Marcel Reece rushed one time for 11 yards and caught three passes for 30 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Jonathan Stewart rushed for 49 yards on 13 carries in the Panthers' Week 17 win over the Falcons.
Eric Ebron caught 2-of-7 targets for 38 yards in the Lions' Week 17 loss to the Packers.
Marshawn Lynch rushed for 64 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries in the Seahawks' Week 17 win over the Rams.
He added three catches for 36 yards. On Lynch's touchdown run, his career-best 13th of the season, the middle of the Seahawks' offensive line opened up a gaping hole from nine yards out in the fourth quarter, allowing Lynch to walk into the end zone untouched. He and the Seahawks get a much-needed bye as the NFC's top seed for the playoffs. Lynch has battled a back injury for much of the year.
Theo Riddick caught 5-of-7 targets for 34 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' Week 17 loss to the Packers.
Riddick was held without a rushing attempt. A second-year sixth rounder, Riddick's 367 yards from scrimmage were 316 more than he managed as a rookie, but he still enters the postseason as a distant third on the depth chart behind Joique Bell and Reggie Bush. He won't be a compelling DFS play against the Cowboys in the Wild Card round.
Maurice Jones-Drew had zero touches in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Jones-Drew was laughably signed to a three-year, $7.5 million contract last offseason. The only ones who didn't know he was washed up were the Raiders, who quickly found out. MJD fell behind Darren McFadden and then Latavius Murray on the depth chart, finishing with a grand total of 96 rushing yards on 2.23 YPC for the entire season. He'll be cut by Oakland shortly and his NFL career is in jeopardy. Jones-Drew will turn 30 in March.
Golden Tate caught 3-of-5 targets for 45 yards in Detroit's Week 17 loss to the Packers.
The three-catch day leaves Tate one short of 100 for the regular season. Nevertheless, he heads into the postseason tournament with a career best 1,331 yards. That's 433 more than he ever posted in Seattle. Tate has established himself as one of the league's very best No. 2 receivers.
Reggie Bush rushed five times for 19 yards in the Lions' Week 17 loss to the Packers, adding three catches for 22 yards.
Bush closes the book on an injury-plagued regular season with just 550 yards from scrimmage in 11 games. He'll change Joique Bell's pace against the Cowboys in the Wild Card round.