Jeremy Maclin, PHI: Maclin caught all seven of the balls thrown his way for 159 yards and two touchdowns. Most of the production came with DeSean Jackson leaving the game. Even with the secondary focused on him, Maclin shrugged off the extra attention and had his way with the Falcons.
Calvin Johnson, DET: Put Betty White behind center and Calvin Johnson will still find a way to produce. Against one of the best pass defenses in the league, Johnson managed to rack up 146 yards and a touchdown. This is with Shaun Hill and his replacement Drew Stanton behind center.
Greg Jennings, GB: The Packers' coaching staff made it a priority earlier this week to get Jennings more involved in the offense and they did just that. Jennings easily had his best game of the season with 133 receiving yards and a touchdown. With Finley potentially out for the season and Ryan Grant on IR, the Packers should continue to lean on the combination of Rodgers and Jennings.
Deion Branch, NE: Branch picked up right where he left off four years ago, hauling in nine passes for 98 yards and a touchdown. The chemistry between Tom and Deion is still intact and he may help Patriots' fans forget about the front-office trading away Moss.
Dwayne Bowe, KC: This is not a joke. There has been a legitimate Dwayne Bowe sighting. Bowe caught—not dropped—six passes for 108 yards and two scores.
Apparently, all it takes is the hapless Texans' secondary to make a player like Bowe relevant again. Plus, the Chiefs have a juicy schedule over the next couple of weeks. You can either hope to ride the hot hand to some wins, or cash in now and rid yourself of Bowe.
Mike Williams, SEA: Williams helped the Seahawks decimate the Bears secondary. He caught 10 passes for 123 yards and he may be finally fulfilling that sleeper tag he was garnering around the fantasy world in the preseason.
He might not be the bust that Lions' fans thought he was. However, this is just a small sample size. Let's see if he can top this performance, or at least keep up a high level of production.
Patrick Crayton, SD: Crayton took advantage of injuries to Malcolm Floyd and Antonio Gates and posted 117 receiving yards on six catches. If either of them miss a significant amount of time, Crayton may just become Rivers' go-to guy.
Johnny Knox, CHI: The lone bright spot in the Bears' offense in their loss to the Seahawks was Johnny Knox. With Cutler back behind center, Knox caught five passes for 120 yards.
Mike Wallace, PIT: Mike caught three balls for 90 yards and a touchdown. He went long for 50 yards on one of those plays.
With Big Ben back under center, Wallace's prospects should continue to rise as the season goes along.
Pierre Garcon, IND: Welcome to the 2010 NFL season Garcon.
With so much attention on Austin Collie over the first few weeks of the season, Garcon finally had his coming out party, recording 103 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Even though there are a lot of weapons on the Colts, Garcon is in the perfect situation and is too talented to not produce. He may even end up as the better option between him and Collie for the rest of the year.
Derrick Mason, BAL: Mason finally recorded his first triple-digit receiving yard game of the season. Derrick caught eight balls for 100 yards.
The Ravens' offense has been gradually improving every week so this could be the start of something good for Derrick.
Marques Colston, NO: Even with Drew Brees behind center, Colston has yet to break the century mark for the season. On top of that, he doesn't even have a single touchdown.
Colston has had some second-half season surges, so owners may have to hold out hope that he eventually breaks out of this funk, or that Drew Brees starts to throw the ball his way more.
Wes Welker, NE: While Welker managed to catch seven balls, he was held to 53 yards. His first post-Moss era game was very uneventful as Deion Branch stole the show. This is also the third straight game that Welker has not found the end zone. Not to mention he has yet to top 100 yards in any game this season.
Even if he may get more looks from Tom Brady with Moss gone, he's going to have a tough time catching them with defenses game planning around him.
Donald Driver, GB: Even with JerMichael Finley out to injury, Driver was a non-factor for the second week in a row. While he does have three touchdowns up until this point, he's on pace for his worst season—in terms of yardage—in eight years.
Hakeem Nicks, NYG: With the Lions in town, owners of Nicks must have been salivating at the potential aerial onslaught Hakeem could have rained down on the Detroit secondary. Instead, he was bottled up for eight yards on three catches. This comes after he annihilated the Texans' secondary for 130 yards and two scores last week.
As the new No. 1 WR in New York, Nicks will continue to see double and triple coverages as defenses begin to game plan on stopping him.
Louis Murphy, OAK: Once thought to be the savior for Oakland's offense, Jason Campbell has done nothing but bring down the stocks of all the receivers on the team.
I can't believe I'm writing this, but Bruce Gradkowski can't come back soon enough.
Miles Austin, DAL: Austin was held to a season low 12 receiving yards. He did have a touchdown negated due to a penalty, but Dallas is in disarray right now.
It's also no mere coincidence that Austin's two worst games of the season came during Roy Williams' best games of the season.
Randy Moss, MIN: With Brett Favre showing his age, Moss will continue to have limited production. Also, with Sidney Rice set to rejoin the team soon, Moss will see less looks come his way.