BONUS: WR Josh Gordon, Browns (ESPN: 66 percent; Yahoo: 72 percent): Gordon should be owned in all leagues. The talent that excited everyone three years ago clearly remains.
BONUS: RB Derrick Henry, Titans (ESPN: 61 percent; Yahoo: 71 percent): Henry also should be owned in all leagues. At worst, he deserves weekly flex consideration. At best, he has RB2 upside and will eventually be a RB1 in fantasy once DeMarco Murray is in his rearview.
BONUS: TE Cameron Brate, Buccaneers (ESPN: 57 percent; Yahoo: 55 percent): New rule: If Jameis Winston is under center, Brate has value in fantasy.
BONUS: QB Blake Bortles, Jaguars (ESPN: 21 percent; Yahoo: 34 percent): I know, I know. However, Bortles has only had one poor fantasy performance since Week 7 and he faces Houston and San Francisco Weeks 15 and 16. If you've been streaming quarterbacks all season, he should be in consideration going forward.
RB David Johnson, Cardinals: He's still owned in over half of all leagues. He's not playing another down this season.
WR Jeremy Maclin, Ravens: Maclin has surpassed 56 receiving yards only once this season and hasn't caught a touchdown since Week 8.
TE Jordan Reed, Redskins: It's not like Reed has set the world on fire when he's been active. You simply can't trust him during the playoffs.
WR Kelvin Benjamin, Bills: Even if Benjamin is capable of playing, his quarterback will likely be rookie Nathan Peterman.
RB Ameer Abdullah, Lions: Abdullah had averaged 2.5 yards per carry or fewer in four of his last five games before suffering a neck injury.
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