13. Steve Smith (Car)- Matt Moore is an unknown, but Smith has proven it doesn’t really matter who is throwing to him.
14. Anquan Boldin- Boldin finally gets to be “the man” in Baltimore’s offense, a welcome change for himself and for Ravens fans. There are obvious upsides and downsides to leaving Fitzgerald and the Cardinals, but I think his value remains about the same.
15. Hakeem Nicks- If he stays healthy, Nicks will end the year as the Giants #1 fantasy receiver. I’m willing to gamble.
16. Chad Ochocinco- He’s still talented, and I can’t see him not improving over last year’s numbers, especially with TO in the fold.
17. Steve Smith (NYG)- In Point Per Reception leagues, he is much more valuable. Either way, he’s Eli’s favorite target and should eclipse 1,000 yards and score five times.
18. Michael Crabtree- Missing half of last year hurts, but he has #1 WR skills and could break out this year.
19. Mike Sims-Walker- He came out of nowhere last year, but with no other legitimate receiving threats (besides MJD), defenses will look to lock him down.
20. Dwayne Bowe- A full season of Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones should open up the passing game. Bowe is a threat to reach 1,000 yards and 8 TD.
21. Jeremy Maclin- There’s a chance he could end the year as receiver 1B for the Eagles.
22. Robert Meachem- You never know who Drew Brees is going to favor on any given week. Meachem is a talented young receiver who will score some touchdowns, but his week to week production will be up and down.
23. Percy Harvin- His quick strike ability will mean that he can break off a big play at any point. His migraine issues are concerning, but the Vikings think they can keep them under control.
24. Pierre Garcon- He’s as fast as they come and is a great deep threat. Unfortunately, he’s behind Wayne and Clark on Peyton Manning’s list of Super Friends, and he’ll have to beat out Austin Collie and Anthony Gonzalez as well.