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Rest Of Season Player Rankings - Wide Receivers: Week 6
John Tuvey
October 11, 2011
 

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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 Wes Welker NEP 7
  3 Greg Jennings GBP 8
  4 Vincent Jackson SDC 6
  5 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 6
  6 Andre Johnson HOU 11
  7 Hakeem Nicks NYG 7
  8 Mike Wallace PIT 11
  9 Steve Smith CAR 9
  10 Roddy White ATL 8
  11 Steve Johnson BUF 7
  12 Miles Austin DAL 5
Moving Up 13 Dwayne Bowe KCC 6
  14 Dez Bryant DAL 5
  15 DeSean Jackson PHI 7
  16 Jeremy Maclin PHI 7
  17 Brandon Marshall MIA 5
  18 Santana Moss WAS 5
  19 Anquan Boldin BAL 5
  20 A.J. Green CIN 7
  21 Brandon Lloyd DEN 6
  22 Santonio Holmes NYJ 8
  23 Julio Jones ATL 8
Moving Up 24 Pierre Garçon IND 11
Moving Down 25 Reggie Wayne IND 11
  26 Deion Branch NEP 7
  27 Jordy Nelson GBP 8
  28 Robert Meachem NOS 11
Moving Up 29 Victor Cruz NYG 7
  30 Nate Washington TEN 6
  31 Mike Thomas JAC 9
Moving Down 32 Mike Williams TBB 8
  33 David Nelson BUF 7
  34 Sidney Rice SEA 6
  35 Marques Colston NOS 11
Moving Up 36 Michael Crabtree SFO 7
  37 Percy Harvin MIN 9
  38 Eric Decker DEN 6
  39 Plaxico Burress NYJ 8
  40 Malcom Floyd SDC 6
  41 Mario Manningham NYG 7
  42 Steve Breaston KCC 6
Moving Down 43 Lance Moore NOS 11
  44 Early Doucet ARI 6
  45 Jabar Gaffney WAS 5
  46 Torrey Smith BAL 5
Moving Up 47 Dane Sanzenbacher CHI 8
Moving Up 48 Darius Heyward-Bey OAK 8
Moving Up 49 Doug Baldwin SEA 6
  50 Danario Alexander STL 5
  51 Jacoby Jones HOU 11
  52 Antonio Brown PIT 11
Moving Down 53 Denarius Moore OAK 8
  54 Nate Burleson DET 9
  55 James Jones GBP 8
  56 Kevin Walter HOU 11
  57 Arrelious Benn TBB 8
  58 Johnny Knox CHI 8
  59 Jerome Simpson CIN 7
  60 Devery Henderson NOS 11
  61 Devin Hester CHI 8
  62 Preston Parker TBB 8
  63 Jason Hill JAC 9
  64 Hines Ward PIT 11
  65 Mike Sims-Walker STL 8
  66 Chad Ochocinco NEP 7
  67 Brandon LaFell CAR 9
  68 Michael Jenkins MIN 9
  69 Austin Collie IND 11
  70 Brandon Gibson STL 5

Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs Moving Up
You'd think with no other playmakers on the active roster defenses would be able to stop, or at least slow, Bowe. They haven't so far.

Pierre Garçon, Colts Moving Up
Reggie Wayne, ColtsMoving Down
Curtis Painter throws to Wayne almost out of obligation; he throws to Garçon when he wants a big play.

Victor Cruz, Giants Moving Up
Mario Manningham may still technically be the starter, but Cruz has been Eli Manning's big-play guy. It wasn't just the acrobatic long touchdown catch, either; Cruz was the target on Eli's game-ending INT--and he dang near came up with that one one-handed as well.

Mike Williams, BuccaneersMoving Down
Tampa Bay couldn't run on the Niners, so you thought maybe this would be a chance for Williams to run some numbers; he couldn't even make a garbage-time contribution.

Michael Crabtree, 49ers Moving Up
With Josh Morgan done for the season Crabtree becomes the 49ers' WR1 by default. Now if he can just get Alex Smith to stop focusing on the tight ends...

Lance Moore, SaintsMoving Down
Jimmy Graham has taken the top off the passing game numbers, leaving little for the wideouts to fight over. And Moore isn't even first in that pecking order. 

Dane Sanzenbacher, BearsMoving Up
Mike Martz has found his Mike Furrey.

Darius Heyward-Bey, RaidersMoving Up
He's always had the speed, and lately he's been catching the ball. In an offense that loves to take shots downfield, that's a deadly combination.

Doug Baldwin, SeahawksMoving Up
The undrafted rookie zoomed past Golden Tate on the depth chart and is now making a play for Sidney Rice's looks.

Denarius Moore, RaidersMoving Down
Oakland said they wanted to get him the ball, but apparently that message never got relayed to Jason Campbell, who spent a lot more time and attention on Darius Heyward-Bey.



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