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Brian Hartline, Dolphins
Don't look know, but Hartline (owned in 26.7 percent of ESPN leagues) is on pace for 100 catches and over 1,800 yards as the Dolphins clear No. 1 receiver. He also has a developing chemistry with Ryan Tannehill, who looked his way a staggering 19 times Sunday in Arizona. Hartline ended with 12 catches for 253 yards and a touchdown.
Like Tannehill, Hartline will likely have peaks and valleys that coincide directly with Tannehill's performance on a given week. But if the top of the peak is 19 targets, 253 yards and a touchdown, Hartline should be owned in every format by the start of Week 5.
Andre Roberts, Cardinals
A fourth of Robert's 16 catches this season have gone for touchdowns, including two Sunday against the Dolphins. He's now established himself as the clear No. 2 receiver behind Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona.
The catches may not come in bunches, but Roberts makes the most of his opportunities. Four scores in fours weeks in worthy of being owned in more than the 1.8 percent of ESPN leagues that he is right now.
James Jones, Packers
Veterans of the waiver wire are likely wary of Jones, who frequently has a big day fantasy-wise only to follow it up with a clunker the next week. But Jones has now been productive in three of four weeks, and Greg Jennings (groin) is likely to miss a week or two. Maybe it's his year in the Packers offense to break out in a big way.