Panthers tight end Greg Olsen will look to be heavily involved heading into his matchup against the Jets in Week 15.
Olsen was targeted a team-high 12 times and finished with eight catches for 40 yards in a loss to the Saints in Week 14. He has been targeted at least seven times in each of his last four games, totaling 211 yards and two touchdowns over that span.
Olsen will face a New York defense that has allowed just one touchdown to a tight end over the last four games. Opposing tight ends have scored 9.23 Fantasy points per game against the Jets, which is still the fifth most points allowed by a team this season. Consider him a solid starting option in the majority of formats heading into Week 15.
Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart has been diagnosed with a torn MCL, a team spokesman told The Charlotte Observer. Coach Ron Rivera said prior to this announcement he was hopeful Stewart would play again this season, but the new diagnosis could change Stewart's status.
Falcons defensive back Zeke Motta (hand), who was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, and offensive lineman Peter Konz (ankle), who was listed as probable, are both active for Week 14 at Green Bay.
Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon intercepted quarterback Matt Flynn just a little before halftime Week 14 at Green Bay and returned it 71 yards for his first career touchdown. The interception was just his second of his career.
Falcons linebacker Paul Worrilow continued to pile up tackles Week 14 at Green Bay, recording a team-high 12, seven solo. But he also contributed to the pass rush for once, recording the first 1 1/2 sacks of this career.