Thomas should go off against a Washington defense that allows the sixth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
The Broncos allow the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers. Garcon is going to have a monster day.
Nelson should see a ton of targets and have a huge game against a Minnesota defense that allows the ninth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Green kept on rolling against the Lions, catching six passes for 155 yards and a score. Even with a challenging matchup, I think Green will have a huge day.
Jackson caught just three passes for 21 yards last week, but it was a terrible day for the entire Philly offense. He still had eight targets.
Calvin got back to being Calvin last week, catching nine passes for 155 yards and two TDs. He'll keep that going against Dallas.
Fitz struggled mightily against the Seahawks, catching two passes for 17 yards. The Falcons allow the fourth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Bryant caught eight passes for 110 yards last week, but did not find the end zone. He's 10th in the league with 569 yards.
Moore and Terrelle Pryor have developed a great relationship with one another, something they'll need in a tough matchup with the Steelers.
The Bills have surrendered the second most fantasy points per game to receivers. Colston will have a big day.
Washington allows the sixth most fantasy points per game to receivers on the season. Decker will enjoy the matchup.
Jackson had another monster game last week, catching 10 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns. Start him again with confidence.
Welker should have a great game on Sunday. If you lose this week, it won't be because he didn't deliver.
Brown caught six of his seven targets for 50 yards last week. The Raiders have allowed the 13th most fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
Floyd could be in for his best day of the season on Sunday, as the Falcons allow the fourth most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Douglas had a monster game last week, catching seven passes for 149 yards and a TD. He'll likely see more attention from the Rams than he did from the Buccaneers.
Blackmon put up the numbers of a mere mortal last week, catching six of his nine targets for 58 yards. The Jags should throw a ton on Sunday.
Cruz caught five passes for 50 yards last week and hasn't scored since Week 4. He has been a mild disappointment this season.
Smith seems to be waking up a bit, catching five passes for 69 yards and a score last week. He should be played in most leagues on Thursday.
Kerley had a great day against the Patriots, catching eight passes for 97 yards and a TD. He's the one Jet I'd fly with this week.
Rice had three catches for 50 yards and a touchdown last week. His stock will take a hit when Percy Harvin returns.
Jones is expected to return from a knee injury this week. Get him right back in your lineup.
Williams caught a touchdown for his third consecutive game, and should be started confidently this week.
Harvin has a great chance to make his 2013 debut this week. Monitor his practice participation.
Stills hasn't caught on after being a darling of the fantasy community early in the season, but Jimmy Graham's injury gives him an opportunity to step up during a week in which six teams are on bye.
Edelman saw his targets fall off a cliff with Rob Gronkowski back. It will remain that way the rest of the year.
Randle had three catches for 40 yards and a TD against the Vikings. I love him as a bye-week replacement this week.
Johnson returned to the field last week and got 13 more targets. The volume will always be there for him.
Shorts played through a shoulder injury and caught eight passes for 80 yards last week. I'd play him as normal on Sunday.
Gordon had a rough outing against the Packers, catching just two passes for 21 yards. I'd start him this week, but understand the Browns could be in for a long day.
Boykin had a huge game last week in his first as a starter, catching eight passes for 104 yards and a TD. I'd start him with confidence this week.
Boldin caught five balls for 74 yards a week ago. You have to start him against the Jaguars. There are simply too many scoring opportunities.
Wallace led the Dolphins with 76 yards last week, and has asserted himself as the top receiver on the team. He's the only one I'd trust this week.
Nicks got 10 targets last week, but caught just two for 28 yards. Take solace in the targets and get him back in your lineup this week.
Williams returned after missing one game with a hamstring injury, but caught just four passes for 32 yards. Monitor his health status this week.
Bowe had five catches for 66 yards last week, which no doubt encourages his fantasy owners. That in and of itself is a sad commentary on his season.
Avant seemed to take a backseat to Riley Cooper with Nick Foles under center. He may see his role increase with Michael Vick back.
Tate led the team with 77 yards a week ago. While every Seattle receiver will get a downgrade when Percy Harvin returns, Tate's role feels the safest.
Hill had just one catch for 17 yards a week ago. I wouldn't run him out there against the Bengals.
Hartline caught six of 11 targets for 69 yards last week, but the Patriots have done well against opposing receivers this year. I'd look elsewhere.
Woods saw his targets plummet to four last week with the return of Stevie Johnson. I'd keep him on the bench in this game.
Roberts could be a sneaky play if you're hit hard by all the byes this week. The Falcons have been quite generous to receivers.
Jennings had four catches for 41 yards last week. His acrimonious departure from Green Bay should have him pumped up for this game.
Hankerson could have a surprising week, as the Broncos have allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Durham got eight more targets last week, and looks to have a steady role in this offense. He could be a sneaky play with six teams on bye this week and next week.
Sanders got just two targets last week, catching one of them for seven yards. He could be sneaky play with all the regular starters sitting because of byes.
Streater has clearly taken a secondary role to Denarius Moore in the offense.
Thompkins caught just two passes for 16 yards a week ago. I'd only consider him this week if my team was decimated by all the byes.
Gibson had five catches for 40 yards and two TDs a week ago, but don't count on that sort of production. He's still the No. 3 receiver in town.
Moore should finally be able to get back on the field, but you can't consider rolling with him this week.
Avery caught three passes for 33 yards last week. Even with six teams on bye, I would not consider him a starter.
Wright caught one of his five targets for 13 yards last week. He shouldn't be on your radar.
Brown took advantage of his opportunity, catching five passes for 120 yards last week. You don't want to start him, but keep an eye on his usage against the Niners.
Sanu caught just one pass for 12 yards last week. He is not to be trusted.
If you're in a bind this week, consider Moss. Denver allows the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Austin has been passed on the depth chart by Terrance Williams and should not be trusted in fantasy leagues.
Simpson got nine targets a week ago, but we cannot trust him as a fantasy starter.
LaFell had three catches for 35 yards last week and is not a true fantasy receiver.
White has been ruled out for this week. Drew Davis is expected to get the start alongside Harry Douglas.
If Percy Harvin returns this week, expect Baldwin to be phased out of the offense.
Pettis caught two of his four targets for 17 yards last week. There isn't any reason to consider starting him on Monday night.
Bess got six targets last week, but caught just two of them for 11 yards. You don't want any part of him this week.
Cotchery caught four passes for 41 yards a week ago. There are six teams on bye this week, but I still wouldn't turn to Cotchery unless I were in a very deep league.
Ginn had just two targets last week. Even in this thin week, you should not consider him.
Givens had one catch for 24 yards last week. You don't want to have anything to do with this passing game against the Seahawks.
Dobson got seven targets a week ago, but caught just three for 34 yards. He hasn't been able to do much with the opportunity.
Austin is averaging less than seven yards per catch this season. So much for all those big plays.
Cooper enjoyed his two best games of the season with Nick Foles at the helm. Expect his role to diminish this week.
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