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In each of the past three years Wayne and Larry Fitzgerald are the only receivers to rank in the top five in catches, yards and touchdowns. Yet Wayne, who was the top fantasy wideout for most of 2009, is rarely among the top three wideouts drafted. Now 31, he still has two or three elite fantasy seasons left, so don't make the mistake of passing him up.
5 Sidney RICE VIKINGS
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One reason not to worry about all those other receiving options in Minnesota—Bernard Berrian, Percy Harvin, Visanthe Shiancoe—is that Rice makes the best out of every touch. His 15.8 yards per catch in 2009 is an alltime single-season best by a Viking with more than 80 catches. That aside, Rice is a crapshoot if Brett Favre retires. He averaged 23 catches per season before Favre's arrival.
6 DeSean JACKSON EAGLES