Ja'Marr Chase (Cincinnati Bengals)
Ja'Marr Chase had plenty to say leading up to Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Unfortunately, the former All-Pro wasn't able to back it up in his first game back after missing Week 16 due to injury.
In the game against the Chiefs, Chase had seven targets but caught only three for 41 yards. The Bengals wide receiver ends the fantasy football season on a down note as he had three straight games with four or fewer receptions and no touchdowns.
Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs)
Similar to players like Austin Ekeler and Stefon Diggs, Travis Kelce has been one of the most dependable players for fantasy football for multiple seasons. In tight end premium leagues, Kelce has been almost a cheat code with Patrick Mahomes and how involved in the offense he is.
However, Kelce (and the Chiefs offense for that matter) has not looked the same over the past few weeks. The Chiefs tight end had back-to-back games with five receptions but finished with under 50 receiving yards each game.
On Sunday, it was even worse as Kelce had only three receptions for 16 yards and wasn't even the leading tight end in receiving yards on his own team.