Harrison Butker kicked multiple PATs and field goals in the same game Sunday for the seventh time this season, and with the Chiefs still fighting for playoff seeding, his ceiling remains sky high in Week 17 against a Raiders squad that's allowing the second-most points in the league at 28.8 per game.
JuJu Smith-Schuster caught 11 of his 15 targets for 115 yards, which is the ninth time this season he has totaled over 100 yards, and in Week 17 he'll have a good chance to get his 10th when the Steelers face the Bengals, who give up the fifth-most receiving yards per game.
Zach Ertz is coming off a monstrous performance for the Eagles with 12 catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns, and will face a Washington defense in Week 17 that's allowed 24 passing scores in 2018, which is 14th in the NFL.
Davante Adams has double-digit targets in four straight games while scoring in four of five, and should see a healthy portion of looks in Week 17 against Detroit for a receiving corps beleaguered by injury.
Ka'imi Fairbairn had a streak of successful kicks halted at 24 last week, but he remains atop the NFL in scoring entering Week 17 against Jacksonville, which ranks 14th in PPG allowed to kickers.
Travis Kelce caught five of nine targets for 54 yards Sunday, his lowest output since Week 10, but with the Chiefs still fighting for playoff seeding, he could have a big finish to the year in Week 17 against a Raiders defense that ranks 29th in yards allowed and 30th in TDs allowed to opposition TEs.
T.Y. Hilton dragged his injured ankle up and down the field last week, surpassing 100 yards for the fourth time in Indianapolis' last six games, and he'll need to keep rolling, as Indy looks to clinch a playoff berth in Week 17 against Tennessee.
Saquon Barkley will continue to be the bell cow for the Giants in their Week 17 matchup versus the Cowboys; though Dallas is allowing just 91.3 rushing yards per game, which is fifth in the league, the Cowboys may decide to rest some players since their playoff position is set, which could mean even more space for Barkley to roam.
Patrick Mahomes threw multiple TD passes for the 10th straight game Sunday, and with the Chiefs still fighting for playoff seeding, he seems poised for another huge performance in Week 17 against a Raiders defense that's given up a league-worst 34 passing TDs on the season.
Evan Engram continues to surge late in the season with 14 catches and 188 scrimmage yards in his last two contests for the Giants, and with Odell Beckham likely sidelined will see a large share of targets against a possibly resting Dallas defense in Week 17, as the Cowboys are already locked into their playoff seeding.
Mike Evans will be looking for a strong finish to a campaign that's already featured 80 catches for 1,418 yards and six touchdowns when his Buccaneers host the Falcons in Week 17.
Antonio Brown had two straight weeks with less than 50 yards receiving until last week when he had his best performance of the season, catching 14 passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns, and he'll have another chance for a big game in Week 17 when the Steelers face off against the Bengals, who give up the fifth-most receiving yards per game.
Sterling Shepard finally had a big game in the absence of Odell Beckham for the Giants, and with the Dallas Cowboys already locked into their playoff position heading into Week 17, Shepard could be in line for a huge outing despite the Cowboys allowing just 230.5 passing yards per game overall, which is ninth in the NFL.
Robert Woods has posted between 61 and 89 yards in each of his last nine games, and he'll be a strong fantasy option in Week 17 when the Rams face a 49ers defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points to opposing WRs.
Julio Jones played through hip and rib injuries last week, but assuming he's out there for the Falcons in Week 17, the star wide receiver will be looking to pad his season totals of 104 catches, 1,539 yards and seven touchdowns against a Buccaneers defense that gives up 251.4 passing yards per game.
Ben Roethlisberger threw for over 300 yards last week for the eighth time this season, and in Week 17 he'll have chance to make it nine when the Steelers face the Bengals, who give up the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Chris Carson has averaged over 100 combined yards over the Seahawks' last four games, and he'll have a fantastic Week 17 matchup against an Arizona defense that gives up the second-most fantasy points to opposing RBs.
Greg Zuerlein is averaging three field goals over the Rams' last four games, and he'll continue to be an elite fantasy option in Week 17 against the 49ers.
DeAndre Hopkins posted his sixth game of at least 100 receiving yards last week and could repeat that Week 17 against Jacksonville, if the Texans can't get the running game going (3.2 YPA last three games).
Damien Williams has scored five TDs in the last three games, and with Spencer Ware still dealing with a hamstring injury, Williams figures to lead the Chiefs' backfield again in Week 17 against a Raiders defense that's given up the third-most rushing yards per game.
Doug Martin ran for over 100 yards for the first time all season Monday, and he should be in line for another productive performance in Week 17 when the Raiders take on a Chiefs defense that ranks 30th in YPC allowed and 31st in rushing TDs allowed.
Sony Michel broke off strong run after strong run against the Bills, breaking the 100-yard threshold, and should find plenty of room to run against the Jets, who allowed 6.3 yards per carry to the Packers and their moribund rushing attack last week.
Melvin Gordon returned from a three-game absence Saturday and managed only 54 scrimmage yards while scoring a TD, but he should post bigger numbers in Week 17 when the Chargers take on a Broncos defense that ranks in the middle of the pack in production allowed to opposition RBs.
Matt Ryan comes into Atlanta's Week 17 clash with the Buccaneers needing 398 passing yards and five touchdowns to equal his career high totals of 4,944 and 38, both set in 2016.
Jared Cook caught two of three targets for 20 yards Monday, but he should be poised for a big finish to the season in Week 17 when the Raiders face a Chiefs defense that ranks 30th in receiving yards and 31st in receiving TDs allowed to opposition TEs.
Andrew Luck brought the Colts from behind last week, leading three second-half touchdown drives, and giving Indianapolis control of their playoff destiny in Week 17 against Tennessee.
Justin Tucker only made three of his five field goal attempts last week, but the two that he missed were both over 50 yards and he'll remain a top kicking option in Week 17 when the Ravens take on the Browns, who give up the eighth-most fantasy points per game to kickers.
Julian Edelman could find his role expanded with the continued absence of Josh Gordon heading into Week 17 against the Jets, who allowed 442 passing yards to the Packers last week.
Jamaal Williams has next to no competition for touches for the Packers in Week 17 against a Lions defense that allows 4.4 yards per carry and 114.3 yards per game, so long as a potential concussion sustained last week proves to be nothing more.
Derrick Henry continued his fantasy roll last week, finding the end zone for a fourth straight game, and he should be Tennessee's featured weapon in Week 17 against the Colts.
Keenan Allen caught five of eight targets for 58 yards Saturday, but he should rebound in Week 17 when the Chargers face a Broncos defense he scorched for a 9-89-1 line on 12 targets earlier in the season.
Aldrick Rosas booted two field goals last game for the Giants and the pro bowler has missed just one field goal all season; Rosas will face a Cowboys squad allowing just 19.3 points per game in 2018, which is fourth in the league, though Dallas may be resting some players with their playoff seeding already set.
Dustin Hopkins has booted three field goals in back-to-back games for the Redskins and will face an Eagles squad in Week 17 allowing an average of 27.3 points over the last three contests.
Nick Foles continues his late season magic for the Eagles, passing for a franchise-best 471 yards along with four touchdowns last game; the Eagles are still in the playoff hunt in Week 17 versus a Redskins squad looking to play spoiler and allowing 238 passing yards per game, which is 14th in the NFL.
LeSean McCoy returned to the fold after being benched for the first play and mustered just nine yards on six carries against the Patriots, but has a chance to close out his season on a high note against the Dolphins and their third-worst run defense in Week 17.
Christian McCaffrey will face New Orleans' top-ranked run defense in Week 17 if he's not rested, but Carolina's workhorse back should make up for any deficiencies on the ground with aerial production, as he's already set the record for catches by a running back this season.
Jake Elliott has six field goals in his last two games for the revitalized Eagles offense, and will face a Washington squad in Week 17 surrendering 22.3 points per game, which is 14th in the NFL.
Eli Manning could be playing in his last game as a member of the New York Giants, and will face a Cowboys defense in Week 17 allowing 230.5 passing yards per game, which is ninth in the league, but the Cowboys may decide to rest some players since their playoff position is set.
Robby Anderson was the Jets leading receiver for the fourth-straight week, reeling in nine passes for 140 yards and a touchdown and could be in line for another big game against the bottom-half Patriots secondary in Week 17.
Aaron Rodgers is coming off of his third 400 yard game of the year for the Packers, and as long as they don't choose to sit him out early in Week 17, he'll have ample chances to carve up a Lions secondary that has allowed 29 touchdown passes to date, the league's fourth-highest total.
Taywan Taylor led Tennessee's receivers last week for the third time in four games and is finishing the season on a strong note as he prepares for Week 17 against Indianapolis.
Kenny Golladay saw 15 of the Lions' 41 targets last Sunday and has at least eight looks in six of the team's last seven outings entering a Week 17 contest against a Packers defense that has allowed eight touchdown passes and two 100-yard receivers in their last three outings.
Todd Gurley missed the Rams' last game with a knee injury, but if he's in the 49ers Week 17 lineup, he'll be an elite fantasy option against a 49ers defense that's in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy production allowed to opposing RBs.
James White found the end zone to help prop up his day from a fantasy perspective (41 rushing yards and two receptions for 13 yards on four targets), but should find himself back amongst the leaders against the Jets, who allowed six receptions for 61 yards to Jamaal Williams last week.
Tom Brady struggled against the Bills last week, throwing for just 126 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions, but will look to find his stride heading into the playoffs against the hapless Jets, who allowed 442 yards to Aaron Rodgers last week.
James Conner missed his third straight game last week, and if he is ready to go in Week 17, he'll have a great matchup when the Steelers take on the Bengals, who give up the most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Jamison Crowder led the Redskins in receiving for the third-straight game and will face an Eagles defense in Week 17 allowing 283 passing yards per game, which is dead last in the NFL.
Jameis Winston topped 300 yards for the fourth time in 10 appearances last week, and Tampa Bay's quarterback will be hoping for another such performance in Week 17 against a Falcons team that allows 254.1 passing yards per game.
Tyreek Hill produced 91 scrimmage yards in Sunday's loss, and with the Chiefs still fighting for playoff seeding, he likely won't be rested in Week 17 against a Raiders defense that's given up a league-worst 34 passing TDs on the season.
Brandin Cooks hasn't scored a TD or reached 63 yards in any of the Rams' last four contests, but he'll have an excellent Week 17 matchup when the Rams face a 49ers defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points to opposing WRs.