1. Chad Johnson Bengals: ” Ocho Cinco” had solid numbers last year but lots of them came from a two week stretch. But with Carson Palmer fully healthy Johnson should be ready to roll. Expect around 1600 yards and 8 touchdowns.
2. Steve Smith Panthers: Smith is one of the most explosive receivers in the NFL and a hamstring injury hurt his production the first couple weeks of the season. He should get back to full health this year and put up huge numbers expect around 1500 yards and 9 touchdowns.
3. Marvin Harrison Colts: Harrison is as consistent as you can get in fantasy football. He always puts up 1000 yards seasons with 10 plus touchdowns. Don’t expect him to slow down this season. Expect around 1300 yards and 12 touchdowns.
4. Torry Holt Rams: Holt is one of the best receivers in fantasy football as he always puts up huge numbers and double digit touchdowns. Expect 1400 yards and 10 touchdowns.
5. Reggie Wayne Colts: Wayne has gone from the other receiver on the Colts to a stud as he got his first pro bowl birth after a huge season. He should continue to build on that and expect around 1200 yards and 10 touchdowns.
6. Terrell Owens Cowboys: T.O. is a touchdown machine as he is always a lock for double digit touchdowns. If he improves and doesn’t drop as many passes he should be one of the top fantasy receivers this season. Expect around 1100 yards and 14 touchdowns.
7. Larry Fitzgerald Cardinals: Fitzgerald had a solid season considering he missed a couple games to injury but with a new head coach he should do much better. Plus there won’t be any double teams considering Anquan Boldin is on the other side of him. Expect around 1200 yards and 12 touchdowns.
8. Anquan Boldin Cardinals: Boldin should improve on his 2006 campaign now that that Matt Leinart is more experienced and Fitzgerald is back from injury. Expect around 1300 yards and 8 touchdowns.
9. Roy Williams Lions: Williams had a big season last year and should look to build on that now that he has another deep threat on the opposite side of him in Calvin Johnson. So less double teams and playing from behind most of the time should make for a good fantasy wide out. Expect around 1400 yards and 7 touchdowns.
10. Javon Walker Broncos: Walker proved he was fully healthy from injury after he had a 1000 yard campaign and showed he was the go-to-guy for the Broncos. Jay Cutler loves to throw deep and Walker knows how to go up and get it. Expect around 1100 yards and 6 touchdowns.