Played 39 snaps last week with a healthy 22 touches and nothing scary about the matchup these days.
Huge game against them earlier this year and a huge game last week, plus the Raiders give up a healthy 28.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Only 2 RBs have more rushing TDs than him and the Bears give up 34 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He's averaged an amazing 34.6 points per game in PPR against them his last 2 games.
A whopping 26 touches again last week and he's averaged 20+ points against them in PPR his last 3 games.
Put up big numbers against them earlier this year on 32 touches and RBs averaging 4.6 YPC against them the last 5 weeks.
Got 24 touches against them earlier this year, so you would think his work load would increase in this tougher matchup.
Rams have contained him in the past, but he has averaged 4.5 YPC against them in his last 5 and he will get the ball as much as he can handle.
Falcons giving up 4.4 YPC to RBs and a healthy 28.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks, so keep using him in must win.
Another 25 touches last week and he's averaged 4.6 YPC against them in his last 5 games.
Is limping down the stretch, but he did score last week along with 3 catches and the Bucs don't have their best DT McCoy.
Jackson banged up and missed practice early in the week and he turned 8 touches into 84 yards and a TD last week.
Quiet against them earlier this year, but he did catch all 5 of his targets last week with a TD and not a scary matchup right now.
Averaged only 3.3 YPC against them earlier this year and it's still a touch matchup, but he has been on a major roll.
Another productive game with RGIII under center last week and he does produce against the Cowboys as he's averaged 20 FPG against them in his last 5 games in PPR.
Wound up playing 22 snaps last week with 14 touches and this game should mean little for their playoff chances, so he could play a lot.
Could be in the mix to play this week and he has averaged 5 yards per carry against them his last 4 games.
He remains only a long shot, but Blount was inactive last week and he did score, so we will see about Blount's status.
We'll see about his status in practice all week, but he would have to do a lot in practice to feel good about him.
Was dealing with a rib issue last week, so we have to see if he can practice and the matchup is tougher as the Texans give up 15.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Still a tough matchup, but RBs all of a sudden are averaging 4.6 YPC against them and he did get an encouraging 26 touches last week.
West did not play a snap last week, so at the very least Crowell should carry a full load in this tough matchup.
Tougher matchup, but the Bills still do give up 4.5 YPC, but first and foremost he has to actually play in week 17.
Had clearly worn down and put up very meager yardage on 14 touches last week and the matchup is average by the numbers.
Only 7 touches last week, but active in the passing game with 6 targets and the Saints do give up 33.4 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Great game last week with 24 touches and while the matchup is tougher, he produced against them earlier this year.
We'll see about Jennings, but Williams did get 26 carries last week and with that volume he can do something of note against almost anyone.
Played 24 snaps last week with 7 touches and a TD and would be worth a look if Gerhart is still iffy to play.
Production has been pathetic this month and only 4 touches last week, but at least the matchup is great.
Dolphins still giving up 5.1 YPC to RBs and the Jets had success running on them this year.
Hard to say if he is someone they would protect from injury in meaningless game, but we know this matchup is as good as it gets.
Did very little against them earlier this year and GB is giving up only 18.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks, plus Bush is a threat, but Bell does remain the guy.
Very quiet against them earlier this year and only 7 touches and 50 total yards last week and the matchup isn't great.
He's obviously very up and down and the matchup isn't great, but the Cards are actually giving up 4.8 YPC to RBs the last 5 weeks and he did look good last week.
Putting up huge PPR numbers these days and while the matchup is tougher, he should get 4-5 catches this week.
Did put up 17/105 against them earlier this year and Miami gives up 5.1 YPC to RBs the last 5 weeks.
Banged up last week, so check status, but it is not like they don't have alternatives.
Surprisingly produced almost 100 yards on 13 touches with a TD last week, but the matchup isn't great as GB gives up 18.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Looks like Mathews could play, but Oliver could be in the mix after leading with 16 touches last week.
Good game last week and scored earlier this season against the Giants if you need a PPR reach.
He's still a reach because of no QB Smith, but they finally got him rolling in the passing attack as he caught 6 of his 7 targets.
Not totally out of the mix as he had 9 carries last week, but overall Denver is a tough matchup for a RB.
Did get 10 carries last week, but that's not something we can count on and the matchup is not easy.
Played 8 snaps last week and his only chance is if Thomas is out.
Good matchup once again right now and he is expected to play finally, but it should be all Stewart.
Practiced some last week, but still inactive, so will likely make only a cameo appearance if he plays.
Played 13 snaps last week with 7 carries and Foster did get a little dinged up, but still a long shot.
Played only 8 snaps last week with 4 touches, but Murray could be rested in meaningless game.
Jackson is banged up and he did get 12 touches last week on 31 snaps, but needs Jackson out to have a chance.
Played 17 snaps last week, but didn't do much with his 8 touches, so he is a long shot at best.