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12/29:Colin Kaepernick has averaged 247.8 total yards per game this season for the 2-13 49ers. He is 1-9 as the starter and will be a free agent at the end of the year. Kaepernick has created some value for himself heading into the offeseason, scoring 17 total touchdowns and throwing only four interceptions. But his completion percentage (57.9%) paired with his yards per attempt (6.56) does not lend itself to a skill-set that can lead an explosive, modern NFL offense. Kaepernick will go up against a Seattle defense that is gearing up for the playoffs and has allowed only 15 touchdowns to quarterbacks all season. Seattle has allowed the second most rushing touchdowns to quarterbacks but Kaepernick will have very little value in fantasy in Week 17.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: San Francisco 49ers
12/29:Justin Tucker has made 37 of 38 field goals this season for the Ravens. He also has made all 26 of his extra point attempts. Tucker is trying to catch the Falcons Matt Bryant for leading scorer among kickers in fantasy, according to NFL.com. Tucker also leads the NFL with 24 field goals made from 40 yards or more. The Ravens at season's end will look back and Tucker certainly will garner major 'Team MVP' consideration. Tucker is a must-start this weekend against the Bengals.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Breshad Perriman on the season has 29 receptions for 437 yards and three touchdowns. There are two things that Perriman has accomplished that should please Ravens fans: stay healthy and make a few plays. This week the Ravens will go up against a Bengals defense that has allowed the second fewest points to wide receivers this season. Perriman made only one catch against the Bengals five weeks ago but it was a 14-yard touchdown catch. Perriman should not be fantasy viable in Week 17.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Dennis Pitta on the season has 638 yards and leads the Ravens with 75 receptions. It has been one of Pitta's finer seasons despite only catching two touchdowns. He has been healthy all season and a consistent safety net for quarterback Joe Flacco. This week he has an excellent matchup against a Bengals defense that has allowed almost 10 fantasy points a game to tight ends, per NFL.com. Pitta caught only three passes for 34 yards against the Bengals over a month ago but has some borderline TE1 value in Week 17.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Kenneth Dixon has totaled 394 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns in his last six games. Since making his return from a knee injury earlier in the season, Dixon's presence in the Ravens offense has increased each week. It's to the point where Dixon handles the running duties for entire drives during the course of games. The arrow is pointing up for Dixon heading into the offseason, and he should enter training camp in 2017 as the Ravens' lead running back. The Ravens take on a Bengals defense that has allowed only eight rushing touchdowns all season.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Terrance West will be looking to crack 1,000 yards from scrimmage in the Ravens' final game of the season. He has rushed for 756 yards and has 30 receptions for 219 yards. His rushing yards and six total touchdowns this year are both career highs. But his numbers have slacked in the second half of the year due to usurped playing time by the up-and-coming running back Kenneth Dixon. The 22nd ranked fantasy running back will take on a Bengals defense that has allowed only eight rushing touchdowns all season. West is a touchdown-dependent RB4 in Week 17.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Steve Smith says he is "89 percent sure" he will retire at season's end, per NFL.com. It would mark the end of a fantastic career for the veteran receiver. This season, despite missing a few games, No. 89 has 67 receptions for 765 yards and five touchdowns. Smith still is a huge part of the Ravens' offense but will go up against a Bengals defense that has allowed the second fewest points to wide receivers this season. Look for Smith to try and go out with a bang, trying to add a little more to his career 81 touchdowns and 14,697 receiving yards.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Mike Wallace comes into the last week of the season with 68 receptions, 984 yards and four touchdowns. He is 16 yards shy of 1,000 receiving yards, a mark he has not reached since 2011. The Ravens take on a Bengals defense that has been brutal against wide receivers, allowing the second fewest to the position. Wallace should reach the 1,000-yard milestone in the game but is a dicey proposition in fantasy for Week 17.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Joe Flacco on the season has thrown for 4,050 yards, 20 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Flacco is on pace to set career highs in completion percentage (64.8%) and passing yards, but the season has not been without its struggles. Flacco has thrown the most interceptions since 2013 and the Ravens offense ranks 26th in third down conversion percentage. The 18th ranked quarterback in fantasy takes on a Bengals defense that is tied for third in the NFL with 15 team interceptions. Flacco is a boom-or-bust QB2 for the last week of the season.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Baltimore Ravens
12/29:Kyle Rudolph has posted five straight productive showings in PPR formats, and six out of his last seven. Although, Rudolph could struggle against a Chicago Bears squad that has allowed the seventh fewest fantasy points to tight ends this season. With the exception of a couple dud showings, Rudolph has been solid all season, but has found the end zone only once in the past six weeks. He'll be a touchdown-dependent option on Sunday.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
12/29:At the conclusion of the 2016 season, Adam Thielen will be a free agent. After his breakout campaign, the 26-year-old receiver will certainly have some job offers lined up in the offseason. Thielen will look to continue his magic against the Chicago Bears in Week 17. With Stefon Diggs unlikely to play, Thielen becomes Sam Bradford's No. 1 target. The Bears secondary doesn't necessarily present a layup matchup for Thielen, but he enters Sunday as a WR2, looking for 40 more receiving yards to reach the iconic 1,000. You can bet the Vikings are going to do all they can to make sure that happens. He also makes for a solid option in daily fantasy.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
12/29:Stefon Diggs did not suit up for practice Wednesday or Thursday, slimming his chances of playing against the Chicago Bears Week 17. Diggs continues to nurse a hip injury that has been lingering for weeks. The Vikings have no reason to rush Diggs as they enter a meaningless contest with a Bears team that has nothing to play for as well. It will come as a huge surprise if Diggs plays, but keep an eye on his status as it should become clearer closer to Sunday. He can be kept off the fantasy radar.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: Twitter
12/29:Matt Asiata has been owned in seasonal leagues throughout the 2016 campaign for his ability to produce in goal line situations. Asiata has tallied six touchdowns on the season, including a span of three straight games Week's 10-12, but has struggled to accumulate a ton of yards with a workload that increased after Adrian Peterson went down with injury. Asiata is a boom-or-bust option heading into Week 17, but could definitely boom against a Chicago Bears squad that has allowed an absurd seven touchdowns over their last two contests.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
12/29:After Adrian Peterson went down with injury Week 2, Jerick McKinnon inherited the role of starting running back for the Minnesota Vikings; a role that was shared with Matt Asiata. McKinnon's fantasy value immediately increased, becoming one of the top waiver wire adds that week, but struggled to consistently reward fantasy owners. Those that stuck with the young back have been pleased to see a span of five straight productive showings in PPR formats. McKinnon will look to make it six straight against a Chicago Bears team that has allowed seven touchdowns on the ground in their last two games. McKinnon is a strong RB2 and daily fantasy option in a game that he should see a lot of work in.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo Sports
12/29:Adrian Peterson did not practice on Thursday. The Minnesota Vikings have no reason to force their veteran running back onto the field. The Vikings, now out of playoff contention, will look to continue showcasing Jerick McKinnon and Matt Asiata, either as trade bait or as the future of the organization's backfield. It's unclear what Peterson's future holds with Minnesota. He's off the fantasy radar Week 17.--Demetri - RotoBallerSource: Twitter