Production (and fantasy wise) this is my order:
Moss - TD production is phenomenal and can explode at any time. Has only had one somewhat off year.
Harrison - Combo of yards, catches and TDs have put him in the Top 2 or 3 just about every year for the last 5. He's somewhat down now but not enough for me to ignore so much past performance as to lower him any further.
TO - The thing about TO is that he's inconsistent and even though his production has been excellent through the first 3 games he is relying on the long ball a bit too much for my liking. His two biggest receptions against the Lions were coin tosses with the DB. IMO that kind of reception tends to be streaky in terms of frequency. Looking at past and present I see no way he can be ahead of either Harrison or Moss.
Ward - He has been SO consistent it's scarey. One detriment is that he slid a bit at the end of last season. Otherwise, I loved the comment I read (can't remember where?) that said that you could strap a cannon ball to his leg, give him a high school QB and he's still going to get six and eighty. He has been this good for a solid three years.
Holt - He had the big year last year but right now seems to be back to more typical production. He probably went ahead of Ward in just about every draft because people assumed that he would maintain his production from last year (a fair assumption). Since he has faltered a bit right now there is no way I can rank him ahead of Hines Ward.
CJ - Gimme more time on him as well and I can see him moving up while a guy like Harrison falls down.... eventually.
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