Khiry Robinson rushed seven times for 15 yards and a touchdown in New Orleans' Week 17 win over the Bucs, adding two catches for an additional 22 yards.
Mychal Rivera caught two passes for 26 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Andrew Quarless was held without a catch on one target in Green Bay's Week 17 win over the Lions.
Quarless heads into the playoffs the owner of a 29/323/3. If he makes an impact in the Divisional Round, it will be hard to see coming.
James Starks rushed five times for 26 yards in Green Bay's Week 17 win over the Lions.
Eddie Lacy's caddie enters the playoffs on the back of a regular season where he averaged just 3.91 yards per carry. That's compared to 5.53 in 2013.
Julio Jones caught 4-of-8 targets for 58 yards in the Falcons' Week 17 loss to the Panthers.
Marcel Reece rushed one time for 11 yards and caught three passes for 30 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Criminally underutilized by the Raiders once again, Reece somehow finished with just 21 carries and 37 catches on the season. The team has simply wasted the prime years of a unique talent's career, as Reece is now 29 years old. We'll keep our fingers crossed that the next Oakland coaching regime can find a way to get him more involved, as Reece is under contract for just $2.55M in 2015.
Jonathan Stewart rushed for 49 yards on 13 carries in the Panthers' Week 17 win over the Falcons.
He caught both of his targets in the pass game for an additional 20 yards. With DeAngelo Williams still inactive, Stewart dominated backfield touches once again for Carolina. But with the game in the bag at halftime, Fozzy Whittaker got some run, allowing the Panthers to save Stewart for the first round of the playoffs next weekend. Williams might be ready to return, but the Panthers really should continue to lean on Stewart. They're on a four-game winning streak, and Stewart and Cam Newton have been doing the heavy lifting.
Eric Ebron caught 2-of-7 targets for 38 yards in the Lions' Week 17 loss to the Packers.
It was another brutally inefficient day for the No. 10 overall pick of May's draft, who closes the book on his first regular season the owner of a disappointing 25/248/1 line. Ebron was never expected to come out gangbusters, but his dynasty light has dimmed a bit. Good things rarely happened when he was targeted by Matthew Stafford this season.