Allen Robinson-Jacksonville Jaguars: Robinson had a huge game as he continues to be one of the breakout WR of the season. Robinson caught ten passes for 153 yards and three touchdowns as the Jags lost to Tennessee.
Antonio Brown-Pittsburgh Steelers: Brown visited the end zone three times as well with two receiving touchdowns and a punt return for a score. Brown caught eight of the 11 passes thrown his way and finished with a solid 118 receiving yards.
Odell Beckham Jr.-New York Giants: Beckham hauled in another long touchdown in the Giants loss finishing with 149 yards and a touchdown on his six catches.
Brandon Marshall-New York Jets: Marshall had twice as many catches as Beckham hauling in 12 passes for 131 yards and a touchdown as the Jets stormed back and got the win in overtime.
Jeremy Maclin-Kansas City Chiefs: Maclin found the end zone twice against the Raiders finishing with 95 yards on nine catches. Maclin lost a fumble, but had a big enough game that he still produced good numbers in most formats.
A.J. Green-Cincinatti Bengals: Green hauled in five of his six targets finishing with 128 yards and a touchdown. The Bengals crushed the Browns, but Green still had good numbers before things got one-sided.
Sammy Watkins-Buffalo Bills: Watkins only caught three passes on Sunday against the Texans but finished with 109 yards and a touchdown. His lack of targets and catches is concerning for his value going forward, but he continues to find the end zone and be a solid flex option or low-end WR2.
Brandin Cooks-New Orleans Saints: Cooks had a big game even against the Panthers secondary finishing with six catches for 104 yards and a touchdown.
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