Cardinals WR Michael Floyd was limited Week 14 against the Rams.
Floyd caught just two passes for 26 yards. He was targeted five times, which was second on the team behind Larry Fitzgerald. Floyd was on a big hot streak coming into the game. He had accumulated 396 receiving yards in his three previous games. Floyd did manage to draw a defensive pass interference penalty on a drive that led to a touchdown, so he did play a role in the team's win despite some iffy numbers.
Brandon Myers extends scoring streak in losing effort
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
Giants tight end Brandon Myers extended his scoring streak to three consecutive games during Sunday’s loss to the Chargers in Week 14.
Myers hauled in a 4-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter. Myers didn't make much noise outside of his touchdown grab and finished the game with four catches for 26 yards and a touchdown on seven targets.
Myers has 12 receptions for 126 yards over his three-game scoring streak. He'look to keep his streak alive in Week 15 at home against the Seahawks.
A poor first half defensively doomed the Eagles DST to mediocrity on Sunday. Fantasy owners did cash in on three fumbles and the unit holding the Lions to just 228 total yards. But the Eagles recorded no sacks or scores.
Cardinals tight end Rob Housler had a decent game despite a hip injury.
Housler was questionable to play Week 14 due to ankle and hip injuries. He wound up second on the team in receiving yards, catching three passes for 42 yards. Housler has played a big role in Carson Palmer's recent hot streak. Over the past five games, Housler has 20 of his 34 receptions. He'll take on the Titans Week 15.
Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks got back on track with 100-plus yards during Sunday's loss to the Chargers in Week 14.
Nicks made his presence felt early on with a 51-yard grab in the opening quarter and caught a 43-yard pass at the end of the second quarter to eclipse the 100-yard mark before the half. He finished the game with five catches for 135 yards on seven targets in a 37-14 defeat.
It was Nicks' first 100-yard game since Week 5 against the Eagles. He has three 100-yard games this season. He'll look to stay productive at home against the Seahawks in Week 15.
Falcons wide receiver Drew Davis was targeted only once Week 14 at Green Bay, but he made it count, taking a short pass over the middle 36 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. It was his second touchdown of the season and the third of his career.
Davis -- who saw his playing time increase in Weeks 7-9, when Roddy White was sidelined by a hamstring injury -- now has exactly two catches in five game since.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald extended his scoring streak to four games Week 14 against the Rams.
Fitzgerald was the star of the team's receiving game against St. Louis. He caught all 12 of his targets, picking up 96 receiving yards and a score. Carson Palmer found Fitzgerald for a 7 yard strike in the second quarter. After scoring just four touchdowns last season, Fitzgerald now has 10 touchdowns through 13 games. Fitzgerald will take on the Titans Week 15.
The Vikings and Ravens were mired in quite the defensive battle Week 14, as both teams tried to get their footing amid heavy snowfall. But the end of the game turned into quite an entertaining back-and-forth affair, as there was five lead changes in the final 2:05.
The Vikings held Baltimore to one touchdown through three quarters and Baltimore held Minnesota to two field goals in three quarters. Minnesota didn't get its first touchdown until early in the fourth quarter, and Baltimore didn't get its second touchdown until there was 2:05 remaining on a 1-yard catch from Dennis Pitta.
The Vikings then reclaimed the lead at 19-15 after Toby Gerhart scored on a 41-yard touchdown run with 1:27 left. Immediately after Gerhart's touchdown, Jacoby Jones returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards for a touchdown, putting Baltimore ahead 22-19.
The fun didn't stop there. Cordarrelle Patterson put Minnesota back ahead 26-22 with 45 seconds remaining after taking a reception 79 yards for a touchdown. The Vikings defense needed to make just one more stand to come away with the win, but it could not. Marlon Brown tallied a 9-yard touchdown with 4 seconds remaining, as Baltimore secured a 29-26 win.
The Vikings, who lost running back Adrian Peterson to a foot injury in the second quarter, finished with 379 yards, including 114 rushing. Baltimore recovered one fumble and surprisingly had no sacks. Baltimore is back in action Week 15 at Detroit.
Cardinals RB Rashard Mendenhall managed to find the end zone Week 14.
Mendenhall struggled in the running game, averaging just 2.4 yards per carry. He was again out-performed by backup Andre Ellington despite receiving six more carries. Mendenhall did manage to score on the team's first drive, picking up a 3 yard score. In the fourth quarter, the team allowed Ellington to pick up a score from the 6 yard line. Mendenhall was not targeted in the passing game. He'll take on the Saints Week 15.