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With Antonio Bryant providing a deep threat on the other side of the field, Ochocinco should end up working a few more possession-type routes this year. Assuming Carson Palmer comes into 2010 healthy (or at least healthier), more catches and red zone opportunities are likely for the artist formerly known as Chad Johnson, even if his yards per catch suffers a bit.
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The good news—and the bad—about Colston is that he has Drew Brees throwing to him. While Brees is highly efficient, he also likes to spread the ball around, which explains why Colston, the team's leading receiver, caught just 70 balls last year. Though he's a long shot to ever approach his 2007 numbers, Colston is a safe stat stuffer who'll also get you touchdowns.
14 Vincent JACKSON CHARGERS