Reggie Wayne, Colts –
Still heavily targeted, but Kerry Collins couldn't connect with him and Curtis Painter seemed to be laser-locked on Pierre Garçon when he joined the fray. Still talented, still opportunity here, but we need to see more competent quarterback play first.
Nate Washington, Titans –
Washington was moving up the rankings of his own accord, but now that Kenny Britt will miss the rest of the season he has even more chances coming his way.
Denarius Moore, Raiders –
When the Raiders couldn't shake Moore free from Darrelle Revis, they just handed him the ball in the backfield and let him do the rest. You know Al Davis is making at least one call a quarter to Hue Jackson imploring him to get the ball to Moore.
Sidney Rice, Seahawks –
It's not going to be pretty in Seattle, but Rice clearly has Tarvaris Jackson's attention.
Victor Cruz, Giants –
Looks like that preseason game from a couple years back wasn't a fluke; dude can play. He'll be opposite Hakeem Nicks, which isn't a bad place to be.
Percy Harvin, Vikings –
Lightly used in Week 2, where was Harvin when the Vikings needed him in Week 3? On the sidelines, barfing. Just like Vikings fans everywhere. Health and quarterback issues are torpedoing his WR1 opportunity.
Torrey Smith, Ravens –
Not a bad debut, but don't forget it was Smith's struggles in the preseason that prompted Baltimore to trade for Lee Evans. There is also concern that his production will follow an Evans-like arc with big-game spikes followed by two- and three-week lulls.
Donald Jones, Bills –
You know Stevie Johnson, you've gotten to know slot receiver David Nelson; now meet the guy on the other side, who has the same number of targets as DeSean Jackson and Julio Jones.
Jerome Simpson, Bengals –
A big opportunity, up in smoke. The league has yet to officially take action, but on the bright side Simpson is used to running around in orange stripes.
Chad Ochocinco, Patriots –
The touchdown drop was inexcusable. No wonder Tom Brady is finding all kinds of other guys to throw to.
Michael Jenkins, Vikings –
While Percy Harvin heaves and Bernard Berrian sullies the backs of Minnesota milk cartons, Jenkins has been the Vikings' most targeted receiver. Sure, it's like having the best personal hygiene in France, but at least it's something.