Markus Wheaton caught three passes for 41 yards on Sunday, the first time in five weeks that he didn't generate at least 65 yards and/or a touchdown, but has a solid match-up in Week 17 against a Cleveland Browns defense that allows 244.2 yards per game through the air but ranks 28th in the NFL with 31 touchdowns allowed through the air.
McDonald rebounded from a couple of costly drops in Week 15 in leading the San Francisco passing game in catches (five), targets (seven) and receiving yards (61) and finding the end zone in Week 16 and has emerged as quarterback Blaine Gabbert's favorite target which makes him a sneaky play in daily formats against a Rams defense that has surrendered the 22nd-most points to tight ends this season.
Jordan Reed had another monster game against Philadelphia with nine catches and two scores, giving him 25 catches and five touchdowns the past three weeks but could see limited action with Washington having clinched the division.
Brandon McManus kicked multiple field goals in Week 16 for just the second time in the last eight games, but faces a Chargers defense Sunday allowing 24.7 points per game (18th in the league).
Theo Riddick has at least five catches in five of his last seven games and could snap a four-game scoreless streak against a Bears defense that has allowed six receiving touchdowns to running backs.
Robbie Gould tied a season-high with 14 points last week while connecting on a seventh field goal of 50 or more yards, and faces a Lions defense which he previously posted 14 points against earlier in the year.
Nate Washington's had his biggest games of the season when Cecil Shorts has been inactive, which will likely occur in Week 17 when a groin injury will force Shorts to the sidelines against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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.
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.
Jay Cutler faces a Lions defense that has given up at least two touchdown passes in seven of their last nine games, but Cutler's potential could be tied to wide receiver Alshon Jeffery's hamstring injury more than the matchup.
Dustin Hopkins was held to one field goal and missed an extra point in the win over Philadelphia and now has just two field goals over the past three games despite a Washington offense averaging nearly 35 points over the same span.
Latavius Murray topped 100 combined yards in last week's win over the Chargers for the first time since Week 8, and he'll take on a Chiefs defense Sunday that he ran for 86 yards and a TD against in their last matchup.
C.J. Anderson saw just 10 touches in Week 16 but scored his fourth touchdown of the season, and faces 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).
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.
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.
Dan Bailey was tasked with a pair of field goals in the loss to Buffalo that saw the Dallas offense account for just 307 total yards under new quarterback Kellen Moore.
Doug Martin has developed a case of fumblitis of late, losing five this season after one in his first three seasons combined.
Teddy Bridgewater had his eighth game with less than 200 yards passing last week, but he could be called upon to throw more if the Vikings fall behind and you know he'll play a full four quarters with the division on the line against a Packers team which he threw for 296 yards against in Week 11.
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.
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).
Cam Newton will look for the cap on his magnificent, MVP-caliber season against the Bucs, whom he struggled against last time out.
Greg Olsen struggled against the Bucs last season, but he’s a must-start every week after breaking the 1,000-yard mark for the second-straight season.
Bilal Powell outgained Chris Ivory by a substantial margin this past Sunday, and remains the better play against the Buffalo Bills.
James Jones is surging late in the season as the Packers only reliable deep option, seeing 20 targets in the last two weeks and now faces a Vikings defense which he went for 109 yards and a touchdown against earlier in the year.
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.
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).
Wilson threw for less than three touchdowns for the first time since Week 10 but did salvage his day with his second TD pass of the game in the last minute but will face his toughest test in a while on the road in Arizona in Week 17.
Blair Walsh had a season-high 19 points despite missing his fourth extra point of the year last Sunday and has posted eight or more points in four of his last five games.
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.
Matt Prater made a season-high four field goals last week in route to a season-high 14 points, and faces a Bears defense that he scored 13 points against in Week 6.
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.
Tyler Eifert has completed the NFL's concussion protocol and is confident that he will play on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, who held Eifert without a reception in their first meeting back in Week 3.
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.
While not short on volume, Graham Gano has missed plenty of kicks this season (six field goals and three extra points); however, he’s attempted more than enough to make up for his misses.
Sam Bradford threw for a season-high 380 yards on 56 attempts in the loss to Washington, giving him 741 yards on 97 attempts the past two weeks.
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.
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.
Kirk Cousins threw for 365 yards and four scores against Philadelphia, giving him eight touchdowns the past two weeks, but could see limited action against Dallas with the division wrapped up.
Darren McFadden rushed 19 times for 99 yards in the loss to Buffalo and will see at least token action in the finale in his pursuit of a 1000-year season.
Michael struggled to find much running room against the Rams in Week 16, finishing with just six yards on six carries, but he figures to lead the Seattle ground game in a Week 17 road tilt against the Cardinals unless Marshawn Lynch makes a surprise return for the season finale.
Duke Johnson rushed eight times for 26 yards and added three receptions for 15 more yards on Sunday but was outproduced by rival Isaiah Crowell (16 rushes, 88 yards, one touchdown), and in Week 16 he has a match-up against a pass-heavy Pittsburgh Steelers team that has to win to make the playoffs and has a weak pass defense (278.2 passing yards allowed/game, 30th in NFL).
Brown hasn't flashed his big play ability in the last two weeks but did stretch his TD-streak to three games in a Week 16 win and will look to continue the streak in a home game against the Seahawks in Week 17.
Jaelen Strong's playing time ticked up to 51 plays (71 percent of the offensive snaps) last week and he'll get the playing time in Week 17 as Cecil Shorts (groin) is doubtful for the Houston Texans season finale against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jeremy Langford could return to a featured back role if Matt Forte is forced to sit out due to a back injury, but faces a Lions defense that has allowed only two opposing rushers to top 72 yards since Week 10.
There's a lot of uncertainty at the quarterback position making Donte Moncrief a gamble for the Indianapolis Colts' Week 17 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Jeremy Hill rushed 19 times for 63 yards and lost two yards on his two receptions (on two touches) on Monday night against the Denver Broncos, and in Week 17 faces a Baltimore Ravens run defense that held him to only 21 yards on 12 carries back in Week 3.
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.
Charles Sims has been excellent in limited work this season and could be in line for more touches after 117 yards on just seven touches last week with a touchdown.
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).
Dorial Green-Beckham's inconsistent season was on full display last week (zero catches) but looks to finish on a high note in Week 17 when the Tennessee Titans face the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 28th in pass defense (268.0 ypg).