Anthony Dixon rushed seven times for 27 yards and a touchdown Week 17 against the Patriots.
Dixon was clearly second fiddle to Fred Jackson against New England, but he was given the team's only goal-line chance early in the second quarter. Dixon converted for his second touchdown of the season. A plodding pile mover, Dixon finishes 2014 with 432 yards on 105 carries (4.1 YPC). With Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller both potential free agents, Dixon could have a role in the Bills offense in 2015.
Marques Colston caught 2-of-7 targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in New Orleans' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
Dwayne Bowe had three catches for 30 yards in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Chargers.
Bowe fumbled at the goal-line on what would have been his first score of the season. He'll finish without a touchdown for the only time in his career. Bowe led the Chiefs with 87 targets this year, but continued to be limited by Alex Smith. His 60 catches and 754 yards were a slight upgrade on his 2013 season. Kansas City should look to upgrade on Bowe as their No. 1 receiver this offseason.
Andre Williams rushed 15 times for 43 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Alfred Morris rushed 12 times for 43 yards in Washington's week 17 loss to the Cowboys.
He added two receptions for 19 yards. With the Redskins getting routed, Morris got the rock just six times after halftime, and zero times in the fourth quarter. Morris ends his first frustrating year in coach Jay Gruden's offense averaging just 4.05 yards per carry after posting a 4.72 mark between 2012-13. Morris did manage to surpass 1,000 yards rushing for the time in as many NFL seasons, and post a career-best 17 receptions. Still only 26, Morris should be back as the Redskins' clear No. 1 back in 2015. His upside just isn't what it was under coach Mike Shanahan.
Jets TE Jeff Cumberland caught 2-of-3 targets for 23 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Dolphins.
Cumberland spent 2014 in a rotation with rookie Jace Amaro, finishing with a 23-247-3 receiving line. A former college wide receiver, Cumberland has been billed as a plus athlete, but does not play like it on the field and is also a liability as a blocker. The Jets signed Cumberland to a new three-year, $5.7 million contract last March, so he'll likely be back with the club in 2015. He has zero Dynasty value. The team will hope for a 2015 step forward from tight end of the future Amaro.
Fred Jackson rushed 18 times for 58 yards Week 17 against the Patriots.
Jackson easily led the Bills' backfield in touches, but Boobie Dixon got the unit's only touchdown in the second quarter. A free agent this offseason, Jackson finishes 2014 with 141 carries for 525 yards (3.72 YPC) and two touchdowns, adding 66 receptions for 501 yards and another score. Jackson managed over 1,000 total yards for the fifth time in his career, and his 66 catches were a career high. Despite the cumulative totals, Jackson faded down the stretch, and it is not a given the Bills will bring back the almost 34-year-old for a ninth season. Jackson will be given a shot somewhere in 2015, but his days as a lead back are likely finished.
Bilal Powell rushed once for no gain in the Jets' Week 17 win over the Dolphins.
Powell was in and out of the lineup this season, mostly operating as the Jets' pass-protection specialist behind Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson. 26-year-old Powell finished the season with 33 carries for 141 yards and 11 receptions. He is an impending free agent and will draw scant interest on the open market as a limited-talent role player.