Only three weeks into the NFL offseason, we are already thinking about next season.
Many NFL teams feel like they are one good receiver away from being a complete team.
There are several young, unsigned free agent receivers on the market , as well as aging receivers with some play making ability still left in the tank.
Here are the top 20 explosive wide receivers with the potential to remake an offense.
Throughout his first two seasons in the NFL, Doucet's playing time has been limited due to various injuries, ranging from his ribs, to his ankle, to a hamstring injury.
However, many people around the league still believe Doucet has the potential to be a viable No. 2 or No. 3 receiver in the NFL if he can stay healthy.
In ten games for Arizona last season, Doucet caught just 26 catches for 291 yards.
Stuckey had a very nice season for Cleveland in 2010, catching 40 passes for 346 yards in limited playing time.
An excellent route runner with great speed, teams needing a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver should absolutely target Stuckey.
Moss, 34, is tied with Terrell Owens for the second most touchdowns of all-time, and he was believed to still be very much in his prime prior to last season. However, Moss was not quite as explosive in 2010 as in years past, and he was both traded and waived by teams in the middle of last season.
Probably the single biggest gamble of any player on this list, Moss may or may not re-emerge as a superstar in this league once again.
Although Legedu Naanee has never caught more than 24 passes in a single season, scouts continue to hype up his potential.
A San Diego Charger for his entire four-year career, Naanee is big and athletic with strong hands, and he is believed to have the potential to be a star in this league if given the opportunity.
Thus far in the NFL, Naanee has been an excellent third down receiver, as he is consistently able to gain extra yards on short passes.
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Laurent Robinson has played very well throughout his career when healthy. In 14 games last season, Robinson caught 34 passes and two touchdowns from rookie quarterback Sam Bradford.
Just 25-years-old, Robinson is still getting better and can be an important asset to a team needing one more solid receiver.
Last season, at age 37, Owens had a big year for Cincinatti, catching nine touchdown passes and putting up 983 receiving yards.
Towards the end of the season, however, Owens initiated a lot of drama around the Bengal's organization and missed essentially the last month of the season.
Similar to Moss, it is unclear whether Owens has any big years left in him, to go along with questions of whether any team would want him in their clubhouse.
Through the first four weeks of the season, Clayton was Sam Bradford's favorite target, as they connected for 22 completed passes for 300 yards and two touchdowns.
However, Clayton suffered a season-ending knee injury against Detroit in week 5 and that was the last we saw of him in 2010.
Clayton, who could be a legitimate No. 2 receiver, should be fully-recovered by the start of the 2011 season
Jones has had high expectations surrounding him throughout his career, but he has not quite lived up to the hype thus far.
After a disappointing start in 2010, Jones showed some promise in the Texans' final four games, catching 22 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown.
One of the quickest players in the NFL, it is likely that Jones will be signed to a big contract by a team in desperate need of a receiver.
After several St. Louis Rams' receivers went down with injuries, Amendola, in just his second season, went on to have a breakout year..
Amendola's 85 catches were the ninth most in the NFL last season. He can also be utilized as a kick returner and a punt retuner. as he actually led the league in all purpose yards last season.
Despite battling leg injuries each of the last two seasons, Sims-Walker still managed to catch 106 passes for Jacksonville, including 14 for a touchdown
Sims-Walker, entering his fourth season in the NFL, has yet to stay healthy over an entire season, and there are doubts of whether he can be reliable long term.
One of the most consistent wide receivers in the league over the last eight years, Moss had arguably his best season in 2010. In his only season catching passes from McNabb, Moss caught 93 passes and had 1115 receiving yards for the Redskins.
Now 31-years-old, there are doubts that Moss can play at a high level for much longer, but he appears to still have at least two or three big years left.
After a very nice season in 2008 in which Breaston caught 77 passes for 1006 yards, he has seen his production decrease each of the last two seasons. Much of this can be attributed to health issues, in particular a bad knee.
In a banged up 2010 season for Breaston, and without any reliable Arizona quarterback, Breaston still had 47 receptions and 718 receiving yards. It is unclear whether Breaston will be 100 percent going into 2011.
Despite missing five games due to a hamstring injury last season, Floyd still caught six touchdowns and had 717 receiving yards for San Diego.
Floyd, 29, has yet to have a breakout season, but has gotten each year.
A huge sleeper to be a Pro Bowler next season, Floyd will likely accept less money than most of the other talented free agent wide receivers
Jones has shown enormous potential over his four year career with the Packers, despite not being one of Green Bay's top go-to receivers.
Already with several signed wide receivers on their roster, Green Bay will likely let Jones leave via free agency.
Last season, Jones set career-highs with 50 receptions and five touchdowns.
Despite missing nine games due to injury over the last three seasons, Moore has caught 159 passes and 20 touchdown passes for in that span for New Orleans.
Moore, who had many of his best games when Reggie Bush was out with injury, is one of the more productive slot receivers in the league when healthy.
Smith has been the Giants' No. 1 receiver over the last two seasons, but he missed essentially the last eight games of 2010 with a left knee injury and is currently rehabbing from knee surgery.
The talented 25-year-old, 5'11" receiver may or may not be ready for the start of the 2011 season.
In 2009, Smith set career-highs with 107 receptions and 1220 receiving yards.
Last season, Edwards played very well with the Jets as their No. 2 receiver, going for 904 receiving yards and seven touchdown.
Still just 27-years-old, Edwards is both big and athletic, and he will be heavily sought after this off season.
Edwards had his best season in 2007, as he went for 1289 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns for Cleveland.
Although Jackson has never caught more than 68 passes in a single season, he is one of the most athletic wide receivers in the NFL, as well as a major deep threat every time he takes the field.
Jackson, who has spent his entire career as a Charger, is reportedly asking for a contract in the neighborhood of five years and $65 million dollars. However, for a team like St. Louis or Oakland that might be one elite wide receiver away from being a contender, it may be worth it.
Throughout Holmes' five year career, he has not only been very productive, but also incredibly clutch.
An excellent route runner, Holmes had 52 receptions and six touchdowns in only 12 games for the Jets in 2010, including three game winning touchdowns.
Best remembered for his amazing game winning touchdown in Super Bowl XLIII, Holmes is a special talent and will significantly improve any offense he plays on in 2011.
Just 24-years-old, Rice is a tremendous athlete with the size and speed to turn an average offense into a formidable one.
In 2010, Rice missed nine games due to a hip injury for the Vikings, but should be back in 2011 in full force.
Rice set career-highs in 2009 with 83 receptions, 1312 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.