Sterling Shepard will face the Chiefs in Week 11, and he’ll be an elite fantasy option against a defense that’s allowed the most fantasy points to wide receivers.
Alshon Jeffery will take on the Cowboys this Sunday in a strong matchup against the secondary that’s allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to opposing wide receivers.
Antonio Brown should bounce back from only his second game this season with fewer than double-digit targets Thursday as the Pittsburgh Steelers face a mediocre Tennessee Titans pass defense (19th).
Dez Bryant will take on the Eagles in Week 11, as he’ll look to attack a secondary that’s allowed at least 80 yards to an opposing wide receiver in each of their last three games.
DeAndre Hopkins has been targeted on 38 percent of quarterback Tom Savage's throws the last two weeks and should remain the top target Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals, who rank 26th in yards allowed to wideouts (169.6 ypg).
Robert Woods has emerged as the clear No.1 wide receiver for the Rams with 241 yards and four touchdowns in his past two games, so don't be afraid to use him Sunday against a tough Vikings secondary.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, who has scored in three consecutive games and had 290 yards in his last two games on 17 targets, should continue his rookie breakout Thursday against a mediocre Tennessee Titans pass defense (19th).
Larry Fitzgerald hasn't scored since Week 6, but his consistent yardage regardless of who starts at quarterback makes the star receiver a high-floor option Sunday against a Texans team that's allowing 253.8 passing yards and 26.8 points per game.
Jarvis Landry has found the end zone in five of the last six games and will face a Tampa Bay Buccaneers squad that's allowed 15 passing scores in 2017, which is tied for 18th in the NFL.
Michael Crabtree has yet to top 83 yards in a game this year, but he could get a chance to establish a new season high Sunday at home against a Patriots defense allowing a league-worst 299.4 passing yards a game.
Michael Thomas continues to put up strong numbers, even as the Saints’ offense has shifted toward a more run-heavy attack and faces a Redskins defense in Week 11 that’s allowed more than 250 receiving yards per game, putting them in the bottom-dozen.
Sammy Watkins has scored long touchdowns in consecutive weeks and his penchant for big plays makes the speedster worth a look for upside-hunting owners Sunday in Minnesota.
Doug Baldwin has topped 90 receiving yards in three of his past four games and should be productive once again Monday against cornerback Desmond Trufant and the Falcons.
Dontrelle Inman paid instant dividends in his first game with the Bears and is worth a flier Sunday against the Lions' 25th ranked pass defense as the Bears are taking the gloves off rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky when playing from behind.
Coming off his one-game ban, look for Mike Evans to instantly become Ryan Fitzpatrick’s favorite target as he could exceed his season average of nine-plus targets per game in Week 11 against the Dolphins middle-of-the-pack secondary (15th most passing yards per game).
Julio Jones still has a single touchdown on the season, but is the target-leader nearly every week, which gives him a relatively high floor in Week 11 against a Richard Sherman-less Seahawks secondary.
Davante Adams has 18 targets over the past two weeks and has caught both of quarterback Brett Hundley's touchdown passes this season, giving him the most appeal of any receiver in this limited passing attack Sunday against a third ranked Ravens defense that allows 185 yards per game.
An uptick in passing has fueled a nice four-game run for Marqise Lee as the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for Week 11 against the Cleveland Browns, who rank eighth in yards allowed to wide receivers.
A.J. Green is coming off his best game of the season and faces a Denver Broncos defense Sunday that has given up seven passing touchdowns in its last two games.
Adam Thielen is third in the league in receiving yards and has scored in consecutive weeks entering Sunday's matchup against a ninth ranked Rams pass defense that allows only 204 yards per game.
Jamison Crowder will have a Sunday tilt against the Saints, and he could find himself as Washington’s top receiver, as he’s averaged 10 targets over his last two games.
Ted Ginn Jr. caught his only target (for three yards) and in the Saints’ spread-the-wealth offense, any given receiver has an incredibly low floor to go along with a high ceiling, which makes him a risky play in Week 11 against the Redskins, despite their poor performance last weekend against the Vikings.
Marvin Jones managed only one catch in Week 10 and could continue seeing fewer targets with Kenny Golladay healthy, showing how volatile his weekly production can be in advance of Sunday's matchup against the Bears' 10th ranked pass defense.
Rishard Matthews has closely replicated his breakout season of 2016, but has just two touchdowns through nine games as he enters Week 11, a Thursday night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who rank second in overall touchdowns allowed and third in passing touchdowns allowed.
Terrance Williams will take on the Eagles this Sunday, but he’ll be a risky fantasy option after seeing fewer than four targets in the majority of his last five games.
Keenan Allen hasn't topped 100 yards since Week 4 or scored since Week 1, and he's unlikely to end that those droughts Sunday at home against a Bills defense that's given up only four TDs to wide receivers, the second-lowest total in the league.
Corey Davis' workload increased in his second game back from a hamstring injury, and has become a leading target for quarterback Marcus Mariota heading into a Thursday game in Week 11 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who rank 19th in yards per receptions to wide receivers.
Stefon Diggs enjoyed a rebound game last Sunday, but faces a Rams defense Sunday that has allowed only five opposing receivers to top 70 yards against them to date.
Nelson Agholor will take on the Cowboys in Week 11, and he’ll be a touchdown-dependent fantasy option as he’s averaged just four targets over his last eight games.
Brandin Cooks led the New England Patriots in targets on Sunday Night Football, and will face an Oakland Raiders defense allowing 245 passing yards per game, which is 22nd in the NFL.
DeVante Parker had nine targets on Monday Night Football and will face a Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense Sunday allowing 266 passing yards per game, which is 29th in the NFL.
Demaryius Thomas has scored in consecutive weeks after failing to find pay dirt over the first seven games of the season, but he could have trouble staying productive in Sunday's home matchup against a Bengals defense allowing 214.7 receiving yards a game, fifth in the league.
Amari Cooper has caught just nine of 19 targets over his last two games, making him a volatile option Sunday at home against a Patriots defense allowing a league-worst 299.4 passing yards a game.
Martavis Bryant has taken a backseat in recent weeks to JuJu Smith-Schuster, but he'll still have deep-threat potential Thursday against a mediocre Tennessee Titans pass defense (19th).
Bruce Ellington should emerge with a larger role and more targets as Will Fuller (ribs) is expected to sit out Week 11 against the Arizona Cardinals, who rank 26th in yards allowed to wide receivers (169.6 ypg).
Tyreek Hill's big-play ability has kept him productive despite not seeing more than eight targets or nine touches in a game this season, and in Sunday's road tilt he should be able to exploit a reeling Giants defense that's giving up 275.9 receiving yards a game, 29th in the league.
DeSean Jackson saw season-highs in targets (10) and receptions (6) with Mike Evans out last week, but has still seen six-plus targets in all but one game this season even with him in the fold, making him a solid play in Week 11 against the Dolphins middle-of-the-pack secondary (15th in passing yards allowed per game).
Brandon Coleman reeled in just one of four targets on Sunday, but has the ability to break out in Week 11 against a Redskins secondary that was torn apart by Case Keenum and the Vikings.
Emmanuel Sanders proved he was healthy by putting together his best performance of the season in last week's loss to the Patriots, but he could struggle to post big numbers in Sunday's home matchup against a Bengals defense allowing 214.7 receiving yards a game, fifth in the league.
Brandon LaFell is coming off a season-high 10 targets and faces a Denver Broncos defense Sunday that allowed seven passing touchdowns in its last two games.
Golden Tate has at least 86 yards in four straight games but faces a Bears defense Sunday that has held all but three opposing wide receivers to 75 yards or less.
Jeremy Maclin hauled in a season-high 98 yards in Week 9 prior to the Ravens' bye, but he remains a volatile play in a low-volume passing game heading into Sunday's road matchup against a Packers defense that's allowed the sixth most receiving yards in the league to opposition wide receivers.
Kendall Wright has eight targets in each of his last two games, but managed only seven catches for 69 yards in that stretch entering Sunday's matchup against a Lions defense that has allowed only three opposing receivers to top 70 yards against them to date.
Cole Beasley will be up against the Eagles in Week 11, and he’ll be a touchdown-dependent fantasy option as he averages fewer than five targets per game.
Keelan Cole (eight catches, 172 yards) has increased his production the last three weeks and should benefit if Allen Hurns (ankle, doubtful) is unable to play Week 11 against the Cleveland Browns' 17th-ranked pass defense (230.6 ypg).
Mike Wallace scored his second touchdown of the season in Week 9 prior to the Ravens' bye, and his inconsistent target volume makes him a risky play heading into Sunday's road matchup against a Packers defense that's allowed the sixth most receiving yards in the league to opposition wide receivers.
Taylor Gabriel’s big-play threat came in handy once again as he led the team in receiving with 58 yards, despite just three targets and may be the key in Week 11 to opening up the top of a Richard Sherman-less Seahawks secondary that’s allowing 237 receiving yards per game.
Kenny Stills led the Miami Dolphins in receiving on Monday Night Football, and will clash with a Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense Sunday that's allowing 266 passing yards per game, which is 29th in the NFL.
Mohamed Sanu saw five targets on Sunday (third-most on the team), but in the Falcons’ balanced offense, his upside remains fairly limited in the absence of a touchdown, particularly in Week 11 against the Seahawks who are allowing just 237 receiving yards per game.
Danny Amendola was fourth on the New England Patriots in receiving on Sunday Night Football and will face an Oakland Raiders defense allowing 245 passing yards per game, which is 22nd in the NFL.