Coby Fleener is moving ahead of Dwayne Allen as a target as the Indianapolis Colts enter a Week 5 meeting against the Houston Texans.
Emmanuel Sanders should be able to rebound from a quiet Week 4 against a Raiders defense Sunday that's allowing more than 300 passing yards a game, and which surrendered 11 catches for 140 yards and two TDs to Sanders in two games last season.
Peyton Manning posted a season-best 7.9 YPA in Week 4, and has a solid matchup Sunday against a Raiders defense allowing over 300 passing yards a game.
Blount's yardage potential is apparently capped by the presence of Dion Lewis as a receiving threat, but facing a Cowboys defense that has allowed at least one rushing touchdown in three of four games and could be without linebacker Sean Lee sets Blount up for success in Week 5.
DeAndre Hopkins has posted two straight 100-yard receiving games as the Houston Texans prepare for a Week 5 game against the Indianapolis Colts, the 23rd-ranked defense in passing yards allowed per game.
The Houston Texans' game plan in Week 5 against the Indianapolis Colts will be to run the ball, and that means Arian Foster.
Ryan Succop has reaped the rewards of the Tennessee Titans' improved offense and looks to build on that in Week 5 against the Buffalo Bills, who allow an average of 23 points per game.
Hauschka will need to make the most of what figures to be a low number of chances as Seattle travels to take on a Bengals defense that is allowing just 17.8 points per game through the first four weeks.
Allen Hurns has been a more consistent receiver in his second season with the Jacksonville Jaguars and he'll remain the number two target in Week 5 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Foles and the Rams passing attack will face another tough test on the road against the Packers as he looks to build off of last week's three touchdown performance.
Jeremy Maclin had another huge game in last week's loss to the Bengals when Alex Smith wad forced to play catch-up, but he should see a lower target volume Sunday as the Chiefs lean heavily on Jamaal Charles to attack a vulnerable Bears run defense.
Worthy of consideration now that the bye weeks have started given the comfy matchup against a suspect Atlanta pass defense.
Cobb's volume remains high, averaging 10 targets over the past three games, but faces a sound Rams defense in Week 5 that has allowed only one touchdown to a wide receiver all season.
Murray should have some holes to run through against a soft New Orleans defense, but the entire Philadelphia offense still looks very shaky.
With so many of his teammates hobbled by injuries, Harvin could see some extra targets against a shaky Tennessee secondary.
Could benefit from the injury to tight end Jordan Reed on an offense that has thrown the ball 94 times the past two weeks.
Allen Robinson leads the NFL with 22 receiving yards per catch entering a Week 5 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Vincent Jackson will look to build off his huge week (10-147-1) in Sunday's matchup against the middling Jaguars.
Nate Washington is day-to-day with a hamstring injury leading up to Week 5, a Thursday night game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Cutler made an early return from a hamstring injury last week, and while turnovers remain a problem, he'll face a Chiefs defense that is allowing 31.3 points and 296 yards passing per game.
Donte Moncrief leads the Indianapolis Colts in touchdowns as the prepare for a Week 5 game against the Houston Texans.
Kendall Wright has benefited form better quarterback play this season and will face the league's 29th-ranked passing defense in Week 5 when the Buffalo Bills visit Nashville.
Rodgers faces a Rams defense that has allowed only three touchdown passes while racking up 17 sacks in four games, tempering expectations slightly in Week 5.
Boldin might have his best chance at turning around a disappointing start with a Week 5 game matchup against the Giants' league-worst (316.3 yards per game) pass defense.
Frank Gore has yet to carry the Indianapolis Colts in any game, but that could change against the Houston Texans in Week 5 when quarterback Andrew Luck is still dealing with a shoulder injury.
Davis was held out of Week 4 with a knee strain but could take advantage of a Giants defense that is yielding a league-high 316.3 passing yards per game if he's able to return in Week 5.
Devonta Freeman may not get three rushing touchdowns for the third-straight week, but has cracked tougher defensive nuts than the Redskins, who've allowed just one rushing touchdown this season.
The injury to Daniel Fells opens the door for a more expanded role.
Heath Miller was held to a single reception for one yard in his first game with Michael Vick calling signals, and will have a chance to bounce back after an extra-long week of practice against a San Diego Chargers defense that is 25th in passing touchdown percentage allowed.
Scored for the second straight week and spends another week as WR2 with the injury setback to Victor Cruz.
Williams struggled in his first start and is now dealing with a concussion, but the matchup is more than manageable, if he plays and LeSean McCoy (hamstring) doesn't.
Blake Bortles has shown improvement in his second year at the helm of the Jacksonville Jaguars' offense and enters Week 5 against a beatable Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Mike Evans was out-targeted by Vincent Jackson 15-to-8 and will hope to get on the right side of that balance against the middle-of-the-pack Jaguars secondary.
Brown will continue to have to fight for targets in the Arizona passing attack but a Week 5 matchup against the Detroit Loins should give him chances to make an impact.
Should Jeffery return from a hamstring injury, he'll face a Chiefs defense that has eight opposing receivers top 80 yards in four games while allowing 11 touchdowns.
Wilson passed for a season-high 287 yards and a touchdown in a Week 4 win over the Lions and would look to take advantage of a Bengals defense that is allowing the sixth-most passing yards per game (279.0) in Week 5.
A damaged Andrew Luck (shoulder) will make his return in Week 5 against the Houston Texans.
Derek Carr's surprisingly good start to the season will be put to the test Sunday, on the road against a Broncos defense with a league-leading 18 sacks.
Jameis Winston will look to bounce-back on Sunday from a four-interception Week 4 as he takes on the forgiving Jaguars secondary that's allowed 279 passing yards per game.
Riddick is averaging five catches through four games, giving him some appeal for an offense that is averaging a mere 47.0 yards per game on the ground.
Watkins may miss a second straight game with a calf strain, but he'll face a shaky defense if he's able to play.
Going up against the league's 28th ranked pass defense offers Wilson a chance to replicate last week's career-high 80 yard performance, but he would see a decrease in targets should Alshon Jeffery return from a hamstring injury.
Harry Douglas is averaging just 3.3 yards per target in the Tennessee Titans' high-volume offense as he enters a Week 5 game against the Buffalo Bills, who have given up the third most touchdowns to wideouts this year.
Tate could draw extra looks against the Cardinals should Patrick Peterson shadow Calvin Johnson, but it's a defense that is allowing only 199 yards per game, giving Tate minimal upside.
Marqise Lee is dealing with a hamstring injury that leaves him questionable entering a Week 5 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Even if healthy, Jacob Tamme is not a great option in Sunday's matchup with the Redskins for a Falcons offense where 10.4 percent of receptions have gone to tight ends.
Benjamin Watson continues to insert himself in the offense (3-30-0), but has yet to score a touchdown and faces an Eagles team on Sunday that’s yet to allow one to a tight end this season.
Kearse hasn't found the end zone but has topped 75 yards receiving in three of his four games this year as Seattle takes on a Bengals defense that is allowing the sixth-most passing yards per game (279.0) in the league so far.
Amari Cooper is on pace for a truly impressive rookie season, but has a tough matchup Sunday against a Broncos defense that has allowed just two total receiving TDs and 185 passing yards per game this season.
Travis Kelce was overshadowed by Jeremy Maclin last week, and could have another quiet game Sunday against a weak Bears defense that's been vulnerable against the run but has held opposing tight ends to just one TD in four games.