Inman's only reception came when the Bears were inside Detroit's 10-yard line, and on the next play, Mitchell Trubisky threw a pass in his direction in the end zone that was intercepted. After a strong start in his first four games of the team, he's posted just 5 yards over his last two games and he'll be very difficult to trust in the last weeks of the fantasy season.
When the Bears fell behind by double digits in the second half, they frequently played in offensive sets with multiple wide receivers, which allowed Wheaton to see plenty playing time. He was targeted four times, and each of his receptions went for at least 20 yards as he took advantage of the Lions playing a prevent defense . With just 51 yards of offense on the season, he'll be a very risky fantasy option in the last weeks of the season.
Bellamy was second on the team with seven targets, and did the majority of his damage after the Bears fell behind 20-3 early in the second half. Although he's posted at least 52 yards in each of his last two games, he's failed to exceed five yards in seven different games this season, making him an extremely unreliable fantasy option.
Wright was extremely quiet until the Bears fell behind by 17 points early in the second half. Once the team had to throw on almost every down, he found himself frequently getting open against Detroit's prevent defense, though he caught slightly more than half of his 13 targets. After posting just 129 yards over a six-game period, he's caught 17 passes for 188 yards over the last two weeks and he's quickly become a player who could help teams in the fantasy playoffs.
In the aftermath of manning the punt coverage unit with 9:34 remaining, Jones walked off the field favoring his left arm, per Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. Prior to his departure, Jones reached the end zone among his three receptions for 26 yards, marking his first touchdown of the season. If he remains sidelined, the Lions will be down to Golden Tate, Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay for the rest of the game.
Butler sat out Week 14 with the foot issue and will miss his second consecutive game after not practicing this week. The 27-year-old has played a minimal role in the Cowboys' passing game the second half of the season, while Noah Brown or Ryan Switzer should serve as the team's No.4 wide receiver Sunday.
Sanu was limited in practice all week, but it looks like the team was just exercising caution with its No. 2 pass catcher. The extra day of recovery presumably helped the 28-year-old's status, and he figures be in line to take on his usual role opposite Julio Jones for the Falcons' Week 15 game. He has a favorable matchup this week against a relatively weak Tampa Bay pass defense.
Murphy logged consecutive limited practices to end the week, but his illness doesn't appear to be anything serious. Assuming he avoids any setbacks over the weekend, the 30-year-old looks on track to suit up for Week 15. He is likely to continue sharing snaps with Trent Taylor, Aldrick Robinson and Kendrick Bourne behind No.1 wideout Marquise Goodwin.
Hazel joined the Browns' 53-man roster from the Colts' practice squad, and promptly found himself a limited practice participant. The 25-year-old is unlikely to have a significant offensive role regardless of whether he is available to suit up.
Inactive last week due to the foot issue, Butler looks to be trending in that direction again failing to practice in any capacity this week. The wideout has caught just five passes for 60 yards over his last seven appearances, so his potential absence Sunday likely wouldn't have much of an impact on Dallas' passing game.