Following Sunday's win at New Orleans, Julio Jones (oblique) said he'll be "OK" for Week 17.
Jones wasn't 100 percent Sunday, but was healthy enough to put seven catches and a team-high 107 yards on the Saints. "I felt OK," he said. "I know I needed to be out there with my teammates. ... I felt pretty good: Not 100 percent, but it was good enough to go out there and get the W." We wouldn't expect Jones to practice much, if at all this week. But considering the Falcons are playing the Panthers for the NFC South next week, he'll almost certainly be starting again.
Marshawn Lynch missed the start of Sunday night's game due to an upset stomach.
Robert Turbin started, rushing for 28 yards on his first five carries. Lynch was late coming out of the locker room and remained sidelined for the first two series. He missed the entire first quarter before returning.
James Jones caught one pass for a three-yard touchdown in the Raiders' Week 16 win over the Bills.
He was targeted five times, but only reeled in the one for the Raiders' first score of the game. Jones was left wide open in the back of the end zone. Jones hasn't eclipsed 57 yards receiving in eight weeks, but has now scored six times. He and Mychal Rivera are favorites of Derek Carr in the red zone. The Raiders travel to Denver to wrap up the season in Week 17.
Tavon Austin caught one pass for 15 yards and rushed three times for 25 yards in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Giants.
Austin really hurt the team by having a first-quarter screen pass clang off his hands and get picked off by the Giants. the No. 8 overall pick in the 2013 draft remains a gadget player at best and now has just 29 catches on the season. The Rams finish up at Seattle in Week 17.
Scott Chandler caught four passes for 37 yards and one touchdown in the Bills' Week 16 win over the Raiders.
He was targeted six times on the day. On his touchdown, Chandler beat LB Ray-Ray Armstrong, who fell down on the play. It was Chandler's first end-zone visit since Week 12 and just his third score of the season. Chandler and the Bills head to Denver to wrap up the season in Week 17.
Stedman Bailey caught two passes for 22 yards in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Giants.
Bailey saw just five targets compared to 11 for Kenny Britt and seven for Jared Cook. So his roller coaster ride over the last six weeks continues, which is what happens when you're a complementary receiver in a poor passing game headed by Shaun Hill. Bailey and the Rams wrap the season at Seattle in Week 17.
Mychal Rivera caught one pass for five yards in the Raiders' Week 16 win over the Bills.
He was targeted four times. On his lone catch, Rivera fought hard for a first down. He was later targeted in the end zone, but Derek Carr overthrew him on the play. Rivera has flashed at times this season. He and the Raiders head to Denver to close out the season in Week 17.
Lance Kendricks caught two passes for 35 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Giants.
Kendricks exploited the seam nicely for a 23-yard score in the third quarter. The Rams No. 2 tight end takes a 26-230-5 line into the finale at Seattle.