NFL fans could fairly argue that 2014 is the heyday of the wide receiver. Whether you credit the influx of talent at the position or the assortment of rule changes that favor offenses, wideouts are putting up some incredible numbers. And the beautiful part is how many different types of guys are doing it: We have the smaller, shiftier players under 6 feet (think Antonio Brown, T.Y. Hilton and Emmanuel Sanders), along with the massive likes of Calvin Johnson, Brandon Marshall and Julio Jones. There is such an abundance of good WRs that we had to omit stellar talents like Marshall and even A.J. Green from our list. With half the season in the books, let's take a look at the league's top 10 receivers right now.
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