Isaiah Crowell rushed 16 times for 55 yards in the Browns' Week 16 loss to the Panthers.
After Terrance West started last week, Crowell got the first-team nod in this one. The Browns generated no running room aside from on a 26-yard gain by Crowell early in the third quarter. West finished Sunday's loss with zero touches. Crowell appears to have secured lead back duties entering a Week 17 date with Baltimore.
Josh McCown completed 12-of-26 passes for 147 yards and an interception in the Bucs' Week 16 loss to Packers.
McCown led the Bucs to four three-and-outs and negative yards on the first six possessions. He was sacked seven times, with his interception coming on an attempted shovel pass to Charles Sims to end the game. The Bucs will close out the season against Saints.
Marquess Wilson caught seven passes for 66 yards in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Lions.
Wilson again played every snap outside of a brief absence to work through a knee bruise. But he didn't get any deep shots, instead consistently working underneath on slants and comeback routes. He dropped two of his 10 targets. Still, we've seen enough from Wilson to think he can at least be a solid No. 3 receiver in this league. The Bears wrap the season against the Vikings next week.
Andrew Hawkins secured 1-of-4 targets for 28 yards in the Browns' Week 16 loss to the Panthers.
Hawkins' lone reception came deep down the middle on a pass from Johnny Manziel. "Baby Hawk" has seen a reduced role since Josh Gordon returned, and doesn't figure to be a major factor in Week 17 against the Ravens.
Alex Smith completed 31-of-45 passes for 311 yards in Kansas City's 20-12, Week 16 loss to the Steelers.
He added two rushes for 14 yards. It was a typical Smith game, as he refused to take shots down the field, and too often tucked the ball and ran. The latter was a big part of the reason Smith was rung up for six sacks. Smith simply refuses to attempts passes into tight windows, and it cost the Chiefs big time today. On one of Smith's rare deep balls, he overshot Albert Wilson on what would have been a 65-yard touchdown. Smith avoids turnovers, but his total unwillingness to shoot for big plays makes him a hard sell at $76 million. Kansas City hosts the Chargers in a pivotal divisional game in Week 17.
Eddie Lacy had 17 carries for 99 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 16 win over the Bucs.
Lacy broke a tackle and powered his way to a 44-yard touchdown in the first quarter. He gained consistent yardage against the Bucs all game, averaging 5.8 YPC. Lacy went over 1,000 yards on the season with the performance. The Packers rested him late with a leg injury, but he shouldn't miss any practice time.
Josh Gordon secured 4-of-7 targets for 45 yards in the Browns' Week 16 loss to the Panthers.
Gordon had an early six-yard reception overturned when replay showed the ball hit the ground. He came back to record a handful of short receptions when Brian Hoyer entered the game in the second quarter, replacing Johnny Manziel (hamstring). Gordon will close out a suspension-shortened third NFL season against the Ravens' leaky secondary in Week 17. It's probably good news for Gordon's statistical outlook that Hoyer is back under center.
Alshon Jeffery caught six passes for 72 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Lions.
Jeffery caught a severe case of the dropsies and ended up with an absurd five of them. On the last one, he was grasping his head in disbelief before the ball even hit the ground. Jeffery still had a nice fantasy day, getting targeted on lots of wide receiver screens and hauling in a 20-yard scoring pass from a cool and collected Jimmy Clausen in the third quarter. The Bears wrap the season against the Vikings next week.