Dwayne Bowe, KC
While most of Bowe's production came in garbage time, this is fantasy football. You take whatever points you can get, and Bowe sure did provide plenty.
Dwyane had 13 receptions for a whopping 186 yards and two scores.
Bowe has quietly turned from early season bust into fantasy savior over the last five weeks. His touchdown streak is now at five games and counting.
Calvin Johnson, DET
After getting completely bottled up on Revis Island last week, Calvin came back with a monster game against the Bills.
Megatron caught 10 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown.
Don't worry about Shaun Hill behind center. Hill knows the key to the Lions' offense: throw the ball to Calvin.
Jeremy Maclin, PHI
After two sub-par outings, Maclin returned to life with a 79 receiving yards and a touchdown. He caught an amazing deep ball from Vick that went for 48 yards in the Eagles spanking of the Redskins.
The Eagles have a tough schedule for the second half, but with Vick playing out of his mind, there's no need to worry about the Eagles offense.
Dez Bryant, DAL
Bryant is slowly creeping into the conversation for Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Dez absolutely abused Terrell Thomas for four quarters.
It's obvious that Kitna has strong chemistry with the rookie. In the four games since getting his first start, Kitna has connected with Bryant 23 times for 328 yards and four touchdowns.
The Cowboys are out of contention and it looks like they're going to give Bryant as much run as possible.
Mike Thomas, JAC
While a third of Mike Thomas' yardage came from a desperation hail mary play as the clock was expiring, you won't find anyone but the Houston Texans complaining.
Thomas recorded 149 receiving yards and a touchdown. He has a touchdown in two straight and he may continue that streak next week against the Browns.
Mike Williams, SEA
After getting shut down by the Giants last week and by the Raiders the week before, Williams returned to relevance with a career high 145 receiving yards against the Arizona Cardinals.
Chad Ochocinco, CIN
The reports of Chad's demise may have been premature. He recorded his third touchdown of the season and his first since Week 7.
Chad even led the team in receiving yards with 86, and was second in receptions with seven.
Facing Buffalo next week, Chad may actually have respectable performances in back-to-back games. If he puts up strong numbers next week, my recommendation would be to cut ties with the reality show diva and find a better option at wide receiver.
Michael Crabtree, SF
Who would've that that Troy Smith behind center was the answer to the 49ers offensive woes.
Crabtree turned in his second consecutive strong performance with four receptions for 61 yards and a touchdown.
Michael has four touchdowns in his last five games and with Tampa Bay and Arizona on the plate next, Crabtree could extend his touchdown streak to four straight games.
Randy Moss, TEN
Now on his third team in this season alone, Moss has been arguably the biggest bust of the 2010 season.
Against a Miami defense that has been getting abused lately, Moss managed to only catch one ball for 26 yards.
Vince Young is set to return to signal-calling duties, so it is unknown how the two will pan out, For now, if you own him, you can't really do much but hope that he develops some solid chemistry with Young.
Reggie Wayne, IND
While Reggie is having a solid season, he has not put up the type of production expected out of Peyton Manning's No. 1 target. Wayne only has three touchdowns on the year and only broke the century mark once.
With all the injuries facing the Colts, defenses will continue to focus on taking him out of the game. Cincinnati did just that, limiting Reggie to three receptions and 34 receiving yards.
The Colts have a tough schedule coming up, but a fairly favorable playoff schedule. If you can withstand the storm and make it into the playoffs, he may eventually pay off. After all, Peyton Manning is throwing him the ball.
Pierre Garcon, IND
The Colts have been hit with a serious case of the injury bug, and Garcon was expected to step up and take on a bigger role in the offense.
Apparently Pierre didn't get the memo as he's been held out of the end zone in three straight and he hasn't had a strong game since Week 6.
Sunday was no different as he recorded only five receptions and 37 receiving yards.