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Regular Season, Updated: 8/16/18


Projections:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB

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Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
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WIDE RECEIVERS
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 Antonio Brown PIT 7 1.06
  2 DeAndre Hopkins HOU 10 1.11
  3 Julio Jones ATL 8 2.03
  4 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG 9 2.01
Tier 2
  5 Michael Thomas NO 6 2.05
  6 Davante Adams GB 7 2.07
  7 Keenan Allen LAC 8 2.08
  8 A.J. Green CIN 9 2.10
Tier 3
  9 Mike Evans TB 5 3.02
  10 Amari Cooper OAK 7 4.01
  11 Doug Baldwin SEA 7 3.11
  12 Tyreek Hill KC 12 3.09
  13 Allen Robinson CHI 5 5.05
  14 T.Y. Hilton IND 9 3.03
  15 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 7 4.05
  16 Demaryius Thomas DEN 10 4.10
  17 Adam Thielen MIN 10 3.12
  18 Golden Tate DET 6 6.05
  19 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 9 4.11
Tier 4
  20 Stefon Diggs MIN 10 3.04
  21 Devin Funchess CAR 4 8.05
  22 Michael Crabtree BAL 10 7.03
  23 Chris Hogan NE 11 5.08
  24 Brandin Cooks LAR 12 4.08
25 Alshon Jeffery PHI 9 5.02
  26 Marvin Jones DET 6 5.09
  27 Robby Anderson NYJ 11 8.07
Tier 5
  28 Emmanuel Sanders DEN 10 7.11
  29 Randall Cobb GB 7 8.08
  30 Jarvis Landry CLE 11 5.07
  31 Kenny Stills MIA 11 12.01
  32 Marqise Lee JAC 9 12.01
33 Marquise Goodwin SF 11 6.11
  34 Robert Woods LAR 12 8.10
  35 Sammy Watkins KC 12 6.11
  36 Josh Gordon CLE 11 4.11
  37 Cooper Kupp LAR 12 9.06
  38 Jamison Crowder WAS 4 9.04
  39 Corey Davis TEN 8 6.09
  40 Nelson Agholor PHI 9 10.03
41 Pierre Garcon SF 11 10.02
  42 Tyrell Williams LAC 8 14.01
  43 Julian Edelman NE 11 7.12
  44 Tyler Lockett SEA 7 12.11
  45 DeSean Jackson TB 5 -
Tier 6
  46 Allen Hurns DAL 8 9.11
  47 Jordy Nelson OAK 7 7.06
  48 Kelvin Benjamin BUF 11 9.06
  49 Mohamed Sanu ATL 8 14.10
  50 Will Fuller HOU 10 6.02
  51 Danny Amendola MIA 11 -
  52 Josh Doctson WAS 4 13.02
53 DeVante Parker MIA 11 10.05
  54 Kenny Golladay DET 6 11.11
  55 Sterling Shepard NYG 9 11.07
  56 Ted Ginn Jr. NO 6 -
  57 Dede Westbrook JAC 9 14.05
  58 John Ross CIN 9 14.08
  60 Martavis Bryant OAK 7 12.09
  61 Jermaine Kearse NYJ 11 -
  62 Geronimo Allison GB 7 13.05
  63 Cameron Meredith NO 6 11.06
Tier 7
64 Mike Williams LAC 8 10.07
  65 Keelan Cole JAC 9 14.05
  66 Chris Godwin TB 5 -
  67 John Brown BAL 10 -
  68 J.J. Nelson ARI 9 -
  69 Terrance Williams DAL 8 -
  70 Calvin Ridley ATL 8 11.01
  71 Brandon Marshall SEA 7 -
  72 Quincy Enunwa NYJ 11 -
  73 Travis Benjamin LAC 8 -
74 Rishard Matthews TEN 8 13.12
  75 Mike Wallace PHI 9 -
  76 Courtland Sutton DEN 10 14.05
  77 Zay Jones BUF 11 -
  78 Michael Gallup DAL 8 13.09
  79 Corey Coleman BUF 11 -
  80 Ryan Grant IND 9 -
  81 D.J. Moore CAR 4 10.10
  82 Torrey Smith CAR 4 -
  83 Willie Snead BAL 10 -
  84 Cole Beasley DAL 8 -
Tier 8
  85 James Washington PIT 7 -
  86 Trent Taylor SF 11 -
  87 Albert Wilson MIA 11 -
  88 Kendall Wright MIN 10 -
  89 Braxton Miller HOU 10 -
  90 Christian Kirk ARI 9 -
  91 Tavon Austin DAL 8 -
  92 Cordarrelle Patterson NE 11 -
  93 Taylor Gabriel CHI 5 -
  94 Paul Richardson WAS 4 14.11
  95 Adam Humphries TB 5 -
  96 Taywan Taylor TEN 8 -
  97 Anthony Miller CHI 5 14.02
  98 Tyler Boyd CIN 9 -
Tier 9
  99 Chester Rogers IND 9 -
  100 Seth Roberts OAK 7 -
  101 Donte Moncrief JAC 9 -
  102 Jaron Brown SEA 7 -
  103 Eric Decker NE 11 13.08
  104 Roger Lewis NYG 9 -
  105 Terrelle Pryor NYJ 11 -
  106 T.J. Jones DET 6 -
  107 Brice Butler ARI 9 -
  108 Kenny Britt NE 11 -
  109 Tre'Quan Smith NO 6 -
  110 Jeremy Kerley BUF 11 -
  111 Bruce Ellington HOU 10 -
  112 Demarcus Robinson KC 12 -
  113 Chad Williams ARI 9 -
  114 J'Mon Moore GB 7 -
  115 Laquon Treadwell MIN 10 -
  116 Rashard Higgins CLE 11 -
  117 Andre Holmes BUF 11 -
  118 Aldrick Robinson SF 11 -
  119 Mack Hollins PHI 9 -
  120 Josh Bellamy CHI 5 -
  121 Jakeem Grant MIA 11 -
  122 Jordan Taylor DEN 10 -
  123 Antonio Callaway CLE 11 14.09
  124 Breshad Perriman BAL 10 -
  125 Cody Latimer NYG 9 -
  126 Justin Hardy ATL 8 -
  127 Phillip Dorsett NE 11 -
  128 Michael Campanaro TEN 8 -
  129 Josh Reynolds LAR 12 -
  130 DeAngelo Yancey GB 7 -
  131 D.J. Chark JAC 9 -
  132 Tanner McEvoy SEA 7 -
  133 Damiere Byrd CAR 4 -
  134 Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT 7 -
  135 Tavarres King MIN 10 -
  136 Brian Quick WAS 4 -
  137 Alex Erickson CIN 9 -
  138 Kevin White CHI 5 -
  139 Deonte Thompson DAL 8 -
  140 Chris Conley KC 12 -
  141 Amara Darboh SEA 7 -
  142 ArDarius Stewart NYJ 11 -
  143 Tajae Sharpe TEN 8 -
144 Dante Pettis SF 11 -
  145 Ryan Switzer OAK 7 -
  146 Leonte Carroo MIA 11 -
  147 Keke Coutee HOU 10 -
  148 Chris Moore BAL 10 -
  149 Johnny Holton OAK 7 -
  150 Jehu Chesson KC 12 -
  151 Equanimeous St. Brown GB 7 -
  152 Curtis Samuel CAR 4 -
  153 De'Anthony Thomas KC 12 -
  154 Pharoh Cooper LAR 12 -
  155 Justin Watson TB 5 -
  156 Trey Quinn WAS 4 -
 
COMMENTS
  Antonio Brown, PIT: You want consistency? AB has been the No.1 or No.2 fantasy wide receiver in each of the last five years.

  DeAndre Hopkins, HOU: Led WRs in targets (174) and TDs (13) a season ago. He's at the top of his game.

  Julio Jones, ATL: Jones delvers the stats but too often nagging injuries keep him from operating at full effectiveness.

  Odell Beckham Jr., NYG: Beckham (ankle) should resume his WR1 status. Posted 90+ receptions his first three years in the league.

  Michael Thomas, NO: We expected a WR1 last year and he delivered (104-1245-5). More of the same should be coming in 2018.

  Davante Adams, GB: Has been elevated to the No.1 option in Packers passing game. Dealt with concussions in 2017.

  Keenan Allen, LAC: After a ho-hum start last season, Allen went on a tear beginning Week 11. Many weapons will lead to volatility but Allen remains top receiving option.

  A.J. Green, CIN: No reason why Green shouldn't maintain his status as a top ten fantasy wideout. WR7 (standard), WR10 (PPR) last season.

  Mike Evans, TB: Four-straight 1000-yard seasons. One of the safest WR2s available with WR1 upside.

  Amari Cooper, OAK: Cooper fell off a cliff last season (48-680-7) but heads into 2018 as the Raiders top wideout now that Crabtree has departed.

  Doug Baldwin, SEA: Baldwin (knee) is expected to miss the majority of camp.

  Tyreek Hill, KC: Could see targets decline with Watkins in the mix, but still has WR1 upside.

  Allen Robinson, CHI: Coming off ACL injury (Week 1), Robinson should be top receiver in Bears offense. Young QB is a question mark.

  T.Y. Hilton, IND: T.Y. (57-966-4) had trouble cracking low-end WR2 status without Luck last season.

  JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT: With Martavis now in Oakland the JuJu hype train will be roaring at breakneck speed all summer long.

  Demaryius Thomas, DEN: Thomas is coming off his worst season since 2011. Keenum is an upgrade at QB, but WR1 territory seems like a longshot.

  Adam Thielen, MIN: If Thielin could find the endzone a few more times (9 total last two seasons), he's be a consistent WR1.

  Golden Tate, DET: Tate has 90-plus receptions in four-straight seasons.

  Larry Fitzgerald, ARI: 100+ catches the last three seasons. ADP during that span: 8.06, 6.10, 4.12.

  Stefon Diggs, MIN: Has yet to play 16 games in a season. WR2 status is feasible with Cousins at the controls.

  Devin Funchess, CAR: Should be a focal point of the offense. Will likely struggle with consistency, but should return WR2 value.

  Michael Crabtree, BAL: BAL overhauled their receiving corps. Crabtree should be option No.1 and see plenty of targets in the redzone.

  Chris Hogan, NE: Hogan battled a shoulder injury last season, limiting him to 9 games. He's a bounce back candidate with WR2 upside.

  Brandin Cooks, LAR: Rams offense is above average, but not at Pats level. Cooks should regress from his 2017 performance (65-1082-7).

Alshon Jeffery, PHI: Played through torn rotator cuff last season. Still on PUP.

  Marvin Jones, DET: Coming off a career year (61-1101-9). Regression likely and could be overvalued in fantasy drafts.

  Robby Anderson, NYJ: Been in trouble with law, could find himself suspended to start the season. Was the Jets best receiver in 2017.

  Emmanuel Sanders, DEN: Sanders battled through ankle injuries last season barley cracking the top 50 at wideout. He's a prime bounce-back candidate.

  Randall Cobb, GB: Cobb's languished around 600 receiving yards, 4 TDs the last two seasons. Could see an uptick with Nelson gone. May miss start of training camp with ankle injury.

  Jarvis Landry, CLE: A shiny new contract indicates Landry will be focal point of the Browns offense under OC Todd Haley.

  Kenny Stills, MIA: Often underappreciated in the fantasy community, Stills has 15 TDs the last two seasons.

  Marqise Lee, JAC: Lee is the top option in the passing game but the Jags are shaping up to be a WRBC capping the upside of any receiver.

Marquise Goodwin, SF: Inked a new deal this off-season; Posted double-digit FPts five straight games beginning Week 10 last season.

  Robert Woods, LAR: Woods can return WR2 value is he can stay on the field for 16 games.

  Sammy Watkins, KC: With Hill, Kelce and Hunt the focal point of the offense, it's hard to carve out fantasy relevant numbers for Watkins.

  Josh Gordon, CLE: Gordon is a physical freak but it's difficult to peg him as anything more than a WR3 with Landry in the WR mix.

  Cooper Kupp, LAR: Kupp will need the offense to take another step if wants to maintain his WR2 status from 2017.

  Jamison Crowder, WAS: Should quickly become a favorite target for Alex Smith. Has a good chance to lead Redskins in receptions.

  Corey Davis, TEN: Dealt with hamstring issues his rookie season. Long on talent, Davis could turn into a great bargain if new offense clicks.

  Nelson Agholor, PHI: Coming off a breakout season (62-768-8) Agholor is likely to be overvalued by fantasy owners.

Pierre Garcon, SF: Played in only 8 games last season (500 yds). Will lead the 49ers in receiving if he can stay healthy all season.

  Tyrell Williams, LAC: Ceiling is capped as long as Keenan Allen remains healthy. Still, he's a worthy late-round flier for depth.

  Julian Edelman, NE: Edelman (ACL) will serve 4-game suspension. He'll have WR2 value when he returns with a boost in PPR leagues.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: With little competition, Lockett has sneaky value as a late-round dart throw.

  DeSean Jackson, TB: Disappointed last season; rebound candidate that should come at a bargain even with Godwin hype.

  Allen Hurns, DAL: Hurns is great for depth, but it remains to be seen what kind of role he carves out in Dallas.

  Jordy Nelson, OAK: A Gruden favorite, Nelson (33) will replace Crabtree and try and carve out WR3 value by scoring TDs.

  Kelvin Benjamin, BUF: The de facto No.1 receiver in Buffalo. Bills haven't committed to Benjamin past 2018.

  Will Fuller, HOU: Seems like a perfect fit with Watson but has missed 8 games in his first two seasons.

  Danny Amendola, MIA: Will take on the possession receiver role left by Landry but isn't likely to see Landry's volume. He's a WR3.

  Josh Doctson, WAS: Will likely start on the outside, but fantasy value is in flux as Redskins transition to a new QB.

DeVante Parker, MIA: Has yet to live up to the hype. Has 7 TDs in three years. Broken finger makes him questionable Week 1.

  Kenny Golladay, DET: Golladay impressed in his rookie season (28-477-3) but will need more volume to be a true fantasy asset.

  Sterling Shepard, NYG: Shephard won't be much of a fantasy asset unless pass game under new HC Pat Shurmur takes gigantic leap.

  Ted Ginn Jr., NO: Ginn has returned WR3 value the last two seasons in Carolina and New Orleans.

  Dede Westbrook, JAC: Should see a target boost if he can stay on the field. Was bothered by a core muscle injury early last season.

  Martavis Bryant, OAK: League discipline coming? Already missed one-year in 2016 for violating substance abuse policy.

  Jermaine Kearse, NYJ: Addition of Pryor could eat into Kearse's workload. Pre-season talk of his release hasn't materialized.

  Geronimo Allison, GB: Should see more targets now that Jordy Nelson has moved on. A decent 5th WR option for your fantasy bench.

  Cameron Meredith, NO: Meredith (ACL) should see most of his action in three-WR sets.

Mike Williams, LAC: Could see a bump in targets with TE Hunter Henry out for the year.

  Keelan Cole, JAC: Cole's big-play ability (17.8 ypc) last season was impressive but his role isn't defined and the Jags have a crowded WR group.

  John Brown, BAL: A deep-threat option for Flacco, Brown has had issues staying on the field. He'll be a late-round dart throw in most leagues.

  Calvin Ridley, ATL: Could be third wide receiver in Year1 but will struggle to maintain fantasy value without an injury to Julio or Sanu.

Rishard Matthews, TEN: Has missed all of training camp with an undisclosed injury.

  Zay Jones, BUF: Jones had a good shot a starting spot opposite Benjamin until trade for Coleman.

  Michael Gallup, DAL: The rookie could get some run in Year1 but the Cowboys will likely rotate many receivers, capping the upside of any.

  Willie Snead, BAL: Played in only 8 games last season. Will battle John Brown for targets. Must be the Ravens' No.2 receiving option to be fantasy worthy.

  Cole Beasley, DAL: Beasley plummeted last season but could rebound as the Cowboys look for consistent contributors at the WR position.