15) Dustin Keller (New York Jets) – His 55 receptions for 687 yards and five touchdowns is a little misleading. He scored the five touchdowns from Week Two through Week Five; he had no touchdowns the rest of the season. He is good, but not top-10 good, especially with the inconsistent Mark Sanchez as his quarterback.
14) Tony Moeaki (Kansas City Chiefs) – The rookie had a very strong campaign with 47 receptions for 55 yards and three touchdowns. Like Graham, he has a ton of upside (could finish in the top 10 this year), but the Chiefs have a much tougher schedule than they did in 2010. Expect some improvement, but not a really big jump in production.