Perhaps Brian Hartline was already on a team in your league. After all, he is the No. 1 wideout for his team. But the reason he might not be on a team is because we didn't fully respect the talent levels of Hartline or rookie QB Ryan Tannehill. That all changed Sunday.
The week's top pickups:
1. Brian Hartline, WR, Dolphins: We can't argue with production. Hartline is fantasy's No. 5 wideout in non-PPR formats, has two 100-yard games in the last three weeks and has been targeted an absurd 48 times in four games. He's got something real going on with Tannehill.
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2. James Jones, WR, Packers: The last time Greg Jennings (groin) sat, Jones put up a dud. But in the other three games, he's played very well -- and that includes last week when Jennings left early.
3. Brandon Bolden, RB, Patriots: It's tough to get into the head of the Patriots, but Bolden is getting reps at the goal-line and in clock-killing situations. He's behind Stevan Ridley, but ahead of Shane Vereen. At the ultra-thin running back, he's worth a gander.
4. Andre Roberts, WR, Cardinals: When you play opposite Larry Fitzgerald, you get one-on-one coverage on every snap. The Cards coaches love Roberts' work ethic and have compared him to Hines Ward. He's impressively held off first-round pick Michael Floyd for months now.
5. Jackie Battle, RB, Chargers: I talked about buying low on Mathews in the last blog, but Battle has certainly carved out a role. He doesn't fumble and is decent in short yardage. At the very least, he's a handcuff for Mathews' owners.