1. Calvin Johnson - He’s back in his usual spot after a two-touchdown game that included one insane catch in traffic.
2. Dez Bryant - He’ll have opportunities galore against this Lions D. Bryant has something to prove going against arguably the only WR better than him.
3. A.J. Green - Coming off two big games and the Jets really struggle against the top-flight wideouts.
4. Jordy Nelson - May seem high, but the Packers are sans Cobb and Jones and the Vikings pass D is not good.
5. Wes Welker - He’s scored at least nine points in every game this year. That’s a pretty safe bet against the Redskins in a potential shootout.
6. Demaryius Thomas - He’ll likely make a big play at home, but he’s more boom-or-bust than Welker.
7. DeSean Jackson - With Michael Vick back at QB, Jackson is more reliable against a Giants D he burned in Week 5.
8. Victor Cruz - Three straight quiet weeks now. Going against Philly is a very possible time to breakout.
9. Pierre Garcon - Only scored double digits twice this year, but he is a solid bet against a Broncos D that gets beat through the air.
10. Vincent Jackson - Two monster games in a row, and Jackson got an insane 22 targets last week. The only downside here is facing a stout Carolina D on a short week.
11. Antonio Brown - Good matchup and the usage is there. But he’s only scored double digits once—a 31 point outing in Week 3.
12. Eric Decker - He’s actually second in the league in receiving yards. Yet with only three TDs, he remains the Broncos own WR3.