The Chargers have been torched by receivers. Thomas should have another big day.
If you managed to survive the first week of the playoffs with a no-show from Johnson, get ready for him to make up for it this week.
Jackson should be one of the top scorers at the position going up against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to receivers.
In his last three games, Gordon has 31 catches for 649 yards and four touchdowns. There are guys in the league who would happily take those numbers for an entire season.
Decker had another big game last week, catching eight balls for 117 yards and a touchdown. The Chargers allow the fourth-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
There may not be a better 1-2 receiver punch in the league than Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. That helps both of them when matched up with a corner like Joe Haden.
Allen had just three catches last week, but two were touchdowns. Start him with confidence against a Denver defense that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to receivers.
Johnson continues to impress during a miserable season in Houston. Play him with confidence, as usual.
Jackson had three catches for 70 yards and a touchdown last week. The Niners present a tough matchup, but you should still play him confidently.
If this game becomes a shootout, Nelson could have a big game.
Jeffery has become a true star at the wide receiver position this year. You should be starting him regardless of matchup.
Garcon got 12 targets last week, but caught just five of them for 37 yards. You should start him, but it's hard to feel good about most anyone on this team.
White has 18 receptions for 214 yards in the last two weeks. He's a strong play against a Washington defense that has struggled all year.
Colston had a monster game last week, finishing with nine receptions, 125 yards and two touchdowns. The Rams do well against receivers, but you should still play him this week.
Tate should be started regardless this week, but he'd benefit if Percy Harvin is out again this week.
Smith should have a great game, as the Lions have allowed the third-most fantasy points to receivers this year.
Streater had a monster game last week, catching seven passes for 130 yards and a touchdown last week. Get him in your lineup against the Chiefs, who allow the 12th-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Brown had another huge game last week, catching five passes for 137 yards and a touchdown. Start him with confidence.
Wallace had just two catches for 19 yards last week, but I still consider him a low-end WR2 this week.
Johnson caught five passes for 67 yards in a matchup with Darelle Revis last week. He's a WR3 this week.
Jennings had five catches for 53 yards last week, and could be a decent option in deep leagues against a Philadelphia defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Smith is a low-end WR2 against a Jets defense that has allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to receivers this year.
The Steelers have been better than average against opposing receivers this year, but owners know to play Green with confidence every week.
Hilton struggled again last week, catching two passes for seven yards. He always seems ready to bounce back, but it is hard to trust him.
Shorts is a decent play this week going up against a Buffalo defense that has allowed the second-most fantasy points to receivers.
Fitz has scored in four consecutive games and should be started despite going up against Tennessee's tough corner duo, Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner.
Bowe is a low-end WR2 against an Oakland defense that has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to receivers this year.
Sanders caught just three passes for 26 yards last week, but he did throw a 21-yard touchdown pass. The Bills have allowed the second-most fantasy points to receivers.
Percy Harvin is day-to-day, and Baldwin would certainly benefit from him being out again this week.
Rogers had a big game in his first chance with the Colts, hauling in six balls for 107 yards and two scores. He's a low-end WR3 this week.
Avery had just one catch for seven yards last week. He's not a viable option in the fantasy playoffs.
Jones is a boom or bust player, even more so with Aaron Rodgers out again.
Crabtree could benefit if Darrelle Revis sticks with Anquan Boldin all day.
Bryant had a rough day against the Bears last week, but you should have all the confidence in the world in him this week.
Cooper caught three passes for 74 yards last week, and is a strong play against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to receivers.
Royal's usefulness was short-lived this year. Even in a good matchup, you should not consider him.
Boldin caught six balls for 93 yards last week. Expect him to see a healthy dose of Darelle Revis on Sunday.
Wright had his first down game in a long time last week, catching two passes for 17 yards. I'd still use him as you normally do this week.
The Jets have allowed the sixth-most fantasy points to receivers this year, making LaFell a WR3 this week.
Hopkins caught three passes for 76 yards last week. He's still not a strong fantasy option.
With Aaron Rodgers out again, Boykin isn't worth considering.
Edelman had his third straight productive day last week, catching six passes for 64 yards and a score. With Rob Gronkowski out, I have Edelman as a low-end WR2.
Cruz could very well come up short yet again given the tough matchup with the Seahawks.
Patterson had his best game as a pro last week, catching five passes for 141 yards and a touchdown. He's a low-end WR3 against a Philadelphia defense that allows the most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Floyd was shut down last week and could have his hands full going up against one of Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner all day.
You cannot trust Underwood against a San Francisco defense that has allowed the seventh-fewest fantasy points to receivers this year.
Woods is too deep to consider for most fantasy owners still playing.
Hartline put up his usual five receptions and 51 yards last week, but he added a touchdown that was awarded after Miami challenged the original ruling.
Douglas has taken a backseat in the offense ever since Roddy White finally got back to 100 percent.
Simpson could be worth a look in deep leagues, as Philadelphia has allowed the most fantasy points to receivers.
I wouldn't trust Jones in a tough matchup against the Steelers.
Harvin is considered day-to-day, though it appears he will be out again this week.
Brown has a great matchup this week, but he's too far down the overall fantasy depth chart to consider.
Brown caught seven passes for 92 yards and a touchdown last week. He's a solid option against a Detroit defense that allows the third-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
I wouldn't consider Pettis unless I were in a very deep league, but the Rams could be forced to put the ball in the air a lot this week.
Holmes caught three passes for 63 yards last week. The Chiefs allow the 12th-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Hunter had another big game last week, catching four passes for 114 yards and a score. He's a decent speculative play in deep leagues.
Durham should not be trusted this week, though the Ravens have not been great against opposing receivers this year.
Randle should not be trusted with the Seahawks in town.
Brown hasn't produced a useful fantasy day in seemingly forever.
Roberts is sure to get no more than a few looks from Carson Palmer on Sunday.
Avant didn't have a target last week. That should tell you all you need to know.
Like his teammates, Kerley cannot be started in any matchup, least of all one against a defense like Carolina's.
Even though Nicks caught his first touchdown in over a year last week, he should be on your bench this week.
Amendola saved his day with a late touchdown, but he caught just four balls for 36 yards. He's a WR3 at best.
St. Louis' pass offense has been awful with Kellen Clemens, but there could be a lot of volume for Givens this week.
Even though he's scored a touchdown in three consecutive games, Sanders is too deep an option to consider in a tough matchup with the Bengals.
With Jimmy Graham and Marques Colston at full strength, it's hard to trust Moore.
Moore missed another game last week and should not be on your radar this week.
Williams has long since outgrown his welcome in the fantasy community.
Heyward-Bey put up his usual 23 yards last week. Stay away.
McCluster is too deep an option for fantasy owners to consider.
Stills is way too deep an option for most fantasy owners still playing.
Austin had just two catches for 19 yards against the Bears last week. He shouldn't be on your radar.
Jones cannot be trusted, even though the Lions have surrendered the third-most fantasy points to receivers this year.
Thompkins doesn't do anything to make himself relevant in fantasy leagues.
Paul is taking on an expanded role in the offense, but not a large enough one to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Holmes had three catches for 55 yards last week, but this is a terrible matchup for a receiver in a terrible offense.
Ginn is totally irreelevant in fantasy leagues.
Dobson was inactive last week and is not a recommended play if he returns.
Manningham is hard to trust with Anquan Boldin, Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis all healthy.
Cotchery should not be deployed by fantasy owners in this tough matchup with the Bengals.
Matthews caught one pass for five yards last week. His one big game was nothing but a fluke.
Moss remains a non-factor in fantasy leagues, even with Kirk Cousins getting the start.
Washington had just two receptions for 24 yards last week and is clearly behind Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter on the depth chart.
Austin caught just one pass for nine yards last week. If you start him, you're counting on him hitting on a fluky play.
Welker suffered another concussion last week and will miss Thursday night's game against the Chargers.
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