It's championship week or you have a Week 17 championship and need to email your commissioner today to get that changed. Either way, you need the information. Straight up. So here are some surprising stats to push you over the finish line.
Washington Redskins at Tennessee Titans
Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers
Rookie safety Derwin James is the only player this year with 90-plus tackles (93), three-plus sacks (3.5) and three-plus interceptions (three).
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots
Of all wide receivers who have played in at least 25 percent of their team's offensive snaps, Robert Foster's 24.63 yards per reception is the best in the league. So is his 14.63 yards per target and 23.97 ADOT. He's gone over 100 receiving yards in three of his last five games, over 90 in four of the five. Over the last two weeks, he is the 11th highest scoring PPR fantasy wide receiver in the league with his scores landing him right between Julian Edelman and Michael Thomas.
Green Bay Packers at New York Jets
Since Week 13, Robby Anderson has been the 12th highest scoring wide receiver in PPR formats. He caught four or more passes in four of his last five games played. He's found the end zone in back-to-back games. The Packers allow the fourth most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers in PPR formats and are tied for allowing the fourth most touchdowns to the position (19).
Houston Texans at Philadelphia Eagles
DeAndre Hopkins scored a touchdown in every away game this year save for one, Week 1 at New England. He's scored seven touchdowns on the road and four at home this year.
Nov. 2, 2014 was the last time that the Texans played the Eagles. Nick Foles started that game but was knocked out of the game with an injury at the end of the first quarter. He was replaced by Mark Sanchez. It would be his last game as an Eagle until he returned in 2017 for the Eagles' Super Bowl run.
Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers
Calvin Ridley's 699 receiving yards are still the most among rookies this year. From Weeks 2 to 5, he caught four or more passes in each game and scored a total of six touchdowns. Since then, he's only scored two total touchdowns. He's caught four or more passes in four of his last nine games. Mohamed Sanu has out-snapped Ridley every week since Week 9. In the last six games, Sanu also scored more total fantasy points than Ridley.
New York Giants at Indianapolis Colts
Evan Engram has played in nine games this season. He's gone 60-plus yards and/or scored a touchdown in five games, 55 percent of his contests. He's the fourth highest-scoring tight end over the course of the last two weeks. Odell Beckham Jr. did not play in either contest and has been ruled out for Week 16.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins
Kenny Stills went over 100 receiving yards and scored two touchdowns in Week 1. He went over 100 receiving yards and scored a touchdown in Week 14. He didn't go over 61 yards in any other game this year, and he posted 20 or fewer yards in six of his 13 games played in 2018.
Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals
Only once this year has Robert Woods posted less than 45 yards. It was Week 1 at Oakland. He's put up less than 45 yards in four games since the beginning of the 2017 season.
Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers
Tarik Cohen averages 4.9 catches, 50.7 receiving yards, 29.1 rushing yards, and 0.5 touchdowns per game. That's 15.88 PPR fantasy points per game. He is a running back with 408 rushing yards on the season, but his 710 receiving yards are second among running backs only behind Christian McCaffrey (768) and would rank fifth among tight ends and 27th among wide receivers.
Pittsburgh Steelers at New Orleans Saints
It only takes Ben Roethlisberger on average 2.55 seconds to get rid of the ball, the shortest amount of time in the league among quarterbacks with at least 800 passing yards this year. And he may or may not be a top-5 quarterback in this era ���
The Saints only pass on 52.67 percent of their plays, the third fewest in the league. Only one other time since 2010 have they passed on less than 60 percent of their plays, and that was last year (56.37 percent).