Draft Dominance: 2010 Composite Fantasy Football Receiver Rankings

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Draft Dominance: 2010 Composite Fantasy Football Receiver Rankings
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There is little doubt that Randy Moss has produced well over his career, but what should you expect from him in 2010? Our composites suggest a top-two receiver ranking.

The wide receiver pool is long and full of both upside options and guys you shouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole.

As many receivers as there are, however, there are just as many ways to view their individual ability and value from a fantasy standpoint.

One such way is to combine a bunch of rankings from well-known and/or well-respected sources and create one super-rankings list factoring in the results.

As with composite rankings at QB and RB, we again used CBS Sportsline.com, ESPN.com, Foxsports.com, Yahoo.com, NFL.com, my own redraft rankings with player capsules and chinstrapninjas.com's sockonfl’s ranks with player capsules to develop the following composite list of the 83 best receivers.

Be sure to note, however, that some of the rankings used were not as up-to-date as the others, depending on how quickly each site has updated its own list of players and factored in offseason injuries, position battles, etc.

Therefore, the following rankings may see a little skewing compared to what you’d expect.

Also don’t forget to check out all our rankings, sleepers, and draft strategy articles located here.

Other composite ranks: QuarterbacksRunning Backs | Tight Ends | Kickers | Defenses

  1. Andre Johnson
  2. Randy Moss
  3. Larry Fitzgerald
  4. Reggie Wayne
  5. Roddy White
  6. Miles Austin
  7. Brandon Marshall
  8. Calvin Johnson
  9. DeSean Jackson
  10. Greg Jennings
  11. Marques Colston
  12. Anquan Boldin
  13. Steve Smith (CAR)
  14. Sidney Rice
  15. Steve Smith (NYG)

To view the rest of our top 83 receivers according to composite rankings, go here.

To check out our growing list of 2010 fantasy football strategies, advice, sleepers, rankings, etc, go here.

For all your hard-hitting fantasy football needs, go to www.chinstrapninjas.com

 

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