Bryant should make up for last week's game against a Philadelphia defense that is the league's worst against wide receivers in fantasy terms.
Jackson didn't skip a beat with Nick Foles at the helm, catching six passes for 64 yards and two TDs. Dallas allows 24.8 fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
In two games this year, Blackmon has 19 catches for 326 yards and a TD. He racked up an insane 20 targets last week. He's a true WR1.
Marshall got back on track against the Giants, catching nine passes for 87 yards and two TDs. Another huge game is in his future.
Johnson was likely still dealing with the effects of a knee injury last week, as he caught just three passes for 25 yards. You have more guts than me if you bench a guy like this.
That's more like it. Green had six receptions for 103 yards and a TD last week. He'll keep that right on going against the Lions.
Nicks caught four passes for 70 yards against the Bears last week. The Vikings allow 7.5 YPA and have surrendered the fourth most fantasy points per game to receivers this year.
Wayne had five receptions for 88 yards last week, becoming the ninth player in NFL history with at least 1,000 career catches. He'll have a big game against the Broncos.
Jackson caught nine passes for 114 yards and two TDs last week. The Falcons have allowed the fourth most fantasy points to receivers this year.
Garcon caught six passes for 69 yards last week, but we saw in that game why I have him as a top-10 receiver the rest of the way. He had 15 targets. Expect that to continue.
Nelson's already impressive numbers could go through the roof with Randall Cobb injured. He should see double-digit targets in every game.
Buffalo has been terrible against the pass last year, and I think that will set up Wallace for one of his best games of the season.
Thomas had three receptions for 78 yards last week, giving him two straight games without a TD. That streak will end this week.
Decker caught five passes for 50 yards, but this will be a huge game for everyone involved in the Denver passing game.
Cruz had four catches for 68 yards last week. He should be in store for a huge day against a Minnesota team that has surrendered the fourth most fantasy points to receivers.
The rookie had a monster game, catching nine passes for 107 yards and a TD. He has WR3 potential for the rest of the season.
Jeffery was quiet last week as Cutler took care of Brandon Marshall. Know that when you start him, there could be weeks like that.
Jennings had 10 targets last week, catching six of them for just 34 yards. The Giants are terrible against the pass, allowing the sixth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Welker caught six of his eight targets for 63 yards and a score last week. The Colts have done well against the pass this year, but then again they've yet to play the Broncos.
Brown got 11 more targets last week, catching nine of them for 86 yards. Only four teams allow fewer fantasy points to wide receivers than the Ravens.
Hilton caught five passes for 43 yards last week, his fourth dud of the season. Luck should have to throw a ton this week, but it's getting hard to trust Hilton.
Randle caught three passes for 75 yards and a TD against the Bears. I have him as a solid WR3 this week.
Edelman had 11 targets last week, and could be a volume champion again with Amendola out. He's a worthy WR4 this week.
Tate led the team with seven targets and is starting to emerge as Russell Wilson's No. 1 option. That could change when Percy Harvin returns. In the meantime, he's due for his second touchdown of the season come Thursday.
I'm selling on Smith for the rest of the year. Try to play up his touchdown last week and do the same. He just doesn't look like the same guy.
Hill looked more like himself last week, though he only caught three passes for 46 yards. New England has been solid against the pass this year, so this is not the week to get Hill in your lineup.
Williams got just two targets last week, though he made them count by finding the end zone. Miles Austin got four targets in his first game back from injury, making Williams a dicey play.
Bowe hasn't gotten a thing going this year, and the Houston defense ranks No. 1 against opposing wide receivers. Look elsewhere.
Gordon put up a big game against Detroit, catching seven passes for 126 yards. The Packers allow the fifth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
The Packers totally shut Smith down, limiting him to one catch for 12 yards. The Steelers present a challenge, but you're starting him for sure.
Johnson did all he could do last week, catching seven of his eight targets for 88 yards. This is a tough matchup, but you have to ride with him.
Boykin steps into the void created by Randall Cobb's injury. He caught one of his six targets last week, but it did go for 43 yards.
Hartline seems the more consistent option in Miami, though Mike Wallace is doublessly more explosive. Both should do well this week.
Kerley caught just two of his seven targets for 19 yards. He's the No. 1 option in this offense, but it's hard to be even remotely confident in him this week.
Boldin got eight targets last week, but caught just three of them for 28 yards. It'll be interesting to see if Alterraun Verner covers him or Vernon Davis more frequently.
Williams is worth starting if he can come back from the hamstring injury that kept him out last week.
Floyd caught five of his six targets for 44 yards and a score against the 49ers. I'm looking elsewhere this week.
Douglas could be the real beneficiary with Julio Jones on the shelf. Of course, he needs to prove it to us before we can trust him.
LaFell is trending upward after catching four passes for 107 yards last week and a TD. He has 207 yards and three scores in his last three games.
Simpson caught four passes for 30 yards last week. He could develop into a bye-week option if he takes off with Josh Freeman.
Fitz had a big game last week, catching six passes for 117 yards and a TD. I don't like this matchup for the Cardinals, but you have to get him in your lineup.
Hopkins had three catches for 47 yards a week ago. The Chiefs are not to be trifled with. Keep Hopkins on your bench.
Johnson missed last week's game due to a back injury and a death in his family. He'll play this week.
Avery caught two of his four targets for just six yards a week ago. Though he usually plays a decent role in the offense, he's not a fantasy option.
Brown caught only two passes for 31 yards last week and was outshined by teammate Keenan Allen. I prefer the latter for the rest of the year.
Jones played in his first game since Week 1, catching two passes for 42 yards and a score. You can add him in deep leagues.
Thompkins caught his fourth touchdown of the season last week, and is slowly becoming a favorite of Tom Brady's in the red zone.
Brown will get an opportunity to start with Cecil Shorts and Ace Sanders out due to injury. He's not someone you want to consider in fantasy leagues.
Rice had two catches for 35 yards last week. You wouldn't necessarily trust him in a good matchup, and this is a bad one. Stay away.
Avant caught just four passes for 21 yards while teammate Riley Cooper racked up 120 yards and a score. That isn't good for Avant's stock.
Pettis had one catch for 12 yards against the Texans. You don't want any part of him this week.
Moss got just three targets last week and appears to be the fifth option, at best, in this offense.
Wright led the team again with five catches, eight targets and 69 yards last week. He has to be considered the No. 1 option for now, but that doesn't make him relevant in fantasy leagues.
Sanders had three catches for 70 yards and a touchdown against the Jets last week. He could be a decent fill-in during bye weeks, but this is not a beneficial matchup.
Givens had two receptions for 20 yards last week. It's really hard to trust anyone involved with this passing game.
Washington caught three passes for 80 yards against the Chiefs last week, and has taken over as the Titans No. 1 WR.
Jones may play after suffering a knee injury against the Ravens last week. If he starts, you will want to play him.
Sanu is an important part of the Bengals offense, but he doesn't do nearly enough to rate for fantasy players.
Gibson is running third in the receiving corps and cannot be counted on as a starter unless one of the two guys in front of him gets hurt.
Arizona's pass defense is far too strong to consider rolling with an also-ran like Baldwin.
Cooper exploded for 120 yards and a TD last week, but I wouldn't get used to it.
Dobson could be in for an uptick in targets with Danny Amendola back on the shelf. He could be dangerous in this offense if he could hold on to the ball.
Any receiver against the Bears could be worth starting in fantasy leagues, but it's too hard to bet on Hankerson.
Austin didn't catch a pass in his return, but he got four targets. He's a WR4 this week.
Woods got a whopping 13 targets last week, catching five for 64 yards, but he'd be a risky start with Thad Lewis or Matt Flynn under center.
Wright had just two targets last week. We'll have to wait and see if he meshes with Josh Freeman, but he should not be owned right now.
Williams has two targets in the last two weeks combined and should not be on your radar.
Bess is nothing if not consistent, catching exactly two passes for the third consecutive week.
Ginn had just two catches for 22 yards last week and really shouldn't be on your radar.
Durham had 13 targets last week, catching eight of them for 83 yards. He should be stashed on your roster, though I would not consider him a starter this week.
White is still dealing with the ankle sprain. I wouldn't start him on Sunday.
Austin caught one pass for three yards. You can probably feel free to drop him in most leagues.
Brown returned from a hamstring injury to catch three passes for 71 yards last week. We'll see if he can stay ahead of Jacoby Jones on the depth chart.
Gronkowski makes his much-awaited return to the field this week. Given all the time it has taken him to get back, I don't think the usual caveats for guys coming off injury apply here. Get him in your lineup.
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