Donovan Peoples-Jones is officially active tonight, and he should continue to be the third WR option for the Browns, with Jarvis Landry and Rashard Higgins the only other consistently used options at the position.
Antonio Gandy-Golden and Robert Foster are both inactive tonight, although neither projected to have a real role in the offense. Dontrelle Inman will instead work as the 4th or 5th WR option tonight.
Le’Veon Bell and Travis Kelce are both active today, but their actual roles are not known. The Chiefs are resting several other top offensive players, so risking Kelce or Bell seems foolish. Reports have already indicated a potentially very limited role for Bell, but nothing has been made clear on Kelce. Both players have the potential to score 0 today, so play them at your own risk.
Cordarrelle Patterson and Cole Kmet are both active today. Patterson is limited as a WR but gets work rushing, while Kmet has had the same number of targets as fellow TE Jimmy Graham over the past two weeks (8 total).
Golden Tate is inactive Sunday, as expected. Tate did not practice all week, and will miss his second straight game. Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton should continue to see work as the top options at WR for Daniel Jones.
Taiwan Jones is inactive, setting up Antonio Williams to handle the workload if the Bills turn to their backups at some point. Devin Singletary and Zach Moss are both active and at the top of the RB depth chart, but are not expected to see their normal workloads.
LeSean McCoy and Tanner Hudson are inactive today for the Buccaneers. Ronald Jones is returning from a two-week absence and will work as the top back, while Rob Gronkowski and Cameron Brate will be the active TEs.
Gus Edwards is expected to play Sunday and work with J.K. Dobbins as the top backs. Mark Ingram is expected to be inactive, which would be his third straight game missed. Final confirmation won’t likely be available until inactives are released.
Le’Veon Bell is expected to be active, but he could see very limited work Sunday. The Chiefs have nothing to play for Sunday, and are already resting several of their top players. Ian Rapoport reported that Darwin Thompson will get the bulk of the carries, but Darrel Williams could also compete for work.
Tyler Kroft has tested positive for COVID-19, meaning he is ruled out for Week 17. Because this is a positive test, not just a high-risk close contact, Kroft will be out at least 10 days from the time of the positive test, putting his playoff eligibility in question. The Bills should have Dawson Knox, Lee Smith and Nate Becker at TE, assuming none of them end up being close contacts of Kroft.