59 receptions, 795 yards, six touchdowns
Malcom Floyd has long been considered Mr. Reliable in the Chargers' passing game. Since 2010, Floyd has averaged more than 700 yards receiving and at least five touchdowns in each of the past three seasons.
The number that has gotten progressively bigger, however, is his number of receptions. Floyd caught 37 balls in 2010, then 43 in 2011 and a career-high 56 in 2012.
Assuming his recent injury scare doesn't cause him to miss extended time this season, Floyd should continue to be Philip Rivers' top target, especially with no Danario Alexander in the lineup.
43 receptions, 496 yards, three touchdowns
Despite a bust season last year, the Chargers appear to be moving forward with Eddie Royal and have faith that he'll make more of an impact in his second year in San Diego. Royal hasn't produced a decent stat line since 2010 (the last time he was healthy enough to play 16 games).
Injuries forced Royal to miss six games last year and four games the year before that. Last Saturday's trip to the hospital after a hard fall at practice isn't a reassuring sign for Royal, but even if he misses Week 1 as a result, this team still has a dire need for him from week to week.
A healthy Royal would double the above predicted stats, but he needs to prove he can be injury free. Mike McCoy knows what Royal is capable of when the receiver is at 100 percent, as he demonstrated in 2010 with 59 catches for 627 yards and three touchdowns when McCoy was Royal's offensive coordinator in Denver.
58 receptions, 736 yards, seven touchdowns
The long-awaited return of Brown in the regular season is getting closer. And it's crucial that he stays healthy in 2013, because the Chargers don't have too many receivers left on the depth chart after what happened to Alexander.
This year is supposed to be Brown's coming-out party after he was forced to miss all of last season with a broken ankle.
31 receptions, 370 yards, three touchdowns
Allen couldn't have have been drafted at a better time in San Diego.
The receiving corps is desperate for playmakers, and if the rookie Allen plays well early on, he could move up higher on the depth chart.
13 receptions, 221 yards, one touchdown
Assuming Meachem is kept in San Diego, it's difficult to predict that he'll do any better than he did last season with the Chargers.