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SI PLAYER RANKINGS FOR 2010 WITH 2009 STATS (*ROOKIE, COLLEGE STATS) RECEPTIONS RECEIVING YARDS TARGETED 100-YARD GAMES TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS BYE WEEK
1. Dallas Clark,Colts 100 1,106 132 2 10 7
2. Vernon Davis,49ers 78 965 129 3 13 9
3. Antonio Gates,Chargers 79 1,157 114 3 8 10
4. Brent Celek,Eagles 76 971 112 3 8 8
5. Jason Witten,Cowboys 94 1,030 124 3 2 4
6. Jermichael Finley,Packers 55 676 71 1 5 10
7. Tony Gonzalez,Falcons 83 867 135 0 6 8
8. Visanthe Shiancoe,Vikings 56 566 79 0 11 4
9. Kellen Winslow Jr.,Buccaneers 77 884 127 2 5 4
10. Owen Daniels,Texans 40 519 58 1 5 7
11. Heath Miller,Steelers 76 789 97 1 6 5
12. Zach Miller,Raiders 66 805 100 2 3 10
13. Chris Cooley,Redskins 29 332 45 0 2 9
14. John Carlson,Seahawks 51 574 83 0 7 5
15. Dustin Keller,Jets 45 522 82 0 2 7
16. Fred Davis,Redskins 48 509 76 0 6 9
17. Jeremy Shockey,Saints 48 569 67 1 3 10
18. Jermaine Gresham,Bengals* ('08) 66 950 NA 1 14 6
19. Todd Heap,Ravens 53 593 75 0 6 8
20. Kevin Boss,Giants 42 567 69 0 5 8
21. Greg Olsen,Bears 60 612 108 0 8 8
22. Tony Scheffler,Lions 31 416 50 1 2 7
23. Aaron Hernandez,Patriots* 68 850 NA 2 5 5
24. Benjamin Watson,Browns 29 404 41 0 5 8
25. Marcedes Lewis,Jaguars 32 518 59 0 2 9

Brent Celek ranked among the leaders at his position in nearly every category last year. But in prime fantasy territory he often failed to deliver. Celek and the Bears' Greg Olsen(above) were the most targeted tight ends in goal-to-go situations; both had 13 passes thrown their way inside the 10. Celek caught only seven of those balls and turned just four into scores, for a TD rate of 30.8%. Olson's was 38.5%, which ranked third, behind the Vikings' Visanthe Shiancoe (80%) and the Colts' Dallas Clark (71.4%).

PHOTOTANNEN MAURY/EPA (OLSEN)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)