Things have gotten messy with receivers around the NFL, and Week 6 was not a good one on the whole. Randall Cobb went down with a knee injury, Julio Jones was ruled out for the season earlier in the week and Dez Bryant was a huge disappointment against a soft Redskins secondary.
Denarius Moore (owned in 74 percent of leagues)
He's been heating up and had a pretty score on Sunday on a slant route. The improvements of Terrelle Pryor directly impact Moore's value and he's clearly become the go-to receiver in the Oakland offense. Moore can also stretch the field, so he's a high-ceiling player for every week. He's had five catches for at least 80 yards and a TD in each of his last two games.
Rueben Randle (owned in 51 percent of leagues)
The talk of Hakeem Nicks being traded has picked up a little and it's not likely just a rumor. It does make some sense, since Randle has looked terrific since the summer and has been Eli Manning's favorite downfield receiver. He's caught 20 of 43 targets for 333 yards and three scores. The low completion percentage isn't too bad considering RR's 16.7 yards-per-catch average. He's basically a must-own player.
Kendall Wright (owned in 14 percent of leagues)
He's caught at least five balls in every week since Week 2 and caught five for 68 yards on Sunday against the Seahawks. Wright was targeted a team-high eight times and the Titans have been using him all over the field. He used to be more of a guy who ran intermediate routes, so the deep balls make him a much more intriguing player. He's not going to be worth starting against the Niners, and Tennessee has a bye in Week 8, but it gets pretty nice with the Rams, Jaguars, Raiders and Colts twice from Weeks 9-13.
Terrance Williams (owned in 43 percent of leagues)
As mentioned earlier, Dez Bryant was held in check for just five catches and 36 yards. Miles Austin was also a no-show, failing to catch any of his four targets. Clearly, his hamstring injury is not healed all the way. Williams caught two balls for 27 yards, including a pretty 15-yard touchdown. It's the second week he's been productive and is on the radar as a pickup for his high upside.
Jarrett Boykin (owned in 0 percent of leagues)
He's going to step in and play the slot with Randall Cobb down. Obviously, this is a major downgrade and Boykin didn't make much of a case for Aaron Rodgers to look his way on Sunday. He was targeted six times and caught just one ball. He hasn't really been able to get open, so this is a Hail Mary pickup.