Lance Dunbar rushed once for four yards in the Cowboys' Week 17 win over the Redskins.
Dunbar wasn't targeted in the passing game. He'll operate as a reserve satellite back behind DeMarco Murray during the postseason.
Jason Avant caught one pass for seven yards in Week 17.
Avant was a non-factor behind Dwayne Bowe and Travis Kelce. An impending free agent, 31-year-old Avant should struggle to attract interest this offseason.
Joseph Randle rushed four times for 69 yards and a touchdown in Dallas' Week 17 win over the Redskins.
He added a three-yard reception. With the Redskins packing it in late, Randle burst through the hole for a 65-yard score with 1:40 remaining. He'll continue to operate as DeMarco Murray's breather back during the postseason.
Chris Hogan caught 1-of-3 targets for three yards Week 17 against the Patriots.
Hogan was a revelation as the Bills' slot receiver, gaining 426 yards and four scores on 41 catches across essentially 12 games. Hogan excelled in the slot in 2014, but that could be the domain of Robert Woods next season as the Bills look to upgrade their receiver corps. An exclusive rights free agent, the Bills will almost certainly retain Hogan for 2015, but his role is uncertain.
Albert Wilson was held without a catch in Week 17.
He finished with only three targets. Wilson replaced Donnie Avery as the No. 2 receiver in Week 14 and was averaging four catches and 70 yards over his previous three games. His season ends with16 catches for 260 yards. An undrafted rookie, Wilson has played his way into the Chiefs' 2015 plans.
LeSean McCoy rushed 17 times for 99 yards and caught one pass for 15 yards in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Giants.
Cole Beasley caught 6-of-9 targets for 57 yards in the Cowboys' Week 17 win over the Redskins.
A 2012 undrafted free agent, Beasley closes the book on his third NFL season with new career highs in yards (420) and touchdowns (four). He replaced Terrance Williams as the Cowboys' No. 2 receiver down the stretch. He'll be a low-cost DFS option during the postseason.
Jason Witten caught 4-of-6 targets for 49 yards in Dallas' Week 17 win over the Redskins.
Witten closes the book on the regular season the owner of a 64/703/5 line. Both the catches and yards are his fewest since 2006.