Week 15 Wide Receiver Rankings
Larry Fitzgerald is battling injuries, but should still put up big numbers against the Saints this weekend.
1. Randy Moss vs. NY Jets– Bad things happen to snitches, Eric.
2. Terrell Owens vs. Philadelphia– He humiliated the Eagles on national TV in November. He’ll have plenty of popcorn ready for Sunday.
3. Reggie Wayne at Oakland– Remember Marvin Harrison?
4. Braylon Edwards vs. Buffalo– Edwards should find plenty of success against an ordinariy Bills’ secondary.
5. Larry Fitzgerald at New Orleans– He’s battling injuries but he’s still the top receiving option against the Saints.
6. Marques Colston vs. Arizona-Colston at home is a safe option against the up and down Cards.
7. Greg Jennings at St. Louis– Jennings has supplanted Donald Driver as Green Bay’s big play receiver.
8. Chad Johnson at San Francisco– Johnson can finally redeem his disappointing season with some big performances during fantasy playoff time.
9. Joey Galloway vs. Atlanta– Big play Galloway faces DeAngelo Hall and friends.
10. Hines Ward vs. Jacksonville– Marcus Stroud’s injury may focus Pittsburgh’s game plan to the ground, but Ward should still be a factor.
11. T.J. Houshmandzadeh at San Francisco– Since Johnson’s production has improved, it has caused a slip in numbers for T.J.
12. Wes Welker vs. NY Jets– Bad things happen to snitches, Eric.
13. Lee Evans at Cleveland– Bombs away for Evans versus Cleveland’s less than stellar defense.
14. Torry Holt vs. Green Bay– Brock Berlin may drag down Holt’s production, but he may succeed in garbage time.
15. Deion Branch at Carolina– Maybe he can re-enact Super Bowl XXXVIII.
16. Plaxico Burress vs. Washington– Burress, whose toughness has been questioned throughout his career, continues to show grit while playing through an ankle injury.
17. Patrick Crayton vs. Philadelphia– The Eagles’ defense will focus on Owens a great deal after the show he put on in November. Crayton and Jason Witten will likely reap the benefits.
18. Bobby Engram at Carolina– It’s hard to believe I’m ranking Engram this high on a continuous basis.
19. Donald Driver at St. Louis– He is suffering a scoring drought of Chad Johnson-like proportions. Driver hasn’t broken paydirt since Week Three.
20. Kevin Curtis at Dallas– Curtis is another guy who hasn’t scored lately, dating back to Week Six. The once powerful Eagles’ passing game looks boring and predictable. Could you imagine if Owens ever played for the Eagles…oh, that’s right.
The Best of the Rest
21. Derrick Mason at Miami
22. Roddy White at Tampa Bay
23. Calvin Johnson at San Diego
24. Laveranues Coles at New England
25. Donte Stallworth vs. NY Jets
26. Bernard Berrian at Minnesota
27. Anthony Gonzalez at Oakland
28. Chris Henry at San Francisco
29. Santonio Holmes vs. Jacksonville
30. Sidney Rice vs. Chicago
31. Anquan Boldin at New Orleans
32. Isaac Bruce vs. Green Bay
33. Arnaz Battle vs. Cincinnati
34. Steve Smith vs. Seattle
35. Jabar Gaffney vs. NY Jets
36. Dwayne Bowe vs. Tennessee
37. Santana Moss at NY Giants
38. David Patten vs. Arizona
39. Jerricho Cotchery at New England
40. Jerry Porter vs. Indianapolis
41. Reggie Brown at Dallas
42. Chris Chambers vs. Detroit
43. Ike Hilliard vs. Atlanta
44. Amani Toomer vs. Washington
45. Muhsin Muhammad at Minnesota