Bryant succeeded on his only extra-point attempt and put all four of his field-goal tries through the uprights during a 22-19 loss to Dallas on Sunday.
Fresh off a three-game absence due to a hamstring injury, the 17-veteran appeared clutch as usual, connecting on tries from 21, 41, 45 and 53 yards out against the Cowboys. Bryant has potential to be a popular waiver-wire addition heading into a Thanksgiving Night game against New Orleans, in what figures to be a high-scoring affair. The Saints haven't proven to be an especially fruitful matchup for kickers this season, however, allowing the sixth-fewest field-goal attempts, largely in part to a red zone defense allowing touchdowns on 72.4 percent of drives.
Hezonja (illness) did not play in Sunday's game against the Magic.
Hezonja was a late addition to the injury report after coming town with an illness and ended up not seeing the court in Sunday's blowout loss to the Magic. It's unclear how severe the bug Hezonja is dealing with is, but he should be considered questionable against for Tuesday's outing against the Trail Blazers.
Agholor was unable to catch either of his two targets in Sunday's 48-7 loss to the Saints.
Agholor was the target and ended up recording the tackle on a badly underthrown ball into double coverage that the Saints intercepted in the first quarter. His only other look came well into garbage time while Jordan Matthews made three catches and was the team's second-leading receiver on the day. Nevertheless, it was Agholor who drew the start, and the USC product had seen at least four targets in every game coming into the week, so he probably won't fade completely away just yet. It will still be tough to rely on him at home Week 12 against the Giants, however.
Nugent-Hopkins posted a secondary assist in Sunday's 6-3 home loss to the Golden Knights.
Edmonton's 2011 first overall pick is up to four goals and 15 apples through 20 games this season. At this rate, Nugent-Hopkins will shatter his previous career high in points; he had back-to-back 56-point campaigns between 2013-15.
These were the first apples for Caggiula through 16 games, but he entered the contest with six goals over that span. While he performed well offensively in this latest contest, it was Caggiula's turnover in the neutral zone that led to a shorthanded goal for Cody Eakin and sparked a five-goal rally for the opposition.