Williams did not catch a pass in Monday's game before being forced from the contest. He will enter the league's concussion protocol, so he will need to be cleared in order to play in the Ravens' next game against the Dolphins.
McCown attempted to continue playing after taking a big hit during a fourth quarter possession, but he was in obvious pain after throwing a pass on the following possession and was forced from the game. Austin Davis, and not Johnny Manziel, took over at quarterback in McCown's place.
Conte had by far his most unproductive day on the season, barely showing up on the stat sheet over 71 snaps. He also was part of a Bucs secondary that managed to allow 40-year-old Matt Hasselbeck to turn in a 315-yard performance that was reminiscent of his Seahawks heyday. Conte and the Tampa secondary will try to regroup in a tough matchup versus Matt Ryan and Julio Jones in their Week 13 tilt versus the Falcons.
The perennial Pro Bowl tackle has come on the last two weeks, collecting five tackles and 2.5 sacks over that span. He continues to fight through a season-long shoulder problem but has now posted the third-highest sack total of his career. McCoy will attempt to slow down Matt Ryan in Tampa's Week 13 matchup versus the Falcons.
It was another solid tackle outing for the Bucs' starting strong safety, but he was part of a Tampa secondary that allowed 40-year-old Matt Hasselbeck to throw for 315 yards and two touchdowns to T.Y. Hilton. The third-year pro and his secondary mates will have another tall order on their hands in a Week 13 matchup against Matt Ryan and Julio Jones.
The career-high tackle total pushes Mathieu firmly into second on the Cardinals with 70 (63 solo), which he's supplemented with four interceptions (one for a touchdown), one forced fumble, and one sack this season. Playing a roving free safety role in a secondary that trots out five or six defensive backs on most snaps, he's put together a case for Defensive Player of the Year with five games remaining.
It was a second single-digit tackle performance for David, who had posted 22 stops over Weeks 9 and 10. David played an integral part in erasing any semblance of a Colts running attack in Week 12, but faces a tougher challenge in Week 13 versus a Falcons backfield that may feature both Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Overall, the standout linebacker continues to perform at a high level, and may soon have an added level of responsibility if teammate Kwon Alexander loses his appeal of a looming four-game suspension.
It was the fourth double-digit tackle performance in the last five games for the rookie, who continues to play while appealing a four-game supension for PEDs. He was a vital part of the Bucs thoroughly shutting down the Colts running attack Sunday to the tune of one yard per carry on 26 rushing attempts. Alexander has now amassed 45 total tackles over the last five weeks, and should easily blow past 100 total stops on the year if he can remain on the field.
In the aftermath of Sunday's game at San Francisco, the Cardinals determined that the veteran Johnson suffered a knee contusion, but further evaluation revealed the extent of the issue. With an extended absence possible, he will be joined in the injury watch this week due to Andre Ellington's bout with turf toe. If Ellington requires time to recover as well, the next man up in the backfield is David Johnson, who currently leads all rookies with eight touchdowns on the season. Although the Northern Iowa product doesn't have much of a sample size, he's averaging nearly 4.0 YPC on 35 rushes and hauled in 19 of 29 targets for 241 yards, which is good for 12.7 yards per catch.
Hocker was called on late to replace Greg Zuerlein in the lineup due to a groin injury. He didn't get the chance to do much, and with the Rams' offense being so awful, even if he stays in the lineup he won't be much of a fantasy option.