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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Wide Receiver - Week 6
Tim Van Prooyen
October 9, 2007
Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Kickers | Team Defenses
These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Randy Moss NEP 10
  2 Chad Johnson CIN 5
  3 Steve Smith CAR 7
  4 Terrell Owens DAL 8
  5 Reggie Wayne IND 6
  6 Andre Johnson HOU 10
  7 Plaxico Burress NYG 9
  8 T.J. Houshmandzadeh CIN 5
  9 Marvin Harrison IND 6
  10 Torry Holt STL 9
  11 Joey Galloway TBB 10
  12 Donald Driver GBP 7
  13 Roy Williams DET 6
  14 Laveranues Coles NYJ 10
  15 Javon Walker DEN 6
  16 Braylon Edwards CLE 7
  17 Deion Branch SEA 8
  18 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 8
  19 Anquan Boldin ARI 8
  20 Jerricho Cotchery NYJ 10
21 Vincent Jackson SDC 7
  22 Calvin Johnson DET 6
  23 Shaun McDonald DET 6
  24 Marques Colston NOS 4
25 Chris Chambers MIA 9
  26 Ronald Curry OAK 5
  27 Wes Welker NEP 10
  28 Santonio Holmes PIT 6
29 Dwayne Bowe KCC 8
  30 Kevin Curtis PHI 5
  31 Santana Moss WAS 4
  32 Derrick Mason BAL 8
33 Dennis Northcutt JAC 4
  34 Hines Ward PIT 6
  35 Roddy White ATL 8
  36 Brandon Marshall DEN 6
  37 Darrell Jackson SFO 6
38 Antwaan Randle El WAS 4
  39 Demetrius Williams BAL 8
  40 Patrick Crayton DAL 8
  41 Brandon Jones TEN 4
  42 Joe Jurevicius CLE 7
  43 Bobby Engram SEA 8
  44 Amani Toomer NYG 9
  45 Reggie Brown PHI 5
  46 James Jones GBP 7
  47 Ike Hilliard TBB 10
  48 Michael Jenkins ATL 8
  49 Roydell Williams TEN 4
  50 Donte' Stallworth NEP 10
  51 Andre' Davis HOU 10
52 Greg Jennings GBP 7
53 Anthony Gonzalez IND 6
54 Bernard Berrian CHI 9
  55 Reggie Williams JAC 4
  56 Isaac Bruce STL 9
  57 Marty Booker MIA 9
  58 Mike Furrey DET 6
  59 D.J. Hackett SEA 8
  60 Devery Henderson NOS 4
  61 Muhsin Muhammad CHI 9
  62 Brandon Stokley DEN 6
63 Lee Evans BUF 6
  64 Drew Bennett STL 9
  65 Ernest Wilford JAC 4
  66 Matt Jones JAC 4
  67 Mark Clayton BAL 8
  68 Samie Parker KCC 8
  69 Jerry Porter OAK 5
  70 Nate Burleson SEA 8

Vincent Jackson, Chagers - Moving Up
He’s still not without risk, but he’s been busy the past couple of games, so he’s making himself valuable.  Owners drafted him as a sleeper in most leagues, but possibly too high, and then were discouraged out of the gate.  However, the Chargers were impressive today and may have started to right their ship, something that will only help Jackson’s numbers as the season wears on.

Chris Chambers, Dolphins - Moving Down
Trent Green going down this weekend could be bad news for Chambers.  He’s not moving off the radar, but his value on a struggling Miami offense is limited at the moment. 

Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs - Moving Up
I’ve been saying this the past couple of weeks, he’s one of the few bright spots on this KC team.  Regardless of what’s happening around him, he’s producing unlike receivers have produced in KC for some time.  Until he stops, his value keeps rising. 

Dennis Northcutt, Jaguars - Moving Up
If it is consistency you are looking for, Northcutt is your guy.  Jacksonville isn’t going to light it up, we all know that, but he’s the go to guy for Garrard, which is what you look for in a starter.  His age is still not a liability and he’s got a four year contract.  If he ever starts getting in the end zone he’ll climb even higher.

Antwaan Randle El, Redskins - Moving Up
Sure he’s filling in, so to speak, with Santana Moss absent, but he’s making people take notice.  Until something happens to bring him down to earth, he should be in your starting lineup.

Greg Jennings, Packers - Moving Up
It’s beginning to look like Jennings is moving back into the number two spot in Green Bay, meaning a big jump on a team that, even though they try, can’t seem to find a running game.  He may not move much higher, but if drafting today he’d have to be in strong top fifty consideration.

Anthony Gonzalez, Colts - Moving Up
While he won’t be number two for quite some time baring injuries, he’s moving up quickly and the future is bright for the future number two to Reggie Wayne.  He showed what he is capable of this week, warranting a move up on the rankings.

Bernard Berrian, Bears - Moving Down
Wow, trying to put a finger on where to rank Berrian is like trying to grab a greased…well, a greased anything.  One week it looks like he’s about ready to step it up, the next week he’s almost totally off the radar.  Add in the mishmash at quarterback and we’ve got to drop him a bit. 

Lee Evans, Bills - Moving Down
Hate to do it, because he was one of the brightest stars on the rise heading into the season, but for one reason or another he’s just not proving it on the field.  Until something big changes in Buffalo, he continues to fall.

And now a few observations…the Mark Clayton watch update is this…no change, he’s still number four after Mason, Williams and Heap…oh, and maybe even five if you mix in McGehee.  /  Devery Henderson had a nice week, but it remains to be seen where this team is heading…so no movement yet, but another good week should propel him up the rankings. / Donte’ Stallworth made the best of Moss’ double coverage and had a nice week, but he’ll need more to warrant movement just yet. / Tim Carter had some action in Cleveland, meaning his career may not quite be over and warrants monitoring. 
Player(s) who may be ready to climb:  Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals; Drew Bennett, St. Louis Rams;

Player(s) who may be ready to fall:  Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints; Brandon Stokely, Denver Broncos

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