Johnson had four catches for 44 yards and a TD last week. He'll be happy to not see Charles Tillman across from him this week.
Jones hasn't been 100 percent most of the season, but that doesn’t stop him from putting up big numbers.
It has been a terrible year for this offense as a whole, but Cruz has been a monster. He'll keep that up against Philly.
Jackson had another down game, but I fully expect him to go off against the Giants.
Smith had a huge day against the Bills, catching five passes for 166 yards and a score. You'll want to start him no matter what.
It will be a huge day for Green Bay's entire passing game, with Nelson leading the way among the receivers.
Green had 15 targets last week but caught just seven of them for 51 yards. He'll break back out this week.
Thomas caught nine of his 10 targets for 86 yards and two scores a week ago. He should go off again this week.
Bryant caught two TDs last week and should thrive in this matchup.
Cobb will once again return kicks for the Packers starting this week. Hopefully that doesn't compromise his role as a receiver.
Johnson was back to 100 percent last week, catching nine passes for 110 yards. He'll take advantage of the Niners' secondary on Sunday.
Marshall got 14 targets last week, catching seven of them for 79 yards. He'll get back on his superstar track this week.
Colston had seven catches for 96 yards last week and should be able to find success against a Bears team that has really struggled against the pass.
There's the guy we were so excited about this summer. Thompkins caught six passes for 127 yards and a score last week. He could be emerging before our eyes.
Fitz caught six passes for 68 yards and a TD last week, showing that he is completely over the hamstring injury that has nagged him in the early going.
He caught just three of his seven targets for 24 yards and is having serious trouble getting going in Miami. The Ravens know him well from his days in Pittsburgh.
Boldin caught five passes for 90 yards and a TD last week and is a great option against fomer teammate Ed Reed and Houston.
Shorts got 12 targets last week, but he'll have to start sharing with Justin Blackmon, who returns from suspension this week.
Gordon had nine targets last week, catching four of them for 71 yards. If you own him, you should start him every week.
Hartline had just four targets last week, catching three for 34 yards. I think he'll rebound in a winning performance.
Moore caught four passes for 66 yards a week ago, and should be able to exploit a favorable matchup with the Chargers.
Austin had eight targets last week, but caught just two of them for six yards, which almost seems like a fake stat line. I love the matchup for him this week, though.
Tate had three catches for 17 yards a week ago, but I like the matchup in Indy.
Decker must have been the loser in last week's game of rock-paper-scissors. He only had five catches for 88 yards.
Floyd caught five of his 10 targets for 87 yards a week ago. Despite the matchup, I think he's worth starting this week.
Hilton has put up three stinkers this season and has yet to find the end zone. With Richard Sherman spending most of his time covering Reggie Wayne, Hilton will finally hit paydirt.
Jones has a similar skill set to the Bears' Alshon Jeffery, who caught five passes for 107 yards and a TD against the Lions last week. This is a nice matchup for him.
He caught just three passes last week, but he did have nine targets. I like him to finally show up for his fantasy owners this week.
Jeffery busted out last week, catching five passes for 107 yards and a score. He looks like a reliable WR3 at worst for the rest of the season.
Brown got nine targets last week, catching seven of them for 41 yards. He'll be a decent option during heavy bye weeks with Malcom Floyd out.
Edelman caugh seven passes for 118 yards last week and remains Tom Brady's go-to guy with Rob Gronkowski and Danny Amendola out.
Welker had seven catches for 76 yards and two TDs last week. He'll be able to find plenty of room to roam against the Cowboys.
Givens caught four of his eight targets for 49 yards last week. The Jaguars present a favorable matchup.
Smith will likely see a ton of Patrick Peterson on Sunday. I think he'll still have a useful day.
With Santonio Holmes out and Stephen Hill likely to join him, Kerley could be a sneaky play this week.
Avant fell off the map last week, catching one ball for seven yards. You could plug him in this week if you're decimated by the bye weeks.
Johnson had his first down game in terms of targets last week. Even against a strong Cleveland secondary, he's a solid WR3 this week.
In what many thought would be his coming-out party, Broyles caught exactly zero passes on one target. You can't trust him right now.
Streater had just three targets last week and really cannot be counted on in fantasy leagues.
Roberts had just two targets against the Buccaneers, but he'll get himself more involved this week.
Brown had four receptions for 34 yards and a TD last week. He's a WR3/4 against the Dolphins if he's healthy.
Washington was just starting to emerge as a fantasy option, but it's hard to trust him with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center.
Rice had just one reception for 11 yards last week. His inconsistent production makes him not worth starting against the Colts.
Bowe salvaged last week by scoring a garbage-time touchdown. He has been an afterthought in KC this year.
Wayne had a great game last week, but he'll be the focus of Seattle's dominant secondary.
Blackmon is back after missing the first four games of the year due to suspension. He's about to find out what fun it is to play for the Jaguars in 2013.
White continues to work his way back from a high ankle sprain. I'm starting to get more confident in him.
Avery only caught two passes last week but had 10 targets. He looks like a major part of this offense.
The speedster has had a decent year, but he's too inconsistent to be relevant in fantasy leagues.
Woods caught four of his eight targets for 80 yards, scored one touchdown and almost had two. He has worked his way into fantasy relevance.
Hopkins was shut down by the Seahawks and isn't likely to do much better against the 49ers this week.
Bess had two catches for 25 yards last week. He's no more than the fourth option in this offense.
Baldwin hasn't really gotten anything going this year and shouldn't be owned in nearly any fantasy league.
Dobson caught just one pass for 10 yards and is too far down the pecking order to trust as a fantasy option.
Royal had three catches for 42 yards last week. Forget about the first two weeks this year. If you're still holding onto him, you can feel free to drop him.
Britt didn't get a target last week and the Titans are reportedly willing to trade him. That's not the kind of guy you want anywhere near your roster.
Williams only had one target last week and should not be anywhere near your roster.
Sanu had three receptions for 19 yards against the Browns. The matchup this week isn't bad, but there isn't any reason to start him, even if you're in a deep league.
In a tough matchup with the Cardinals, you don't want to have anything to do with LaFell.
Gibson had six catches for 71 yards in the Monday night game against the Saints. I don't love this matchup for him.
Randle had just one catch for seven yards and has yet to capitalize on the potential he showed during the preseason.
Wright caught five of his nine targets for 56 yards last week. Don't expect much from him against the Chiefs.
Austin missed last week's game, and as of Friday was listed as doubtful with his typical hamstring problems. You can do better.
Stills had six targets last week, but he still isn't producing at a level that justifies rostering him.
Douglas has not capitalized on the opportunity presented by Roddy White's ankle injury.
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