Week 3: Start 'Em
The jury is still out on the Chansi Stuckey experiment. He has been the most targeted receiver each week this season for the Jets. He hasn't caught enough balls to be considered a weekly start, just yet but as long as he is the most targeted receiver he needs to be considered. In week 1 he was targeted 8 times, catching 4 of them for 64 yards and 1 touchdown; in week 2 he was targeted 7 times catching 4 balls again but for only 37 yards. This week he faces the Titans, who have given up a league high 678 yards passing over the first 2 games. Give Stuckey a chance in your line up this week.
After 2 seasons (mostly as back up) Brent Celek is finally coming into his own and has been the most targeted (18 targets) receiver on the Eagles. In the first week of the season he had 6 catches for only 37 yards and 1 touchdown and then exploded for 8 catches and 107 yards in week 2, when roommate Kevin Kolb got the start for injured QB Donovan McNabb. Wide receiver Desean Jackson is banged up, which could mean even more targets for Celek. If you have Celek in a TE league then he is a must start every week, and at this point even if your not in a TE league he should be started every week as WR3 or Flex.