Dwayne Bowe caught 6-of-8 targets for 57 yards in the Chiefs' Week 16 loss to the Steelers.
The six-catch effort comes after Bowe was held to three or fewer grabs in five-straight games. That's what happens when Alex Smith is your quarterback. Bowe will do battle with the Chargers' inconsistent secondary in Week 17.
Charles Clay secured 6-of-10 targets for 114 yards in the Dolphins' Week 16 win over the Vikings.
The Vikings have been stout versus tight ends all season, but Clay went to work on short and intermediate patterns, racking up three receptions for 40 yards in the first half. He was "vultured" in the red zone on a 14-yard touchdown pass to No. 2 tight end Dion Sims in the second quarter. Clay sparked Miami's offense on a third-quarter gain of 41 yards. We have very little beef with what first-year OC Bill Lazor has done with Miami's 2014 offense, but underutilizing Clay could be one quibble. The Dolphins will close out their season in Week 17 against the Jets.
Charles Sims caught three passes for 30 yards in Week 16 against the Packers.
Sims had just four carries behind Doug Martin, but continued to play in pass situations. His biggest play was an 18-yard screen pass at the end of the first half. The Bucs will close out the regular season against the Saints in Week 17.
Albert Wilson caught 5-of-7 targets for 87 yards in the Chiefs' Week 16 loss to the Steelers.
Wilson was a bright spot for the Chiefs on an otherwise bitterly-disappointing day. His 87 yards led the team, and give him 209 over his past three games. Wilson should have had a 65-yard touchdown in the third quarter, but Alex Smith overthrew him. An undrafted rookie out of Georgia State, Wilson has undoubtedly played his way into the Chiefs' 2015 plans.
Jimmy Graham caught 6-of-10 targets for 53 yards and a touchdown Week 16 against the Falcons.
Graham started slowly, failing to corral his first four targets and committing a bad drop on third down. He came on in the second half, catching a short touchdown pass in the fourth quarter and "fumbling" at the "one-yard line" on what should have been another score. Graham does not appear to be 100 percent, but he has double-digit targets in three of his last four games. Graham will close out the season against the Bucs next week.
Heath Miller caught 7-of-8 targets for 68 yards in the Steelers' Week 16 win over the Chiefs.
The seven-catch effort was Miller's fourth of the season. Miller has been up and down this year, but enters Week 17 the owner of a Miller-esque 63/720/3 receiving line. Now 32, Miller is signed through 2016.
Davante Adams caught two passes for 17 yards in Week 16 against the Bucs.
Adams had a bad drop in the first quarter and secured just two of his four targets. He's been a non-factor the last three weeks behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. Adams has a matchup with Detroit in Week 17.
Vincent Jackson caught three passes for 60 yards in Week 16 against the Packers.
Jackson saw six targets, behind only Mike Evans. His highlight was a 40-yard back-shoulder catch in second quarter. Jackson will take a 69/991/2 line into Week 17 against the Saints.