Preston Parker caught two passes for 20 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Ryan Tannehill completed 23-of-39 passes for 259 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Tannehill took a major leap in his first season under OC Bill Lazor, who designed a high-percentage offense and emphasized his quarterback getting rid of the football quickly. Tannehill may always be limited from a deep-ball standpoint, but he progressed over the course of the year and is a plus athlete, a trait Lazor consistently put to use on read-option plays and designed QB runs. Tannehill finished the season with a 27:12 TD-to-INT ratio and a completion rate of nearly 67.0. His 392 completions set a Dolphins single-season record. 26 years old, Tannehill is on the fringe of "franchise quarterback" status. He is owed just $2 million in 2015, a contract year for Tannehill. The Dolphins will likely begin extension talks soon.
Robert Woods caught 4-of-4 targets for 39 yards and a touchdown Week 17 against the Patriots.
Woods found open space in the end zone on the Bills' first drive of the game and Kyle Orton hit him for a six-yard score. It was Woods career-high fifth touchdown pass of the season, and he finished with 65 catches for 699 yards. Forced into more of a possession receiver role with Sammy Watkins on the other side of the field, Woods still managed to better his rookie numbers across the board. Woods should retain his role as the No. 2 in Buffalo next season.
Malcom Floyd had three catches for 29 yards in Week 17 against the Chiefs.
Floyd managed to post a 52/856/6 line this season, but averaged just three catches and 50 yards over the last five weeks. Due $3 million in 2015, Floyd should be back with the Chargers. The 33-year-old deep threat is a low-ceiling Dynasty hold with WR4/5 value in non-PPR leagues.
Jarvis Landry secured 5-of-9 targets for 55 yards in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
A second-round draft gem selected by first-year GM Dennis Hickey, Landry finished a promising first NFL campaign with 89 catches for 813 yards and five touchdowns. He also operated as the Fins' kickoff and punt returner and was solid in both roles. Landry projects as Miami's No. 2 receiver of the future and has the look of a player who could rack up 90-plus receptions on an annual basis. The pre-draft comparisons to Hines Ward were on point. We expect Landry's role to further increase as a sophomore. Despite limited speed and a lack of a vertical game, Landry will be an every-week WR3 in 2015 PPR leagues.
Jordan Reed caught 9-of-10 targets for 70 yards in the Redskins' Week 17 loss to the Cowboys.
The catches tied a season high, while the yards were Reed's third most of 2014. In between injuries, Reed continued to show the promise he flashed as a rookie, averaging 4.5 catches for 42 yards in the 11 games he managed to appear in. The problem, of course, is Reed's continued propensity for soft-tissue ailments, particularly hamstring. Reed's athletic upside will have him on the TE1 radar for 2015, but his downside is well established. Reed has missed 12 games across only two NFL seasons.
Larry Donnell caught two passes for 26 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Eagles.
Donnell came from off the pace to win the Giants' camp battle for the starting tight end job. But he immediately flashed starting ability, going 5-56-1 in Week 1 and finishing his breakout second season with 63-623-6. The Giants reportedly see "LD" as their long-term option at tight end, which will put him on the back-end TE1 radar in 2015. Just realize he'll have to share targets with Odell Beckham, Victor Cruz and Rueben Randle.
Brian Hartline caught five balls for 94 yards in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Hartline entered this one coming off back-to-back goose eggs. He finishes the season with 39 receptions, 474 yards, and two touchdowns. Although Hartline played a lot of snaps in first-year OC Bill Lazor's offense, his passing-game role was deservedly reduced. Owed nearly $6 million in 2015, Hartline seems like a long shot to return to the Dolphins, particularly after the emergence of rookie Jarvis Landry.