These players saw their fantasy values increase or decrease most based on their performances in Week 14:
TE George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers: What a difference a week makes. Kittle was targeted nine times each of the past two games. The only difference: In Week 14, he had three times the receiving yardage with 210 yards and a touchdown in his best game of the year.
RB Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals: One of the Bengals' few bright spots, Mixon was the focal point of the offense against the Los Angeles Chargers, receiving 26 carries and six targets in the passing game. He finished with 138 total yards and a score.
WR T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts: Over the last four weeks, Hilton has averaged 11 targets a game and he's coming off a season-high 199 receiving yards. Although he hasn't scored since Week 11, he's still putting up WR1 numbers in each game.
RB Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans: In standard-scoring leagues, Henry posted the highest fantasy point total of any player this season with his 238-yard, four-touchdown performance. You can bet he won't be on as many fantasy benches and waiver wires this week.
WR Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins: Perhaps overlooked in the "Miami Miracle" was Stills making the initial catch — one of his eight on the day for 135 yards and a TD. He continues to be Ryan Tannehill's most targeted receiver.
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RB LeSean McCoy, Buffalo Bills: In his first game against the New York Jets this season, McCoy rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns. This time, at home, he injured his hamstring after two carries and did not return. It just hasn't been his year and it doesn't look like it will be.
RB Isaiah Crowell, New York Jets: The running game for both teams figured to rule in Buffalo, but like McCoy, Crowell carried the ball twice before a foot injury knocked him out for the rest of the day. It's possible his season could be in jeopardy.
WR Golden Tate, Philadelphia Eagles: Tate erupted two weeks ago, so perhaps he'd finally turned the corner in the Philadelphia offense. Fantasy owners who believed were rewarded with one catch for seven yards vs. Dallas. Unfortunately, his schedule doesn't get any easier.
WR Courtland Sutton, Denver Broncos: With Demaryius Thomas traded and Emmanuel Sanders out for the year, Sutton was a tempting start. However, he showed he is still a rookie with two catches for 14 yards. Asking him to be the No. 1 wideout may be just too tall an order this early in his career.
WR Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions: Similarly, Golladay has become the Lions' top receiver by default, but he doesn't seem to be ready for the role either. He has struggled especially when shadowed by the opponent's top cornerback.
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