Clay Harbor was held without a catch in the Jaguars' Week 17 loss to the Texans.
Harbor was an every-down player from Weeks 4-10 while Marcedes Lewis was on I.R./recall. Once Lewis was back healthy, Harbor returned to the bench and only played about 15 snaps per game down the stretch. He has good hands and is a plus athlete. If the Jaguars decide to cut Lewis, Harbor could return as the No. 1 tight end in 2015, the final year of his contract. Either way, look for the Jaguars to address the tight end position in the offseason.
Torrey Smith caught 4-of-7 targets for 83 yards and a touchdown Week 17 against the Browns.
Struggling along with the rest of the Ravens' offense entering the fourth quarter, Smith put the team on his back in the final frame. Down 10-6 with time winding down, Smith ran past Joe Haden for a 53-yard gain to put the Ravens deep into Cleveland territory. Flacco then hit Smith for a 16-yard score on the very next play. The touchdown catch was Smith's career-high 11th of the season. After an up and down contract year, Smith showed how valuable he can be to the Ravens in the fourth quarter against the Browns. Despite the strong showing, Smith could use a big postseason to improve his free agent market.
Tony Romo completed 22-of-34 passes for 299 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the Cowboys' 44-17, Week 17 shellacking of the Redskins.
Marcedes Lewis couldn't reel in any of his three targets in the Jaguars' Week 17 loss to the Texans.
Lewis posted an 18-206-2 line on the season. Lewis started all eight games he appeared in, but missed the other eight games on I.R./recall with a significant ankle sprain. He’s no longer a threat as a receiver and battled drops all season. Lewis is mainly kept around as a blocker and steadying veteran presence on a young team. He has one year left on his contract with an $8.4 million cap number. On any other team, Lewis would be an easy cut. But Jacksonville is flush with cap space. Lewis’ roster standing will depend on what GM Dave Caldwell decides to do in free agency. He’s not a fantasy option.
Shonn Greene rushed 11 times for 94 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Colts.
Bears WR Marquess Wilson secured 2-of-3 targets for 18 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Vikings.
Activated from I.R./recall after breaking his collarbone in preseason, Wilson closed out the year with just one game over 20 receiving yards among seven appearances. Wilson dropped too many passes and is clearly still raw at age 22. Brandon Marshall did show signs of 2014 decline, opening the door for Wilson as a dart-throw 2015 breakout candidate. Marshall will be back with the Bears, but Wilson should remain squarely in the team's plans even if Chicago cleans house in the front office. He's a big receiver who can run and make catches in traffic.
Allen Hurns caught 2-of-4 targets for 15 yards in the Jaguars' Week 17 loss to the Texans.
His rookie season ends with a 51-677-6 line as an undrafted free agent. Hurns was the star of the preseason for the Jaguars, and he turned it into a prominent offensive role for the duration of the season. He already knew the offense from his days with OC Jedd Fisch at Miami. The Jaguars played Hurns in the slot in three-wide sets. Able to stay healthy all year, Hurns played the most snaps among Jacksonville receivers. He’s not a special talent, but has a knack for big plays to go with untimely drops. Hurns will have to compete again next summer, but he has a chance to enter the season as a top-three receiver.
Marqise Lee caught 2-of-8 targets for eight yards in the Jaguars' Week 17 loss to the Texans.
His rookie season ends with a 37-426-1 line. The 39th pick in May’s draft, Lee opened the season ahead of fellow second-rounder Allen Robinson on the depth chart. Lee started the first two games but got hurt, leaving the door open for Robinson to take over as the No. 1. Robinson then broke his foot, swinging the door back open for Lee in Week 13. He started the final five games of the season and proved to be one of just a couple playmakers on offense. Lee can play all over the formation at receiver. The Jaguars could roll with Lee, Robinson, and Allen Hurns as their top three receivers in 2015. Robinson is the early favorite for No. 1 duties. Lee's Dynasty arrow is pointing up.