While Tampa WR Mike Williams (the younger, OTHER Mike Williams lol) may have an edge in targets/receptions to date, Dolphins WR Davone Bess is really making the most of his catches now (think EFFICIENCY of targets/catches, hint hint), and lining up opposite fellow Fins WR BMarsh doesn't hurt; where Marshall is consistently doubled by opposing secondaries, the fleet-of-foot Bess is finding PLENTY of space underneath, a la Wes Welker in New England, and Bess' trip to the endzone vs PITT last weekend appears to be a harbinger of bigger things to come - assuming of course that QB Chad Henne keeps delivering his passes accurately and in stride. Davone looks not only quick, but F-A-S-T after he finds his seam, and more closely mimics the running-style of a shifty, powerful RB than that of a smallish WR. Tampa's offense is STILL searching for an identity, and after a fast start to the year, Williams remains too inconsistent for owners to rely on him week-in, week-out imo.
Meanwhile, Bess looks electric when he gets the ball in his hands, and always appears to be one-more broken tackle away from his next streak to the endzone... I thought long and hard about plucking Bess from my own league's ww a few weeks back after watching him excel against the Patriots, but just didn't have the roster space at the time --- however, snagging Kenny Britt just one week later has worked out well, a fine consolation prize, wouldn't you agree?