For your sake, I hope you aren't playing the owner who has Johnson this week. The Eagles allow the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
The Colts allow the eighth-most fantasy points per game to receivers. I wouldn't want to be playing against Green this week.
Peyton Manning has a way of evening things out, but Thomas is likely to see a ton of Alterraun Verner on Sunday.
Johnson had another big game last week, catching eight passes for 121 yards. The Jags held him to two cathes for 36 yards in the earlier meeting. I don't see that repeating.
Dallas allows the most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, and that's great news for Marshall.
Gordon had 10 catches for 261 yards and two touchdowns last week and has a ridiculous 498 yards and three scores the last two weeks.
Jackson could be in for a huge day agianst a Buffalo defense that allows the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Jackson could be a crucial player in fantasy leagues this week as the Lions allow the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Smith caught six passes for 93 yards and a score and has to be excited after seeing what Alshon Jeffery did to the Vikings last week.
Jeffery posted an absolute monster of a game last week, catching 12 passes for a franchise-record 249 yards and two touchdowns. He should keep right on going against Dallas.
Allen had eight catches for 106 yards last week. He's a strong play this week.
Fitz had five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown last week and has five scores in his last five games.
Bryant should find plenty of room to operate against the Bears with Charles Tillman on the sideline.
Welker had just three catches for 38 yards last week and hasn't caught a touchdown since Week 8.
Tate had four catches for 45 yards last week. The 49ers present a challenge, but Tate should get plenty of targets with Percy Harvin still on the shelf.
White finally showed up, though it was just a tad too late for the Falcons. He caught 10 passes for 143 yards last week, and is a WR2 against the Packers.
Brown had his first down game in a while last week, catching five passes for 59 yards. It won't get much easier going up against Brent Grimes this week.
Cooper has had a few down games in a row, but could bounce back against a Detroit defense that allows the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Cruz had six catches for 80 yards last week. He hasn't scored since Week 4, but I'm betting he gets back in the end zone against a San Diego defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Shorts had six catches for 64 yards and a score last week. He's a WR3 for Week 14.
Streater had just three catches for 57 yards last week, but could bounce back against the Jets.
Hilton struggled again in a tough matchup last week. It doesn't get any easier, as the Bengals have allowed the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Nelson had just two catches for 14 yards on Thanksgiving. The Aaron Rodgers injury really derailed what had been a spectacular season for the wideout.
Wright had six catches for 77 yards and is a strong play given that the Titans will have to throw a bunch.
Floyd had five receptions for 99 yards and a score last week. He now has 18 catches for 396 yards and two touchdowns in his last three games.
Baldwin had four catches for 77 yards and a touchdown last week. The Niners allow the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Wallace has had two strong games in a row, and Torrey Smith, who possesses a similar skill set, had six catches for 93 yards and a score against the Steelers last week.
If you're struggling at receiver this week, Underwood might be able to help. The Bills allow the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Sanders caught eight of 11 targets for 67 yards a week ago, but you should be able to do better with your team at full strength.
Bowe had three catches for 56 yards last week. While the Redskins have improved a bit against receivers, they still allow the 11th-most fantasy points per game to the position.
Hartline broke out for nine catches for 127 yards and a score last week. The Steelers have allowed the 12th-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Smith's underwhelming fantasy season continued last week, as he caught just three passes for 51 yards.
Colston was taken away for the second straight game last week, and it doesn't get much easier this week. the Panthers allow the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Jones caught four passes for 53 yards a week ago. He's too deep an option for most leagues.
Jones had three catches for 79 yards on Thanksgiving, but he is no better than a WR2 with Matt Flynn at the helm.
Amendola had five catches for 54 yards last week, but was once again upstaged by Julian Edelman.
Holmes had seven catches for 136 yards last week and could be a sneaky play against a Jets defense that allows the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Garcon had nine receptions last week, though they went for just 61 yards. He remains a WR2 against the Chiefs.
Woods could benefit this week simply by avoiding Darelle Revis.
After four straight ho-hum games, Decker exploded for eight receptions, 174 yards and four touchdowns last week. Get him in there against the Titans.
Durham could be a sneaky play in deep leagues going up against a Philadelphia defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Boykin didn't catch any of his three targets last week. He's a WR3 at best this week.
Moore sat out again last week because of his shoulder. If he plays, he'd be a solid play against a Jets defense that allows the seventh-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Patterson caught one pass for four yards last week. He's a stash option for 2014 for those of you in keeper/dynasty leagues.
Jones had just two catches for 12 yards last week. His 15 minutes appear to be up.
LaFell caught three passes for 36 yards last week, showing off his inconsistent nature.
Douglas caught six passes for 73 yards and got a ridiculous 15 targets last week. He's a WR3 with Roddy White seemingly at 100 percent.
Hopkins had just two catches last week, though one went for 66 yards. He's a WR5 at best.
Avery had just two catches for 17 yards last week. He is far too inconsistent to trust in fantasy leagues.
Hunter came crashing back to earth last week, catching one pass for nine yards. He is not a fantasy option.
Crabtree made his season debut last week, catching two passes for 68 yards. The matchup with Seattle isn't ideal, but he could be a real asset in the fantasy playoffs.
Jennings had seven catches for 78 yards and a score last week, but the Ravens have allowed just 12 passing touchdowns in their last 11 games.
Avant had just one catch for 20 yards last week. He is not an option.
Washington had five receptions for 81 yards last week, and the Broncos allow the ninth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Williams had three catches for 23 yards last week. The Bears are a decent matchup, but his days of fantasy relevance appear to have passed.
Johnson didn't do much with a great matchup last week and couild be stranded on Revis Island on Sunday.
Nicks has been an utter disaster this season. There's too much at stake in the fantasy playoffs to depend on him.
McCluster remains on the outside of the fantasy picture, looking in.
Edelman had his second consecutive big game, catching nine passes for 101 yards. He's still too inconsistent to trust.
Robinson had two targets last week, but didn't catch either of them. He shouldn't be near your radar.
Brown got exactly one target last week. Forget about him.
Roberts remains the odd-man out in Arizona, catching just four passes for 29 yards last week.
Sanders had 11 targets last week and could be a sneaky play in deep leagues with Antonio Brown drawing a ton of attention from Brent Grimes.
The Cardinals have allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers. Stay away from Givens.
Boldin had nine catches for 98 yards last week, but he could be in for a healthy dose of Richard Sherman on Sunday.
Simpson got nine targets last week, catching three of them for 76 yards. Nothing will change his persona non grata status in fantasy leagues.
Moore had just two targets a week ago. It's hard to trust his secondary role in this offense against a defense like Carolina's.
Moss had one target last week. One. You aren't considering him.
Austin had just one reception for the second straight game last week. Stay away.
Heyward-Bey continues to disappoint and shouldn't be anywhere near your radar.
Pettis cannot be trusted against an Arizona defense that has allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers.
Royal missed last week's game and should not be trusted against the Giants.
Stills is a total boom-or-bust player, and that's not the kind of guy you want to roll with against a defense like Carolina's.
Holmes didn't get a target last week. Do not trust anyone on the Jets.
Randle has provided the fantasy community with a handful of good games this year. That could happen again this week, as the Chargers allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Cotchery cuaght just two of his six targets for six yards last week. He's nearly impossible to trust.
Ginn is a total non-factor in fantasy leagues.
Dobson was inactive a week ago and would be an extremely risky play if he were to suit up this week.
Thompkins will benefit with Aaron Dobson inactive again, but he is no longer a fantasy option.
Keenan Allen is the only San Diego receiver I trust against a Giants defense that allows the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to the position.
Matthews' big game a few weeks back was nothing but a fluke. Write him off.
Nelson led the way for the Jets last week with three catches for 37 yards. This is a terrible pass offense that you want to avoid at all costs.
Hill had one catch for two yards against the Dolphins, his best game in three weeks. That is not a typo.
Manningham should see his role reduced now that Michael Crabtree is back.
Last week proved that Austin cannot count on the fluke big play to be productive every single week.
Harvin has yet to practice this week, so we have to assume he is unlikely to play against the 49ers on Sunday.
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