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Week Six Wide Receiver Rankings

October 12, 2007 | By Derek Jones | comment on this post

1. Randy Moss at Dallas – Moss owned Texas Stadium after two performances with the Vikings in ’98 and ’00. He matches up favourably against the Dallas secondary.

2. Chad Johnson at Kansas City – – Johnson was banged up going into the bye, but should be closer to 100 per cent and ready to make a big contribution against the Chiefs.

3. Plaxico Burress at Atlanta – Despite Eli Manning’s lackluster passing numbers last week, Burress still scratched out a 53-yard touchdown catch. He is well on his way to a career season.

4. T.J. Houshmanzadeh at Kansas City – Inside the redzone, Housh is Carson Palmer’s go-to guy. The Chiefs’ secondary cannot hang with him.

5. Larry Fitzgerald vs. Carolina – – As long as Anquan Boldin continues to sit out with a hip injury, Fitzgerald will prosper.

6. Terrell Owens vs. New England – This is the first real defense the Cowboys have played all season. Look for New England to make throwing the ball to Owens extremely difficult.

7. Braylon Edwards vs. Miami – On a weekly basis, Edwards is showing that he is nearly a top-tier receiver. This week, he faces an interesting challenge with Miami’s third-ranked passing defense.

8. Donald Driver vs. Washington – The Packers need to bounce back after a sub par performance against the Bears. Washington’s defense needs to put pressure on Brett Favre without using an assortment of blitzes. Otherwise, Driver may have a field day.

9. Joey Galloway vs. Tennessee – If Jeff Garcia finds a way to get pass protection, Galloway should make plays downfield.

10. Steve Smith at Arizona – Smith’s quarterback options are either a banged up David Carr or Mr. AARP, Vinny Testaverde. Good luck, Steve.

11. Torry Holt at Baltimore – Gus Frerotte against Baltimore’s D? Ouch. However, the Ravens have been vulnerable to top-notch receivers this season.

12. Greg Jennings vs. Washington – Jennings suffered an injury during the Bears’ game but he should be okay. Jennings has played well when healthy in 2007.

13. Dwayne Bowe vs. Cincinnati – Bowe may have a field day against one of the worst defensive units in the league.

14. Jerricho Cotchery vs. Philadelphia – I will continue to rip Chad Pennington’s arm strength until it is addressed by the Jets.

15. Chris Chambers at Cleveland – Believe it or not, Chambers is compiling a decent season. Now, he has Cleo Lemon as his quarterback. Oops.

16. Patrick Crayton vs. New England – Crayton could get the most touches against the Patriots in the passing game. New England will likely lock in on T.O. which may open it up for Crayton.

17. Laveranues Coles vs. Philadelphia – Coles should be good for a touchdown against the Eagles.

18. Anquan Boldin vs. Carolina – Come back, ‘Quan!

19. Donte Stallworth at Dallas – I think New England will spread out Dallas and attack its suspect secondary. Stallworth’s speed will likely be a problem for the ‘Boys.

20. Marques Colston at Seattle – Remember when New Orleans was good? Bring out the paper backs again!

The best of the rest…

21. Antwaan Randle El at Green Bay

22. Ronald Curry at San Diego

23. Wes Welker at Dallas

24. Roddy White vs. NY Giants

25. Vincent Jackson vs. Oakland

26. Kevin Curtis at NY Jets

27. Derrick Mason vs. St. Louis

28. Reggie Brown vs. NY Jets

29. Bernard Berrian vs. Minnesota

30. Bobby Engram vs. New Orleans

31. Jerry Porter at San Diego

32. James Jones vs. Washington

33. Brandon Jones at Tampa Bay

34. Andre Davis at Jacksonville

35. Muhsin Muhammad vs. Minnesota

36. Dennis Northcutt vs. Houston

37. Bryant Johnson vs. Carolina

38. Mark Clayton vs. St. Louis

39. Drew Bennett at Baltimore

40. Ike Hilliard vs. Tennessee

41. Isaac Bruce at Baltimore

42. Joe Jurevicius vs. Miami

43. Ernest Wilford vs. Houston

44. Sidney Rice at Chicago

45. Nate Burleson vs. New Orleans

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