Michael Jenkins: 5 catches for 99 yards. Jenkins is back in the lineup after missing the first five games and he had a nice debut. Jenkins has been so inconsistent throughout his career that should not be considered anything more than a bench option.
Roddy White: 6 catches for 83 yards. For the second week in a row White has had a terrible first half followed by a great second half. Still he has been a top 5 WR all season in fantasy football and he will continue to pile up the numbers.
DeSean Jackson: 1 catch for 34 yards and 1 TD. Jackson had been complaining that he wasn’t getting enough looks in the passing game and had two TD’s before the first quarter was over until he suffered a concussion which knocked him out the rest of the game. Jackson has been a TD heavy great and a WR 3 in PPR leagues and nothing has changed.
Jeremy Macklin: 7 catches for 159 yards with 2 TD’s. Macklin is the guy you want to own as far as Eagles WR in fantasy football. Unlike DeSean Jackson, Macklin is both a PPR and a TD heavy option and he is only going to get better.
Mike Wallace: 3 catches for 90 yards with 1 TD. Wallace’s game is 3 or 4 catches for around 75 yards and 1 TD. He a lower level DeSean Jackson in other words. TD heavy owners should be the only ones interested.
Hines Ward: 5 catches for 54 yards with 1 TD. Ward looked like his usual self now that Big Ben is back and this is what fantasy football owners have been waiting for. Ward is very consistent and remains a great WR 3 in all leagues.
Mike Williams: 10 catches for 123 yards. Somewhere Matt Miller is looking at this line and saying to himself: “Where was that when I needed it?” Williams looked awesome and it goes to show you the talent he has when his weight is under control. He is widely available in all fantasy football leagues and right now I would say take a shot. See where it goes.
Johnny Knox: 5 catches for 120 yards. This is the Bears WR you want to own as Knox has always had a good rapport with Jay Cutler. Knox is not a PPR guy but he can stretch the field a la Greg Jennings.
Devin Hester: 2 catches for 26 yards. Hester has never been a guy I recommend for fantasy football and I stand by that opinion.
Brandon Marshall: 10 catches for 127 yards. Marshall is a physical marvel and he is almost impossible to stop. He is starting to take over games like he did in Denver and he has retained all of his PPR value as well. What a player.
Davone Bess: 5 catches for 37 yards with 1 TD. That’s two TD’s in a row for Bess who is following up his nice rookie season with more good play. If Bess can continue to score some, he will be the next Hines Ward.
Greg Jennings: 6 catches for 133 yards with 1 TD. I have stated on too many occasions to count that Greg Jennings will mix in an all world game like this with 3 or 4 mediocre ones every year. The one caveat now is the fact that Jermichael Finley’s absence has created an opportunity to see more passes. Jennings has the chance now to be more than an all or nothing buy he has been for the last two years.
Donald Driver: 3 catches for 31 yards. Driver is nicked up and could have an issue getting on the field next week. The guy can still play but injuries could be more of an problem this year.
Calvin Johnson: 5 catches for 146 yards. I have shied away from Johnson since he got into the league due to the fact he has not shown himself to be a PPR guy. However his TD prowess is unmatched in fantasy football as he now has 4 scores the last three games. He seems to be fine after dealing with a shoulder problem all week but that doesn’t figure to be a problem going forward now.
Nate Burleson: 6 catches for 50 yards and 1 TD. Burleson has emerged from his hibernation to post two straight solid games but he is best left as a bye week fill in type.
Steve Smith: 6 catches for 70 yards. Smith is continuing on another 90 catch season with little fanfare. He ceded TD’s to teammates Mario Manningham and Hakeem Nicks so he is much more of a PPR gem but he has value in all leagues.
Hakeem Nicks: 3 catches for 8 yards. Nicks has been awesome all year so he can be forgiven for one poor outing. Only thing you have to worry about is if defensive coordinators begin to double team him which is a real threat.
Robert Meachem: 4 catches for 71 yards with 1 TD. Meachem had is turn for the good week in New Orleans but he is nothing but a bench option due to wildly inconsistent production.
Lance Moore: 2 catches for 57 yards with 1 TD. If you could combine Meachem and Moore, you would have a nice player. The fact of the matter is that these guys split catches and alternate good weeks.
Marques Colston: 5 catches for 53 yards. Colston has seen his stock sink the last few years and its sinking even further this year. He has dropped to WR 3 territory which is a stark fall for a guy that was an early pick in fantasy football drafts.
Mike Williams: 4 catches for 45 yards. The other Mike Williams is having a good rookie year but he is someone to revisit next season.
Patrick Crayton: 6 catches for 117 yards. Crayton stepped up after Malcolm Floyd and Antonio Gates went out with injuries and he has a decent past of fantasy football production so if you are desperate at WR, than he wouldn’t be a bad flier if Floyd sits out.
Malcolm Floyd: 2 catches for 15 yards. As a Floyd owner, he has been very frustrating with his alternating good and bad games, Yes he got hurt but he wasn’t involved much before that occurred.
Danny Amendola: 3 catches for 19 yards. Things are much more difficult when you are the go-to-guy as Amendola is finding out. He now has the attention of the defense so he could have trouble continuing the PPR pace he was on.
Dwayne Bowe: 6 catches for 108 yards with 2 TD’s. Bowe was another guy I spoke highly of in preseason and he hadnt done much of anything until this week. Bowe has tremendous talent but he needs QB Matt Cassell to keep focused on him. Whether that happens is anyone’s guess but this shows you how good Bowe can be.
Andre Johnson: 8 catches for 138 yards and 1 TD. Johnson is back to normal as he has put the ankle injury behind him and turned back into the fantasy football monster we all know. Not much to talk about here other than that he is great.
Deion Branch: 9 catches for 98 yards with 1 TD. Talk about a nice return. It looked like Branch had never left town as he was incredible. I spoke at length about Branch last week and recommended you pick him up in all leagues due to the gaping hole that Randy Moss left and I hope you took my advice. I wouldn’t be shocked if we see Branch turn in nice lines the rest of the season.
Derrick Mason: 8 catches for 100 yards. Everytime I try to write off Mason he comes back with a game like this. The guy knows how to get his catches despite not being a TD threat. Still he is a WR 3 only.
Anquan Boldin: 4 catches for 63 yards with 1 TD. Boldin is scoring crazy TD’s lately and he has shown that he wasn’t the product of playing opposite Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona.
Michael Crabtree: 4 catches for 57 yards with 1 TD. Crabtree has the talent to be one of the best WR’s in both real football and fantasy football. He is starting to show his full potential and is only going to get better from this point.
Jabar Gaffney: 6 catches for 81 yards. If you play on Denver as a WR, you are fantasy football worthy, especially in PPR leagues. Gaffney is having a tremendous start to the season and should be used from here on out due to the Broncos proclivity to pass.
Eddie Royal: 3 catches for 27 yards. Royal is getting lost in the shuffle the last few weeks as Brandon Lloyd and Jabar Gaffney have taken charge of the catches but he is still very useful in PPR leagues.
Brandon Lloyd: 4 catches for 74 yards. Lloyd had trouble getting going the first half but he got his in the second. Not what he has shown lately but he is still proving to be a huge fantasy football find this year.
Braylon Edwards: 4 catches for 46 yards with 1 TD. Edwards has a nose for the end zone and he has good value in TD leagues.
Santonio Holmes: 4 catches for 47 yards. Holmes is like another Edwards. Heavy on TD’s and light on catches.
Roy Williams: 3 catches for 28 yards with 2 TD’s. Williams has been finding the end zone with regularity and is starting to resemble the player he was with Detroit after struggling badly when he first came to Dallas last year. Don’t go crazy here due to all the competition for balls but Williams has shown he can be a very good fantasy football player when he is right.
Miles Austin: 2 catches for 12 yards. Austin was a non-factor here. Just a bad game.
Percy Harvin: 3 catches for 21 yards. Harvin will have it tough when Sidney Rice gets back so if you are an owner, it might be a good idea to move him now.
Randy Moss: 5 catches for 55 yards. He didn’t get into the end zone but it was a decent day for Randy. Nothing to see here.
Pierre Garcon: 4 catches for 104 yards with 1 TD. While Reggie Wayne and Austin Collie collect most of the catches, Garcon scored the TD’s. In PPR he is a bench guy but he makes the perfect WR 3 in TD heavy leagues.
Austin Collie: 7 catches for 57 yards with 1 TD. I always knew how good Collie could be in PPR as he reminds me of Wes Welker but I had no idea he would score so much. That’s what you get when Peyton Manning is your QB.
Reggie Wayne: 6 catches for 71 yards. Wayne is so consistent its scary. He picked up right where Marvin Harrison left off years ago and is still going strong.
Santana Moss: 8 catches for 77 yards. Moss is playing very well in all facets right now. He was a cheap WR option this season so he is giving great value right now.