Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals –
Finally has a quarterback who can get him the ball, with big results the reward for fantasy owners who were patient.
Josh Gordon, Browns –
Gordon has survived multiple quarterback changes as the most dynamic offensive playmaker in Cleveland.
Keenan Allen, Chargers –
It took him a little while, but Allen has firmly entrenched himself as Philip Rivers' top target.
Kendall Wright, Titans –
If Tennessee can solve its quarterback conundrum, Wright has an extremely bright future in this league. As it stands, he's Ryan Fitzpatrick's favorite target.
Wes Welker, Broncos –
Had a disasterous return to New England; multiple drops could drive him deeper into Peyton Manning's well-stocked receiver rotation.
Danny Amendola, Patriots –
Who steps up in New England seems to be a week-to-week thing, but Amendola isn't taking his turn with enough regularity.
Emmanuel Sanders, Steelers –
Sanders is thriving in the wingman role, giving Ben Roethlisberger another downfield option he can trust
Nate Burleson, Lions –
Returned to his role as Calvin Johnson's wingman without missing a beat; going forward, he'll be a big help to Matthew Stafford's bottom line
Hakeem Nicks, Giants –
Not exactly adding zeroes to his potential offseason payday with a consistent stream of zeroes on the scoresheet.
Terrance Williams, Cowboys –
Miles Austin's return to the lineup took a bigger bite than expected. Austin probably won't stay healthy, but for the moment Wiliams has dropped substantially in Tony Romo's progression.
Cordarrelle Patterson, Vikings –
Seeing a big uptick in targets; when he starts doing something with him, watch out!