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Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Wide Receivers: Week 12
John Tuvey
November 18, 2013
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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 9
  2 Demaryius Thomas DEN 9
  3 Dez Bryant DAL 11
  4 A.J. Green CIN 12
  5 Brandon Marshall CHI 8
  6 Victor Cruz NYG 9
  7 DeSean Jackson PHI 12
Moving Up 8 Antonio Brown PIT 5
  9 Jordy Nelson GBP 4
  10 Vincent Jackson TBB 5
  11 Andre Johnson HOU 8
  12 Wes Welker DEN 9
  13 Pierre Garçon WAS 5
  14 Josh Gordon CLE 10
  15 TY Hilton IND 8
  16 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 9
Moving Up 17 Alshon Jeffery CHI 8
  18 Torrey Smith BAL 8
  19 Eric Decker DEN 9
  20 Marques Colston NOS 7
  21 Terrance Williams DAL 11
  22 Danny Amendola NEP 10
  23 Keenan Allen SDC 8
  24 Denarius Moore OAK 7
  25 Riley Cooper PHI 12
Moving Up 26 Percy Harvin SEA 12
Moving Up 27 Rueben Randle NYG 9
  28 Steve Smith CAR 4
  29 Anquan Boldin SFO 9
  30 James Jones GBP 4
Moving Up 31 Harry Douglas ATL 6
  32 Hakeem Nicks NYG 9
  33 Roddy White ATL 6
  34 Mike Wallace MIA 6
  35 Stevie Johnson BUF 12
  36 Jarrett Boykin GBP 45
  37 Kendall Wright TEN 8
  38 Cecil Shorts JAC 9
Moving Down 39 DeAndre Hopkins HOU 8
  40 Jerricho Cotchery PIT 5
  41 Dwayne Bowe KCC 10
  42 Rod Streater OAK 7
  43 Michael Crabtree SFO 9
  44 Emmanuel Sanders PIT 5
Moving Up 45 Michael Floyd ARI 9
  46 Tavon Austin STL 11
  47 Brian Hartline MIA 6
Moving Up 48 Santonio Holmes NYJ 10
  49 Eddie Royal SDC 8
  50 Kris Durham DET 9
  51 Dexter McCluster KCC 10
  52 Mario Manningham SFO 9
  53 Rishard Matthews MIA 6
  54 Golden Tate SEA 12
  55 Robert Woods BUF 12
  56 Brandon LaFell CAR 4
  57 Kenny Stills NOS 7
  58 Doug Baldwin SEA 12
  59 Aaron Dobson NEP 10
  60 Randall Cobb GBP 4
  61 Marvin Jones CIN 12
  62 Lance Moore NOS 7
  63 Aldrick Robinson WAS 5
  64 Cordarrelle Patterson MIN 5
  65 Marques Goodwin BUF 12
  66 Tiquan Underwood TBB 5
  67 Nate Washington TEN 8
  68 Griff Whalen IND 8
  69 Greg Little CLE 10
Moving Down 70 Donnie Avery KCC 10
  71 Darrius Heyward-Bey IND 8
  72 Marlon Brown BAL 8
  73 Ted Ginn CAR 4
  74 Chris Givens STL 11
  75 Davonne Bess CLE 10

Antonio Brown, SteelersMoving Up
If it wasn't clear before that the Steelers made the right choice as to which wide receiver to pay, it's pretty obvious now.

Alshon Jeffery, BearsMoving Up
You could make a compelling case that Brandon Marshall is a pretty good wingman for Jeffery.

Percy Harvin, SeahawksMoving Up
Touched the ball twice in his Seattle debut, and each was impressive. Bodes well for his future.

Reuben Randle, GiantsMoving Up
Guess who has scored the last six WR TDs for the Giants? Here's a hint: he doesn't salsa and his name doesn't rhyme with "Hakeem Nicks".

Harry Douglas, FalconsMoving Up
Maybe the lone bright spot on the Atlanta offense. Certainly didn't look hurt burning the Bucs last weekend.

DeAndre Hopkins, TexansMoving Down
Benched for mental mistakes last week. On the bright side, if the Texans make the misguided move of going back to Matt Schaub, we know he doesn't like Andre Johnson so maybe he'll see more balls his way.

Michael Floyd, CardinalsMoving Up
Is definitely taking to the role of Larry Fitzgerald's wingman, delivering on that upside we all thought we saw heading into the season.

Santonio Holmes, JetsMoving Up
Pretty much the entirety of the Jets' passing game now that he's healthy. Which isn't saying much. But hey, he's playing to get paid by some other team next year.

Donnie Avery, ChiefsMoving Down
Can't catch, and his quarterback won't throw deep. Bad combo for a speed guy; just ask Troy Williamson.

 



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