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Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Wide Receivers: Week 11
John Tuvey
November 12, 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 A.J. Green CIN 8
  2 Calvin Johnson DET 5
  3 Victor Cruz NYG 11
  4 Julio Jones ATL 7
  5 Roddy White ATL 7
Moving Up 6 Demaryius Thomas DEN 7
  7 Reggie Wayne IND 4
  8 Brandon Marshall CHI 6
  9 Andre Johnson HOU 8
  10 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 10
  11 Marques Colston NOS 6
  12 Percy Harvin MIN 11
  13 Vincent Jackson TBB 5
  14 Mike Wallace PIT 4
  15 Dez Bryant DAL 5
  16 Wes Welker NEP 9
  17 Eric Decker DEN 7
Moving Up 18 Denarius Moore OAK 5
  19 Miles Austin DAL 5
  20 Randall Cobb GBP 10
  21 Steve Smith CAR 6
  22 James Jones GBP 10
  23 Malcom Floyd SDC 7
Moving Down 24 Hakeem Nicks NYG 11
  25 Dwayne Bowe KCC 7
  26 Jordy Nelson GBP 10
  27 Steve Johnson BUF 8
  28 Torrey Smith BAL 8
  29 DeSean Jackson PHI 7
  30 Jeremy Maclin PHI 7
  31 Mike Williams TBB 5
Moving Up 32 Sidney Rice SEA 11
  33 Lance Moore NOS 6
  34 Michael Crabtree SFO 9
Moving Up 35 Danny Amendola STL 9
  36 Brian Hartline MIA 7
  37 Brandon Lloyd NEP 9
  38 Josh Gordon CLE 10
  39 Anquan Boldin BAL 8
  40 Titus Young DET 5
  41 Andre Roberts ARI 10
  42 Jeremy Kerley NYJ 9
  43 Kenny Britt TEN 11
  44 Cecil Shorts JAC 6
  45 Golden Tate SEA 11
  46 Laurent Robinson JAC 6
  47 Nate Washington TEN 11
  48 Greg Jennings GBP 10
  49 Emmanuel Sanders PIT 4
  50 Donald Jones BUF 8
  51 Darrius Heyward-Bey OAK 5
  52 Ryan Broyles DET 5
  53 Santana Moss WAS 10
Moving Down 54 Antonio Brown PIT 4
  55 Brandon LaFell CAR 6
  56 Donnie Avery IND 4
  57 Greg Little CLE 10
  58 Chris Givens STL 9
Moving Up 59 Danario Alexander SDC 7
  60 T.Y. Hilton IND 4
  61 Alshon Jeffery CHI 6
  62 Kendall Wright TEN 11
 

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Davone Bess MIA 7
  64 Brandon Stokley DEN 7
  65 Mario Manningham SFO 9
  66 Kevin Walter HOU 8
  67 Devery Henderson NOS 6
  68 Justin Blackmon JAC 6
  69 Andrew Hawkins CIN 8
  70 Stephen Hill NYJ 9
  71 Tiquan Underwood TBB 5
  72 Jarius Wright MIN 11
  73 Mohamed Sanu CIN 8
  74 Leonard Hankerson WAS 10
  75 Rod Streater OAK 5

Demaryius Thomas, BroncosMoving Up
To this point Eric Decker has been the more consistent Denver wideout, but Thomas remains the big-play guy. And lately Peyton has been leaning on him to make plenty of big plays.

Denarius Moore, RaidersMoving Up
The key for Moore has been staying healthy; doesn't hurt that the Raiders find themselves behind and need to play catch-up, or that Carson Palmer loves to throw the ball up and let Moore run under it.

Hakeem Nicks, GiantsMoving Down
Eli's struggles are trickling down, and while Victor Cruz had an awful game against the Bengals it was an aberration for him; for Nicks, it was just another non-helper--something we're seeing far too much of from someone with his considerable talent.

Sidney Rice, SeahawksMoving Up
Russell Wilson has a half-season of experience under his belt, and the offensive leash is getting a little longer. Not surprisingly, he's pegged Rice as his go-to receiver.

Danny Amendola, RamsMoving Up
It's a damn shame his 80-yard catch in overtime was wiped out by a penalty; would have been the capper on his return from a life-threatening busted collarbone in which he blew up the stat sheet anyway.

Antonio Brown, SteelersMoving Down
Now word out of Pittsburgh has Brown's absence at "a few weeks". But it's not a high ankle sprain. Riiiight.

Danario Alexander, ChargersMoving Up
You can start the countdown until Alexander's inevitable injury; they always seem to come after he teases us with a glimpse of what he could be if he could only stay healthy.



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