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1. Danny Amendola, St. Louis Rams
No receiver had as big of a week as Amendola, who put up 160 receiving yards and a touchdown in Week 2.
With Sam Bradford looking like a legitimate franchise quarterback, Amendola should continue to get plenty of opportunities to put up huge points in fantasy football.
2. Andrew Hawkins, Cincinnati Bengals
As an undrafted rookie in 2008, it has taken Hawkins quite some time to get a shot in the league. Now that he has that shot, he's been simply brilliant for the Bengals.
Through two games, Hawkins has 10 receptions, 142 receiving yards and one touchdown. While those numbers aren't worthy of a starting spot at receiver on your fantasy roster, he could still be an extremely valuable flex option.
Considering the fact that Dalton appears confident in Hawkins' abilities, he should see more throws come his way in the upcoming weeks.
3. Greg Little, Cleveland Browns
After Brandon Weeden's four-interception performance in Week 1, I would have told you to run far away from any of the Cleveland Browns receivers.
However, Weeden was much improved in Week 2, and Little should become his favorite target. Against Cincinnati, Little had five receptions for 57 yards and a touchdown.
If he can continue to improve with Weeden, Little has starting-caliber potential written all over him.
4. Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins
It's hard to trust any of the Dolphins receivers, but Hartline at least looks like Ryan Tannehill's No. 1 target. His nine receptions and 111 yards led the team on Sunday, and Tannehill should continue to look his way throughout the season.
Hartline will need to become a touchdown target to truly be a great fantasy receiver, but he is still absolutely worth a pickup on the waiver wire this week.
5. Leonard Hankerson, Washington Redskins
It's possible that Hankerson could see his targets decrease if Pierre Garcon returns in Week 3, but so far, Hankerson has shown to to be quite the deep threat for the Redskins.
He's still a raw prospect, but he recorded 68 yards and a touchdown in Week 2 and should continue to get looks throughout the season.