Description: Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. capped off a terrific rookie season on Sunday.
Insight: There were a lot of great rookie wide receivers this season; none better than Beckham. He caught 12 passes for 185 yards and a touchdown in Week 17. Beckham played just 12 games and still gained 1,305 yards with 91 catches. He particularly turned it on late with seven touchdowns in the last four games. It is obviously very, very early, but Beckham is poised to be a top-five wide receiver option at the start of next year's fantasy season.
Description: Eagles rookie receiver Jordan Matthews had eight catches, 105 yards and a touchdown against the Giants.
Insight: Matthews capped off his rookie campaign on a big high note. Matthews really jelled with Mark Sanchez, so it will be interesting to see what 2015 brings. Matthews finished with 67 catches, 872 yards and eight touchdowns.
Description: Giants running back Andre Williams scored a touchdown in Week 17 but didn't do much else.
Insight: Williams had a 9-yard touchdown run, but he gained just 43 yards on 15 carries in the entire game versus the Eagles. Williams finished the season with 721 yards, but a yards per carry average below 3.4.
Description: Eagles running back LeSean McCoy just missed the 100-yard fantasy bonus.
Insight: McCoy gained 99 yards on 17 carries. McCoy added 15 more yards on one catch. In what was supposed to be a down year, McCoy still rushed for 1,319 yards, but unfortunately, he didn't score nearly as much with just five rushing touchdowns this year.
Description: Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez threw two touchdowns but still didn't avoid turning it over in Week 17.
Insight: Sanchez was 23-of-36 for 292 yards in addition to his two scores and interception. In the right situation, Sanchez could find a starting job and have success next season, but he still turns the ball over way too many times. Sanchez is likely better suited as a backup in a quarterback friendly system.
Description: Saints wide receiver Marques Colston caught a touchdown in Week 17.
Insight: Colston's touchdown proved to be the game-winner versus the Buccaneers. He caught just two passes for 51 yards, but Colston finished the season with over 900 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
Description: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham had six catches for 54 yards on Sunday.
Insight: Graham had an up-and-down 2014, but he led New Orleans in all receiving categories. Graham had 85 yards, 889 yards and 10 touchdowns. If owners are disappointed with that, then it is just simply because Graham has set the expectations so high due to his early success in his career.
Description: Buccaneers running back Doug Martin finished the 2014 season strong.
Insight: Martin didn't run well last week, but Martin did run for 96 yards two weeks ago, and finished the season with 108 yards on the ground against the Saints. That was Martin's first 100-yard game since Week 2 of 2013.
Description: Saints running back Mark Ingram had 14 carries for 57 yards and a touchdown.
Insight: Ingram had a 1-yard touchdown run at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Ingram had a very good season, finishing just shy of 1,000 yards with 964 yards and nine touchdowns. Let's hope he can stay healthy next season.
Description: Saints quarterback Drew Brees had another subpar performance on Sunday.
Insight: Brees threw three interceptions against the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brees was able to salvage the day with a touchdown to extend his streak and lift New Orleans to a victory. Brees finished with 281 passing yards to just miss 5,000 passing yards this season.
Description: Buccaneers quarterback Josh McCown completed 14-of-23 passes for 115 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
Insight: McCown finished with 2,206 yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 11 starts this season. Tampa Bay needs a franchise quarterback, and they will have the first overall pick to choose one.
Description: Patriots receiver Danny Amendola had his second straight game with at least four catches.
Insight: After a season-high eight catches and 63 yards last week, Amendola had four more catches and 24 yards in Week 17, though, Rob Gronkowski and Julian Edelman didn't play. It will be interesting to see how Amendola will be involved in the playoffs.
Description: Bills wideout Sammy Watkins had three catches for 57 yards against the Patriots.
Insight: Watkins had a pretty good rookie season, but for fantasy purposes, Watkins is boom-or-bust because he relies so much on the big play. Watkins finished just shy of 1,000 yards receiving with 982 on 65 catches and six touchdowns.
Description: Bills running back Fred Jackson rushed 18 times for 58 yards versus the Patriots.
Insight: It was pretty amazing to see Jackson do what he did as a 33-year-old running back. He didn't wow anybody with his numbers, but he was pretty reliable in big spots for the Bills and fantasy owners. Jackson gained 964 yards from scrimmage on 188 touches this season.
Description: Patriots quarterback Tom Brady played the first half, going 8-of-16 for 80 yards.
Insight: Brady and the Patriots said all week how important this game was to their team, but come Sunday, New England pretty much conceded the game. New England will still have home field advantage going to the Super Bowl.
Description: Bills quarterback Kyle Orton had a decent game, going 16-for-23 with 176 yards and a touchdown on Sunday.
Insight: Orton was a good game-manager for the Bills this season as they finished second in the AFC East with a 9-7 record, but look for Buffalo to upgrade the position next season. Orton didn't win many fantasy leagues this season.
Description: Bears tight end Martellus Bennett led Chicago with eight catches and 59 receiving yards on Sunday.
Insight: Say what you want about Bennett's poor blocking this season, he has been a very good receiving tight end in 2014. He finishes the season with 90 catches, 916 yards and six touchdowns. Both his catches and yards rank him in the top three among tight ends.
Description: Bears running back Matt Forte set a new NFL record for catches by a running back in a single-season with 102 in 2014.
Insight: Forte caught eight passes for 23 yards to reach the record. He also had 17 carries for 51 yards to surpass the 1,000-yard mark on the ground. Forte gained over 1,800 yards from scrimmage this season and was a PPR monster.
Description: Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen led Minnesota with 68 yards on Sunday.
Insight: I'm going to go out on a limb and say Thielen wasn't in many fantasy lineups this weekend. Teddy Bridgewater spread the ball around as three different receivers had three catches. Thielen was the only receiver with a touchdown.
Description: Vikings running back Matt Asiata rushed for 91 yards on 19 carries against the Bears.
Insight: Asiata has been an average replacement for Adrian Peterson. Asiata finished 2014 with 570 yards and nine touchdowns. With the nice touchdown numbers and low yardage totals, it appears Asiata would be better suited for a goal line role down the road.
Description: Bears quarterback Jay Cutler avoided any big mistakes and didn't make any big plays in Week 17.
Insight: Cutler did not throw an interception, yet completed just 23-of-36 passes for 172 yards and no touchdowns. It will be interesting to see where Cutler ends up playing next season. He will have a starting job somewhere.
Description: Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater completed 17-of-29 passes for 209 yards against the Bears.
Insight: Bridgewater also threw a touchdown and interception. We believe Bridgewater has been the most impressive rookie quarterback this season, and if Adrian Peterson comes back next season or other upgrades are made on offense, Bridgewater could be a decent late-round draft pick.
Description: Jets receiver Eric Decker had his best day as a New York Jet on Sunday.
Insight: Decker exploded for 10 catches and 221 yards with a touchdown in the final week of the season. Decker's touchdown was a 74-yard touchdown catch that came in the third quarter. Perhaps it is something to build upon for next season.
Description: Miami wideout Brian Hartline had five receptions for 94 yards in Week 17.
Insight: Hartline led the Dolphins in receiving on Sunday but didn't have the season owners would have liked as the rookie Jarvis Landry took over the WR2 role in Miami. Hartline had 39 catches for 474 yards.
Description: Dolphins running back Lamar Miller ended 2014 on a high note.
Insight: Miller rushed for 178 yards on 19 carries, including a 97-yard touchdown run. Miller had his injury issues this season, but he rushed for 270 yards in the final two weeks and ended the year with over 1,000 rushing yards.
Description: Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill had another decent fantasy day in Week 17.
Insight: Tannehill was 23-of-39 for 259 yards and a touchdown. The Jets, however, sacked Tannehill seven times. For anyone still doubting if the league is a passing league, Tannehill had a 4,000-yard passing season.
Description: Jets quarterback Geno Smith may be in the mist of his great stretch of his career.
Insight: Too bad the season is now over. Smith completed 20-of-25 passes for 358 yards and three touchdowns against the Dolphins. Perhaps that will save his job or Rex Ryan, but probably not. Smith still 13 touchdowns versus 13 interceptions in 14 starts this season.
Description: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers re-injuring the calf in the second quarter and had to be helped to the locker room, according to beat reporter Rob Demovsky.
Insight: He was running out of the pocket and pulled up without being hit. Rodgers was 6-of-9 for 97 yards and a touchdown to Randall Cobb. Update: Rodgers has returned, but his movement will be limited.
Description: Chargers tight end Antonio Gates did not have a target until late in the third quarter against the Chiefs.
Insight: Gates still had a decent day with four catches for 67 yards, but it was strange not to see Gates a bigger part of the game plan with the playoffs on the line. Perhaps the fact Philip Rivers only had eight pass attempts into the third quarter had something to do with that. Gates finished the season with 69 catches, 821 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Description: Chiefs running back De'Anthony Thomas was extremely productive in all phases of the game.
Insight: Thomas had a 18-yard rush, 28 receiving yards on three catches and 69 return yards versus the Chargers. Unfortunately, he wasn't a great start unless owners are in a league that count return yards.
Description: Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe nearly had the first touchdown for a Kansas City wide out this season.
Insight: Bowe was about six inches away from scoring a touchdown when he fumbled. Luckily, Travis Kelce recovered the fumble but that didn't help Bowe owners. Bowe finished with three catches for 30 yards. He was disappointing this season with 60 catches 754 yards and no touchdowns.
Description: Chargers receiver Eddie Royal benefited from the absence of Keenan Allen on Sunday.
Insight: Royal finished with four catches for 95 yards, but his touchdown in the fourth quarter was overturned and then on the next play, he let a pass hit him in the helmet and fall incomplete. Royal still had a decent season with 62 catches, 778 yards and seven touchdowns.
Description: Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce led the team in receiving against the Chargers.
Insight: Kelce had seven catches for 84 yards and recovered a fumble for a touchdown. Besides the fact he turns into Edward Scissorhands after receptions, Kelce is a great fantasy option at a very inconsistent position. Look to target him as a sleeper in 2015. Kelce finished the season leading the Chiefs in receiving yards, catches, and receiving touchdowns.
Description: Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles disappointed again in Week 17.
Insight: Charles is a top-five back, so for him to only have 13 carries for 54 yards, especially with a backup quarterback, is a big disappointment. Perhaps Charles didn't end the season 100 percent because it seemed like Andy Reid shied away from using his best offensive player,but that is just speculation on our part. Charles still eclipsed the 1,000 rushing yard mark with nine touchdowns this season.
Description: Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel played well in his second career NFL start.
Insight: Daniel started hot but completed just three of his final 10 passes. Daniel finished 16-of-27 for 157 yards. He didn't turn it over, however, he did take four sacks. With as bad as some starting and backup quarterbacks around the league have played this season, this was a nice performance.
Description: Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins must not get along with quarterback Case Keenum.
Insight: We kid, but it doesn seem a little weird that with Keenum under center, Andre Johnson has reassumed WR1 duties in Houston. Hopkins caught just two passes for five yards versus the Jaguars. After the 238 yard and two-touchdown day versus the Titans in Week 13, Hopkins had just 16 catches, 169 yards and no touchdowns over the final four games.
Description: Texans receiver Andre Johnson looked like a WR1 again in Week 17.
Insight: Johnson caught 10 passes for 134 yards and a touchdown versus the Jaguars. This can be viewed as a last horray for Johnson who mostly past the No. 1 wide out torch to DeAndre Hopkins, but Johnson can still be productive if drafted at the right time. Johnson had 85 catches for 936 yards and three touchdowns in 2014.
Description: Fantasy owners should forget about Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart.
Insight: Gerhart was the opening day starter for Jacksonville this season, yet only rushed for 326 rushing yards in 2014. Gerhart only averaged 3.2 yards per carry this year. Jacksonville will likely find a better running back even if he is an ex-collegiate quarterback.
Description: Jacksonville finally realized Jordan Todman is better than Toby Gerhart.
Insight: That's not really saying much because Gerhart has been about as good as a piece of trash this season. Todman carried the ball seven times for 52 yards against the Texans. He also caught a touchdown pass.
Description: Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles did better running the ball than he did throwing in Week 17.
Insight: Bortles led the team in rushing with 61 yards on three carries, but through the air, Bortles continued to struggle, completing 14-of-33 passes for 117 yards. He will likely get another season to develop, but he didn't look very good in his rookie season.
Description: After not winning a game last season, Texans quarterback Case Keenum went 2-0 in 2014.
Insight: Keenum went 25-for-35 for 250 yards, two touchdowns and an interception versus the Jaguars. The interception was almost costly as it was returned for a touchdown, but Houston still won, 23-17. Keenum could possibly in play in training camp for Houston next season.
Description: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a leg injury in the second quarter and had to be helped to the locker room.
Insight: He was running out of the pocket and pulled up without being hit. We await further word. Rodgers was 6-of-9 for 97 yards and a touchdown to Randall Cobb. Matt Flynn will replace him in the next series.
Description: Colts tight end Coby Fleener caught two touchdowns in Week 17.
Insight: Fleener has become a fantasy force since Dwyane Allen suffered his injury about a month ago. Fleener had five catches for 56 yards in addition to his two scores. He finished the season with eight touchdowns and should be targeted in the middle rounds next season.
Description: Washington receiver Pierre Garcon had a decent game Saturday versus Dallas.
Insight: Garcon caught a 47-yard pass, but did very little besides that. Garcon finished Week 17 with two catches for 53 yards. Overall, Garcon was very disappointing in 2014 with just 68 catches and 752 yards.
Description: Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson continued his hot streak to end the season.
Insight: Jackson caught another long pass for 69 yards and finished Week 17 with two catches, 86 yards and a touchdown. Jackson will remain a boom-or-bust player next season, but he should still get a lot more attention on draft day than he did this season.
Description: Cowboys backup running back Joseph Randle will be the top handcuff in fantasy next season.
Insight: That's, of course, assuming the Cowboys resign DeMarco Murray. Randle had just four carries versus Washington but gained 69 yards, rushing for a 65-yard touchdown. Randle finished with 51 carries and 343 rushing yards this season.
Description: Washington running back Alfred Morris had his worst game of the season with Robert Griffin III under center.
Insight: Morris has struggled with other quarterbacks playing beside Griffin this season, but this is only the second time Morris really didn't do well with Griffin starting. Morris gained 43 yards on 12 carries, but it was enough to reach the 1,000-yard mark for the season.
Description: Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III did not go out with a bang if Sunday was indeed his last start in the nation's capital.
Insight: Griffin was 27-of-41 with 336 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. Griffin did run for a score, which helped his fantasy total. It will be interesting to see what Washington does this offseason.
Description: Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo played the entire game against Washington in Week 17, throwing for 299 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.
Insight: It's too bad Romo missed the 300-yard bonus, but he had a good day overall. He continues to look for Dez Bryant, which is always a good idea. Romo didn't have as many yards in years past, 3,705, but he finished 2014 with 34 touchdowns and only nine interceptions.
Description: Ravens wideout Torrey Smith had a nice afternoon in Week 17.
Insight: Smith caught just four passes but for 83 yards and a touchdown. His 53-yard catch seemed to awake a sleeping Ravens team, and it set up his own score. Smith finished with 11 touchdowns in 2014.
Description: Browns receiver Taylor Gabriel caught three passes for 66 yards against the Ravens.
Insight: Gabriel had a 49-yard catch early in the second quarter, but that was about it. The Browns didn't have much to offer in the receiving game especially with undrafted rookie quarterback Connor Shaw under center.
Description: Ravens running back Justin Forsett ended up with decent numbers in Week 17.
Insight: Forsett had 17 carries and 199 yards, which totaled an average of 7.0 yard per carry. Forsett didn't run that well as it took several big runs, including a 32-yarder, in the fourth quarter to get to that total. Even still, fantasy owners don't really care. Forsett finished with 1,266 rushing yards and an average of over 5.3 yards per carry.
Description: Undrafted rookie quarterback Connor Shaw was ok in his first NFL start.
Insight: Shaw didn't make any huge mistakes like Johnny Manziel did although he did fumble a snap and throw an interception. Shaw was 14-of-28 for 177 yards. The Browns finished the season with three offensive touchdowns in their last four games and losers in their final five games.
Description: Texans running back Arian Foster left Sunday's game towards the end of the first quarter with a hamstring injury.
Insight: Foster missed the final series of the quarter as he went to the locker room. Alfred Blue and Jonathan Grimes will share the backfield duties while Foster is out. Blue already scored a rushing touchdown in the second quarter.
Description: Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Insight: Not a surprise here as Rivers with the playoffs on the line. Rivers was listed as probable with chest and back injuries, but that was likely just a formality. Rivers is a low-end QB1 against a tough Chiefs defense on the road.
Description: Patriots wideout Julian Edelman is inactive for Sunday's game against Buffalo.
Insight: It's a meaningless game for the Pats and they are using discretion. Rob Gronkowski is also sitting making Brandon LeFell and backup TE Tim Wright viable options for Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo.
Description: Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (hand) is active for Week 17 and is expected to work a normal game.
Insight: Murray rushed 22 times for 58 yards and a touchdown last weekend and could play an entire game if things fall right on the scoreboard. he could also sit it they have no chance to get a first-round bye.
Description: Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is questionable for Week 17.
Insight: Charles has been limited in practice for some time now with ankle and hamstring issues. With Kansas City needing to win to make the playoffs though, we expect Charles to still play and be a major factor without Alex Smith.
Description: Falcons running back Jacquizz Rodgers is expected to start at running back with Stephen Jackson injured.
Insight: Rodgers is a better pass blocker than Devonta Freeman, so Rodgers will start and play a majority of the snaps. Freeman will rotate in and see a decent amount of opportunities. Rodgers had 11 carries and 29 yards last week, but Freeman was more explosive as he ran for a 36 yards on five rushes, including a 31-yard touchdown.
Description: Undrafted quarterback Connor Shaw will make his first NFL start this Sunday against the Ravens.
Insight: With Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer both injured, the Browns will hand the starting quarterback role to Shaw. Although it is a long shot for Shaw to become a full-time starter, with Cleveland still searching for a quarterback, this start can be viewed as an audition. For daily leagues, Shaw will be a great bargain and maybe he can put up a good day with the help of Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron against a beat up Ravens secondary.
Description: Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has been ruled out for Week 17 against the Chargers due to a lacerated spleen.
Insight: Smith suffered the injury in Week 16's game against the Steelers, but he was able to finish the game. There is only an outside shot the Chiefs make the playoffs, however, even if they do, Smith will be out six weeks with this injury and probably won't be able to return until the Super Bowl. Chase Daniel, who has a similar skillset to Smith, will start versus the Chargers in a must-win game.
Description: Running back LeGarrette Blount (shoulder) did not play on Sunday, but was on the practice field Werdnesday.
Insight: Blount could play Sunday, but with nothing to play for the Pats are more likely to hold him out for the playoffs. Jonas Gray and Shane Vereen are the other options. Good luck trying to figure out what Coach Bill Belichick is going to do.
Description: Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders was only a partial participant in Wednesday's practice due to a hip issue.
Insight: Sanders shook off the flu to catch six of seven passes for 70 yards and two scores last weekend. He's posting the best numbers of his career (95-1,331-9) and is perfect in the "Eric Decker" role.
Description: Falcons receiver Julio Jones didn't practice Wednesday, but is still expected to play in the big game Sunday.
Insight: He had seven receptions for 107 yards on eight targets last weekend without practice. He's likely to be conservative about practice this week too, so don't let this stop you from starting him against Carolina in Week 17.
Description: Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel will have a "chance to compete" for next season's starting gig, according to coach Mike Pettine.
Insight: That's not a great endorsement and it makes Manziel a gamble to keep in dynasty leagues. He'll have to grow up and work harder at his profession if he wants to make it as an NFL quarterback. He can't slide through on just his talent alone like he did in college. Hopefully, he's learned that lesson in this rookie season.
Description: The Minnesota Vikings have waived running back Ben Tate.
Insight: It wasn't that long ago that fantasy owners we excited about Ben Tate leading the Cleveland running attack (preseason ADP 58.6 at fantasyfootballcalculator). That was an epic fail as was his time in Minnesota.
Description: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is still dealing with a calf injury that limits him movement, but he's going to play Sunday in the showdown with Detroit.
Insight: He was 31-of-40 for 318 yards and a 108.1 passer rating versus Tampa Bay last Sunday. It's a much tougher defense he faces Sunday, but with a lot riding on the game, Rodgers will be in the lineup.
Description: Bengals receiver Mohamed Sanu had just one catch for 16 yards against Denver.
Insight: With A.J. Green hurting, you would have thought the team would turn to Sanu, but instead they targeted Jermaine Gresham and Giovani Bernard. Sanu has been silent for much of the second half of 2014.
Description: Bengals running back Jeremy Hill put the Bengals on his back and carries them to a key victory Monday night.
Insight: Hill led Cincinnati with 22 carries and 147 yards and a touchdown, including an 85-yard run to get them going. If not for Odell Beckham Jr., Hill would be the 2014 NFL Rookie of the Year. Hill has 395 yards rushing and three scores over the past two weekends.
Description: Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was completely off his game Monday night against Cincinnati.
Insight: Manning still threw for 311 yards and a pair of touchdown strikes to Emmanuel Sanders, but he was also picked off four times. The rain didn't help, but it was a sieve-like offensive line that hurt the most.
Description: Bengals receiver A.J. Green hurt his shoulder on a pick-six in the first quarter of Monday night's game against the Broncos. UPDATE: Green returned after missing eight plays.
Insight: The Andy Dalton throw was high, which exposed Green to a big hit. Green has not returned yet, but he is listed as questionable, and it appears he will come back into the game. Owners really need him back into the game for the last game of championship week.
Description: Colts coach Chuck Pagano announced Indianapolis will play their starters in Week 17 versus the Titans according to the Indianapolis Star.
Insight: Indianapolis will either be a No. 3 or 4 seed for the AFC playoffs, so there is very little to play for in Week 17, but the Colts are likely trying to build some momentum heading into the postseason. The Colts stars will be in play for fantasy purposes.
Description: Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is out for Week 17.
Insight: It's obviously a little unfair to call Manziel a bust after two games, but he had an awful game versus the Bengals and then left with an injury versus the Panthers to end one of the worst seasons for an overhyped first-round pick. Again, it was one game, but he needs to dramatically improve his pocket presence and throwing technique which could be hard with an average arm at best. His big play ability is also somewhat limited because the speed of the NFL game is so much faster than college football. We do not expect Manziel to be the opening day starter for Cleveland next season.
Description: Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen suffered a concussion against the Lions on Sunday and will miss Week 17 according to the Chicago Tribune.
Insight: Clausen took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Detroit defensive lineman Ziggy Ansah, but didn't miss a snap. Clausen, however, went to the hospital after the game. Jay Cutler will be back under center for Week 17 against the Vikings.
Description: Bears kicker Robbie Gould sdaid he will not be ready for Week 17.
Insight: Jay Feely will continue to kick for Chicago, but didn't have any field goal opportunities in Week 16 with Jimmy Clausen at quarterback. Of course, Feely didn't get any field goal tries the previous two games with Jay Cutler under center either.
Description: Giants running back Andre Williams rushed for 110 yards on 26 carries.
Insight: That's his second 100-yard game in the last three contests. If he can somehow start to get involved in the passing game he could be a more consistent performance, but we like what we see of his running ability.
Description: Giants quarterback Eli Manning had a great day versus St. Louis at the perfect time for his fantasy owners.
Insight: Manning went 25-of-32 for 391 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions. That's six touchdowns and no turnovers over the past two games. Brother Peyton will be hard-pressed to match Sunday's numbers.
Description: Bills quarterback Kyle Orton benefitted from two fourth quarter drives, one in garbage time, to post solid fantasy numbers.
Insight: Orton was 32-of-49 with 329 yards three touchdowns and two interceptions. Losing to Oakland was certainly unexpected, but Orton's passing totals were about what fantasy owners thought he could do against an Oakland defense that has yielded 405 points.