Steve Smith – 95 Bounced back from a subpar campaign in 2010, and found his way in every fantasy football starting lineup. Thanks, Cam.
Marques Colsten – 92 Once a seventh-round draft pick, now a house hold name. Consistent hands, and a big target for one of the most accurate passers in the league.
Roddy White – 91 A good player, in a good offense, with a good quarterback throwing to him. With weapons all around, expect Roddy White to peak this season.
Vincent Jackson – 91 This beast is yet another San Diego Charger product to slip to the NFC South (Drew Brees, Michael Turner, Darren Sproles, Mike Tolbert, and now Vincent Jackson.) He was Philip Rivers’ favorite target for a reason. He is fast and towers over corners. He will have a huge season.
Julio Jones – 90 He has the physical tools to be one of the best in the league- very soon. He and Roddy White will both go over 1,000, making them the best 1-2 punch at wide receiver in the NFC South.
Brandon Lafell – 81 Lafell has totaled over 1,000 yards in his first two seasons as the number three option at best on the offense. He had the longest play of the season with a 91 yard scamper on a deep post.
David Gettis – 81 Look for Gettis to come back strong from his torn ACL a year ago… hopefully. He will make a push to be the starter opposite of Smith. He had a breakout rookie season just two years ago with Jimmy Clausen throwing to him.
Harry Douglas – 80 Look out for this guy. Douglas is probably the most underrated wide receiver in the NFC. He has lethal quickness and play-making abilities. He will prove to be an unfair weapon for the Flacons, as he can score at will on screen plays given the other threats on the field.
Arrelious Benn – 79 Benn has been an athletic, up and coming player. Only time will tell if he can make that next step as a productive number two guy for years to come. The Bucs have a lot of people auditioning for that act.
Lance Moore – 78 Moore is just solid. He runs the deep route, and Brees throws it his way. He will out produce some of the players rated ahead of him, simply because of the man throwing to him.
Devery Henderson – 77 The same applies for Devery Henderson. These guys just get perfectly thrown balls at the perfect time.
Mike Williams – 75 Mike Williams had an opportunity to start last season and will likely find himself somewhere between the number 2 guy, and being a practice squad guy.