The Bears have generally done as good a job as anyone at keeping Johnson in check, but he's in line for a big game Sunday.
Hilton was a monster in the Colts' first game without Reggie Wayne, catching seven passes for 121 yards and three touchdowns. He's a WR1 the rest of the way.
Jackson had five catches for 150 yards and a TD last week and should be started confidently against Green Bay.
Green didn't find the end zone last week, but still had a huge game thanks to 11 catches for 128 yards.
Thomas will give his owners a big day going up against a San Diego defense that allows the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Johnson had a ridiculous game against the Colts, catching nine passes for 229 yards and three scores. The Cardinals present a very tough matchup, but you're obviously starting him.
Marshall had his best game in some time last week, catching seven passes for 107 yards and a TD. The Lions allow the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Garcon exploded for 172 yards a week ago. You're starting him every week, but you should be very confident in him Thursday night.
The Raiders allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers. Cruz could have his best day of the year.
The Chargers allow the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers. This should be a fun day for anyone who owns a Denver wideout.
Bryant is reportedly dealing with a bulging or herniated disk in his back, but it sounds like he will play on Sunday. There's no way I'd bench him, even with the back issue.
Wallace had a decent output last week, catching six passes for 82 yards. He's a low-end WR2 this week.
Allen had a huge day against Washington, catching eight passes for 128 yards and a TD. Get him in there against a Denver defense that allows the sixth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Brown had five receptions for 71 yards and a score a week ago. You should be starting him every single week.
Smith had five receptions for 78 yards last week, not bad when you consider he was going up against Joe Haden for most of the day.
Johnson had just five catches for 36 yards a week ago. The Steelers have been tough on receivers, so you would be excused if you chose to bench him this week.
Welker should have plenty of room to operate. Look for him to get his share of targets.
Shorts stands to gain a ton of targets with Justin Blackmon gone. He looks like a potential WR2.
Wright had three catches for 69 yards and has emerged as a fringe play at wide receiver. He could take advantage of the terrible Jacksonville defense this week.
Jones was bound to come back to earth after his four-TD game, but he still managed four catches for 66 yards. At least he wasn't a total no-show.
Moore caught five of 11 balls thrown his way for 82 yards last week. The Giants have done fairly well, from a fantasy perspective, against opposing receivers, allowing the 12th-fewest points.
Tate didn't make much noise last week, but he's a solid WR3 against an Atlanta defense that has allowed at least on opposing receiver or tight end per game to score at least 11 fantasy points.
Jennings had six catches for 56 yards last week. It appears the deep ball is no longer part of his repertoire.
Get Nicks in your lineups this week. The Raiders allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Fitzgerald should be started every week, but the Texans have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Moore caught six passes for 70 yards last week, and is a great play against a Dallas defense allowing the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Brown did well in a tough matchup last week, though that was largely thanks to two touchdowns. You can't rely on that sort of TD production from week to week.
Heyward-Bey didn't really register last week, but he could still step up with Reggie Wayne out for the year.
Williams finally had his touchdown-streak snapped. He's a somewhat dicey play this week, as most of his production has been tied up in finding the end zone.
Jackson inexplicably got just four targets last week. It happens. Start him with confidence this week.
You could think about using Pettis if you're out of options this week. The Colts are generous to receivers.
Streater had five receptions for 98 yards last week and is a low-end WR3 against the Giants.
Jeffery caught five passes for 60 yards and an impressive touchdown last week, and should be started as normal.
Baldwin took advantage of his larger role in the offense, catching six passes for 75 yards and a score. He's a solid WR3 this week.
Hopkins cannot be started with confidence against an Arizona defense that allows the sixth-fewest points per game to wide receivers.
Washington didn't catch any of the four passes intended for him last week, but a lot of that had to do with an improving St. Louis pass defense.
Randle can help you out in a pinch this week, but expect the Giants to go with fewer three wideout sets if they get a healthy lead.
Nelson's career year could be derailed by Aaron Rodgers' injury. The targets will still be there, but he is no longer a WR1 for the time being.
Durham is a low-end WR3 against a Bears defense that has allowed 8.5 yards per attempt this season.
Douglas was held in check for the first time since Julio Jones' season-ending foot injury, but that shouldn't stop you from playing him this week.
Cooper had a monster game last week, catching five passes for 139 yards and three scores. He and Foles have a rapport, making him a worthy play this week.
Brown will get an extended look in the offense now that Justin Blackmon is out for the season after violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Smith is a low-end WR3 this week against a stout San Francisco defense. The Panthers will have to go to the air though if they expect to win.
Boldin has just 343 yards in seven games since going for 208 in the season opener. Play him at your own risk.
Davis was silent last week, and should not be started against a strong Carolina defense, even if Roddy White misses another game.
Sanders had his a strong game for the second straight week, catching six passes for 98 yards. The Bills allow the second most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Woods had four catches for 44 yards and injured his ankle last week. He should not be considered against a Pittsburgh defense that has generally limited opposing wide receivers.
Cotchery exploded for 96 yards and three touchdowns last week, and could be in line for another strong game on Sunday. The Bills allow the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Underwood salvaged his day with a touchdown, but he had just two catches on three targets. Look elsewhere.
Now that the six-team bye weeks have passed, Hankerson's days of minimal fantasy value have likely passed.
Brown was quiet against Washington, catching just one of his six targets. This is another good matchup, though.
The Texans aren't generous to receivers this season, making Floyd a risky play this week.
Givens caught four of his eight targets for 55 yards a week ago. He could be considered in a tight spot, as the Colts allow the ninth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Royal has caught a touchdown pass in two straight games. It's hard to expect a third, but stranger things have happened.
Hartline started the season strong, but hasn't topped seven fantasy points in any of the last five games.
Stills showed the bust side of his boom-or-bust nature last week. Only play him if you're devoid of other options this week.
Avant is clearly the third option in this passing game with Foles at the helm.
Jones is a fringe player in fantasy leagues so long as Aaron Rodgers is out.
Simpson caught just two passes for 24 yards with a great matchup last week. It won't get much better on Thursday.
You can't consider Roberts against a Houston team that has allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Jones got eight targets last week, though he caught just four of them for 27 yards.
LaFell cannot be trusted in a matchup with the 49ers, who have allowed the seventh-least fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
Moss barely had any fantasy value when six teams were on bye each of the last two weeks. Don't expect him to recoup any of that now.
Colston returned to practice late in the week, but he's still dealing with the effects of a knee injury. He's a risky play for Week 10.
Boykin was flying high just a couple weeks ago, but with James Jones back and Seneca Wallace starting, it's nearly impossible to trust him.
He could get more looks with Kyle Rudolph injured, but he cannot be considered in fantasy leagues, even in this great matchup.
Ginn had just one catch last week and should not be considered against the San Francisco defense.
In one of the most bizarre stories of the season, Austin continues to be completely invisible in St. Louis. He had zero catches last week.