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Answering Week 14's biggest fantasy questions

Can Cowboys TE Jason Witten bounce back following zero targets last week? Is there time for Rams RB Todd Gurley to redeem himself for fantasy owners this season? NFL Nation reporters weigh in.

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Hill turns on the jets for 78-yard punt return TD (0:35)
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Week 14 NFL Picks (1:23)
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NFL's top 25 players under 25

We have some fresh faces atop our annual list of the best young players in the NFL, starting with a wide receiver who one evaluator said has done "Jerry Rice-type stuff" in his young career.

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NFL disgusted by racist incident at home of Giants FB (0:38)
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Stephen A. says 'there's nothing elite about RG III' (0:54)
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Biggest NFL injury questions for Week 14

NFL Nation reporters assess the biggest injuries across the league, including updates on Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones and Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett.

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Stephen A. reveals the origin of his disdain for the Cowboys (2:25)

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyreek Hill's punt return touchdown was like something from a Hollywood script.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Tyreek Hill delivered a 78-yard punt return for the Chiefs after fans were chanting his name in anticipation of a big play. "I don't think I've ever seen anything like what happened tonight, that one scene," quarterback Alex Smith said "I've never seen a stadium chant a name like that and then he houses it. It gave me chills."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Crabtree told reporters he needed to get an X-ray on his left ring finger after injuring it again. He dislocated it on Sunday.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Amari Cooper said the ball moved on him at the last second on the Derek Carr throw that fell incomplete in the fourth quarter, when Cooper likely would have had a TD. Wind gust?

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Derek Carr says "it was just a bad night", that his finger wasn't an issue, and that "he's sick to his stomach" to play like that.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I feel sick to my stomach, anytime we put something like that on film." - Derek Carr

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Andy Reid confirmed a ruptured Achilles' tendon for linebacker Derrick Johnson.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Kelechi Osemele was sick enough this morning that he was treated at a local hospital this morning, coach Jack Del Rio said. Osemele will travel back to Oakland with the team, though.

Scott T. Miller ESPN.com 

Since 2001, teams with a minus-3 turnover differential have a .094 winning percentage. The Chiefs won tonight with a minus-3 differential, thanks to a defense that allowed just six points off turnovers.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"We kept knocking on the door but we just couldn't get it done." - Jack Del Rio

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Derek Carr's injured finger and throwing cold, hard football on 3 days rest had to be significant factor in poor accuracy vs #Chiefs

Chiefs' Hill Races Through Raiders for TD

Tyreek Hill fields a punt and maneuvers his way for a 78-yard touchdown in the second quarter -- one of his two TDs in Kansas City's 21-13 win over Oakland.

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ESPN Stats and Information  

Raiders QB Derek Carr threw for 117 yards, the 2nd-fewest in a game by a QB with at least 40 attempts. The Elias Sports Bureau notes that the record of 110 was set by Jesse Palmer for the Giants against the Panthers in 2003. It was the last game of Palmer's career.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Four of Latavius Murray's best single-game fantasy point totals in his career have come in his past seven contests. His 16.1 fantasy points per game since Week 7 are fifth-best among running backs.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

This is what happens when an NFL MVP candidate has an off night, his receivers drop passes and run poor routes and special teams and the defense get off to poor starts...a 21-13 loss at the Chiefs that set the Raiders' chances at claiming the No. 1 sees on the AFC back. Way back. Carr was just 17 of 41 passing for a season-low 117 yards and his record against Kansas City fell to 1-5.