Julian Edelman, New England Patriots
Yes, the Bucs have Darrelle Revis, the Pats have no one but Edelman and the Bucs have been the second-best team in fantasy against wide receivers through two weeks, but Revis doesn't tend to be matched up on slot receivers.
Additionally, the Pats will move Edelman around to get Tom Brady's No. 1 target away from Revis, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald. With the current state of the Pats receivers, Edelman rates as a must-start, even if he is benched in one-fifth of CBS Sports leagues still.
Eddie Royal, San Diego Chargers
Have you been watching the first two weeks of the season? CBS Sports fantasy owners haven't. Royal is still on the pine in over 50 percent of leagues there.
Apparently they aren't buying the Chargers' Royal treatment. We are. Royal has earned must-start status in all leagues, especially against a Titans defense that was shredded by rookie DeAndre Hopkins last week.
Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams
It wasn't necessarily the touchdowns last week that have us believe in him. It's his consistent targets. He is the Rams' most targeted receiver, even if most of the routes are of the shorter variety. The rookie burner is going to pop one, and the Cowboys have allowed the third-most points to fantasy wide receivers to date.
Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals
We list him here only as a vote of confidence in his sore hammy. The Saints defense is much improved, but Rob Ryan doesn't have a player who can match up with Fitz even if he's hurt. Fitz is listed as questionable, but he practiced Friday, according to Josh Weinfuss of ESPN, and will play. When he plays, you play him.
Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons
White should get more targets and receptions amid his high-ankle sprain as the weeks wear on, but you should force him to prove healthy and productive before you trust him in fantasy lineups again. He is not there yet.
Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts
Ignore what the numbers say through two weeks, because they are skewed by what Aaron Rodgers and his receivers did against the 49ers defense in Week 1. The 49ers are still a defense to avoid, and offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton's system appears based a lot more on a power-running game than the vertical attack the Colts had with Bruce Arians.
Wayne and Hilton will still be productive options for fantasy owners this season, but they are not starter-worthy this week.
Josh Gordon, Cleveland Browns
You waited two weeks for this potential breakout receiver, and what has he come back to? A team in shambles. Brandon Weeden (thumb) has given way to Brian Hoyer, and there is little hope for the Browns offense now that Trent Richardson is with the Colts. Gordon wasn't used in your fantasy starting lineup in the first two weeks, so don't go using him with so much uncertainty in Cleveland now.
Kenbrell Thompkins, Aaron Dobson and Josh Boyce, New England Patriots
Regardless of whether Rob Gronkowski (back) is active, you cannot trust any of the Pats rookie receivers. Brady will get them involved in future weeks, but that Bucs defense is a lot better than it was a year ago, mostly due to the additions of Darrelle Revis and Dashon Goldson.
Greg Jennings, Minnesota Vikings
Yes, the Vikings need to get Jennings started, but it is going to be a bad week to try. Cornerback Joe Haden is the one thing the Browns have going for them, and he figures to blanket Christian Ponder's one true weapon on the outside. Jennings is out of the top 50 among NFL receivers in targets, and it is likely he stays there through this week.
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Julian Edelman, New England Patriots ($12,450)
This isn't a really friendly price relative to the matchup, but Brady and the Pats are going to get the ball moving through the air against anyone, and they only look like they can do it with Edelman right now. Again, DraftDay.com is PPR, so Edelman should be good for eight catches, 75 yards and a touchdown. That is a 20-plus-point receiver at a price out of the top 12 at the position.
Hakeem Nicks, New York Giants ($12,000)
The Panthers defense hasn't faced a pass-heavy team yet, and the Giants are that with the woes of their running game. This game figures to get loose, as both teams are 0-2 and fighting for their 2013 lives early.
The thing we like about Nicks here is that he is playing in front of his hometown and plenty of family. He will be motivated to be a 10-catch, 120-yard, two-touchdown monster here.
Eddie Royal, San Diego Chargers ($8,850), and Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams ($9,650)
These two slot receivers are their team's most frequent targets. They are also hot and happen to be underrated by the DraftDay.com salary system too. Drink the Kool-Aid.