Aaron Rodgers was carted to the locker room in the second quarter of Green Bay's Week 17 game against the Lions with a left-leg injury.
Odell Beckham caught 12 passes for 185 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's 34-26 Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Kyle Orton completed 16-of-23 passes for 176 yards and a touchdown Week 17 against the Patriots.
Orton led two impressive early touchdown drives as the Bills jumped out to a 14-3 lead on New England, but attempted just eight passes in the second half as the Bills sat on a lead. Orton finishes the season with 3018 passing yards and an 18-to-10 touchdown-to-interception ratio over 12 starts. He helped lead the Bills to a winning record for the first time since 2004 and almost led Buffalo to a comeback win last week in Oakland that would have given them a shot at the playoffs. Despite being serviceable as a starter, the Bills need an upgrade under center to take the next step in 2015.
Lamar Miller rushed 19 times for 178 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Miller temporarily broke this one open with a highlight-reel 97-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. The run was the longest in Dolphins history, and one of the longest of all time. After disappointing fantasy owners across the board in 2013, Miller bounced back with a fury in a classic post-hype breakout year. He rang up 1,099 yards on 216 carries, averaging 5.09 YPC with 38 receptions and scoring nine all-purpose touchdowns. The Dolphins' coaching staff doesn't seem to view Miller as a true workhorse back, consistently holding him under 20 carries, but he proved an outstanding match for first-year OC Bill Lazor's space-creating run scheme. Miller should return in 2015 as Miami's clear feature back. He turns 24 in April and is owed a cheap base salary entering his contract year. We suspect Miller will be a third-round pick in 2015 re-draft leagues. He's a borderline RB1 in Dynasty.
Kris Durham caught zero passes on two targets in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Colts.
Durham played in four games for the Titans this season, catching six passes for 54 yards. The impending free agent will keep getting NFL sniffs because he's 6-foot-6, but Durham is flat-out terrible and drop prone.
Knile Davis rushed nine times for 23 yards in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Chargers.
Davis got more playing time this week with Jamaal Charles not fully healthy. He finishes with 134 carries, 463 yards (3.46 YPC) and seven total touchdowns in 16 games (one start). Despite showing starting ability behind Charles, Davis doesn't project for a major increase to his role. He'll return as the top handcuff to Charles in 2015.
Eric Decker went berserk in the Jets' Week 17 upset of the Dolphins, parlaying 11 targets into 10 catches for 221 yards and a touchdown.
Decker missed some second-quarter snaps with a shoulder injury. He returned in the third quarter to whip Dolphins RCB Cortland Finnegan all over the field, including for a 74-yard touchdown. Decker's first year in New York was a success, quietly finishing with 74 catches for 962 yards and five scores. He may not be a "No. 1 wideout" in the truest sense, but he's awfully close. We'd argue Decker was less a "product of Peyton Manning" than many made him out to be. Decker is owed just $5 million in 2015 and will be safely back with the Jets, despite front-office turnover. He could prove to be a value pick in 2015 re-draft leagues, depending on which direction the Jets take at quarterback.
Nate Washington was held without a catch on three targets in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Colts.
Washington shed tears in the locker room after the game, knowing his NFL career could be over. He enters free agency as a 32-year-old (in August) receiver who posted a 40-647-2 line in 2014. Washington's best chance of latching on somewhere is as a Jason Avant kind of No. 4/5 receiver who is brought in for veteran leadership.