Bye Weeks ()Â
Â 1. Steve Smith, Panthers (9)Â The most explosive receiver in the game.Â Smith can score from anywhere on the field.
Â 2. Torry Holt, Rams (7)Â The best receiver on the â€œGreatest Show on Turfâ€.
Â 3. Chad Johnson, Bengals (5)Â Johnson should be #1 on this listâ€¦â€¦just ask him.
Â 4. Randy Moss, Raiders (3)Â Moss is healthy so look out this season.
Â 5. Terrell Owens, Cowboys (3)Â Could be #1 on this listâ€¦.if I knew he would behave.
Â 6. Anquan Boldin, Cardinals (9)Â Plenty of passes to be split with Fitzgerald.
Â 7. Marvin Harrison, Colts (6)Â He keeps churning out great seasons.
Â 8. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals (9)Â Not as explosive as his partner in crime.
Â 9. Reggie Wayne, Colts (6)Â #2 in Indy, but would be #1 on most teams.
Â 10. Santana Moss, Redskins (8)Â Can score from anywhere on the field, at anytime.
Â 11. Donald Driver, Packers (6)Â Look for a Brett Favre rebound and Driver is his #1 guy.
Â 12. Derrick Mason, Ravens (7)Â Mason and McNair together again.
Â 13. Joe Horn, Saints (7)Â Brees will like throwing to this guy.
Â 14. Hines Ward, Steelers (4)Â Tough as nails, the Steelers go-to guy.
Â 15. Roy Williams, Lions (8)Â Kitna and Martz will be looking for him all day.
Â 16. Chris Chambers, Dolphins (8)Â Culpepperâ€™s new favorite receiver.
Â 17. Eric Moulds, Texans (5)Â Carr has been waiting for another elite wide-out.
Â 18. Keenan McCardell, Chargers (3)Â He just keeps on putting up good seasons.
Â 19. Lee Evans, Bills (8)Â Know the #1 receiver in Buffaloâ€¦..look out!
Â 20. Plaxico Burress, Giants (4)Â Has had some huge games for the Giants.
Â 21. Eddie Kennison, Chiefs (3)Â Has emerged as #1 WR for Chiefs.
Â 22. Joey Galloway, Bucs (4)Â Awesome comeback year last season.
Â 23. Andre Johnson, Texans (5)Â Canâ€™t double-team him anymore with Moulds around.
Â 24. David Givens, Titans (7)Â Very productive receiver in his career with the Patriots.
Â 25. Reggie Brown, Eagles (9)Â New #1 WR for Eagles.
Â 26. Rod Smith, Broncos (4)Â Aging, but still producing.
Â 27. Isaac Bruce, Rams (7)Â Heâ€™s healthy againâ€¦.look out.
Â 28. Terry Glenn, Cowboys (3)Â Coming off a good season.
Â 29. Drew Bennett, Titans (7)Â Will thrive as the #2 WR once again.
Â 30. Javon Walker, Broncos (4)Â If his knee is right, he will put up good numbers.
Â 31. Nate Burleson, Seahawks (5)Â Could be the #1 WR for the Seahawks if Jacksonâ€™s knee keeps bothering him.
Â 32. Deion Branch, Patriots (6)Â #1 WR, but Brady spreads the ball around.
Â 33. Mushin Muhammad, Bears (7)Â Need someone on the other side to loosen up the coverage.
Â 34. Braylon Edwards, Browns (6)Â Back early from his knee injury, is good with Frye.
Â 35. Darrell Jackson, Seahawks (5)Â Would be higher but his knee is bugging him.
Â 36. Michael Clayton, Bucs (4)Â Heâ€™s looking to rebound from sub-par year and is looking good in camp.
Â 37. Donteâ€™ Stallworth, Saints (7)Â Brees will light a fire under this guy.
Â 38. Keyshawn Johnson, Panthers (9)Â Will get single coverage all the time.
Â 39. Joe Jurevicius, Browns (6)Â Big target in the Red Zone.
Â 40. Laveranues Coles, Jets (9)Â Penningtonâ€™s favorite receiver.
Â 41. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Bengals (5)Â #2 guy in Cincy.
Â 42. Brandon Stokley, Colts (6)Â Best #3 WR in the league.
Â 43. Jerry Porter, Raiders (3)Â Where will he be playing this year?
Â 44. Ernest Wilford, Jaguars (6)Â Looking like the #1 guy in camp.
Â 45. Troy Williamson, Vikings (6)Â Has huge upside due to his blazing speed.
Â 46. Kevin Curtis, Rams (7)Â Second best #3 WR in league.
Â 47. Amani Toomer, Giants (4)Â More of a possession receiver at this point in his career.
Â 48. Koren Robinson, Vikings (6)Â Good deep threat.
Â 49. Matt Jones, Jaguars (6)Â Battling for the #1 job in camp.
Â 50. Mark Clayton, Ravens (7)Â Will benefit from playing with an NFL QB this year.
Â 51. Eric Parker, Chargers (3)Â Starting wide-out that is a little better than average.
Â 52. Corey Bradford, Lions (8)Â Has the speed to stretch the defense at Ford Field.
Â 53. Antonio Bryant, 49ers (7)Â Went for over 1,000 yards last season in Cleveland.
Â 54. Marty Booker, Dolphins (8)Â Possession receiver for Fins.
Â 55. Brandon Lloyd, Redskins (8)Â Playing with a real QB now.
Â 56. Reche Caldwell, Patriots (6)Â One of the guys Brady will spray the ball around to.
Â 57. Greg Lewis, Eagles (9)Â Somebody has to catch McNabbâ€™s passes.
Â 58. Samie Parker, Chiefs (3)Â Has the speed to stretch the field.
Â 59. Michael Jenkins, Falcons (5)Â Falcons donâ€™t pass much.
Â 60. Roddy White, Falcons (5)Â Falcons donâ€™t pass much.
Â 61. Robert Ferguson, Packers (6)Â Has a slight hold on a starting position.
Â 62. Cedrick Wilson, Steelers (4)Â Possession receiver for a running team.
Â 63. Jerricho Cotchery, Jets (9)Â Possession receiver is running with the first team.
Â 64. Ashley Lelie, Broncos (4)Â Could move up this list with a bullet if traded to the right team.
Â 65. Antwan Randle El, Redskins (8)Â Exciting player, but doesnâ€™t score many points.
Â 66. Santonio Holmes, Steelers (4)Â Moves up this list if he can beat out Cedrick Wilson.
Â 67. Doug Gabriel, Raiders (3)Â Moves up this list after Jerry Porter gets traded.
Â 68. Dante Hall, Chiefs (3)Â If Edwards is really gonna make him his #3 WR, then he moves up the list.
Â 69. Travis Taylor, Vikings (6)Â Solid #3 WR for the Vikings.
Â 70. Marcus Robinson, Vikings (6)Â Very good in the Red Zone.
Â 71. Keary Colbert, Panthers (9)Â Will rebound from down season last year.
Â 72. Chris Henry, Bengals (5)Â Pure talent that just needs a few more passes thrown his way.
Â 73. Chad Jackson, Patriots (6)Â Has the talent to beat out Caldwell for starting position.
Â 74. Ronald Curry, Raiders (3)Â Was just coming around when he blew out his knee last year.
Â 75. Bobby Engram, Seahawks (5)Â Nothing flashy, but solid.
Â 76. Sinorice Moss, Giants (4)Â Not as good as his brotherâ€¦..yet.
Â 77. Bryant Johnson, Cardinals (9)Â Gets scraps from the table.
Â 78. Shaun McDonald, Rams (7)Â Very good wide-out on a very deep team.
Â 79. David Boston, Bucs (4)Â This is not a misprint.Â Heâ€™s blowing people away in camp.
Â 80. Greg Jennings, Packers (6) Could give Ferguson a run for his money.
Â 81. Derek Hagan, Dolphins (8)Â Rookie is looking good in camp.
Â 82. Travis Wilson, Browns (6)Â Another rookie thatâ€™s making a good impression.
Â 83. Ike Hilliard, Bucs (4)Â Not much left in the tank.
Â 84. Devery Henderson, Saints (7)Â Could be the year he breaks out of his shell.
Â 85. Glen Martinez, Lions (8)Â A Mike Martz favorite.
Â 86. Derrick Armstrong, Texans (5)Â #3 WR.
Â 87. Dennis Northcutt, Browns (6)Â Having a battle for his #3 spot.
Â 88. Justin McCareins, JetsÂ (9)Â In Coach Manginiâ€™s doghouse.
Â 89. Kelly Campbell, Dolphins (8)Â Deep threat from Culpepperâ€™s past.
Â 90. Jabar Gaffney, Eagles (9)Â Switches cities, but still a #3 WR.
Â 91. Kassim Osgood, Chargers (3)Â Could be #3.
Â 92. Patrick Crayton, Cowboys (3)Â Could be #3 if healthy.
Â 93. Rod Gardner, Packers (6)Â Looks like #4 guy in GB.
Â 94. Reggie Williams, Jaguars (6)Â #1 job was open, but he doesnâ€™t look like he wanted it.
Â 95. Darius Watts, Broncos (4)Â Still having problems with drops.
Â 96. Peerless Price, Bills (8)Â Bills are grasping at straws.
Â 97. Antonio Chatman, Bengals (5)Â Has a chance at the #3 job.
Â 98.Â Troy Brown, Patriots (6)Â Old reliable.
Â 99. Wes Welker, Dolphins (8)Â He does a little of everything.
100. Brandon Jones, Titans (7)Â Did ok as a rookie.
101. Roydell Williams, Titans (7)Â Had almost identical numbers that Jones did last year.
102. Josh Reed, Bills (8)Â Put up or shut up time for Reed.
103. Todd Pinkston, Eagles (9)Â The man with alligator arms.
104. Vincent Jackson, Chargers (3)Â Getting a chance this year.
105. Dane Looker, Rams (7)Â Possession receiver.
106. James Thrash, Redskins (8)Â Low on the depth chart.
107. David Patten, Redskins (8)Â Below Thrash on the depth chart.
108. Tim Carter, Giants (4)Â Good speed, but little chance.
109. David Tyree, Giants (4)Â Good speed, but little chance.
110. Terrance Wilkins, Colts (6)Â Any Colt is worth mention.
111. Andre Davis, Bills (8)Â Played with Holcomb on Browns.
112. Mike Williams, Lions (8)Â First round bust.
113. Mark Bradley, Bears (7)Â Second year wideout on a running team.
114. Clarence Moore, Ravens (7)Â Wins jump balls.
115. Kelley Washington, Bengals (5)Â Is a good wide-out but has problems staying healthy.
116. Justin Gage, Bears (7)Â Bears getting tired of waiting for him.
117. Brandon Williams, 49ers (7)Â Rookie could catch a few.
118. Tim Dwight, Jets (9)Â Always fun to watch play.
119. Quincy Morgan, Steelers (4)Â Good speed but hands of stone.
120. Demetrius Williams, Ravens (7)Â Rookie could get a few grabs.
121. Skyler Green, Cowboys (3)Â Rookie could battle for #3 WR position.
122. Jerome Pathon, Falcons (5)Â Could be Falcons #3 WR.
123. Troy Edwards, Jaguars (6)Â Edwards back to the scene of his best year.
124. Derrick Hamilton, 49ers (7)Â Could be #3 WR for 49ers.
125. Brad Smith, Jets (9)Â Converted QBâ€¦..could catch aÂ few.
126.Â Charles Rogers, Lions (8)Â Just trying to stick in the NFL now.