Playoffs: Top WRs
12) Jordy Nelson, Green Bay - How healthy is he?
13) James Jones, Green Bay - The wildest of the wild cards. Led all NFL players with 14 touchdown receptions, but is now sitting behind three others on the Packers depth chart. Or is he? If the Packers play at least three games, Jones is a beast in at least one.
14) Pierre Garcon, Washington - RG3's go-to guy hasn't scored since Week 14, but could be heavily targeted if Seattle focuses on stopping the Redskins' ground game.
15) Anquan Boldin, Baltimore - Averaged 84 yards and one touchdown in last three games where he actually caught a pass. Playoff football is tough guy football and with Hines Ward retired, no receiver is tougher than Boldin.
16) Torrey Smith, Baltimore
17) Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis - Only topped 65 yards once in last five games, but remains Andrew Luck's main man against Baltimore's now suspect defense.
18) Brandon Stokley, Denver
19) Golden Tate, Seattle - The Seahawks' passing game runs hot and cold, but Tate has emerged as the main threat with Sidney Rice limtied by a knee injury. Tate posted a season high 105 yards in Week 17.
20) T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis
Others: Santana Moss, (Washington), Sidney Rice (Seattle), Jarius Wright (Minnesota), Josh Morgan (Washington), Randy Moss (San Francisco), Kevin Walter (Houston), Donnie Avery (Indianapolis), Harry Douglas (Atlanta), Andrew Hawkins (Cincinnati), Deion Branch (New England), Leonard Hankerson (Washington)