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Regular Season, Updated: 7/19/18



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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 1.09
  3 Julio Jones ATL 8 2.03
  4 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG 9 1.12
Tier 2
  5 Michael Thomas NO 6 2.04
  6 Davante Adams GB 7 2.06
  7 Keenan Allen LAC 8 2.07
  8 A.J. Green CIN 9 2.08
Tier 3
9 Doug Baldwin SEA 7 3.03
  10 Mike Evans TB 5 2.12
  11 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 9 5.05
  12 Amari Cooper OAK 7 4.04
  13 Tyreek Hill KC 12 3.07
  14 Allen Robinson CHI 5 4.12
  15 T.Y. Hilton IND 9 3.10
  16 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 7 4.07
  17 Demaryius Thomas DEN 10 4.10
  18 Adam Thielen MIN 10 3.11
  19 Golden Tate DET 6 6.05
Tier 4
  20 Alshon Jeffery PHI 9 4.09
  21 Devin Funchess CAR 4 7.08
  22 Michael Crabtree BAL 10 7.02
  23 Stefon Diggs MIN 10 4.02
  24 Chris Hogan NE 11 5.12
25 Brandin Cooks LAR 12 5.01
  26 Marvin Jones DET 6 5.08
  27 Josh Gordon CLE 11 3.06
  28 Robby Anderson NYJ 11 9.07
Tier 5
  29 Rishard Matthews TEN 8 12.10
  30 Pierre Garcon SF 11 9.04
  31 Emmanuel Sanders DEN 10 7.08
  32 Randall Cobb GB 7 8.10
  33 Kenny Stills MIA 11 12.04
  34 Marqise Lee JAC 9 12.03
  35 Robert Woods LAR 12 9.02
  36 Sammy Watkins KC 12 6.06
  37 Cooper Kupp LAR 12 9.12
  38 Jamison Crowder WAS 4 9.10
  39 DeVante Parker MIA 11 9.07
40 DeSean Jackson TB 5 15.02
  41 Ted Ginn Jr. NO 6 -
  42 Tyrell Williams LAC 8 -
  43 Jarvis Landry CLE 11 6.08
  44 Nelson Agholor PHI 9 10.07
  45 Julian Edelman NE 11 7.11
  46 Tyler Lockett SEA 7 12.12
  47 Marquise Goodwin SF 11 8.05
Tier 6
  48 Danny Amendola MIA 11 -
  49 Allen Hurns DAL 8 8.12
  50 Jordy Nelson OAK 7 7.05
  51 Corey Davis TEN 8 6.12
  52 Kelvin Benjamin BUF 11 10.09
  53 Mohamed Sanu ATL 8 14.09
  54 Will Fuller HOU 10 5.11
  55 Josh Doctson WAS 4 13.03
  56 Kenny Golladay DET 6 11.12
  57 Sterling Shepard NYG 9 11.06
  58 Dede Westbrook JAC 9 14.09
  60 Martavis Bryant OAK 7 11.08
  61 Jermaine Kearse NYJ 11 -
  62 Geronimo Allison GB 7 13.09
  63 Keelan Cole JAC 9 -
  64 Adam Humphries TB 5 -
  65 John Brown BAL 10 -
  66 Brandon Marshall SEA 7 -
  67 J.J. Nelson ARI 9 -
Tier 7
  68 Terrance Williams DAL 8 -
  69 Calvin Ridley ATL 8 10.04
70 Quincy Enunwa NYJ 11 -
  71 Brandon LaFell CIN 9 -
  72 Travis Benjamin LAC 8 -
  73 Mike Wallace PHI 9 -
  74 Courtland Sutton DEN 10 -
  75 Zay Jones BUF 11 -
  76 Michael Gallup DAL 8 13.11
  77 Mike Williams LAC 8 11.04
  78 Cameron Meredith NO 6 12.02
  79 Ryan Grant IND 9 -
  80 Torrey Smith CAR 4 -
  81 D.J. Moore CAR 4 11.02
  82 Willie Snead BAL 10 -
  83 Cole Beasley DAL 8 -
Tier 8
  84 James Washington PIT 7 -
  85 Trent Taylor SF 11 -
  86 Albert Wilson MIA 11 -
  87 Kendall Wright MIN 10 -
  88 Corey Coleman CLE 11 -
  89 Braxton Miller HOU 10 -
  90 Christian Kirk ARI 9 14.02
  91 Tavon Austin DAL 8 -
92 Jordan Matthews NE 11 14.04
  93 Taylor Gabriel CHI 5 -
  94 Paul Richardson WAS 4 14.06
  95 Taywan Taylor TEN 8 -
  96 Chris Godwin TB 5 -
  97 John Ross CIN 9 -
Tier 9
  98 Chester Rogers IND 9 -
  99 Seth Roberts OAK 7 -
100 Terrelle Pryor NYJ 11 -
  101 Donte Moncrief JAC 9 -
  102 Jaron Brown SEA 7 -
  103 Roger Lewis NYG 9 -
  104 Demarcus Robinson KC 12 -
  105 Cordarrelle Patterson NE 11 -
  106 Malcolm Mitchell NE 11 -
  107 T.J. Jones DET 6 -
  108 Brice Butler ARI 9 -
  109 Brandon Coleman NO 6 -
  110 Jeremy Kerley BUF 11 -
  111 Bruce Ellington HOU 10 -
  112 Carlos Henderson DEN 10 -
  113 Anthony Miller CHI 5 -
  114 J'Mon Moore GB 7 -
  115 Laquon Treadwell MIN 10 -
  116 Andre Holmes BUF 11 -
  117 Aldrick Robinson SF 11 -
  118 Mack Hollins PHI 9 -
  119 Josh Bellamy CHI 5 -
  120 Jakeem Grant MIA 11 -
  121 Tyler Boyd CIN 9 -
  122 Chad Williams ARI 9 -
  123 Jordan Taylor DEN 10 -
  124 Breshad Perriman BAL 10 -
  125 Daurice Fountain IND 9 -
  126 Cody Latimer NYG 9 -
  127 Justin Hardy ATL 8 -
  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 Ricardo Louis CLE 11 -
  141 Chris Conley KC 12 -
  142 Amara Darboh SEA 7 -
  143 ArDarius Stewart NYJ 11 -
  144 Tajae Sharpe TEN 8 -
  145 Ryan Switzer OAK 7 -
  146 Kenny Britt NE 11 -
  147 Leonte Carroo MIA 11 -
  148 Keke Coutee HOU 10 -
  149 Chris Moore BAL 10 -
  150 Johnny Holton OAK 7 -
  151 Jehu Chesson KC 12 -
  152 Equanimeous St. Brown GB 7 -
  153 Curtis Samuel CAR 4 -
  154 Kaelin Clay BUF 11 -
  155 De'Anthony Thomas KC 12 -
  156 Pharoh Cooper LAR 12 -
  157 Phillip Dorsett NE 11 -
  158 Antonio Callaway CLE 11 -
  159 Justin Watson TB 5 -
  160 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.

Doug Baldwin, SEA: Given the lack of options at WR for Seattle, Baldwin's a lock for WR2 value as long as he remains healthy.

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

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

  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.

  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.

  Alshon Jeffery, PHI: Jeffery will need to find the endzone frequently to be considered a fantasy WR2. Played through torn rotator cuff last season.

  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.

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

  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).

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

  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.

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

  Rishard Matthews, TEN: Worthy of a late-round pick for depth. Could become a viable WR3 if new offense shows promise.

  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.

  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.

  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.

  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.

  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.

  DeVante Parker, MIA: Has yet to live up to the hype. Has 7 TDs in three years. Landry leaving opens up more opportunity.

DeSean Jackson, TB: Disappointed last season; rebound candidate that should come at a bargain in fantasy drafts.

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

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

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

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

  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: Value takes a hit with the addition of Brandon Marshall.

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

  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.

  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.

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

  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.

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

  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.

  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.

  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.

  Brandon LaFell, CIN: LaFell can have sporadic Flex value but is TD dependent. Should only be considered in the late rounds.

  Zay Jones, BUF: Jones has a good shot a starting spot opposite Benjamin, but he's a fantasy afterthought given the state of the Bills' offense.

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

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

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

  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.