OAKLAND, Calif. -- Marcus Semien rounded third base on Josh Reddicks 10th-inning infield single, and Reddicks first thought was disbelief.Then Semien slid home for the game-ending run not long after Oakland wasted a big opportunity in the ninth.Semien scored from second base on Reddicks two-out infield single to lift the As to a 4-3 win over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night.It was a really good game for us, manager Bob Melvin said. There was a lot of fight tonight, for sure. A lot of good things transpired.The As rallied from three runs down and trailed 3-2 before Coco Crisps tying double off Astros closer Will Harris in the ninth.After the Astros stranded the bases loaded in the top of the 10th, Reddick won it with the sixth walkoff hit of his career.Semien singled with two outs off Pat Neshek (2-2) and stole second. Yonder Alonso walked before Reddick singled to deep shortstop. Houstons Carlos Correa fielded the ball cleanly but threw wide of home as Semien slid safely in with the winning run.I was wondering why he was going and being sent in the first place, Reddick said of Semien. Then I saw the throw and I was like `Thank you, thank you, thank you. I think hed agree he had no business going. But sometimes you have to push the issue, and it worked.Crisp finished with two hits while Ryon Healy added two hits and two RBI for the As. Oakland has won four of five since the All-Star break.Jose Altuve matched his career-high with four hits while George Springer hit his career-high 21st home run for the Astros.Definitely a winnable game, Houston manager A.J. Hinch said. Really this game was more about us not being able to close the game out. Late in the game it never felt like we had enough runs and it turned out we didnt.Mark Rzepczynski (1-0) got the last out in the top of the 10th for the win.Houston starter Dallas Keuchel took a shutout into the seventh before giving up consecutive one-out hits to Billy Butler and Jake Smolinksi. Healy followed with a two-run double off reliever Ken Giles to pull the As to 3-2.Oakland tied the game in the ninth with back-to-back doubles by Stephen Vogt and Crisp. Crisp thought he had homered and slowed rounding second before getting caught in a rundown.Altuve padded his majors-leading hit total with his sixth four-hit game of the season. Houstons All-Star second baseman singled in the first, doubled and scored in the third and tripled and scored in the fifth. He struck out looking in the eighth and singled again in the 10th.Keuchel allowed two runs and five hits over 6 1/3 innings. The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner, who beat the As in his final start before the All-Star break, struck out six and walked three.A STEP FORWARDAs starter Daniel Overton, who was called up from Triple-A Nashville before the game, allowed three runs over 6 1/3 innings. The rookie left-hander struck out six and didnt walk a batter for the first time in three career starts.ROAD WARRIORAltuves three hits raised his AL-leading average to .352 and extended his road hitting streak to 18 games. The diminutive infielder has also reached safely in 34 consecutive road games, the second-longest streak in Astros history.TRAINERS ROOMAthletics: Rich Hills status remains in limbo because of a blister on the middle finger of his left hand. Hill left his most recent start Sunday after throwing just five pitches. ... RHP Andrew Triggs was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a bruised left shin. ... INF Tyler Ladendorf was optioned to Triple-A Nashville and LHP Daniel Coulombe was called up from the minors.UP NEXTAstros: RHP Doug Fister (9-6) pitches the finale Wednesday afternoon at the Coliseum and has two wins and a 1.31 ERA in three starts against Oakland this season.Athletics: RHP Daniel Mengden makes his second start against the Astros this season. He allowed six runs over 4 2/3 innings but took a no-decision in Houston on July 8. Custom Utah Jazz Jerseys . Anthony Davis had 31 points and 17 rebounds in his seventh straight game with more than 20 points, but that was only enough to keep the Pelicans competitive into the final minutes. Andrew Bogut had 10 points and 15 rebounds for Golden State, which rebounded from a loss a night earlier in Oklahoma City and snapped a two-game skid. Pete Maravich Jersey . 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Andrew Wiggins made 10-of-12 from the foul line and scored 17 for Kansas (14-4, 5-0 Big 12), which capped a stretch of four straight games against ranked opponents unscathed. As we do each Sunday right here, we recap the weeks winners and losers from a fantasy perspective, complete with applicable game and historical data. Check back after the conclusion of the 1 and 4 p.m. ET (and, when applicable, Sunday Night Football) games for our picks of the weeks best and worst.WinnersColin Kaepernick, QB, San Francisco 49ers: Though his final-drive comeback push ultimately fell two yards short, Kaepernicks final tally of 32 fantasy points helped him set a new regular-season career high. His only better score came in the 2012 divisional playoffs, when he set an all-time record for an individual player in a postseason game with 46 fantasy points. The common thread between those games: Kaepernick rushed for more than 100 yards, those representing two of his four career games (regular season or postseason) with at least that many (also 2014 Week 16 and the 2013 conference championship game).Kaepernick was started in only 9.3 percent of ESPN leagues on Sunday, his second-highest start percentage this season (17.3 percent, Week 8), despite the fact that he has scored at least 19 fantasy points in each of his past four contests. In fact, he now has 95 fantasy points combined during that four-week span, tops among quarterbacks (pending the outcome of Aaron Rodgers game on Monday).Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans Saints: His 32 fantasy points matched Kaepernicks total for the highest in any of the 1 p.m. ET games, and they gave him his 20th career contest of 30-plus fantasy points, extending his all-time record among quarterbacks. In fact, he moved into a tie with LaDainian Tomlinson for the most 30-point games at any skill position (20). It was also particularly unexpected considering the matchup, as the opposing Los Angeles Rams had entered having allowed only two games of 15 or more fantasy points to an opposing quarterback: Matthew Staffords 27 in Week 6 and Jameis Winstons 25 in Week 3.Taylor Gabriel, WR, Atlanta Falcons: With Julio Jones finding difficulty separating from Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson, Gabriel exploded for a career-high 21 fantasy points, giving him a fourth consecutive double-digit performance. Owned in only 3.45 percent and started in 0.51 percent of ESPN leagues, Gabriels ownership should be on the rise heading into Week 13. Still, a caveat: He has only 18 targets in his past four games, trailing Jones 38 and Mohamed Sanus 27.Mark Ingram and Tim Hightower, RB, New Orleans Saints: Anyone who watched their game on Sunday wouldve declared Ingram the superior performer of the two, but Hightowers 50-yard receiving touchdown in the fourth quarter helped propel him into the upper tiers of his position on the fantasy scoreboard, so both earned the nod here. Started in 42.4 percent of ESPN leagues, Ingram scored a position-best (through Sundays games) 28 fantasy points, and Hightower, started in 24.0 percent, chipped in 16 of his own.Since his benching following a first-quarter fumble in Week 8, Ingram has averaged 8.1 yards per rushing attempt and 8.7 yards per touch, significantly greater than his 4.2 and 4.6 career averages before that point. They also give him huge advantages compared to Hightowers 3.9 yards per rushing attempt and 5.0 yards per touch since Ingrams fumble, despite the fact that Hightower has had more rushing attempts (73-61) and total touches (88-70) since Week 9. In addition, Hightower has only one touchdown on his seven carries (plus an additional target) within five yards of his opponents goal line since Ingrams fumble. It might remain frustrating deciding between these two in coming weeks, but Ingram sure looks like the superior talent.LeSean McCoy, RB, Buffalo Bills: He suffered a dislocated left thumb in Week 11, leading to surgery this past Monday, a questionable injury-report listing and a splint on the digit during Sundays game, but his game status was never in doubt and his fantasy owners were supremely confident in his health, starting him in 94.1 percent of ESPN leagues (sixth-highest among running backs). McCoy appeared to have no issues whatsoever on Sunday, scoring 27 fantasy points, his second-best single-game effort this season (32, Week 6) and tied for the fifth best of his career, just six points shy of his personal best (33, 2013 Week 14). He now gets three consecutive matchups against teams that ranked among the top 12 in terms of fantasy points allowed per game to running backs, the Oakland Raiders (Week 13), Pittsburgh Steelers (Week 14) and Cleveland Browns (Week 15).Matt Barkley, QB, and Marquess Wilson, Deonte Thompson and Daniel Brown, WRs, Chicago Bears: Though none seriously challenged for their respective position leads in fantasy points on Sunday -- Wilsons 18 came the closest -- their performances were notable for how unexpected they were. Here are their final tallies, as well as both their ownership and start percentages in ESPN leagues:Barkley: 20 fantasy points, 0.35 percent owned, 0.13 percent startedWilson: 18 fantasy points, 0.15 percent owned, 0.01 percent startedThompson: 10 fantasy points, 0.07 percent owned, 0.04 percent startedBrown: 8 fantasy points, 0.00 percent owned, 0.00 percent startedCongratulations if you were one of the precious few to be bold enough to start any of this quartet, but the greater takeaway here is the dreadful slump in which the opposing Tennessee Titans defense finds itself: The Titans have allowed 112 fantasy points to quarterbacks and 152 to wide receivers the past five weeks combined, ranking among the leagues leaders during that time span. Unfortunate for fantasy owners -- and fortunate for them -- the Titans are on their bye in Week 13.Ryan Tannehill, QB, Miami Dolphins: The winner in the aforementioned 49ers-Dolphins game, Tannehill managed a season-high 26 fantasy points, his best single-game effort since he scored 27 in 2015 Week 7 and only three shy of his career high of 29, set in 2014 Week 16. As with Kaepernick, few fantasy owners were so bold as to risk starting Tannehill, as he was active in only 8.3 percent of ESPN leagues.Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: For the third time in his past six games, Evans reached the 20-fantasy-point threshold, his 22 earning a share of second place among receivers in Sundays games. It tied his fourth-best single-game effort of his career, and gave him a wide receiver-leading 159 for the season, plus 232 in PPR formats, just four behind Antonio Brown for the lead using that scoring. Those put him on pace for 231 and 337 come seasons end, and if those paces stick, they would both place him among the top 25 best single-season totals since 1960.Malcolm Mitchell, WR, New England Patriots: For the second consecutive week, Mitchell managed at least 15 faantasy points, posting 16 on Sunday to follow up his 15 from Week 11.dddddddddddd Despite last weeks outburst, his start percentage in ESPN leagues scarcely moved, as he was active in only 0.28 percent, barely up from 0.22 in Week 11. Mitchell was targeted seven times on Sunday, twice in the red zone, giving him three of the Patriots 13 red-zone targets in the past two weeks combined. Hell surely be one of the weeks more popular pickups.Ted Ginn Jr., WR, Carolina Panthers: It was his 88-yard touchdown in the third quarter that seemed to get Cam Newton and the Panthers passing game going -- at least until their failed final drive of the game -- with the final result being 18 fantasy points for Ginn, his best single-game total since he had 20 in 2015 Week 15 -- that was the third of three consecutive games worth at least 20 fantasy points. Ginn led the Panthers in targets, setting a new season high with 10, making his owners who started him in 3.0 percent of ESPN leagues quite happy.Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers: For the third time in his past six games, Stewart reached the 20-fantasy-point plateau, his 21 matching his season best (also Week 8). Its the first time that he has had multiple 20-point performances within a single year since 2009.Tyreek Hill, WR, Kansas City Chiefs: Thanks to his fourth-quarter, game-tying touchdown Sunday night, Hill scored a career-best 23 fantasy points. With that, he has 66 in his past six games, though his ownership percentage was still only 26.5 as of Sunday night. Hill was started in just 4.6 percent of ESPN leagues in Week 12.Trevor Siemian, QB, Denver Broncos: His 28 fantasy points matched his career high (Week 3), but those two games represented his only two in his first 10 career NFL starts in which he managed to score more than 15. Fresh off his bye week, Siemian was neither a popular pickup nor start on Sunday night; he was owned in 11.1 percent and started in 1.5 percent of ESPN leagues.LosersBrandin Cooks, WR, Saints: Nine different, individual Saints players scored at least one fantasy point on Sunday -- and, in fact, all of them scored at least five -- which is one more than Cooks had targets on Sunday.Its not often that you see a team put 49 points onto the scoreboard, get a 32-point fantasy performance by its quarterback and have its perceived No. 1 wide receiver get a big, fat zero, but thats precisely what Cooks did. It was the first time in his 37 career NFL games that he was shut out on the fantasy scoreboard, and it allowed Michael Thomas (112) to recapture the team wide receiver lead from Cooks (106) for the season.Lamar Miller, RB, Houston Texans: His up-and-down season -- certainly one influenced by his own injuries as well as by the poor play of his quarterback, Brock Osweiler -- continued with a four-point Week 12, his second-worst individual score of 2016 and his worst in any of his 17 career games in which he had at least 20 touches. Millers start percentage in ESPN leagues has unfortunately been dropping as a result of his recent play, as his 85.1 percent number was his lowest of the season.Allen Robinson, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars: Here we go again? Robinsons two fantasy points, those on four targets, represented his second-worst single-game score of 2016 (0, Week 7). Most aggravating was the fact that his quarterback, Blake Bortles, scored 21 fantasy points, though Bortles score was largely fueled by his career-high 81 rushing yards, and his 13 completions and 126 passing yards made it clear that Robinson was destined to struggle. Robinson was started in 78.8 percent of ESPN leagues, 13th highest among wide receivers, and his fantasy output is unlikely to improve much in the coming weeks, seeing as his next three matchups are against the Denver Broncos (Week 13), Minnesota Vikings (Week 14) and Houston Texans (Week 15).Julio Jones, WR, Falcons: As noted above, Patrick Peterson caused some real matchup problems for Jones, who fincR scoring) on seven targets. It was the fourth time this season that Jones had been held to three fantasy points or fewer, and in two of the previous three, he also had to deal with shadow coverage by his opponents top cornerback. Unfortunately, Jones was still started by his owners in 96.7 percent of ESPN leagues.Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots: An early exit due to a back injury greatly influenced his final numbers -- zero fantasy points on two targets -- but considering he was started by his owners in 27.9 percent of ESPN leagues, it did have an adverse impact upon many teams. Gronkowski entered the week coming off a chest/lung injury, but was able to play only seven of 12 snaps before departing. It was the second time this season that he was shut out on the fantasy scoreboard while playing fewer than 15 snaps (also Week 3).Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks: His 10 fantasy points exemplify the elevated floor from which mobile quarterbacks benefit; Wilsons performance was a truly awful one merely propped up by his 80 yards rushing (eight of his 10 fantasy points). Started in 67.0 percent of ESPN leagues, sixth-highest among quarterbacks, Wilson turned the football over twice without converting a touchdown, making him only the second starting quarterback to fail to score a touchdown of any type against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this season (Derek Anderson, Week 5).Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks: Wilsons struggles dragged down Baldwins performance, as the wide receiver managed just three fantasy points on his eight targets. It matched his second-worst score of 2016, and he did it in a game in which he was started in 83.1 percent of ESPN leagues, his second-highest percentage of 2016 behind only his 83.6 in Week 8.Thomas Rawls, RB, Seahawks: Now back in the clear starting role for the Seahawks, Rawls struggled to find much running room, scoring only three fantasy points on his 12 rushing attempts. It was the third time this season that he was held to five fantasy points or fewer, and it came in a game in which he was started in 81.7 percent of ESPN leagues, 13th-highest among running backs.Amari Cooper, WR, Oakland Raiders: The Raiders scored 35 points and their quarterbacks attempted a combined 39 passes, but all Cooper could muster was two fantasy points on his seven targets, as Michael Crabtree was once again their wide receiver standout (11 fantasy points, 20 using PPR scoring). It was the second time this season Cooper was held to a score that low (2, Week 7), and he did it in a week in which he was the sixth most-started wide receiver in ESPN leagues (95.5 percent). 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