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White received a whopping 23 targets in Week 1 and another 12 in Week 2. He's got 20 catches for 189 yards and touchdown.
White has had great success against the Saints, particularly on the road. He has three straight 100-yard games in New Orleans and will be seeking his fourth in a row.
Projected Stats: Eight receptions, 112 yards, one touchdown.
Douglas has assumed the role as the team's No. 2 receiver. However, after missing all of 2009 with a torn ACL, he is understandably off to a slow start.
However, Saints nickelback Randall Gay has yet to be cleared to practice after suffering a concussion against San Francisco.
Projected Stats: Four receptions, 46 yards, no touchdowns.
Colston is averaging seven targets per game and should see the ball often against Atlanta.
In seven career games vs. the Falcons, he has one 100-yard game, three others with at least 85 yards, and four touchdowns.
If this game is close in the fourth quarter, Brees will be looking Colston's way.
Projected Stats: Seven receptions, 88 yards, one touchdown.
Henderson, like Colston, has had a lot of success against the Falcons. In fact, his best game came against them in 2006.
Henderson, though, hasn't had fewer than three weeks between touchdown catches since 2007 when he had a touchdown catch in Weeks Ten and Twelve.
Henderson caught a touchdown against the Vikings in Week One, so you may want to wait until next week to depend on him.
Projected Stats: Three receptions, 32 yards, no touchdowns.