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1) Mike Wallace vs. Houston Texans
The Texans got torn up by Drew Brees last week, which proved that their secondary really isn't that improved.
Wallace is coming off a huge fantasy week and will have a field day against Houston.
2) Calvin Johnson vs. Dallas Cowboys
Will anyone ever be able to stop Johnson? He is currently on pace to have 32 touchdown receptions this year, and I'm pretty sure that will be an NFL record.
The Cowboys don't have a cornerback who will even come close to shutting down Johnson, and all Matthew Stafford will have to do is throw the ball in his direction and watch Megatron do what he does best.
3) Wes Welker vs. Oakland Raiders
Welker is without a doubt Tom Brady's favorite target, and that bodes well for him. As long as Brady keeps throwing the ball, Welker will keep putting up gigantic fantasy numbers.
4) Stevie Johnson vs. Cincinnati Bengals
When you consider that Johnson put up a solid fantasy week against the New England Patriots while playing injured, he should be able to produce quite the week against the Bengals on Sunday.
The Buffalo Bills' passing game is for real, and Johnson is the top target. Until we are proved otherwise, he will continue to be the near the top of fantasy rankings.
5) Andre Johnson vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
There was just no way that I could keep one of the best wide receivers in the NFL off this list. The Houston Texans will be forced to throw the ball quite often in this game—which is a good sign, if you own Johnson.
He's clearly the top target in Houston and will continue to be until teams start putting three or four players on him in coverage.
6) Denarius Moore vs. New England Patriots
It's been rather easy for teams to throw against the Patriots so far this year. I'm pretty confident at this point that I could throw for 300 yards against their defense.
Moore is putting together quite the rookie season as he has established himself as the number one guy in Oakland. He will get the most looks this week and should be able to break away from a weak secondary.
7) Greg Jennings vs. Denver Broncos
The only possible knock about Greg Jennings is that he doesn't find the touchdown often enough. However, after a career game last week, Jennings is settling into his role as the top target for quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
We won't see another three-touchdown performance from Jermichael Finley, so expect Jennings to at least come out of this game with one touchdown.