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Fantasy Football Week 14 Rankings: WR

Dec 10, 2009 – 12:30 PM
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There's no way you'd be able to guess the five receivers with the best average fantasy point total in their last three games. Go ahead and try, but there's no way. Since you probably peeked by this point, let's just go ahead and throw the names out there for discussion.

Robert Meachem. Percy Harvin. Calvin Johnson. Terrell Owens. Anquan Boldin.

Meachem was a relative no-name that has exploded in the second half, scoring touchdowns (seven total) in five straight games, including last week's 142-yard display. Harvin was a highly-touted rookie that's exceeded all expectations. Johnson/Megatron slumped, sat, and shone bright once again. Owens hit the waiver wire in most leagues and rewarded his second (or third, or fourth) team. Boldin has been as up-and-down as they come, scoring TDs in only three games this year.

What a list. Here's another.

Week 14 Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | DEF | K | Sleepers | Playoff Tips

1. Andre Johnson, HOU vs. SEA
2. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI at SF
3. Wes Welker, NE vs. CAR
4. Randy Moss, NE vs. CAR
5. Roddy White, ATL vs. NO
6. Anquan Boldin, ARI at SF
7. Marques Colston, NO at ATL
8. Derrick Mason, BAL at DET
9. Calvin Johnson, DET vs. BAL
10. Reggie Wayne, IND vs. DEN
11. Sidney Rice, MIN vs. CIN
12. Steve Smith, CAR at NE
13. Donald Driver, GB at CHI
14. Vincent Jackson, SD at DAL
15. Miles Austin, DAL vs. SD
16. Mike Sims-Walker, JAC vs. MIA
17. Brandon Marshall, DEN at IND
18. Robert Meachem, NO at ATL
19. Terrell Owens, BUF at KC
20. Chad Ochocinco, CIN at MIN
21. Donnie Avery, STL at TEN
22. DeSean Jackson, PHI at NYG
23. Greg Jennings, GB at CHI
24. Percy Harvin, MIN vs. CIN
25. Davone Bess, MIA at JAC
26. Jerricho Cotchery, NYJ at TB
27. Michael Crabtree, SF vs. ARI
28. Steve Smith, NYG vs. PHI
29. Nate Burleson, SEA at HOU
30. Santana Moss, WAS at OAK
31. Kenny Britt, TEN vs. STL
32. Lee Evans, BUF at KC
33. T.J. Houshmandzadeh, SEA at HOU
34. Pierre Garcon, IND vs. DEN
35. Jeremy Maclin, PHI at NYG
36. Steve Breaston, ARI at SF
37. Kevin Walter, HOU vs. SEA
38. Mark Clayton, BAL at DET
39. Brandon Gibson, STL at TEN
40. Devery Henderson, NO at ATL
41. Devin Thomas, WAS at OAK
42. Chris Chambers, KC vs. BUF
43. Santonio Holmes, PIT at CLE
44. Brian Hartline, MIA at JAC
45. Antonio Bryant, TB vs. NYJ
46. Laveranues Coles, CIN at MIN
47. Roy Williams, DAL vs. SD
48. Devin Hester, CHI vs. GB
49. Nate Washington, TEN vs. STL
50. Braylon Edwards, NYJ at TB
51. Hakeem Nicks, NYG vs. PHI
52. James Jones, GB at CHI
53. Mohamed Massaquoi, CLE vs. PIT
54. Torry Holt, JAC vs. MIA
55. Josh Morgan, SF vs. ARI
56. Mike Wallace, PIT at CLE
57. Kelley Washington, BAL at DET
58. Muhsin Muhammad, CAR at NE
59. Greg Camarillo, MIA at JAC
60. Earl Bennett, CHI vs. GB
61. Malcom Floyd, SD at DAL
62. Louis Murphy, OAK vs. WAS
63. Bernard Berrian, MIN vs. CIN
64. Jason Avant, PHI at NYG
65. Andre Caldwell, CIN at MIN
66. Joshua Cribbs, CLE vs. PIT
67. Mario Manningham, NYG vs. PHI
68. Johnny Knox, CHI vs. GB
69. Legedu Naanee, SD at DAL
70. Jordy Nelson, GB at CHI
71. Ted Ginn, MIA at JAC
72. Chaz Schilens, OAK vs. WAS
73. Mike Thomas, JAC vs. MIA
74. Austin Collie, IND vs. DEN
75. Patrick Crayton, DAL vs. SD

I'm not used to seeing our favorite acronym that low, but Mike Sims-Walker has done little in the last two weeks to inspire confidence. He has a solid matchup in Week 14, and I like his chances to rebound, but I'm past the point of thinking he's a must-start on every team.

There's a chance Terrell Owens was dropped in your league after a poor showing against the Jets last week, but he has it much easier this week and deserves to be started in his game against the Chiefs. Owens has a great rapport with new QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, and look for the dup to hook up several times (including once for a TD) on Sunday.

Pick up Davone Bess, and pick him up now.

Chris Chambers struggled in what was a great matchup on paper, and now he'll have to face the top-ranked Buffalo secondary. In Week 15, he could move back to the shadows should Dwayne Bowe return right to the starting lineup. Chambers is worth dumping in shallow leagues, and I'd take Bess over Chambers for the rest of the season.

Antonio Bryant has seen a resurgence in recent weeks, but now he must face the dominant Jets defense. Shutdown cornerback Darrell Revis usually takes one opposing receiver out of the game. The Buccaneers only have one competent receiver that needs to be covered. Who do you think will be shadowing Bryant all game? I'd pass on Bryant in all leagues.

Roy Williams has played much better in recent games, at least when the Cowboys are near the end zone. Call me a pessimist, but I still see the drop-crazy Williams returning at some point this season. The TD potential is there for Williams, but so is the zero-catch or one-catch game. Proceed with caution.
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