Jordan Cameron (12) was targeted another dozen times and reminded us once again that he is not going away. Jamaal Charles (11) now has 35 targets through four games and has been targeted more than Larry Fitzgerald and Reggie Wayne this season. Andy Reid loves him some pass catching running backs, among lots of other things. Tandon Doss (9) had a nice week in the target department, but leave him on the waiver wire where he belongs. Hakeem Nicks (9) caught only three of nine targets on Sunday and will have to show serious improvement or find a new team before I would run him out in a starting fantasy lineup. Heath Miller (8) caught six of eight targets in Week Four and seems to be right back in line as Roethlisberger’s security blanket after returning from a knee injury. I would call Miller a very high-end TE2 and I love his services in the world of daily fantasy sports. DeSean Jackson (6) caught a disappointing two passes on Sunday as the Eagles got blasted by the Broncos. Jackson’s last two weeks haven’t looked as sharp as his first two weeks in 2013, so we will see where he decides to go from this point. Rookie DeAndre Hopkins (3) caught two passes on only three targets against Seattle. This youngster has tons of potential, but keep in mind there will be down weeks with Schaub in charge and a run-oriented offense in place.