Cody Latimer
Broncos' Cody Latimer: Targeted thrice
Cody Latimer, WR, DEN
1:46 AM
News: Latimer caught one of three targets for 21 yards during Sunday's 20-17 loss to Cincinnati.

The 21-yard reception was Denver's largest gain of the game on Sunday, a grim illustration of how this season has gone in Denver. The team will role the dice with Paxton Lynch on Sunday, its third quarterback of the season. Latimer caught one 10-yard pass in two Lynch starts last season, but has a larger role in the offense this year. Latimer has been Denver's No. 3 receiver in recent weeks and logged 48 offensive snaps on Sunday.

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Bennie Fowler
Broncos' Bennie Fowler: Slips to No. 4 role
Bennie Fowler, WR, DEN
1:40 AM
News: Fowler hauled in his only target during Sunday's 20-17 loss to Cincinnati for a gain of 18 yards.

The game broke a two-game catchless streak for Fowler, who has battled some issues with drops. The surer hands might be too little too late. Fowler ranked fourth among Denver receivers yet again this week with 24 offensive snaps as compared to 21 on special teams. He certainly hasn't lived up to the promise of his two-touchdown season debut.

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Emmanuel Sanders
Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders: Held to two catches
Emmanuel Sanders, WR, DEN
1:36 AM
News: Sanders caught two of eight targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to Cincinnati.

It was a rough look for Sanders after lighting up New England for 137 yards last week. Sanders has run hot and cold this season and has not scored since Week 2 -- a product of Denver's revolving door at quarterback. Here's hoping that the third time is the charm. Paxton Lynch will be Denver's quarterback moving forward. Sanders caught 10 passes for 108 yards in two Lynch starts last season and was on the receiving end of Lynch's first career touchdown in a relief appearance against the Buccaneers.

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Tyler Lockett
Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Hauls in four passes
Tyler Lockett, WR, SEA
1:28 AM
News: Lockett caught four of five targets for 37 yards in Monday's 34-31 loss to Atlanta. He did most of his damage in the return game, accounting for 197 kick-return yards.

Monday was Lockett's third game in his last five contests with at least four catches, but that doesn't tell the whole story. The third-year receiver has just one game of over 70 yards this season and remains scoreless. If you were to say during the preseason that the Seahawks would trade away Jermaine Kearse and move to a more pass-happy attack, the assumption would have been big production from Lockett. That hasn't been the case as Paul Richardson has, instead, emerged as a big-play threat behind Doug Baldwin and Jimmy Graham. Part of the problem is a lack of explosive plays. Lockett is averaging a catch of 20 or more yards once ever 8.3 receptions this season as compared to once every 5.7 catches in 2015 and once every 4.6 catches in 2016.

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Andre Holmes
Bills' Andre Holmes: Targeted three times
Andre Holmes, WR, BUF
12:55 AM
News: Holmes caught one of three targets for seven yards in Sunday's 54-24 loss to the Chargers.

Holmes finished third among Buffalo receivers with 39 offensive snaps Sunday following Kelvin Benjamin's knee injury. He didn't make the most of the opportunities, but it's hard to judge any Bills receiver given Nathan Peterman's historically bad debut. Holmes scored twice in the first three weeks of the season, but has just one touchdown since and just one game all year with more than two catches. He might see an uptick in usage in Benjamin's temporary absence, but there are too many questions for comfort in Buffalo right now.

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J.J. Nelson
Cardinals' J.J. Nelson: Held to one catch
J.J. Nelson, WR, ARI
11/21/2017
News: Nelson was targeted three times and caught one of them for 14 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to Houston.

It was the fourth time in five games in which Nelson was held to one or no catches for less than 20 yards. Nelson started the season off hot, with touchdowns in each of his first two games and at least three catches in four of his first five contests. Nelson saw the field for 29 of the Cardinals' 58 offensive snaps on Sunday, fourth among receivers. He is not a safe bet week to week.

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Jaron Brown
Cardinals' Jaron Brown: Totals 22 yards
Jaron Brown, WR, ARI
11/21/2017
News: Brown snagged one of three targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to Houston.

Brown's lone catch didn't come until the closing minutes of the game, with Houston well in control. Brown had a nice run from Weeks 3-6, during which he averaged 4.25 catches and 61 yards per game. He hasn't topped two catches in any of the five games since and has averaged just 21 yards per game. He has clearly fallen out of favor in Arizona.

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Travis Benjamin
Chargers' Travis Benjamin: Limited participant Tuesday
Travis Benjamin, WR, LAC
11/21/2017
News: Benjamin (abdomen) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice session.

Benjamin registered his second straight limited practice session as the Chargers work through a short week. He isn't thought to be in danger of missing Thursday's Thanksgiving Day game against the Cowboys.

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Mike Williams
Chargers' Mike Williams: Limited in practice Tuesday
Mike Williams, WR, LAC
11/21/2017
News: Williams (knee) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice session.

Williams was limited for he second straight day with the knee injury that he's dealt with all season. He posted a season high five catches for 38 yards last week. His potential fantasy impact is limited as long as he's under a cap from his knee injury.

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Allen Hurns
Jaguars' Allen Hurns: Remains in walking boot
Allen Hurns, WR, JAC
11/21/2017
News: Hurns (ankle) remains in a walking boot, but no longer requires the assistance of crutches to move around, Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union reports.

While it amounts to a positive step forward for Hurns, the wideout is seemingly trending toward a second straight absence due to the right high-ankle sprain. According to John Reid of The Florida Times-Union, Hurns was held out of practice Tuesday, and it's unclear if he'll be able to get on the field in any capacity prior to Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

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