Santana Moss, Washington Redskins: Moss has become the big-play receiver the team expected when it acquired him from the Jets. He has topped the 100-yard mark in three of five games, including a 10-catch, 173-yard, two-touchdown performance last week against Kansas City. Next up are the 49ers, who have given up 343.6 passing yards per game.
Tatum Bell, Denver Broncos: The second-year back has displayed his explosiveness the last two games, rushing 25 times for 241 yards and three touchdowns.
Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin, Arizona Cardinals: Since Josh McCown has taken over at quarterback, the receiving duo has become a terror for defenses. Both players have topped 100 yards in each of the last two games, combining for 34 catches for 512 yards and four touchdowns.
Priest Holmes, Kansas City Chiefs: Yes, the prolific back had a 100-yard receiving game last week against the Redskins. Yes, he has scored five touchdowns in five games. However, he has yet to rush for 100 yards in a game and has a career-low 3.7 yards per carry. Last week, he was limited to 18 yards on 14 carries against the Redskins.
Willie Parker, Pittsburgh Steelers: After a fast start with 272 yards in his first two starts, the second-year player from North Carolina has been held to 136 yards in the last three games.
Joey Harrington, Detroit Lions (left): Far from hot, the only heat Harrington has experienced is the hot seat -- and it may remain that way as backup Jeff Garcia was cleared to play after recovering from a broken leg. Harrington passed for more than 200 yards for the first time this season last week (201 yards vs. Carolina), but had three turnovers (interception, two fumbles).