Doug Baldwin caught seven of eight targets for a paltry 34 yards on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his first game without either 85+ yards or a touchdown since Week 9, and hopes to bounce back this week against a Carolina Panthers defense that struggles to 26th in the NFL in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Davante Adams has topped 110 yards in three of his last six games, scoring five times, heading into a matchup with a Texans defense that has allowed four opposing receivers to score and two to top 100 yards in the last three games.
Taylor Gabriel has been on fire over the past four games, going for 50-plus yards in each with four touchdowns over that span and could usurp the number two receiver role from Mohamed Sanu in Week 13 against the Chiefs’ bottom-ten fantasy secondary.
Brandon Marshall found the end zone this past weekend for the first time since Week 5, and is a great bet to start a scoring streak in Week 13 against an Indianapolis defense that's allowed 22 passing scores in 2016, which is tied for 27th in the NFL.
Quincy Enunwa tallied the first 100-yard outing of his career this past weekend and should be able to find more success in Week 13 against a Colts defense allowing 279 passing yards per game, which is 30th in the NFL.
Jordy Nelson has scored and topped 90 yards in four of the past five games, and faces a Texans defense that has allowed two 100-yard receivers and four different receivers to score over the last three weeks.
Golden Tate has seen at least seven targets in six of the last seven games entering a matchup a New Orleans' pass defense that allows over 271 yards per game, 27th in the league.
Julian Edelman has received double-digit targets in each of the last two games, has caught eight passes in each of those contests, and with Rob Gronkowski's status up in the air versus the Los Angeles Rams in Week 13, Edelman should be able to find plenty of room against a defense that just allowed 346 passing yards this past weekend.
Odell Beckham caught six of 11 targets for 96 yards and two touchdowns in Week 12, playing through an injured thumb that could still nag him Sunday in a matchup with a PittsburghSteelers defense that is fourth in the NFL in fewest fantasy points allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Mike Evans has already broken the 1,000-yard barrier this season after his second-consecutive 100-yard performance and faces a Chargers secondary in Week 13 that’s allowed the sixth-most receiving yards per game.
Donte Moncrief will look to extend his touchdown streak to five games in Week 13 on Monday night against the New York Jets, who rank 17th in receiving touchdowns allowed.
Malcolm Mitchell has three touchdowns in his last two games and faces a Los Angeles Rams defense on Sunday that just gave up five passing touchdowns this past weekend to the New Orleans Saints.
Julio Jones has four games of 35 or fewer yards (including last week), but six of 100 or more and faces a Chiefs secondary on Sunday that allowed Emmanuel Sanders to go for 162 last week.
T.Y. Hilton was limited to 25 snaps last week due a back injury, but head coach Chuck Pagano feels he'll be ready for Week 13 on Monday night against the New York Jets.
Sammy Watkins still managed 80 receiving yards on a limited snap count last weekend in his return from a foot injury, and should see even more looks on Sunday against a suspect Oakland passing defense allowing 273 passing yards per game, which is 28th in the NFL.
Mohamed Sanu pulled in eight receptions last week, but none went for more than 12 yards, and he could find his niche as Matt Ryan’s check-down option on Sunday against the Chiefs’ bottom-ten secondary.
Steve Smith will be up against the Dolphins in Week 13 to face a unit that’s held all wide receivers, except Tyrell Williams and Marquise Goodwin to fewer than 50 yards over their last five games.
Willie Snead threw a 50-yard touchdown pass and caught five passes of his own and still holds plenty of value in the Saints pass-heavy attack, particularly on Sunday against the Lions, who have allowed the 11th-most receiving yards this season.
Mike Wallace will take on the Dolphins in Week 13 after failing to post 65 yards or a touchdown in any of his last three games.
Amari Cooper is coming off his worst game of the season, and gets another tough matchup Sunday against a Bills defense that's allowed only 13 passing TDs this season, tied for fifth in the league.
Marqise Lee, who has become the second wideout ahead of Allen Hurns, will look to extend his touchdown streak to three games in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos' top-ranked receiving defense.
Marquess Wilson started his normal late-season explosion last Sunday, and gives the Bears their best deep threat entering a matchup with San Francisco's 15th-ranked pass defense.
Kenny Stills hauled in his fifth touchdown pass of the season last weekend and would be in line for increased looks versus the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday if DeVante Parker is sidelined with a back ailment.
Week in and week out, we continue to wait for a breakout week from DeAndre Hopkins, who is averaging just 55.5 yards per game entering Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, who rank 23rd in receiving defense.
Antonio Brown will have a Sunday tilt against the Giants, who have allowed three touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over their last five games.
Kelvin Benjamin caught his first touchdown pass since Week 4 and has reeled off seven-straight games with 50 or more yards; however, he gets to face Richard Sherman and the Seahawks’ top-ten secondary in Week 13.
Emmanuel Sanders is coming off his best game of the season and should be a solid play Sunday despite facing a Jaguars defense giving up only 204.3 passing yards a game, third in the league.
Allen Robinson has fewer targets than Marqise Lee over the past two weeks, a slightly ominous sign entering Week 13 when the Jacksonville Jaguars take on the Denver Broncos.
Michael Crabtree recorded his third 100-yard game of the season in Week 12 despite a nagging ankle injury, but gets a tough matchup Sunday against a Bills defense that's allowed only 13 passing TDs this season, tied for fifth in the league.
Dez Bryant caught five passes for 72 yards last Thursday, giving him 17 receptions for 268 yards and three TDs in his last three games, and he hopes to carry that momentum into this week's matchup against a tough Vikings pass defense that ranks second in least fantasy production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Kenny Britt caught five of 10 targets for 52 yards and a touchdown on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, giving him three straight games with at least five receptions as he heads into a match-up this week against a New England Patriots pass defense that ranks 12th in the NFL in production allowed to opposing wide receivers.
Ted Ginn’s 88-yard touchdown reception helped get the Panthers’ passing attack on track last week, and they’ll need him to step up again on Sunday against the Seahawks’ top-ten fantasy secondary.
Adam Humphries failed to make it five-consecutive games with four or more receptions and 45 or more yards, but faces the Chargers secondary on Sunday that’s allowed the sixth-most receiving yards per game this season.
Chris Hogan caught four passes for 70 yards this past weekend, and should continue to see an uptick in targets should tight end Rob Gronkowski remain sidelined in Week 13 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Will Fuller appears healthy after several weeks of dealing with hamstring and knee injuries heading into Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, who rank 30th in touchdowns allowed to wide receivers.
Michael Thomas pulled in his second 100-yard game of the season last week, and will look to be the first 100-yard receiver against the Lions since Week 7 when he faces them on Sunday.
Anquan Boldin has quietly seen nine targets in consecutive weeks while scoring four times in his last six games heading into a matchup with the Saints' 27th-ranked pass defense.
Larry Fitzgerald caught all four of his targets for 53 yards on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons but doesn't have a touchdown reception since Week 5, a streak that he hopes to break against a Washington Redskins defense that ranks seventh in the NFL in least production allowed to opposing wide receivers according to Pro-football reference.
Tyreek Hill scored a rushing, receiving and return touchdown last week and should again be a big part of the Chiefs' offense Sunday against a Falcons defense giving up 381 yards a game, 27th in the league.
Dontrelle Inman is coming off his second 100-yard game of the season, and now gets to face a Buccaneers defense that's given up 20 passing TDs this season, tied for ninth-worst in the league.
Marvin Jones is coming off his highest yardage total in a month while tying a season-high in targets, and now gets a Saints secondary that is allowing 271 yards per game, the sixth-highest total in the league.
Jamison Crowder caught eight of 10 targets for 88 yards in Week 12, his sixth straight game with at least either 85 yards and/or a touchdown, a streak he will try to continue against a tough Arizona Cardinals secondary that is seventh in the NFL at limiting production by opposing wide receivers this season.
Stefon Diggs is ready to return from a knee injury and will face a 31st-ranked Cowboys pass defense that allows 280 yards per game, and has seen seven opposing receivers score and five top 88 yards in their last seven games.
DeSean Jackson caught four of eight targets for 118 yards and a touchdown in Week 12, his second straight week with a touchdown, but will be playing through a rotator cuff injury this week against a tough Arizona Cardinals secondary that is seventh in the NFL at limiting production by opposing wide receivers this season.
Cordarrelle Patterson will likely return to a secondary role Thursday against the 31st-ranked Cowboys pass defense with Stefon Diggs (knee) set to return from a one-game absence.
Devin Funchess can only be as good as the Panthers’ passing game is and right now, it’s not in good enough shape to give him the types of targets he needs to thrive, particularly on Sunday against the Seahawks top-ten fantasy secondary.
Even when Jameis Winston is firing on all cylinders, the passing game revolves around Mike Evans, which gives Russell Shepard little value, even this Sunday against the Chargers who’ve allowed the sixth-most receiving yards per game this season.
Adam Thielen seems likely to return to a complementary role Thursday against the Cowboys with Stefon Diggs (knee) expected back, though the Cowboys are allowing 280 yards per game through the air, the league's second-highest total.
Travis Benjamin saw only two targets in Week 12 as he returned from a knee injury, but could be a big-play threat Sunday against a Buccaneers defense that's given up 20 passing TDs this season, tied for ninth-worst in the league.
Deonte Thompson scored his first career receiving touchdown last week, and is on the same page with backup-turned-starting quarterback Matt Barkley entering Sunday's game against a 49ers defense that has allowed four receivers to score over the last two weeks.