Johnson caught seven passes for 115 yards and a TD in Washington last week and has to be licking his chops after seeing what Antonio Brown did to the Bears last week.
Thomas had 10 catches for 94 yards against the Raiders. It'll be his turn to be the big star among the receivers this week.
Wayne will have his biggest day of the season to date, as the Colts should be able to handle the Jaguars with ease.
Bryant had just four catches for 38 yards last week, but he did manage to get in the end zone with that push off. I'm expecting big things out of him in San Diego.
Jones had nine receptions for 115 yards last week. He'll keep his big year right on going.
Brown had the biggest game of his career last week, hauling in nine passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns, including one of the prettiest catches you could hope to see.
Jackson had his first down game of the year last week, catching three passes for 62 yards. He'll get back on track for his owners this week.
Hilton got just four targets last week with the Colts happy to play a ball-control offense. He'll have a big day against the Jags.
Marshall was quiet most of last week, but made a huge third-down catch on the game-sealing drive. He'll look more like himself against the Lions.
Smith had another strong yardage day, catching five passes for 92 yards. In an offense where he has to make plays for the team to succeed, he could sleepwalk to 80 yards per game.
Moore ended up posting a big day thanks to a meaningless 73-yard TD. He should find the Washington defense quite inviting.
Decker had another big game last week, catching eight passes for 133 yards and a TD. He won't be the only Bronco receiver to star on Sunday.
Garcon picked up another 13 targets last week, catching eight of them for 73 yards. With all the opportunities he gets, he could easily be a top-10 receiver.
After two straight quiet weeks for Green, I'm betting he shows up in a big way against the Browns, no matter who lines up across from him.
Shorts ended up having a monster day against the Seahawks, catching eight passes for 143 yards. I like Chad Henne better for him, but it's not like Gabbert is a huge step down.
Welker caught seven of his eight targets for 84 yards and a TD last week. I'm guessing he doesn't miss New England too much.
Boldin had five catches on 67 yards last week. The San Francisco passing game has struggled of late, but Boldin will get back on track against the Rams.
Fitz looked a bit more like himself last week, catching five passes for 64 yards. He'll be all the way back against the Bucs.
Bowe didn't get his first target until the fourth quarter last week. It's a safe bet the Chiefs will try to get him more involved against the Giants.
Edelman caught all seven of his targets last week, though they went for just 44 yards. He'll be Tom Brady's go-to guy this week.
Nicks got just one target last week and groused about his role after the game. Chances are he gets placated on Sunday.
You may not believe it, but Sanders leads the Steelers with 30 targets this season. He's a nice below-the-radar trade target right now.
Wallace busted again last week, catching just two passes for 22 yards. I like him to bounce back, even against the strong New Orleans defense.
Floyd hasn't done much since a decent Week 1, but I think that all changes this week.
Colston did well in a tough matchup, catching five passes for 71 yards. It doesn't get any easier this week.
Rice had five receptions for 79 yards and two scores a week ago. He's worth starting this week.
When the entire offense gets shut down, there's not a whole lot a receiver can do. You have to start Cruz every week.
Brown didn't do a thing last week, catching just two passes for 11 yards. I think he'll have a nice game this week, but you'll have to have the stomach to understand it won't come until garbage time.
The Bears clearly made a concerted effort to get Jeffery the ball last week. I expect that to continue as the season progresses.
Dobson led the Patriots with 10 targets last week, catching seven of them for 52 yards. I'd consider him in deeper leagues this week.
Tate led the team with 88 yards and eight targets against Jacksonville, and could be started with a handful of every-week starters at the position on bye.
Another week, 13 more targets for Johnson. I would be shocked if he finishes the season outside the top 20 receivers.
Jackson suffered a rib injury last week, but it is not serious. He'll start this week, meaning he should be in your lineup.
Avant led the team with eight targets a week ago, catching five of them for 87 yards. I'm ready to endorse him as a depth guy.
Broyles should have a larger role in the offense after Nate Burleson broke his arm in a car accident on Tuesday.
This is a great matchup for Austin. I'd be inclined to start him in most leagues.
Givens only had two receptions against Dallas, but the eight targets are encouraging. He's the No. 1 receiver in town.
Roberts had just four targets a week ago, showing why he's still just a depth guy.
Washington led the team with 10 targets last week, catching eight of them for 131 yards. He's the Tennessee recevier you want.
Hartline had four catches for 56 yards and a TD last week. He looks like a WR3/4 for the rest of the season.
Streater had three receptions for 42 yards against Denver. He could be a WR3 if Terrelle Pryor can go.
Jennings caught just three balls for 43 yards last week, and really cannot be considered a fantasy option unless you're desperate.
Avery had his biggest game as a pro last week, catching seven passes for 141 yards. It might put him on the fantasy radar, but he shouldn't be considered a starter.
Williams caught five of the nine balls thrown his way last week, going for 65 yards. He's a WR3 this week.
Hankerson had seven targets last week, catching three of them for 21 yards. There's no reason to consider him.
Brown had just three targets last week and cannot be trusted as anything more than a depth guy.
Wright caught all six of his targets for 71 yards against the Chargers. Keep an eye on the Baylor product over the next few weeks.
Williams had six targets last week, and should be in for a bigger role if Vernon Davis can't go.
Johnson clearly was not 100 percent against the Ravens after suffering a concussion the previous week. Keep an eye on his practice participation this week.
There's that big-play ability we talked about last week in regards to Hill. Three catches for 108 yards and a TD. He's a nice option now that bye weeks are upon us, and could develop into a WR3.
Woods caught just two passes, but had 10 targets. Whether the incompletions were on him or EJ Manuel, that number is hard to ignore.
Gordon debuted with a bang last week, catching 10 passes for 146 yards and a TD. The Bengals feature a much better defense than do the Vikings, though.
Hopkins caught six passes for 60 yards last week. He should be benched against a very good Seattle secondary.
Sanu led the team with 68 yards last week and is looking more and more like a guy you can plug in as a replacement if byes hit you hard.
Simpson caught three of his eight targets last week. He won't find things any easier across the pond.
Thompkins only had three receptions last week but he made them count, hitting paydirt twice. I don't think he'll have the same luck in Atlanta.
Austin had six catches last week, but they went for just 30 yards. He's now averaging a paltry 6.6 yards per catch.
Burton got nine targets last week, catching five of them for 42 yards. He could be intriguing when the big bye weeks hit.
White hasn't done a thing this year, and at this point it's hard to trust him until he's pronounced 100 percent.
Kerley watched teammates Stephen Hill and Santonio Holmes have big days last week while he caught just two balls for 25 yards.
That's more like the Royal we all know. I think his brief run of fantasy relevance is behind us.
Baldwin is the third option in this passing game, and that makes it awfully hard to recommend him unless you're desperate.
Holmes caught five of his 10 targets, going for 154 yards and a game-winning 69-yard TD. He'll be a guy to consider in the middle part of the season.
Cotchery caught three passes for 52 yards last week, but he really doesn't belong on any roster in a fantasy league.
Bess had 10 targets last week, and with the Browns likely to trail in most games this year, he could be a sneaky play if and when the bye weeks bite you.
Sanders caught two passes and is pretty much anything but a fantasy ace.
Moss caught seven of the nine balls thrown his way last week for 77 yards. You may want to throw him a roster spot in deeper leagues.
Randle's time to shine in fantasy leagues is coming now that byes have started, but he should be avoided this week.
Gibson caught six of the nine passes thrown his way last week, totaling 49 yards. He's the third receiver on the depth chart, and there simply aren't enough numbers to go around in this offense to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Wright got four targets against the Browns, catching three of them 35 yards.
After getting nine targets two weeks ago, Britt got just five last week. He didn't catch any of them. I have no use for him.
Moore flopped yet again last week, and it's hard not to wonder if he's getting squeezed out of the offense.
Morgan had just two targets last week. If you're still holding onto him for some reason, you can let him go.
Stills had just two targets last week, and really should only be rostered in the deepest of leagues.
Douglas predictably did nothing against the Dolphins. Even with Roddy White still dealing with his ankle injury, Douglas should not be considered a starter.
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