NFL Week 14 injuries: Puka Nacua, Trevor Lawrence

Ezekiel Elliott, stepping in for the injured Rhamondre Stevenson, proved effective as a backup, 

contributing 140 yards and a touchdown in the New England Patriots' 21-18 upset against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Mitch Trubisky, filling in for quarterback Kenny Pickett, had a mixed performance with 190 passing yards, 

a touchdown, and 30 rushing yards. However, an interception and poor third and fourth-down conversions contributed to the Steelers' struggles.

Trevor Lawrence, who left the game with a high ankle sprain, creates uncertainty

the Jacksonville Jaguars' upcoming match against the Cincinnati Bengals. His playing status will be determined closer to game time.

The injury outlook is optimistic for the Los Angeles Rams and Baltimore Ravens matchup. 

Rams' rookie receiver Puka Nacua, recovering from a shoulder injury, intends to play. 

Ravens' quarterback Lamar Jackson, overcoming an illness, appears fully recovered after missing Thursday's practice.