Andre Johnson, Texans—The complete opposite of a diva, Jonson goes about his business quietly and is consistently one of the best receivers in the business. He's starting to get some recognition, currently leading the NFL in receiving.
Reggie Wayne, Colts—It's a lot easier to be a receiver when you quarterback is Peyton Manning, but Wayne has pulled his share of the load as well without many proven skill players on offense to take attention away from him.
Vincent Jackson, Chargers—A raw player with great size coming out of Northern Colorado, Jackson has developed into a complete receiver and is one of the league's elite, despite being somewhat underrated like his quarterback.
Randy Moss, Patriots—Moss has received slack for lack of effort at times this year, but he's still one of the AFC's most productive receivers and has as much talent as anyone.
Sidney Rice, Vikings—Rice certainly benefits from great talent all around him, but he's played extremely well and has done a good job coming down with some of Brett Favre's wild passes.
Miles Austin, Cowboys—A former undrafted free agent who has been developed for four years now, Austin has broken out as a legitimate playmaker. He has reliable hands and is a big, physical receiver, giving Tony Romo the quiet No. 1 target he's needed for so long.
DeSean Jackson, Eagles—Not just an electrifying returner, Jackson seems to score a long touchdown from Donovan McNabb once a game. In just his second year, he has become one of the top playmakers in the NFL.
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals—Fitzgerald miraculously avoided the Madden curse [/sarcasm] and continues to be one of the best all-around receivers in the NFL.