Danny Amendola - WR, New England Patriots
Amendola hurt his knee in last week's game against Buffalo and it was initially believed he would return for the game against Red Raider Louis Vasquez in Denver. Danny was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday, and although he was listed as "questionable" in the official injury report on Friday, he did not travel with the team to Denver. After the loss Sunday night, Brady is now 0-1 without Amendola this year. Vasquez left the game in the second quarter with a groin injury, and never returned.
Michael Crabtree - WR, Oakland Raiders
Raiders quarterback Derek carr was back to his normal self, throwing for over 300 yards, with 3 scores and no picks. Crabtree was targeted 8 times, hauling in 4 catches for only 19 yards, but he did have 1 touchdown. Although Mike was 5th on the team in receiving yards, he was second to Amari Cooper in targets for Oakland, as he has been a consistent target for Car this year. So far this season he has over 700 yards and more than 60 receptions, and is still projected to eclipse the 1,000 yard mark.
Wes Welker and Bradley Marquez - WR, St. Louis Rams
Wes and Bradley had a slow day in the Rams 31-7 loss in Cincinatti. Nick Foles started, throwing 3 interceptions and no touchdowns. He threw to Wes only 3 times, who had 2 catches for 12 yards. Marquez was targeted 5 times, and had 3 catches for 13 yards. Rams coach Jeff Fisher has said that once Case Keenum clears concussion protocol he will be back in the starting position. Once that happens, expect to see both Wes and Bradley have some bigger numbers.