Shane Vereen rushed six times for 38 yards in the Patriots' Week 16 win over the Jets, adding a 12-yard reception.
Brian Hoyer secured 7-of-13 passes for 134 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the Browns' Week 16 loss to the Panthers.
Hoyer entered Sunday's game in the second quarter after Johnny Manziel suffered a hamstring injury. He took three sacks among 16 dropbacks, but did lead two scoring drives, one ending in a field goal and the other a Jordan Cameron 81-yard touchdown. Manziel seems unlikely to play in the Browns' regular season finale, which would give Hoyer the start against Baltimore.
Geno Smith completed 17-of-27 passes for 210 yards, one touchdown and an interception in the Jets' 17-16, Week 16 loss to the Patriots.
Smith added three rushes for nine yards. Smith wasn't bad in what was generally a slugfest, but his pick was an ill-advised throw off his back foot as he was getting sacked. Smith lost Percy Harvin midway through the third quarter to a rib injury. Smith has quietly played something approaching well over the past three weeks, but still hasn't shown nearly enough for the Jets to commit to him for 2015. The Jets travel to Miami for their 2014 finale in Week 17.
Martellus Bennett caught one pass for zero yards in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Lions.
Bennett was targeted just three times while Alshon Jeffery and Marquess Wilson combined for 25. That may have been part of the gameplan as a Bears offensive line without Kyle Long tried to protect Jimmy Clausen. In the previous four games, Bennett averaged 9.7 targets per day. The Bears wrap the season against the Vikings next week.
Terrance West didn't touch the football in the Browns' Week 16 loss to the Panthers.
Isaiah Crowell (16-55) was the Browns' lead ball carrier, while Shaun Draughn played ahead of West in third-down situations. West's deletion from the Browns' offense was not foreseeable, and his usage going forward is unknown. The Browns will close out the season against the Ravens in Week 17.
Joe Flacco completed just 21-of-50 passes for 195 yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions in the Ravens' 25-13, Week 16 loss to the Texans.
Flacco was brutal all afternoon, and now the 9-6 Ravens are behind the eight ball in the AFC playoff picture. They're currently the first team out behind the No. 6-seed Chargers. All three of Flacco's interceptions came in Ravens territory, setting the Texans up for easy points. He was picked off on back-to-back passes in the first half and missed open receivers ad nauseam. It didn't help that Flacco couldn't step into his passes because of the havoc J.J. Watt and Jared Crick were wreaking on Baltimore's offensive line. It led to arguably Flacco's worst game of his career. The Ravens have to beat the Browns at home in Week 17.
Tom Brady completed 23-of-35 passes for 182 yards, one touchdown and an interception in the Patriots' 17-16, Week 16 win over the Jets.
Missing security blanket Julian Edelman, Brady was under siege from the opening whistle. Looking to get coach Rex Ryan one more upset of arch-nemesis Bill Belichick, the Jets treated the game like the Super Bowl, getting in Brady's face to the tune of four sacks, and countless other pressures. Brady's pick was an ill-advised pass in the face of the rush. New England was lucky to escape with a victory. The Pats have now clinched at least a first-round bye, and will earn home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a Broncos loss to the Bengals on Monday Night Football.
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.