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Regular Season, Updated: 9/7/2023

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

Rankings with Outlooks:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DL | LB | DB

Rankings:  Top 225 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power

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Chg Rk Player Tm Bye ADP
  1 Justin Jefferson MIN 13 WR1
  2 Ja'Marr Chase CIN 7 WR2
  3 Tyreek Hill MIA 10 WR3
Tier 2
  4 Davante Adams LV 13 WR8
  5 A.J. Brown PHI 10 WR7
  6 CeeDee Lamb DAL 7 WR6
  7 Stefon Diggs BUF 13 WR5
Tier 3
  8 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET 9 WR9
  9 Garrett Wilson NYJ 7 WR10
  10 Jaylen Waddle MIA 10 WR11
11 Cooper Kupp LAR 10 WR4
  12 DK Metcalf SEA 5 WR16
  13 Tee Higgins CIN 7 WR14
  14 Amari Cooper CLE 5 WR18
  15 Chris Olave NO 11 WR12
  16 DeVonta Smith PHI 10 WR13
  17 Deebo Samuel SF 9 WR17
  18 Christian Watson GB 6 WR23
Tier 4
  19 Keenan Allen LAC 5 WR19
  20 Calvin Ridley JAC 9 WR15
  21 Mike Williams LAC 5 WR24
  22 D.J. Moore CHI 13 WR20
  23 Drake London ATL 11 WR26
  24 DeAndre Hopkins TEN 7 WR21
  25 Diontae Johnson PIT 6 WR33
  26 Brandon Aiyuk SF 9 WR25
  27 Terry McLaurin WAS 14 WR22
  28 Chris Godwin TB 5 WR27
  29 George Pickens PIT 6 WR31
  30 Christian Kirk JAC 9 WR29
Tier 5
  31 Marquise Brown ARI 14 WR37
  32 Tyler Lockett SEA 5 WR30
  33 Mike Evans TB 5 WR32
  34 Jahan Dotson WAS 14 WR36
  35 Michael Pittman Jr. IND 11 WR34
  36 Gabriel Davis BUF 13 WR40
  37 Courtland Sutton DEN 9 WR42
  38 Kadarius Toney KC 10 WR46
  39 Treylon Burks TEN 7 WR47
  40 Jaxon Smith-Njigba SEA 5 WR38
  41 Brandin Cooks DAL 7 WR39
Tier 6
  42 Zay Flowers BAL 13 WR41
  43 Jerry Jeudy DEN 9 WR28
  44 JuJu Smith-Schuster NE 11 WR44
  45 Michael Thomas NO 11 WR43
  46 Quentin Johnston LAC 5 WR48
  47 Odell Beckham Jr. BAL 13 WR45
  48 Tyler Boyd CIN 7 WR59
  49 Michael Gallup DAL 7 WR69
  50 Elijah Moore CLE 5 WR50
  51 Nico Collins HOU 7 WR58
  52 Jordan Addison MIN 13 WR35
  53 Skyy Moore KC 10 WR49
  54 Rashod Bateman BAL 13 WR54
  55 Adam Thielen CAR 7 WR51
  56 Jakobi Meyers LV 13 WR57
Tier 7
  57 Curtis Samuel WAS 14 WR81
  58 Romeo Doubs GB 6 WR53
  59 Alec Pierce IND 11 WR70
  60 Darnell Mooney CHI 13 WR62
  61 DeVante Parker NE 11 WR82
  62 Jonathan Mingo CAR 7 WR66
  63 Allen Lazard NYJ 7 WR52
  64 D.J. Chark CAR 7 WR75
  65 Marquez Valdes-Scantling KC 10 WR72
  66 Marvin Mims DEN 9 WR61
  67 Jameson Williams DET 9 WR55
  68 Rondale Moore ARI 14 WR63
  69 K.J. Osborn MIN 13 WR67
  70 Hunter Renfrow LV 13 WR83
  71 Zay Jones JAC 9 WR64
  72 Van Jefferson LAR 10 WR68
  73 Rashid Shaheed NO 11 WR84
  74 Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE 5 WR65
  75 Rashee Rice KC 10 WR60
  76 Jayden Reed GB 6 WR71
  77 Chase Claypool CHI 13 WR91
Tier 8
  78 Robert Woods HOU 7 WR87
  79 Mecole Hardman NYJ 7 WR86
  80 Darius Slayton NYG 13 WR90
  81 Josh Reynolds DET 9 -
82 Tank Dell HOU 7 WR74
  83 Michael Wilson ARI 14 WR93
  84 Isaiah Hodgins NYG 13 WR78
  85 Tutu Atwell LAR 10 -
  86 Parris Campbell NYG 13 WR77
87 Josh Palmer LAC 5 WR88
  88 Mack Hollins ATL 11 WR92
  89 Kendrick Bourne NE 11 WR79
  90 Allen Robinson PIT 6 WR94
  91 Marvin Jones DET 9 -
  92 Deonte Harty BUF 13 -
93 John Metchie HOU 7 WR80
  94 Jalin Hyatt NYG 13 WR56
  95 Quez Watkins PHI 10 -
  96 Jauan Jennings SF 9 -
  97 Josh Downs IND 11 WR89
  98 Kyle Philips TEN 7 -
  99 Noah Brown HOU 7 -
  100 Wan'Dale Robinson NYG 13 WR85
  101 Puka Nacua LAR 10 -
  102 Trey Palmer TB 5 -
  103 Justyn Ross KC 10 WR76
  104 Tyquan Thornton NE 11 -
  105 Braxton Berrios MIA 10 -
  106 Nelson Agholor BAL 13 -
  107 Laviska Shenault CAR 7 -
Tier 9
  108 Richie James KC 10 WR73
  109 Randall Cobb NYJ 7 -
  110 Justin Watson KC 10 -
  111 Khalil Shakir BUF 13 -
  112 Greg Dortch ARI 14 -
  113 Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN 7 -
  114 Ben Skowronek LAR 10 -
  115 Cedrick Wilson MIA 10 -
  116 Tyler Scott CHI 13 -
  117 Jamal Agnew JAC 9 -
  118 Samori Toure GB 6 -
  119 Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR 7 -
  120 Charlie Jones CIN 7 -
  121 Tre'Quan Smith NO 11 -
  122 Kalif Raymond DET 9 -
  123 Scotty Miller ATL 11 -
  124 Dyami Brown WAS 14 -
  125 Calvin Austin PIT 6 -
  126 Isaiah McKenzie IND 11 -
  127 Olamide Zaccheaus PHI 10 -
  128 Jalen Tolbert DAL 7 -
  129 Trenton Irwin CIN 7 -
  130 David Bell CLE 5 -
  131 Dareke Young SEA 5 -
  132 DeAndre Carter LV 13 -
  133 Trent Sherfield BUF 13 -
  134 Deven Thompkins TB 5 -
  135 Tim Jones JAC 9 -
  136 Equanimeous St. Brown CHI 13 -
  137 Ray-Ray McCloud SF 9 -
  138 Marquise Goodwin CLE 5 -
  Justin Jefferson, MIN: At least 1400 receiving yards his first three seasons in the league.

  Ja'Marr Chase, CIN: 9 TDs in only 12 games last season.

  Tyreek Hill, MIA: Set career high in receiving yards (1710) last season. In conversation for overall WR1.

  Davante Adams, LV: Adams doesn't seemed thrilled with the direction of the team.

  A.J. Brown, PHI: Coming off best season as a pro (88-1496-11).

  CeeDee Lamb, DAL: 8 games of double-digit targets last season.

  Stefon Diggs, BUF: Five-straight seasons over 1000 yds. 21 TDs the last two seasons.

  Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET: One of seven receivers to have over 100 catches last season.

  Garrett Wilson, NYJ: Reason for optimism with Aaron Rodgers in town.

  Jaylen Waddle, MIA: Averaged a whopping 18.1 ypc last season while finishing as the WR12 in Half-PPR leagues.

Cooper Kupp, LAR: Setback with pre-season hamstring injury is cause for concern.

  DK Metcalf, SEA: YPC was down but usage was not. 141 targets last season was the most of his career.

  Tee Higgins, CIN: Perhaps the best No.2 WR in the league.

  Amari Cooper, CLE: Topped 1100 yards and 9 TDs in his first season with CLE.

  Chris Olave, NO: New QB to build chemistry with but blossoming No.1 target in New Orleans.

  DeVonta Smith, PHI: Ranked 13th in WR targets last season playing opposite A.J. Brown.

  Deebo Samuel, SF: 2021 was likely the ceiling but WR2 value is still viable.

  Christian Watson, GB: Took the lead as the Packers No.1 wideout. Question mark at QB.

  Keenan Allen, LAC: Aging volume receiver. Averages 6 TDs per season.

  Calvin Ridley, JAC: Only played 5 games since 2020 season. Talented enough to top 1000 yards.

  Mike Williams, LAC: Talent is there. Was a borderline WR1/2 in 2021.

  D.J. Moore, CHI: Needs Fields to take the next step as a passer.

  DeAndre Hopkins, TEN: Landing spot isn't great but should be clear No.1 option in passing game.

  Diontae Johnson, PIT: No.6 in WR targets but zero TDs last season.

  Brandon Aiyuk, SF: Became the 49ers best receiver in 2022 but trade rumors surfaced this off-season.

  Terry McLaurin, WAS: Three-straight 1000-yard seasons. Pre-season toe injury seems to be minor.

  Chris Godwin, TB: Downgrade in QB could lead to weak fantasy performance.

  George Pickens, PIT: Best play-maker in the Steelers offense.

  Christian Kirk, JAC: Huge contract led to 84-1108-8 line. Will addition of Ridley kill Kirk's value?

  Marquise Brown, ARI: Hopkins is gone but Kyler not likely to play a full season.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: Four-straight 1000-yard seasons. JSN arrival could mean fewer targets.

  Mike Evans, TB: Will we finally see a sub 1000-yard season from Evans?

  Jahan Dotson, WAS: Showed promise as a rookie. Ran hot on TDs.

  Michael Pittman Jr., IND: Set a career high in targets last season (141). Should once again lead the Colts in receiving.

  Gabriel Davis, BUF: Boom-bust vertical threat that lacks volume.

  Courtland Sutton, DEN: Could be Wilson's top target early with Jeudy dealing with hamstring issue.

  Kadarius Toney, KC: Chiefs want him to be their WR1 but he hasn't been able to stay on the field.

  Treylon Burks, TEN: Knee injury suffered 8/16. Week 1 a ?. May be slow out of the gate.

  Jaxon Smith-Njigba, SEA: Rookie should play in three-receiver sets but pre-season hand injury may cost him a couple games.

  Brandin Cooks, DAL: Will fight Gallup for targets.

  Zay Flowers, BAL: Promising rookie but will there be enough volume?

  Jerry Jeudy, DEN: Hamstring injury 8/24. Likely to be out several weeks.

  JuJu Smith-Schuster, NE: Will be an inconsistent WR3 at best in the Patriots offense.

  Michael Thomas, NO: Injury red flag is huge. Played 3 games in last two seasons.

  Quentin Johnston, LAC: Rookie that would have significant value if Allen or Williams gets injured.

  Odell Beckham Jr., BAL: Two ACL injuries but highly skilled. How much will BAL shift away from their run-first approach?

  Tyler Boyd, CIN: Good bench depth but needs an injury to be vaulted into weekly WR2 consideration.

  Michael Gallup, DAL: Will fight Cooks for targets.

  Nico Collins, HOU: Probably best as a No.2 receiver but forced into No.1 role in Houston.

  Jordan Addison, MIN: Should contribute immediately but at best would be third receiving option.

  Skyy Moore, KC: Opportunity for volume increase is there.

  Rashod Bateman, BAL: 3rd-year receiver that has yet to deliver the goods.

  Adam Thielen, CAR: Veteran volume receiver will likely be a WR3 option in PPR leagues.

  Jakobi Meyers, LV: Raiders No.2 receiver not likely to see significant volume.

  Curtis Samuel, WAS: Had 38 carries last season to go along with 64 receptions. Will new OC keep him in this role?

  Romeo Doubs, GB: Underwhelmed as a rookie but opportunity available for starting role.

  Alec Pierce, IND: Expected to start opposite Pittman.

  Darnell Mooney, CHI: Value sunk by Moore acquisition.

  Allen Lazard, NYJ: A Rodgers' favorite but not likely to make a big fantasy splash.

  D.J. Chark, CAR: Hamstring injury 8/23. Hard to see a ceiling with Dalton and rookie at QB.

  Marquez Valdes-Scantling, KC: Deep threat that isn't consistent enough in redraft leagues.

  Marvin Mims, DEN: Rookie may be forced into action given WR injuries in DEN.

  Jameson Williams, DET: Six-game suspension to start the season.

  Rondale Moore, ARI: Low aDOT role. Better in PPR leagues.

  K.J. Osborn, MIN: Hockenson is the real No.2 receiving option.

  Zay Jones, JAC: Variable third receiver in this offense but likely a WR5 for fantasy.

  Van Jefferson, LAR: Depth behind Kupp is lacking, meaning Jefferson has opportunity to start.

  Rashid Shaheed, NO: Intriguing big play wideout that lacks volume.

  Rashee Rice, KC: Could surprise if he plugged immediately into JuJu role.

  Robert Woods, HOU: Veteran presence that has little fantasy value. John Metchie may be worth a look in PPR leagues.

  Darius Slayton, NYG: Top three WRs are unsettled and lack true starter profiles.

  Isaiah Hodgins, NYG: Top three WRs are unsettled and lack true starter profiles.

Josh Palmer, LAC: Low aDOT role. More competition may keep Palmer off fantasy rosters this season.

  Jalin Hyatt, NYG: Rookie is in the mix for playing time but defined role is unclear at the moment.