1. Dez Bryant - Six TDs in his last four games and the Redskins are as tasty a matchup as any.
2. Brandon Marshall - After two loses in a row, expect the Bears to go back to their tried and true method: Feeding Marshall.
3. Demaryius Thomas - Was the lone guy who got left out of the Dallas-Denver fantasy frenzy. But Thomas has been better at home and the Jags can’t stop him.
4. Wes Welker - Seven TDs on the year so far. He might be the fantasy MVP for wideouts, considering he was a fourth and fifth round pick in most leagues.
5. A.J. Green - Slumping a bit after a monster Week 1. The targets are there though, expect the output to follow.
6. Calvin Johnson - Ranked lower because he was a late scratch last week and now he gets Joe Haden.
7. Torrey Smith - Has 85-plus yards in every game and most teams can throw against the Packers.
8. Victor Cruz - Top wideouts have feasted on the Bears and Cruz may not even be covered by Charles Tillman since he works from the slot.
9. Pierre Garcon - The Dallas secondary was obliterated last week and the Redskins offense may be clicking more after a bye.
10. Randall Cobb - The nice thing about Cobb: He can have 35 yards receiving and 10 fantasy points thanks to his rushing ability.
11. Reggie Wayne - The Chargers have the worst D in the league and Andrew Luck is playing great right now. He’ll find Wayne.
12. Andre Johnson - The Rams gave up two receiving TDs to Jacksonville Sunday. A perfect chance for Johnson, Schaub and the Texans to get back on track.