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Breakout receivers from Week 5 Alshon Jeffery and T.Y. Hilton crack the Top 50, and Justin Blackmon is likely to join them soon in the Top 50. Peyton Manning could easily be No. 1, but the lack of depth at RB1 keeps Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles atop the board even with the Vikings on the bye in Week 5. Danny Amendola will make next week’s Big Board if he can take on more snaps this week against New Orleans. Tom Brady falls and Frank Gore rises to No. 20 with the 49ers seemingly back on track. Julius Thomas returns to the Top 50 joining Denver’s three starting wideout. Calvin Johnson drops a bit due to injury and is highly questionable for Sunday while Julio Jones goes out for the season after making a phenomenal one-handed grab on Monday Night and breaking a screw in his foot.