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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Wide Receiver - Week 11
Tim Van Prooyen
November 13, 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 Terrell Owens DAL 8
  3 Reggie Wayne IND 6
4 T.J. Houshmandzadeh CIN 5
  5 Andre Johnson* HOU 10
  6 Braylon Edwards CLE 7
7 Steve Smith CAR 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 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 8
  19 Donald Driver GBP 7
  20 Lee Evans BUF 6
21 Hines Ward PIT 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 Brandon Marshall DEN 6
  28 Dwayne Bowe KCC 8
  29 Santana Moss* WAS 4
  30 Derrick Mason BAL 8
31 Chris Chambers SDC 9
  32 Roddy White ATL 8
  33 Calvin Johnson DET 6
34 D.J. Hackett SEA 8
  35 Shaun McDonald DET 6
  36 Patrick Crayton DAL 8
  37 Joe Jurevicius CLE 7
  38 Kevin Walter HOU 10
  39 Bobby Engram SEA 8
  40 Greg Jennings GBP 7
  41 Amani Toomer NYG 9
  42 Ike Hilliard TBB 10
43 Mark Clayton BAL 8
  44 Kevin Curtis PHI 5
  45 Reggie Brown PHI 5
  46 Dennis Northcutt JAC 4
  47 James Jones GBP 7
  48 Antwaan Randle El WAS 4
  49 Reggie Williams JAC 4
  50 Michael Jenkins ATL 8
  51 Roydell Williams TEN 4
  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 Chris Henry CIN 5
  61 Demetrius Williams BAL 8
  62 Arnaz Battle SFO 6
  63 Brandon Jones TEN 4
  64 Ted Ginn Jr. MIA 9
  65 Jacoby Jones HOU 10
66 Darrell Jackson SFO 6
  67 Andre' Davis HOU 10
  68 Nate Burleson SEA 8
  69 Devin Hester CHI 9
  70 Marty Booker MIA 9

T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bengals - Moving Down
It’s more of making one move instead of two.  In looking how things are right now, I firmly believe the top three receivers in the game are in a class by themselves.  Those would be Moss, Owens and Wayne.  T.J. has a foot in the door, but isn’t quite there.  Bottom line, it’s only a drop to number four over all…nothing to be too worried about.

Steve Smith, Panthers - Moving Down
Before you jump all over me for this, read the argument.  Smith is still one of the best receivers in the game…problem is he currently has no quarterback.  Until this problem is corrected, he can’t be considered elite.

Hines Ward, Steelers - Moving Up 
He seems to be back and healthy and finally is doing what folks expected him to do.  The Steelers are throwing the ball well and often, and he’s going to stay in the upward climb as long as he remains healthy.

Brandon Marshall, Broncos - Moving Up
Javon Walker very well may have lost his status as the number one receiver in Denver over the recent weeks.  Cutler has become very comfortable with Marshall and chemistry is everything with quarterbacks and receivers.  Look for him to continue his ascension, with only a slight hiccup when Walker finally makes it back.

Chris Chambers, Chargers - Moving Down
Had a bit of a knee-jerk reaction when he had a nice week immediately following the trade.  Bottom line is he’s playing for a team that just doesn’t utilize its receivers all that well, which will always end up hurting the receiver.  At this point he’s better than some, not as good as many others.

D.J. Hackett, Seahawks - Moving Up
He’s not hit stud status quite yet, but it’s obvious he’s got the makings of one, looking forward he should be climbing your rankings…not dropping in them.  Question will now be if he can stay healthy.

Mark Clayton, Ravens - Moving Up
Well, it seems I may be at the verge of eating a small slice of crow pie.  I’m still not sold on Clayton as a stud receiver, and he was playing against the Bengals, but he did have a very nice outing this week and has to be accounted for.  Bring him up a number of notches and let’s see how it all plays out.

Chris Henry, Bengals - Moving Up
Back from a suspension that kept him out for half the year, and he made his presence known right away.  If he keeps this up he becomes more value than most second receivers as a third receiver on his team.  Don’t put all your eggs in his basket yet, but if you grabbed him and kept him through the suspension you’re likely to begin reaping some rewards.

Darrell Jackson, 49ers - Moving Down
Not sure what to make of the Niner’s mess this year, but with a couple of brief exceptions, Jackson has been invisible.  There are other options, when actually used on this team, which outflank Jackson.  Barring a complete turnaround I don’t see him climbing back to the top of the heap anytime soon. 

* 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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