Hakeem Nicks, Giants –
The knee injury turned out to be just a bruise, and Nicks not only played Monday night he also found the end zone. And the way Giants receivers are dropping due to injury, he may be Eli's only viable target.
Jeremy Maclin, Eagles –
Looked pretty healthy Sunday night in Atlanta. Better yet, Mike Kafka knew where to find him so any sort of Mike Vick absence wouldn't cut into his value..
Mike Williams, Buccaneers –
Williams had a TD grab wiped out in Week 2, but if he can't get his against the Vikings' secondary what's he going to do when confronted with a legitimate secondary?
Miles Austin, Cowboys –
A monster three-TD game helps make up for what could be a month-long absence due to Austin aggravating his hamstring injury. But just barely.
A.J. Green, Bengals –
The Week 1 TD was a fluke, but in Week 2 Green demonstrated a chemistry with Andy Dalton that has Bengals fans salivating over what the next few years might have in store.
Jerome Simpson, Bengals –
Simpson is getting plenty of looks in the current Cincy game plan, and with Jordan Shipley done for the year there may even be a few more coming his way.
Eric Decker, Broncos –
Decker capitalized on Brandon Lloyd's injury, and now with Eddie Royal out he'll remain in the lineup. If he keeps up his current rate of production he's going to be impossible to get off the field regardless of who's healthy.
David Nelson, Bills –
Nelson is settling into the Bills' WR2 job, and if Stevie Johnson's groin injury costs him any playing time Nelson would be the guy to step into those stats.
Denarius Moore, Raiders –
Moore gives the Raiders that beloved deep target, and he was Jason Campbell's favorite target in his NFL debut. If he can avoid the injury curse that has plagued Oakland receivers the past few years, he may just be the one who finally sticks.
Danario Alexander, Rams –
It's time once again for Alexander to flash his impressive skills for a brief moment before his bad knees betray him. Enjoy him while you can.
Jesse Holley, Cowboys –
Reality TV star turned game-breaking receiver? With Miles Austin sidelined, Holley gets a star turn on an even bigger stage.