Rookies made little impact in the final week of 2015 season

Amari Cooper led all rookies with 1,070 receiving yards this season, but had only 30 combined in his final two games. Cary Edmondson/USA TODAY Sports

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The final week of the 2015 season wasn't exactly an extremely productive one for rookie backs and receivers.

Only two scored touchdowns -- Washington's Jamison Crowder and Tennessee's Dorial Green-Beckham -- and four others didn't play because of injuries.

Though the group didn't finish strong, the rookies still posted solid seasons. Here's a look at how they fared in 2015:

Running backs (minimum 128 touches, eight per game)

Todd Gurley, St. Louis Rams (250 touches): Gurley missed the Rams' season finale with turf toe and finished his season with 1,106 yards and 10 touchdowns rushing and 21 catches for 188 yards.

T.J. Yeldon, Jacksonville Jaguars (218): Yeldon missed the final two games of the season with a sprained MCL and finished his season with 740 yards and two touchdowns rushing and 36 catches for 279 yards and one touchown.

Melvin Gordon, San Diego Chargers (217): He missed the final two games with a knee injury and finished his rookie season with 641 yards rushing and 33 catches for 192 yards. He failed to score a touchdown.

Jeremy Langford, Chicago Bears (204): Langford ran for 14 yards in the Bears' 24-20 loss to Detroit and finished with 537 yards and six TDs rushing and 22 catches for 279 yards and one touchdown.

Javorius Allen, Baltimore Ravens (182): Allen ran for 38 yards and caught six passes for 32 yards in the Ravens' 24-16 loss to Cincinnati. He finished his season with 514 yards and one TD rushing and 45 catches for 353 yards and two touchdowns.

Ameer Abdullah, Detroit Lions (168): Abdullah ran for 44 yards and had one catch for 7 yards in the Lions' 24-20 victory over Chicago. He ran for 597 yards and two touchdowns and caught 25 passes for 183 yards and one touchdown this season.

Duke Johnson, Cleveland Browns (165): Johnson had 11 yards rushing and 34 yards receiving in the Browns' 28-12 loss to Pittsburgh. He finished his rookie season with 379 yards rushing and 61 catches for 534 yards and two touchdowns.

Matt Jones, Washington Redskins (163): He missed the last two games with a hip injury and finished his season with 490 yards and three TDs rushing and 19 catches for 304 yards and one touchdown.

David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals (161): He ran for 25 yards and caught three passes for 34 yards in the Cardinals' 34-6 loss to Seattle. He finished his rookie season with 581 yards and eight touchdowns rushing and caught 36 passes for 457 yards and four TDs.

Thomas Rawls, Seattle Seahawks (156): He's on IR with a broken ankle and finishes his rookie season with 830 yards and four rushing touchdowns and 19 catches for 76 yards and one touchdown.

Wide receivers (minimum 64 targets, four per game)

Amari Cooper, Oakland Raiders (126 targets): Cooper caught two passes for 20 yards in the Raiders' 23-17 loss to Kansas City. After catching four passes for 30 yards in the final two weeks, he finished with 72 catches for 1,070 yards and six touchdowns. He's the first Raiders receiver to surpass 1,000 yards since Randy Moss in 2005.

Stefon Diggs, Minnesota Vikings (79): Diggs caught one pass for 8 yards in the Vikings' 20-13 victory over Green Bay and finished with 52 catches for 720 yards and four touchdowns.

Jamison Crowder, Washington Redskins (78): He caught five passes for 109 yards and one touchdown in the Redskins' 34-23 victory over Dallas. He finished with 59 catches for 604 yards and two TDs.

Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks (69): He had two catches for 36 yards and ran the ball twice for 7 yards in the Seahawks' 34-6 rout of Arizona. He has 51 catches for 664 yards and six touchdowns.

Dorial Green-Beckham, Tennessee Titans (64): He caught two passes for 21 yards and a touchdown in the Titans' 30-24 loss to Indianapolis. he has 32 catches for 549 yards and four TDs.