Charles Clay secured 5-of-6 targets for 45 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Clay finishes his contract year with 58 receptions for 605 yards and three touchdowns. He battled a knee injury for most of the season and struggled to establish a consistent role in first-year OC Bill Lazor's system. When healthy, Clay is one of the league's most underrated H-back/tight ends. He turns 26 in February. If the Fins let Clay hit the free agent market, he should generate plenty of interest because of his versatility. The Fins would be smarter to "buy low" and lock up Clay for the next few seasons.
Dontrelle Inman caught five passes for 79 yards in Week 17 against the Chiefs.
Inman was the No. 3 receiver with Keenan Allen sidelined. He had at least 70 yards over the final two games and will be a candidate for a bigger role next season. A former CFL star, Inman should return as one of San Diego's top four wideouts.
Dolphins TE Dion Sims secured 2-of-4 targets for 15 yards in Miami's Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Sims finishes his second NFL season with 24 catches, 284 yards, and a pair of TDs. He flashed quality starting-caliber ability in spot starts when Charles Clay battled a knee injury this year. Also a plus blocker, Sims is one of the NFL's top No. 2 tight ends. With Clay headed for offseason free agency, Sims could be a sneaky low-end TE1 in 2015 if Clay is allowed to walk.
Rashad Jennings rushed 10 times for 33 yards and caught three passes for 21 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Jennings fought back from his latest nick (this time an ankle sprain) to play in this meaningless finale. He was strong when healthy in his first year as a Giant, but wilted badly late on the weight of both ankle and knee issues. It's a terrible sign for a 29-year-old running back who has a history of injuries. Jennings finishes with 167 carries for 639 yards (3.82 YPC) and four touchdowns, as well as 30 catches for 226 yards. He will be back for the second year of his contract, but he'll be hard to count on as more than a timeshare back with Andre Williams.
Eddie Royal had four catches for 95 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Chiefs.
He also had a touchdown overturned by replay. An impending free agent, Royal's future with the Chargers is up in the air. He's averaged 55 catches, 705 yards, and eight touchdowns the last two seasons and should be able to land a multi-year deal in free agency.
Mike Wallace was held catch-less on one target in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Wallace appeared to be benched in the third quarter of Sunday's game, for unknown reasons. On Sunday afternoon, NFL Network's Albert Breer reported Wallace was benched for "attitude problems." Nevertheless, Wallace's first season under OC Bill Lazor was a success. He showed top-notch red-zone skills, securing a career-high 10 touchdown passes and catching 67 balls for 862 yards. Ryan Tannehill's deep-ball limitations curb Wallace's upside, but he will continue to be an every-week fantasy WR2/3 in 2015 assuming the Fins don't upgrade the wide receiver position. And they have more pressing needs elsewhere. Wallace turned 28 in August and should have at least two quality seasons left.
Anthony Dixon rushed seven times for 27 yards and a touchdown Week 17 against the Patriots.
Dixon was clearly second fiddle to Fred Jackson against New England, but he was given the team's only goal-line chance early in the second quarter. Dixon converted for his second touchdown of the season. A plodding pile mover, Dixon finishes 2014 with 432 yards on 105 carries (4.1 YPC). With Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller both potential free agents, Dixon could have a role in the Bills offense in 2015.
Marques Colston caught 2-of-7 targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in New Orleans' Week 17 win over the Bucs.
Colston's 36-yard touchdown came with just 1:57 remaining, giving the Saints a lead they would not relinquish. For the second-straight year, Colston heated up down the stretch of a disappointing season, but like 2013, finishes short of 1,000 yards. Colston closes the book on 2014 the owner of a 59/902/5 line. Both the yards and catches are his fewest since his injury-shortened 2008. Going on 32, Colston can remain an effective role player for the Saints' prolific offense, but he's fading to permanent WR3 status as a fantasy option. Even that may be optimistic with promising young wideouts Brandin Cooks and Kenny Stills both returning for 2015. Due $6.9 million for a cap-strapped team, Colston could be asked to take a pay cut.