Johnson had just five catches for 37 yards last week, though he managed to score twice. He's one of the best options at the position against a Raiders defense that allows the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
While the Titans have allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to receivers, Hilton is a WR1 who should be started every week.
Johnson finally had some success against the Bears, though it was largely against an injured Charles Tillman. You know the drill.
Garcon predictably went off against the Vikings, catching seven passes for 119 yards and a touchdown. He could do exactly the same against the Eagles.
Jackson had four catches for 80 yards and a TD last week. He's a great play, as always.
Green had a huge day thanks to a 51-yard TD reception on a hail Mary. Don't even think about sitting him, even though he had seven catches for just 51 yards against the Browns in their first meeting.
Smith could be in line for a monster day against a Bears defense that is without Charles Tillman, by far its best defensive back.
Jackson was quiet for the second straight week, but the Falcons have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Marshall had a monster day against the Lions, caching seven passes for 139 yards and two scores. Get him in there with confidence against the Ravens.
Brown continues to chug along, catching six passes for 104 yards last week. Start him as usual.
Cooper has developed into a legitimate WR2 with Nick Foles at the helm. Make sure he's in your lineup this week.
Jeffery had nine receptions for 114 yards last week and got a ridiculous 18 targets. Confidently start him against Baltimore.
Fitz had just three catches for 23 yards against the Texans. You should get way better production out of him this week, though it hasn't been the bounce-back campaign many expected.
With the Cleveland run game in shambles and the Bengals one of the league's best at stopping the run, look for Gordon to push up to 12 targets, and possibly beyond.
Harvin will likely make his 2013 debut against his old team on Sunday. I feel comfortable running him out there in fantasy leagues right off the bat. This is a great matchup.
Shorts was a disappointment last week, catching just two passes for 42 yards. The real shocker was that he got just four targets. Consider him a WR3 this week.
With the passing game struggling, Cruz has been a major disappointment this year. It's hard to consider him anything more than a low-end WR2.
Matthews is the Dolphins new slot receiver and will get a lot of targets as Tannehill unloads the ball while under pressure.
Baldwin may see his targets fall with Percy Harvin likely returning, but he's still a solid play this week.
It hasn't been a great statistical year for Smith, but you can feel confident in him as a WR3 against the Patriots.
Nelson had six catches on 10 targets last week, but they totaled just 56 yards. The explosive plays may not be there without Aaron Rodgers.
Wright caught seven of his nine targets for 78 yards and has emerged as a solid WR3/4 this season.
Tate had six catches for 101 yards and a score against the Falcons and is a solid play against a Minnesota defense allowing the ninth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Colston came back from a knee injury to catch seven passes for 107 yards and a score. I consider him a WR2 this week.
Brown got just three targets last week. He's way too boom-or-bust, with an emphasis on boom, to trust in fantasy leagues, even with a good matchup against the Bears.
Dobson has a tough matchup with a Carolina defense that allows the second-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Welker was a no-show last week, but he remains a guy you start without question.
White had one catch for 20 yards in his return to action last week. I'm still staying away.
Moore was the one receiver who didn't get in on the fun last week. Drew Brees has a way of evening that out.
Thomas hogged the spotlight -- and the stats -- last week, catching seven passes for 108 yards and three scores. He's a great play every week.
Holmes should return from injury this week to face a Bills team that has allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Decker disappointed with just three catches for 52 yards against the Chargers last week. Get him back in your lineup against the Chiefs.
The Raiders have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to recievers, making Hopkins a sneaky play this week.
Moore had just three receptions last week, but he did get nine targets. The Texans allow the fifth-fewest points per game to wide receivers.
Boykin surprisingly caught eight passes for 112 yards last week. I've got him as a WR3 this week.
Underwood could be a fringe starter against Atlanta. He had three receptions for 64 yards in his first game as the team's No. 2 receiver.
Jennings cannot be considered in a matchup in Seattle.
Durham caught just one pass last week, but it went for six points. Still, he should be off the fantasy radar now that bye weeks have all but passed.
Neither the Chiefs nor the NFL is going to discipline Dwayne Bowe before this game, so apply the consideration you'd normally give him.
The Panthers allow the second-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers, so Amendola will be hard- pressed to deliver for his fantasy owners.
Allen disappointed against the Broncos, catching just four passes for 41 yards. The Dolphins have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers and shut down Vincent Jackson last week.
Washington had just three catches for 29 yards against the Jaguars. You shouldn't have to consider him this week unless you're in a very deep league.
As of Wednesday morning, the Bills were reportedly leaning toward resting Woods one more week.
Cotchery caught another touchdown pass last week and could be a sneaky play against a Lions team allowing the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Nelson is a decent play against his former team, especially considering that he's still peeved that he learned he had been cut via Twitter.
Douglas caught seven passes last week, though they went for just 49 yards. He's a WR3 this week.
Nicks has been a huge disappiontment for his fantasy owners this year. I consider him a fringe starter this week.
Roberts led the Cardinals with 72 yards and a touchdown against the Texans last week. Don't let that sway you into playing him on Sunday.
Hartline went for five receptions and 57 yards last week. This statline should forever be known as The Hartline.
Heyward-Bey has failed to step up in Reggie Wayne's absence. Don't bet on it happening against Tennessee defense that has allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Streater caught one pass for six yards last week and cannot be trusted against a defense like Houston's.
Floyd caught two passes for 31 yards last week and should be considered a WR3/4 in Jacksonville on Sunday.
Dwayne Bowe won't be disciplined this week for his arrest, so any owner looking for Avery to get some extra targets should look elsewhere.
Patterson caught a touchdown last week, but you can't possibly be thinking about him as a starter against the Seahawks.
The Bills allow the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers, making Hill a potentially sneaky play this week.
Brown had another lackluster day against Denver last week and cannot be considered a starter in Miami.
Sanders had four catches for 13 yards last week. He is being outperformed by Cotchery these days.
Manningham caught three passes for 30 yards in his first game of the season last week. Until this passing game shows signs of life, he should not be on the radar in fantasy leagues.
You're not even thinking about Bess, but if you need another reason to stay away consider that the Bengals have allowed the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Avant watched again last week as teammates DeSean Jackson and Riley Cooper had all the fun.
Jones had two catches for 17 yards a week ago and is a non-factor in fantasy leagues.
Brown had two catches for 40 yards last week and is nowhere near starting territory against a strong Arizona pass defense.
Hankerson produced a 61-yard game against the Vikings, but he's hard to consider with just two teams on bye.
McCluster had a touchdown catch two games ago and then a glaring drop the week after. He does add a degree of daring to the Chiefs offense.
Jones had one reception for two yards last week, though he did have seven targets. You shouldn't be considering him against a team like the Browns.
LaFell caught four of his eight targets last week and should not be on your radar against a New England defense that that is solid against the pass.
Moss is barely an option in Washington, let alone in fantasy leagues. He almost saved his day with a touchdown catch last week, but was ruled out of bounds.
Stills rode a 52-yard TD to a solid game last week. I wouldn't count on that against the 49ers.
Simpson will likely play despite a DWI arrest last week, but you shouldn't be thinking about him as a starter.
Boldin has suffered right along with the San Francisco passing offense. Keep him firmly planted on your bench this week.
Wallace had just four catches for 15 yards last week while teammate Rishard Matthews had 11 for 120 and two scores. Change may be afoot in Miami.
Randle is barely worthy of WR4 consideration this week and for the rest of the season.
Jones had just four catches for 44 yards last week. It's hard to trust him with Scott Tolzien under center.
Ginn had two catches for 19 yards last week and cannot be considered in fantasy leagues.
Thompkins is no better than the fourth option in the New England passing game. You can't trust a guy like that in most matchups, least of all one against a defense like Carolina's.
With Roddy White back on the field last week, Davis had just one target. His 15 minutes are up.
Royal should not be thought of as starting material with the Chargers going up against a strong pass defense in Miami.
Now that Tom Brady has his full complement of receivers, Edelman no longer has a reliable role in the offense.