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Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin had two catches on six targets for 15 yards in Sunday's loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The 27-year-old came into this matchup after posting his highest yardage total of the season in Week 3. Instead of carrying that momentum over, he was unfortunately matched up with stud cornerback Trevon Diggs for most of the game. On 17 routes against Diggs, McLaurin caught one of his four targets for just five yards. This game was a dud for the entire Commanders offense, but it was particularly disappointing for the fourth-year receiver who was expected to put up WR2 numbers. McLaurin will now prepare for a Week 5 matchup against a Tennessee Titans defense that has been burned by top wideouts before.
Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (calf, quadriceps) has been dealing with injuries the past two weeks, but it hasn't impacted his production. In fact, he's actually had two of his best games all year, rushing for 273 yards and three touchdowns on 59 carries, adding eight receptions for 80 yards. The 24-year-old was listed as a limited participant on Tuesday, which is not surprising considering the heavy workload. He does not appear to be in any danger of missing Thursday's game against the Rams, meaning he'll be locked into lineups again in what should be another great performance. Fantasy managers will want to confirm his practice report on Wednesday and game status on Thursday, but the expectation is he'll be good to.
Los Angeles Rams quarterback John Wolford (neck) was estimated as a limited participant in his team's walkthrough on Tuesday. Wolford is dealing with a sore neck and is being called day-to-day ahead of his team's Thursday night matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders. If Wolford is unable to start, the Rams could turn to the newly-signed Baker Mayfield, who they picked up off of waivers on Tuesday afternoon. Wolford will not be a recommended fantasy option in Week 14 even if he does feel good enough to suit up.
The Las Vegas Raiders will head on the road to take on the Los Angeles Rams in Week 14's Thursday night game. The Raiders defense will be in an excellent spot in Week 14 as the Rams' quarterback will either be John Wolford or Baker Mayfield, who they just signed off of waivers on Tuesday. Either way, Las Vegas should turn in a big fantasy outing against a Rams offense that ranks 29th in the league with just 16.8 points per game and 30th with 308.7 yards per game. The Raiders can be trusted as a top-eight fantasy defense heading into Thursday night.
Las Vegas Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson made two of his three field goals in a Week 13 win over the Los Angeles Chargers, giving him 25 makes in 28 attempts in 2022. He will head on the road to take on the Los Angeles Rams in Week 14's Thursday night game. The Rams have been generous to opposing kickers this year, allowing the seventh-most fantasy points per game to the position. Carlson is a top-five fantasy kicker heading into Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders tight end Foster Moreau has been remarkably consistent over his past three games, finishing with 33, 33, and 32 receiving yards over that span. He will look for a bigger game in Week 14's Thursday night game against a Los Angeles Rams defense that is allowing the 12th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends in 2022. Moreau missed some time during Week 13 to get checked for a concussion, but he cleared the league's concussion protocol and was able to return. The veteran tight end hasn't had a breakout game in 2022 but he has enough potential to trust as a low-end TE1 heading into Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Mack Hollins drew nine targets in Week 13, the second time in three contests he saw that many targets from Derek Carr. Hollins will look to remain a big part of the game plan against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 14's Thursday night game. The Rams have been generous to opposing wideouts in 2022 as they are allowing the seventh-most fantasy points per game to the position. Hollins has been seeing enough targets of late to trust as a solid flex play in fantasy for Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams will head on the road to take on the Los Angeles Rams in Week 14's Thursday night game. Adams has been extremely consistent this season, having averaged an impressive 13.4 targets per game over his past five contests. The star wideout also has seven 100-yard games and 12 touchdowns through 12 games in 2022. The Rams represent a plus matchup for Adams as they are allowing the seventh-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers thus far. Los Angeles has also been effective at shutting down enemy running games this year, which could push even more work onto Adams' plate. He settles in as a top-three fantasy wide receiver in Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs has been on a tear of late, having topped 100 rushing yards in three straight games. He will look to keep it going in Week 14's Thursday night game against the Los Angeles Rams on the road. The Rams have been solid against the run in 2022, allowing the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to the position and boasting a run defense ranked fifth in the league in DVOA. Despite the tough matchup, Jacobs has been dominant on the ground for the Raiders this season and can be started confidently as a top-three fantasy RB in Week 14.
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has been on a hot streak of late, having thrown for multiple touchdowns in five straight games. He will look to keep it going against the Los Angeles Rams on the road in Week 14's Thursday night game. Los Angeles has been a good matchup for quarterbacks in 2022 as they are allowing the 18th-most fantasy points per game to the position while their pass defense ranks just 27th in the league in DVOA. With his team installed as six-point road favorites, Carr can be trusted as a low-end QB1 heading into Week 14.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said he's hopeful that wide receivers Rondale Moore (groin) and Greg Dortch (thumb) can return in Week 14 against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. The Cardinals had their bye last week, so it afforded both Moore and Dortch some extra rest. Moore missed the Week 12 contest with a groin injury he suffered in Week 11 in Mexico City. Dortch also missed the Week 12 game due to a thumb injury that didn't require surgery. If both Moore and Dortch return this week against the Patriots, quarterback Kyler Murray will have his full complement of receivers to work with. Moore and Dortch will play second fiddle to DeAndre Hopkins and Marquise Brown, lowering their fantasy ceiling.
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