If you're in one of those leagues that plays its championship game in Week 17, well, you're really pushing it. And as luck would have it, there are still plenty of teams with a lot to play for, so, save the Atlanta Falcons, you should get some quality performances this week.
Normally I would have Harry Douglas as a sleeper right here, because the Falcons wideouts will likely see limited action with everything locked up. But Douglas has been troubled with a rib injury, so I wouldn't expect too much action from him, either. That would leave Drew Davis and Tim Toone as the guys who will eventually catch passes from Luke McCown.
And there's no way I can recommend any of those guys, even in Week 17.
Are you ready for the rest of Rank's 11?
Without further ado ...
Mark Ingram, RB, New Orleans Saints: The Saints running back has been a pleasant surprise in recent weeks as he's scored at least 12 points in back-to-back games. And he's had a rushing touchdown in three of his last four. The Panthers have allowed close to five-yards per carry in their last five road games.
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Buffalo Bills defense: A lot of time when you spin the wheel, you want to grab a defense with a great offensive matchup, namely, teams going up against the Cardinals or Chiefs. But you can't grab the 49ers or the Broncos, so you then look to see who is going up against the Jets. And look, it's the Bills. Greg McElroy held on to the ball way too much and was sacked seemingly 51 times. The Bills are then a nice option.