This week’s edition of NFL Week 13 is about which players will be worth watching as the NFL Season winds down.
Let’s take a look at the players who are in the middle of their careers, how much they’re worth and who’s worth keeping an eye on.
Bryant, Bryant Bryant is now an All-Pro and has become the most valuable player in the game.
Bryant has been the No. 1 overall pick in five consecutive drafts and his talent is now on par with the best players in the league.
His career averages of 16.8 yards per catch and 4.7 yards per carry are his highest totals in his career.
Dolphins’ Jarvis Landry, Dolphins’ Jarvis is an All Pro and has played in all 16 games for the team.
He’s had a career year, as he is third in the AFL in receiving yards and tied for fourth in touchdowns.
He has had a great season, as his 1,000-yard season ranks as the second-most in the history of the league behind only Brett Favre.
Mariota, Mariota is now a second-team All-NFL selection after his best season in the past two seasons.
He had a stellar season, finishing with 1,056 yards and nine touchdowns.
The most important thing to remember about Mariota’s season was his role in the Dolphins’ success.
His 7.3 yards per attempt ranks sixth in the team history, while his 13.9 yards per completion is fifth.
Rams’ Tyrell Williams, Rams’ Tyrel Williams was the Rams’ most valuable receiver during his four seasons in Los Angeles.
Williams finished third in receiving touchdowns and seventh in receiving yardage during his final season with the team in 2016.
Williams also has career averages in receiving catches (9.6), receiving yards (965), receiving touchdowns (four), receiving TDs (two) and receiving touchdowns in games (three).
Bears’ Jordan Howard, Bears’ Jordan is a perennial Pro Bowler who is averaging more than 1,100 yards per season during his career, and he has a career best in receptions.
His 994 receiving yards rank sixth in NFL history.
He is tied for the second most receiving yards in franchise history behind Hall of Famer Cris Carter.
Howard has a long way to go to be considered a Hall of Fame caliber receiver.
Browns’ Travis Benjamin, Browns’ Travis is the most exciting young player in NFL History.
He finished third on the team with 1:37 left in the first quarter of the Browns’ Week 12 victory over the Packers.
His 17-yard touchdown catch was the first for the rookie, who has a good shot at becoming the first Browns rookie to be named the MVP.
Titans’ DeMarco Murray, Titans’ DeMarcus Murray is a first-round pick of the Titans.
He was one of the NFL’s best pass catchers in his first season in Nashville, but he suffered a season-ending ACL tear in the preseason and was sidelined the rest of the year.
He missed the first five games of the season and then had to miss the first three games of 2017.
He returned in Week 12 and had career highs in rushing yards (2,906) and touchdown catches (six).
Cowboys’ Dez Bryant, Cowboys’ DeZ is one of only four players in NFL annals to have four consecutive seasons of 1,500-plus yards receiving.
He became the first player in Cowboys history to reach that mark during his first four seasons.
His 1,003-yard, seven-touchdown season ranks second all time among running backs.
He also leads the NFL in receiving TDs with nine.
Chargers’ Tyreek Hill, Chargers’ Tyree Hill has had one of his best seasons since joining the team, averaging nearly 17 yards per reception.
He caught 12 touchdown passes in his four games with the Chargers, becoming just the second player in franchise annals history to record at least 10 touchdowns and 10 catches in four consecutive games.
Hill is one year removed from being named AFC Offensive Player of the Year, and his play has earned him a long-term contract extension.
Steelers’ DeAngelo Williams, Steelers’ Deangelo Williams is one half of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He made his first career start for the Steelers on Sunday and caught six passes for 87 yards.
Williams had two touchdown catches in the Week 11 win over the Raiders, which also included a 54-yarder that was the longest scoring run in franchise NFL history and also tied a career-high with two catches.
Broncos’ Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos’ Emmanuel has a strong rookie season, averaging 17.1 yards per punt return, his best mark since 2013 when he had 19.2 yards per return.
He hasn’t missed a punt in two years and is one interception away from his first Super Bowl ring.
Sanders is the only Bronco to start the entire season and is