That's more like it. After just four catches for 30 yards in Week 1, Johnson had six receptions for 116 yards and a score last week. He'll keep it rolling against Washington.
After a quiet day against the Giants, Thomas will once again be a beast in Week 3.
The Steelers held Green to six catches for just 41 yards last week. I'm willing to bet he makes up for that against the Packers.
Jackson leads the NFL with 297 receiving yards through two weeks. He's easily on track to be a top-10 fantasy receiver.
Bryant didn't show any lingering effects of a foot injury, racking up nine catches, 141 yards and a TD against the Chiefs.
Marshall is one of three receivers with two 100-yard games to start the season. The others are Victor Cruz and DeSean Jackson.
Garcon again had double-digit targets and caught eight of them for 143 yards and a TD. I'd be shocked if he didn't finish the year as a WR1.
Smith had 11 targets last week, though he caught just five of them for 52 yards. Both he and Cam Newton will get on track this week.
The Dolphins held Wayne to five catches for 46 yards. He'll have a productive fantasy day this week, but it won't be an efficienct game for the Indy passing offense as a whole.
Nelson caught just three passes last week, but two went for touchdowns. Aaron Rodgers really trusts him in the red zone.
Jackson has found a way to be productive despite terrible performances from Josh Freeman. I like his prospects against the Patriots.
Cruz had another big game, catching eight passes for 118 yards. He's a top-10 receiver.
Richard Sherman matched Boldin's physicality, limiting him to one catch for seven yards. I almost feel bad for the Indianapolis defense. Almost.
Floyd was largely absent last week, though that had a lot to do with Detroit shutting down Arizona's passing attack without Larry Fitzgerald.
Jones rode an 81-yard TD catch to a huge day, finishing with 11 catches for 182 yards and the score. Miami has a great defense, though, and its two starting corners, Nolan Carroll and Brent Grimes, rank first and third in the league in coverage according to Pro Football Focus.
Cobb had another huge game, catching nine passes for 128 yards and a TD. Could both he and Jordy Nelson finish the year as top-five receivers?
Even though the passing offense around him is worse than last year, fewer mouths to feed means great things for Smith's fantasy owners. I've got him inside the top-20 receivers for the rest of the year.
Hilton had a big game against the Dolphins, catching six passes for 124 yards. He'll be quiet most of the day, but make up for it in garbage time.
After being absent from the offense Week 1, Wallace caught nine passes for 115 yards and a touchdown against the Colts. I'd get him right back in there this week.
In what many thought would be his coming-out party, Thompkins caught two of his seven targets for 47 yards, although he did have a touchdown reversed. It appears the hype might have been a bit much.
Hopkins went off last week, catching seven passes for 117 yards and a score. He came up huge in overtime with Andre Johnson on the bench. I'd start him if Johnson is out this week.
Decker bounced back after a rough Week 1, catching nine passes for 87 yards. He'll find the end zone for the first time this week.
Baldwin had only one target, though it went for a 51-yard reception. It'll be a nice day for everyone on Seattle, Baldwin included.
The bad news: Britt caught just four passes for 28 yards last week. The good news: He got nine targets. Jake Locker undermines his talent, but he's still worth owning.
Nicks caught four passes for 83 yards despite missing part of last week's game with a dislocated finger. The finger won't cause him to miss any time.
Brown caught six of nine targets for 57 yards last week. I expect him to do some damage in garbage time.
Fitz toughed through a hamstring injury last week, but he was clearly limited. If he starts this week, you'll want him in your lineup.
Colston will draw a tough matchup with Patrick Peterson for a large portion of the day, but I like the Saints to dominate this game.
Givens caught five balls for 105 yards against the Falcons and could take advantage of a Dallas secondary that struggled with the Giants Week 1.
Gordon is back after missing the first two games due to suspension. It'll be interesting to see how he and Jordan Cameron coexist.
Rice caught just one ball last week, though he did have five targets. If you need to go deep at receiver this week, he's a solid choice.
After being left out Week 1, Jones caught 11 passes for 178 yards last week. This passing offense is ridiculous.
Moore hasn't done a thing this year, so we know it's only a matter of time before he shows up.
Jeffery only caught one pass last week. I'm betting the Bears make a concerted effort to get him move involved against the Steelers.
Avant's seven targets last week were encouraging. He's stash-worthy in deep leagues.
Johnson had a huge day, posting eight receptions for 111 yards and the game-winning TD. I think he's a WR2 for the rest of the year.
Despite his 40-yard TD catch last week, Ginn isn't a fantasy option.
Edelman had a PPR day for the ages against the Jets, catching 13 passes for 78 yards. He's the only active receiver with Tom Brady's trust.
Tate had just two targets last week, but the Jaguars are about as far from the 49ers as possible. He'll have a strong showing this week.
Bowe was on track for another disappointing day before catching a TD pass late in the third quarter against the Cowboys. Teammate Jamaal Charles will hog the glory this week.
Williams was a zero for the Bucs and his fantasy owners last week. That's going to happen from time to time with fringe starters. He'll bounce back this week.
Burleson had eight targets last week and could be in for a nice day against the shoddy Washington secondary.
Why do I prefer Brown to Eddie Royal despite the numbers put up by the latter? The touchdowns just aren't sustainable.
Sanders led the team again with 10 targets, and is certainly worth owning as a depth receiver.
Roberts got another eight targets from Carson Palmer last week. He's a great depth receiver.
Welker had a few drops last week, but that didn't stop Peyton Manning from targeting him eight times. He'll take advantage of that volume again this week.
It's going to be tough to count on Austin as a weekly starter. Instead, you should play him in beneficial matchups. This is not one of those matchups.
Kerley's expected back after missing Week 2 with a concussion.
Jennings caught five passes for 84 yards against the Bears, but he's still no more than a WR3 for the rest of the season.
Hartline caught five passes for 68 yards last week, and with eight targets he looks like a reliable WR3.
Wright led the team with 11 targets last week, but his production is way too up-and-down to count on him as a starter.
Keep an eye on Johnson's practice schedule this week. After suffering a concussion against the Titans, Houston likely won't make a decision on his availability until the end of the week.
Austin had a whopping 12 targets last week, though he caught just six passes for 47 yards. Still, it was encouraging to see Sam Bradford throw him the ball so often.
OK, Eddie, that's enough. Time to come back to earth.
Brown caught four passees for 45 yards and a TD in his first career start. He'll be nice to have around once the bye weeks begin.
Williams had four receptions for 39 yards last week, though he won't be a fantasy option unless a series of injuries befall the Niners.
If Alex Smith were more efficient, Avery could catch on as a bye-week replacement. Until then, he's waiver-wire fodder.
Randle caught just three passes, but he had nine targets. He's going to be a big part of this offense all season long.
Dobson caught a TD last week, but had a few brutal drops and found himself in Tom Brady's doghouse. He can't be started.
Shorts managed eight catches for 93 yards last week, but the combination of Chad Henne or Blaine Gabbert and the Seahawks defense is bad news. Bench him.
White is still feeling the effects of a high ankle sprain, and while I would start him in any league I owned him, I wouldn't be doing so with much confidence this week.
LaFell caught four passes for just 13 yards. He doesn't appear to be any more than the fourth option on this team.
McCluster totally disappeared last week, catching just two passes on four targets. He is not a fantasy option.
Hankerson caught all three balls thrown his way for 35 yards last week, but he's too much of a lottery ticket to count on in fantasy leagues.
Moore was shut out last week and was targeted on just two passes. I wouldn't trust any receiver in this offense.
I like Stills as a depth guy for when bye weeks come around, but I wouldn't consider him until then.
Washington caught three passes for 50 yards a week ago and has 12 targets on the season. That's not enough to matter playing in this offense.
We'll have to wait to see whether Broyles gets on the field this week, but he has apparently recovered from knee surgery.
Simpson came crashing back to earth last week, catching two passes for 49 yards. That's his reality for the rest of the season.
Sanu got eight targets against the Steelers, showing that he can be a fantasy resource once the bye weeks start.
Cotchery only caught three of the nine passes thrown his way last week. With this offense struggling, you can't really justify owning him.
Sanders had five receptions for 64 yards last week, but he can't be trusted against Seattle.
Hill definitely has some big-play ability, and he showed it in catching four passes for 86 yards last week.
Moss found the end zone against the Packers, but there are far too many receiving options on this team to rely on him.
Woods could be worth a speculative add. He had four catches on six tagers for 68 yards last week.
Morgan has some big-play ability, but he's way too far down the depth chart for fantasy owners to consider him.
Holmes had three receptions for 51 yards but there couldn't be a more lackluster receiver in the fantasy game.
Streater had three receptions for 42 yards last week, but you can't really have confidence in any Oakland receiver.
Even with Roddy White hobbled, it's hard to recommend Douglas, the fourth option, as a starter against Miami's defense.
Little had 12 targets last week, giving him 22 for the year. With Josh Gordon back, the Browns have already said Little will give way to Davone Bess and be their third receiver.
One taget Week 1, three targets Week 2. Stay away.
After getting 10 targets Week 1, Ryan Tannehill threw just two passes in Gibson's direction last week. With volatility like that, he cannot be trusted.
With Josh Gordon back, Bess will likely lose what little fantasy value he had.
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