Brandon Marshall, Bears –
How good do you have to be to still make plays even when everyone in the stadium, including the defense, knows the ball is going to you? Marshall is putting on a clinic in that regard.
Hakeem Nicks, Giants –
Nicks is nowhere near 100% healthy, but he's healthy enough to resume being a fantasy factor--especially with goal line back Andre Brown down with a broken leg.
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals –
Fitz is in the same boat as Brandon Marshall, only with infinitely worse quarterbacking.
Michael Crabtree, 49ers –
Crabtree continues to be the Niners' top target and most consistent producer in the passing game. Not sure what San Francisco's quarterback change means for him, but thus far it doesn't appear to hurt.
Sidney Rice, Seahawks –
Rice is beginning to play like the receiver who earned the big contract in Seattle, and Russell Wilson is beginning to rely on him.
Justin Blackmon, Jaguars –
With Chad Henne locked in at quarterback the rest of the way, Blackmon can continue to demonstrate the skills that made him a first-round pick.
Percy Harvin, Vikings –
By the time he's healthy enough to return, there may not be anything left worth coming back to.
Mike Wallace, Steelers –
Wallace was targeted six times by Charlie Batch, but none of the six connected. That's going to be an ongoing concern, unless Ben Roethlisberger hustles back to the lineup.
Pierre Garçon, Redskins –
He won't be fully healthy the rest of the way, but he's demonstrating more than enough to reclaim his status as RG3's top target.
Chris Givens, Rams –
Danny Amendola is still the Rams' go-to guy, but Givens is carving out a role opposite him as the downfield guy.