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BYE WEEK: 7
After a promising 2008 Johnson looked more like Megan Fox than Megatron in '09, but help is on the way. Having a threatening complement of receivers (see: Nate Burleson and Tony Scheffler) ought to keep double teams to a minimum. It's also likely that passing will be a preference this year, with Detroit's backfield manned by the rehabbing Kevin Smith and the rookie Jahvid Best.
9 Brandon MARSHALL DOLPHINS
BYE WEEK: 5
Bill Parcells couldn't have presented Chad Henne with a more useful aid to his development than Marshall, who had more than 100 catches in each of the last three seasons, in Denver, while scoring more TDs (23) than the entire Miami receiving corps (18). Minor off-season arthroscopic hip surgery doesn't seem to be a concern to Marshall or his new bosses, and shouldn't be to you, either.
10 Greg JENNINGS PACKERS