Who are the top 10 fantasy WRs for 2010?

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve listed my top QBs and RBs for 2010, and discussed the impressive depth of the TE position heading into next season. Today, I’ll list my top 10 fantasy wideouts for 2010. (These rankings assume a high-performance, point per reception scoring system.)

1. Andre Johnson
He’s a beast and the Texans often get into shootouts. As long as he stays healthy, he’s a shoe-in for a top 5 season.

2. Reggie Wayne
Wayne over Fitz? I think so, assuming Kurt Warner retires. Matt Leinart just does not inspire much confidence right now.

3. Larry Fitzgerald
Arguably the most talented wideout on this list, but if Warner doesn’t return, he could have a big problem at QB.

4. Randy Moss
He’ll be 33 heading into next season and seems disinterested at times. Still, with Wes Welker shaky to start the season, the Pats will lean on him.

5. Miles Austin
Exploded onto the scene in Week 5 (10-250-2) and never looked back. He’s the Cowboys’ clear WR1, runs great routes and has nice hands.

6. Roddy White
Struggled with injuries this year, but didn’t miss a game. He finished WR10, but should do better with a healthy Matt Ryan.

7. DeSean Jackson
Andy Reid usually finds a way to get him the ball, in the passing game or on the reverse. He’s also a very dangerous return man. With Brian Westbrook possibly gone, D-Jax would become Philly’s primary playmaker.

8. Vincent Jackson
He’s in a great offense with a great QB. He increased his per-game numbers from an already-productive 2008.

9. Steve Smith 2.0
Smith could potentially lose some targets to Hakeem Nicks, but he’ll more than likely be the Giants’ main possession receiver. In PPR leagues, he only missed double figures once all season.

10. Calvin Johnson
He battled injuries but still scored well when he played. He has some serious upside, especially if Matthew Stafford progresses as expected.

Honorable Mention: Chad Ochocinco, Sidney Rice, Marques Colston, Steve Smith 1.0, Brandon Marshall, Wes Welker, Greg Jennings, Hines Ward, Santonio Holmes, Anquan Boldin

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