Top 50 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers for 2010

Updated: 9/2/2010

1)      Andre Johnson, Texans – No debate

2)      Randy Moss, Patriots – Pats say it’s his best training camp yet.  Looking for one last monster contract

3)      Reggie Wayne,  Colts

4)      Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals – Fitzgerald still has #1 talent. Better off with Anderson at the helm.

5)      Calvin Johnson, Lions

6)      Roddy White, Falcons

7)      Miles Austin, Cowboys – Should see a lot of weekly consistency out of the Austin/Romo duo.

8)      Brandon Marshall,  Dolphins

9)      DeSean Jackson, Eagles

10)   Anquan Boldin, Ravens – The big receiver star on a talented, balanced offense.

11)   Greg Jennings, Packers – Will be Rodgers biggest asset on the quest to 5,000 yards.

12)   Marques Colston, Saints

13)   Steve Smith, Giants

14)   Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs – Cassel’s sophomore year with Chiefs should help Bowe.

15)   Steve Smith, Panthers – This is the year he officially becomes “the other Steve Smith.”

16)   Hakeem Nicks, Giants

17)   Percy Harvin, Vikings

18)   Michael Crabtree,  49ers

19)   Hines Ward, Steelers – Always a fantasy overachiever.  Early. Single. Year.

20)   Wes Welker, Patriots

21)   Terrell Owens, Bengals – Look for more balls thrown T.O.’s way.

22)   Mike Sims-Walker, Jaguars

23)   Chad Ochocinco, Bengals – There’s a reason he’s Robin to T.O.’s Batman

24)   Pierre Garcon, Colts

25)   Malcolm Floyd, Chargers

26)   Mike Wallace, Steelers

27)   Santana Moss, Redskins

28)   Johnny Knox, Bears – The best route runner of the Bears WRs

29)   Dez Bryant, Cowboys

30)   Bernard Berrian, Vikings

31)   Robert Meachem, Saints

32)   Mohamed Massaquoi, Browns – Has shown great chemistry with Delhomme so far

33)   Jeremy Maclin, Eagles

34)   Eddie Royal, Broncos

35)   Derrick Mason, Ravens

36)   Jacoby Jones, Texans – Someone has  to benefit when Andre Johnson is triple-teamed

37)   Santonio Holmes, Jets –

38)   Kenny Britt, Titans

39)   Vincent Jackson, Chargers

40)   Lee Evans, Bills

41)   Devin Hester, Bears – There’s a reason he was the Bears WR working out with Issac Bruce.

42)   Braylon Edwards, Jets – Steal potential, particularly for first four weeks.

43)   Louis Murphy, Raiders

44)   Laurent Robinson, Rams  – Finally injury-free; looking like a playmaker.

45)   Legedu Naanee, Chargers

46)   T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Seahawks

47)   Devin Aromashadu, Bears – Could be grossly overrated (see # 41)

48)   Steve Breaston, Cardinals

49)   Jabar Gaffney, Broncos

50)   Nate Burleson, Lions – Could be a steal if Stafford remains confident – and injury free.