A.J. Green will have a Sunday tilt against the Browns, who have allowed four different receivers to post as least 114 yards against them this season.
Lamar Miller has been a workhorse for the Houston Texans and will be its best weapon for a tough Week 7 matchup against the Denver Broncos, who are the fourth-ranked overall defense, but have dropped to 22nd against the run.
Rob Gronkowski broke out last weekend and has an extremely favorable matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 7, whose defense is surrendering 294 passing yards per game in 2016.
DeMarco Murray is staying healthy and producing like an elite three-down back entering Week 7's home game against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 25th in rushing defense and 29th in receiving yards allowed per game to running backs.
Odell Beckham exploded for 222 yards and two scores last week, and should be able to stay hot in London against the Rams on Sunday.
If Doug Martin (hamstring) can play on Sunday against the 49ers, he’s up for a big game after they allowed more than 300 rushing yards to the Bills last week.
LeGarrette Blount has found the end zone in all but one game this season, and faces a Pittsburgh Steelers' defense on Sunday that allowed a staggering 204 rushing yards and two touchdowns to Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi last weekend.
Mike Wallace will face the Jets in Week 7, as he looks to take advantage of a defense that gave up at least 89 yards and a touchdown to four different receivers over their first five games.
Pierre Garcon's role has grown over the past two weeks, giving him a high floor Sunday against Detroit's 23rd-ranked secondary.
Mike Evans has double-digit targets and a touchdown in four of his five games this season, and could find the space to follow in Kelvin Benjamin and Doug Baldwin’s footsteps as 100-yard receivers on Sunday against the 49ers secondary, which has struggled against bigger-bodied corners.
DeSean Jackson hasn't made much of an impact since Week 2, but has a golden opportunity to bounce back Sunday against Detroit's 23rd-ranked secondary.
Julio Jones will look for his fourth 100-yard game of the season on Sunday against the Chargers, who’ve allowed nearly 300 receiving yards per game this season.
Kenny Britt scored twice last week, and is the clear No. 1 receiver for the Rams heading into Sunday's clash with the Giants secondary in London that allows 267 yards passing per game.
Matt Jones has topped 115 yards in two of the past three weeks heading into Sunday's matchup with Detroit's 20th-ranked run defense.
Allen Robinson gets a break in Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank 31st in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Hunter Henry scored for the third straight game in Week 6, and now gets to face a Falcons defense Sunday that's allowed the second-most receiving yards to tight ends this season.
T.Y. Hilton is the Indianapolis Colts' leading target entering a Week 7 road game against the Tennessee Titans, who rank ninth in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Cameron Meredith has 20 catches on 25 targets in his last two games while topping 100 yards in both contests, and should see high volume again if the Bears fall behind the Packers in Week 7.
Delanie Walker was held in check last week, but has a good matchup in Week 7 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 26th in yards allowed per game to tight ends.
Allen Hurns and the rest of the Jacksonville Jaguars' offense receive a favorable Week 7 matchup against the Oakland Raiders, the league's lowest-ranked passing defense.
Jamison Crowder scored last week, and would once again have more room to operate over the middle if tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) doesn't suit up Sunday in Detroit.
Kendall Wright had a breakout game in Week 6 (eight catches, 133 yards, one touchdown), but production that comes out of nowhere can often be misleading. He's had some history of production with the Tennessee Titans, so we're willing to follow him into Week 7 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 29th in receiving defense.
Alshon Jeffery has yet to score while topping five passes only once to start the season heading into a Thursday matchup against Green Bay, who has failed to shut down opposing top receivers and is likely to remain without top corner Sam Shields due to injury.
LeSean McCoy broke out against the worst rushing defense in the NFL, and would have another favorable matchup this weekend against a Miami Dolphins defense allowing 147 rushing yards per game, but hurt his hamstring in practice and may not suit up.
Travis Benjamin is coming off his worst game of the season against a Broncos, but gets a much more favorable matchup Sunday against a Falcons defense that's allowed 14 passing TDs through six games.
In a game where the Falcons threw on nearly 70 percent of their attempts, Mohamed Sanu started looking like the complement to Julio Jones the Falcons were looking for (five receptions, 57 yards and a touchdown) and now he'll face the Chargers’ bottom-dozen defense against receivers on Sunday.
Dwayne Allen is week-to-week with a sprained ankle entering Week 7 against the Tennessee Titans.
Terrelle Pryor will face the Bengals on Sunday, and he’ll try to add to the eight touchdown receptions they’ve allowed to opposing wide receivers in 2016.
Brian Quick has topped 50 yards in four straight games, and his big-play ability makes him a tempting option Sunday in London against the 22nd-ranked Giants secondary.
Julius Thomas is coming off a two-game stretch in which he's caught four passes for 41 yards, but looks to be a good play in Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank 30th in yards allowed per game to tight ends.
Jimmy Graham has 302 yards and a touchdown in the past three weeks, and should be quarterback Russell Wilson's favorite target Sunday in Arizona.
Antonio Brown will have a Week 7 matchup against the Patriots as he tries to surpass 80 receiving yards for the first time since Week 3, a task that will prove difficult with Landry Jones under center.
Brandon LaFell will have a Week 7 matchup against the Browns, who’ve allowed eight touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this year.
Golden Tate brings momentum into Week 7 against the Redskins after a career-high 165 yards last week, but Washington is allowing only 243 yards per game through the air and a mere three touchdown passes over their last five games.
Julian Edelman has failed to gain 40 yards receiving in four-straight games, though he faces a Steelers defense on Sunday that's allowing 294 passing yards per contest, which is 29th in the NFL.
Chris Ivory out-touched starter T.J. Yeldon for the first time this season last week and looks to build off that in Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank 30th in rushing defense.
Victor Cruz has been quiet for two straight weeks, but his ability to make men miss makes him a dangerous Week 7 option against the Rams in London.
Jacquizz Rodgers may not see 35 touches again if Doug Martin’s healthy, but should be able to go for more than 3.4 yards per carry this week against the 49ers, who allowed the Bills to run for more than 300 yards in Week 6.
Jeremy Kerley struggled last week, but will look to bounce back in Colin Kaepernick's second start at quarterback Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Rashad Jennings has a friendly matchup against the 22nd-ranked Rams run defense Sunday in London, but New York's reluctance to run the ball significantly limits his upside.
Rishard Matthews has caught touchdown passes each of the last two weeks and is developing a nice chemistry with quarterback Marcus Mariota entering a Week 7 home game against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 29th in receiving defense and 20th in yards allowed per game to wideouts.
Randall Cobb has seen 11 targets in consecutive weeks and is coming off of a game where he scored for the first time this season, but faces a Bears defense that ranks 11th in the league by allowing 234 yards passing per game.
Charles Clay led the Bills in targets, receptions and receiving yards last weekend and will face a Miami defense on Sunday that's allowing 237 passing yards per contest, which is 13th in the NFL.
Eddie Lacy remains clearly limited by an ankle injury and faces a short recovery week with a Thursday matchup against a Bears defense allowing 3.9 yards per carry looming.
Tevin Coleman’s value will come as a pass-catcher this week against a Chargers defense that’s allowed six running backs to catch four or more passes while allowing more 100-yard receivers out of the backfield than rushers.
David Johnson has 268 rushing yards and five touchdowns over the past three weeks, and will attempt to prove that he's matchup-proof Sunday against a Seahawks defense that ranks in the top five against both the run and the pass.
Ty Montgomery should again function as the team's third receiver in the likely absence of Davante Adams Thursday against the Bears while also possibly playing the role of backup running back, giving him a great chance for continued volume.
Jaelen Strong, who began the season fourth on the depth chart, has made plays in each of the last three weeks and is moving ahead of rookie Braxton Miller as the Houston Texans' third wideout entering a Week 7 matchup against the Denver Broncos, who rank first in receiving defense.
T.J. Yeldon, who had fewer touches than Chris Ivory last week, looks to reclaim his spot atop the running back depth chart in Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank 30th in rushing defense.
Cameron Brate isn’t the same sort of downfield threat that Austin Seferian-Jenkins provided when he was healthy, but Brate has dependability on his side, going for 30 or more yards in four of his five games this season and takes on a 49ers defense in Week 7 that’s allowed 45 or more yards four times this season to opposing tight ends.