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Regular Season, Updated: 7/9/2020

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 Michael Thomas, NO (Bye: 6)
1
Height: 6’3”   Weight: 212   DOB: 1994-06-16   Age: 26
College: Ohio State   Draft: 2016 Round 2 (16) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017NO16104 1,245 5 0 0 0 154.5 9.7
2018NO16125 1,405 9 0 0 0 194.5 12.2
2019NO16149 1,725 9 1 -9 0 225.6 14.1
2020 (Projected)NO 130 1,558 8 0 0 0 203.8  

 Davante Adams, GB (Bye: 5)
2
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 212   DOB: 1992-12-24   Age: 27
College: Fresno State   Draft: 2014 Round 2 (21) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017GB1474 885 10 0 0 0 148.5 10.6
2018GB15111 1,386 13 0 0 0 216.6 14.4
2019GB1283 997 5 0 0 0 129.7 10.8
2020 (Projected)GB 100 1,282 11 0 0 0 194.2  

Outlook: There isn't much examination necessary when it comes to Davante Adams. On the cusp of breaking out for years prior to his monster 2018 season, 2019 looked to be the year that Adams planted his flag firmly in consistent WR1 territory. While missing four games with a leg injury suppressed his final numbers, he still remained one of the more dominant receivers in the game.

His 10.8 FPts/G average put him in the top-10 in standard leagues, and his 83 receptions in only 12 games put him on a 110 reception pace. He then bullied defenses at the end of the season, finishing with four 100-yard games in his final five, including dazzling numbers in the playoffs, where he gave Seattle and San Francisco fits.

Adams is the undisputed No.1 option in this Green Bay passing game. Most importantly he has the trust and rapport with Rodgers that ensures he'll be the first look in most situations. Adams is one of the more sure things in the fantasy world, and will be one of the first two or three receivers off the board in every format.


 Julio Jones, ATL (Bye: 10)
3
Height: 6’3”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1989-02-03   Age: 31
College: Alabama   Draft: 2011 Round 1 (6) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017ATL1688 1,444 3 1 15 0 163.9 10.2
2018ATL16113 1,677 8 2 12 0 216.9 13.6
2019ATL1599 1,394 6 2 -3 0 175.1 11.7
2020 (Projected)ATL 98 1,421 7 0 0 0 184.1  

 Tyreek Hill, KC (Bye: 10)
4
Height: 5’10”   Weight: 185   DOB: 1994-03-01   Age: 26
College: West Alabama   Draft: 2016 Round 5 (28) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017KC1575 1,183 7 17 59 0 166.2 11.1
2018KC1687 1,479 12 22 151 1 241.0 15.1
2019KC1258 860 7 8 23 0 130.3 10.9
2020 (Projected)KC 76 1,150 8 8 44 0 167.4  

 DeAndre Hopkins, ARI (Bye: 8)
5
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 205   DOB: 1992-06-06   Age: 28
College: Clemson   Draft: 2013 Round 1 (27) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017HOU1596 1,378 13 0 0 0 215.8 14.4
2018HOU16115 1,572 11 1 -7 0 222.5 13.9
2019HOU15104 1,165 7 2 18 0 160.3 10.7
2020 (Projected)ARI 95 1,145 8 0 0 0 162.5  

 Kenny Golladay, DET (Bye: 5)
6
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 218   DOB: 1993-11-03   Age: 26
College: Northern Illinois   Draft: 2017 Round 3 (32) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017DET1128 477 3 1 9 0 66.6 6.1
2018DET1570 1,063 5 1 8 0 137.1 9.1
2019DET1665 1,190 11 0 0 0 185.0 11.6
2020 (Projected)DET 77 1,134 8 0 0 0 161.4  

Outlook: Continuing his meteoric rise since being a 3rd round pick out of Northern Illinois in 2017, Kenny Golladay tickled the upper echelon of fantasy receivers by finishing 3rd overall in standard scoring leagues. Buoyed by an NFL leading 11 receiving touchdowns and a career high in yardage (1,190) Golladay was dominant at times during the 2019 season. All of this production came despite catching passes from the likes of David Blough for almost half the season.

His size and ability will always favor the deep ball, so he's unlikely to catch a high percentage of his passes or be a PPR stud, but his scoring potential and return of Stafford bode extremely well for his 2020 prospects. There are enough threats on the offense to keep defenses from focusing too much on Golladay, so a return to near double-digit touchdowns is a good bet. With an uptick in efficiency and continued experience in the offense, there aren't many receivers in the NFL with the upside of Kenny G. There may be some week-to-week volatility based on his role in the passing game, but Golladay is a fit as a WR1 in all formats.


 Cooper Kupp, LAR (Bye: 9)
7
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 204   DOB: 1993-06-15   Age: 27
College: Eastern Washington   Draft: 2017 Round 3 (5) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017LAR1562 869 5 0 0 0 116.9 7.8
2018LAR840 566 6 4 25 0 95.1 11.9
2019LAR1694 1,161 10 2 4 0 176.5 11.0
2020 (Projected)LAR 84 1,150 7 0 0 0 157.0  

 Adam Thielen, MIN (Bye: 7)
8
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 195   DOB: 1990-08-22   Age: 29
College: None   Draft:
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017MIN1691 1,277 4 1 11 0 152.8 9.6
2018MIN16113 1,373 9 5 30 0 194.3 12.1
2019MIN1030 418 6 4 6 1 84.4 8.4
2020 (Projected)MIN 82 1,128 7 0 0 0 154.8  

Outlook: He was already going to have a tough time duplicating his historic 2018 season, so being a victim of a more run oriented offense in the first half of the season, then playing at less than 100% during the second half and missing 6 total games was too much to overcome, in what was largely a disappointing fantasy run in 2019.

Sure, there were flashes of the possibilities in Week 5 and the Wild Card round, but everything in between was a mess. In the other 10 games he did play in, Thielen went over 60 yards only once, actually had three games where he failed to reach a full point in standard scoring leagues. But an extremely down year could be a blessing in disguise for a player who had been one of the best values in fantasy football before last year.

With the departure of Diggs, Thielen instantly becomes the unquestioned WR1 for the Vikings. With a likely kick to the outside to let Jefferson take over the slot, Thielen should run more of the downfield routes in the offense, leading to more big plays. One positive takeaway from last season was the 6 touchdowns he managed to score in 10 games, meaning double digit scores this season are a decent bet. The passing volume in the offense is unlikely to return to pre-2019 form, so hoping Thielen sees 150+ targets is probably a pipe dream, but the departure of Diggs does leave 94 unaccounted for targets. He should be a back-end WR1 in PPR and standard scoring leagues that you can get value on.


 Amari Cooper, DAL (Bye: 10)
9
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 211   DOB: 1994-06-18   Age: 26
College: Alabama   Draft: 2015 Round 1 (4) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017LV1448 680 7 1 4 0 110.4 7.9
2018DAL1575 1,005 7 2 20 0 144.5 9.6
2019DAL1679 1,189 8 1 6 0 167.5 10.5
2020 (Projected)DAL 81 1,117 7 0 0 0 153.7  

Outlook: With five receiving touchdowns in his first five games, including a monster 226-yard, one-touchdown against the Packers Week 5, Amari Cooper looked primed to challenge Michael Thomas as the top fantasy wide receiver in the league.

Yet in typical Cooper fashion, the former Raider burned owners with one catch for three yards against the Jets. That is what you should expect from Cooper - massive games sandwiched between head-scratching performances that can torpedo your team.

From a volume standpoint, his 7.4 targets per game that he averaged last year is not exactly the type of usage you would like from a No.1 WR. Now with the addition of CeeDee Lamb in the slot, it is hard to envision Cooper getting more than the 119 targets he received last season.

Yes, he is a talented route runner who is playing on one of the best offenses in the league. But from a fantasy perspective, he may not live up to the early-round capital required to draft him.


 Chris Godwin, TB (Bye: 13)
10
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 209   DOB: 1996-02-27   Age: 24
College: Penn State   Draft: 2017 Round 3 (20) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017TB1534 525 1 0 0 0 58.5 3.9
2018TB1659 842 7 0 0 0 126.2 7.9
2019TB1486 1,333 9 1 8 0 188.1 13.4
2020 (Projected)TB 79 1,104 7 0 0 0 152.4  

 JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT (Bye: 8)
11
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 215   DOB: 1996-11-22   Age: 23
College: Southern California   Draft: 2017 Round 2 (30) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2017PIT1358 917 7 0 0 0 133.7 10.3
2018PIT16111 1,426 7 1 13 0 185.9 11.6
2019PIT1242 552 3 0 0 0 73.2 6.1
2020 (Projected)PIT 84 1,101 7 0 0 0 152.1  

 A.J. Brown, TEN (Bye: 7)
12
Height: 6’0”   Weight: 226   DOB: 1997-06-30   Age: 23
College: Mississippi   Draft: 2019 Round 2 (19) 
SeasonTeamGameRec Yard TDAtt Yard TDFPtsFPts/G
2019TEN1652 1,051 8 3 60 1 165.1 10.3
2020 (Projected)TEN 70 1,099 7 7 51 0 157.0  

Outlook: A.J. Brown was a bit overlooked early on in his rookie season. Many were excited about his potential, but when the Titans drafted him he was widely panned as a rookie prospect. The thinking was that the Titans just don't throw the ball enough to support a stud wide receiver, plus he would be behind Corey Davis in the pecking order.

Sometimes you just have to bet on talent. It was obvious in Brown's college tape that he possesses an incredible mix of speed, strength, and run-after-the-catch ability. He is also a very good route runner, and can run routes out wide and from the slot effectively. He showed all of that and more as a rookie, producing on limited opportunities.

He surpassed Davis as the team's No.1 option en route to 52 receptions for 1,051 yards and 8 touchdowns! That equated to 20.2 yards per reception, showing off his ability to catch the deep ball and his incredible skill in the open field. If he takes another step in the offense and receives 120 targets, he could produce as a top-five fantasy receiver due to how many yards he is likely to rack up after the catch. The fact that defenses have to "stay home" to account for Derrick Henry only opens things up more for Brown.

Brown played significantly fewer snaps than Davis through Week 7, but from Week 8 on he played 99 more than the veteran. It is clear the coaching staff now sees him as their top option in the passing game, so it is reasonable to project him to take over as the clear-cut target leader in the offense.

The biggest risk or downside to picking Brown in the early rounds of fantasy drafts is that the Titans are not a high-volume passing offense like the Falcons, so his opportunities will be limited in comparison with some other receivers. If there is one receiver to bet on despite limited opportunities, it is probably Brown.