Both of these tier 2 wide receivers have the chance to be the best WR in fantasy this season. Not just a tier 1 WR, but the single best WR. They’re both that good and that's what separates them from the Tier 3 guys.Braylon Edwards, Cle – As Derek Anderson goes, so goes Braylon Edwards. I believe Anderson will have another great season similar to last year’s, but if something happens to Anderson (that concussion, suckiness, whatever) then Edwards is in trouble because Brady Quinn is not ready for prime time. Assuming Anderson is fine, I think Edwards could exceed last year’s yardage and touchdown totals, believe it or not.