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1. Stephen Hill, New York Jets
Hill had hardly any impact at all during the preseason, which made him a risky pick in initial drafts. However, after recording 89 yards and two touchdowns against the Buffalo Bills, Hill is the best addition at wide receiver this week.
He's currently only owned by 21 percent of teams, but that number will absolutely go up as we get closer to Week 2. Hill's ability to stretch the field makes him a dangerous weapon, and he could see plenty of touchdowns this season.
2. Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers
UPDATE: Cobb finished Thursday night's win over the Bears with one carry for 28 yards and one reception for 20 yards. He added 37 return yards for a performance that left much to be desired from a fantasy standpoint.
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Cobb was the Packers' best receiver on Sunday, when he recorded nine receptions and 77 yards as well as a punt-return touchdown. However, what really makes Cobb a great addition this week is how the Packers used him throughout their game.
He lined up all over the field, and considering his success in Week 1, that trend should continue throughout the season. Look for him to rack up yards in a number of ways and become a mini-Percy Harvin.
3. Brandon LaFell, Carolina Panthers
It looks like LaFell has officially locked up the No. 2 receiver spot for the Panthers after his 65 yards and one touchdown on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Considering that the Panthers' passing game should be much better for the remainder of the season, LaFell has the potential to put up some monster numbers from here on out.
4. Donnie Avery, Indianapolis Colts
Until Austin Collie returns from injury, which is still up in the air, Avery will be the No. 2 receiver for the Colts. While his numbers didn't jump off the page in Week 1 (three receptions, 37 yards, one touchdown), the fact that he is a legitimate No. 2 receiver right now makes him a solid pickup.
Andrew Luck should improve moving forward, which means that the Colts' receivers should see an improvement in their stats.
5. Andrew Hawkins, Cincinnati Bengals
This spot was originally for T.J. Graham because of the injury to David Nelson. However, Hawkins simply did too much on Monday night to not be considered a great addition this week.
He had the second most targets for Cincinnati and finished the game with 86 receiving yards, which led the team. He proved to be a valuable member of the Bengals offense, and that unit should be much better for the rest of the season.
Hawkins has the potential to have a huge season for the Bengals and an even bigger season for your fantasy football team.