It was mostly a quiet season for Jared Cook, but he solidified his role over the past month and should be a big part of the Saints' passing attack in the playoffs.
James Conner didn't put up big numbers, but his role the past two weeks hints at some upside for the playoffs.
Michael Gallup may have been a fantasy bust in 2020, but his late-season usage and production suggests a 1,000-yard season could be around the corner in 2021.
He may have opened Saturday's game in a timeshare with Salvon Ahmed, but the Miami backfield belonged to Myles Gaskin by the end of the night.
A slot specialist for most of his career, Russell Gage has done solid work on the perimeter the past three weeks, piling up 25 targets and 201 yards.
Chase Edmonds supposedly was dealing with an ankle injury, yet finished Sunday's win over the Eagles with more carries, yards and snaps than Kenyan Drake.
The Steelers temporarily benched Diontae Johnson on Sunday, but he returned to his usual role after halftime, while Chase Claypool was stuck behind James Washington.
The first game of the Jalen Hurts era worked out well for Miles Sanders, who dominated backfield snaps and scored a pair of touchdowns despite sharing carries with the young quarterback.
Chase Claypool was reliable for the past month and a half, but he could be a no-show for the fantasy playoffs if the Steelers commit to keeping James Washington involved in their offense.
Chris Carson didn't find much room to run against the Giants, but his large workload and receiving involvement suggest he should be highly productive in the coming weeks.
Jordan Reed wasn't productive this past Sunday, but his role in the 49ers' passing game has remained prominent, while other veteran tight ends around the league have been losing playing time to youngsters.
Second-round pick Cam Akers worked ahead of Darrell Henderson in the second half of Sunday's loss to the 49ers, injecting some much-needed life into a struggling Rams offense.
Jared Cook was trending down even before the Drew Brees injury, so with Taysom Hill now playing quarterback for New Orleans, the veteran tight end can be dropped in most fantasy leagues.
It was a big week for rookies J.K. Dobbins and Jonathan Taylor, while veterans like Mark Ingram and Todd Gurley saw their roles minimized.
Jarvis Landry hasn't made much noise so far, but his dominant share of the Cleveland passing game in recent weeks suggests there should be better days ahead.
D'Andre Swift played more than 70 percent of snaps in Sunday's win over Washington, hinting at RB1 fantasy upside over the final two months of the season.
Jakobi Meyers has become the focal point of New England's passing game, while other young wideouts like Preston Williams, Michael Pittman and Denzel Mims are hoping to do the same for their respective teams.
Chase Edmonds was disappointing from a production standpoint, but his every-down role hints at better things to come if Kenyan Drake misses more time beyond Week 9.
Is A.J. Brown the No. 1 receiver in Tennessee, or might it be Corey Davis? Perhaps the answer is both, which leaves nothing but scraps for the team's other pass catchers.
After back-to-back games with minimal usage, Jordan Wilkins unexpectedly replaced a slumping/injured Jonathan Taylor as the Colts' lead runner in Sunday's win over the Lions.
While Cole Beasley is on pace for a 1,000-yard season, Brandon Aiyuk is a better waiver add if he's available, as teammate Deebo Samuel is expected to miss multiple games with a hamstring injury.
Chase Edmonds was already making an impact with his receiving ability, and he could now be looking at a three-down role while Kenyan Drake recovers from an ankle injury.
Another week, another big game for Travis Fulgham, who continues to take full advantage of his three-down role for the Eagles.
Jonathan Taylor didn't have the huge game many expected against the Bengals, but his increased usage on passing downs hints at RB1 upside for the second half of the season.
Wide receiver breakouts were the big story of Week 5, but not all were backed by the heavy usage that portends continued success. Chase Claypool, however, was rewarded with more playing time after halftime.
Myles Gaskin had a busy week in the red zone, including his first TD of 2020. He should be a reliable RB2 if the Dolphins continue to make Jordan Howard a healthy scratch. That, and more, in HSL Backfield...
Robert Tonyan has been a touchdown machine, but with a bye week coming up and Davante Adams likely available thereafter, Jerry Donabedian believes it's better to use waiver claims on young wide receivers.
David Montgomery never got going in a tough Week 4 matchup with the Colts, but his three-down usage hints at better days ahead.
It was a big week for rookie wide receivers, with Cincinnati's Tee Higgins and Minnesota's Justin Jefferson both enjoying breakout performances.
Jeff Wilson scored a pair of fourth-quarter TDs for the 49ers in Week 3, but it was Jerick McKinnon who dominated snaps and touches before the game got out of hand.