Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Wide Receivers: Week 6
John Tuvey
October 8, 2012
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Victor Cruz NYG 11
  2 A.J. Green CIN 8
  3 Calvin Johnson DET 5
  4 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 10
  5 Percy Harvin MIN 11
  6 Julio Jones ATL 7
  7 Roddy White ATL 7
  8 Andre Johnson HOU 8
Moving Up 9 Reggie Wayne IND 4
  10 Brandon Marshall CHI 6
  11 Wes Welker NEP 9
  12 Marques Colston NOS 6
Moving Up 13 Demaryius Thomas DEN 7
  14 Dwayne Bowe KCC 7
  15 Miles Austin DAL 5
Moving Down 16 Mike Wallace PIT 4
Moving Down 17 Jordy Nelson GBP 10
  18 Antonio Brown PIT 4
Moving Down 19 Hakeem Nicks NYG 11
  20 Vincent Jackson TBB 5
  21 Brandon Lloyd NEP 9
  22 Torrey Smith BAL 8
  23 Malcom Floyd SDC 7
  24 Dez Bryant DAL 5
  25 Steve Smith CAR 6
  26 DeSean Jackson PHI 7
  27 Eric Decker DEN 7
  28 Jeremy Maclin PHI 7
  29 Steve Johnson BUF 8
  30 Greg Jennings GBP 10
  31 Pierre Garcon WAS 10
  32 Anquan Boldin BAL 8
  33 Michael Crabtree SFO 9
  34 Mike Williams TBB 5
  35 Andre Roberts ARI 10
  36 Kendall Wright TEN 11
  37 Brian Hartline MIA 7
  38 Brandon LaFell CAR 6
  39 James Jones GBP 10
  40 Denarius Moore OAK 5
  41 Lance Moore NOS 6
  42 Randall Cobb GBP 10
  43 Sidney Rice SEA 11
  44 Domenik Hixon NYG 11
  45 Andrew Hawkins CIN 8
Moving Up 46 Josh Gordon CLE 10


Davone Bess MIA 7
  48 Jeremy Kerley NYJ 9
  49 Ramses Barden NYG 11
  50 Kenny Britt TEN 11
  51 Jerome Simpson MIN 11
  52 Donald Jones BUF 8
  53 Leonard Hankerson WAS 10
  54 Donnie Avery IND 4
  55 Golden Tate SEA 11
Moving Up 56 Cecil Shorts JAC 6
  57 Devery Henderson NOS 6
  58 Rueben Randle NYG 11
Moving Up 59 Jordan Norwood CLE 10
  60 Jason Avant PHI 7
  61 Robert Meachem SDC 7
  62 Nate Washington TEN 11
  63 Darrius Heyward-Bey OAK 5
  64 Nate Burleson DET 5
  65 Mario Manningham SFO 9
  66 Alshon Jeffery CHI 6
  67 Justin Blackmon JAC 6
  68 Brandon Gibson STL 9
  69 Julian Edelman NEP 9
  70 Greg Little CLE 10
  71 Stephen Hill NYJ 9
  72 Kevin Ogletree DAL 5
  73 Chris Givens STL 9
  74 Emmanuel Sanders PIT 4
Moving Down 75 Danny Amendola STL 9

Reggie Wayne, ColtsMoving Up
Wayne's decision to return to a Colts team that bore little resemblance to the Peyton Manning-era glory days is turning out to be an extremely profitable one for fantasy owners who thought he still had something left in the tank.

Demaryius Thomas, BroncosMoving Up
Speaking of Manning, he said he's nevery had a freakishly athletic talent such as Thomas to throw to. And he's definitely taking advantage.

Mike Wallace, SteelersMoving Down
Antonio Brown and Heath Miller are contributing consistently, and the return of Rashard Mendenhall gives the Steelers a ground game. If that's going to leave Wallace with two-catch games, he'll be tough to trust fantasy-wise.

Jordy Nelson, PackersMoving Down
With Greg Jennings out it was another opportunity for Nelson to shine; instead, every other Packer found fantasy success while Nelson came up dry again. He's not even scoring at home, which is a real concern.

Hakeem Nicks, GiantsMoving Down
First it was going to be limited practice time. Then it was the short week that cost Nicks a game. Now it turns out the Giants can more than get by with "whoever we plug into the lineup in Nicks' spot." If you're that replaceable, your fantasy value will definitely suffer.

Josh Gordon, BrownsMoving Up
Jordan Norwood, BrownsMoving Up
Maybe the Browns have their quarterback in Brandon Weeden, and maybe he finally has a couple legit targets. Gordon made the downfield plays Greg Little usually drops, while Norwood has been working the underneath for a couple weeks now. And you thought you'd never see Cleveland wideouts you could trust with a fantasy start.

Cecil Shorts, JaguarsMoving Up
Big money on Laurent Robinson, a first-round pick on Justin Blackmon, and it turns out Jacksonville's most reliable receiver is a Division III guy with a penchant for late-game heroics. Now that he's producing in the first three quarters as well he may be worthy of a bye week plug-in role.

Danny Amendola, RamsMoving Down
Amendola's season may not be over, but a dislocated collarbone will definitely take a bite out of it. The only reason he's worth holding on to at this point is that the Rams don't have anyone else who has even hinted at stepping up to fill his role.

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