1. Marvin Harrison. Is there really any doubt? He's unstoppable. You know if he gets you low point total one week, he's damn sure going to get you 25 the next.
2. Randy Moss. It's official: He's mature and has grown up. No more off the field drama, just 100% on the field domination.
3. Koren Robinson. I'm sure many are laughing at reading this, but odds are you'll be crying playing against him any time over the next 8 weeks. Did you see how many looks this guy got on Sunday? And with 2 ugly drops from D-Jax, including 1 in the end zone, K-Rob's looks should only increase. The cornerbacks he'll face the rest of the way are almost laughable. Holmgran has said K-Rob is the best young receiver he's ever been around, and IIRC, he was the OC in San Fran with a young Jerry Rice.
4. IF HE STAYS HEALTHY, Eric Moulds. I saw him get hurt Sunday and swore he'd miss a month. But reports say he's playing Sunday. If he doesn't miss a significant amount of time, how can he not be top 5? The man is amazing and always puts up great stats.
5. Amani Toomer. Simple formula here. He's the #1 WR on an offense that throws a lot, and he's talented enough to beat most double teams and top notch CB's in the NFL. The bad defense should create some shootouts too, Toomer equals top 5 to me.
6. Torry Holt. Isaac Bruce draws a lot of coverage away from Holt. In this offense, Holt's typical games the rest of the way will look like this: 9 catches, 110 yards, 1 TD, occasionally exceeding this, occasionally below this. He seems to have a great chemistry with Bulger.
7. Laverneus Coles. A rule of thumb is that WR's always struggle their first years with a new team. Learning a brand new offense is very hard at the WR spot. Well, he took that rule of thumb and amputated it. He is the surprise of the year in my book. His young QB is still experiencing some growing pains, and Coles has still been able to put up great numbers. It should only get better as the season goes on.
8. Terrell Owens. I don't like him, I wouldn't want him, and I'd be afraid if I had him. Nonetheless, odds are he finishes the year a top 10 WR and I'd be foolish to leave him off the list. Too much talent.
9. Chad Johnson. I want to put him higher, and he will be if Kitna starts 16 games, but I just don't know how good or bad Carson Palmer will be when he gets in. If he looks just as good as Leftwich did Sunday, Chad Johnson will be top 5. If he looks like a typical rookie QB, CJ will have some trouble finishing top 10.
10. Hines Ward. The Pitt situation worries me, but he's been pretty consistant and I'm sure he'll get solid numbers the rest of the way.