It seems that a younger quarterback has rejuvenated Reggie Wayne. He's playing at an extremely high level and has been a must-start each week of the season so far.
Through six games, Wayne is averaging nearly eight receptions and over 100 receiving yards per game. While he only has two touchdown receptions, as long as he continues to get as many targets as he's getting, his touchdown numbers should eventually increase.
This week the Indianapolis Colts have a matchup against the Tennessee Titans who are giving up the sixth-most passing yards per game. There is no doubt that quarterback Andrew Luck has the ability to torch the Titans defense, and if he does that, Wayne should be his top target.
Don't be surprised if Wayne surpasses the double-digit reception mark this week with plenty of yards and at least one touchdown to be the top scorer at wide receiver this week.
Bonus Sleeper Pick: Sidney Rice, Seattle Seahawks
Few secondaries have been as poor this season as the Detroit Lions' unit. They've especially struggled with bigger receivers like Rice.
As long as Russell Wilson can stay accurate and not turn the ball over, Rice has the potential of having his best week of the 2012 season.