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Regular Season, Updated: 6/3/19


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

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

Rankings:  Top 200 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Print | MFL Power


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
WIDE RECEIVERS
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 DeAndre Hopkins HOU 10 1.08
  2 Julio Jones ATL 9 2.01
  3 Davante Adams GB 11 1.10
Tier 2
  4 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 7 2.06
  5 Michael Thomas NO 9 2.02
  6 Mike Evans TB 7 2.09
  7 Adam Thielen MIN 12 3.03
  8 Antonio Brown OAK 6 2.08
Tier 3
  9 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE 7 2.04
  10 Keenan Allen LAC 12 3.07
  11 A.J. Green CIN 9 3.04
  12 Kenny Golladay DET 5 4.11
  13 T.Y. Hilton IND 6 3.02
  14 Julian Edelman NE 10 4.07
  15 Robert Woods LAR 9 4.10
Tier 4
  16 Sammy Watkins KC 12 5.08
  17 Tyler Lockett SEA 11 6.05
  18 Stefon Diggs MIN 12 4.03
  19 Amari Cooper DAL 8 3.10
  20 Brandin Cooks LAR 9 4.07
  21 Cooper Kupp LAR 9 5.01
  22 Alshon Jeffery PHI 10 6.05
Tier 5
  23 Mike Williams LAC 12 5.06
  24 Robby Anderson NYJ 4 7.07
  25 Chris Godwin TB 7 5.06
  26 D.J. Moore CAR 7 7.02
  27 Allen Robinson CHI 6 7.09
  28 Corey Davis TEN 11 8.06
  29 Dede Westbrook JAC 10 11.05
  30 Calvin Ridley ATL 9 6.01
  31 Jarvis Landry CLE 7 5.08
  32 Tyler Boyd CIN 9 6.11
  33 Golden Tate NYG 11 10.12
  34 Robert Foster BUF 6 14.06
  35 Emmanuel Sanders DEN 10 8.11
Tier 6
  36 D.K. Metcalf SEA 11 8.12
  37 Courtland Sutton DEN 10 9.05
  38 Marquise Goodwin SF 4 12.01
  39 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 12 9.07
  40 Will Fuller HOU 10 7.04
  41 Marqise Lee JAC 10 14.12
  42 DeVante Parker MIA 5 14.12
  43 Kenny Stills MIA 5 14.03
  44 John Brown BUF 6 14.05
  45 Mohamed Sanu ATL 9 14.12
  46 Tyrell Williams OAK 6 12.07
  47 Nelson Agholor PHI 10 14.12
  48 Willie Snead BAL 8 14.12
  49 DeSean Jackson PHI 10 11.01
  50 Mecole Hardman KC 12 10.12
Tier 7
  51 Josh Doctson WAS 10 14.12
  52 Michael Gallup DAL 8 14.12
  53 Danny Amendola DET 5 14.12
  54 Devin Funchess IND 6 9.08
  55 Dante Pettis SF 4 8.10
  56 Demarcus Robinson KC 12 14.12
  57 Christian Kirk ARI 12 7.12
  58 Quincy Enunwa NYJ 4 14.12
  59 Curtis Samuel CAR 7 12.06
  60 James Washington PIT 7 10.12
  61 Ted Ginn Jr. NO 9 14.12
  62 Marvin Jones DET 5 9.01
  63 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB 11 14.06
  64 Taylor Gabriel CHI 6 14.12
  65 N'Keal Harry NE 10 9.10
  66 A.J. Brown TEN 11 14.09
  67 Anthony Miller CHI 6 12.01
  68 Donte Moncrief PIT 7 13.01
  69 Adam Humphries TEN 11 -
  70 Andy Isabella ARI 12 15.02
  71 Jamison Crowder NYJ 4 -
  72 Geronimo Allison GB 11 9.11
  73 Keke Coutee HOU 10 13.01
Tier 8
  74 Travis Benjamin LAC 12 -
  75 Equanimeous St. Brown GB 11 -
  76 Parris Campbell IND 6 13.04
  77 Albert Wilson MIA 5 -
  78 Randall Cobb DAL 8 -
  79 Tre'Quan Smith NO 9 14.10
  80 Deebo Samuel SF 4 14.09
  81 Sterling Shepard NYG 11 8.11
  82 Cole Beasley BUF 6 -
  83 Marquise Brown BAL 8 13.11
  84 Paul Richardson WAS 10 -
  85 Chris Hogan CAR 7 -
  86 David Moore SEA 11 -
  87 Seth Roberts BAL 8 -
  88 Corey Coleman NYG 11 -
  89 Keelan Cole JAC 10 -
  90 DaeSean Hamilton DEN 10 14.06
  91 Phillip Dorsett NE 10 -
  92 Laquon Treadwell MIN 12 -
  93 John Ross CIN 9 -
  94 Trey Quinn WAS 10 -
  95 Marcell Ateman OAK 6 -
  96 Zay Jones BUF 6 -
Tier 9
  97 Breshad Perriman TB 7 -
  98 Keith Kirkwood NO 9 -
  99 Chris Conley JAC 10 -
  100 Jarius Wright CAR 7 -
  101 Hakeem Butler ARI 12 -
  102 Chester Rogers IND 6 -
  103 Jakeem Grant MIA 5 -
  104 Josh Reynolds LAR 9 -
  105 Antonio Callaway CLE 7 -
  106 Ryan Grant OAK 6 -
  107 D.J. Chark JAC 10 -
  108 Russell Shepard NYG 11 -
  109 Isaiah McKenzie BUF 6 -
  110 Cordarrelle Patterson CHI 6 -
  111 Ryan Switzer PIT 7 -
  112 Jordan Matthews SF 4 -
  113 Tajae Sharpe TEN 11 -
  114 JJ Arcega-Whiteside PHI 10 -
  115 Taywan Taylor TEN 11 -
  116 Eli Rogers PIT 7 -
  117 DeAndre Carter HOU 10 -
  118 Diontae Johnson PIT 7 -
  119 J.J. Nelson OAK 6 -
  120 Tavon Austin DAL 8 -
  121 Justin Hardy ATL 9 -
  122 Alex Erickson CIN 9 -
  123 Chris Moore BAL 8 -
  124 Zach Pascal IND 6 -
  125 Geremy Davis LAC 12 -
  126 Rashard Higgins CLE 7 -
  127 Torrey Smith CAR 7 -
  128 Demaryius Thomas NE 10 13.05
  129 Chad Williams ARI 12 -
  130 Jaron Brown SEA 11 -
  131 Tim Patrick DEN 10 -
  132 Deontay Burnett NYJ 4 -
  133 Jordan Taylor MIN 12 -
  134 Cameron Meredith NO 9 -
  135 Justin Watson TB 7 -
  136 Andy Jones DET 5 -
  137 Brice Butler MIA 5 -
  138 Miles Boykin BAL 8 -
  139 Gary Jennings SEA 11 -
  140 KeeSean Johnson ARI 12 -
  141 Allen Hurns DAL 8 -
  142 Riley Ridley CHI 6 -
  143 Kelvin Harmon WAS 10 -
  144 Josh Malone CIN 9 -
  145 Russell Gage ATL 9 -
  146 Cody Latimer NYG 11 -
  147 Dwayne Harris OAK 6 -
  148 Tyreek Hill KC 12 5.01
 
COMMENTS
  DeAndre Hopkins, HOU: In his prime, Hopkins is the conversation for the best received in fantasy football.

  Julio Jones, ATL: Yardage is a given, only a double-digit TD season can keep Julio from being the No.1 overall fantasy wideout.

  Davante Adams, GB: In the discussion for the top fantasy WR in 2019.

  JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT: JuJu slides into the No.1 receiver role with AB in Oakland. Finished with 111 catches in 2018.

  Michael Thomas, NO: If he stays healthy, Thomas is a lock for another 100-catch season.

  Mike Evans, TB: Evans has topped 1000 yards in each of his five seasons in the league.

  Adam Thielen, MIN: Started 2018 with 8-straight 100-yard games. Thielen's been a WR1 the last two seasons.

  Antonio Brown, OAK: Brown's shift from Roethlisberger to Carr at QB caps his upside. He's no longer the top fantasy WR in the game.

  Odell Beckham Jr., CLE: New team, offense will make it difficult to remain a high-end WR1.

  Keenan Allen, LAC: Allen should once again flirt with 100 receptions giving him a low-end WR1 ceiling in PPR leagues.

  A.J. Green, CIN: Green was on pace for a high-end WR1 finish in 2018 before suffering a toe injury in Week 8.

  Kenny Golladay, DET: Lacks offensive philosophy to be a WR1 but should return solid WR2 numbers.

  T.Y. Hilton, IND: The Colts deep threat is inline for another WR2 finish.

  Julian Edelman, NE: Edelman will be a PPR in 2019 as long as he remains healthy.

  Robert Woods, LAR: Woods' production will take a step back if Kupp is able to return, but WR2 value is doable.

  Sammy Watkins, KC: Watkins could have his best season a pro if he's thrust into the No.1 WR role. But, he'll need to stay on the field.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: Lockett's insane TD efficiency last season is not sustainable but he remains in the low-end WR2 conversation.

  Stefon Diggs, MIN: Diggs notched his first 100-catch season in 2018. He's an easy WR2 with low-end WR1 upside.

  Amari Cooper, DAL: Cooper's fantasy prospects are brighter with Dallas but the Cowboys remain a run-first team.

  Brandin Cooks, LAR: A volatile WR2 given his boom/bust nature.

  Cooper Kupp, LAR: Coming off an ACL tear on November 11th, Kupp is eyeing Week 1 as a return date.

  Alshon Jeffery, PHI: Injuries and multiple offensive weapons caps Jeffery's value as a low-end WR2.

  Mike Williams, LAC: If Williams can expand his yardage production with Tyrell Williams in Oakland, he could be a more consistent WR2.

  Robby Anderson, NYJ: Anderson's looking to carry over his strong finish to 2018 (23 catches, 336 yds, 3 TDs in final four games).

  Chris Godwin, TB: The "sleeper" every casual fantasy owner will be eyeing in 2019 redraft leagues.

  D.J. Moore, CAR: The closest thing the Panthers have to a No.1 receiver. Provides rushing ability as well.

  Allen Robinson, CHI: Still trying to regain his form from 2015. Staying on the field for all 16 games would go a long way.

  Corey Davis, TEN: The Titans poor passing offense has rendered Davis as an unreliable WR3.

  Dede Westbrook, JAC: Westbrook may head into training camp as the de facto No.1 receiving option.

  Calvin Ridley, ATL: TD regression is coming, but Ridley is a solid WR3 option given the high-powered Atlanta offense.

  Jarvis Landry, CLE: His 148 targets from 2018 is likely to take a hit given the signing of Beckham.

  Tyler Boyd, CIN: Made the most of A.J. Green's absence last season, Will likely be overvalued as a result.

  Golden Tate, NYG: The de facto No.1 receiver, Tate should have some WR2 value in PPR leagues.

  Robert Foster, BUF: Averaged 20.1 yards per catch last season. A viable WR4/5 for your bench.

  Emmanuel Sanders, DEN: Recovering from an Achilles injury, Sanders is a candidate for a down year.

  D.K. Metcalf, SEA: The retirement of Doug Baldwin gives Metcalf a clear path to the starting lineup in 2019.

  Courtland Sutton, DEN: Sutton's locked into a starting role but will have his ups and downs in Flacco-led offense.

  Marquise Goodwin, SF: Goodwin, Pettis and Samuel project to be the top three receivers in SF, but pegging a fantasy relevant option from that group is difficult.

  Larry Fitzgerald, ARI: Multiple options for Murray will likely cap Fitz's ceiling as a low-end WR2.

  Will Fuller, HOU: Recovering from ACL tear on October 25th.

  Marqise Lee, JAC: Missed 2018 with an ACL tear. His status for camp remains uncertain.

  DeVante Parker, MIA: Going into season 5 Parker is still looking for a breakout season. Fantasy owners are right to be skeptical.

  Kenny Stills, MIA: HC Brian Flores isn't tipping his hand on the specific roles for his receivers. Stills in the slot would make him the most valuable of the group.

  John Brown, BUF: A good fit with the deep-throwing Josh Allen but offense will need to improve in order to support two fantasy receivers.

  Tyrell Williams, OAK: A permanent fixture in the starting lineup, Williams will have weekly WR3 or Flex value in redraft leagues.

  Nelson Agholor, PHI: Was the subject of trade speculation during the off-season. Signing of DeSean Jackson limit's Agholor's value.

  Willie Snead, BAL: No standout WR in a run-heavy offense will make Baltimore receivers fantasy afterthoughts.

  DeSean Jackson, PHI: Jackson's move to Philadelphia doesn't really increase his fantasy value. He'll be an inconsistent WR3.

  Mecole Hardman, KC: Hardman's fantasy value hinges on the status of Tyreek Hill.

  Josh Doctson, WAS: The passing game will be inconsistent at best leaving the receivers in WAS as bench fodder for fantasy owners.

  Michael Gallup, DAL: Gallup's role as deep threat will make him a volatile fantasy asset.

  Devin Funchess, IND: Could be a sneaky redzone threat and a viable Flex play in the right matchup.

  Dante Pettis, SF: Will fight for targets with rookie Deebo Samuel opposite Marquise Goodwin.

  Curtis Samuel, CAR: Loss of Funchess should increase the opportunities for Samuel.

  James Washington, PIT: Will compete with Donte Moncrief for targets behind Smith-Schuster.

  Ted Ginn Jr., NO: The No.2 WR role behind Thomas is up for grabs.

  Marvin Jones, DET: Missed 7 games last season with a knee issue. Expected to be ready for training camp.

  Marquez Valdes-Scantling, GB: Specific roles in new Packers offense remains a mystery. MVS is expected to be in the mix.

  Taylor Gabriel, CHI: Gabriel basically doubled his 2017 production in 2018 but offensive role caps his upside as a WR4.

  N'Keal Harry, NE: Rookie may step into a starting role given the limited options at receiver.

  Jamison Crowder, NYJ: Expected to be the Jets slot man in 2019. WR4/5 value in PPR leagues.

  Keke Coutee, HOU: Bothered by hamstring injuries in 2018. Should fill the slot role with Hopkins and Fuller on the outside.

  Sterling Shepard, NYG: Expected to start along side Golden Tate, Shepard projects as a WR4 in an offense expected to struggle.

  Cole Beasley, BUF: Will play in the slot for the Bills. Passing offense needs to improve for Beasley to have any fantasy value.

  Trey Quinn, WAS: Quinn should take over the slot role now that Jamison Crowder is wearing green and white.

  Tyreek Hill, KC: Hill's status with the Chiefs and the league remains up in the air.