Calvin Johnson (DET)--Fortunately for the Packers, Megatron did not suit up last time these two teams met, but this time around they won't be so lucky. Having allowed six touchdowns to opposing wide receivers over their last four games, the Packers will likely have a very difficult time containing Johnson, resulting in a huge day for the league's best wide receiver.
Dez Bryant (DAL)--Unless you are in a PPR format, Bryant owners can't be happy with the single-digit fantasy production he has provided over the last three weeks. This week on the other hand should be a different story. The Raiders have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers this season, so there is plenty of room for optimism.
Antonio Brown (PIT)--It was thought that Brown would have a terrible game last week against one of the best corner backs in the league, but he proved he is a matchup-proof option in all formats, finishing with six catches for 92 yards and a touchdown. Now with four touchdowns over his last four games Brown has been a major reason for the Steelers quick turn around. The matchup today isn't the best either, but considering how well he has been playing, he is a must-start.
Jordy Nelson (GB)--To say the Lions have been terrible about opposing wide receivers this season would be an understatement. Since Week 7, the Lions have allowed 12 touchdowns to wideouts, totaling over 30 fantasy points allowed per game in that time frame. Matt Flynn is under center for today's game, so Nelson will be downgraded slightly, but still a great option against in this great matchup.
Torrey Smith (BAL)--Due to the inconsistency of Joe Flacco, Smith's fantasy value has taken a hit, and at the worst time. However, considering the fact that the Ravens can't establish a running game, they will have to take to the air if they want a chance to win this game. So Smith should get enough targets to make him a viable fantasy option today.
Jarrett Boykin (GB)--No Aaron Rodgers, no problem. Over the last three weeks Boykin has finished with five or more receptions in each contest, including eight catches against the Eagles in Week 10. Today the Packers passing game has the best matchup and I expect Boykin to make the best of his added opportunities.
James Jones (GB)--With the emergence of Jarrett Boykin, Jones' production has taken somewhat of a hit this season, but matchups like today's don't come around every day. If you own any of the three Packers wideouts, they should be started in all formats.
Nate Burleson (DET)--In his first game back with Week 3, Burleson picked right up where he left off, hauling in seven catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. Last week's performance marked the fourth straight game in which he had sox or more catches. As long as he is healthy he is a viable fantasy option opposite Calvin Johnson.
Rod Streater (OAK)--The Raiders will be without Denarius Moore for today's game, leaving Streater the top option in the team's passing game. Since Matt McGloin has taken over the quarterback job, Streater has been targeted heavily in the Raiders passing game and that will likely happen again today against a below-average Cowboys secondary.
Emmanuel Sanders (PIT)--Sanders is coming off of a good game against the Browns in Week 12, in which he totaled six catches for 52 yards and a touchdown. However, having scored only nine fantasy points over his previous three games in standard leagues makes it hard to trust him at the most crucial time of the year.
Miles Austin (DAL)--After missing most of the season with another hamstring injury, Austin returned in Week 12, but was a non-factor in the Cowboys passing game, finishing with one catch for 17 yards on three targets. Unless there is an injury to either Terrance Williams or Dez Bryant, he is not a viable fantasy option.
Terrance Williams (DAL)--Despite scoring touchdowns in five of his last seven games, Williams have been a non-factor in the Cowboys passing game, totaling only six receptions over his last four contests. He is still ahead of Miles Austin on the depth chart, but that isn't saying much.