Stephen Gostkowski has at least two field goals in four-straight games and all face a New York Jets squad allowing 23.7 points per contest, which is 23rd in the NFL.
Kenyan Drake was held under 100 yards from scrimmage for the first time in four games this past Sunday, but will face a Buffalo Bills defense that's allowed 126.7 rushing yards per contest in 2017, which is 30th in the NFL.
LeSean McCoy scored twice when the Buffalo Bills faced the Miami Dolphins just two weeks ago, and the Bills have plenty left to play for with a possible playoff berth in their sights.
Rob Gronkowski has at least 100 yards or a touchdown in four-straight games and will face a New York Jets defense that's allowed 28 passing scores in 2017, which is tied for 28th in the NFL.
Justin Tucker has hit 28 of his last 29 field goal attempts, as he faces a Cincinnati Bengals defense this week who allow the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing kickers.
Alshon Jeffery will take on the Cowboys this Sunday in an excellent matchup against a defense that’s been a bottom-five unit against wide receivers over the last six weeks.
Zach Ertz will have a Sunday night against the Cowboys, and he’ll have a neutral matchup against a defense that’s been in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy production allowed to tight ends over the last six weeks.
Christian McCaffery had one of his worst receiving games of the season last week with just two receptions, yet there are signs of hope for McCaffery shareholders as he set a career-high in rushing yards against the Falcons earlier this season and has 75 receptions on the season, making him a potential upside option in Week 17.
Robert Woods will look to finish the best regular season of his career on a high note in Sunday's finale against the 24th-ranked San Francisco secondary.
DeAndre Hopkins' fantasy value survived intact following a two-week stretch against two of the league's toughest defenders against the pass and now gets a break Week 17 against the Indianapolis Colts, who allowed Hopkins 86 yards and a touchdown in their previous meeting.
Vernon Davis will have a Week 17 matchup against the Giants, who have been one of the worst defenses against tight ends over the course of the season.
Alvin Kamara caught seven passes last week and has 75 receptions on the season, which makes him an excellent option in Week 17 against the Bucs' league-worst pass defense.
Russell Wilson has been asked to do more than ever this season and should account for the vast majority of his team's offense in Sunday's must-win home game against Arizona's middling secondary.
Matt Ryan still doesn't have a game with more than two touchdowns this season, but broke the 300-yard barrier in Week 10 against the Panthers and will look to return to his 2016 form in a must-win matchup against Carolina on Sunday afternoon.
Marshawn Lynch topped 90 yards from scrimmage for the fourth time in the last five games in Week 16, and he should finish the season on a high note Sunday on the road against a Chargers defense that's surrendered a league-worst 132.9 rushing yards a game.
C.J. Anderson has piled up 361 rushing yards over the last four games, and he'll look to cap off his first career 1000-yard season in Sunday's home tilt against a Chiefs defense allowing 118.7 rushing yards per game, 23rd in the league.
Jamison Crowder will have a Sunday tilt against the Giants and their injury-depleted secondary that’s been in the bottom-half of the league against wide receivers over the last six weeks.
Nelson Agholor will take on the Cowboys in Week 17, and he could be in line for another solid performance against a defense that’s allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to wide receivers over the past six weeks.
Mark Ingram's role around the goal line and his continued involvement in the passing game, even as Alvin Kamara continues to impress, gives him top-end value in Week 17 against the Bucs' second-worst total defense that has allowed 381.7 yards per game.
Julio Jones had his fourth 100-yard game last week with one coming at Carolina in Week 10 and coming off a matchup with Marshon Lattimore that he still excelled at, Jones should be one of the top receivers in the league in this crucial Week 17 matchup.
Carlos Hyde scored two touchdowns against the Rams back in Week 6, so he'll be looking to close out his season on a high note against Los Angeles' 24th-ranked run defense Sunday.
Dion Lewis saw an expanded role due to the injury to Rex Burkhead this past weekend, and is in line for a heavy workload once again versus a New York Jets defense allowing 116 rushing yards per game in 2017, which is 19th in the NFL.
T.Y. Hilton hopes to finish 2017 on a high note Week 17 against the Houston Texans, who have allowed him an average of 101.5 yards over 11 career games.
Jack Doyle will finish off his best season with a Week 17 battle against the Houston Texans, who rank 28th in receptions allowed to tight ends (5.1 RPG).
Michael Thomas was used relatively sparingly last week against the Falcons, but should still see plenty of opportunities against the Bucs' bottom-ranked pass defense in Sunday's season finale.
Josh Lambo ranks 12th among placekickers at 8.3 points per game entering Week 17 against the Tennessee Titans' 20th-ranked scoring defense (23.1 PPG).
Keenan Allen has 10 catches on 18 targets for 117 yards over his last two games, a major step back from his production in late November and early December, but with the Chargers needing a win to claim the last wild-card spot in the AFC, he could rebound Sunday against a Raiders defense allowing 243.9 passing yards per game, 20th in the league.
Alex Collins has double-digit carries in 11-straight games, as he faces a Cincinnati Bengals defense this week who allow the second-most fantasy points to opposing RB's.
Harrison Butker connected on at least three field goals for the third straight game last week against the Dolphins, and he should remain productive at altitude in Sunday's road game against a Broncos defense he smoked for 17 points back in Week 8.
Jake Elliott will take on the Cowboys in Week 17, and he’ll continue to be a solid fantasy option in what could be a high-scoring game.
Kirk Cousins will face the Giants in Week 17 in what should be a strong matchup against an injury-depleted defense that’s in the bottom-quarter of the league in fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks over the last six weeks.
Keelan Cole has become a must-start wideout, having averaged 131 yards over the last three weeks, and has a promising matchup Week 17 against the Tennessee Titans, who rank 18th in yards (147.1 YPG) and 28th in touchdowns (17) allowed to wide receivers.
Matt Bryant gets to once again kick indoors on Sunday afternoon against the top-half Panthers' defense, who have the second best red zone touchdown percentage (25 percent), which could afford Bryant plenty of opportunities in a must-win situation.
Antonio Gates turned back the clock by catching six passes for 81 yards and a touchdown last week, and he could be productive again in what might be the final regular-season game of his career Sunday at home against a Raiders defense that's allowed the most receiving yards in the league to opposition tight ends.
Larry Fitzgerald was targeted 15 times last week, so he should see no shortage of volume in what could be the final game of his career Sunday in Seattle.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are playing for home field advantage throughout the playoffs and will face a New York Jets defense that's allowed 28 passing scores in 2017, which is tied for 28th in the NFL.
Ben Roethlisberger has at least two touchdown passes in seven-straight games, as he faces a Cleveland Browns defense this week who allow the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing QB's.
Tyrod Taylor failed to find the end zone last weekend but will face a Miami Dolphins defense on which he scored twice just two weeks ago in a 24-16 Buffalo victory.
Ezekiel Elliott will be up against the Eagles on Sunday, and although the Eagles have been a top-10 unit against RBs since mid-November, don’t expect the Cowboys to shy away from calling his number often, giving him solid upside.
Kelvin Benjamin finally appears healthy, is coming off his best game as a member of the Buffalo Bills, was robbed of a touchdown by the officials in the last contest and faces a Miami Dolphins squad that's allowed 25 passing scores in 2017, which is tied for 23rd in the NFL.
Brandin Cooks led the New England Patriots in receiving when they faced the New York Jets earlier in 2017; Gang Green is allowing 238 passing yards per contest, which is 23rd in the NFL.
Malcolm Brown is expected to serve as the lead back for Sunday's finale against the 49ers with Todd Gurley (rest) not suiting up.
Adam Vinatieri ranks 16th among placekickers with 101 points entering Week 17 against the Houston Texans' lowest-ranked scoring defense (27.6 PPG).
Graham Gano has still only missed one field goal this season, but is one of just five kickers with a better field goal percentage than extra point percentage, and he could see plenty of scoring chances in a potential Week 17 shootout against the Panthers.
Ryan Succop ranks eighth among placekickers with 8.5 points per game entering Week 17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars' second-ranked scoring defense (16.9 YPG).
Paul Richardson's six touchdowns and three games with at least 70 yards this season suggest he has some upside in Sunday's must-win game against Arizona.
Doug Baldwin got 95 yards against cornerback Patrick Peterson in Arizona back in Week 9, and he needs 99 Sunday to reach 1,000 for the third consecutive season.
Eric Ebron has 26 targets and two touchdowns in his last three games entering Sunday's battle against a Packers defense that has allowed four touchdowns to tight ends in their last five outings.
Chris Boswell has converted 28 of his last 29 field goals, as he faces a Cleveland Browns defense this week who allow the 12th-most fantasy points to opposing kickers.
After DeMarco Murray suffered a significant knee injury Week 16, Derrick Henry is expected to be the feature back for the Tennessee Titans in Week 17 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who rank eighth in rushing touchdowns allowed (nine).