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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Wide Receivers - Week 7
Tim Van Prooyen
October 20, 2010
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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 Roddy White ATL 8
  2 Anquan Boldin BAL 8
  3 Reggie Wayne IND 7
  4 Miles Austin DAL 4
  5 Austin Collie IND 7
  6 Andre Johnson HOU 7
Moving Up 7 Calvin Johnson DET 7
  8 Brandon Marshall MIA 5
Moving Up 9 Mike Wallace PIT 5
  10 Hakeem Nicks NYG 8
  11 Brandon Lloyd DEN 9
  12 Wes Welker NEP 5
  13 Malcom Floyd SDC 10
  14 Randy Moss MIN 5
  15 DeSean Jackson PHI 8
  16 Chad Ochocinco CIN 6
Moving Up 17 Jeremy Maclin PHI 8
  18 Santana Moss WAS 9
  19 Terrell Owens CIN 6
Moving Up 20 Hines Ward PIT 5
  21 Steve Smith NYG 8
  22 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 6
  23 Jabar Gaffney DEN 9
  24 Mike Williams TBB 4
  25 Danny Amendola STL 9
  26 Percy Harvin MIN 4
  27 Johnny Knox CHI 8
  28 Greg Jennings GBP 10
  29 Marques Colston NOS 10
  30 Pierre Garcon IND 7
Moving Down 31 Donald Driver GBP 10
  32 Mario Manningham NYG 8
  33 Dez Bryant DAL 4
  34 Davone Bess MIA 5
  35 Braylon Edwards NYJ 7
  36 Eddie Royal DEN 9
  37 Roy Williams DAL 4
  38 Louis Murphy OAK 10
Moving Up 39 Deion Branch NEP 5
  40 Dwayne Bowe KCC 4
  41 Nate Washington TEN 9
  42 Jacoby Jones HOU 7
  43 Mike Thomas JAC 9
  44 Steve Breaston ARI 6
  45 Lance Moore NOS 10
Moving Up 46 Danario Alexander STL 9
  47 Mike Sims-Walker JAC 9
  48 Devery Henderson NOS 10
  49 Kenny Britt TEN 9
  50 Brandon Tate NEP 5
  51 Derrick Mason BAL 8
  52 Michael Crabtree SFO 9
  53 Darrius Heyward-Bey OAK 10
  54 Nate Burleson DET 7
  55 Robert Meachem NOS 10
  56 Steve Johnson BUF 6
Moving Up 57 Anthony Armstrong WAS 9
  58 Devin Hester CHI 8
  59 Roscoe Parrish BUF 6
  60 Legedu Naanee SDC 10
Moving Down 61 Kevin Walter HOU 7
  62 Steve Smith CAR 6
  63 Brian Hartline MIA 5
  64 Demaryius Thomas DEN 9
Moving Up 65 Deon Butler SEA 5
Moving Down 66 Mohamed Massaquoi CLE 8
  67 Jordan Shipley CIN 6
  68 Devin Aromashodu CHI 8
  69 Lee Evans BUF 6
  70 Patrick Crayton SDC 10

Calvin Johnson, LionsMoving Up
For a guy beaten up and with a back up and third string quarterback throwing to him, Johnson proved just how good he really is.  After a rough start he’s continued to simply be a beast.  He moves back to the place he belongs, now that he’s performing like it.

Mike Wallace/Hines Ward, SteelersMoving Up
It’s amazing how much better these guys are when they have Big Ben throwing to them.  With things now ‘right’ in the Steeler world, look for them to continue to play like everyone expected them too right off the bat.

Jeremy Maclin, EaglesMoving Up
Maclin is moving up fast.  Even before the injury to DeSean Jackson, Maclin was making a name for himself.  He’s on pace for 1,100 yards and 16 touchdowns and there is reason to believe he could actually come close to those numbers.  He’s a must start regardless of who is quarterback.

Donald Driver, PackersMoving Down
It’s not a huge dive, but Driver has been on a lighter tear the past few weeks than he was to lead off the season.  He’s still on track for a solid season, just not one worthy of the higher ranking at the moment.

Deion Branch, PatriotsMoving Up
It may be slightly premature, but his second coming debut with the Patriots was a smashing success.  There is no guarantee he’ll keep it up, but there’s no reason he can’t.  Should he continue, he’ll be in the top twenty soon.    

Danario Alexander, RamsMoving Up
Alexander was signed to a four year contract off the practice squad, something pretty much unheard of, and then he popped off quite a stunning debut.  The problem with him is his knees…they’re really bad.  If he stays healthy he’s a great option with huge upside.  A lot of high risk, high reward going on here.        

Anthony Armstrong, RedskinsMoving Up
Armstrong has taken over the starting spot opposite Santana Moss and doesn’t appear that he’ll give it up easily.  He’s the brightest receiving option the Redskins have had (other than Moss) in quite some time, and someone who should be on fantasy rosters if he’s not already.

Kevin Walter, TexansMoving Down
Walter’s stud days for 2010 are likely over as long as Daniels and Jones stay healthy, as they’ll be options on par or ahead of him on the pecking chart.  He’s still viable to a point in very deep leagues, but dropping steadily. 

Deon Butler, SeahawksMoving Up
Butler seems to be the guy ready to reap the most benefits from the departure of the two starting receivers from opening day.  The team seems to change personnel every week, so getting in a groove has been tough, but look for that to change now that things seem to be settled, and Butler will be the lead receiver.

Mohamed Massaquoi, BrownsMoving Down
Besides getting banged up last week, Massaquoi is just stinking up the joint for fantasy owners.  He’s capable, but with a revolving door at quarterback he’s just not going to be reliable for a while.  Consider waiting for next year on him. 


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