Khiry Robinson had six carries for 16 yards and a touchdown and caught 2-of-4 passes for five yards in Sunday night's Week 4 win over the Cowboys.
Robinson played limited snaps, but vultured a one-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. With the Saints expected to get C.J. Spiller more involved, he should see his role reduced. Robinson isn't more than an early-down backup to Mark Ingram.
Josh Hill caught two passes for 11 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 4 win over the Cowboys.
Hill was left wide open on a three-yard goal-line touchdown. He managed to have his best game after the Saints traded for TE Michael Hoomanawanui. Hill can be dropped for higher upside options.
Jason Witten caught 4-of-6 targets for 57 yards in Week 4 against the Saints.
The Cowboys failed to take advantage of a Saints defense that's struggled to cover tight ends. Witten's six targets were behind only Terrance Williams (10), but he didn't get any red-zone looks. Through four weeks, Witten is on pace for a 100/952/8 line. Witten is locked in as a TE1 for Week 5.
Cole Beasley had six catches for 62 yards in Sunday night's loss to the Saints.
Beasley caught all six of his targets out of the slot. With Lance Dunbar sidelined, he should continue to play a big role in the short pass game. Beasley is on pace for 72 catches and 696 yards, but hasn't scored a touchdown.
Marques Colston secured 4-of-5 passes for 19 yards in Week 4 against the Dallas.
Colston started this week, but was only targeted on check downs. He's no higher than the No. 3 pass-game option behind Brandin Cooks and Willie Snead. Colston is a low-upside WR5.
Brandon Coleman managed one catch for 30 yards in Week 5 against Dallas.
Coleman's only catch came on the Saints' final drive of the fourth quarter. After opening the season as a starter, he’s fallen behind Willie Snead and Marques Colston. Coleman can be dropped in standard leagues.
Brandin Cooks secured 4-of-8 targets for 25 yards in Sunday night's Week 4 win over the Cowboys.
It's another bad game from Cooks, who's been held under 50 yards twice this season. Cooks had just one first-half catch and continued to lose targets to Willie Snead. He's on pace for 80 catches and 860 yards, but doesn't have any touchdowns. Cooks is a WR3 for Week 5 against the Eagles.
Willie Snead had six catches for 89 yards in Week 4 against Dallas.
Snead played in all three-wide sets and was behind only Brandin Cooks for targets. His strong training camp has carried over to the regular season, with Snead looking like the Saints' best receiver the last three weeks. Snead is on pace for 64 catches, 960 yards, and four touchdowns.