This, and more Fantasy Football articles like it, can be found on Tab's new home for fantasy football analysis: Top Fantasy Football. In his first game without Marvin Harrison’s shadow hanging around the turf at Lucas Oil Arena in Indianapolis, Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne showed that he’s among fantasy football’s elite. Against a Jacksonville team that allowed 224 passing yards per game in 2008, Wayne jumped into double-digit receptions early in the fourth quarter and was well over 150 yards with a touchdown. With Anthony Gonzalez injured, Wayne and Dallas Clark are the only consistent weapons Peyton Manning has left from 2008. In light of Wayne’s big Sunday, is he now the top fantasy wide receiver in the NFL? To determine an answer, let’s look at the oth ...
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