Dion Sims secured 3-of-3 targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 16 win over the Vikings.
Sims is playing behind Charles Clay again, but "vultured" Clay with a 14-yard touchdown in the second quarter. A very useful second tight end, Sims has earned an every-week role in the Dolphins' offense, even if he plays limited snaps. He also is a proficient run blocker, and better there than Clay.
Brian Hartline was held catch-less in Week 16.
Hartline dropped a pass on the first offensive snap of the game and wasn't targeted again. He will likely be a candidate for offseason release.
DeAndre Hopkins caught five passes for 38 yards in the Texans' Week 16 win over the Ravens.
Damien Williams rushed three times for 18 yards and caught six balls for 50 yards with a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 16 win over the Vikings.
With Daniel Thomas out of commission, Williams was the No. 2 back through Miami's rotation, behind Lamar Miller. An impressive undrafted rookie, Williams has been lightly utilized this season, but we believe he showed well enough to lock up the Dolphins' No. 2 back job for 2014. Miami closes out its season against the Jets in Week 17.
Owen Daniels caught one pass for seven yards in the Ravens' Week 16 loss to the Texans.
He was targeted six times in his return to Houston, but Joe Flacco really struggled with his accuracy. He couldn't step into any throws with the Texans' pass rush hammering him at every chance. Daniels gets the Jaguars in Week 17.
Johnny Manziel (hamstring) is considered questionable for the Week 17 finale against Baltimore.
Knile Davis rushed twice for two yards in Kansas City's Week 16 loss to the Steelers, adding a nine-yard reception.
One week after featuring against the Raiders, Davis was mothballed as the Chiefs lost a must-win game. Coach Andy Reid dialed up just 10 non-quarterback rushes as Alex Smith was allowed to throw the ball 45 times. Davis will be off the DFS radar in Week 17 against the Chargers.
Mike Wallace secured 5-of-5 targets for 58 yards and two touchdowns in the Dolphins' Week 16 win over the Vikings.
For the second straight week, the Vikings used Xavier Rhodes to shadow the enemy No. 1 receiver. Rhodes shut down Calvin Johnson in Week 15 and mostly handled Wallace in this one. The only first-half reception made by Wallace came on a slot route against Vikings slot CB Captain Munnerlyn for a gain of ten. Wallace did get loose for a third-quarter touchdown from 16 yards out, running away from the Vikings' defense. He scored again in the fourth quarter on a seven-yard reception. Wallace will enter the Dolphins' Week 17 meeting with the Jets with ten TDs, tying a career high. A high-scoring every-week WR2, Wallace was an absolute steal at his seventh-round preseason ADP.