Doug Baldwin's heated up with 389 yards and three touchdowns over the past five weeks, and should find further success Sunday in San Francisco against a defense that's surrendering 26.0 points per game.
Julio Jones is in line for another big game—touchdown or otherwise—when he faces off in Week 12 against the Bucs’ second-worst secondary, allowing 276 passing yards per game.
Jarvis Landry has scored in six of the last seven games and will face a New England Patriots defense that's allowed 17 passing scores in 2017, which is 25th in the NFL.
A.J. Green has touchdowns in back-to-back games, as he faces a Cleveland Browns defense this week who rank dead-last in DVOA allowed to opposing number-one receivers.
Antonio Brown is coming off a 10-catch, 144-yard and three touchdown game last Thursday, as he faces a Green Bay Packers defense this week who allow the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing receivers.
T.Y. Hilton has had a feast-or-famine season and has a tasty matchup Week 12 against the Tennessee Titans, who have surrendered 15 touchdowns to wide receivers (31st).
Mohamed Sanu snagged a highlight reel touchdown grab against the Seahawks and could find more room in Week 12 against the Bucs’ second-worst secondary, allowing 276 passing yards per game.
Rishard Matthews enters Week 12 on a bit of a streak (113 yards in Week 11, two TDs in last three games) and could build on that against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 30th in yards allowed to wide receivers (186.1 YPG).
DeAndre Hopkins has thrived against all opponents and should produce similarly Week 12 against the Baltimore Ravens, who rank fourth in yards allowed to wide receivers (119.4 YPG).
Devin Funchess caught a pair of touchdowns in the Panthers’ last game heading into the bye and faces a Jets secondary in Week 12 that’s allowed 20 passing touchdowns in 10 games this season.
Jamison Crowder will have an excellent Thursday matchup against the Giants, who have allowed six touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over their last four games.
Brandin Cooks is coming off his best game as a member of the Patriots, is averaging more than nine targets over the last three contests and will face a reeling Miami Dolphins defense allowing 220 passing yards per tilt, which is 15th in the NFL.
Adam Thielen has 96 yards or more in four of his last five games while scoring in three straight, but faces a Lions pass defense on Thursday that hasn't allowed a receiver to top 58 yards in three straight while holding him to to 59 yards in Week 4.
Kenny Stills exploded for 180 yards and a touchdown this past weekend and has always had a superb rapport wth backup Matt Moore, who appears likely to start Sunday against a New England Patriots defense that's allowed 17 passing scores in 2017, which is 25th in the NFL.
Mike Wallace has touchdowns in back-to-back games, as he faces a Houston Texans defense this week who allow the third-most fantasy points to opposing receivers.
Sterling Shepard will have a Thursday meeting against the Redskins, as he’ll hope to return to the lineup after missing last week’s game due to migraines.
Jay Jones was the leading receiver this past weekend for the Buffalo Bills, and with the injury to Kelvin Benjamin should get even more looks against a Kansas City Chiefs defense allowing 259 passing yards per game, which is 28th in the NFL.
Corey Davis has had a few rookie learning moments over the past two games, but remains a high-volume target entering Week 12 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 30th in yards allowed to wide receivers (186.1 YPG).
Josh Doctson will face the Giants on Thursday after having been targeted a season-high seven times in each of his last two contests.
DeVante Parker saw nine targets this past Sunday, and the Miami Dolphins will almost certainly be playing from behind against the New England Patriots this weekend, allowing for plenty of looks through the air even if Matt Moore starts under center.
Michael Thomas didn’t catch seven passes for the seventh time in eight games (he "only" caught six) and faces a tough challenge this week against the Rams’ top-ten passing defense.
Smith-Schuster faces a Green Bay Packers defense this week who allow the sixth-most fantasy points to opposing receivers.
Alshon Jeffery will have a Week 12 matchup against his former team, the Chicago Bears, who have allowed just two touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over their last five games.
Cooper Kupp will have a nice PPR role Sunday against the Saints after catching six balls apiece in consecutive weeks.
Marvin Jones has at least 85 yards in four of his last five games, scoring four times, but faces a Vikings defense on Thursday that has allowed only six opposing receivers to score and four to top 75 yards against them.
Robby Anderson has scored four-straight games and will face a Carolina Panthers defense that's allowed 14 throwing scores in 2017, which is tied for 15th in the NFL.
Danny Amendola had a season-high nine targets Sunday and will remain a favorite target of quarterback Tom Brady as long as Chris Hogan remains sidelined.
Paul Richardson's nose for the end zone makes him the clear-cut third option in Seattle's passing game ahead of Tyler Lockett heading into Sunday's match with a 49ers defense that's allowing 26.0 points per game.
Davante Adams has clear rapport with Brett Hundley, and while expectations can be tempered Sunday against a Steelers pass defense that allows only 190 yards per game, Pittsburgh has allowed a 100-yard receiver in three straight.
Jeremy Maclin has yet to achieve 10 targets or 100 receiving yards in any game this season, but faces a Houston Texans defense this week that are allowing the second-most fantasy points to opposing receivers.
Dez Bryant will have a Week 12 matchup against the Chargers, who have not allowed an opposing wide receiver to post more than 70 yards against them over their last five games.
Marqise Lee has dealt with drops and poor production early in the season, but is on a nice five-game run entering Week 12 against the Arizona Cardinals, who have allowed 11 touchdowns (26th) to wide receivers in 2017.
Donte Moncrief averages just two catches per game and needs to do a better job of getting open if he's going to be a factor Week 12 agianst the Tennessee Titans, who rank 19th in yards allowed to wide receivers (151.7 YPG).
Chester Rogers made a splash (six targets, 60-yard TD) when he filled in for the injured Kamar Aiken (hamstring) in Week 10 and could be in line for a similar workload Week 12 against the Tennessee Titans.
Cole Beasley has a Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers, but since he’s averaging fewer than three receptions per game, he’ll be a risky fantasy option.
With Will Fuller (ribs) uncertain, Bruce Ellington is prepared to be a starting wideout Week 12 against the Baltimore Ravens, who rank fourth in yards allowed per game to wide receivers (119.4 YPG).
Ryan Grant has caught at least three passes in four of his last five games, and he’s beginning to emerge as a reliable fantasy option, and he’ll have an excellent matchup against a struggling Giants defense on Thursday.
Sammy Watkins has caught just 11 balls in his past seven appearances, so he'll need to pull off some big plays to justify fantasy consideration Sunday against the Saints.
With Mike Evans back in the lineup, Chris Godwin still found a way to make an impact (two receptions, 38 yards) including one key reception, but the Bucs’ offense could struggle in Week 12 against the Falcons’ top-six pass defense.
DeSean Jackson has six-plus targets in eight-of-10 games this season, but his three targets with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center and his primary utility as a deep threat will make him risky in Week 12 against the Rams top-10 defense.
Brandon Coleman saw just two targets in a game that Drew Brees threw 41 passes and has become a fantasy option with significant downside, making him a risky fantasy option in Week 12 against the Rams.
Larry Fitzgerald has proven capable of succeeding in all situations, but Jacksonville's league-best pass defense won't make life easy for the star wide receiver Sunday.
Marquise Goodwin's big-play potential is unlikely to materialize into tangible results Sunday against the Seahawks.
Nelson Agholor has caught six passes for 52 yards over his last three games, and is a risky fantasy option on Sunday against the Bears.
Roger Lewis has a Thursday matchup against the Redskins, as he begins to emerge as a fantasy option after averaging 44 yards while scoring a touchdown over his last two games.
Terrance Williams will have a Thursday tilt against the Chargers, but since he’s been held to two or fewer catches four times since Week 4, he has significant downside.
Tyler Lockett doesn't have a touchdown this season and has been held below 40 yards in seven of 10 games, so expectations should be tempered Sunday in San Francisco.
Ted Ginn Jr. caught all six targets for 87 yards, but both faces a tough matchup in Week 12 against the Rams’ top-ten secondary and is at the whims of Drew Brees’ thought process as any Saints receiver is liable to score double-digit or no points on any given week.
Mike Evans had a couple of key drops, but still led the team in receiving by a wide margin and could struggle in Week 12 against the Falcons’ top-six pass defense.
Stefon Diggs has 32 yards or less in three of his last four games entering a Thursday tilt at Detroit, a defense that hasn't allowed a receiver to top 58 yards against them in three weeks but surrendered 98 yards to Diggs back on October 1.