Many head-to-head Fantasy Football leagues came to an end with the conclusion of the Week 16 schedule. In this weekly article, one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, and one tight end are highlighted.

So here is the last installment of Week 16 fantasy stars who were likely unowned. To be eligible to make the list, the player must have been owned in less than 25 percent of ESPN leagues.

To see the Week 15 team, click here.


Joe Flacco, Ravens

Week 16 stats: 237 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, -2 Rushing Yards

It was just the second time in Flacco’s 15 games this season that he threw two touchdowns without an interception.

While his 237 passing yards were his least in the last four games, he only threw for more than that once in his first 11 outings.

Running backs

T. J. Yeldon, Jaguars

Week 16 stats: 13 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 7 receptions, 64 receiving yards

With Chris Ivory out due to injury, Yeldon received the running back duties behind Leonard Fournette. He only had five carries, but one was a late one-yard fourth quarter touchdown run. He did most of his damage catching passes out of the backfield as his seven catches for 64 yards were both the second-most of his three-year career.

Matt Breida, 49ers

Week 16 stats: 74 rushing yards, 1 rushing touchdown, 1 reception, 8 receiving yards

The undrafted rookie had the best game of his career Sunday as Breida scored his second rushing touchdown of the year and ran for a season-high 74 yards.

That easily surpassed his previous high of 49 rushing yards.

Wide receivers

Jakeem Grant, Dolphins

Week 16 stats: 4 receptions, 107 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown, 3 rushing yards

Grant, who has been used as the team’s primary kick and punt returner, came into Sunday’s game with just six catches for 70 yards. Much of his successful day came from his 65-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.

Corey Davis, Titans

Week 16 stats: 6 receptions, 91 receiving yards

Drafted with the fifth overall pick in April, Davis hasn’t yet to make the impact the Titans were hoping for. A hamstring injury kept him off the field for five games and entering Sunday; he had just 28 catches for 264 yards. His six catches in Week 16 match his season-high in Week 1 while his 91 yards surpass his previous high of 69 also in Week 1.

Tight end

Antonio Gates, Chargers

Week 16 stats: 6 receptions, 81 receiving yards, 1 receiving touchdown

Gates has been an eight-time Pro Bowler and is the all-time leader for touchdowns by a tight end. At the age of 37, his career is nearing the end though as he entered Sunday with just 20 catches for 189 yards. He doubled his previous season-high in receptions (3) and more than doubled his previous season-high in yards (32).