20. Malcom Floyd (vs. Tennessee)
As long as he's healthy, Floyd will be a big asset to Philip Rivers and to your fantasy team. The question is when his first injury will occur.
19. Eric Decker (at Atlanta)
Decker was left out of the end zone festivities in Week 1. That won't last too long.
18. Antonio Brown (vs. New York Jets)
With Revis out of the picture this weekend, Brown should have a nice day.
17. Stevie Johnson (vs. Kansas City)
He was marooned on Revis Island until injury and garbage time rescued him, salvaging his fantasy day. He should have a bit of an easier time this weekend, though Brandon Flowers could make things difficult.
16. Reggie Wayne (vs. Minnesota)
Andrew Luck targeted Wayne a whopping 17 times last week. It resulted in nine catches for 135 yards but no touchdowns. He might not see as many targets, but the end zone is always a possibility for the veteran.
15. Brandon Lloyd (vs. Arizona)
Lloyd led all Patriots receivers with eight targets, including one long pass play that he could not haul in. He could give way to Wes Welker, who saw his target count dip, but Lloyd seems to be comfortable in the Patriots offense.
14. Marques Colston (vs. Washington)
Drew Brees targeted Colston 10 times, but he only caught four of them. He also had a costly fumble at the goal line while the Saints were trying to catch up.
13. Dez Bryant (at Seattle)
Richard Sherman did a nice job on Larry Fitzgerald in Week 1. Bryant might not be shadowed all game, but he could find it tough to get going in Seattle.
12. Victor Cruz (vs. Tampa Bay)
Perhaps it was season-opening jitters or the pressure of stardom, but Cruz had a miserable game against the Cowboys that saw him drop three passes. He should turn things around against the Bucs.
11. Roddy White (vs. Denver)
A groin injury is nagging White right now, but he should be good to go. With Champ Bailey likely shadowing Julio Jones, Matt Ryan could hook up with his main man of yesteryear more often this week.