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|12/21/2014||Julian Edelman, WR|
|Edelman will not play against the New York Jets on Sunday.
Analysis: Edelman, who has 92 catches, has a concussion that limited him in practice. He has also been playing through a thigh injury.
|12/21/2014||William Moore, S|
|Moore was active for Sunday's game versus New Orleans.
Analysis: Moore had been listed as questionable with a foot injury.
|12/21/2014||Jon Asamoah, G|
|Asamoah was inactive for Sunday's game versus New Orleans.
Analysis: Asamoah has a back injury.
|12/21/2014||Terron Armstead, T|
|Armstead was scratched for Sunday's game versus Atlanta.
Analysis: Armstead didn't practice all week due to a strianed neck.
|12/21/2014||Jamarca Sanford, S|
|The Saints scratched Sanford for Sunday's game versus Atlanta.
Analysis: Sanford pulled his hamstring in his first start this season in Chicago last Monday.
|12/21/2014||Colin Kaepernick, QB|
|Kaepernick did more damage with his legs than his arm Saturday.
Analysis: Kaepernick rushed seven times for 151 yards with an astounding 90-yard TD while completing 15 of 24 passes for a mediocre 114 yards. It figures to be an emotional game next week when he plays in what looks like Jim Harbaugh's final game as Niners coach.
|12/21/2014||Anquan Boldin, WR|
|Boldin had seven catches for 61 yards Saturday.
Analysis: Boldin closes the season next week against former team Arizona.
|12/21/2014||Frank Gore, RB|
|Gore rocked the fantasy world Saturday.
Analysis: The 31-year-old Gore finished with 158 yards on 26 carries with a 52-yard score and he needs 38 yards in the final game next weekend against Arizona for a fourth consecutive 1,000-yard season and eighth in his 10 NFL seasons.
|12/21/2014||Antonio Gates, TE|
|Gates turned in a solid fantasy effort Saturday.
Analysis: Gates had seven catches for 92 yards with two scores, giving the veteran 12 TDs on the season.
|12/21/2014||Eddie Royal, WR|
|Royal turned in a solid fantasy effort Saturday.
Analysis: Royal caught 10 balls for 94 yards with a TD as he did a nice job of running his routes and getting open in the secondary.
|12/21/2014||Branden Oliver, RB|
|Oliver didn't do much Saturday.
Analysis: Oliver only carried 13 times for 55 yards with three catches for 28.
|12/21/2014||Philip Rivers, QB|
|Rivers amazed the football world Saturday.
Analysis: Rivers was 33 of 54 for 356 yards with four TDs as he helped the Chargers prevail after trailing by 21 at the half. His three interceptions became an afterthought as he gets ready to face the Chiefs next.
|12/21/2014||Alfred Morris, RB|
|Morris ran for 83 yards and a TD on 21 carries Saturday.
Analysis: Morris once again topped 1,000 yards in a season so he performed well.
|12/21/2014||Cody Parkey, K|
|Parkey choked on Saturday.
Analysis: Parkey made 1 of 3 FG attempts. "I missed kicks and we lost the game," said Parkey, who has been battling a groin injury in his kicking leg. "I don't think there's any words to really describe it. You let yourself down. You let your teammates down. The kicks had nothing to do with my groin."
|12/21/2014||DeSean Jackson, WR|
|Jackson burned his former team Saturday.
Analysis: Jackson, cut by the Eagles after last season, caught four passes for 126 yards and had some choice words for the team that let him go after. He'll end his season next week against Dallas.
|12/21/2014||Robert Griffin III, QB|
|Griffin won for the first time this season in a game in which he played from start to finish Saturday.
Analysis: Griffin was 16 of 23 for 220 yards and one INT and gained 11 yards on five carries in an uninspiring effort.
|12/21/2014||LeSean McCoy, RB|
|McCoy ran for 88 yards and a TD on 22 carries Saturday.
Analysis: McCoy also caught three balls for 28 yards.
|12/21/2014||Riley Cooper, WR|
|Cooper had five catches for 53 yards and two scores Saturday.
Analysis: Cooper ended a pathetic nine-game TD drought.
|12/21/2014||Zach Ertz, TE|
|Ertz set a franchise game record with 15 catches for 115 yards Saturday.
Analysis: Ertz could surpass that record next week against the woeful Giants' defense.
|12/21/2014||Mark Sanchez, QB|
|Sanchez set an Eagles record with 37 completions in 50 attempts for a career-high 374 yards with two touchdowns Saturday.
Analysis: The problem was that his interception with 1:31 remaining - his 13th turnover in seven games - led to Washington's game-winning field goal. Sanchez will return to the Meadowlands next week - his old stomping grounds with the Jets - to face the Giants.
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