A.J. Green caught five passes on nine targets for 57 yards and a touchdown on Monday night, his fifth touchdown in the last five games, and he has an excellent match-up in Week 17 against a Baltimore Ravens defense that he torched for 10 receptions, 227 yards and two touchdowns in their first meeting back in Week 3.
Rob Gronkowski had six catches for 113 yards and a touchdown the first time the Pats played the Dolphins this season.
Odell Beckham served his one game suspension and will be back for the finale with a great matchup against the Eagles.
DeAngelo Williams turned in 153 total yards and two touchdowns on 23 touches in Week 16 against the Baltimore Ravens, his seventh game with at least 110 total yards and/or a touchdown in eight starts, and in Week 17 he has an excellent match-up against a Cleveland Browns rush defense that ranks dead last in the NFL with 135 yards allowed per game.
DeAndre Hopkins will be a big part of the Houston Texans' offense in Week 17 when they can clinch the AFC South title with a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Delanie Walker has made himself into an elite fantasy tight end and looks to cap a fine season in Week 17 when the Tennessee Titans play the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 28th in pass defense (268.0 ypg).
Brandon Marshall already has a career-high 13 touchdown grabs, has rewritten the Jets record books, and can set a career-high in yardage Sunday with 130 receiving yards against the Buffalo Bills.
Allen Robinson looks to build on his breakout season in Week 17 when the Jacksonville Jaguars play the Houston Texans, who rank third in pass defense (212.2 ypg).
Antonio Brown had a disappointing 61 receiving yards in Week 16 against the Baltimore Ravens, but is set up to bounce-back in a big way in the season finale against the Cleveland Browns, who allow 244.2 yards per game through the air but rank 28th in the NFL with 31 touchdowns allowed through the air.
Martavis Bryant had the worst game of his career in Week 16 with a single reception for six yards, but looks to bounce-back in a must-win Week-17 match-up against a Cleveland Browns pass defense that allows 244.2 yards per game through the air but ranks 28th in the NFL with 31 touchdowns allowed through the air.
Jarvis Landry has amassed a staggering 39 targets over the last three contests, and should continue to see plenty of looks in a game which the Dolphins will almost certainly be trailing.
Zach Ertz was targeted a whopping 17 times for 13 catches and 122 yards in the loss to Washington and now has 30 targets the past two games.
Baldwin's remarkable finishing kick continued in Week 16 (eight catches, 118 yards and a TD) as he now has 11 scores over his last five games but will face a tough test on the road in Arizona in the season finale in Week 17.
Benjamin Watson will look for a repeat of the Saints’ first meeting with the Falcons (10 receptions for 127 yards) over last week’s (one reception for five yards) in Week 17.
Julio Jones is on pace for 135 receptions and more than 1,800 yards on the season and will get a chance to grab his ninth 100-yard game of the season on Sunday.
Floyd led the team in catches (six), targets (eight) and receiving yards (111) but failed to find the end zone as Arizona was in cruise control after a pair of early defensive TDs in the second half but figures to have a full afternoon ahead of him in a Week 17 matchup against Seattle as Arizona looks to secure home field throughout the NFC playoffs.
James White has scored in four-straight games and faces a Miami Dolphins defense allowing 25.3 points per game, which is tied for 23rd in the NFL.
Adrian Peterson showed no signs of a nagging ankle injury last Sunday, and will be out for revenge against a 21st ranked Packers defense that is allowing 114.2 yards per game, but held Peterson to 45 yards in Week 11.
Johnson made the most of his limited chances (nine carries, 39 yards and a TD in addition to three catches for 88 yards) but a pair of defensive TDs in the third quarter opened up the floodgates and sent Johnson to the bench by the fourth quarter but expect a full workload in Week 17 against Seattle as Arizona can still secure home field throughout the playoffs.
Calvin Johnson looked to be fully over a nagging ankle injury last week, scoring his first touchdown in three weeks, and faces a Bears team which he posted his only 100-yard game of the season against in Week 6.
Gary Barnidge caught three passes on eight targets for 47 yards on Sunday, leading the Cleveland Browns in all three categories, and in Week 17 he will face a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that he burned for six receptions, 65 yards and a touchdown in Pittsburgh back in Week 10.
Jacob Tamme has been inconsistent at best, but gets a good opportunity in Week 17 against the worst defense against tight ends.
Gurley (19 carries, 85 yards and a TD) was able to make the most of an ugly matchup on the road in Seattle in Week 16 as the Rams got out to an early lead and figures to see a heavy dose of action against the 49ers in Week 17.
Devonta Freeman went for 100 yards rushing and 56 receiving in the Falcons’ last matchup with the Saints and should break the 1,000-yard mark rushing for the season.
Emmanuel Sanders scored for the second straight game in Week 16's win over the Bengals, and should be Brock Osweiler's primary target Sunday against a soft Chargers defense due to Demaryius Thomas' hamstring injury.
Zach Miller has been a favorite target of quarterback Jay Cutler of late thanks to injuries to the Bears receiving corps, and faces a Lions defense that has allowed opposing tight ends to score 12 times this season, including six times in their last seven games.
Eric Decker has scored in three-straight games, and also found the end zone in the first matchup with the Buffalo Bills.
Allen Hurns crossed 1,000 yards receiving and caught his 10th touchdown last week and looks to build on his successful 2015 season in Week 17 when the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Houston Texans.
Lamar Miller continues to be one of the more under-utilized backs in the NFL, though he did find the end zone in the first meeting with the New England Patriots.
Early in the practice week, we still don't know which quarterback will be throwing to T.Y. Hilton in the Indianapolis Colts' Week 17 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Ronnie Hillman once again appears to be in a timeshare with C.J. Anderson, but gets to face a Chargers defense Sunday that's in the bottom five in the league in rushing TDs allowed (15) and yards per carry allowed (4.7).
Marvin Jones caught three passes on seven targets for 33 yards on Monday against the top pass defense in the NFL, the Denver Broncos, but has a better match-up in Week 17 against a Baltimore Ravens defense that he burned for five receptions, 94 yards and a touchdown back in Week 3.
Will Tye failed to make the most out of Odell Backham's absence with just three catches for 28 yards but gets an juicy matchup for the finale.
Cameron Artis-Payne will likely be called upon to start his third straight game and is a solid option against a mid-tier Bucs defense with his 4.5 yards per carry.
Michael Crabtree scored his eighth touchdown of the season in Week 16's win over the Chargers, and with Amari Cooper potentially limited due to a foot injury, he could see additional targets Sunday against a tough Chiefs defense.
Jeremy Maclin scored his fifth touchdown in the last five games during Week 16's win over the Browns, and should be Alex Smith's primary target again Sunday against the Raiders.
Alshon Jeffery could face a Lions defense which he went for 147 yards and a touchdown against earlier in the year, but missed his sixth game of the season last week and is no sure bet to suit up in Week 17.
Pierre Garcon had 12 targets, eight catches and a touchdown against the Eagles for his second score in as many weeks after being held out of the end zone for seven straight.
Though Tate failed to score for the first time in three weeks last Sunday, he's still posted five touchdowns in his last five games and faces a Bears secondary which he scored his first touchdown of the season against in Week 6.
Kamar Aiken led the Baltimore Ravens in receiving in Week 16 for the third time in four weeks, and takes his role as the clear number one receiver for the Ravens into the season finale against a Cincinnati Bengals pass defense that has allowed 246.3 yards per game (20th in NFL) but only 17 touchdown passes (tied for third in the NFL).
Bilal Powell outgained Chris Ivory by a substantial margin this past Sunday, and remains the better play against the Buffalo Bills.
Tim Hightower, who was out of the NFL for three years, had more than 120 yards and two touchdowns last week and faces the Falcons’ bottom-five run defense this week.
Rashad Jennings dominated the carries for a third straight week (14 totes for 74 yards) and added 62 yards on two catches, making him a solid play given his matchup against the Eagles.
After returning to the end zone for the first time in five weeks, Kyle Rudolph faces a Packers defense which he posted a season-high 106 yards and a score against in Week 11 and one that has allowed seven touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season, though none in the last three weeks.
Javorius Allen had a huge bounce-back game in Week 16 with 114 total yards and a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and in Week 17 faces a Cincinnati Bengals rush defense that is seventh in the NFL with 94.5 yards allowed per game, but they are 20th in the NFL in passing yards allowed which still plays to one of Allen's strengths.
Julius Thomas has been productive in the second half of the season (29 catches, four TD in six games) and hopes to continue that in Week 17 when the Jacksonville Jaguars play the Houston Texans.
DeVante Parker is surging as the season comes to a close, hauling in eight receptions for 180 yards over his last two tilts.
Isaiah Crowell rushed 16 times for 88 yards and a touchdown on Sunday, his second big effort in three games, but in Week 17 he has a tough match-up against a Pittsburgh Steelers defense that allows only 91.5 yards per game on the ground (sixth in the NFL) and that has given up only six rushing touchdowns all season (second in the NFL).
Sammy Watkins was held out of the end zone for the first time in five games and will draw coverage from Darrelle Revis this weekend, though he has collected at least five catches in three-straight contests.
Willie Snead is just 51 yards away from 1,000 yards in his first season, but will have tough sledding against the Falcons top-two secondary in terms of fantasy scoring.