T.Y. Hilton is getting targeted nearly 11 times per game by quarterback Andrew Luck as the two have established great chemistry heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs who rank 31st in yards per game allowed to wideouts.
With 830 yards on the season in just seven games and a matchup against the worst-ranked defense against receivers, Julio Jones looks primed for a massive day on Sunday against the Packers.
Doug Baldwin will look to snap a three-game touchdown drought Sunday against a Saints team that has allowed 32.5 points per game.
Brandon Marshall led the Jets with eight targets last weekend, and will face a suspect Cleveland defense on Sunday that's allowing 286 passing yards per game, which is 29th in the league.
Larry Fitzgerald saw 14 targets last week, and should once again be heavily involved Sunday against Carolina's 26th-ranked secondary.
Quarterback Brock Osweiler is having problems getting the ball into DeAndre Hopkins' hands, but Week 8 offers hope as the Houston Texans face the Detroit Lions, who rank 23rd in receiving defense.
Mike Evans has at least 95 yards in three games this season and has hit double-digit targets in five-consecutive games, which makes him a good bet to be the seventh receiver to go for at least 100 yards on Sunday against the Raiders secondary.
Randall Cobb has seen at least 11 targets in three straight weeks while scoring in two consecutive games, and faces a Falcons defense that has allowed the third-most receiving touchdowns in the league.
Demaryius Thomas found the end zone for the fourth time in five games in Week 7, but should be more than just a red-zone option Sunday against a Chargers defense allowing over 276 passing yards a game, 24th in the league.
Emmanuel Sanders pulled down at least 80 yards for the fourth time in five games in Week 7, and gets a good matchup Sunday at home against a Chargers defense allowing over 276 passing yards a game, 24th in the league.
Jeremy Maclin's workload has decreased over the last two weeks along with the rest of the Chiefs' passing game, but he gets a favorable matchup Sunday against a Colts defense allowing over 281 passing yards a game, 25th in the league.
Michael Floyd isn't likely to top 65 yards for the first time with John Brown due back for Sunday's matchup with the 26th-ranked Panthers pass defense.
Quincy Enunwa scored a 69-yard touchdown last weekend and clashes with a Cleveland Browns defense on Sunday that's surrendered 18 passing touchdowns in 2016, which is tied for last in the NFL.
Terrelle Pryor will be up against the Jets on Sunday as he tries to recover from a hamstring injury that limited him to just 18 yards on two receptions in last week’s contest.
Golden Tate has seen 22 targets over the last two weeks and will need that kind of volume to produce against a second-ranked Texans pass defense that allows 185 yards per game.
Mohamed Sanu caught just two passes for 16 yards last week, but will face the Packers this weekend, a defense that is ranked last against opposing wide receivers.
Pierre Garcon was outplayed by Jamison Crowder and DeSean Jackson last week, but any of the three could emerge as the leading Redskins receiver Sunday against the Bengals.
Allen Hurns is dealing with a shoulder injury entering a short prep week for the Jacksonville Jaguars' Week 8 game Thursday night against the Tennessee Titans, who rank 19th in receiving defense.
Julian Edelman caught a season-high nine passes last weekend, but has yet to find the end zone or crack the 80-yard mark this season, and will face a Buffalo defense on Sunday that's allowing 235.7 yards per game through the air, which is 11th in the NFL.
A.J. Green will take on a Washington defense this Sunday that’s given up at least 93 receiving yards to five different receivers this year.
Willie Snead seems to be locked in a battle with Michael Thomas for the second receiver role in the Saints offense (10 receptions for Thomas, nine for Snead), but Drew Brees will try to keep both busy on Sunday against a Seahawks' defense that allows the firth fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.
Marvin Jones has scored, or gone for at least 74 yards, in every game this season, giving him a bit of safety entering a matchup with a second-ranked Texans pass defense that allows only 185 yards per game.
Ty Montgomery has 32 touches in his last two games, and though he could see fewer snaps at running back with Knile Davis getting acclimated to the playbook, his continued presence in the backfield against a Falcons 27th ranked defense offers plenty appeal that comes with wide receiver eligibility.
Jamison Crowder could once again see an uptick in targets Sunday in London against the Bengals if tight end Jordan Reed (concussion) isn't ready to return.
Rishard Matthews is the Tennessee Titans' most reliable target week-to-week as they prepare for a Week 8 home game Thursday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Davante Adams has five touchdowns in six games, and while last week's 13-132-2 line came out of nowhere, he's showing a nice knack of the end zone with a matchup against a Falcons defense that has allowed 15 touchdown receptions to date.
Marquise Goodwin becomes the de facto No. 1 wideout in the absence of Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods, and is a home run threat on Sunday against a New England defense that's allowed nine passing touchdowns, which is tied for 11th in the NFL.
Jordan Matthews will be looking to bounce back from last week's 10-yard outing Sunday in Dallas.
Marqise Lee is emerging as the Jacksonville Jaguars' most reliable target and leads all the wideouts with 29 receptions entering Week 8 on Thursday night against the Tennessee Titans.
After not playing much of a role in the first five weeks, Shepard broke out in a big way against the 49ers (five receptions, 77 yards and a touchdown) and could find room to roam on Sunday against the Raiders’ bottom-five secondary.
Kelvin Benjamin has just one touchdown since Week 2 and faces the Cardinals top-10 secondary this weekend that showed the size and strength to hold Mike Evans, Brandon Marshall and Doug Baldwin to 70 yards or fewer each.
Allen Robinson remains the Jacksonville Jaguars' No. 1 wideout in title only as he's fallen behind Marqise Lee in receptions entering Week 8, a Thursday night game against the Tennessee Titans' 19th-ranked receiving defense.
Cordarrelle Patterson has scored in consecutive games while seeing six targets in three straight entering a Monday night contest against a Bears defense that just allowed three different Packers to catch 10 or more passes.
Jordy Nelson is surprisingly struggling in a Packers offense that has thrown at least 42 times in each of the las three weeks, but has a nice rebound opportunity against a Falcons defense that has allowed 15 touchdowns passes and 294 yards per game through the air to date.
Cole Beasley will be looking to top 50 receiving yards for the seventh straight game while all eyes will be on Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant against the Eagles on Sunday.
Jermaine Kearse will be looking to parlay his role as the third option in Seattle's passing game into his first touchdown of the season Sunday against New Orleans' 30th-ranked secondary.
Will Fuller returned from a one-game absence due to a hamstring injury and is getting back to 100 percent heading into a Week 8 game at home, where Fuller has been much more productive than he has been on the road, and against the Detroit Lions, who rank 22nd in yards per game and 28th in touchdowns allowed to wide receivers.
John Brown missed last week's game due to a sickle-cell trait in his leg, but early indications suggest he'll be active Sunday in Carolina.
Michael Thomas is the only receiver on the Saints to record at least four receptions and 40 yards in every game this season, and he'll try to keep his streak alive against a Seahawks' defense that allows the fifth fewest fantasy points to wide receivers.
Amari Cooper fell back to earth last week after racking up 267 receiving yards over his previous two games, and now faces a Buccaneers defense allowing 237.5 passing yards a game, 13th in the league.
Brandin Cooks struggles against big, physical corners, and that's exactly what he’ll be matched-up against on Sunday when they take on the Seahawks’ top-five secondary and Richard Sherman.
Josh Huff scored on a kick return last week, but repeating that feat won't be easy Sunday in Dallas.
Brandon LaFell will be up against Washington on Sunday after posting four touchdowns over the last three games, and he’ll face a defense that’s allowed five touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this year.
Tajae Sharpe (59 yards) had his most productive game since the season opener in Week 7, but suffered a knee injury, making him questionable for Week 8 on Thursday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Robby Anderson racked up 71 yards from scrimmage last weekend and could be emerging as the No. 3 wideout for the New York Jets; he'll have a tasty matchup on Sunday against a Cleveland defense that is 29th in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game.
Kendall Wright fell back to earth in Week 7 following a meteoric Week 6 and is an iffy play for Week 8, a Thursday night matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Chester Rogers had a disappointing Week 7 but could be the second wideout if Phillip Dorsett (hamstring) remains out of action heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs, who rank 31st in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Corey Brown is locked in battle to be the Panthers’ second receiver with Ted Ginn, but it may not matter this Sunday as the Cardinals secondary is in the top-10 in terms of fantasy points to opposing receivers.
Michael Crabtree scored his sixth touchdown in the last six games in Week 7's win over the Jaguars, but now faces a Buccaneers defense allowing 237.5 passing yards a game, 13th in the league.
Chris Conley has seen just six targets over the last two weeks, but does have a favorable matchup Sunday against a Colts defense allowing over 281 passing yards a game, 25th in the league.