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20. Malcom Floyd (vs. Atlanta)
No Brent Grimes. Shootout coming. Plan accordingly.
19. Antonio Brown (at Oakland)
The Raiders are hurting in the secondary.
18. Brandon Lloyd (at Baltimore)
He is nursing a thigh injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game. That makes him a risky start, but when was the last time the Patriots were forthright on injury reports?
Lloyd remains the target leader among receivers in New England with 21. With Hernandez out, his average could go up.
17. Miles Austin (vs. Tampa Bay)
Austin has been producing closer to his 2010 levels after an abysmal 2011. He should continue to do so against a leaky Bucs defense.
16. Demaryius Thomas (vs. Houston)
Thus far, Thomas has been Peyton Manning's favorite target. He is the biggest and fastest receiver in Denver's corps, so that should not be terribly surprising.
Houston has allowed just one touchdown pass this year, but Thomas is the best bet to catch one from Manning.
15. Reggie Wayne (vs. Jacksonville)
The Jaguars have not allowed any touchdown passes this year, believe it or not. That has been more because teams have beaten them on the ground than anything else, though, and Donald Brown is no Adrian Peterson or Arian Foster.
14. Steven Johnson (at Cleveland)
Joe Haden remains suspended; a reprieve for any fantasy owners going up against the Browns.
13. Jordy Nelson (at Seattle)
With Greg Jennings looking unlikely to play again, Nelson will once again be Rodgers' favorite target.
12. Mike Wallace (at Oakland)
See No. 19.
11. Percy Harvin (vs. San Francisco)
The 49ers are not going to be an easy defense to face, but the Vikings have found ways to get Harvin the ball in space.