Johnson had seven receptions for 115 yards last week. He's in line for a big day, even though the Green Bay secondary is back to full strength.
Gordon burned the Steelers for 237 yards and a score last week. He did plenty of damage after Brandon Weeden took over for an injured Jason Campbell, so there's no reason to downgrade him for the quarterback change.
Bryant should feast on a Raiders defense allowing the fifth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Green could have an absolute monster of a game against a San Diego defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Marshall had a huge day against the Rams, and should keep on rolling against a Minnesota defense that has surrendered the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Somehow Jackson got just three targets last week. That should change this week, though the Carolina defense will make it tough on Mike Glennon.
Thomas had five catches for 121 yards in Denver's first game with Kansas City. You know the drill.
Nelson had four catches for 58 yards last week, and is a strong WR2 against a Detroit defense allowing the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Floyd has 297 yards and a score in his last two games and is poised to build on that against Philadelphia.
Streater had another solid game a week ago, and would benefit greatly if Denarius Moore has to miss the Thanksgiving game against the Cowboys because of his shoulder injury.
Johnson has managed to have another strong season amidst all the tumult in Houston. Play him with confidence this week.
Allen came back to life against the Chiefs last week. Though the Bengals have been better than average against recievers, you want him in your lineup.
Wright had six catches for 103 yards and a touchdown last week and is a WR2 against a Colts defense allowing the sixth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Garcon's down season has tracked right along with the Washington passing game. He's a WR2 this week.
The Falcons allow the 10th-most fantasy points per game to receivers, making Johnson a solid WR3.
Fitz had five receptions for 52 yards and two touchdowns last week. He could be in line for a monster day against a Philadelphia defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Decker had five catches for 71 yards in Denver's first game with Kansas City this year. Start him with confidence.
Welker didn't play as well as he expected in last week's game against his former team. Get him active as usual this week.
Brown got the better of Joe Haden last week, hauling in six passes for 92 yards and a score. He's second in the NFL with 1,044 receiving yards this year.
I would get Harvin active this week, but do know that the Saints allow the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Smith couldn't take advantage of a great matchup in Chicago last week. Play him as usual this week.
Jeffery had just four catches for 42 yards last week, but is a WR2 going up against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Colston was shut down in a good matchup, and figures to see plenty of Richard Sherman on Monday.
Jackson will see a heavy dose of Patrick Peterson on Sunday, but you should still play him with the utmost confidence.
Smith's fantasy production has fallen off this year, but he remains a WR3 for this week's game with the Buccaneers.
Wallace and Ryan Tannehill finally got on the same page last week, connecting five times for 127 yards and a touchdown. Get him in your lineup.
Cruz was a major disappointment against the Cowboys last week, but should be considered a WR2 against a Washington defense that allows the eighth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Jones has been quiet since his four-TD game, but he could be worth a play in deep leagues against a San Diego defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Amendola is no better than a WR3 against the tough Houston defense this week.
Bowe is a WR3 this week, going up against a Denver defense that allows the 11th-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Durham got six targets last week and could be a decent WR3 option if you need help at the position this week.
Tate remains a low-end WR2, but the Saints allow the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Hilton had five receptions for just 44 yards when he faced off with Tennessee's Alterraun Verner two weeks ago. I don't envision it unfolding much differently this time around.
Royal should not be considered against a Cincinnati defense that allows the 10th-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Douglas is a must-start against a Buffalo defense that allows the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Moore missed last week's game because of a shoulder injury. He'll be a high-end WR3 if he can go this week.
Cooper has become a must-start receiver with Nick Foles under center. Consider him a WR3 this week.
Boykin conintued to chug right along without the services of Aaron Rodgers, catching five passes for 60 yards and a touchdown last week. He's a high-end WR3 against Detroit.
Avery led all Chiefs receivers last week, and could be a sneaky play for a Kansas City team that knows it needs to score more and score quicker to keep up with the Broncos.
Boldin finally had a big game, his first since Week 1. Against a St. Louis defense that has done well stopping opposing receivers, though, he's a WR3.
Shorts caught eight of his 11 targets for 71 yards last week. Consider him a WR3 in a tough matchup with Joe Haden.
Woods could be considered in very deep leagues, although he could lose snaps to Marquise Goodwin.
Hopkins could be a factor for fantasy owners in 2014, but his usefulness this year is dubious at best.
McCluster cannot be considered for fantasy purposes, even in the deepest of leagues.
Patterson got 11 targets a week ago and could be ascending to the top of the depth chart in Minnesota before long.
Nicks has failed with plenty of great matchups this season. By now you've probably given up on him, unless you don't have a better option.
Brown returned from injury last week, but caught just one pass for one yard. He should be firmly planted on your bench if you own him.
The Niners have allowed the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers, making Givens a bad play.
Brown missed last week's game because of an injured shoulder. Even if he can suit up on Sunday, he's way off the fantasy radar.
Randle should be considered in deeper leagues, as Washington allows the eighth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Hartline had five catches for 78 yards last week, and the Jets pass defense can be exploited. It has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
White has had a terrible year, but he could be a sneaky play this week against a Buffalo defense that allows the third-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers.
Williams let his owners down last week, and it's getting harder to count on him with Dez Bryant, Jason Witten and now Miles Austin in the mix.
Jennings returned from injury to catch two passes for 29 yards against his former team last week. He's a low-end WR3 against this terrible Bears defense.
Moore should not be considered, even if Seattle's secondary has taken a few hits of late.
Underwood had three catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns last week. While he's worth owning, he cannot be played against a Carolina defense allowing the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Hunter exploded for six catches, 109 yards and a score against the Raiders last week. Chalk it up to a beneficial matchup. He still shouldn't be in starting lineups.
Pettis isn't an advisable start against a San Francisco defense that has surrendered the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to receviers.
LaFell cannot be considered, even with this decent matchup against the Buccaneers.
Holmes had just one catch for 12 yards against the Ravens last week. No one involved in this offense can be trusted.
Avant runs third at best in Philly, and that is nowhere near good enough to consider playing him against the Cardinals.
Sanders caught six of his seven targets for 52 yards and a score last week, but you should be able to do better than him in a tough matchup with the Ravens.
Baldwin is a WR3 against a Saints defense that allows the eighth-fewest points per game to receivers.
Simpson had two catches on four targets last week and is nowhere near being relevant to fantasy owners.
Washington had five receptions for 45 yards last week. The Colts allow the sixth-most fantasy points per game to receivers, but he is still not an advisable play this week.
Roberts had 43 yards last week and could warrant some consideration in very deep leagues, as the Eagles allow the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Robinson should start for the rest of the season, but he's nowhere near relevant in fantasy leagues.
Jones had seven receptions for 80 yards a week ago, his best game since Aaron Rodgers' shoulder injury. He's still running third on the fantasy depth chart behind Jordy Nelson and Jarrett Boykin, though.
Austin caught just one pass for 17 yards last week and cannot be trusted for fantasy purposes.
Austin's 65-yard touchdown run was his only meaningful play against the Bears.
Jones led the Ravens with 103 yards and a touchdown last week, but he remains irrelevant in fantasy leagues.
Heyward-Bey has been a real disappointment since getting a chance in light of Reggie Wayne's injury.
Matthews found a way to catch three passes for two yards last week. He's a very low-end WR3 this week.
Holmes had two catches for 32 yards last week. He is not an advisable play, even if Denarius Moore misses another game because of his shoulder injury.
Manningham should not be considered in fantasy leagues against a defense like that of the Rams.
Ginn is in a secondary role in this offense, one that doesn't afford him the chance to be relevant to fantasy owners.
Cotchery got exactly one target last week and cannot be trusted against a strong Baltimore defense.
Brown has seemingly fallen out of favor in San Diego. Stay away.
Edelman had a big game against the Broncos, but they're one of the league's friendliest to opposing receivers. The same cannot be said of the Texans.
Moss hasn't had any fantasy value this season.
Thompkins doesn't have a large enough role in this offense to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Dobson should only be considered in deep leagues going up against Houston this week.
Stills is not a good option this week with the Saints going up against the Seattle defense.
Hill was shutout for the second straight game last week. He is not a fantasy option.
Nelson didn't catch any of his five targets last week. Call it the collateral damage inherent in playing with Geno Smith.