1. Calvin Johnson - The way things are going right now, the only week Johnson won’t be ranked first is when Detroit is on a bye.
2. Demaryius Thomas - In a matchup of the two most exciting offenses, Thomas will be the best receiver on the field.
3. Dez Bryant - Found the end zone two weeks straight and every wideout has had a huge game against San Diego.
4. Brandon Marshall - Don’t bet against Marshall in what will be a high-scoring NFC North battle.
5. Julio Jones - He’s the early leader in receiving yards and the Pats haven’t faced a wideout this good all season.
6. A.J. Green - Joe Haden shuts down most receivers, but Green got the better of him in two games last season.
7. DeSean Jackson - This game will not feature much defense on either side. Vick to Jackson will be a popular connection Sunday.
8. Wes Welker - He’s scored a touchdown in all three games. Do I hear four straight against Philly? Yes.
9. Vincent Jackson - Bucs rookie Mike Glennon makes his first start Sunday. He’d be smart to feed Jackson, his best receiver.
10. Victor Cruz - Like all the Giants, his stats suffered last week. He will be fine as his team will be desperate Sunday.
11. Pierre Garcon - After what Denver receivers did to Oakland’s D, Garcon should be in line to do the same as RGIII’s top target.
12. Antonio Brown - Had a monster game on Sunday night, and the Vikings are a much friendlier matchup than the Bears.
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