Kenny Britt, TEN
After sitting out for nearly the entire first half, Britt came into the game and absolutely torched the Eagles' secondary.
Britt caught three touchdowns and had a career-high 225 receiving yards.
Coach Jeff Fisher may have to encourage Britt to get into more altercations if it can motivate him to play like that.
Roddy White, ATL
Call me crazy, but move over Andre Johnson. Roddy White has officially planted himself firmly atop the wide receiver charts as No. 1 in fantasy land.
Lee Evans, BUF
The highly overpaid wide receiver from the Bills decided to make his second straight appearance on the radar of fantasy owners everywhere. This is the second game in a row that Evans has had a strong day, as he recorded 105 receiving yards and three touchdowns—against the Ravens, no less.
Steve Johnson, BUF
Against one of the best defenses, Steve Johnson did his best impression of another Johnson (Andre), as he caught a career-high 158 yards and a score on Sunday.
This is the fourth week in a row that he's caught a touchdown, and he appears to have a strong rapport with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Hines Ward, PIT
Hines Ward ran circles around the Dolphins' secondary on the way to 131 receiving yards and a touchdown. He had four of his receptions exceed 20-plus yards. The old man continues to get the job done.
David Gettis, CAR
Gettis is a fairly unknown name in fantasy football circles. However, he made his mark as he caught two touchdowns and racked up 125 receiving yards.
It's better to be cautious with Gettis, but he is at least on the radar and will at least be worth a tentative add from the waiver wire this week.
Marques Colston, NO
Colston recorded two firsts for the season. He broke the century mark for reception yards, and he also caught his first touchdown of the season.
Even if this production came in a loss, it shows that Colston is not an afterthought in the offense and that he can still be a beast when given the opportunity. Colston has had some monster second halves of the season, and the trend may potentially continue this year.
Chad Ochocinco, CIN
It looks like Chad decided to finally show up, as he broke the century mark and caught a touchdown in a loss to the Falcons.
Davone Bess, MIA
Bess is no longer just a PPR option. He's gone into the end zone in three straight weeks, and it's apparent that Chad Henne loves to throw to him when Brandon Marshall is double covered.
Reggie Wayne and Pierre Garcon, IND
It may be odd seeing these two on the list since they were on a bye, but that's what happens when two of the most important weapons in the Colts' arsenal go down to injury.
Dallas Clark is out for the season, and Austin Collie just underwent surgery and should miss a few weeks.
Automatic bump in targets and stock.
Michael Crabtree, SF
Crabtree was finally showing signs of life until Alex Smith went down to injury.
If Smith misses any time and David Carr continues to start, don't expect much out of Crabtree. Carr will most likely be used as a "game manager," handing the ball to Frank Gore and checking down passes to Vernon Davis.
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI
You have to feel bad for Fitzgerald. He's one of the most talented skill players in the game, and he goes from a Hall of Fame quarterback in Kurt Warner to Max Hall and Derek Anderson.
You likely paid WR1 price for Fitzgerald, but he's nothing more than a WR3 for the year.
Lance Moore, NO
Moore had a couple nice games early on, but he's back to being an erratic performer week in and week out.
With Reggie Bush coming back soon, Moore should be even more unpredictable, as his boost in production has been tied to Bush's absence in the past.