Aside from Terrelle Pryor, this list is full of bleh Wide Receivers but sometimes bleh is good for your fantasy team. If you're struggling at the position then you should consider going after some of these boring WRs. You can also check out the Waiver Wire list of Running Backs for week 4 if bleh isn't what you want.
This guy put up an admirable effort on Sunday against the Dolphins and Cody Parkey should be cut from the team for fucking up the only chance they had for a win. Pryor literally carried the team, switching back and forth from Wide Receiver and Quarterback. He even played a snap at safety! He led the team with 144 receiving yards on 8 catches. He also had 21 yards and a touchdown on the ground to go along with 35 passing yards! Talk about a high floor. Grab this guy with your top priority!
The former first round pick is finally getting hot... sort of. He had 6 catches for 62 yards on 14 targets! Yes it would be nice if he caught more of the awful Brian Hoyer targets but you can't really complain with that volume. He is still young and it seems like he is getting better each week. If the volume of targets stays this high then he will eventually start to produce FLEX worthy numbers. He is a stash for now.
The Bucs cut Tight End Austin Seferian-Jenkins and it didn't take long for the slot receiver to take advantage. Adam Humphries secured 9 of 12 targets for 100 yards on Sunday and looks to be a PPR monster moving forward. The team has also gotten nothing from the washed up Vincent Jackson so Humphries can be a solid FLEX for you just don't expect many touchdowns because he is a smaller receiver.
That picture is just great. It defines the talent that is lacking in Cole Beasley. I don't think Beasley is a good player at all. I actually think he's garbage but one mans trash is another mans fantasy asset... or something like that. Through the first 3 weeks of the season Beasley is averaging about 7 catches and 71 yards a game. He is useable in PPR leagues but he is also a smaller player so don't expect many touchdowns from him.