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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 Travis Kelce KC 12 2.04
  2 George Kittle SF 4 3.09
  3 Zach Ertz PHI 10 3.04
Tier 2
  4 Evan Engram NYG 11 6.05
  5 O.J. Howard TB 7 5.11
  6 Eric Ebron IND 6 5.09
  7 Jared Cook NO 9 7.01
  8 Hunter Henry LAC 12 6.07
Tier 3
  9 David Njoku CLE 7 8.03
  10 Kyle Rudolph MIN 12 13.11
  11 Jimmy Graham GB 11 13.02
  12 Greg Olsen CAR 7 13.07
  13 Delanie Walker TEN 11 11.04
  14 Austin Hooper ATL 9 13.12
Tier 4
  15 Noah Fant DEN 10 14.02
  16 T.J. Hockenson DET 5 11.11
  17 Chris Herndon NYJ 4 14.01
  18 Vance McDonald PIT 7 7.08
  19 Trey Burton CHI 6 10.03
  20 Jordan Reed WAS 10 14.08
  21 Dallas Goedert PHI 10 14.12
  22 Jack Doyle IND 6 14.12
  23 Jason Witten DAL 8 14.10
Tier 5
  24 Mark Andrews BAL 8 14.03
  25 Darren Waller OAK 6 -
  26 Tyler Eifert CIN 9 14.10
  27 Mike Gesicki MIA 5 -
  28 Ricky Seals-Jones ARI 12 -
  29 Ben Watson NE 10 -
  30 Adam Shaheen CHI 6 -
  31 Austin Seferian-Jenkins NE 10 13.10
  32 Vernon Davis WAS 10 -
  33 Nick Vannett SEA 11 -
  34 Kahale Warring HOU 10 -
Tier 6
  35 Gerald Everett LAR 9 -
  36 Ian Thomas CAR 7 -
  37 Jason Croom BUF 6 -
  38 Cameron Brate TB 7 -
  39 Blake Jarwin DAL 8 -
  40 Irv Smith MIN 12 -
  41 Hayden Hurst BAL 8 -
  42 C.J. Uzomah CIN 9 -
Tier 7
  43 Jace Sternberger GB 11 -
  44 Dwayne Allen MIA 5 -
  45 Jesse James DET 5 -
  46 Tyler Kroft BUF 6 -
  47 Tyler Higbee LAR 9 -
  48 Jordan Thomas HOU 10 -
  49 Jonnu Smith TEN 11 -
  50 Rhett Ellison NYG 11 -
  51 James O'Shaughnessy JAC 10 -
  52 Jordan Akins HOU 10 -
  53 Charles Clay ARI 12 -
  54 Virgil Green LAC 12 -
  55 Matt LaCosse NE 10 -
Tier 8
  56 Ed Dickson SEA 11 -
  57 Demetrius Harris CLE 7 -
  58 Eric Tomlinson NYJ 4 -
  59 David Grinnage JAC 10 -
  60 Blake Bell KC 12 -
  61 Geoff Swaim JAC 10 -
  62 Josh Hill NO 9 -
  63 Jeff Heuerman DEN 10 -
  64 Xavier Grimble PIT 7 -
  65 Mo Alie-Cox IND 6 -
  66 Dan Arnold NO 9 -
  67 Jake Butt DEN 10 -
  68 Derek Carrier OAK 6 -
  69 Logan Paulsen ATL 9 -
  70 Nick Boyle BAL 8 -
  71 Caleb Wilson ARI 12 -
  72 Luke Willson OAK 6 -
  73 Dalton Schultz DAL 8 -
  74 Jerell Adams NYG 11 -
  75 Marcedes Lewis GB 11 -
  76 Garrett Celek SF 4 -
  77 David Morgan MIN 12 -
  78 Seth Devalve CLE 7 -
  79 Will Dissly SEA 11 -
  80 Michael Roberts DET 5 -
  81 Eric Saubert ATL 9 -
 
COMMENTS
  Travis Kelce, KC: The top fantasy TE in the game is recovering from off-season ankle surgery.

  George Kittle, SF: Given his usage and skill, it won't be a shock if Kittle is the top fantasy TE in 2019.

  Zach Ertz, PHI: Ertz topped 100 catches in 2018. Coming off a career year, he's in the conversation for the overall No.1 TE in fantasy football.

  Evan Engram, NYG: The loss of OBJ should give more opportunities to Engram in the passing game.

  O.J. Howard, TB: Howard's role could increase given the loss of DeSean Jackson and Adam Humphries.

  Eric Ebron, IND: TD regression is coming, but Ebron remains on the TE1 radar.

  Jared Cook, NO: Given the weakness at the receiver position behind Thomas, Cook has a chance to be the second receiving option for Brees.

  Hunter Henry, LAC: If he stays on the field, Henry should have no trouble returning TE1 value.

  David Njoku, CLE: With so many mouths to feed in CLE, it will be hard for Njoku to reach his high-end TE1 potential.

  Kyle Rudolph, MIN: Vikings and Rudolph are in contract negotiations. Rookie Irv Smith is waiting in the wings.

  Jimmy Graham, GB: Graham will need to find more of the endzone in order to be fantasy relevant in 2019.

  Greg Olsen, CAR: Has played in only 16 games the last two season due to foot injuries. Ian Thomas is waiting in the wings.

  Delanie Walker, TEN: Walker (ankle) will likely be limited in training camp but should be ready for Week 1.

  Austin Hooper, ATL: Coming off his best season to date (71-660-4) Hooper is in the high-end TE2 discussion.

  Noah Fant, DEN: Fant has an opportunity to make a fantasy impact in Year 1 given the Broncos uncertain receiving corps.

  T.J. Hockenson, DET: Could be on the TE2 radar in Year 1.

  Chris Herndon, NYJ: Should begin the season as the Jets starting TE. Low volume will likely keep him in TE2 territory.

  Vance McDonald, PIT: Coming off a career-year, McDonald's role seems secure as the Steelers look to replace AB's production.

  Trey Burton, CHI: Didn't live up to the hype in 2018, but weakness at the position makes him a viable high-end TE2.

  Jordan Reed, WAS: Reed managed to play in 13 games last season which is an improvement for the oft-injured TE.

  Dallas Goedert, PHI: One of the better TE2's with TE1 upside if Ertz were to suffer a significant injury.

  Jack Doyle, IND: Doyle is recovering from a hip injury that required surgery in February. He'll be on the TE2 radar

  Jason Witten, DAL: Back from a one-year fling with the broadcast booth, Witten isn't expected to resume a full capacity role at age 37.

  Darren Waller, OAK: Waller is the favorite to start at TE but his fantasy value isn't likely to rise above the TE2 level.

  Tyler Eifert, CIN: Still can't shake the injury bug, but is going to give it another try in 2019. Played in 14 games the last three seasons.

  Mike Gesicki, MIA: The last fantasy relevant Miami TE was Charles Clay (TE16) back in 2014.

  Ben Watson, NE: Will serve a 4-game suspension to start the season. A weekly TE streamer beginning Week 5.

  Tyler Kroft, BUF: Broken foot on first day of minicamp is a serious blow to Kroft's 2019 season. 3-4 month recovery time.