 2 Hrs1 Comment
Henne completed 14-of-28 passes for 193 yards and a touchdown, but he also threw an interception and was sacked 10 times.
The Jaguars offense was an absolute mess and the defense allowed 21 points half-way through the second quarter, which meant they had to abandon the run before they could get any kind of rhythm going. Henne connected with six different receivers, with his lone-touchdown coming on a 63-yard pass-and-run to tight end Marcedes Lewis. Without that play, Henne would have finished 13-for-27 for 130 yards. The fans may start calling for Blake Bortles, who the Jags selected with the third-overall pick in this year's draft, but with the way the offensive line has played this season, there's no reason to think Bortles will be much better than Henne.
Jake Locker QB TEN 2 Hrs1 Comment
Locker had a mediocre performance in Sunday's 26-10 loss to Dallas, throwing for 234 yards with one touchdown and a pair of interceptions.
Locker didn't lead Tennessee to any points in the first half, and his lone touchdown came on an incredible individual effort by Delanie Walker, who scored from 61 yards away. For those that streamed Locker against a below average Cowboys defense, it was certainly a major disappointment. He still remains an intriguing option, albeit an inconsistent one, with lots of weapons, and as his rushing ability.
Tavon Austin WR STL 2 Hrs
Austin has an MRI on his knee on tap, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
The report notes that Austin was hoping to return to Sunday's game against the Bucs, but his knee stiffened up before he could. More on the wideout's status once the results of his MRI are revealed.
Golden Tate WR DET 2 Hrs
Tate had five catches on eight targets for 57 yards Sunday against the Panthers.
Tate appeared well on his way to a big game, catching four passes for 51 yards in the first quarter, but he caught only one pass more in the entire game. He continues to be an solid complement to Calvin Johnson and he'll look for more targets in Week 3 against the Packers.
Josh Evans DB JAC 2 Hrs
Evans recorded a team-high 14 tackles in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Filling in for regular starter Jonathan Cyprien, Evans notched eight solo tackles and contributed to six more. He also added a pass defended in the 41-10 beatdown.
Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 2 Hrs1 Comment
Lynch had just six carries for 36 yards in Sunday's loss at San Diego. He did contribute as a pass catcher though, with four receptions for 27 yards and a touchdown.
Lynch got very little work on the ground because San Diego controlled the ball for over 42 minutes. His 14-yard touchdown late in the third quarter did soften the blow for fantasy owners though. It would be surprising if Seattle didn't pound the ball next week at home against Denver.
Calvin Johnson WR DET 2 Hrs
Johnson had six catches on 13 targets for 83 yards Sunday against the Panthers.
Johnson appeared to score a touchdown at one point in the first half, but the ball slipped through his hands as he hit the turf in the end zone. Despite that drop, he still led the Lions in targets and receiving yards and he'll look to get back in the end zone in Week 3 against the Packers.
Doug Baldwin WR SEA 2 Hrs
Baldwin had three catches (six targets) for 35 yards in Sunday's loss at San Diego.
Despite a mediocre stat line, Baldwin actually was second on Seattle in receiving. Russell Wilson did take attempt a couple of longer throws to Baldwin, but the pair could not connect. Even though Baldwin is technically a starter on the team, it's going to be difficult to predict which weeks he steps up.
Reggie Bush RB DET 2 Hrs
Bush (knee) had six carries for 26 rushing yards and two catches on three targets for six receiving yards Sunday against the Panthers.
The Lions' offense really struggled to move the ball and they eventually finished with only 18 rushing attempts versus 48 passes. The disappointment for Bush is that Joique Bell had four more carries and eight more targets, as quarterback Matthew Stafford looked his way quite a bit against a very good Panthers defense. Bush will look to grab a bigger piece of the distribution in Week 3 against a Packers defense that allowed 146 rushing yards to the Jets in Week 2.