Willie Snead has more than 800 receiving yards despite being the Saints’ third receiver, but that role makes him more of a toss-up than the two above him on the depth chart as he’s still liable for two reception, 21 yard clunkers like last week when he plays the Falcons in Week 17.
After signs of looking like a game manager, Jameis Winston’s reverted into being a gunslinger, throwing for the eighth-most touchdowns (27) and the second-most interceptions (17) on the season, and he could find himself in a shootout in Week 17 against the Panthers.
Alfred Blue is in line to be the Houston Texans' lead back if they decide to limit Lamar Miller (ankle) for a second straight game in Week 17 against the Tennessee Titans' fifth-ranked rushing defense (91.1 ypg).
Injuries to T.J. Yeldon (ankle) and Chris Ivory (hamstring) make Grant a possible lead back for Week 17 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 23rd in rushing defense (116.3 ypg).
Pierre Garcon has recorded between 50 and 100 yards on 10 different occasions this season, and should fall in that range once again Sunday against the 22nd-ranked Giants secondary.
Golden Tate has at least six catches in four straight games entering a season finale matchup with Green Bay's 29th ranked pass defense that allows 265 yards per game.
Larry Fitzgerald hasn't scored since Week 5, and is unlikely to find the end zone Sunday against the ninth-ranked Rams pass defense with J.J. Nelson emerging as the bigger touchdown threat among Cardinals receivers.
Jonathan Stewart saw just 11 carries against the Falcons as they were playing catch-up all game, and while this Sunday's opponent, the Bucs, have allowed the ninth-most rushing yards, they'll be playing for their playoff lives.
Jerick McKinnon has four yards or better per carry in three of his last four games while catching at least five passes in each of those outings, giving him some surprising upside against a Bears defense that has allowed seven rushing scores in their last two outings.
Jay Ajayi is coming off yet another 200-yard game, but will face a New England defense on Sunday that's allowing just 89.5 yards per game on the ground, which is third in the NFL.
Travis Kelce hauled in a career-high 160 yards last week, his fifth 100-yard performance in the last six games, and he should be Alex Smith's primary option once again Sunday as the Chiefs look to keep their chances of an AFC West title alive.
Philip Rivers threw multiple TD passes for the eighth straight game last week, but gets a tough matchup Sunday against a Chiefs pass defense that ranks third in QB rating against.
Rishard Matthews looks to finish off his breakout season in Week 17 against the Houston Texans, who rank second in receiving defense (218.3 ypg).
Robert Turbin is tied for second on the Indianapolis Colts with seven touchdowns (six rushing, one receiving) and has scored four times in the last four games entering Week 17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank 23rd in rushing touchdowns allowed.
Martellus Bennett has found the end zone in two of the last three games, and faces a Miami defense on Sunday that's allowed 27 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for 25th in the NFL.
Kyle Rudolph has at least eight targets in five straight games, but has topped 65 yards and scored just once in that span, giving him a safe floor with limited upside against a Bears defense that has allowed one tight end to top 50 yards since Week 10, and just two all season.
Kenny Stills has found the end zone in three-straight games, but will face a New England defense in Week 17 that's yielded 19 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for seventh in the NFL.
Dustin Hopkins should get a decent workload Sunday against the rival Giants with the Redskins fighting for a playoff berth.
Coby Fleener had his biggest game of the season in the first meeting with the Falcons (seven receptions, 109 yards and a touchdown), but has just five receptions for 49 yards over his past three.
Graham Gano hit all three field goals he attempted last week, and will look to end his season on a high note in Week 17 against the Bucs, whom he missed his only attempt against in Week 5.
Ryan Succop has made 15 straight field goals and ranks 21st in scoring with 6.6 points-per-game entering Week 17 against the Houston Texans, who rank 10th in scoring defense (20.3 ppg).
Caleb Sturgis could be called upon more than expected Sunday against a Cowboys team that could choose to rest some starters after clinching the top seed in the NFC.
Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts had their playoffs hoped dashed last week had nothing but pride left in Week 17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank third in passing defense (210.3 ypg).
Alshon Jeffery has at least eight target in six straight games and is averaging 90.5 yards in his two games since returning from suspension, seemingly giving him a safe floor even if he's matched up exclusively with Vikings corner Xavier Rhodes on Sunday.
Latavius Murray was held to just 40 yards last week, but should rebound Sunday against a Broncos defense he torched for 114 yards and three TDs in Week 9.
Sam Bradford quietly has 290 yards or more in three straight games, and while his scoring upside is limited against a Bears defense that has allowed only two touchdown passes in the last four weeks, Bradford's floor seems safer than many other quarterbacks in Week 17 who could share snaps in games that matter little to the playoff picture.
Rex Burkhead will take on the Ravens this Sunday, and he could be in for an expanded role if Jeremy Hill is limited or inactive due to the knee injury he battled through last week.
DeVante Parker posted 85 yards and a touchdown last weekend, and will face a New England defense on Sunday that's allowing 240 passing yards per game, which is 14th in the NFL.
Alex Collins will serve as the primary running back against the league-worst 49ers run defense Sunday if Thomas Rawls (shoulder) can't suit up, but Rawls is expected to play.
Tyreek Hill failed to catch any of his five targets last week but scored his third rushing TD in five games, and the Chiefs should be committed to getting the ball in his hands once again Sunday as they look to keep their chances of an AFC West title alive.
Jeremy Maclin was held in check last week by the Broncos' secondary, but should be more productive Sunday against a Chargers defense that he found the end zone against in Week 1.
Devontae Booker set career highs in targets, catches and receiving yards last week, and could see a larger workload Sunday against the Raiders with the Broncos eliminated from the playoffs and in talent evaluation mode.
Kenneth Dixon will have a Week 17 matchup against the Bengals, who he posted 80 total yards against in Week 13.
J.J. Nelson takes a four-game scoring streak into Sunday's season finale against the ninth-ranked Rams pass defense.
Alex Smith threw less than two TD passes last week for the eighth straight game, but could rebound Sunday when he faces a Chargers defense he had his best performance of the season against back in Week 1.
DeAndre Hopkins' production didn't change with the quarterback switch from Brock Osweiler to Tom Savage, so we should expect a run-first attack out of the Houston Texans in Week 17 against the Tennessee Titans.
Kelvin Benjamin snapped his cold streak (five receptions for 49 yards over his previous three games) to catch his second touchdown since Oct. 2, but the Panthers’ passing game makes him tough to trust on Sunday against the Bucs, even as they’ve allowed the 10th-most receiving yards in the league.
Jordan Matthews is battling through an ankle injury, but should still be able to find success against a 28th-ranked Cowboys secondary that has allowed 264.7 passing yards per game.
Davante Adams has only six catches and 69 yards over the last two weeks entering a matchup against a Lions secondary that has not allowed more than 212 yards passing in three straight games.
Ty Montgomery has at least 12 touches in three straight games, but faces a Lions defense on Sunday that has allowed opposing backs to score only five times this year, and only six backs to top 70 yards.
Ted Ginn has 50 receptions for just the second time in his ten-year career, and faces a Bucs secondary on Sunday that’s allowed the tenth-most receiving yards in the league.
Frank Gore has been losing snaps and red-zone touches to Robert Turbin entering the Indianapolis Colts' Week 17 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars' 20th-ranked rushing defense (107.3 ypg).
Darren Sproles should get plenty of touches Sunday against the Cowboys, as he and Byron Marshall are the only healthy Eagles running backs left.
Blake Bortles is coming off his best game of the season and is playing for his job as the franchise's quarterback of 2017 when they face the Indianapolis Colts' 24th-ranked passing defense in Week 17.
Vernon Davis is no Jordan Reed, but the veteran tight end should be able to find some success filling in for his injured counterpart Sunday against the 22nd-ranked Giants secondary.
Chandler Catanzaro has had a season to forget, but he could close it on a high note Sunday against an over-matched Rams team.
The Tennessee Titans, with playoff hopes dashed last week, could limit DeMarco Murray in Week 17 against the Houston Texans.
Wil Lutz hit all three field goal attempts last week and gets to kick indoors in a likely high-scoring affair in Sunday’s match against the Falcons.
Eric Ebron is coming off of a season-high 93 yards and has at least four catches in four straight games heading into a matchup against the Packers 29th ranked pass defense.
The beneficiary of another healthy scratch of Doug Martin, Jacquizz Rodgers will look to run wild on Sunday against a Panthers defense Rodgers shredded for 101 rushing yards in Week 5.