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2010 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide Receivers 41-60



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2010 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 7):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100


  1. Anthony Armstrong, WR, Redskins. Bye: 9.
    Who is this Anthony Armstrong character? In the preseason opener, Armstrong saw two targets and scored a touchdown. Against Baltimore, Donovan McNabb threw to Armstrong five times, including once in the end zone. Armstrong caught four balls for 82 yards, including a 45-yard bomb in which he made a great adjustment to an underthrown pass. He also made an unbelievable catch later when he spun around to snag a ball thrown way behind him.

    Armstrong looks like the real deal. He blows by defenders and has great hands. Said Joe Theismann of the 5-10, 180-pound West Texas A&M product, "It's week, after week, after week. If you watched Anthony Armstrong in training camp, he made plays every day."

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 57 catches. 825 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 112.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 169.

  2. Brian Hartline, WR, Dolphins. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 28 UPDATE: Aside from Brandon Marshall, Brian Hartline led the Dolphins in targets with six against the Falcons. He came up with three grabs for 32 yards. He dropped a short, easy pass, but made up for it on the next play with a tough sideline reception. He left the game in the third quarter with an injury, but all the trainers did was ice his leg down. Hartline remains a solid late-round flier with upside.

    AUG. 3 UPDATE: Brian Hartline has been the starter across from Brandon Marshall in all of Miami's practices thus far. Hartline is a talented second-year receiver with plenty of upside, who will benefit from Marshall seeing constant double teams. He's someone to target in the final rounds of your fantasy draft.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: As a rookie, Brian Hartline notched 31 receptions, 506 yards and three touchdowns. In addition to having more experience, Hartline will benefit from Brandon Marshall's constant double teams. The former Buckeye has a ton of upside.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 56 catches. 825 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 112.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 168.

  3. Mike Thomas, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Mike Thomas is emerging as a solid PPR flex receiver. The second-year wideout saw eight targets from David Garrard at Tampa Bay, catching five balls for 30 yards. Garrard looked toward Thomas twice in the end zone. Thomas had a touchdown in his hands, but Buccaneers rookie safety Cody Grimm made a great play to break up the pass.

    AUG. 11 UPDATE: Mike Thomas has reportedly looked great in training camp this season and has solidified his status as a starting receiver across from Mike Sims-Walker. Thomas is worth drafting as a sleeper in the final rounds of deeper leagues.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: With Torry Holt gone, Mike Thomas is Jacksonville's new No. 2 receiver. As a rookie last year, Thomas caught 48 balls for 453 yards and a touchdown, including 13 receptions for 132 yards during the final two weeks of the regular season. He's worth a late-round flier.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 69 catches. 825 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 112.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 181.

  4. Jabar Gaffney, WR, Broncos. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Jabar Gaffney saw a whopping seven targets from Kyle Orton in the first half of the second preseason game, grabbing six of those balls for 98 yards. Gaffney came up with a seventh catch, but was slightly out of bounds. He now has been targeted 12 times in two preseason contests. Orton loves looking toward Gaffney, especially in the two-minute drill. Gaffney seems like he'll be what Eddie Royal should have been - a monstrous PPR receiver producing out of circumstance.

    AUG. 16 UPDATE: Kyle Orton didn't look toward Eddie Royal often, opting instead to target Jabar Gaffney and Brandon Lloyd five times each. Lloyd's a non-factor because he'll be on the bench once Demaryius Thomas comes back, but Gaffney appears to have picked up where he left off at the end of the 2009 campaign; he caught two balls for 37 yards.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: What a shame - had the Broncos not drafted Demaryius Thomas, Jabar Gaffney could have been a 2010 fantasy star. In the final two weeks of the 2009 season, Gaffney registered 21 receptions, 282 yards and two touchdowns. Unfortunately, Thomas will be utilized in the Brandon Marshall role instead of Gaffney - or at least that's what I think Josh McDaniels will do. McDaniels is far from conventional, so there's no telling what he's planning.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 75 catches. 875 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 111.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 186.

  5. Jerricho Cotchery, WR, Jets. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 29 UPDATE: Mark Sanchez's favorite target in the playoffs last year was Jerricho Cotchery. Cotchery unsurprisingly led all Jets wide receivers in targets (5) against the Redskins. He caught three passes for 25 yards. He's a solid option in PPR leagues.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: I just watched replays of this past January's playoff games, and I forgot how much Mark Sanchez relied upon Jerricho Cotchery toward the end of the season. Cotchery - not Braylon Edwards - was Sanchez's primary target in those contests. He caught six passes for 67 yards against the Bengals; a team-leading three balls for 25 yards versus the Chargers; and five passes for 102 yards at Indianapolis. After the San Diego game, Sanchez beamed when talking about Cotchery, noting how reliable he is.

    In his final six games of 2009, including those three playoff contests, Cotchery logged 29 receptions for 327 yards. He'll never be a big end-zone target and Santonio Holmes will take targets away, but Cotchery should still be a decent PPR receiver this season.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 67 catches. 875 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 111.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 178.

  6. Vincent Jackson, WR, Chargers. Bye: 10.
    JULY 1 UPDATE: Vincent Jackson has officially been suspended for three games. It's also likely that he'll be traded because he doesn't want to play for his reduced salary. If you take Jackson and he's traded to a quarterback-less team like Seattle, you're screwed. Washington and Chicago would be nice landing spots for him, but you're taking a big risk by drafting him.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: Vincent Jackson topped 100 receiving yards six times in 2009 en route to finishing with 68 receptions, 1,167 yards and nine touchdowns. Unfortunately, he's expected to be suspended for 2-4 games in the wake of pleading guilty to driving with a suspended license. If you get off to a 1-3 start because you're missing your WR2, your chances of making the fantasy playoffs could be compromised.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 47 catches. 810 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 111.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 158.



  7. Nate Burleson, WR, Lions. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Nate Burleson caught all three passes thrown to him at Denver, turning those catches into 19 yards. Burleson is the third or fourth option in Detroit's offense, but with defenses focused on stopping Calvin Johnson and Jahvid Best, Burleson is going to get open a lot. He could be a decent flex option in PPR leagues.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: Nate Burleson had a very solid 2009 campaign, catching 63 balls for 812 yards and three touchdowns. Though he's moving into a better offense, I wouldn't recommend drafting him. Burleson has a history of disappointing after signing new contracts. With $11 million guaranteed, it's highly unlikley that Burleson will be giving it his best this upcoming season. Let someone else deal with him.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 65 catches. 800 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 110.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 175.

  8. Devin Hester, WR, Bears. Bye: 8.
    Mike Martz says he has "big plans" for Devin Hester. I suppose that means Hester will be tasked to collect Jay Cutler's organs when they spill onto the field. In all seriousness, Hester could lead the team in receiving yardage, but his small frame means that he won't be a factor in the red zone. It's no coincidence that Hester has just eight offensive touchdowns in the past three seasons.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 65 catches. 925 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 110.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 175.

  9. Bernard Berrian, WR, Vikings. Bye: 4.
    AUG. 29 UPDATE: I was not impressed with Bernard Berrian. Berrian saw four targets, but converted just one of them for eight yards. He was also responsible for a pick-six. Fantasy owners are reaching for Berrian in their drafts because he's going to start this season. Don't fall into that trap. B-Twice just isn't that talented.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: With Sidney Rice out until the middle of November, Bernard Berrian will be pushed into the starting lineup. I have the feeling though that Berrian will be overdrafted; he's not a particularly good receiver.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 59 catches. 790 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 109.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 168.



  10. Louis Murphy, WR, Raiders. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 23 UPDATE: With Chaz Schilens and Darrius Heyward-Bey out of the lineup, Louis Murphy was the only Oakland receiver to be targeted more than once at Chicago. Murphy actually saw six balls thrown his way in one half, and he came up with three grabs for 53 yards. Murphy dropped a pass, but was otherwise pretty impressive. He's worth a shot as a late-round flier.

    AUG. 14 UPDATE: Louis Murphy took advantage of Chaz Schilens' absence and saw more targets than any other Oakland wideout in the preseason opener. Murphy came up with only one catch, but two of those targets were deep bombs that were nearly complete.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: It's a shame. Excluding Chaz Schilens, Louis Murphy is the most talented receiver on Oakland's roster, but he'll be playing behind Darrius Heyward-Bey because he doesn't make $40 million. I don't doubt that Murphy will eventually take over for DHB as a starter, but it'll take time. If you're patient, you could have a low-end WR3 or solid WR4 on your hands by November. I'd certainly pick up Murphy in the final few rounds of really deep leagues.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 55 catches. 775 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 107.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 162.

  11. Devin Aromashodu, WR, Bears. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Devin Aromashodu was a non-factor for the Bears in their second preseason contest. Aromashodu saw just one target, which came with 18 seconds remaining in the first half.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: Devin Aromashodu barely played last year, but really shined in the final four games of the season. In those contests, he caught 22 passes for 282 yards and four touchdowns. It was clear that Jay Cutler had a great rapport with Aromashodu, so I'm excited to see what a complete offseason together will do for the two players. Also remember who the new offensive coordinator is. Cutler will post monstrous fantasy numbers this year thanks to Mike Martz, and you can bet Aromashodu will be the recipient of a ton of targets.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 51 catches. 700 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 106.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 157.

  12. Jacoby Jones, WR, Texans. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 29 UPDATE: I was really encouraged by Jacoby Jones' involvement in Houston's third preseason game. Jones saw seven targets compared to Kevin Walter's three, catching five of them for 63 yards and a touchdown. I'm back on board for Jones being a high-upside late-round sleeper.

    AUG. 22 UPDATE: The Jacoby Jones hype is all but over. Jones wasn't part of the first-team offense, as Gary Kubiak opted to use him as the punt returner instead. Kevin Walter was the featured No. 2 receiver, and Jones focused on offense primarily in the second half.

    AUG. 15 UPDATE: The battle for the No. 2 receiving job was a lackluster one in the preseason opener; Matt Schaub targeted Kevin Walter once (16-yard catch) and Jacoby Jones zero times. Jones had an end-around for a loss of four yards. He was later targeted often by Dan Orlovsky, but it's not a good thing that he wasn't involved with the first-string offense.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: The Texans drafted Trindon Holliday because they want Jacoby Jones to focus on his receiving duties. With a 6-2, 210-pound frame, Jones figures to be a solid red-zone threat at the very least (he scored six touchdowns last year). Take a shot on him in the final few rounds of your fantasy draft.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 690 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 105.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 153.



  13. Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 13 UPDATE: Two words to describe Julian Edelman's performance against the Saints in the preseason opener: F***ing awesome. Edelman simply couldn't be tackled. He caught six balls for 90 yards and also chipped in with a 40-yard punt return. Tom Brady and the Patriots are in good hands if Wes Welker can't play.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: Wes Welker is expected to be hobbled until Thanksgiving, so Julian Edelman will play in the slot until then. Like Welker, Edelman won't score many touchdowns, but he'll post tons of receptions and prove to be a valuable commodity in PPR formats.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 68 catches. 800 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 98.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 166.

  14. Steve Breaston, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 6.
    Thanks to injuries and a slight decline from Kurt Warner, Steve Breaston saw his stats regress from 2008 (77 receptions, 1,006 yards, 3 TDs) to 2009 (55, 712, 3). As for 2010, there's good news and bad news. The good news is that Anquan Boldin is gone, so Breaston will receive more targets. The bad news is that Warner is gone as well. As I indicated in Larry Fitzgerald's capsule, the dropoff from Warner to Matt Leinart is a very significant one.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 65 catches. 780 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 96.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 161.

  15. Laurent Robinson, WR, Rams. Bye: 9.
    Laurent Robinson was off to a very good start to his 2009 campaign, catching 11 balls for 141 yards and a touchdown in the first two games of the season. Unfortunately, he suffered a fractured fibula and a high right ankle sprain in Week 3, and was done for the year. Dating back to April, Robinson was having difficulty making cuts. He could be fine for the 2010 opener, but his problem has always been his health. Robinson's a fine late-round flier, but don't be too disappointed if he lands on IR by mid-October.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 56 catches. 725 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 96.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 152.

  16. Brandon Lloyd, WR, Broncos. Bye: 9.
    SEPT. 3 UPDATE: Brandon Lloyd saw way more targets from Kyle Orton (4) than any other receiver. Lloyd caught one pass for 16 yards, but he's well worth a late-round flier with Demaryius Thomas struggling with injuries.

    AUG. 30 UPDATE: Where did this Brandon Lloyd character come from? He was essentially out of the league last year, but has really shined this preseason. He led Denver's receivers in targets (5) against the Steelers, catching four balls for 40 yards. He's worth a late-round flier and should produce as long as he's in the lineup, but could be headed to the bench if Demaryius Thomas ever gets healthy (which may not even happen this year).

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: Demaryius Thomas is out indefinitely, meaning Brandon Lloyd will see more action during the first half of the year. Lloyd has actually been solid this preseason and is worth a late-round flier, though I'd much rather have Jabar Gaffney and Eddie Royal.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 56 catches. 710 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 95.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 151.

  17. Austin Collie, WR, Colts. Bye: 7.
    Anthony Gonzalez is running behind Austin Collie as the Colts' slot receiver. Collie had a relatively great rookie campaign in 2009, and should be able to hold off Gonzalez.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 51 catches. 575 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 93.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 144.

  18. James Jones, WR, Packers. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 22 UPDATE: The second preseason contest was a disappointing one for James Jones. Donald Driver was out, which should have given Jones a chance to do some damage. Unfortunately, Jones was targeted just once - a quick pass at the line of scrimmage that went three yards for a first down. Of course, Aaron Rodgers' two drives are a small sample size, but it still was discouraging.

    JUNE 23 UPDATE: Donald Driver still isn't practicing. Driver had two knee scopes back in January, and at 35, he's not healing as quickly as he used to. If Driver continues to sit out, the talented James Jones will continue to impress. Jones is quickly becoming my favorite late-round sleeper; if he starts in Green Bay's offense, he'll post huge numbers.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: Packers.com recently revealed that Donald Driver had arthroscopic surgery on both of his knees following the 2009 season. If Driver struggles or suffers a setback, James Jones will be inserted into a high-powered offense and automatically becomes a major 2010 fantasy football sleeper.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 46 catches. 680 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 138.

  19. Lance Moore, WR, Saints. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 28 UPDATE: Since leading all Saints receivers in targets from Drew Brees in the preseason opener, Lance Moore has just a pair of targets in the previous two games. There's nothing wrong with Moore; Brees simply has too many people to throw to.

    AUG. 13 UPDATE: Interestingly, Lance Moore led all Saints receivers in targets from Drew Brees in the preseason opener. Once again, Moore is finally healthy and should reemerge as a heavily relied-upon weapon for Brees this season. He caught two passes for only 10 yards, but drew a pass interference flag on a deep bomb down the sideline.

    PREVIOUS UPDATE: This should be a rebound year for Lance Moore, who suffered though a multitude of nagging injuries last season. Moore won't come close to the 79 receptions he registered in 2008 because of Robert Meachem, but he should be good for anywhere between 40-55 catches.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 55 catches. 625 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 147.

  20. Joshua Cribbs, WR, Browns. Bye: 8.
    In addition to his four return touchdowns, Joshua Cribbs compiled 381 rushing yards on just 55 attempts and 20 catches for 135 receiving yards in 2009. He's worth drafting late if your league counts return scores.

    Projected 2010 Fantasy Stats: 440 rushing yards. 23 catches. 150 receiving yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2010 Fantasy Points: 89.
    Projected 2010 PPR Fantasy Points: 112.


2010 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 7):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100



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