This is an article from the Dec. 9, 2013 issue
Eagles TE Zach Ertz has the best outing of his rookie season: five catches for 68 yards and two TDs in a victory over the Cardinals.
Resist the urge to chase stats. Philly doesn't make much use of its tight ends: Not one has more than 70 yards in a game all year.
Broncos RB Montee Ball rushes for 117 yards on 13 carries, nearly splitting touches down the middle with Knowshon Moreno.
That makes two very productive games in three weeks for Ball—after a very disappointing first 10 weeks. He's a strong playoff asset.
He got 22 carries in a win over the Jets and should handle the bulk of the work down the stretch with Daniel Thomas injured (ankle).
Here's the Roddy we know and love: 10 catches for 143 yards on Sunday. He has favorable matchups for the rest of the season.
He exploded for 149 rushing yards and a TD, and now faces a soft fantasy playoff schedule: the Bucs, the Jags and the Dolphins.
Until Aaron Rodgers returns from a broken collarbone, expect more games like last week's—two grabs, 14 yards.
Given a shot to own Carolina's backfield, he ran for just 39 yards on 14 carries. He shouldn't even be a blip on your fantasy radar.
Hurt by the regression of Washington's O, he hasn't topped seven points (standard scoring) in any of the last three weeks.