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Regular Season, Updated: 6/5/2024

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 Tyreek Hill MIA 6 WR2
  2 CeeDee Lamb DAL 7 WR1
  3 Justin Jefferson MIN 6 WR3
  4 Ja'Marr Chase CIN 12 WR4
Tier 2
  5 Puka Nacua LAR 6 WR6
  6 Amon-Ra St. Brown DET 5 WR5
  7 A.J. Brown PHI 5 WR7
Tier 3
  8 Mike Evans TB 11 WR19
  9 Garrett Wilson NYJ 12 WR8
  10 Deebo Samuel SF 9 WR15
  11 Chris Olave NO 12 WR11
  12 Brandon Aiyuk SF 9 WR17
  13 Davante Adams LV 10 WR9
  14 DeVonta Smith PHI 5 WR23
  15 Drake London ATL 12 WR14
Tier 4
  16 DK Metcalf SEA 10 WR22
  17 Nico Collins HOU 14 WR13
  18 George Pickens PIT 9 WR29
  19 Marvin Harrison Jr. ARI 11 WR10
  20 Jaylen Waddle MIA 6 WR20
  21 Cooper Kupp LAR 6 WR21
  22 Zay Flowers BAL 14 WR26
  23 Amari Cooper CLE 10 WR24
  24 Michael Pittman Jr. IND 14 WR12
  25 D.J. Moore CHI 7 WR16
  26 Stefon Diggs HOU 14 WR18
  27 DeAndre Hopkins TEN 5 WR37
  28 Christian Kirk JAC 12 WR31
Tier 5
  29 Chris Godwin TB 11 WR33
  30 Jayden Reed GB 10 WR34
  31 Tee Higgins CIN 12 WR28
  32 Tank Dell HOU 14 WR30
  33 Marquise Brown KC 6 WR38
  34 Malik Nabers NYG 11 WR27
  35 Terry McLaurin WAS 14 WR32
  36 Calvin Ridley TEN 5 WR35
  37 Jordan Addison MIN 6 WR40
  38 Diontae Johnson CAR 11 WR39
  39 Courtland Sutton DEN 14 WR46
  40 Tyler Lockett SEA 10 WR53
  41 Keenan Allen CHI 7 WR25
  42 Brandin Cooks DAL 7 WR62
Tier 6
  43 Jameson Williams DET 5 WR48
  44 Rashee Rice KC 6 WR36
  45 Josh Palmer LAC 5 WR60
  46 Rashid Shaheed NO 12 WR61
  47 Jaxon Smith-Njigba SEA 10 WR45
  48 Rome Odunze CHI 7 WR43
  49 Jakobi Meyers LV 10 WR50
  50 Kendrick Bourne NE 14 WR88
  51 Jerry Jeudy CLE 10 WR56
  52 Keon Coleman BUF 12 WR47
  53 Curtis Samuel BUF 12 WR52
  54 Jahan Dotson WAS 14 WR58
  55 Romeo Doubs GB 10 WR51
  56 Ladd McConkey LAC 5 WR44
  57 Xavier Worthy KC 6 WR42
Tier 7
  58 Demario Douglas NE 14 WR77
  59 Adam Thielen CAR 11 WR63
  60 Darnell Mooney ATL 12 WR67
  61 Marvin Mims DEN 14 WR71
  62 Gabe Davis JAC 12 WR57
  63 Demarcus Robinson LAR 6 WR81
  64 Christian Watson GB 10 WR41
  65 Mike Williams NYJ 12 WR55
  66 Darius Slayton NYG 11 WR85
  67 Michael Wilson ARI 11 WR64
  68 Brian Thomas Jr. JAC 12 WR49
  69 Josh Downs IND 14 WR59
  70 Khalil Shakir BUF 12 WR54
  71 Quentin Johnston LAC 5 WR65
  72 Rashod Bateman BAL 14 WR76
Tier 8
  73 Wan'Dale Robinson NYG 11 WR74
  74 Elijah Moore CLE 10 WR86
  75 Jalen Tolbert DAL 7 -
  76 Ja'Lynn Polk NE 14 WR75
  77 D.J. Chark LAC 5 -
  78 Dontayvion Wicks GB 10 WR68
  79 Adonai Mitchell IND 14 WR69
  80 Trey Palmer TB 11 -
  81 Jermaine Burton CIN 12 WR78
  82 Odell Beckham Jr. MIA 6 WR89
  83 Rondale Moore ATL 12 -
  84 Tyler Boyd TEN 5 WR82
  85 Xavier Legette CAR 11 WR66
  86 Josh Reynolds DEN 14 -
  87 Zay Jones ARI 11 WR79
  88 Kalif Raymond DET 5 -
  89 Jalin Hyatt NYG 11 WR90
  90 Calvin Austin PIT 9 -
Tier 9
  91 Malachi Corley NYJ 12 WR80
  92 Tre Tucker LV 10 -
  93 Mack Hollins BUF 12 -
  94 Allen Lazard NYJ 12 -
  95 Greg Dortch ARI 11 -
  96 Roman Wilson PIT 9 WR72
  97 Nelson Agholor BAL 14 -
  98 Noah Brown HOU 14 -
  99 Jamison Crowder WAS 14 -
  100 Ricky Pearsall SF 9 WR73
  101 Van Jefferson PIT 9 -
  102 KaVontae Turpin DAL 7 -
  103 Devin Duvernay JAC 12 -
  104 Andrei Iosivas CIN 12 -
  105 Treylon Burks TEN 5 -
  106 JuJu Smith-Schuster NE 14 -
  107 Marquez Valdes-Scantling BUF 12 -
  108 Tutu Atwell LAR 6 -
  109 Justin Watson KC 6 -
  110 Donovan Peoples-Jones DET 5 -
  111 Michael Gallup LV 10 -
  112 Luke McCaffrey WAS 14 WR83
  113 Jalen McMillan TB 11 -
  114 Brandon Powell MIN 6 -
  115 Alec Pierce IND 14 -
  116 Braxton Berrios MIA 6 -
  117 Parris Campbell PHI 5 -
  118 Bub Means NO 12 -
  119 Jauan Jennings SF 9 -
  120 Tyler Scott CHI 7 -
  121 Trent Sherfield MIN 6 -
  122 Jalen Reagor NE 14 -
  123 Jonathan Mingo CAR 11 -
  124 Troy Franklin DEN 14 WR70
  125 Cedric Tillman CLE 10 -
  126 Devontez Walker BAL 14 -
  127 A.T. Perry NO 12 WR84
  128 Cedrick Wilson NO 12 -
  129 Skyy Moore KC 6 -
  130 Jake Bobo SEA 10 -
  131 Ray-Ray McCloud ATL 12 -
  132 Bo Melton GB 10 -
  133 Trenton Irwin CIN 12 -
  134 Isaiah Hodgins NYG 11 -
  135 Ainias Smith PHI 5 -
  136 Xavier Gipson NYJ 12 -
  137 Parker Washington JAC 12 -
  138 Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN 5 -
  139 Dyami Brown WAS 14 -
  140 Malik Washington MIA 6 -
  Tyreek Hill, MIA: Back-to-back seasons of 1700 receiving yards. One of the top three fantasy options at the position.

  CeeDee Lamb, DAL: Top fantasy wideout in 2023. More of the same expected in 2024.

  Justin Jefferson, MIN: Had 1074 yards in only 10 games last season.

  Ja'Marr Chase, CIN: Been a top-12 fantasy wideout in each of his first three seasons.

  Puka Nacua, LAR: 105 catches and almost 1500 yards as a rookie. A WR1 even with Kupp on the other side.

  Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET: Took another leap in Year 3. Established himself as a top ten fantasy wideout.

  A.J. Brown, PHI: Back-to-back 1400 receiving seasons. Concentrated pass offense around Brown and Smith.

  Mike Evans, TB: 10-straight seasons over 1000 receiving yards for Mike Evans.

  Garrett Wilson, NYJ: Should be top 5 among all receivers in targets in 2024.

  Deebo Samuel, SF: Dual-threat weapon with 1117 yds and 12 total TDs last season.

  Chris Olave, NO: Holds WR2 value as the Saints to pass catcher.

  Brandon Aiyuk, SF: Looking for a new deal. 49ers best pure receiver. High-end WR2.

  Davante Adams, LV: Four-straight 100-catch seasons for Adams. Age 31 and QB concerns.

  DeVonta Smith, PHI: Concentrated pass offense around Brown and Smith. 7 TDs each of the last two seasons for Smith.

  Drake London, ATL: Should set a career high in targets as long as he remains healthy.

  DK Metcalf, SEA: With three capable wideouts in Seattle, Metcalf has settled into a strong fantasy WR2.

  Nico Collins, HOU: Nico is not likely to repeat his WR12 finish with Diggs in town and a healthy Tank Dell.

  George Pickens, PIT: Pickens moves into the No.1 WR role with Diontae Johnson gone.

  Marvin Harrison Jr., ARI: Rookie steps into a dominant target role.

  Jaylen Waddle, MIA: New contract extension. Three-straight seasons of 1000 yards.

  Cooper Kupp, LAR: Injuries have hampered his last two seasons. Now playing second fiddle to Puka.

  Zay Flowers, BAL: WR 2/3 that lacks volume of a typical No.1 wideout.

  Amari Cooper, CLE: 1000-yard seasons in five out of last six years for Cooper.

  Michael Pittman Jr., IND: Top 15 in targets each of the last three seasons. Low-end WR1 with upside.

  D.J. Moore, CHI: Still top wideout on team but Keenan Allen's presence will be a factor.

  Stefon Diggs, HOU: Great depth for Texans but must be comfortable sharing the spotlight with two younger, talented receivers.

  DeAndre Hopkins, TEN: Hopkins more of a high-end WR2 at this point is his career. Ridley and Boyd could steal targets.

  Christian Kirk, JAC: Groin injury cost him 5 games last season. WR2 upside with Ridley gone.

  Chris Godwin, TB: Expected to see more slot action which should increase his PPR value.

  Jayden Reed, GB: Green Bay's WR room is full of options making them volatile for fantasy owners.

  Tee Higgins, CIN: Higgins wants a new deal. Has yet to sigh franchise tag. Could be last year in CIN.

  Tank Dell, HOU: Broken leg in early December. Should be ready for camp.

  Marquise Brown, KC: Should open up the Chiefs downfield passing attack. Could take on a bigger role if Rice is suspended.

  Malik Nabers, NYG: Most talented receiver on Giants roster. Should step into a starting role.

  Terry McLaurin, WAS: Four-straight 1000-yard seasons. New coach and rookie QB to deal with.

  Calvin Ridley, TEN: Titans upgrade WR room with Ridley on a sizeable deal. Unlikely to see 1000 yards with Hopkins in town.

  Jordan Addison, MIN: Established himself as a solid contributor in rookie year. No.2 wideout role locked up.

  Diontae Johnson, CAR: Should be No.1 wideout in CAR but probably more of a fantasy WR2, with most value in PPR leagues.

  Courtland Sutton, DEN: 10 TDs in 2023 sparked Sutton's best fantasy season since 2019.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: Role seems set but Lockett is 31 years old. And slowing signs could lead to more JSN.

  Keenan Allen, CHI: Won't see the same target share he enjoyed with LAC. 32 years old.

  Brandin Cooks, DAL: Has the No.2 wideout spot locked down.

  Jameson Williams, DET: Can we get a full season of Jameson please? Door is open for him to be the No.2 wideout.

  Rashee Rice, KC: Off-field trouble. Suspension expected but how many games remains unclear.

  Josh Palmer, LAC: Opportunity for a starting role. Averaged 15.3 yards per catch last season.

  Rashid Shaheed, NO: Big-play threat should see an increased snap share in 2024.

  Jaxon Smith-Njigba, SEA: Wouldn't be surprised to see a Year 2 jump for JSN but will have to come at the expense of Lockett.

  Rome Odunze, CHI: Rookie looks promising but will have to wait his turn behind Moore and Allen.

  Jakobi Meyers, LV: Been a solid 800-yard receiver the last three seasons. No.2 wideout role secured.

  Kendrick Bourne, NE: ACL injury in late October.

  Jerry Jeudy, CLE: Jeudy got paid like a valuable part of the offense. His best fantasy season was WR22 in 2022.

  Keon Coleman, BUF: Rookie has good opportunity to carve out a role. We'll get a better idea of his role during camp.

  Curtis Samuel, BUF: Should crack the starting lineup as the Bills piece together their WR room.

  Jahan Dotson, WAS: Moves into No.2 wideout role with Curtis Samuel gone.

  Romeo Doubs, GB: 8 TDs kept Doubs in the fantasy conversation but he failed to crack 700 receiving yards last season.

  Ladd McConkey, LAC: Rookie could find himself in starting lineup given weak WR room. Keenan Allen role?

  Xavier Worthy, KC: Speedster. Fantasy output will be spotty given history of rookie WRs in this offense.

  Demario Douglas, NE: Not a prototypical No.1 wideout at only 5-8, 179 lbs.

  Adam Thielen, CAR: 33-year-old veteran coming off his best season since 2020. Won't repeat those numbers with Diontae Johnson in town.

  Darnell Mooney, ATL: Should slide right into the No.2 wideout role. Inconsistent flex option as he's 4th in line for touches.

  Marvin Mims, DEN: Expect Mims to see the field more in 2024. 35.8% snap share last season.

  Gabe Davis, JAC: Deep threat option in Jags offense. Likely to start opposite Kirk.

  Demarcus Robinson, LAR: Valuable third WR to the Rams but fantasy value will be spotty.

  Christian Watson, GB: Took a deep dive into his hamstring issues this off-season. Will it help?

  Mike Williams, NYJ: ACL recovery. Likely to be limited in camp but Week 1 availability is realistic.

  Darius Slayton, NYG: A 700-yard receiver the last two seasons. Upside is limited.

  Michael Wilson, ARI: Second-year wideout will struggle to see volume.

  Brian Thomas Jr., JAC: Fourth option in passing offense behind Kirk, Engram and Gabe Davis.

  Josh Downs, IND: Should have the No.2 wideout role. Low aDOT, PPR type.

  Quentin Johnston, LAC: Chargers don't have much of a choice. Must play Johnston despite shaky rookie season.

  Rashod Bateman, BAL: Coaching staff expects Bateman to more involved this season. Weekly flex option is best outcome.

  Wan'Dale Robinson, NYG: Slot receiver. Short receptions and lack of TDs aren't great for his fantasy value.

  Ja'Lynn Polk, NE: Thin WR room in New England with uninspiring fantasy prospects could be beneficial for rookie.

  Dontayvion Wicks, GB: Staff loves him but will need more snaps to stay fantasy relevant.

  Adonai Mitchell, IND: Rookie will battle Pierce for WR3 role.

  Jermaine Burton, CIN: Third WR role is open for business as Tyler Boyd (TEN) has moved on.

  Odell Beckham Jr., MIA: Third option in passing game. Unlikely to have significant fantasy value.

  Tyler Boyd, TEN: Boyd's arrival pushes Burks down the food chain. Boyd barely cracked the top 50 WRs in PPR leagues last season.

  Xavier Legette, CAR: Rookie has opportunity in weak WR room but fantasy value is weak.

  Zay Jones, ARI: Should easily start in three-WR sets.

  Calvin Austin, PIT: No.2 wide receiver spot is up for grabs. Austin, Wilson, Callaway and Jefferson could all win the job.

  Roman Wilson, PIT: No.2 wide receiver spot is up for grabs. Wilson, Austin, Callaway and Jefferson could all win the job.

  JuJu Smith-Schuster, NE: Battled injuries last season. Will likely go undrafted in most leagues.