11. Andre Johnson, Hou – Johnson still remains a No. 1 fantasy receiver and the top target on the Texans, but a switch to a run first team has hurt his production.
12. Victor Cruz, NYG – With a healthy Hakeem Nicks back in the lineup, look for Cruz to shine. He’ll top 80 receptions, 1,100 yards and score 10 times.
13. Reggie Wayne, Ind - With Luck expected to take another step forward, Wayne will produce No. 1 fantasy WR numbers in his 13th season.
14. Hakeem Nicks, NYG – Nicks is a fantasy sleeper whose stock is on the upswing. If he remains healthy, a top 7 finish is attainable for the talented WR.
15. Marques Colston, NO - Colston’s a steady receiver who also posts low No. 1 numbers with Brees.
16. Jordy Nelson, GB - He saw his production drop in 2012 especially in the TD department. Nelson will be targeted heavily once again and plays with the best QB in the league. Look for a potential top 10 finish at season’s end.
17. Dwayne Bowe, KC – Most of Bowe’s troubles last year were due to poor QB play. Andy Reid’s system is pass first and Bowe will perform well with Alex Smith.
18. Danny Amendola, NE – The Pats brought him in to replace Wes Welker. That’s easier said than done. Amendola’s track record suggests he’s injury prone so he’s no more than a No. 2 / flex play until proven otherwise. Brady will make him better though.
19. Mike Wallace, Mia – QB Ryan Tannehill has a big arm, and Wallace is the best deep threat in the league.
20. Pierre Garcon, Was – He’s blessed to play with an incredibly accurate QB who should improve off of his stellar rookie season. If Garcon can remain healthy, look for some long TDs.
21. Steve Smith, Car - Another year in Newton’s development will help keep Smith a solid No. 2 FFL receiver at age 34.
22. Wes Welker, Den - Manning’s made a living out of using his slot receiver. Welker will be used heavily and his stock is higher in PPR leagues.
23. Torrey Smith, Bal - The entire Ravens offense is set to take a step back with WR Anquain Boldin gone and Dennis Pitta now hurt, but Smith’s on the upswing and will warrant flex play.
24. Greg Jennings, Min – Christian Ponder is Jenning’s biggest question mark. He is still a relatively young receiver with deep threat ability, but whether Ponder can get the ball to him will determine his success.
25. Antonio Brown, Pit – He is now firmly the No. 1 WR in Pittsburgh, and Brown and Roethlisberger have a solid rapport. His stock increases in PPR leagues.