Six catches, 141 yards, two TDs. Rinse, wash, repeat.
You know he has to go off sooner or later. This will be the week.
Johnson's inactive status sent ripples across the fantasy community a week ago. He could be a gametime decision again this week.
Thomas' owners had to be disappointed that he caught just five passes for 57 yards in a game in which Denver scored 51 points. He'll make it up to them this week.
Smith had another big day, catching six passes for 121 yards. He's a top-10 fantasy receiver.
Johnson had 10 targets last week, but caught just three of them for 19 yards. He missed most of Thursday's practice and could be a game-time decision against a St. Louis defense that has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers this year.
Blackmon could be a garbage-time beast this week. I'd definitely start him anywhere I owned him.
Cobb had his worst receiving game of the season last week, catching just four passes for 35 yards, but added a nice 67-yard run, too. Expect a solid day against the Ravens.
Marshall caught just four passes for 30 yards and a TD last week, and vented to the media after the game. The bet here is the star receiver is placated against the Giants.
As expected, Jackson had a monster day against the Giants, catching seven passes for 132 yards and a TD. Look for him to keep it rolling against the Buccaneers.
Decker had five catches for 87 yards and a TD last week, which actually was good enough to make him the high scorer among Denver wideouts.
It was a ho-hum day for Wayne last week, as he caught six passes for 65 yards. He'll turn it up against the Chargers.
Cruz had a down game last week, but he's a good bet to bounce back against the Bears' suspect pass defense.
I expect Robert Griffin III to thrive against Dallas, and Garcon will be on the receiving end of a lot of that.
Welker only had five catches for 49 yards, but one of those went for a touchdown. Like the rest of his teammates, he'll light up the Jags.
Nelson had five catches for 82 yards last week. He should thrive in Baltimore on Sunday.
The good news for Shorts is there will be plenty of garbage time in this game.
Kerley had five recpetions for 68 yards and a TD last week, and looks like the No. 1 receiver for the Jets, even when both Stephen Hill and Santonio Holmes are healthy.
The Bears shut down Colston, who had just two catches for 15 yards. The Patriots have done quite well against wide receivers from a fantasy perspective, but this is a guy who catches passes from Drew Brees.
Brown will continue to subsist on volume. I'd be surprised if he weren't among the league leaders in targets at the end of the year.
Fitzgerald had three receptions for 43 yards last week, but you're still starting him every single week.
Hilton had a monster day last week, catching five passes for 140 yards and two TDs. Get him right back in your lineup against the Chargers.
Moore caught five passes for 84 yards and a TD last week. I think there will be some garbage-time scoring to be had in this game, and Moore will be the one to benefit.
The move to Mike Glennon does Jackson no favors, but this matchup is too good to ignore.
Avery remains a large part of this offense, catching three passes for 91 yards against the Titans. Is it possible he's a better fantasy option than Dwayne Bowe?
The Niners barely threw the ball last week, resuling in a nothing day from Boldin. He'll get back on track against the Cardinals.
Jones led all Packers receivers with 127 yards and a TD last week. He may be the No. 3, but you can't bench him.
It's impossible to predict which Seattle receiver is going to have the productive day. It sure wasn't Rice last week, as he caught one pass for eight yards.
Amendola made his return last week, catching four passes for 55 yards. He should be able to build on that against the Saints.
Givens had a respectable seven targets last week, but caught just two of them. I'd bench him against a Houston defense that has allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
Carolina has a solid pass defense, but Jennings will please his fantasy owner's by catching Matt Cassel's only TD pass.
Nicks finally had a day, catching nine passes for 142 yards. This is another good matchup for him.
Smith only caught four passes for 60 yards last week, but he did have 10 targets. All that volume will finally pay off this week.
Brown had seven receptions for 117 yards against the Raiders. He's the No. 1 receiver in San Diego and is a strong WR3 the rest of the year.
Bowe caught just four passes for 35 yards last week and cannot be considered anything but a WR3 for the rest of the season.
Williams stepped into the void created by Miles Austin and went off for 151 yards and a TD. He's worth owning, and could even be a sneaky play this week if Austin is out again.
Jeffery set a new franchise record with 218 receiving yards last week. Consider him a weekly starter.
Gordon had four receptions for 86 yards and a TD against the Bills, and the TD was thrown by Brandon Weeden. He's a guy you should start every single week.
Washington had eight targets last week, but caught just three of them for 30 yards. It's too bad, he was really starting to come along with Jake Locker at the helm.
With a nice matchup against the Eagles, Williams could be worth starting in deeper leagues.
Tate had five catches for 61 yards and a TD last week. If only you could start Best Seattle Receiver as a player every week.
Hopkins had just two catches and four targets last week, but he could bounce back against a soft St. Louis pass defense.
Simpson has been a larger part of the Minnesota offense than many expected, but not big enough to make him relevant in fantasy leagues.
Wright led the Titans with six catches for 74 yards a week ago. This is not a week you'll want to consider him.
Avant had seven targets last week, catching three of them for 37 yards. He's not a fantasy option this or any week.
Floyd caught five of his seven targets for 61 yards last week. This isn't the week to play him.
Sanders is averaging nearly 10 targets per game, but this matchup is simply too tough to trust him in your starting lineup.
Streater again had just three targets last week and simply is not an option right now.
Sanu only had two targets a week ago, but there will be a whole lot more passes to go around this week.
Pettis caught four passes for 49 yards and two scores last week and could come in handy when the big bye weeks hit.
Johnson has had two staight down weeks, and now Thad Lewis takes over for the injured EJ Manuel. Keep Johnson on your bench.
Baldwin had five catches for 80 yards last week, but he likely remains the third option in this group.
Thompkins had just three catches for 16 yards last week. It's pretty hard to trust any Patriots receiver not named Amendola.
Hankerson doesn't play enough of a role in this average offense to be on anyone's radar.
Austin had three catches for 32 yards a week ago and is not a fantasy option against the Texans.
Williams didn't have a target last week, though that had a lot to do with game situation.
Edelman had seven targets last week, but caught just two of them for 35 yards. His days of fantasy relevance may have passed.
LaFell is going to have his good games from time to time, but because it's so hard to predict when he'll shine, you're better off staying away.
Brown was inactive last week because of a strained hamstring. Even if he plays, you won't want to start him.
Roberts had just one target last week and has essentially slipped off the fantasy radar.
Wright continues to carve out a bit of a role in this offense, but he should not be considered this or any week.
Randle had a huge day against the Eagles, catching six passes for 96 yards and two TDs. I think he'll take a backseat to Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks this week, though.
Ginn continues to play an important role in the Carolina passing game, catching four passes for 78 yards last week.
Woods got a whopping 13 targets last week, catching five of them for 64 yards, but he'd be a risky start with Thad Lewis under center.
Moss will jump up and surprise you every now and again, but not enough to consider in fantasy leagues.
Hill was clearly limited against the Falcons by the concussion suffered two weeks ago. He should be back at full strength, but this isn't a good matchup for him.
Royal had three catches for 26 yards a week ago. If you're still holding onto him because of what he did the first two weeks of the season, just stop.
Bess had two catches for 25 yards for the second week in a row. He should not be owned in fantasy leagues.
Stills had zero catches on two targets and should no longer be anywhere near your radar.
Dobson had two catches for 49 yards last week. He really doesn't belong on a roster.
Durham had eight targets a week ago and looks to be the No. 2 receiver in Detroit with Nate Burleson out. Still, those targets are likely to come down if Calvin Johnson returns.
Cotchery had five receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown in his last game. Consider that the exception, not the rule for him.
Britt continues to do absolutely nothing and the word is his playing time will be reduced going forward.
Broyles had another brutal game. It's safer to keep him benched until there are more positive results.