NFL Receivers: Top 10

Daren lewisCorrespondent IDecember 24, 2009

TAMPA, FL - FEBRUARY 01:  Santonio Holmes #10 of the Pittsburgh Steelers catches a 6-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter against the Arizona Cardinals during Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. The Steelers won the game by a score of 27-23.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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1. Andre Johnson

A big, strong, and fast reciever.  He's had at least 1,500 yards and eight touchdowns each of the last two years.  He is, right now, the best receiver in football.

2. Larry Fitzgerald

The best in the league in jump ball situations.  His production is down a little this year, but he is still up there with Johnson as one of the best.

3. Desean Jackson

The most explosive player in the NFL.  He is lightning fast and almost uncoverable.  Its just his second year and he is already one of the best.

4. Reggie Wayne

He has put up great numbers over the last few years.  A great reciever but Peyton Manning can make anyone look good.

5. Brandon Marshall

Denvers go-to guy.  He has some of the best hands in the league and when he gets the ball he runs like a mad man.

6. Santonio Holmes

He has posted good numbers since being drafted in 2006.  He looks to be developing into a very good number one reciever, and he made one of the greatest catches in superbowl history.

7. Wes Welker

He has had over 100 catches every year since joining the Patriots, and is clearly one of the best recievers in the NFL.

8. Randy Moss

One of the greatest recievers to ever play the game.  He's not as good as he used to be but still close to the top.

9. Vincent Jackson

A huge reciever with good speed.  With over 1,000 yards the last two seasons, he has turned into a big play reciever.

10. Sidney Rice

This year was his breakout season.  A young reciever with lots of potential.  He could move his way up the list over the next couple of years