Wayne Gallman, NYG- Gallman carried the ball 12 times for 59 yards and added seven catches for 40 yards in the Giants Week 14 contest. He has a tough matchup against the Eagles in Week 15 who are allowing the second fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs but he is a guy worth watching as the Giants season winds down.
Rod Smith, DAL- Smith has now found the end zone in each of the last three weeks but in Week 14 he put together a career day, rushing for 47 yards on six carries and adding 113 yards on five catches. He is behind Alfred Morris when it comes to carries buut it seems safe to assume his role as the team's pass catching back and change of pace handcuff is safe.
Chris Hogan, NE- Hogan returned to the Patriots lineup in Week 14 but caught just one pass for one yard as the New England offense failed to show up to Miami. In Week 15 the Patriots will face off against a Steelers defense that has struggled to stop the New England offense and especially Chris Hogan who torched the Pittsburgh defense for 180 yards and two touchdowns during last year's AFC Championship game.
Cooper Kupp, STL- Enough can not be said about Kupp over the past few weeks as he has taken over as the Rams number one receiver with Robert Woods on the shelf and put up number one receiver type numbers. Though Woods is expected to return to the Rams offense in Week 15 I think it is safe to say that Kupp should be Goff's number two receviing target in a favorable matchup agaisnt a beat up Seahawks secondary.
O.J. Howard, TB-- Howard has exceeded 50 yards receiving in three of the last four weeks and has caught a touchdown pass in two of those contests. He is still contending with Cameron Brate for targets at the tight end position but the Buccaneers first round pick is starting to look more comfortable in the team's offense as the end of the season nears.