Top 25 Receivers for Week 6

Top 5 No-brainers

1) Greg Jennings - The GreenBay WR, one of the top performers in 2008, is traveling to lowly Seatle this week. Expect him to continue to dominate secondaries as Jennings becomes an elite receiver in the NFL.
2) Larry Fitzgerald - A great pick no matter who he is playing. With the loss of Boldin, and an average Dallas secondary look for Fitzgerald to have a great week.
3) Santana Moss - Could the Redskins be the best team in the NFL? Moss is a big reason for their success. A trip to St. Louis makes Santana a prime fantasy player this week.
4) Terrell Owens - Lost a family member last week, and still put up great numbers. Expect a shootout in Dallas this week.
5) Brandon Marshall - Has established himself as an elite receiver in the League. Even though Denver is going to Jacksonville this week, look for the Denver Wide-out to put up at least 70 yeards and a TD.

10 Guarantees

6) TJ Housh - Somebody has to score for Cincy, right? A trip to the mediocre Jets will give TJ plenty of chances for points
7) Randy Moss - Even without Tom Brady, He's still Randy Moss. After a great performance last week, look for Matt Cassel and Moss' chemistry to flourish in the coming weeks.
8) DeSean Jackson - Already a top performer, look for Jackson to flourish with recent injury to Brian Westbrook.
9) Laveranues Coles - Coles should continue to perform well as the the Jets host the lowly Bengals this week in New York
10) Andre Johnson - Johnson is finally living up to the expectations he's been given. Expect a good week from the Houston WR
11) Mushin Muhammad - Jake Delhomme has returned to his old self. Putting up numbers from 2005. Expect Muhammad to have a great week, however, don't be surprised if Steve Smith has a slightly better one.
12) Calvin Johnson - Even though the Lions are heading to Minnesota this week, I still expect Johnson to get in the end zone at least once this week. He's worth a start if he's on your team.
13) Reggie Wayne - Wayne might not put up his usual numbers against a good Baltimor defense, but he is still one of the best receivers in the game. Manning will look his way on multiple occasions. Expect a decent game.
14) Donald Driver - The veteran receiver will perform well this week. He's put up good numbers all year. Expect them
to increase this week as the Packers face the Seahawks.
15) Plaxico Burress - Look for the NY receiver to return to his old self after missings last week. Purress is still the best receiver on one of the best teams in the League. He will score well against Cleveland's defense.

Best of the Rest

16) Roddy White - Great game last week, although Rookie QB Matt Ryan, and a trip to Chicago makes this a risky play
17) Matt Jones - Expect a good game from Jones, but look for Mike Walker to steal some receptionsl. Walker is worth a start in a deep league after a great game last week.
18) Devery Henderson - Look for the NO wide-out to continue his great play, especially vs. a horrible Raiders team.
19) Chris Chambers - He's performed well in San Diego under an ever-improving Philip Rivers. Questionable for Sunday's game he's worth a gamble if his condition improves.
20) Isaac Bruce - San Fransisco's best receiver is continuing to put up numbers. The ageless Bruce looks to continue his production against Philadelphia this week.
21) Jerricho Cotchery - Favre's favorite preseason receiver has been slightly ousted by Coles in the regular season. I expect Cotchery to have a great week vs. Cincy.
22) Antwan Randle El - The Redskins are playing incredible. QB Jason Taylor is meshing well with Randle El, and Moss. Expect good games from both receivers against a sub-par Rams defense.
23) Bernard Berrian - The number 1 Minnesota WR hosts Detroit this week. Nough said.
24) Steve Smith - Smith and Jake Delhomme have a great relationship. I expect a great game from Smith this week, as he returns to the lime light.
25) Greg Camarillo - Quickly becoming Pennington's favorite target look for the WR to have another solid week as the Dolphins square off against the Texans.

5 sleepers

a) Steve Breaston - The 49er's receiver has performed well in recent weeks. Cementing himself as the number two since Boldin's injury. Look for him to have a decent game in Dallas this week.
b) Lance Moore - With Marques Colston out Moore has become a viable option in NO. After a down week, expect good numbers as the Saints play the Raiders this week.
c) Brandon Stokley - Jay Cutler has become one of the elite QB's in the League. Stokley is worth a gamble, especially with rookie Eddie Royal listed as questionable for Sunday's game.
d) Kevin Walter - Houston WR is hosting Miami this week. Walter will put up good numbers as he emerges as the Texans's number two WR.
e) Chad Ocho Cinco - Just a hunch, but something tells me he gets in the end zone at least once this week vs. the Jets.

Author: Mark Peters
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