1. Dez Bryant - Disputes with teammates aside, Bryant had a great game last Sunday, even if he didn’t match Megatron catch for catch.
2. Jordy Nelson - The most consistently productive receiver this year. Nelson has at least eight points in every game.
3. A.J. Green - Three straight 100-yard games. It helps that QB Andy Dalton is playing the best ball of his career.
4. Brandon Marshall - Josh McCown hurts his value a bit, but Marshall will still see a dozen-plus targets versus the Pack.
5. DeSean Jackson - Nick Foles is the Eagles QB this Sunday, which is a good thing for Jackson.
6. Andre Johnson - Case Keenum showed promise for the Texans in Week 7. He excelled at the most important aspect of being a Texans QB: Feeding Johnson.
7. Antonio Brown - He’ll get 10 receptions Sunday. The targets are there, but the lack of touchdowns keeps him away from the elite.
8. Pierre Garcon - Hasn’t shown his WR1 potential in some time, but the Chargers give up the most points to receivers.
9. Josh Gordon - Succeeded with Jason Campbell at QB. Why were the Browns ever considering trading this guy?
10. Vincent Jackson - Seattle’s secondary will be brutally tough against the Bucs, but Jackson has real garbage time potential this week.
11. Steve Smith - Smith has yet to benefit from Cam Newton’s great play. He still doesn’t have 100 yards in a game this year.
12. Terrance Williams -He’s locked in as the number two wideout in Dallas. A TD in four straight games and the Vikings can’t stop the pass.