C.J. Spiller caught two passes on three targets for eight yards and also lost two yards on his only carry in Sunday's loss to the Texans.
Despite falling behind early, it was Mark Ingram, not Spiller, who was once again heavily involved in the New Orleans Saints ' passing game. At this point, absent an Ingram injury, it appears that Spiller will simply not see enough snaps to be a serious contributor in the majority of fantasy leagues. Still, for those who are desperate, a matchup against the Panthers' stingy defense awaits in Week 13.
Trent Cole had three total tackles and his first sack for the Indianapolis Colts in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
Cole has been a bust after signing a two-year, $16 million contract before the season. However, there's always a chance he could rally late in the season.
Jurrell Casey recorded just six tackles (one solo) Sunday against Oakland.
Casey was held in check by Oakland's offensive line. Look for him to have a bigger game next week facing a Jaguars line that he beat for a sack in Week 11.
Ryan Succop didn't attempt a field goal Sunday against the Raiders, and converted only 1-of-2 extra point attempts.
Succop cost himself another extra point opportunity with his miss, as the Tennessee Titans opted to go for two on their next touchdown to get back to a multiple of seven. The 29-year-old kicker is having a very mundane season, mostly due to the offense's inability to get the team into field goal range consistently.
Clive Walford hauled in one of his two targets for 14 yards in Sunday's win over the Titans.
It was another very quiet day for the Oakland Raiders ' tight ends, and it seemed as if Walford was once again splitting time with veteran Mychal Rivera. Rivera hauled in two passes to Walford's one, but neither of them have provided any consistent production so far on the year. The rookie tight end is sitting on 13 catches for 151 yards and three touchdowns, and should not be considered a realistic fantasy option at this point.
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