These are, in my opinion, the top 15 fantasy football wide receivers in point-per-reception format leagues.
These rankings are based on last season's statistics as well as expectations for the upcoming season.
Keep in mind that these rankings are for leagues with PPR scoring, so receivers with more catches have more value than in standard scoring leagues.
85 REC, 689 YDS, three TD; 1,594 RetYds
Amendola would be higher in these rankings if I didn't think a healthy Mark Clayton would be returning to the Rams receiving corps.
Still, Amendola will see his fair share of targets, most of which he catches, and the return yards will be a big bonus for fantasy owners.
65 REC, 964 YDS, 11 TD
Williams took the NFL by storm in his inaugural season.
He was tied for third in the NFL in touchdowns, and it didn't take long for him and quarterback Josh Freeman to develop a chemistry.
With a year of experience in the books, Williams' numbers can only increase.
82 REC, 1,073 YDS, 10 TD
Johnson was another receiver that surprised the league last year. And he didn't have the likes of a Josh Freeman throwing to him; he had Ryan Fitzpatrick.
I see Johnson kind of has what Lee Evans used to be, except he catches more balls, doesn't have as much speed and blames God for dropping passes in the end-zone. Nevertheless, Johnson makes his money in the red zone, where he was targeted 17 times last season.
Don't be surprised if Johnson's success continues this season.
84 REC 1,023 YDS, seven TD
Colston had a relatively quiet season in 2010 but still posted some respectable numbers.
The bottom line for Colston is when you're the favorite target of Drew Brees, fantasy owners are not going to be disappointed.
71 REC, 868 YDS, five TD; 933 KRYDS, one TD
This offseason has been very kind to Harvin.
Harvin will undoubtedly be the No. 1 option for McNabb in Minnesota. His numbers should increase across the board.
60 REC, 1,257 YDS, 10 TD
Wallace would probably be ranked higher if these weren't PPR rankings.
Hines Ward is old and drinking while driving while Wallace is taking over the reigns as Ben Roethlisberger's favorite go-to-guy.
Wallace is the deep threat of deep threats and a touchdown machine. There's no doubt he should be a top 10 receiver this season.
69 REC, 1,041 YDS, seven TD
Unfortunately for Austin owners, Tony Romo broke his collarbone last season, and Jon Kitna's favorite target was Jason Witten.
Austin's success really depends on Romo's right shoulder. If Romo can stay healthy Austin can be a top five PPR wideout.
79 REC, 1,052 YDS, 11 TD
Manning to Nicks became about as common of a connection as Manning to Wayne last season.
You'd like to see more receptions, but the touchdowns make up for it.
90 REC, 1,137 YDS, six TD
Fitzgerald is in the same boat as Harvin this season. He just went from having John Skelton throwing to him to catching passes from Kevin Kolb, not to mention the fact that Steve Breaston was just traded.
If Kolb and Fitz can develop a quick rapport during training camp and preseason, expect Larry to return to his old form.
76 REC, 1.256 YDS, 12 TD
How can you not like the favorite target of Aaron Rodgers? Jennings, like Wallace, doesn't catch a high amount of passes but makes up for it in yards and touchdowns.
The question mark for Jennings is if Packers tight end Jermichael Finley will come back healthy and stay healthy.
If Finley is healthy, Jenning's numbers will go down, but not too much, he's still an elite fantasy receiver.
72 REC, 1,162 YDS, 15 TD
The only number you need to know concerning Bowe is 15. That's how many touchdowns Bowe hauled in last season. He was arguably the most pleasant surprise in all of fantasy football in 2010.
It will be hard for him to duplicate those numbers, especially with another deep threat in Steve Breaston coming to town, but Bowe will still get his 1,000 yards and double-digit touchdowns.
77 REC, 1,120 YDS, 12 TD
Obviously, the touchdowns are Johnson's big moneymaker. A good amount of those scores come just from out-jumping defenders in the end zone.
Nevertheless, whoever is throwing to him, Calvin Johnson is still a top five fantasy wideout.
111 REC, 1,355 YDS, six TD
Despite the low TD totals, Mr. Consistency was still a PPR giant last season, finishing second in catches and third in yards.
There are some questions for Wayne this season with Dallas Clark and Austin Collie coming back at full healthy, ideally. Still, he's basically a lock for 100 catches and 1,000 yards.
Let's just hope he can get a few more scores.
115 REC, 1,389 YDS, 10 TD
Thanks to Andre Johnson missing three games, White can easily be considered the No. 1 PPR fantasy receiver from last season.
His 115 catches led all receivers, and the 10 TD were tied for fourth.
I could swap White for Johnson on this list and not feel bad about it.
86 REC, 1,216 YDS, eight TD
Johnson didn't play in three games last season and still racked up the above numbers.
He's as consistent as they come for receivers and is perennially dominant in the fantasy realm.
He's my No. 1 receiver assuming he plays all 16 games this season.