So that's what life is like with a real quarterback, huh. Fitz had eight catches for 80 yards and two touchdowns. He's back.
It's not often that the Lions score 34 points and Johnson has just four catches for 30 yards. Something tells me he'll make up for that this week.
Johnson was a monster on Monday, with 12 receptions for 146 yards. He had 16 targets, something his owners can get used to for the rest of the season.
There are a lot of good receivers in the NFL, but if anyone can challenge Calvin Johnson at the top of the mountain, it's Green. He had nine catches for 162 yards and two touchdowns against a very good Chicago defense last week. He'll roll that over right into Week 2.
Well, that looked like the Jackson of old, did it not? Seven catches, 104 yards and a touchdown. Big things are in store this year.
So much for that injured hip, huh? Marshall had eight receptions for 104 yards and a touchdown last week. He'll provide more of the same against the Vikings.
Fantasy owners continue to underrate Smith at their own peril. On a day when the Panthers passing game couldn't get much going, he caught six passes for 51 yards and a touchdown. He's in for a bigger day Sunday.
Despite the awful day for the Steelers, Brown gave his owners a decent performance, catching five passes for 71 yards. He should be started this week, as he'll hit paydirt and rack up more than 100 yards.
Nelson reminded everyone just how good he is when healthy, catching seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown. Few receivers combine his size and speed, something he'll bring to bear again this week.
Jones led the team with nine targets, catching seven for 76 yards and a score. With Roddy White likely to be limited again, he'll remain the clear top dog.
Tate caught four of the seven passes thrown his way by Russell Wilson, going for 51 yards. He's still the Seahawks receiver to own until Percy Harvin returns.
Jackson notched a huge day without the benefit of a touchdown, catching seven passes for 154 yards. He'll put that no-touchdown nonsense behind him this week.
Bowe disappointed his owners Week 1, with just four receptions for 30 yards. He'll get on track in a big way this week.
Edelman had a huge game last week, catching seven passes for 79 yards and two scores. He'll step into the starting role vacated by Danny Amendola this week.
Thomas had a huge day, capped off by his breaking a screen for a 78-yard touchdown. He'll be able to preserve his No. 1 status, even in this crowded offense.
Hilton had just five targets, a result of Andrew Luck throwing only 23 passes. He should have more opportunity to make plays this week.
Wallace caught just one pass for 15 yards on five targets last week. He's dependent on big plays, so it's not a huge surprise to see him put up a stinker in his first regular season game with a new quarterback.
Cobb was only slightly outdone by teammate Jordy Nelson, catching seven balls for 108 yards and a score. He'll nearly match those numbers against Washington.
Cruz exploded for five catches, 118 yards and three touchdowns against the Cowboys. He always finds ways to get behind defenses, and will do so again this week.
Bryant rolled his ankle late in Sunday's win over the Giants, resulting in a foot injury that has him on the early injury report. He is expected to play.
Garcon had a team-high 11 targets, and it's that sort of volume that will help him finish inside the top 20 at the position.
Reggie Wayne had a big Week 1, catching eight passes for 96 yards and a touchdown. It'll be another nice day for him and his fantasy owners on Sunday.
Wow. There's really not much more to say about Boldin's game against the Packers. Given the combination of Colin Kaepernick and Jim Harbaugh, Boldin could surprisingly be in for the best year of his career.
Floyd had one spectacular catch and finished the day with four grabs for 82 yards. He'll be a semi-regular starter before it's all said and done this year.
Austin was a PPR beast last week, catching 10 passes for 72 yards. He'll have an even better day Sunday, finding the end zone against the Chiefs.
With Roddy White hobbled by an ankle injury, Douglas caught four passes for 93 yards. If the injury to White lingers, Douglas could be in a prime position to make a difference in fantasy leagues.
Jeffery had eight targets last week, catching five of them for 42 yards. With the Bears spreading the ball around more this year, he remains a nice sleeper.
Nicks caught five passes for 114 yards, though Victor Cruz hogged all the touchdowns. This is what he can do when he's healthy.
Jones was the forgotten man last week, but there's plenty to go around in this offense.
The Welker-Peyton Manning connection got off to a great start, hooking up nine times for 67 yards and two scores. That'll continue this week.
Rice had just three targets last week, ceding most of the attention to Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin. It will likely remain a fluid situation all year long.
Mike Wallace got the big bucks, but Brian Hartline remains No. 1 in Ryan Tannehill's heart. After catching nine passes for 114 yards and a touchdown last week, he should have been one of the most popular players on your league's waiver wire.
Givens had just three targets last week, getting squeezed out of the gameplan by Jared Cook and Tavon Austin. He'll get back in it this week.
Many people in the fantasy community were worried about Colston's foot, but he had five receptions for 68 yards and a touchdown in his first game. Don't worry about him.
While his teammates had all the fun, Decker had a rough day that included a dropped touchdown. He'll get back on track this week.
Floyd had one highlight-reel catch against the Texans, but that was it. You shouldn't be starting him with your squad at full strength.
Holmes was able to play despite a lingering foot injury, but he didn't make any impact. To the surprise of no one, he's already complaining about his snap count. There's no reason to get tied up with him.
Smith will have plenty of opportunity this year, though it was a bit odd that just eight of Flacco's 62 passes were thrown in his direction in Week 1.
With Chad Henne at the helm this week, Shorts will look like the big-play guy he was a season ago.
All Mike Williams does is catch touchdowns. Except this week. But you get the picture. Dude is underrated.
Johnson had six targets last week, catching three of them for 39 yards and one touchdown. It doesn't get easier for him against the Panthers, but he'll find a way to give his owners a productive day.
Sanders had a team-high 12 targets last week, catching seven of them for 57 yards. He'll do some virtuoso work in garbage time this week.
We were finally supposed to see the much-balleyhooed hidden ways in which the Rams would deploy Austin, but it didn't really amount to much. With the Rams chasing this week, he'll make more of a fantasy impact.
Thompkins only had four catches for 42 yards last week, but Tom Brady targeted him 14 times. With Danny Amendola out, he's a sneaky play this week.
Hill led the team with nine targets, and that could make him worth stashing for depth purposes. He shouldn't garner any starting consideration yet.
Baldwin led the Seahawks with eight targets, seven catches and 91 yards. I'd still take Golden Tate and Sidney Rice over him, though.
Sanu had a rough day against the Bears, fumbling when the Bengals were in field goal range, but he did catch four of the five passes thrown his way.
Moore caught five of the seven passes thrown his way for 43 yards and a touchdown. There could be a nice budding relationship here between him and Terrelle Pryor.
With Jacoby Jones out with a knee injury, Brown will step into a starting role. Keep an eye on him this week.
Randle showed that it's not just the Cruz and Nicks show in New York, as he went over 100 yards, as well. He'll be a great guy to have around during bye weeks, and could be a star if either Cruz or Nicks get injured.
Hopkins had a nice NFL debut Monday, catching five passes for 66 yards. He could become a fringe starting option as the season progresses, but you shouldn't have to rely on him with your entire roster playing this week.
Ginn caught the only ball thrown his way, good enough for 10 yards, and while the Panthers struggled to get anything going through the air, Ginn simply isn't a viable fantasy option.
Streater led the team with eight targets, five catches and 70 yards last week. With Terrelle Pryor potentially bringing a whiff of legitimacy to the offense, Streater could be worth grabbing in deeper leagues.
Avery caught only two passes, but he made one of them count, finding the end zone from five yards out. He wont be able to count on that every week, though.
Roberts got in on the action agains the Rams, hauling in eight passes for 97 yards. He's worth grabbing if he's out there in your league.
Patton has a nice bit of sleeper buzz going because of the potency of the San Francisco offense. He won't do much against Seattle, though.
Avant had just two catches for 13 yards, and should not be on your radar.
It's hard to predict when Moore will go off, but it's best to bet on it happening against teams with weak secondaries. That isn't the case with Tampa.
Broyles remains a nice lottery ticket, but we'll have to wait and see when he can make his return. Reports coming out of Detroit suggest it could be this week. If he's out, look for Nate Burleson to pick up these numbers.
Three catches for 33 yards last week. Got anything to say about Aaron Rodgers now, Mr. Jennings?
Hankerson had the biggest day of any Washington receiver, catching five passes for 80 yards. The Packers secondary presents a very challenging matchup.
Bess caught five passes for 47 yards a week ago, but this isn't a guy you want in your starting lineup.
LaFell didn't show up in the box score last week, though he was targeted on two incomplete passes that were negated by penalties. He should not be owned.
Britt had just two targets last week, catching one of them for 15 yards. He cannot be considered a viable option this week.
White was able to play with a high-ankle sprain, but wasn't very effective. He later admitted that the ankle bothered him more than he expected. He's a risky play this week.
Little had 10 targets last week, but he was only able to catch four of them for 26 yards. This week won't be much better.
Gibson hauled in seven of his 10 targets against the Browns, going for 77 yards. That may not be a weekly occurrence, but the targets certainly are encouraging.
Graham had all of one target last week. He's not on the fantasy radar.
Don't be fooled by Stills' 86-yard day last week. It was the result of one big play. He's worth rostering in deep legues simply by virtue of being on the Saints.
McCluster had a very typical McCluster game Week 1, catching three passes for 43 yards. He could be a bench guy in full PPR leagues, but that's it.
Brown did some nifty running on a crossing pattern to find the end zone, but there's too much depth to consider starting him this week.
Wright had two receptions for 11 yards last week, and is not a fantasy option unless something drastically changes for the Titans.
Simpson had a huge game against the Lions, catching seven passes for 140 yards. It won't be quite so easy against the Bears.
Enjoy your time at the top of the touchdown-reception leaderboard, Mr. Royal. It won't last long.
The ageless Washington led the Titans with seven targets, and caught four passes for 46 yards. I don't trust anyone in this receiving corps, but if I have to own one, I want Washington.
Heyward-Bey caught three passes for 33 yards, but was third in targets behind Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton. It'll take an injury to one of those two to make him a fantasy starter.