Calvin Johnson, DET
With Stafford back behind center, Calvin finally has a competent QB to throw him the ball.
He had nine receptions that went for 101 yards and three touchdowns.
Calvin showed off his freakish combination of strength and athleticism on this touchdown here. Watch and be amazed.
Brandon Lloyd, DEN
After two average showings, Brandon posted a huge line against the 49ers with 169 receiving yards and a touchdown.
This is the exact sort of game to instill confidence back in owners who have been waiting for him to break out once again.
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI
Frustrated owners finally got some production out of Larry, as he caught four balls for 72 yards and two touchdowns.
Derek Anderson may not be a good quarterback, but he's certainly better for Larry's fantasy prospects.
Steve Breaston, ARI
Breaston blew up against the Buccaneers, as he caught eight balls for 147 yards.
Steve was targeted 11 times, and that should only give owners confidence about his future prospects.
Much like Fitzgerald, Breaston's production should only increase with Anderson behind center and his ailing knee injury behind him.
Nate Washington, TEN
Nate erupted on Sunday, as he caught four passes for 117 yards and a touchdown.
His longest reception went for 71 yards, as he was the focal point of the Titans' offense.
With Britt out for what is expected to be an extended period of time, Washington's prospects only look brighter.
Washington has a tough matchup against Miami out of the bye. But then he has the Redskins, Texans and Jaguars after that.
Miles Austin, DAL
Kitna may not be the death knell of Miles Austin, after all.
Miles caught seven balls for 117 yards with a long reception of 35 yards.
Mike Sims-Walker, JAC
Sims-Walker—like the rest of the Jaguars offense—exploded on Sunday, as he topped the century mark and hauled in a touchdown.
His 153 yards were by far the highest of the season. While he has been mostly a bust, he does have a touchdown in two straight games.
Houston and Cleveland are up next after the bye, and his streak may continue.
Brandon Tate, NE
Tate finally posted his first productive game of the post-Moss era in New England, as he caught three balls for 101 yards.
He showed his speed on a 65-yard reception that went for a touchdown, and he may finally be the deep threat the Patriots have lacked since losing Moss.
Anthony Armstrong, WAS
Armstrong may be a relatively-unknown commodity, but he has emerged as the Redskins deep threat.
He caught three balls for 92 yards, and McNabb should continue to look for him downfield.
Roy Williams, DAL
Either Kitna has some sort of grudge against Roy, or they just don't have any chemistry.
Roy was completely overlooked in the Cowboys' Week 8 thrashing.
Donald Driver, GB
Driver has gone two straight weeks without a single catch.
His injury appears to be more serious than everyone initially thought, and his status will have to be carefully monitored over the next few weeks.
Randy Moss, MIN
Anticipation was running high prior to Randy's return to Gillette Stadium against his former team, but Moss was a complete non-factor.
He was targeted only two times, and he managed to catch only one of those balls for eight yards.
If Favre is out and Tarvaris takes over behind center, expect more duds like he posted in Week 8.
David Gettis, CAR
It appears that Gettis is a one-week wonder.
He failed to corral in a single catch, and the one touch that he did get—a rushing attempt—went for an 11-yard loss.
Brandon Marshall, MIA
The rollercoaster ride continues for Brandon Marshall.
Aside from a Week 3 and Week 6 explosion, Marshall has been anything but consistent.
The last two weeks, Brandon has posted back-to-back sub-65 yard games.
Marshall is facing some tough matchups over the next couple of weeks. If Henne doesn't get on the same page with his receiver, it would be best to temper expectations.
Kenny Britt, TEN
Britt went crazy last week, as he posted a career-high 225 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
However, he went down to injury early on in the Titans' loss to the Chargers, and he's expected to miss at least a couple of games. Anytime a player says he heard a "pop" when he was injured, that is usually a very bad thing.
Chad Ochocinco, CIN
As usual, Chad's mouth did all the talking, as he had another poor outing.
Chad showed signs of life last week, as he broke the 100-yard mark and caught a touchdown. But he came back down to earth this week, catching only three balls for 34 yards.