The highest volatility in positional rankings usually occurs with wide receivers. But this year, no matter how you slice it, Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Johnson, Randy Moss, Calvin Johnson, Reggie Wayne and Greg Jennings are the undisputed top six. On the flip side ... one could argue the pass-catchers ranked between 18 and 50 are equally interchangeable. -- Compiled by Jay Clemons

Top 50 Wide Receivers
Rank Player Team Bye
1 Larry Fitzgerald Cardinals 4
2 Andre Johnson Texans 10
3 Randy Moss Patriots 8
4 Calvin Johnson Lions 7
5 Reggie Wayne Colts 6
6 Greg Jennings Packers 5
7 Anquan Boldin Cardinals 4
8 Roddy White Falcons 4
9 Steve Smith Panthers 4
10 Marques Colston Saints 5
11 Dwayne Bowe Chiefs 8
12 Wes Welker Patriots 8
13 Terrell Owens Bills 9
14 T.J. Houshmandzadeh Seahawks 7
15 Braylon Edwards Browns 9
16 Chad Ochocinco Bengals 8
17 Vincent Jackson Chargers 5
18 DeSean Jackson Eagles 4
19 Brandon Marshall Broncos 7
20 Santana Moss Redskins 8
21 Lee Evans Bills 9
22 Hines Ward Steelers 8
23 Eddie Royal Broncos 7
24 Antonio Bryant Buccaneers 8
25 Jerricho Cotchery Jets 9
26 Steve Breaston Cardinals 4
27 Santonio Holmes Steelers 8
28 Kevin Walter Texans 10
29 Percy Harvin Vikings 9
30 Anthony Gonzalez Colts 6
31 Chris Henry Bengals 8
32 Roy Williams Cowboys 6
33 Donnie Avery Steelers 9
34 Earl Bennett Bears 5
35 Bernard Berrian Vikings 9
36 Laveranues Coles Bengals 8
37 Chris Chambers Chargers 5
38 Sidney Rice Vikings 9
39 Hakeem Nicks Giants 10
40 Devin Hester Bears 5
41 Ted Ginn, Jr. Dolphins 6
42 Torry Holt Jaguars 7
43 Donald Driver Packers 5
44 Lance Moore Saints 5
45 Kevin Curtis Eagles 4
46 Miles Austin Cowboys 6
47 Greg Camarillo Dolphins 6
48 Justin Gage Titans 7
49 Nate Washington Titans 7
50 Michael Crabtree 49ers 6

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