Eli Manning completed 28-of-53 passes for 429 yards with one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Jace Amaro caught 3-of-4 targets for 34 yards in the Jets' Week 17 win over the Dolphins.
The 49th overall pick in last May's draft, Amaro completed his nondescript rookie year with 38 catches for 345 yards and two touchdowns. Amaro didn't show much field-stretching ability, but is a quality possession-receiver prospect and a likely building block for the Jets' organization. The club will hope for a 2015 step forward from Amaro as its tight end of the future, although Amaro's statistical outlook is tough to gauge with so much uncertainty in New York's front office and at quarterback. We suspect he'll improve to the point where Amaro will become a fantasy TE2 option as a sophomore.
Dolphins rookie RB Damien Williams caught two passes for 22 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Jets.
He was quiet in the finale, but Williams showed some promise as a reserve behind Lamar Miller, rushing 36 times for 122 yards with 21 receptions. He primarily played a third-down-back role. Williams is a favorite in the metrics community based on his superior measurables, and they translated to the field as the 2014 season progressed. He should have a legitimate chance to open next season as the Dolphins' clear No. 2 back behind Miller. Williams is worth owning across the board in Dynasty leagues. He's big, athletic, and versatile, and he's just 22 years old.
Travis Kelce caught seven passes for 84 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Chargers.
Kelce's touchdown was a fumble recovery in the end-zone. He'll finish 2014 with a 67/862/6 line, clearly establishing himself as Alex Smith's No. 1 option in the second half. Despite losing snaps to in-line TE Anthony Fasano, Kelce was second on the team behind only Dwayne Bowe with 81 targets. Kelce will return as a top-ten fantasy tight end in 2015.
Daniel Thomas rushed once for a one-yard touchdown and caught one pass for one yard in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Thomas scored an early goal-line touchdown and was otherwise quiet. The pedestrian veteran finished the season with 44 carries for 168 yards (3.82 YPC) and two TDs. Thomas was initially cut by the Dolphins, but re-signed when they lost Knowshon Moreno. If 27-year-old Thomas has a future in the league, it's as a low-end No. 2 or higher-end No. 3 running back.
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-calf injury.
He's officially questionable to return. In the midst of throwing a four-yard touchdown to Randall Cobb, Rodgers went down untouched. He was helped to the sideline before briefly attempting to walk the injury off. He was then carted to the locker room with two minutes remaining in the first half. It's the same leg that Rodgers tweaked in Week 16. It's possible Rodgers simply headed in for early treatment, but it had the looks of a potentially game-ending injury. That would make a victory for the Pack absolutely imperative, as it would give their franchise player a first-round bye, and week to rest. Matt Flynn will check in if Rodgers is done for the day.
Odell Beckham caught 12 passes for 185 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's 34-26 Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
The Eagles secondary had no prayer against one of the best offensive rookies we've ever seen. In just 12 games, Beckham posted 91 catches, 1,305 yards, 12 touchdowns and seven 100-yard games -- doing it even though a nasty hamstring pull sidelined him for the entire offseason program plus training camp. The massive production is definitely not a fluke, as he gets open at will with elite route-running ability, has the speed to put defensive backs on skates and can win at the catch point. Next year, Beckham will pair with Victor Cruz (if healthy) and Rueben Randle to form one of the league's most dangerous wide receiver coprs. ODB is a lock first-round fantasy pick and has an excellent case to be the first WR off the board.
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.