DeSean Jackson, Eagles: Out for the season with a turf toe on his left foot, Jackson is still looking for his first 100-yard receiving game of the season.
Michael Crabtree, Panthers: The Panthers were without cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III for the first three games, but Crabtree returned against the Jets on Monday night and made his mark.
Crabtree caught six passes for 139 yards and a touchdown and also ran for another touchdown.
Crabt was a solid player for the Panthers, and a big part of why Carolina was so good in the first half.
Mike Evans, Panthers (knee): The Panthers’ best receiver is back after missing the first two games with a knee injury, but he was out for the rest of the game.
Evans was targeted a team-high 22 times, but didn’t see a ton of action.
The Panthers have three players on injured reserve, and Evans will likely be their best player heading into the playoffs.
Ryan Mathews, Eagles (knees): The Eagles had a chance to take a big step forward in their final regular season game, but Mathews didn’t play a single snap.
The Eagles didn’t give him much of a chance, either, as he was limited to five touches and just two catches for 22 yards.
Jaelen Strong, Jaguars: Strong, a former first-round pick, struggled to establish himself as a starter in Jacksonville.
The Jags didn’t use him in their last four games.
Tyler Lockett, Steelers: The Steelers used the second-round draft pick as a running back in a backup role, but Lockett played well enough to get the starting nod in their second straight loss.
Dez Bryant, Cowboys: The Cowboys are in the midst of a huge offseason.
After trading for Dez, Bryant is expected to be one of the top picks in this year’s draft.
He had nine catches for 143 yards and two touchdowns in Week 3.
Jourdan Lewis, Titans: Lewis is a free agent after missing three games with an ankle injury, and he played well in his first game back.
Lewis caught two passes for 20 yards and also had a fumble return for a touchdown.
Corey Davis, Rams: Davis, the Rams’ first-rounder in 2016, had one catch for 13 yards in Week 4 and also caught one pass for eight yards in the Rams last game.
He has now missed more than one game in the last five years.
Brandon Tate, Bengals: Tate has been out since Week 2 with a groin injury.
The Bengals could use another receiver to help their passing attack, so Tate played well on Sunday.
He caught four passes for 42 yards and scored a touchdown on a big touchdown in the second quarter.
T.J. Yeldon, Steelers (kicks): Yeldon was the best player on the field for the Steelers against the Browns.
He missed three of his four kicks for 20 or more yards, but also returned one kick for 26 yards.
Jeremy Maclin, 49ers: Maclin didn’t do anything to improve his stock after coming off a torn ACL, but the 49ers’ offense didn’t look quite as fast as it did in 2017.
Maclin caught seven passes for 132 yards and an interception.
Tyler Eifert, Eagles, (knaes): Eagles wide receiver Zach Ertz missed the first game of his career due to an injury, so Ertz has had a lot of time to work on his route running and technique.
He did his part against the Rams, catching seven passes.
Jermaine Kearse, Seahawks: Kearse has struggled with the Seahawks’ passing attack all season, but his game was still good against the Chiefs.
He was targeted 11 times for 131 yards and three touchdowns.
DeAndre Hopkins, Texans: The Texans are hoping Hopkins can be their No. 1 wide receiver again after he was a dominant No. 2 wide receiver last year.
Hopkins had five catches for 78 yards and another touchdown against the Bengals.
Kendall Wright, Titans (knes): Wright has been inconsistent all year, but Tennessee’s defense has struggled to slow down Wright.
He is the No. 9 wide receiver on the Titans, but they have struggled to stop him all season.
Justin Hunter, Bears: Hunter is a former second-rounder who struggled to get any kind of playing time after being drafted in the fourth round in 2018.
Hunter was the only Bears receiver to have a catch against the Titans.
Tyreek Hill, Titans, (stomach): Hill has missed two games this season, including the playoffs, with an intestinal injury.
He looked healthy in Week 2, but wasn’t very effective against the Jaguars, who were struggling to stop Hill.
Justin Tucker, Titans/Falcons (knoes): Tucker has missed the last