Brandon LaFell will face the Dolphins on Thursday after catching just five of 11 pass targets for 69 yards over his last two contests.
Marcedes Lewis has been a nuisance to top receiving tight end Julius Thomas, stealing targets and scoring a touchdown, but is the clear second option at the position entering a Week 4 meeting with the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 20th in yards allowed to tight ends.
Sammie Coates will be up against the Chiefs in Week 4 after posting at least 50 receiving yards in each games he’s played this year.
Ryan Griffin got some extra looks last week following an injury to Stephen Anderson, but the injury is not considered serious and Griffin could be back to seeing minor targets in the Texans' Week 4 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Hunter Henry caught five passes for 76 yards in his first NFL start in Week 3, and could get another Sunday against the Saints if Antonio Gates' hamstring sidelines him once again.
Derrick Henry is getting more and more playing time but remains the second back behind DeMarco Murray in Tennessee's run-first offense. He could vulture a red-zone touchdown in Week 4 against the Houston Texans.
Josh Doctson was scratched with an Achilles injury last week, and questions about his health make him an unreliable option in what would otherwise be a great Week 4 matchup with the Browns.
Andrew Hawkins will be taking on Washington on Sunday after seeing four pass targets last week when Corey Coleman missed the first of a number of games due to injury.
Powell had 10 touches for 71 yards last weekend, though he'll likely find little room to roam against a Seattle defense allowing a league-low 250.3 yards per game.
Rishard Matthews got more targets in Week 3, thanks to Delanie Walker (hamstring) being unavailable, but as the Titans' passing game suffers, he remains a risky option in Week 4 against the Houston Texans, who rank first in receiving defense.
Andre Johnson was nearly a hero last week, but his offensive pass interference penalty negated a game-tying touchdown. He remains in the mix in a thin receiving corps and has the motivation factor in Week 4 when the Titans face his former team, the Houston Texans.
Jermaine Kearse has been quiet this season, but it's possible he comes to life Sunday against a 21st-ranked Jets defense that has given up plenty of big plays through the air.
Anquan Boldin has scored in consecutive games, but faces a Bears defense that has allowed only four receiving touchdowns through three games.
Eric Ebron has at least four catches and 46 yards in all three games to date, but faces a Bears defense that has allowed only four touchdown passes and 214 passing yards per game.
Sebastian Janikowski continues to receive few field goal opportunities and faces a Ravens defense Sunday that ranks fourth in the league in points allowed so far at 14.7 per game.
Greg Zuerlein got to kick four extra points last week after being held without one for consecutive games to open the season, but don't expect a repeat performance Sunday in Arizona.
Quincy Enunwa had a team-high 11 targets last weekend, though quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed six interceptions, and the task will not get any easier against the league's best pass defense of the Seattle Seahawks this weekend.
Kenny Stills had a bounce back performance with five catches for 76 yards last weekend, and will face a suspect Cincinnati defense that is allowing 247 passing yards per game, which is 13th in the NFL.
Alex Smith has been quiet since his big Week 1 performance, but could be surprisingly productive Sunday against a Steelers defense that's allowed the second-most passing yards in the league so far.
Jimmy Garappolo is battling a shoulder injury, but the Pats are hopeful both he and Jacoby Brissett will be able to suit up against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday.
While Josh Brown converted a pair of kicks from inside 30 yards last week, he likely won't get many chances against Minnesota's stout defense on Monday Night Football in Week 4.
Adam Humphries broke the 100-yard barrier against the Rams, but could struggle to replicate those stats against a Broncos secondary that allowed just 189 passing yards last week to the Bengals.
Anderson, who had been Houston's leading target at tight end entering Week 3, left last week's game with a hamstring injury that is not considered serious. With 10 days to get ready, he should return in Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans.
Jace Amaro broke out in Week 3 to lead the Titans in receiving (59 yards) as Tennessee was without Delanie Walker (hamstring) and will be the primary receiver at tight end should Walker be forced to miss Week 4 against the Houston Texans.
Roberto Aguayo missed a field goal and an extra point against the Rams in a five-point loss, and he could find scoring chances very limited in Sunday’s matchup against the Broncos.
Eli Rogers will face the Chiefs on Sunday night after catching just three of his eight pass targets over the last two weeks.
Mohamed Sanu was once again a non-factor for chunks of last weekend’s game (three receptions for 31 yards) as the balanced Falcons offense hasn’t yet utilized the former Rutgers standout and could struggle this Sunday against the Panthers’ tough defense once again.
Breshad Perriman will face the Raiders on Sunday, after catching just five of his 11 pass targets on the season.
Matt Ryan didn’t throw for 300 yards for his third consecutive game against the Saints and will likely fall short once again in Week 4 versus the Panthers, who’ve allowed fewer than 180 passing yards twice this season, and have yet to allow a 250-yard passer.
Danny Amendola caught just two passes last week and will likely struggle with either dinged up quarterback under center as he faces the Bills on Sunday.
Nick Folk managed just one field goal last week and won't likely have many more chances against a Seattle defense that is second in the NFL in terms of points allowed.
Ted Ginn Jr. saw the Panthers second-most targets last week with seven, but struggled along with the rest of the offense, and should see Kelvin Benjamin take a bigger role on Sunday against the Falcons after not seeing a single target last week.
Devin Funchess was targeted twice, but failed to record a catch against the Vikings, and may struggle again in Week 4 against the Falcons, who allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing receivers last season.
Robert Woods was heavily targeted in the absence of Sammy Watkins last week, though he managed just 51 yards on six catches and he'll look have another productive game when he faces the Patriots on Sunday.
Larry Donnell and Will Tye each hauled in three passes last week, and the two should continue to eat into each other's value Monday in Minnesota.
Terrance Williams' mental errors are keeping him from carving out a larger role as a receiver in Dallas' run-first offense heading into Sunday's showdown with San Francisco.
Kendall Wright missed a third straight game in Week 3, but had practiced last week and will be full participant this week. It looks like he'll be available for Week 4 against the Houston Texans, which should bolster Tennessee's dismal passing attack.
Cody Kessler has a Week 4 matchup against a Washington defense that has allowed at least 292 passing yards in each game they’ve played this season.
Jason Myers is tied for 21st among kickers with 18 points through three games, but has a good matchup in Week 4 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 30th in scoring defense.
Sam Bradford has been mistake free in his first two starts for the Vikings, but the team remains conservative in their play calling heading in to a matchup on Monday with a Giants defense that has allowed only three touchdown passes to date.
Brian Hoyer could make his second consecutive start in Week 4 against the Lions if Jay Cutler (thumb) is unable to go, and would face a defense that has allowed a league-high 10 touchdown passes through three games.
Antonio Gates did not play in Week 3 due to a hamstring injury, and is still questionable for Sunday's home game against a Saints defense that has yet to allow a touchdown to a tight end this season.
The Titans' receiving corps is pretty thin, but Harry Douglas has managed just four catches through three weeks and is a longshot to have a significant role in Week 4 against the Houston Texans.
Lance Kendricks didn't catch a single ball last week, and will probably be asked almost exclusively to block against a Cardinals team that ranks sixth against the pass and 29th against the run.
Marquise Goodwin will take on the Patriots on Sunday after being targeted five times last weekend, though he managed just one catch for six yards, and only the occasional home run ball provides his fantasy value.
Virgil Green didn't play in Week 3 due to a calf injury and, even if he suits up Sunday, will be a risky play against a Buccaneers defense that has yet to allow a touchdown to a tight end this season.
C.J. Fiedorowicz has just four targets through three games and should be a non-factor in Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans.
Chester Rogers is the main beneficiary of playing time due to the Donte Moncrief (shoulder) injury, but he was a non-factor in Week 3 and remains a long shot to do any damage in Week 4 when the Colts play the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Dustin Hopkins kicked five field goals last week, and shouldn't lack for opportunities Sunday against a porous Browns defense.
Alfred Blue played just two snaps on the final drive of Houston's loss to the Patriots in Week 3 and will continue to take a heavily subordinate role to Lamar Miller in Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans.