Yes, by copying their list, but swapping Housh up to 14 and dropping Brandon Marshall somewhere down the list. I think their list has merit, and hopefully a good player like Colston will be too busy proving he's closer to to the top of that list by his play, to care about one article.
I can make a case for everybody on that list to be atleast on the same level or just a little higher then colston except roy williams. He just isn't consistant at all. Marshall would also be lower just because he has only done it for 1 year and colston has done it for 2 years.
I'm thinking he's on the fringe of top 10. So i could probably name 10, based on current production (last 2 years or so), that's are legitimately better than him and contribute to their teams success as much as he does.
If you believe this crotchedy old sports columnist for the Minneapolis Paper, Bernard Berrian should be on that list ahead of Colston, But no one up here in the Artic Circle actually gives any credence to "Grampa Sports"...
I would actually rank Marshall and Colston higher on the list if including age and injuries.
Harrison was once a top 3 receiver but shouldn't be any where near the top 15. They talk about how much Burress improved last year but he only had 7 more catches for 40 more yards and 2 more TD's. It is amazing how much a Super Bowl makes individual players look better. He shouldn't be ahead of Colston. Almost any of them can be interchangeable.