• I can see Anthony Gonzalez doubling his numbers from last season now that Marvin Harrison isn't in Indianapolis anymore.
• The Eagles like to spread the ball around, which is generally bad for owners of a receiver on such a team. But Philly's offense is so good that it's worth buying into, and DeSean Jackson is the team's most dangerous wideout.
• Brandon Marshall is a top five talent, but if you don't think a player's immaturity can kill a fantasy team, just ask owners who had Plaxico Burress last year.
• Eddie Royal, on the other hand, will benefit anytime Marshall falls into disfavor, and he'll also be helped by Denver's coaching change. He's a Wes Welker type who should catch a lot of balls in former New England coordinator Josh McDaniels's offense.
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• Percy Harvin is a guy I'll want. He could be the player everyone thought Reggie Bush would be—a speedster who will get the ball in a variety of situations and go all the way.
• Braylon Edwards had 16 TDs in 2007. He had a league-high 16 drops in '08. That'll sink you in the rankings. Yes, it will.
• The ultimate tear-your-hair-out receiver: Devery Henderson. He has good season stats, but he's so boom or bust from game to game that you're afraid to play him. I would bet he leads all receivers in points scored while sitting on fantasy benches.
• When you get down this low on the list, it's time to take a chance on a guy like Ted Ginn, who has tremendous upside. He's the Dolphins' No. 1 receiver, and while he didn't do much in his first two seasons, remember that he came into the league very raw as a route runner. The third year is when it clicks for many receivers.
• Earl Bennett caught zero passes in 10 games as a rookie, but he could be set to move up in Chicago's thin receiving corps now that Jay Cutler, Bennett's college teammate at Vanderbilt, is the Bears' new QB.