Antonio Brown will have a Sunday tilt against the Bills, who have allowed eight touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over their last five games.
Doug Baldwin caught all seven of his targets for 65 yards on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, marking the eighth time in the last nine games he failed to reach 100 yards or score a touchdown, but he will try to reverse that this week against a Green Bay Packers defense that ranks 30th in the NFL against opposing wide receivers.
Odell Beckham caught 10 of 16 targets for 100 yards last Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and this week has a good match-up against a Dallas Cowboys defense that ranks 16th in production allowed to opposing wide receivers but may be without cornerback Morris Claiborne who has been sitting with a sports hernia.
Larry Fitzgerald caught 10 of 11 targets for 78 yards last Sunday in a win over the Washington Redskins, and is tied with Antonio Brown for the league lead with 88 receptions entering this week's game against a Miami Dolphins defense that ranks 17th in the NFL in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
T.Y. Hilton overcame a back injury and is looking healthy heading into an important Week 14 matchup against the Houston Texans.
Mike Evans had season lows in receptions (3) and yards (38) last week, but the best antidote will be playing the Saints in Week 14, who have allowed the second-most net passing yards this season.
Julian Edelman has a staggering 40 targets over the last three games, and that trend of heavy involvement should continue on Monday against a Baltimore Ravens defense that's allowing just 222 passing yards per game in 2016.
Dez Bryant caught four of six targets for 84 yards and a touchdown last Thursday against Xavier Rhodes and the Minnesota Viking, marking four straight games with at least 72 yards and four touchdowns total over that stretch, and Bryant hopes to build on that success this week against a New York Giants defense that ranks tenth in the NFL in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Donte Moncrief is riding a five-game touchdown streak, the first Colt since Reggie Wayne in 2009 to accomplish such a feat, entering Week 14 against the Houston Texans.
Kenny Britt caught two of his six targets for 67 yards and a touchdown last Sunday against the New England Patriots, his second straight game with a touchdown, a streak that he will attempt to extend this Sunday against an Atlanta Falcons defense that ranks 25th in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Jamison Crowder caught three passes for 42 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, giving him seven straight games with at least 88 yards and/or a touchdown, and he will look to continue that streak this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles team that he started his streak against with 52 yards and a touchdown back in Week 6.
Allen Robinson is averaging just 24 yards per game over the past three weeks as the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for the Minnesota Vikings, who rank fourth in receiving defense.
Julio Jones’ 113 yards last week gives him seven 100-yard games since Week 1, but he’ll face a Rams defense in Week 14 that’s allowed the second-fewest yards per reception this season.
Willie Snead caught just two passes—fewer than Coby Fleener, Brandin Cooks, Travaris Cadet, Michael Thomas and Mark Ingram—and hasn’t gone for more than 50 yards since October 30, which doesn’t bode well in Week 14 against a Bucs defense that’s allowed just three 100-yard receivers this season.
Michael Crabtree saw double-digit targets last week for the fourth time in six games, and that volume should allow him to remain productive Thursday against a Chiefs defense allowing 263.0 passing yards a game, 22nd in the league.
DeAndre Hopkins looks to build off a strong Week 13, when he caught his first touchdown in seven games, when the Houston Texans are on the road in Week 14 to play the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 18th in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Jordan Matthews was inactive last Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals due to an ankle injury, but he has returned to practice this week and is trending towards playing on Sunday against a Washington Redskins defense that he hit for three receptions and 75 yards in Week 6.
Brandin Cooks has five games with seven receptions this season, but has still fallen behind Michael Thomas in the passing game pecking order and faces a Bucs secondary in Week 14 that’s allowed no 100-yard receivers since Week 9.
Thielen has 15 catches on 20 targets in his last two games, giving him some appeal despite low yardage upside against a Jaguars second-ranked secondary that allows only 196 yards per game.
Golden Tate is coming off of his second 100-yard game of the season and could continue to see increased volume if Marvin Jones remains sidelined by a thigh injury against a Bears defense that has allowed three opposing receivers to score in the past four weeks.
Brandon LaFell will have a Week 14 matchup against the Browns after he torched them for 83 yards and a touchdown when he faced them earlier this season.
Demaryius Thomas saw double-digit targets last week for the sixth time in the last seven games, and should be heavily involved again Sunday against a Titans defense allowing 270.3 passing yards a game, 26th in the league.
Sammy Watkins was targeted a team-high nine times this past Sunday, though managed just three catches and is still getting over a foot injury; he'll face a mediocre Pittsburgh passing defense in Week 14 that's allowing 256 passing yards per game, which is 19th in the NFL.
Rishard Matthews has emerged as a favorite target of quarterback Marcus Mariota, but the Tennessee Titans' 11th-ranked scoring offense faces a stern Week 14 test against the Denver Broncos, who rank second in receiving defense.
The feel-good story of Freddie Martino could see even more airplay as he’s set for more snaps with Cecil Shorts and potentially Adam Humphries sidelined and faces a Saints secondary in Week 14 that allowed 341 passing yards last week.
Cole Beasley caught only two of four targets for 23 yards, all season lows, last Thursday against a tough Minnesota Vikings defense but hopes to bounce back against a New York Giants defense that he burned for a season-high eight receptions for 65 yards back in Week 1.
Marqise Lee is the brightest spot in a passing game that has sorely regressed this season as the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for a Week 14 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings, who rank second in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Amari Cooper again took a back seat to Michaal Crabtree last week, but could rebound Thursday against a Chiefs defense allowing 263.0 passing yards a game, 22nd in the league.
Sterling Shepard caught four of eight targets for 21 yards and a touchdown last Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a modest total saved by a 1-yard touchdown in the final minute of the game, and he hopes to build upon his performance this week against a Dallas Cowboys defense that he burned for 43 yards and a touchdown in Week 1.
Will Fuller has put up two productive weeks after dealing with knee and hamstring injuries and is in position for a third straight good game in Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 18th in yards allowed per game to wide receivers.
Tyrell Williams scored for the fourth straight game in Week 13, and should be productive again Sunday against a Panthers defense allowing 276.8 passing yards a game, 30th in the league.
Dontrelle Inman scored for the second straight game in Week 13, and now faces a Panthers defense allowing 276.8 passing yards a game, 30th in the league.
Michael Thomas has at least four receptions and 40 or more yards in every game throughout his career (12 games) giving him the kind of floor most receivers can only dream of, but his upside may be limited Sunday against a Bucs defense that’s allowed just three 100-yard receivers this season.
Tyler Boyd will face the Browns on Sunday after posting at least 54 yards in each of his last three games.
Robby Anderson caught the Jets lone touchdown pass versus the Colts, was targeted a team-high 12 times for the game, and will face a San Francisco 49ers defense in Week 14 that's allowed 26 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for 30th in the NFL.
Tyreek Hill could lose targets to a returning Jeremy Maclin, but still figures to be heavily involves in the offense Thursday against a Raiders defense that's allowing 264.8 passing yards per game, 24th in the league.
Malcolm Mitchell has 17 grabs for 222 yards and three touchdowns over his last three games, though will face a stingy Baltimore passing defense in Week 14 that's allowing just 222 passing yards per game in 2016, which is seventh in the NFL.
Pierre Garcon caught seven passes for 78 yards last Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, the third time in the last four games that he has topped 75 yards, and he will look to continue that streak this week against a Philadelphia Eagles defense that he burned for six receptions and 77 yards back in Week 6.
Ted Ginn now has three-consecutive games with touchdowns, even as the Panthers’ passing game has fallen apart in those games with Cam Newton completing less than 50 percent of his passes in each, and he'll try to score for the fourth game in a row Sunday against the Chargers.
DeSean Jackson caught only one of four targets but for 59 yards last Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, his first game without a touchdown since he returned from injury three weeks ago, and he will look to get back in the scoring column next Sunday against a Philadelphia Eagles defense that he caught four passes for 55 yards against back in Week 6.
Tavon Austin was inactive last week with a chest injury and his availability for this week is uncertain, but if he does play he will have a good matchup against an Atlanta Falcons defense that ranks 25th in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Taylor Gabriel has 18 receptions for 321 yards and four touchdowns over his past five games and could be in line for even more work on Sunday against the Rams with Julio Jones banged up.
Tyler Lockett caught five of six targets for 63 yards and added 75 yards and a touchdown on the ground last Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, his season high in yardage and first touchdown of the season, success he hopes to build upon this week against a vulnerable Green Bay Packers defense that ranks 30th in the NFL against opposing wide receivers.
Jordy Nelson has gone for at least 91 yards in five of his last six games, scoring five times, heading into a matchup with the Seahawks ninth-ranked pass defense that allows 231 yards per game, and just 11 touchdown passes in 12 games, the third lowest total.
Terrelle Pryor will take on the Bengals this Sunday after catching just two passes for 18 yards against them in an earlier meeting this season.
Michael Floyd caught only three of eight passes for 18 yards but did score a touchdown last Sunday against the Washington Redskins, his first touchdown since Week 6, and will look to build on that score this week against a Miami Dolphins defense that ranks 17th in the NFL in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Jeremy Kerley caught only one pass for a team-high 18 yards last Sunday in a snowy game in which the San Francisco passing game was nonexistant, but should have a better match-up this week against a New York Jets pass defense that ranks 24th in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Brian Quick caught five of eight targets for 48 yards last week against the New England Patriots, posting his best numbers in six games with Tavon Austin sidelined, and he hopes to build upon that success against an Atlanta Falcons defense that ranks 25th in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Travis Benjamin has seen only six targets over the last two games, but at least gets a soft matchup Sunday against a Panthers defense allowing 276.8 passing yards a game, 30th in the league.
Chris Hogan snagged a touchdown pass last weekend but has been surpassed by rookie Malcolm Mitchell on the depth chart.