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

Marquise Colston, Saints - Moving Up
The Saints offense has finally been found and has turned on the jets.  This only means good things for those who stuck with Colston through the thin times.  Barring unforeseen setbacks for the offense as a whole, look for a solid, bright future for the star receiver in the Big Easy.

Roy Williams, Lions - Moving Down
I just can’t keep him up as high any more.  The Lions are doing better than anyone could have imagined, but the way they’re doing it is a very balanced attack from all facets.  The bad news is the effect this has on their top receiver.  Williams will have his nice days, but more and more it’s becoming a team effort with no bona fide star.

Lee Evans, Bills - Moving Up      
Another big move for Evans, who for the moment at least is earning the high pick many owners spent on him.  Nine catches for a buck sixty-five and a touch is enough to make any fantasy owner happy.  He looks to have been rediscovered in the Bills offense, and they’ve won three in a row, could be a coincidence…I think not.

D.J. Hackett, Seahawks - Moving Up
He’s finally back, looking healthy, and back to making a difference on the field.  He may not be quite ready to jump into star status, but he’s likely to make a splash every week the rest of the way if he stays healthy.  If he does, by season’s end he’ll earn a place in the top twenty or so. 

Kevin Curtis, Eagles - Moving Down
Call in an adjustment if you will, but watching the Eagles offense makes it plain to see that the receivers aren’t going to have too many break out games.  Curtis is worth a second or third spot on your roster, but not a top twenty five option on a weekly basis.  Question becomes a high risk, high reward one…can you afford to leave him on your roster week in and week out while waiting for the big game he’ll have every so often?

Antwaan Randle El, Redskins - Moving Down
It looked promising early in the year, but the farther we go along the more it looks like Randle El is only going to be a mediocre starter at best.  If the passing game can ever really get going on a consistent basis, it will move him back up, but for now, consider him a lower end prospect. 

Reggie Williams, Jaguars - Moving Up
Maybe it’s the new quarterback; maybe it’s just a lucky day.  Either way, Williams showed up big time this week and has had a fairly productive season after being moved all the way down on the team’s depth charts.  Whatever the reason, he’s worth a start at this point every week, even if only to capitalize on the one catch and touchdown he seems to be privy to.

Demetrius Williams, Ravens - Moving Down
Ok, he’s been pretty much dormant two weeks in a row, of course, so has the Raven’s passing attack.  He lines up basically on par now with Mark Clayton as both are pretty much afterthoughts on a horrible Baltimore offense.  Both have good upside for the future…if a whole lot around them changes!

* Several top receivers are injured, leading me to not them with an asterisk.  Note that movement with these players is limited, as they in all likelihood will regain their positions when they return. 

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