Donte Moncrief caught his lone target for 16 yards in the Colts' Week 2 loss to the Eagles.
It was Moncrief's first NFL catch. He's the clear No. 4 receiver in Indy, but won't play a large role unless OC Pep Hamilton reluctantly opens up the offense or gets fired.
Jordan Matthews caught 1-of-4 targets for 17 yards in the Eagles' Week 2 win over the Colts.
Matthews played in three-wide sets out of the slot, as expected. On his lone catch, Matthews caught an earful from coach Chip Kelly for not getting out of bounds. As the fifth or sixth option in the passing game, Matthews isn't start-able in fantasy. He won't have value unless there are injuries in Philadelphia.
Coby Fleener caught just one pass for 13 yards in the Colts' Week 2 loss to the Eagles.
Fleener saw just the one target a week after dropping a pass and botching a red-zone target. He's not worth owning in any fantasy leagues.
Riley Cooper caught one pass for eight yards in the Eagles' Monday night, Week 2 win over the Colts.
Cooper was targeted just three times on the night; he dropped one deep ball in the end zone and later drew a pass interference call against Vontae Davis in the end zone to set up LeSean McCoy's one-yard score. Cooper saw some good looks, but didn't do anything with them. He's a touchdown-dependent WR4.
T.Y. Hilton caught six passes for 65 yards in the Colts' Week 2 loss to the Eagles on Monday night.
Hilton saw a team-high ten targets. He dropped the first pass of the game, and was targeted on Andrew Luck's late-fourth quarter interception. Hilton was mugged on the play by Eagles slot CB Brandon Boykin and was dragged to the turf. Hilton has seen a healthy 21 targets through two games, but has yet to break a big play. He has another favorable matchup in Week 3 at the Jaguars.
Jeremy Maclin caught four passes for 45 yards and one touchdown in Monday night's Week 2 win over the Colts.
Maclin was targeted a game-high 11 times one week after seeing ten targets. He's clearly drawing the eye of Nick Foles, but Foles is missing his No. 1 receiver too often. Foles missed Maclin for a wide-open touchdown in Week 1, and also overshot him on Monday night in the end zone. If Foles can find his 2013 form, Maclin will flirt with high-end WR2 production as this target rate. He has another favorable matchup at home against Redskins in Week 3.
Reggie Wayne caught three passes for 28 yards in the Colts' Week 2 loss to the Eagles on Monday night.
Wayne was targeted seven times on the night, but couldn't shake free for any big gains. Andrew Luck also couldn't complete any passes downfield with OC Pep Hamilton dialing up run play after run play mixed in with short throwing plays. Wayne should rebound next week against Jacksonville. He's a WR3/4.
Zach Ertz caught 4-of-6 targets for 81 yards in the Eagles' Week 2 win over the Colts on Monday night.
Outside of Darren Sproles, Ertz was the Eagles' leading receiver. But after playing 60 percent of the snaps in Week 1, we'd bet that number dipped in Week 2. He just wasn't on the field enough despite making highlight-reel catches when he did touch the ball. Ertz had a big catch on a 3rd-and-11 when he went up and got the ball to set up LeSean McCoy's one-yard touchdown. He's a back-end TE1 thanks to his playmaking ability, but we want to see more usage.