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Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets: Top 20 WR Rankings

2010 Top 20 Fantasy Wide Receivers

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Top 20 Fantasy Rankings – Wide Receivers

It’s time again for Dave B to rank the top position players in the NFL and next up is the Wide Receivers.

Wide Receivers have won and lost most of the Fantasy leagues that I have ever been a part of. Have the right combination and you should have something on the line up until December. Pick wrong and your Fantasy season could be over by the end of November.

Take a look at the 2010 edition of my Fantasy Wide Receiver rankings and let me know if I’m on to something or if I’m full of crap!

Bye weeks are listed in brackets after the players name and team.

1. Andre Johnson HOU (7) – Johnson has averaged 108 catches and over 1550 yards in the last two seasons. There is no reason to think that his numbers will slide this year. He is simply the most consistent and trusted target in Fantasy as far as Wide receivers go.

2. Randy Moss NEP (5) – A couple of factors place Moss so highly in the rankings. Firstly, he has a healthy quarterback this season and secondly he is in a contract year – looking forward a huge payday and the only way to get that is to be off the hook this year.

3. Reggie Wayne IND (7) – Wayne has averaged over 1300 yards and 9 touchdowns in his last four years, even with an injury riddled 2008. He appears to be money in the bank and is no risk to have less than 95 catches, 1250 yards and 10 touchdowns.

4. Miles Austin DAL (4) – Austin quickly emerged last season and is now the favorite target of a Top 5 quarterback. Dez White will take some pressure off and will create more room for Austin who should have another Pro bowl year.

5. Roddy White ATL (8) – With Matt Ryan maturing every year, White’s numbers should improve. White is a legitimate stud and is a big, dependable target. Atlanta has a bit easier schedule this season, so look for close to 100 catches 1200-1300 yards and 10 or so touchdowns.

6. Calvin Johnson DET (7) – Johnson had knee troubles last season and also suffered through Matthew Stafford’s rookie season. Megatron is a beast and will benefit from the Nate Burleson and Tony Scheffler signings.  He showed good chemistry toward the end of the season with Stafford so look for good things this year.

7. Greg Jennings GBP (10) – Jennings has all the tools in the world, has the quarterback’s attention and he plays in one of the most pass friendly, explosive offenses in the NFL. Need any more ammunition?

8. Marques Colston NOS (10) – Colston, like Jennings is the number one option in a dynamic offense. He’s a bit of a risk because of his injury history and his propensity for disappearing at times but I like his upside and I believe that he will emerge a Fantasy Stud this season.

9. DeSean Jackson PHI (8) – It’s too bad that Fantasy doesn’t allow for Special Teams touchdowns for position players otherwise Jackson would be a Top 5 pick. He’s got speed, athleticism and a good chemistry with his new quarterback.

10. Larry Fitzgerald ARI (6) – One of the most talented guys in the NFL is hurt in the rankings by one guy – Matt Leinart!

11. Brandon Marshall MIA (5) – Marshall has a big mouth but can usually back it up. Chad Henne is a better quarterback than Kyle Orton and Marshall was great with Orton. He has a chance for 100 catches 1300 yards and 10 touchdowns.

12. Chad Ochocinco CIN (6) – Ocho is another guy with a big mouth who can usually back it up. The Bengals were one of the lowest scoring teams in the NFL last season and I have no explanation as to why. Ochocinco’s ranking is based on the belief that the Bengals will score more points this year and that he will benefit.

13. Steve Smith NYG (8) – Smith is a trusted and consistent weapon for Eli Manning. As Manning’s outlet, expect over 100 catches, over 1000- 1200 yards and 8 touchdowns at the very least.

14. Anquan Boldin BAL (8) – Anquan got his wish! He is the number one receiver on a very good team. The Ravens are a running team but Boldin can expect to catch 85-95 passes for 1000-1200 yards and score 8-10 touchdowns.

15. Sidney Rice MIN (4) – His numbers depend on Favre’s return. He developed into a possession receiver and a deep threat rolled into one last season and should be able to build on that this year. 90 catches, 1100 yards and 8-10 scores are realistic.

16. Steve Smith CAR (6) – Smith will get his yards and his scores unless his broken arm becomes a major issue. The running game should open Smith up and if Matt Moore can find him with any consistency, he’ll have a good year.

17. Vincent Jackson SDC (10) – Jackson is suspended for the first three games but when he returns, he will once again be the number one option in an Top tier offense.

18. Dwayne Bowe KCC (4) – Bowe has a ton of talent and a ton of size but unfortunately he doesn’t have a ton of class. If he can keep his mouth shut and actually catch the balls that are thrown his way, he could be very productive.

19. Mike Sims-Walker JAC (9) – He’s the only real receiving threat on the Jags and David Gerrard knows this. He will get a lot of targets because he’s the only one worthy.

20. Santana Moss WAS (9) – OK I know – Moss is always in the Top 20 and he always disappoints. This season is different – Donovan McNabb is throwing him the ball. Optimistically I think Moss is capable of 80 catches, 1100 yards and 8-10 scores.

NOTE: My Top 20 is a cheat sheet designed for 2010 fantasy football drafts held today!

Basic Fantasy league points are factored into my rankings..enjoy!! And check back on a weekly basis for continuing updates.

How about it, owners? Email me your thoughts or comment below!

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Dave B has been a Fantasy Football writer for us for 10 years. A couch potato wannabe, Dave’s insights have been read by 10’s of people for years. He hope’s for world peace + global relaxation. Enjoy and remember only smoke things that are completely natural.


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