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Week 13 marked the final regular season game for most standard fantasy leagues, and accordingly, the end of the road for most fantasy owners. If you were still playing in a meaningful matchup this week, whether it was for a playoff spot or to avoid clinching the Sacko, we hope you didn’t slot any members of this week’s All-Bust team into your lineup.

Notes: Each week’s entries are determined by calculating the difference between the projected Yahoo! point totals and the actual outputs of each player. PointAfter visualizations illustrate the players with the worst sums. All projected point totals were pulled Sunday morning from Yahoo’s standard scoring system.

[Week 13’s perfect fantasy lineup: Top scorers at each position]

QB: Philip Rivers, Chargers

Projected points (position rank): 17.9 (12th)
Actual points (position rank): 7.1 (28th)

The Chargers offense has been ravaged by injuries to Keenan Allen and Malcom Floyd in recent weeks, and the attrition continued on Sunday as Dontrelle Inman (ankle) and Stevie Johnson (groin) were both sidelined during a dull 17-3 loss versus the Broncos. San Diego could ill-afford such setbacks against Denver’s league-best pass defense.

Philip Rivers completed 18-of-35 passes for 202 yards and a pick-six. It’s the second time in the last three weeks Rivers has failed to reach double digits after surpassing 10 points in each of San Diego’s first nine contests. Of course, those disappointing outputs are sandwiched around Rivers’ season-best 28.9-point day against Jacksonville in Week 12.

Considering the circumstances he’s had to endure this season, Rivers has acquitted himself well from a statistical standpoint. However, there’s no telling how Rivers will perform in Kansas City next week with a depleted receiving corps. There aren’t too many players left who can consistently haul in Rivers’ fireballs.

RB1: Adrian Peterson, Vikings

Projected points: 16.2 (3rd)
Actual points: 2.4 (T-56th)

Minnesota might be 8-4 and firmly in the NFC playoff picture, but it’s not all sunshine and roses for the Vikings after they were obliterated 38-7 by Seattle at home on Sunday. Adrian Peterson tallied only eight carries and 18 rushing yards in the defeat, sparking a public disapproval of Minnesota’s game plan from the controversial tailback.

Normally it’d come across as a bit misguided and selfish for the NFL’s leader in carries to ask for more touches, but you can’t argue with the results. Peterson has averaged 24.8 rushing attempts in Minnesota’s wins, and just 11.8 in their losses.

You’d think coach Mike Zimmer will feed his bellcow enough work to keep him happy next week in a crucial road contest against Arizona.

RB2: Eddie Lacy, Packers

Projected points: 11.3 (20th)
Actual points: 0.1 (90th)

Eddie Lacy’s third game with less than 10 rushing yards on Thursday Night Football results in his third appearance on the All-Bust team this season, tied with Peterson for the second-most among running backs.

That’s just about the only manner you could reasonably compare Lacy to Peterson this season. Lacy mustered just four yards on five carries against Detroit, and is on pace to total 689 rushing yards and three touchdowns after two 1,000-yard campaigns to begin his professional career.

If you somehow made it to the playoffs despite spending a first-round pick on Lacy, congratulations. You probably don’t need to hear it from me that Lacy should be riding your bench in the coming weeks, even with seemingly favorable matchups versus Dallas and Oakland on the docket.

WR1: Jarvis Landry, Dolphins

Projected points: 10.8 (15th)
Actual points: 0.5 (T-105th)

Miami’s passing offense was an absolute mess on Sunday, and Landry’s owners felt the brunt of Ryan Tannehill’s ugly line (9-of-19, 86 yards). Devante Parker was the only Dolphin to log more than five receiving yards – which was Jarvis Landry’s total output on five targets.

Landry had been one of the steadiest flex players out there coming into Week 13, having scored at least 6.6 fantasy points in every game this season. Miami’s next three opponents (Giants, Chargers, Colts) should help propel Landry to his previous heights during fantasy playoff time.

WR2: Brandon LaFell, Patriots

Projected points: 10.9 (14th)
Actual points: 2.7 (74th)

With Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola and Rob Gronkowski all missing either one or both of New England’s last two contests, Brandon LaFell was expected to see a bump in production. Instead, he only hauled in 4-of-9 targets for the second straight week, and only gained 27 yards against Philadelphia in New England’s surprising 35-28 loss.

LaFell had a chance to extend the Patriots’ potential game-tying drive, but watched a perfectly thrown slant route from Tom Brady go right through his hands. It was an inexcusable drop for LaFell, who could very well see his role diminished in the coming weeks as a result. Players have done far less to earn entry into Bill Belichick’s doghouse.

TE: Martellus Bennett, Bears

Projected points: 6.6 (11th)
Actual points: 1.4 (35th)

A rib injury kept Martellus Bennett from playing last week, and seemed to affect him Sunday in Chicago’s deflating home loss to San Francisco. Bennett missed a few plays in the third quarter when he appeared to aggravate the injury, and ended up catching 3-of-4 targets for 14 yards.

The 28-year-old hasn’t topped 2.6 fantasy points since Week 9. Playing him in your fantasy playoff matchup is a risky move, but this is a guy who still leads the Bears in targets this season. A reversal of fortune could be in the cards as soon as he regains full health. His status is worth monitoring throughout the week.

FLEX: Todd Gurley, Rams

Projected points: 14.1 (7th)
Actual points: 4.1 (T-43rd)

We’ll start with the good news: Gurley eclipsed 4.0 yards per carry for the first time since Week 8 on Sunday. He also ripped off a 36-yard rush, adding to his league-leading mark of six carries for 30-plus yards.

Now, to the bad news: Gurley logged just five yards on his other eight carries versus Arizona. The rookie has failed to reach the 100-yard mark in five straight games, all of which have been St. Louis losses, and is in the All-Bust flex spot for the second consecutive week.

It’s unlikely Gurley has hit the rookie wall, since he didn’t play until Week 4 and looked decent against the Cardinals’ stingy defense. But Gurley’s environment is toxic for a rookie running back, as both St. Louis’ quarterback and offensive line play have been horrid lately.

If you’ve made it this far with Gurley, it’d be tough to bench him in the playoffs – imagine the heartache of ending your fantasy season with a resurgent Gurley on your bench. Be warned, however: Detroit, St. Louis’ Week 14 opponent, has held opposing running backs to 2.5 yards per carry over the Lions’ last four games.

D/ST: Carolina Panthers

Projected points: 10.8 (1st)
Actual points: 3.0 (T-28th)

Even though Drew Brees and the Saints ultimately fell on Sunday to Carolina, they showed you can’t even count on the most formidable of defenses to perform in the Superdome.

The Panthers allowed a season-high 38 points to New Orleans, extra-point return and defensive touchdown notwithstanding. Drew Brees tossed three touchdown and Brandin Cooks racked up 104 yards and one of those scores.

The outburst shouldn’t stop you from playing Carolina’s defense the rest of the season, but it’s not too crazy to think Matt Ryan and Julio Jones could challenge Josh Norman and the Panthers secondary in Week 14 in a manner that few QB-WR combos can.

Kicker: Blair Walsh, Vikings

Projected points: 8.8 (3rd)
Actual points: 1.0 (T-30th)

Blair Walsh has missed four kicks in as many games, including an extra-point try in Week 11. Walsh landed on the All-Bust team that week, too, but you can’t fault him this time around – with Minnesota in a 21-0 hole early on, the Vikings simply weren’t in a position to go for field goals on Sunday.

The 25-year-old did his job the only time he was called upon for an extra-point attempt in Minnesota’s 38-7 drubbing at the hands of Seattle. That’s no consolation to the fantasy owners who thought Walsh would get more action in an all-important week for NFL squads and fantasy teams alike.

Final Tally:

Philip Rivers: 7.1
Adrian Peterson: 2.4
Eddie Lacy: 0.1
Jarvis Landry: 0.5
Brandon LaFell: 2.7
Martellus Bennett: 1.4
Todd Gurley: 4.1
Carolina Panthers D/ST: 3.0
Blair Walsh: 1.0

Final Score: 22.3 points

This article originally appeared on Yahoo Sports.

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