Even though number one receivers get most of the fame, glory and money, number two's can be just as important to your fantasy team. Sometimes even more important
In PPR leagues last year, Wes Welker was worth more than Randy Moss. He fed off of Moss' double coverage and deep routes to get open underneath and become Matt Cassel's crutch.
Welker's 100+ catches each of the past two seasons were uncanny, so he hasn't been included in this list. He's seen as a top 15 wideout in every draft, ahead of over half of the actual number 1's.
So after Welker, what number 2's will you be drafting this year? Here's my take...