1. Davante Adams GB vs PIT 
2. Stefon Diggs BUF vs HOU 
3. Tyreek Hill KC @ PHI 
4. Cooper Kupp LAR vs ARI 
5. Justin Jefferson MIN vs CLE
6. Robert Woods LAR vs ARI
7. Keenan Allen LAC vs LV
8. DK Metcalf SEA @ SF
9. Mike Williams LAC vs LV
10. CeeDee Lamb DAL vs CAR
11. Tyler Lockett SEA @ SF
12. Amari Cooper DAL vs CAR
13. DJ Moore CAR @ DAL
14. Dionte Johnson PIT @ GB
15. Terry McLaurin WAS @ ATL
16. Adam Thielen MIN vs CLE
17. Calvin Ridley ATL vs WAS
18. DeAndre Hopkins ARI @ LAR
19. Odell Beckham, Jr. CLE @ MIN
20. Chris Godwin TB @ NE
21. Mike Evans TB @ NE
22. Allen Robinson CHI vs DET
23. Julio Jones TEN @ NYJ
24. Deebo Samuel SF vs SEA
25. Rondale Moore ARI @ LAR
26. Jakobi Meyers NE vs TB
27. Michael Pittman IND @ MIA
28. DeVonta Smith PHI vs KC
29. Jaylen Waddle MIA vs IND
30. Brandin Cooks HOU @ BUF
31. Corey Davis NYJ vs TEN
32. Courtland Sutton DEN vs BAL
33. Jalen Reagor PHI vs KC
34. Cole Beasley BUF vs HOU
35. Kenny Golladay NYG @ NO


Davante Adams is once again our top WR. But why this week? Because Pittsburgh is going to play a soft cover defense and allow catches to be made in front of them. This will allow Aaron Rodgers to move Adams around and get exactly what they want all game long.  

Stefon Diggs is averaging 140 air yards a week and has one lonely TD to show for it. The Bills throw even when winning, so this game against Houston is a prime place to drop a pair of TDs and cash in on that production gap. 

Jon Gruden is going to provoke some offense, and the Raiders/Chargers tilt is expected to be a good offensive game, with the game total at a healthy 52 as of this writing. The home Chargers are only a three-point favorite, meaning the game is expected to be close, which might mean a shootout. For the wide receivers, this means Chargers WRs Keenan Allen and Mike Williams should excel. Williams played strong once again in Week 3, showing that his transition to the “Michael Thomas” role in this Saints-inspired offense is no fluke. 

DeAndre Hopkins may be as low as I can remember ranking him, while healthy, and that is because he draws the Jalen Ramsey coverage this week. Look for Rondale Moore (#25) and AJ Green, as well as RB Chase Edmonds to soak up some of the attention that Hopkins is less likely to get this week. 

Injuries are playing havoc with the rankings, as the Steelers (Smith-Schuster/Claypool), Titans (AJ Brown, Julio Jones), and Giants (Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton) all have injuries that might have changed some things here. Keep an eye on the injury report and if one of these happens to play, understand the impact that would have on their currently elevated teammates. 

The Bucs have thrown a ton this year already but will face a Patriots defense that wants you to run the ball, meaning a potentially slower game for Curtis Godwin and Mike Evans. Additionally, it looks like target magnet Antonio Brown is returning this week. 


Jason Walker