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Regular Season, Updated: 7/2/2020


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 Michael Thomas NO 6 1.11
  2 Davante Adams GB 5 2.02
  3 Julio Jones ATL 10 2.03
4 Tyreek Hill KC 10 1.10
Tier 2
  5 DeAndre Hopkins ARI 8 1.11
  6 Kenny Golladay DET 5 2.12
  7 Cooper Kupp LAR 9 3.06
  8 Adam Thielen MIN 7 3.02
  9 Amari Cooper DAL 10 3.02
  10 Chris Godwin TB 13 2.06
  11 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 8 6.04
12 A.J. Brown TEN 7 4.02
  13 Robert Woods LAR 9 5.02
Tier 3
  14 Tyler Lockett SEA 6 4.06
  15 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE 9 7.06
  16 D.J. Moore CAR 13 6.09
  17 Mike Evans TB 13 2.09
  18 Allen Robinson CHI 11 5.06
  19 DeVante Parker MIA 11 7.02
  20 T.Y. Hilton IND 7 3.11
  21 Courtland Sutton DEN 8 7.10
  22 Keenan Allen LAC 10 4.05
  23 Calvin Ridley ATL 10 4.06
24 A.J. Green CIN 9 5.04
  25 D.J. Chark JAC 7 4.09
  26 Stefon Diggs BUF 11 5.05
  27 Terry McLaurin WAS 8 6.03
  28 Michael Gallup DAL 10 5.12
  29 Julian Edelman NE 6 8.05
  30 Jarvis Landry CLE 9 5.10
  31 DK Metcalf SEA 6 3.09
Tier 4
  32 Brandin Cooks HOU 8 6.05
  33 Golden Tate NYG 11 11.03
  34 Christian Kirk ARI 8 8.06
  35 Marquise Brown BAL 8 5.12
  36 John Brown BUF 11 8.07
  37 Marvin Jones DET 5 8.11
  38 Tyler Boyd CIN 9 7.07
  39 Jamison Crowder NYJ 11 13.03
  40 Diontae Johnson PIT 8 10.07
  41 Emmanuel Sanders NO 6 9.06
  42 Sterling Shepard NYG 11 9.08
  43 Mike Williams LAC 10 9.02
  44 Deebo Samuel SF 11 4.06
  45 Sammy Watkins KC 10 10.04
  46 Anthony Miller CHI 11 12.08
  47 Will Fuller HOU 8 7.09
Tier 5
  48 Corey Davis TEN 7 13.12
  49 Tyrell Williams LV 6 11.11
  50 Darius Slayton NYG 11 9.06
  51 Henry Ruggs III LV 6 12.06
  52 DeSean Jackson PHI 9 13.09
  53 Curtis Samuel CAR 13 13.07
  54 Preston Williams MIA 11 11.12
  55 Cole Beasley BUF 11 15.05
  56 Jalen Reagor PHI 9 14.06
  57 Jerry Jeudy DEN 8 11.03
  58 CeeDee Lamb DAL 10 10.04
  59 Michael Pittman Jr. IND 7 14.07
  60 Allen Lazard GB 5 14.03
  61 Justin Jefferson MIN 7 14.01
  62 Danny Amendola DET 5 15.05
  63 Breshad Perriman NYJ 11 14.04
  64 Alshon Jeffery PHI 9 10.01
  65 Robby Anderson CAR 13 10.09
Tier 6
  66 Dede Westbrook JAC 7 12.11
  67 N'Keal Harry NE 6 11.06
  68 Hunter Renfrow LV 6 15.05
  69 Parris Campbell IND 7 14.02
  70 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 8 14.03
  71 Brandon Aiyuk SF 11 -
  72 Chris Conley JAC 7 -
  73 Tee Higgins CIN 9 -
  74 Steven Sims WAS 8 -
  75 Denzel Mims NYJ 11 -
  76 Josh Reynolds LAR 9 -
  77 Albert Wilson MIA 11 -
  78 Kendrick Bourne SF 11 -
  79 John Ross CIN 9 12.10
  80 Mecole Hardman KC 10 8.08
  81 Russell Gage ATL 10 -
  82 Randall Cobb HOU 8 -
Tier 7
  83 Chase Claypool PIT 8 -
  84 Adam Humphries TEN 7 -
  85 Devin Funchess GB 5 -
  86 Jakobi Meyers NE 6 -
  87 Equanimeous St. Brown GB 5 -
  88 Willie Snead BAL 8 -
  89 Mohamed Sanu NE 6 -
  90 Miles Boykin BAL 8 -
  91 Kenny Stills HOU 8 14.05
  92 David Moore SEA 6 -
  93 James Washington PIT 8 13.09
  94 Olabisi Johnson MIN 7 -
  95 Phillip Dorsett SEA 6 -
  96 Andy Isabella ARI 8 -
  97 KJ Hamler DEN 8 -
  98 Demarcus Robinson KC 10 -
Tier 8
  99 Tre'Quan Smith NO 6 -
  100 Riley Ridley CHI 11 -
  101 Rashard Higgins CLE 9 -
  102 Zach Pascal IND 7 -
  103 Andre Patton LAC 10 -
  104 Laquon Treadwell ATL 10 -
  105 Antonio Gandy-Golden WAS 8 -
  106 Devin Duvernay BAL 8 -
  107 Van Jefferson LAR 9 -
  108 Kelvin Harmon WAS 8 -
  109 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC 7 -
  110 Jakeem Grant MIA 11 -
  111 KeeSean Johnson ARI 8 -
  112 Cordarrelle Patterson CHI 11 -
  113 Trent Taylor SF 11 -
  114 Tajae Sharpe MIN 7 -
  115 Ted Ginn Jr. CHI 11 -
  116 Andre Roberts BUF 11 -
  117 Keelan Cole JAC 7 -
  118 Justin Watson TB 13 -
  119 JJ Arcega-Whiteside PHI 9 -
  120 Geronimo Allison DET 5 -
  121 Marqise Lee NE 6 -
  122 Pharoh Cooper CAR 13 -
  123 Javon Wims CHI 11 -
  124 Allen Hurns MIA 11 -
  125 Tim Patrick DEN 8 -
  126 Kalif Raymond TEN 7 -
  127 Deonte Harris NO 6 -
  128 Cody Core NYG 11 -
  129 Taywan Taylor CLE 9 -
  130 Marcus Johnson IND 7 -
  131 Auden Tate CIN 9 -
  132 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB 5 -
  133 Nelson Agholor LV 6 -
  134 Joe Reed LAC 10 -
  135 Jalen Hurd SF 11 -
  136 Cedrick Wilson DAL 10 -
  137 Christian Blake ATL 10 -
  138 Scotty Miller TB 13 -
  139 Bryan Edwards LV 6 -
  140 Ryan Switzer PIT 8 -
  141 Seth Roberts CAR 13 -
  142 Tyler Johnson TB 13 -
  143 Trey Quinn WAS 8 -
  144 K.J. Osborn MIN 7 -
  145 Devin Smith DAL 10 -
 
COMMENTS
  Michael Thomas, NO: Thomas has been a top 6 fantasy WR in each of the last four years. The easy overall WR1.

  Davante Adams, GB: Lack off additions at WR in the off-season keeps Adams as the Packers target hog.

  Julio Jones, ATL: Only injury can keep Julio outside of a WR1 finish.

Tyreek Hill, KC: Limited to 12 games, Hill finished as the PPR WR10 in FPts/G (15.7).

  DeAndre Hopkins, ARI: Change of uniform shouldn't keep Hopkins from fourth-straight WR1 season.

  Kenny Golladay, DET: Led all WRs with 11 TDs in 2019.

  Cooper Kupp, LAR: Kupp's five 100-yard games all came in the first half of 2019. Solid WR2 with WR1 upside.

  Adam Thielen, MIN: Limited to 10 games in 2019. With Diggs in Buffalo, Thielen will easily be the top receiving threat in Minnesota.

  Amari Cooper, DAL: Cooper's production slowed in the back half of 2019. More of a high-end WR2 than WR1.

  Chris Godwin, TB: It's more likely that Godwin can keep his production with Brady at QB. Still a WR1.

  JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT: Coming off a disappointing 2019 (42-552-3) JuJu is a bounce back candidate as long as Big-Ben can remain healthy.

A.J. Brown, TEN: Brown finished 2019 as the WR21 with an incredibly 20.2 ypc. Lack of targets are a concern.

  Robert Woods, LAR: Rushing stats for Woods are often overlooked (157-1, 115-1 last two seasons). Solid WR2.

  Tyler Lockett, SEA: The nature of the SEA offense means Lockett may be inconsistent at times but he's still a solid WR2.

  Odell Beckham Jr., CLE: Dealt with sports hernia in 2019. New coaching staff is reason for optimism.

  D.J. Moore, CAR: No.1 WR option but addition of Robby Anderson and new offense create some fantasy uncertainty.

  Mike Evans, TB: Positive game scripts is going to equal less target volume for Evans and/or Godwin.

  Allen Robinson, CHI: Locked in as the Bears No.1 WR. QB inconsistency is a concern.

  DeVante Parker, MIA: Finally! Breakout season for Parker came in year 5 (72-1202-9). In the WR2 conversation.

  T.Y. Hilton, IND: Passing offense is expected to run through Hilton according to OC Nick Sirianni.

  Courtland Sutton, DEN: An impressive 15.9 ypc over first two seasons. Increased weapons means Sutton is unlikely to repeat 2019 season.

  Keenan Allen, LAC: Expected decline in offensive efficiency makes Allen more a WR2 in 2020.

  Calvin Ridley, ATL: Was on pace for 1000-yard season in 2019; missed 3 games due to injury. Easy low-end WR2 in all formats.

A.J. Green, CIN: Sat out 2019 with an ankle injury and hurt feelings. Will be 32 in late July.

  D.J. Chark, JAC: Chark's breakout season was impressive (73-1008-8) but questions at QB and a new OC create skepticism.

  Stefon Diggs, BUF: Hard to get excited about Diggs as anything more than a low-end WR2 in Buffalo's low volume passing attack.

  Terry McLaurin, WAS: The lone bright spot in WAS offense last season, McLaurin (58-919-7) has mid-range WR2 upside.

  Michael Gallup, DAL: Addition of rookie Lamb takes some shine off Gallup's upside.

  Julian Edelman, NE: With Brady gone, the shine has come off Edelman's fantasy value. The 34 year-old is a better WR3 than WR2.

  Jarvis Landry, CLE: Coming off his best fantasy season since 2015, Landry is rehabbing off-season hip surgery.

  DK Metcalf, SEA: Metcalf's solid rookie season (58-900-7) will have him in the WR2 conversation in 2020.

  Brandin Cooks, HOU: Cooks has a long history of concussions but should slide right into the starting lineup opposite Will Fuller.

  Golden Tate, NYG: Tate has risky WR3 value in a crowded receiver group. Missed 4 games in 2019 due to suspension.

  Christian Kirk, ARI: Addition of Hopkins takes the shine of Kirk's fantasy appeal. WR3 is realistic.

  Marquise Brown, BAL: Bothered by foot problems in 2019; run-oriented offense makes Hollywood a weekly boom-bust option.

  John Brown, BUF: Addition of Diggs is a dagger to Brown's fantasy value.

  Marvin Jones, DET: Jones is typically undervalued. 2019 ADP: WR42; 2019 Finish: WR28

  Tyler Boyd, CIN: Hard to see Boyd completing another 1000-yard season with Green back in the mix.

  Jamison Crowder, NYJ: With new faces on the outside, Crowder should be the PPR WR to own from the Jets.

  Diontae Johnson, PIT: Given his rookie season (59-680-5), Johnson will carry the sleeper moniker among fantasy owners.

  Emmanuel Sanders, NO: Sanders is the legitimate No.2 WR the Saints have been lacking. Fantasy WR4.

  Sterling Shepard, NYG: Difficult to predict the WR to own in the Giants' offense. Shephard could be a nice PPR value.

  Mike Williams, LAC: Changes at QB mean jump balls may be few and far between for Williams this season.

  Deebo Samuel, SF: Broken foot suffered on 6/18. Looking at a 3-month recovery.

  Sammy Watkins, KC: Restructured deal keeps Watkins in starting lineup. A weekly WR3 that will struggle with consistency.

  Anthony Miller, CHI: Release of Gabriel locks Miller into the No.2 role. A decent late-round flier.

  Will Fuller, HOU: Going on year 5, the next full season Fuller players will be his first. Coming off core muscle surgery.

  Corey Davis, TEN: Titans declined Davis' 5th-year option for 2021. This could be his final year in TEN.

  Tyrell Williams, LV: 40 receptions in each of the last two seasons has Williams in the WR4/5 range.

  Darius Slayton, NYG: 8 TDs vaulted Slayton into fantasy relevance last season. Hard to see similar production in 2020 if WR group stays healthy.

  Henry Ruggs III, LV: Lack of downfield attempts by Carr is concerning but Ruggs will easily find himself in the starting lineup making him a WR 3/4 in year 1.

  DeSean Jackson, PHI: The 33 year-old missed 13 games season due to a core injury. He's a risky WR3 in all formats.

  Preston Williams, MIA: ACL tear in early November. May be slow coming out of the gate in 2020.

  Jalen Reagor, PHI: The rookie figures to be a deep threat option in year 1, making him a weekly boom-or-bust option.

  Jerry Jeudy, DEN: Rookie should slide into starting lineup opposite Courtland Sutton.

  CeeDee Lamb, DAL: Rookie should immediately slide into 3-WR sets but path to fantasy impact is blocked by Cooper and Gallup.

  Michael Pittman Jr., IND: Pittman is expected to work as the teams X receiver according to HC Frank Reich.

  Justin Jefferson, MIN: Rookie should slide into starting role but low-volume passing attack and lack of practice time with QB will damage fantasy value.

  Breshad Perriman, NYJ: Perriman moves into a starting role but could struggle to maintain consistent fantasy value in Jets' uninspiring passing attack.

  Alshon Jeffery, PHI: Jeffery is coming a Lisfranc injury suffered in December. His status needs be monitored heading into Week 1.

  Robby Anderson, CAR: Third in pecking order for targets behind McCaffrey and Moore. Inconsistent late-round flier.

  Dede Westbrook, JAC: Should secure a starting role opposite Chark in new OC Jay Gruden's system.

  N'Keal Harry, NE: Limited to 7 games in 2019. Should be in starting lineup but questions around QB play make Harry a risky fantasy pick.

  Larry Fitzgerald, ARI: Addition of Hopkins knocks Fitz down to third in receiving pecking order.

  Brandon Aiyuk, SF: The third receiving option in a run-heavy offense doesn't lead to fantasy success.

  Josh Reynolds, LAR: Reynolds is expected to step into three-WR sets with Cooks out of the picture.

  Mecole Hardman, KC: Fantasy owners expecting a breakout will be upset when Chiefs keep Hardman is similar role as 2019.

  Mohamed Sanu, NE: Battled ankle issues in 2019. Off-season surgery. Unknown QB. Better options for your WR4.