Fantasy Football Midseason Report Cards: Grading the Top 25 WRs

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Fantasy Football Midseason Report Cards: Grading the Top 25 WRs
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Running backs and quarterbacks might be more valuable, but decent wide receivers are still necessary for fantasy football success and are definitely more important than tight ends, kickers and defenses.  

Receivers are to fantasy football what outfielders are to fantasy baseball—the pool of players is so deep and talented that owners normally focus on other positions early in their drafts. 

But you cannot win fantasy leagues with a couple of scrubs as your wideouts, even if your backs are Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice.   

So here is a look at my preseason top 25 wide receivers and how all of them are faring as we reach the halfway point in the 2010 campaign. 

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