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Terrell Owens, CIN: 10 receptions, 222 receiving yards, and a TD? For a player who was passed up on by every other team besides the Bengals, he has shown that he’s still got it.
Can he continue to play at a high level? I don't see why not.
What’s even more surprising is that he hasn’t had a diva moment yet. However, that will probably come sooner than later. It might be best to test the market now and see what you can get for him.
Brandon Lloyd, DEN: I wrote an article last week taking a look at the Broncos passing game. Picking Brandon Lloyd as my personal choice for “go-to” guy in the Broncos passing game, he has shown for a second straight week why he’s the receiver to own in Denver. That’s three out of four games that he’s broken the century mark.
Calvin Johnson, DET: Calvin fell into the stock down category last week, but has since redeemed himself. Going up against the strong Green Bay defense, "Megatron" went for 86 yards and two TDs.
Hakeem Nicks, NYG: Against a Bears' defense known for limiting the big play, Nicks had several against them. Hakeem's 110 receiving yards from last night played a big role in the Giants' win.
Braylon Edwards, NYJ: Much like his teammate LaDainian Tomlinson, Edwards appears to still have some life. This is the third straight game that he's caught a TD, and the second week in a row that he topped 80 receiving yards for the game.
Marques Colston, NO: Much like the Broncos, Colston has a QB in Drew Brees who likes to spread the wealth. Colston doesn’t have a TD, more than five catches, or more than 67 yards in any of his first four games.
Definitely a bad sign, but you may not be able to get appropriate value for him. It's probably best to ride out this funk and hope he eventually catches fire.
DeSean Jackson, PHI: With Kolb back behind center, the Eagles offense will not be as explosive. Kolb doesn't have the arm strength to make the same throws Vick has made to Jackson since taking over. Jackon's three catch, 19 yard dud yesterday is evident of that.
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI: Things continue to get worse for Fitz and his owners. Derek Anderson was replaced by Max Hall at Quarterback. Regardless, whoever is starting behind center is simply not talented enough to get Larry the ball and make him a productive fantasy WR.