Which fantasy players are in trouble heading into the playoffs?

There are plenty of fantasy football players who need to get back on track to make the playoffs this year, but there are also plenty of players who are in deep trouble heading in to the season.

That means there are plenty who need help, and they’re not all on the same page.

Here’s a look at the latest to be down, and where they might be headed next.

Carson Wentz, quarterback, Eagles: Wentz’s latest start against the Seahawks was his first of the season, and he didn’t have an outstanding outing, either.

His overall passer rating was 26.4 and he completed just 11 of 19 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown, but Wentz was pressured twice, completed three passes that were underthrown and threw two interceptions.

Josh Norman, defensive end, Cowboys: The former first-round pick is looking like a big-time contributor for the Vikings, who are just one game out of the NFC North title.

He led all edge defenders in sacks with five, and allowed just five catches for 71 yards.

But Norman was beaten for a season-high 14 yards on a pass in the second quarter, and a second-quarter interception that came on a tipped pass by the Eagles was intercepted by Marcus Peters, who returned it 56 yards to the Vikings 28-yard line.

Norman had two sacks, one quarterback hit and a hit to the head.

The Eagles have a bye week before facing the Vikings.

Derek Carr, quarterback: Carr had two touchdown passes and one interception in the Raiders’ Week 1 win over the Chargers.

He completed 13 of 22 passes for 146 yards and an interception.

But Carr had three turnovers, including one in the first quarter, when the Raiders had to play the clock on a field goal to put a timeout on the clock and the game clock ran out.

Carr was sacked five times, and the Chargers scored a touchdown on a 4-yard run.

Carr had a career-high nine sacks in 2015, and has struggled mightily since.

He’s averaging just 5.3 yards per attempt with four interceptions in three games this season.

Joe Flacco, quarterback and Ravens: Flacco had two touchdowns and one touchdown pass against the Eagles in Week 1, but his numbers were down when you factor in a pass-heavy offense.

Flacco has three touchdown passes in four career games against the Raiders.

He also has just one touchdown and zero touchdowns in the past three games.

Flailing in the passing game is not the only thing holding Flacco back.

He has just five touchdowns and zero interceptions in his past eight games.

Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback of Steelers: Roethlinberger is the Steelers’ quarterback, and his stats aren’t exactly encouraging.

He had a passer rating of 45.4 when facing pressure in the last three games, and had one interception, two sacks and no sacks in the previous three games against San Francisco.

Roethlyes had a very good Week 1 and was sacked six times.

He did throw an interception, though.

Robert Griffin III, quarterback for the Redskins: Griffin was sacked three times, but he threw for seven yards and one first down in the Eagles’ Week 2 loss.

He struggled when faced with pressure, completing just 17 of 34 passes for 157 yards and two interceptions, though he had a touchdown pass and a pass that was tipped by the Steelers.

The Redskins have a six-game road trip before facing Jacksonville in Week 4.