Michael Crabtree played six snaps Week 16 against the Chargers, exiting the game in the second quarter.
Crabtree came into the game questionable with a knee injury, but did not appear to aggravate the injury before exiting. Crabtree played sparingly if at all in the second quarter and did not touch the field in the second half. He did not record a stat. After Crabtree was vocal about his perceived lack of involvement in the offense earlier in the season, it is certainly possible his absence was not injury related.
Brandon Flowers briefly left Week 16 against the 49ers with a right ankle injury.
Flowers had his ankle stepped on by a teammate at the end of a second-quarter run. He was able to walk off the field under his own power, but did not re-enter the game in the first half. He was able to return after the break.
Chargers CB Shareece Wright exited Week 16 against the 49ers with an apparent head injury.
Wright took a big hit to the side of his helmet trying to prevent Bruce Ellington from scoring late in the second quarter. Wright stayed down on the turf for several minutes before being escorted into the locker room. Brandon Flowers also left late in the second quarter, leaving the Chargers with only two healthy corners.
Andre Roberts had one catch for 14 yards in Week 16 against the Eagles.
It was a rough night for Roberts, who also lost a fumble on the opening kickoff of the second half. Roberts can continue to be avoided in fantasy leagues.
Riley Cooper caught five passes for 53 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's Week 16 loss to Washington.
Cooper scored on a three-yard fade in the second quarter, and later beat Redskins CB E.J. Biggers for a 16-yard touchdown. He was targeted seven times by Mark Sanchez. Cooper will take a 53/540/3 line into the regular season finale against the Giants.
Jordan Reed was held to two catches for five yards in Saturday's Week 16 win over the Eagles.
He was targeted four times. Reed is averaging just three catches for 14 yards over the last three games. He can't be trusted as more than a TE2 option despite a favorable Week 17 matchup with Dallas.
Darren Sproles had four carries for 24 yards in Saturday's Week 16 loss to the Redskins.
He added six catches for 43 yards. It's the most yards in the last seven games for Sproles, who finished behind only Zach Ertz with nine targets. Sproles won't be more than a boom-or-bust FLEX option for Week 17.
Jeremy Maclin caught four passes for 62 yards in Saturday's Week 16 loss to the Redskins.
Maclin was mostly a non-factor, finishing with just six targets. He hasn't had more than four catches in a game since Week 13 and has seen his production decline with Mark Sanchez. Maclin will be more of low-end WR2 for Week 17 against the Giants.