DeSean Jackson, PHI
After a two week layoff, Jackson came back to action in a big way.
With Michael Vick back behind center, the two picked up right where they left off. DeSean torched the Colts' secondary, catching seven passes for 109 yards and a score.
Vick's cannon arm and DeSean's explosive play-making ability make for a dangerous combination. These two Eagles should have no problem hooking up for deep bombs the rest of the way.
Seyi Ajirotutu, SD
Try pronouncing the name first, and then saying it three times fast. I guarantee that you won't be able to do it.
With that being said, he was an unknown in fantasy football circles prior to Sunday. Well, Phillip Rivers changed all that as he made him a force to be reckoned with.
Seyi went for 111 receiving yards and two scores against the Texans porous secondary.
It's best to temper expectations for Seyi going forward with Malcolm Floyd and Vincent Jackson set to return, but he's at least on the fantasy radar for now.
Jacoby Ford, OAK
Jacoby absolutely blew up against the Chiefs on Sunday.
He hauled in six catches for 148 yards. As if that wasn't enough, he had a 94-yard return touchdown to open up the second half.
The Raiders may have a new No. 1 receiver after their bye.
James Jones, GB
With Donald Driver sidelined by injury, Jones took advantage of the opening as he obliterated the Cowboys' secondary.
James caught eight balls for 123 yards and a TD.
He'll continue to be a weekly play as long as Driver is out. The Green Bay offense is one of the most prolific in the league with Aaron Rodgers leading the way.
Nate Burleson, DET
Facing off against Antonio Cromartie for most of the game, Burleson had his way against him and the Jets' secondary. Whether it was over the top or through the middle, Nate found open seams as he caught seven passes for 113 yards and a touchdown.
Steve Johnson, BUF
Johnson has become a pillar of consistency over the past six weeks as he's put up strong numbers in nearly every contest.
Steve continued that trend against the Bears with 145 receiving yards on 11 receptions.
Ryan Fitzpatrick clearly has strong chemistry with the third-year receiver and they should continue to be a source of reliable production down the stretch.
Dwayne Bowe, KC
Don't look now, but Dwayne Bowe has suddenly morphed into Mr. Touchdown the past four weeks.
Bowe was the butt of many jokes early in the season, but he's picked up the slack and now has six touchdowns over the last four games.
Dwayne has a soft schedule the rest of the way and it shouldn't surprise anyone if he continues to play like this.
Braylon Edwards, NYJ
While 74 of the 78 receiving yards Edwards accumulated for the day came on a single play, owners don't care where the production came from. I'm sure just about anybody will take 78 receiving yards and a touchdown from him in any given week.
Facing his old team—the Browns—next week, Braylon should be extra motivated to play well and strike back on the team that cast him out.
Santonio Holmes, NYJ
The former Super Bowl-MVP turned full-frontal Playgirl hopeful finally broke the century mark for the season.
Holmes is slowly becoming a bigger part of the offense as Sanchez begins to grow more comfortable with him. Santonio caught a huge 52-yard pass that set up the game-winning field goal.
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI
As bad as Derek Anderson is, he can at least get the ball to Larry Fitzgerald with his strong arm.
Larry had seven receptions for 107 yards, and this is the second-straight productive game he's had on the year.
Percy Harvin, MIN
I guess Randy Moss' departure only opened things up for Harvin. Percy had 126 receiving yards on nine catches.
With Sidney Rice returning soon, and Favre suddenly playing well, Harvin has a shot to produce at a high level down the stretch.
Dez Bryant, DAL
Quarterback Jon Kitna apparently is fond of Bryant. He connected with the rookie nine times for 86 yards and the Cowboys' lone touchdown.
Andre Johnson, HOU
If Schaub continues his poor play, Andre will have trouble putting up the monster numbers that are associated with being the best receiver in the NFL.
Johnson's four catches for 41 yards does not exactly inspire confidence. Plus, a botched catch by Andre directly resulted in Schaub's lone interception.
Pierre Garcon, IND
Garcon had a prime opportunity against the Eagles, but he failed to capitalize. Anthony Gonzalez is on the IR, Collie took a brutal hit—hopefully it's nothing too serious and he returns healthy—and all he has is Blair White for competition as Peyton's No. 2 wide receiver.
Brandon Tate, NE
One catch for 12 yards. Against the Browns. Feel free to drop him.
Steve Smith, CAR
Matt Moore is out for the season, and it looks like Clausen or Pike will be taking over at quarterback.
Steve Smith's stock has hit rock bottom. While I wouldn't recommend that you cut him, as he's an incredibly talented player, don't expect much at all as the Panthers' offense is pathetic right now.
Wes Welker, NE
Welker misses Randy's presence the most.
Against Cleveland, Welker only tallied four catches for 36 yards. He's seeing constant double-teams as opposing defensive backs are completely focused on him.
Anquan Boldin, BAL
Boldin had an opportunity to take advantage of a Miami defense getting torched through the air, but he only caught two balls for 28 yards. This is with Joe Flacco throwing for over 260 and two scores.
He has a couple easy matchups in the coming weeks, so hopefully he can return to form.
Mike Williams has seen a resurgence in Seattle under former-USC coach, Pete Carroll.
However, the Seahawks were absolutely battered by the Giants. But Williams had an opportunity to ease the beating.
Instead, he bobbled what should have been an easy touchdown pass that ended up being intercepted. He finished the day with two catches and 25 receiving yards.
He better hope Charlie Whitehurst isn't their quarterback for long.