Week 11: Start 'Em
There were very high expectations for Coles when he signed with the Bengals to take over for TJ Houshmandzadeh, but that wasn't the case for the first 8 weeks of the season when he failed to gain over 40 yards in any game and only had 5 or more receptions once. Since the bye, that has changed, and a lot of that has to do with the loss of Chris Henry. Coles has 11 receptions for 139 yards over the past 2 games and should continue to see a solid number of targets come his way. With a great match-up against the Raiders this week, make sure to have Coles in your line-up come Sunday.
When Brandon Gibson was drafted by the Eagles in the 6th round, he knew he would have a tough time getting on the field with the number of guys ahead of him on the depth chart, so he didn't expect to make much of an impression this season. All that changed when he was dealt to the offensively challenged St. Louis Rams (who were in desperate need of help at WR, not to mention most other positions on the field). Gibson might not be the fastest receiver, but he has great hands and can make people miss him in open field. His first few weeks were quiet in St. Louis, until last week when he got his chance to play with the injury to Keenan Burton. In replacement of Burton, Gibson hauled in 7 catches for 93 yards and should be able to put up another solid game as he faces the Cardinals this week.