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Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Wide Receivers: Week 3
John Tuvey
September 17, 2012
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

WIDE RECEIVERS
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Calvin Johnson DET 5
  2 Julio Jones ATL 7
  3 A.J. Green CIN 8
Moving Up 4 Hakeem Nicks NYG 11
Moving Up 5 Percy Harvin MIN 11
  6 Victor Cruz NYG 11
  7 Roddy White ATL 7
  8 Andre Johnson HOU 8
Moving Down 9 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 10
  10 Mike Wallace PIT 4
  11 Jordy Nelson GBP 10
  12 Brandon Marshall CHI 6
  13 Reggie Wayne IND 4
Moving Up 14 Dwayne Bowe KCC 7
  15 Steve Smith CAR 6
  16 Jeremy Maclin PHI 7
  17 Marques Colston NOS 6
  18 Miles Austin DAL 5
  19 Antonio Brown PIT 4
  20 Vincent Jackson TBB 5
  21 Steve Johnson BUF 8
  22 Dez Bryant DAL 5
Moving Down 23 Greg Jennings GBP 10
Moving Down 24 Wes Welker NEP 9
  25 Demaryius Thomas DEN 7
  26 Malcom Floyd SDC 7
  27 Eric Decker DEN 7
  28 DeSean Jackson PHI 7
  29 Torrey Smith BAL 8
  30 Brandon Lloyd NEP 9
  31 Pierre Garcon WAS 10
  32 Brandon LaFell CAR 6
  33 Michael Crabtree SFO 9
  34 Mike Williams TBB 5
  35 Santonio Holmes NYJ 9
Moving Up 36 Danny Amendola STL 9
  37 Darrius Heyward-Bey OAK 5
  38 Kendall Wright TEN 11
  39 Justin Blackmon JAC 6
  40 Kenny Britt TEN 11
  41 Anquan Boldin BAL 8
  42 Dexter McCluster KCC 7
  43 Denarius Moore OAK 5
  44 Titus Young DET 5
  45 Lance Moore NOS 6
  46 Sidney Rice SEA 11
  47 Randall Cobb GBP 10
  48 Donnie Avery IND 4
  49 Jeremy Kerley NYJ 9
Moving Up 50 Brandon Gibson STL 9
  51 Greg Little CLE 10
  52 Jerome Simpson MIN 11
  53 Randy Moss SFO 9
Moving Up 54 Kevin Ogletree DAL 5
  55 Andrew Hawkins CIN 8
Moving Down 56 Robert Meachem SDC 7
  57 Leonard Hankerson WAS 10
  58 Nate Washington TEN 11
  59 Laurent Robinson JAC 6
  60 Emmanuel Sanders PIT 4
  61 Brian Hartline MIA 7
  62 Andre Roberts ARI 10
  63 James Jones GBP 10
  64 Mohamed Massaquoi CLE 10
  65 Stephen Hill NYJ 9
  66 Julian Edelman NEP 9
  67 Jon Baldwin KCC 7
  68 Alshon Jeffery CHI 6
  69 Austin Collie IND 4
  70 Davone Bess MIA 7
  71 Golden Tate SEA 11
  72 Armon Binns CIN 8
  73 Nate Burleson DET 5
  74 Harry Douglas ATL 7
  75 Steve Smith STL 9

Hakeem Nicks, GiantsMoving Up
Um, the foot appears to be okay. And with no running game to speak of, Eli might have to throw for 500 yards on a regular basis. That's just fine with Nicks and Victor Cruz and their respective fantasy owners.

Percy Harvin, VikingsMoving Up
The Minnesota defense is going to put the Vikings in plenty of gotta-score-fast situations, and Harvin is their primary tool for that endeavor. The rest of the time, he's just their primary receiver and sometimes ball-carrier as well.

Larry Fitzgerald, CardinalsMoving Down
You can start to panic. Sure, Fitz was targeted five times--second-most on the team--but you can't be an elite receiver with one catch. Maybe when John Skelton returns it will help, but... yeah, go ahead and panic.

Dwayne Bowe, ChiefsMoving Up
It's pretty clear he's the only show in town; factor in the contract year and a defense that looks like it will keep KC throwing and Bowe is back in business.

Greg Jennings, PackersMoving Down
First it was the concussion, then it was the groin; both are injuries that can linger, and with the Packers fielding myriad weapons in the passing game Aaron Rodgers doesn't need to wait around for Jennings to return.

Wes Welker, PatriotsMoving Down
Talk about hitting the panic button; Welker owners must have freaked out when he didn't even start in Week 2. The injury to Aaron Hernandez should restore some of Wes's looks, but it sure looks as if he is no longer in the Patriots' plans.

Danny Amendola, RamsMoving Up
Formerly a poor man's Wes Welker, Amendola now looks like he's the real deal and Welker is the knockoff. Better still, Amendola's yards-per-catch average is actually in the double digits.



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