Jacob Tamme pulled in another five receptions last week and looks to be one of Matt Ryan’s favorite targets early on, which could pay dividends Monday as he faces a Giants' defense that has already allowed three different receivers to go for 85 or more yards in 2016.
Nelson Agholor took a slight step back last week after scoring in the season opener, but he makes for an enticing option Sunday against Pittsburgh's 31st-ranked secondary.
Cairo Santos has been perfect so far, and should see plenty of opportunities Sunday against a Jets defense allowing a surprising 27 points per game.
Mason Crosby should see additional opportunities in Week 3 against a injury-plagued Lions defense in a game that should feature plenty of scoring.
Josh Lambo has already kicked eight extra points so far in 2016, giving him a solid floor of value heading into Sunday's juicy road matchup against a Colts defense allowing a league-worst 36.5 points per game.
Joe Flacco will be on the road this Sunday to face the Jaguars, a team he threw for 316 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions against in their 2015 meeting.
Caleb Sturgis has made five of six kicks through two games, and should get plenty more chances in what promises to be a high-scoring game against the Steelers.
Carson Wentz will be throwing early and often against Pittsburgh's 31st-ranked pass defense in an attempt to keep up with the opposition's high-powered offense.
Victor Cruz looks to be fully back after two strong outings to open the season, making him a dangerous option Sunday against a Redskins team likely to focus on limiting teammate Odell Beckham.
Adam Vinatieri has been successful on 29 consecutive field goal attempts entering the Colts' Week 3 home game against the San Diego Chargers, who rank 19th in scoring defense.
Dustin Hopkins' Redskins moved the ball effectively in Weeks 1 and 2, which bodes well for Sunday's matchup with a Giants team that has allowed 16.0 points per game.
Shane Vereen led the Giants with 14 carries in Week 2, and that level of volume coupled with his ability to contribute as a receiver makes the former Patriot an enticing play Sunday against a Washington team giving up 408.5 yards per game.
Tyrell Williams will need to start catching more than half his targets if he wants to take full advantage of Keenan Allen's absence, but has a great matchup Sunday on the road against an injury-ravaged Colts' secondary.
Jerick McKinnon is in line to start in Week 3 in the likely absence of Adrian Peterson, but would surrender goal line work to Matt Asiata while facing a Panthers defense that is allowing just 3.9 yards per carry.
Kenny Britt should be able to build on his team-leading 161 receiving yards against a Buccaneers defense that's allowing 318.5 passing yards per game, but the veteran isn't much of a threat in the red zone.
Cole Beasley is worth a look against a struggling Bears team in Week 3 after catching 13 passes for 140 yards over the first two weeks.
Davante Adams has three catches on seven targets in both games to date, and faces a Lions secondary that has allowed 296 yards passing per game and six receiving touchdowns.
Marcus Mariota is still getting used to new offensive weapons as the Titans prepare for a Week 3 home game against the Oakland Raiders, who rank last in passing defense (404.0 ypg).
Matt Bryant hasn’t had to convert a kick from beyond 34 yards this season, but is five-for-five on his field goal attempts and gets to play inside the kicking haven that is the Superdome on Monday night against the Saints.
Last week's complete team breakdown left Jason Myers with little to do (two extra points), but if the Jaguars' offense is performing to it's potential Week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens, Myers may get more opportunities.
Alfred Morris has been granted an increased opportunity thanks to Ezekiel Elliott's fumbling issue, but he's still playing second fiddle heading into Sunday's matchup with a generous Bears run defense.
Rishard Matthews, Tennessee's most significant offseason acquisition at wideout, has just seven catches for 66 yards entering Week 3 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank last in passing and receiving defense.
Greg Zuerlein nailed three field goals last week, and will likely be called upon from distance again Sunday in Tampa Bay as it's still unclear if the Rams are capable of scoring a touchdown.
Ryan Tannehill faces a Cleveland Browns passing defense in Week 3 that has allowed 286 yards per game through the air.
Kyle Rudolph has eight targets in consecutive games while scoring once, and faces a Panthers defense Sunday that allowed a 75-yard touchdown catch to a tight end last week.
Jesse James will face the Eagles on the road Sunday after seeing 12 pass targets over his first two games of 2016.
Kendricks is usually an afterthought in the awful Rams offense, but he could have some value Sunday against a Buccaneers defense that has yielded 318.5 passing yards per game.
Dennis Pitta will be on the road on Sunday to take on the Jaguars after catching 12 of 16 pass targets for 141 yards over his first two contests of 2016.
Andrew Franks could be a sneaky play on Sunday against a Cleveland Browns defense allowing 27 points per game thus far in 2016.
Larry Donnell is an afterthought behind New York's top three wide receivers, making him a risky play Sunday against the Redskins.
Adam Humphries was second on the team in receiving yards for the second straight week and will look to continue his production Sunday against the Rams.
Trey Burton scored a touchdown filling in for Zach Ertz (ribs) in Week 2, and is well worth a look if Ertz is unable to suit up Sunday against a Steelers defense that's allowing 347.5 passing yards per game.
Quincy Enunwa left last week's game with a rib injury, but if healthy, could have a big opportunity if Brandon Marshall is sidelined with a knee injury on Sunday against a mediocre Kansas City Chiefs defense.
Tajae Sharpe's production dropped off from Week 1 to Week 2, and he averages just 9.9 ypc, but he remains Tennessee's No. 1 wideout and will get plenty of attention Week 3 against the Oakland Raiders, who rank last in yards allowed to wide receivers (296.5 ypg).
Jamison Crowder scored Washington's first receiving touchdown of the season in Week 2, which makes him an enticing option in a high-volume passing offense Sunday against a Giants team that ranked dead-last against the pass in 2015.
Josh Doctson's involvement in the offense is on the rise heading into Sunday's matchup with a Giants secondary that allowed 298.9 yards per game last season.
Steve Smith will be on the road in Week 3 to face the Jaguars, a defense he posted five receptions for 37 yards against when he met them in 2014.
Christine Michael has vastly outplayed teammate Thomas Rawls through two weeks, making him the slightly more appealing option Sunday against a 49ers defense that's allowing 120.5 rushing yards per game.
Roberto Aguayo will need to bounce back from missing his only field goal attempt (a 45-yarder) last week in a tough matchup Sunday against the Rams, who held the Seahawks to just three points in Week 2.
Marcus Wheaton (shoulder) will see if he’s healthy enough Sunday to face a shaky Eagles secondary that gave up four receptions for 137 yards to Terrelle Pryor and Corey Coleman in Week 1.
Jay Ajayi would be in line for an expanded workload against a Cleveland defense allowing 106.5 yards per game in a Sunday matchup if Arian Foster is sidelined with a groin injury
Ryan Fitzpatrick exorcised his demons against Rex Ryan and on Sunday will face a Kansas City Chiefs defense allowing 243.5 yards per game through the air, which is 15th in the NFL.
Darren Sproles' pass-catching ability makes him a fine play Sunday against a Steelers team that ranks second against the run.
Chris Johnson led the Cardinals in carries in a Week 2 blowout win, and could see another solid chunk of work Sunday against a Bills team that gave up three rushing scores last week.
Eli Rogers will take on the Eagles Sunday on the road, as he’ll try to take advantage of a secondary that gave up a number of big passing plays to the Browns in Week 1.
Wil Lutz had a kick blocked and was far from convincing on his two makes, but should be aided by what could be a high-scoring affair Monday against the Falcons in the friendly kicking confines of the Superdome.
Cody Kessler will make his professional debut on Sunday at Miami to face a defense that gave up three touchdown passes to Jimmy Garropolo last week.
Jalin Marshall had a costly fumble last week, but also snagged three passes for 45 yards, and would play a bigger role in the New York Jets offense if Brandon Marshall, Quincy Enunwa, or both are sidelined due to injury this weekend against the Chiefs.
Dak Prescott will likely take a back seat to the running game against a stingy Bears secondary that has held opponents to 197.5 passing yards per game.
Jordan Howard had 31 yards on five touches in Week 2, and could be in line for a major leap in usage against the Cowboys with Ka'Deem Carey possibly sidelined by a hamstring injury and Jeremy Langford struggling to produce.