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Not really going by stats but how good I think they are right now (e.g. Harrison moves down some because he has a great QB like Peyton throwing to him, whereas I moved Roy Williams up some because he's got nothing around him in Detroit)
1) Chad Johnson
2) Steve Smith
3) Torry Holt
4) Marvin Harrison
5) Roy Williams
6) Andre Johnson
7) Larry Fitzgerald
8) Anquan Boldin
9) Terrell Owens
10) Plaxico Burress
Honorable Mention: Hines Ward, Santana Moss, Lee Evans, Marques Colston
Hous and Wayne both are really overrated so far. They look a lot better than they are because of Marvin and Chad AND have Peyton and Carson to throw them the ball. If you put either one of them on an average team as a #1 WR they would struggle, or be adequate at best. Guys like Ward, Chambers and Driver, to name a few off the top of my head, are much more valuable IMO.
1. Chad Johnson
Could work on his YAC, but otherwise is amazing. Makes great grabs, runs great routes. Works very hard.
2. Steve Smith
This guy can do it all. He breaks tackles, makes the guy miss, beats DBs deep. He even fights for the ball well, despite his size. His size is his downfall, but its no fault of his own.
3. Torry Holt
Great hands, great concentration, great consistency, great routes. Add all that with his athletic ability, its a nice combo.
4. Andre Johnson
Very balanced WR. Has good routes, great YAC, good blocker, great jumpball guy. The only thing missing is studly hands and a good QB (Maybe Schaub is the answer).
5. Marvin Harrison
Smart player. Runs great routes and has great hands. Despite being so old, he is so consistent. Really does benefit from having Peyton Manning as his QB.
6. Anquan Boldin
He doesnt make the flashy catches or the deep grabs, but this guy is SOLID. makes all the easy grabs and the tough ones and then is hardly stopped when he has the ball in his hands. He is so perfect for the WCO.
7. Roy Williams
Now heres a guy who makes the flashy catches. He has great athletcism and makes the tough grabs. Theres alot of talent in him not going to use with the Lions (isnt that new?)
8. Hines Ward
Total team player. Great possesion reciever and is the best blocking WR. His stats on the run heavy offense dont do justice to his ability.
9. Larry Fitzgerald
10. Reggie Wayne
Benefits with having Marrison across from him and has Peyton Manning throwing to him. I would like to see him on another team without Manning throwing to him.
"He's the leader of the next great class of NFL players." - John Elway on Matt Ryan