Key: I – Player missed game or left game early due to injury. S – Player was suspended for game. A – Player was inactive. B – Bye week. Most notable players who missed a game due to injury or benching are marked with an S or A. If a lesser-known player was inactive, etc., I just put a 0 in his weekly spot because I don’t know if that player was just inactive, hurt, etc.
Jaron Brown: 2-0-2-2-0-1-2-0-B-0 (9) Jim Dray: 2-7-0-1-2-2-2-0-B-2 (18) Andre Ellington: 3-2-6-6-4-5-5-2-B-4 (37) Larry Fitzgerald: 14-5-6-9-6-12-5-7-B-6 (70) Michael Floyd: 6-7-6-10-7-6-10-4-B-2 (58) Rob Housler: 0-0-3-2-2-5-7-1-B-5 (25) Rashard Mendenhall: 1-2-1-4-2-1-0-0-B-1 (11) Andre Roberts: 9-8-4-2-1-4-8-2-B-8 (46) Alfonso Smith: 1-0-1-1-3-1-4-0-B-0 (11)
Even though Roberts led the Cardinals in targets, receptions and yards Sunday he saw just 67 percent of snaps, which is just five percent higher than average for the season, according to 4for4.com. Even though his snap percentage has been fairly steady he hasn’t seen a consistent amount of targets throughout the season, so he’s probably not worth a pickup in most leagues.
Drew Davis: 0-0-1-0-0-B-1-7-2-0 (11) Harry Douglas: 6-5-6-6-4-B-7-18-5-8 (65) Tony Gonzalez: 6-8-5-14-14-B-4-8-7-5 (71) Steven Jackson: 8-2-I-I-I-B-I-5-4-5 (24) Darius Johnson: 0-0-0-0-0-B-3-9-2-2 (16) Jacquizz Rodgers: 1-4-3-6-4-B-9-5-6-7 (45) Jason Snelling: 3-4-5-3-5-B-0-0-0-4 (24) Levine Toilolo: 0-0-1-2-2-B-0-3-0 (8) Roddy White: 2-3-4-9-4-B-I-I-I-4 (26)
Gonzalez only managed three catches and 29 yards Sunday, which means in three of his last four games (aka since Julio Jones went out for the year) he hasn’t surpassed three catches and 30 yards. The Falcons’ passing game has been anemic in recent weeks, and while it’s not Gonzalez’s fault his production hasn’t been up to par, you can’t keep starting him if he isn’t going to produce. See if Coby Fleener, Tim Wright or Brandon Pettigrew are available in your leagues as they could be partially better options for the stretch run.
Marlon Brown: 6-6-3-8-I-7-4-B-9-3 (46) Dallas Clark: 12-1-7-9-0-6-4-B-1-2 (42) Ed Dickson: 0-5-0-3-2-0-2-B-3-4 (19) Tandon Doss: A-A-A-9-5-6-3-B-4-1 (28) Jacoby Jones: 4-I-I-I-I-2-8-B-8-2 (24) Vonta Leach: 4-0-2-2-1-2-1-B-0-0 (12) Bernard Pierce: 1-1-2-1-0-2-1-B-0-3 (11) Ray Rice: 11-3-I-1-7-4-5-B-4-6 (41) Torrey Smith: 8-13-9-12-9-4-6-B-8-14 (83) Deonte Thompson: A-A-A-5-7-0-0-B-4-0 (16)
Rice caught six passes Sunday, so in PPR leagues you can still start him. But he’s only surpassed six points twice this season in standard scoring. He’s worth holding onto, but he’s not startable until he proves otherwise.
Scott Chandler: 6-6-6-3-6-4-3-11-9-3 (57) Tashard Choice: 0-1-1-0-0-3-1-0-1 (7) T.J. Graham: 1-3-5-3-4-6-2-4-4-4 (36) Marquise Goodwin: 1-0-0-0-0-3-0-5-4-4 (17) Fred Jackson: 5-6-5-0-6-5-5-4-2-4 (42) Steve Johnson: 6-10-13-6-3-I-13-11-7-10 (69) C.J. Spiller: 6-5-1-0-0-2-3-I-3-3 (23) Robert Woods: 2-6-10-8-14-6-4-3-8-I (61)
A week after playing just two snaps, tight end Chris Gragg went 4-6-25-1, his first production of the season.
Ted Ginn: 1-8-4-B-5-3-2-6-3-4 (36) Brandon Lafell: 0-6-5-B-9-4-4-5-9-8 (50) Greg Olsen: 10-8-8-B-6-4-4-4-5-3 (52) Steve Smith: 8-11-7-B-10-7-6-7-10-11 (77) Jonathan Stewart: I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-3-0 (3) Mike Tolbert: 1-3-0-B-1-3-0-4-4-3 (19) DeAngelo Williams: 3-0-2-B-3-5-1-3-2-2 (21)
Earl Bennett: 1-2-3-4-3-2-4-B-0-3 (22) Martellus Bennett: 6-9-5-12-5-7-3-B-8-6 (61) Michael Bush: 1-0-1-0-0-2-0-B-1-0 (5) Matt Forte: 6-11-4-6-6-6-3-B-8-7 (57) Alshon Jeffery: 8-5-8-11-13-5-7-B-9-18 (84) Brandon Marshall: 10-10-8-14-5-11-10-B-13-12 (93)
There’s really not much to analyze about the Bears. There are five normal pass-catchers, four of whom you’re starting. Jeffery’s a borderline top-10 receiver the rest of the year.
Giovani Bernard: 2-2-4-7-3-7-6-2-4-8 (45) Tyler Eifert: 5-5-2-5-7-3-4-4-4-10 (49) A.J. Green: 13-14-8-15-8-11-8-7-19-15 (118) BenJarvus Green-Ellis: 1-1-0-0-1-1-0-0-0 (4) Jermaine Gresham: 5-9-5-5-4-4-5-3-7 (47) Andrew Hawkins: I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-2-0 (2) Marvin Jones: 2-4-4-3-2-5-6-8-7-7 (48) Mohamed Sanu: 5-8-5-6-2-6-2-3-9-8 (54)
Eifert saw a season-high 10 targets, but he only caught three for 55 yards with a long of 40 so he’s still a low-play option.
Gary Barnidge: 1-0-0-1-1-3-1-1-1-B (9) Travis Benjamin: 8-0-0-1-1-2-0-0-B (12) Davone Bess: 10-8-10-6-5-3-6-8-4-B (60) Jordan Cameron: 13-7-11-12-5-6-9-4-5-B (72) Josh Gordon: S-S-19-9-6-9-6-10-7-B (66) Greg Little: 10-12-8-2-5-5-9-3-9-B (63) Willis McGahee: A-A-A-0-2-1-1-2-B (6) Chris Ogbonnaya: 3-0-5-5-2-12-2-4-6-B (39) Fozzy Whittaker: 0-0-0-0-0-0-5-2-4-B (11)
Miles Austin: 12-4-5-I-I-4-3-0-I-I (28) Cole Beasley: 0-0-1-3-4-5-7-3-9-4 (36) Dez Bryant: 8-13-6-9-10-8-16-6-11-2 (89) Gavin Escobar: 2-1-2-0-3-0-1-0-0 (9) James Hanna: 0-5-0-0-1-1-0-2-1-3 (13) Dwayne Harris: 3-0-1-2-2-0-0-2-2-1 (13) DeMarco Murray: 10-6-3-5-1-2-I-I-7-2 (36) Joseph Randle: 0-0-0-0-0-2-4-4-0-0 (10) Terrance Williams: 4-3-0-8-4-2-7-10-7-5 (50) Jason Witten: 9-8-6-10-10-5-6-2-10-6 (72)
Can someone please tell me how Tony Romo only completed 10 passes Sunday? I believe this is just an aberration for he and his receivers, as they’re all too talented to not produce more.
Montee Ball: 0-2-0-0-0-2-0-1-B-0 (5) Eric Decker: 7-13-8-7-8-7-13-7-B-5 (75) Ronnie Hillman: 2-1-1-3-4-2-1-0-B-0 (14) Knowshown Moreno: 3-3-2-1-5-10-6-6-B-8 (44) Demaryius Thomas: 11-6-11-10-6-5-9-11-B-10 (79) Julius Thomas: 7-9-4-4-12-7-6-3-B-5 (57) Wes Welker: 11-8-8-9-6-8-12-10-B-6 (78)
Denver’s just like Chicago. You’re starting the four receivers and Moreno and no one else.
Joique Bell: 6-8-5-4-4-2-4-1-B-1 (35) Nate Burleson: 6-8-9-I-I-I-I-I-B-I (23) Reggie Bush: 8-4-I-6-6-6-5-9-B-6 (50) Kris Durham: 2-2-3-4-8-13-8-6-B-1 (47) Pat Edwards: 3-0-0-0-5-3-0-B-0 (11) Joseph Fauria: 3-0-3-0-0-3-4-0-B-2 (15) Calvin Johnson: 9-8-13-10-I-8-15-16-B-17 (96) Brandon Pettigrew: 4-6-2-7-5-4-7-6-B-5 (46) Tony Scheffler: 1-0-2-2-7-0-0-0-B-0 (12)
After a poor start to the season, Pettigrew’s been fairly decent since Week 4: 4.5 catches, 43 yards a game. In deeper leagues he can be picked up if you’re struggling at tight end.
Jarrett Boykin: 0-0-0-B-0-6-10-6-1-13 (36) Randall Cobb: 12-10-11-B-8-4-I-I-I-I (45) Jermichael Finley: 8-7-1-B-6-7-5-I-I-I (34) Johnathan Franklin: 0-0-3-B-0-1-1-0-0-0 (5) James Jones: 2-12-8-B-6-1-I-I-3-7 (39) Eddie Lacy: 2-I-I-B-1-1-7-4-0-2 (17) John Kuhn: 1-0-0-B-0-2-1-2-0-2 (8) Jordy Nelson: 10-4-9-B-7-10-6-8-9-10 (73) Andrew Quarless: 0-3-5-B-0-0-1-2-7-4 (22)
James Starks: 1-5-0-B-0-0-0-0-0-1 (7) Myles White: 0-0-0-B-0-0-2-7-1-1 (11)
Boykin saw a team-high 13 targets with eight catches for 112 yards. It’s hard to gauge how he’ll do in the future because Philly ranks dead last in wide receiver fantasy points. Next week he faces a Giants team that’s much better on a schedule-adjusted basis so wait until next week to see if you can trust him.
Owen Daniels: 7-5-9-11-9-I-I-B-I-I (43) Arian Foster: 8-4-2-8-5-7-0-B-1-I (35) Garrett Graham: 5-5-0-6-5-4-8-B-6-3 (42) DeAndre Hopkins: 6-13-7-3-4-5-4-B-6-11 (59) Andre Johnson: 16-13-6-12-10-8-6-B-13-12 (96) Keshawn Martin: 0-2-3-6-1-2-0-B-0-0 (14) DeVier Posey: 0-0-4-0-2-1-2-B-4-6 (19) Ben Tate: 2-4-4-1-2-4-3-B-2-5 (27)
Graham really hasn’t done much in the past five games, topping out at four catches and 46 yards. Hopkins actually lead the team in receptions (6) and yards (69) Sunday.
Donald Brown: 0-0-1-2-2-2-3-B-2-5 (17) Coby Fleener: 1-8-2-7-3-6-5-B-5-10 (47) Darrius Heyward-Bey: 4-5-5-6-6-2-7-B-6-6 (47) T.Y. Hilton: 5-12-4-9-6-8-11-B-12-8 (75) Trent Richardson 0-0-3-1-1-2-0-B-3-5 (15)
Griff Whalen: 0-3-0-0-0-0-0-B-9-5 (12)
Fleener saw a season-high 10 targets, but only caught four for a measly 33 yards. He should be owned in most leagues as he’s really only one of two options for Andrew Luck, but he has limited upside.
Mike Brown: 3-0-0-0-0-5-8-6-B-4 (26) Justin Forsett: 5-0-0-0-0-3-1-3-B (12) Clay Harbor: 1-4-1-8-5-3-0-1-B-1 (24) Maurice Jones-Drew: 2-1-5-1-3-2-2-8-B-4 (28) Marcedes Lewis: 0-0-0-0-0-0-3-3-B-6 (12) Ace Sanders: 9-7-3-8-1-3-0-1-B-1 (33) Cecil Shorts: 11-14-15-12-10-1-13-10-B-4 (90) Will Ta’ufo’ou: 1-0-1-0-1-3-0-3-B-1 (10)
Donnie Avery: 5-4-7-10-4-4-4-5-5-B (48) Dwayne Bowe: 6-8-3-7-6-4-9-2-12-B (57) Jamaal Charles: 6-10-8-11-9-9-4-7-7-B (71) Anthony Fasano: 5-2-0-0-o-I-5-3-1-B (16) Dexter McCluster: 5-4-4-5-3-5-5-10-4-B (45) Sean McGrath: 0-4-4-5-6-3-2-2-0-B (26) Anthony Sherman: 4-0-2-1-2-0-4-3-0-B (16)
Charles Clay: 6-7-6-6-6-B-3-8-3-8 (53) Brian Hartline: 14-8-6-4-7-B-11-6-5-8 (69) Rishard Matthews: 0-0-4-2-0-B-1-6-4-14 (31) Lamar Miller: 1-2-3-3-0-B-3-3-4-3 (22) Daniel Thomas: 1-1-1-1-2-B-1-1-2 (10) Mike Wallace: 5-11-5-7-16-B-10-10-8-7 (79)
Matthews was the beneficiary of Miami falling behind Monday night, as he hauled in five passes before scoring a touchdown on Miami’s final first-half drive. His 11 catches and 120 yards both more than doubled his season totals prior to the night, while setting a season-high in snap percentage, according to 4for4.com.
John Carlson: 1-2-2-2-B-2-2-2-6-7 (26) Toby Gerhart: 0-0-2-1-B-2-3-2-1-0 (11) Greg Jennings: 7-6-6-4-B-10-10-3-9-4 (59)
Cordarrelle Patterson: 1-2-4-2-B-2-6-3-4-4 (28) Adrian Peterson: 4-2-6-1-B-4-4-3-3-2 (29) Jerome Simpson: 8-5-8-11-B-7-9-3-5-6 (62) Jarius Wright: 2-2-4-1-B-2-5-0-5-2 (23)
In the first game without Kyle Rudolph Carlson led the team in targets, receptions (7) and yards (98). He did see a season-high in snap percentage, at 85 percent, according to 4for4.com. You can pick him up if you have a roster spot to burn, but he should be a lot like Rudolph – extremely inconsistent.
Danny Amendola: 14-I-I-I-9-4-I-6-4-B (37) LeGarrette Blount: 0-1-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-B (2) Brandon Bolden: 0-0-6-1-0-3-3-2-0-B (15) Aaron Dobson: 0-10-10-3-4-10-7-5-9-B (48) Julian Edelman: 9-18-7-9-7-11-7-2-4-B (74) Rob Gronkowski: I-I-I-I-I-I-17-5-10-B (32) Michael Hoomanawanui: 2-0-2-0-2-4-0-0-2-B (12) Stevan Ridley: 0-0-0-2-0-1-2-0-4-B (9) Kenbrell Thompkins: 14-7-7-11-4-6-5-1-A-B (55) Shane Vereen: 10-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-B (10)
Marques Colston: 6-7-8-8-2-3-B-6-I-8 (50) Jimmy Graham: 7-16-15-4-11-6-B-3-12-5 (79) Mark Ingram: 0-1-0-0-0-0-B-0-1-3 (4) Robert Meachem: 0-0-2-1-1-1-B-3-5-1 (14) Lance Moore: 4-4-3-I-I-I-B-4-10-2 (27) Darren Sproles: 6-8-6-8-3-12-B-4-1-7 (55) Kenny Stills: 5-0-2-6-2-3-B-4-5-4 (31) Pierre Thomas: 4-5-6-6-9-1-B-3-10-7 (51) Nick Toon: 0-0-0-2-1-4-B-0-4-0 (11) Ben Watson: 3-0-2-2-1-4-B-3-1-3 (19)
Colston has the best game of his season after not doing anything since Week 4; the same can be said for Sproles almost. After two straight productive weeks Moore only has one catch. I wouldn’t bet on Colston matching this production in the coming weeks. In the next six weeks he faces four top-10 defenses against wide receivers, including Seattle and Carolina twice. Don’t spend a pick up on Ingram. Let someone else waste it.
New York Giants
Andre Brown: I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-B-3 (3) Victor Cruz: 8-11-8-16-12-5-7-10-B-10 (87) Peyton Hillis: 0-0-0-0-0-0-6-5-B-2 (13) Brandon Jacobs: 0-1-0-1-3-2-I-I-B-I (7) Brandon Myers: 9-10-6-1-5-1-3-4-B-0 (39) Hakeem Nicks: 8-7-1-9-12-8-10-12-B-4 (71) Rueben Randle: 6-9-4-4-13-5-3-1-B-3 (48)
Against a poor Oakland secondary that gave up seven touchdowns last week, Eli Manning only threw one score and no receiver topped 50 yards. Randle did catch all three of his targets and looked really good on all three receptions. He’s a little bit inconsistent to rely on him weekly, but he should be owned.
New York Jets
Jeff Cumberland: 0-0-3-1-4-5-7-2-I-B (22) Stephen Hill: 9-8-6-1-2-8-5-7-1-B (47) Santonio Holmes: 3-6-10-5-I–I-I-I-I-B (24) Chris Ivory: 2-0-0-I-0-0-2-0-0-B (4) Jeremy Kerley: 4-0-5-5-6-7-10-4-2-B (43) David Nelson: A-A-A-A-2-1-7-12-3-B (25) Bilal Powell: 5-5-3-5-2-3-2-6-3-B (34) Zach Sudfeld: 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-2-4-B (6) Kellen Winslow: 8-6-0-9-1-A-A-A-A-B (24)
Brice Butler: 1-3-4-3-1-1-B-3-0-0 (16) Jacoby Ford: 2-2-1-0-2-2-B-1-5-0 (15) Rashad Jennings: 0-2-2-8-0-2-B-0-10-5 (29) Darren McFadden: 5-4-1-0-I-3-B-2-2-I (17) Denarius Moore: 7-2-11-6-8-10-B-4-11-9 (68) Marcel Reece: 2-0-5-2-3-3-B-0-2-3 (20) Mychal Rivera: 3-3-3-6-3-3-B-1-5-2 (29) Rod Streater: 8-4-4-3-3-7-B-6-6-4 (45)
Jason Avant: 3-7-8-4-7-6-12-4-1-4 (56) Bryce Brown: 0-1-0-3-2-2-1-1-1-0 (11) Brent Celek: 3-1-5-6-3-1-4-3-4-1 (31) Zach Ertz: 3-2-1-2-3-6-5-4-6-0 (32) Riley Cooper: 6-3-7-2-1-6-7-5-6-5 (48) DeSean Jackson: 9-15-7-6-12-6-8-11-6-5 (85) LeSean McCoy: 1-6-1-3-8-2-7-5-4-1 (38)
Some people think Cooper’s not a receiver you can count on for the rest of the season, while others do. Count me among those who do. He has a special connection with Nick Foles that goes back to last year. He should be owned in all leagues and can be started in 12-teamers.
Le’Veon Bell: I-I-I-5-B-3-1-7-10-3 (29) Antonio Brown: 7-9-13-12-B-11-7-13-9-11 (92) Jerricho Cotchery: 7-9-4-6-B-0-4-4-8-2 (44) Felix Jones: 0-0-2-1-B-1-1-3-3-0 (11) Heath Miller: I-I-4-8-B-7-4-6-5-5 (39) Emmanuel Sanders: 12-10-8-8-B-6-2-11-11-6 (74)
Keenan Allen: 0-3-1-6-9-12-6-B-11-5 (53) Vincent Brown: 4-7-3-9-9-4-2-B-6-4 (46) Malcom Floyd: 5-6-I-I-I-I-B-I-I (11) Antonio Gates: 4-10-7-10-10-8-6-B-10-8 (73) Ladarius Green: 0-0-2-0-1-1-3-B-1-1 (8) Ryan Mathews: 2-1-0-4-0-1-B-0-2 (10) Eddie Royal: 6-8-2-3-8-0-4-B-6-4 (43) Danny Woodhead: 3-9-8-7-9-5-4-B-12-5 (62)
Anquan Boldin: 17-4-8-7-6-8-6-6-B-5 (67) Vernon Davis: 9-5-I-4-6-11-8-4-B-2 (49) Frank Gore: 2-3-4-2-0-0-3-1-B-2 (17) Mario Manningham: I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-B-6 (6) Vance McDonald: 2-2-3-2-0-1-2-0-B-2 (14) Bruce Miller: 2-5-1-3-1-2-1-3-B-2 (20) Kyle Williams: 6-6-6-1-0-2-1-3-B-2 (27)
Doug Baldwin: 8-1-2-4-9-4-1-1-10-8 (48) Jermaine Kearse: 2-0-1-1-1-3-3-2-2-4 (19) Marshawn Lynch: 3-3-0-3-2-5-3-1-5-3 (28) Zach Miller: 4-4-3-3-0-0-7-3-5-0 (29) Golden Tate: 7-2-7-5-11-7-7-7-3-7 (63) Robert Turbin: 2-1-1-0-0-2-0-1-1 (8) Luke Willson: 0-1-5-0-4-3-2-0-0-2 (17)
Baldwin tied a season-high in snap percentage last week against Tampa Bay after Sidney Rice was injured two weeks ago. Leading Seattle in targets each of the past two weeks, he now has back-to-back games with at least 75 yards and five catches. But it’s hard to recommend him that much as he faces only one team in the bottom half of the league against wide receivers the rest of the way.
Tavon Austin: 7-12-7-8-6-1-5-3-2-3 (54) Jared Cook: 10-6-7-9-3-2-7-6-6-2 (57) Chris Givens: 3-8-8-8-7-4-2-5-8-4 (57) Lance Kendricks: 4-3-5-1-6-2-3-5-4-I (33) Isaiah Pead: S-4-7-S-1-0-0-0-0-0 (12) Austin Pettis: 6-11-5-9-5-1-4-4-4-0 (49) Brian Quick: 2-1-4-3-2-2-6-3-2-0 (25) Daryl Richardson: 6-6-0-2-1-1-1-1-I-I (18) Zac Stacy: 0-0-0-0-1-2-4-3-7-3 (20)
Vincent Jackson: 13-11-6-11-B-14-22-13-4-8 (102) Mike James: 0-0-0-1-B-0-3-5-2-0 (11) Brian Leonard: 1-0-2-2-B-1-2-7-4-3 (22) Doug Martin: 6-1-6-4-B-4-3-I-I (24) Tiquan Underwood: A-A-A-A-B-4-1-4-3-5 (17) Timothy Wright: 0-0-2-6-B-9-3-8-4-1 (33)
James left early in Monday night’s game with what would be diagnosed as a fractured ankle, but it remains to be seen how long he’ll be out. Leonard saw most of the workload after James left, carrying 20 times for 57 yards and catching two balls for 16 yards. Bobby Rainey, whom the Bucs added off waivers less than a month ago, carried eight times for 45 yards and scored a touchdown. Leonard’s worth a pickup in most if not all leagues, as he should see at least around 15 carries a game as well as plenty of targets on passing downs. Rainey can be added in 12-teamers and deeper, but unless he passes Leonard on the depth chart or an injury befalls Leonard, Rainey can’t be started yet.
Kenny Britt: 2-9-5-I-6-1-2-B-1-1 (27) Justin Hunter: 0-0-2-1-3-1-2-B-2-7 (18) Chris Johnson: 0-1-2-2-5-4-4-B-4-7 (29) Delanie Walker: 4-2-8-4-6-5-5-B-2-8 (44) Nate Washington: 7-5-10-8-8-4-10-B-4-5 (61) Damian Williams: 2-0-2-7-2-5-3-B-1-0 (22) Kendall Wright: 4-11-6-9-8-8-12-B-5-9 (72)
Wright, again, led Tennessee in targets, receptions (7) and yards (78). He has at least 54 receiving yards in every game since Week 2 and at least 69 yards in each of the last five games.
Pierre Garcon: 11-13-13-7-B-15-8-11-11-10 (99) Leonard Hankerson: 7-3-7-7-B-6-5-3-6-5 (49) Roy Helu: 2-1-3-3-B-6-2-1-1-4 (23) Josh Morgan: 5-6-2-1-B-1-0-2-1-1 (19) Alfred Morris: 1-2-1-0-B-1-0-0-0-0 (5) Santana Moss: 9-5-9-3-B-3-2-5-2-3 (41) Logan Paulson: 0-3-6-2-B-0-1-1-3-3 (19) Jordan Reed: 6-3-6-I-B-6-9-14-5-9 (58) Aldrick Robinson: 2-2-2-0-B-0-2-2-1-0 (11) Darrel Young: 1-0-0-2-B-0-0-0-0-0-1 (4)