C.J. Anderson rushed 13 times for 87 yards with three touchdowns and caught two passes for 20 yards in Sunday's 47-14 Week 17 win over the Raiders.
Tre Mason rushed for 28 yards on 11 carries in the Rams' Week 17 loss to the Seahawks, adding three catches for 29 yards.
Larry Fitzgerald secured 2-of-4 targets for 29 yards in the Cardinals' Week 17 loss to the Niners.
Fitzgerald has essentially been a non-factor since returning from his MCL sprain. He took a backseat to Michael Floyd in this one, as Floyd blew up for an 8-153-2 receiving line. The Cardinals will need Fitzgerald and all of their weapons firing on all cylinders to have a chance at upsetting the Panthers in the Wild Card round.
John Brown secured 4-of-9 targets for 51 yards in the Cardinals' Week 17 loss to San Francisco.
Brown also had a critical drop in the fourth quarter that would've gone for a sure first down. Brown started his rookie year red hot, but faded as the season moved along, perhaps running into a "rookie wall." If the Cardinals are going to upset Carolina in the Wild Card round, they'll need Brown to be much more sharp.
Playing through a calf injury, Aaron Rodgers completed 17-of-22 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns in Green Bay's 30-20, Week 17 win over the Lions.
With the win, the Pack clinch the NFC North, and their conference's No. 2 seed. Things were going swimmingly until Rodgers tweaked his troublesome left calf late in the second quarter. What was a 14-0 lead quickly became a 14-14 tie as Rodgers sat out two series. He returned no worse for the wear, however, and resumed dominating a team that didn't appear to be in the same class as the Pack. He now has two weeks to rest up for a home playoff game. Rodgers has a strong case for the league's MVP award. He closes the book on the regular season the owner of a staggering 38:5 TD:INT ratio. His 4,381 yards are his most since his MVP year in 2011.
Michael Floyd secured 8-of-12 targets for 153 yards and two touchdowns in the Cardinals' Week 17 loss to the 49ers.
Floyd finally showed what he's capable of when given a lot of passing-game volume. He's a true "No. 1" receiver; the Cardinals to this point just hadn't utilized him as one. Floyd made spectacular sideline catches in this one and repeatedly abused San Francisco's secondary. The Cardinals will need more of where this game from to have a shot at upsetting Carolina in the Wild Card round.
Shaun Hill completed 26-of-37 passes for 243 yards, zero touchdowns, and two interceptions in the Rams' 20-6, Week 17 loss to the Seahawks.
Hill's two interceptions were brutal. His first one was on a failed screen, while the second bounced off Lance Kendricks' hands and was returned by Bruce Irvin for a touchdown. Hill ends the season having completed 63.3 percent of his passes for 1,657 yards and an 8:7 TD:INT ratio. After Sam Bradford tore his ACL in the preseason, Hill got the nod in Week 1 but was pulled at halftime due to ineffectiveness and injury. Austin Davis started the next eight games before Hill got the job back in Week 11. He managed the game relatively well, but is nothing more than a quality backup at this stage of his career. Turning 35 next week, Hill will likely have to settle for one-year contracts the rest of his career if he chooses to continue to play. He’ll be a free agent in March.
Stepfan Taylor rushed seven times for 26 yards in the Cardinals' Week 17 loss to the 49ers.
As Kerwynn Williams (17 carries) showed a hot hand, Taylor took a backseat in this one. He's been outplayed by Williams for the most part since Andre Ellington went down. Expect the Cardinals to keep a committee in the Wild Card round, but with Williams at the head of the pack. Taylor brings very little to the table as a runner and isn't dynamic in the passing game.