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Regular Season, Updated: 6/18/18



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

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

Rankings:  QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB | Dynasty | Rookie-Only | Print Version | MFL Power


Legend:   Upside = Upside   Risk = Risk   ADP = Average Draft Position
ADP courtesy of FantasyFootballCalculator 
WIDE RECEIVERS
Chg Rank Player Tm Bye
  1 Rob Gronkowski NE 11 2.12
  2 Travis Kelce KC 12 3.07
Tier 2
  3 Zach Ertz PHI 9 4.01
  4 Evan Engram NYG 9 5.07
Tier 3
  5 Delanie Walker TEN 8 6.12
  6 Kyle Rudolph MIN 10 6.09
  7 Trey Burton CHI 5 8.01
  8 Jimmy Graham GB 7 4.11
  9 Greg Olsen CAR 4 5.12
Tier 4
  10 David Njoku CLE 11 14.01
  11 Vance McDonald PIT 7 -
  12 Jared Cook OAK 7 -
  13 Jack Doyle IND 9 11.12
  14 Charles Clay BUF 11 -
  15 Austin Hooper ATL 8 -
  16 Jordan Reed WAS 4 7.09
  17 Tyler Eifert CIN 9 10.05
  18 Cameron Brate TB 5 -
  19 O.J. Howard TB 5 12.11
  20 George Kittle SF 11 13.01
  21 Vernon Davis WAS 4 -
22 Eric Ebron IND 9 -
Tier 5
  23 Nick Vannett SEA 7 -
  24 Hayden Hurst BAL 10 14.02
  25 Mike Gesicki MIA 11 -
  26 Ben Watson NO 6 -
  27 Austin Seferian-Jenkins JAC 9 -
  28 Ricky Seals-Jones ARI 9 -
  29 Garrett Celek SF 11 -
  30 Jake Butt DEN 10 -
Tier 6
  31 Luke Willson DET 6 -
  32 Nick Boyle BAL 10 -
  33 Tyler Higbee LAR 12 -
  34 Marcedes Lewis GB 7 -
  35 Adam Shaheen CHI 5 -
  36 Jesse James PIT 7 -
  37 Clive Walford NYJ 11 -
  38 Dallas Goedert PHI 9 -
  39 Rico Gathers DAL 8 -
  40 Tyler Kroft CIN 9 -
  41 Jonnu Smith TEN 8 -
  42 Stephen Anderson HOU 10 -
  43 Geoff Swaim DAL 8 -
  44 Nick O'Leary BUF 11 -
  45 Gerald Everett LAR 12 -
  46 Virgil Green LAC 8 -
  47 Ed Dickson SEA 7 -
Tier 7
  48 Levine Toilolo DET 6 -
  49 Jordan Akins HOU 10 -
  50 Ryan Griffin HOU 10 -
  51 Jermaine Gresham ARI 9 -
  52 Dwayne Allen NE 11 -
  53 Demetrius Harris KC 12 -
  54 Seth Devalve CLE 11 -
  55 Chris Herndon NYJ 11 -
  56 Jeff Heuerman DEN 10 -
  57 Lance Kendricks GB 7 -
  58 Josh Hill NO 6 -
  59 Ben Koyack JAC 9 -
  60 Evan Baylis CAR 4 -
  61 David Morgan MIN 10 -
  62 Richard Rodgers PHI 9 -
  63 Will Dissly SEA 7 -
  64 Erik Swoope IND 9 -
  65 Jordan Leggett NYJ 11 -
  66 A.J. Derby MIA 11 -
  67 Logan Paulsen ATL 8 -
  68 James O'Shaughnessy JAC 9 -
  69 Maxx Williams BAL 10 -
  70 Jerell Adams NYG 9 -
  71 Tyler Conklin MIN 10 -
  72 C.J. Uzomah CIN 9 -
  73 Dalton Schultz DAL 8 -
  74 Michael Roberts DET 6 -
  75 Lee Smith OAK 7 -
  76 Rhett Ellison NYG 9 -
  77 Daniel Brown CHI 5 -
  78 Braedon Bowman LAC 8 -
 
COMMENTS
  Rob Gronkowski, NE: Gronk and Kelce were the only TEs to average double-digit fantasy points (standard scoring) last season.

  Travis Kelce, KC: Kelce's coming of his best fantasy season to date (83-1038-8). In his prime, he's the No.2 option behind Gronk.

  Zach Ertz, PHI: Proven himself as strong fantasy TE1. Has logged 75-78-74 receptions the last three years.

  Evan Engram, NYG: Was fantasy relevant as a rookie. Should be No.3 option in offense behind Beckham and Barkley.

  Delanie Walker, TEN: Still a viable TE1 but age (34) is starting to become a concern. Has seen 100+ targets the last four years.

  Kyle Rudolph, MIN: 15 TDs the last two seasons. Should mesh well with Cousins. Low-end TE1.

  Trey Burton, CHI: A shiny new toy for fantasy owners. Burton gets to test TE1 value in OC Matt Nagy's offense which features the TE.

  Jimmy Graham, GB: Should continue his goaline role in Green Bay. 7-10 TDs and modest yardage is realistic if Rodgers stays healthy.

  Greg Olsen, CAR: Olsen (foot) missed significant time last season for the first time in career. Assuming health, he should return to Top 10 fantasy TE status.

  David Njoku, CLE: Averaged 12.1 yards per catch as a rookie. Is a matchup nightmare for LBs. Should see a bump in usage in 2018.

  Vance McDonald, PIT: McDonald is a sneaky bet to return TE1 value if he can stay on the field for 16 games.

  Jared Cook, OAK: Cook can be a matchup problem for defenses but won't see enough volume to be a dependable TE1.

  Jack Doyle, IND: Arrival of Ebron puts a damper on Doyle's fantasy value. A TE1 last season, Doyle is shaping up to be a high-end TE2.

  Charles Clay, BUF: Clay has hovered in the 500-yard range the last three seasons never scoring more than 4 TDs. TE2 material.

  Austin Hooper, ATL: Saw a nice bump in targets last season (27 to 65) but he's TE2 material at best.

  Jordan Reed, WAS: Has yet to play a full season since being drafted in 2013. Hamstring, toes... fantasy owners are tired of Reed's act.

  Tyler Eifert, CIN: Eifert brought back on one-year deal. Has played in only 38 percent of games the last four years. Late-round flier only.

  Cameron Brate, TB: A favorite of Winston's in the redzone. Inked a new deal this off-season. Has been a low-end TE1 the last two seasons.

  O.J. Howard, TB: Big-play ability. Averaged an insane 16.6 yards per catch last season. Sharing targets with Brate limits his upside.

Eric Ebron, IND: Colts are shaping up to be a TE-friendly offense given their lack of quality depth at receiver.

  Mike Gesicki, MIA: More of a receiver than blocker, the rookie TE should see extensive playing time this season. A TE2 with upside.

  Austin Seferian-Jenkins, JAC: The last time Jacksonville had a fantasy relevant TE was Marcades Lewis (TE4) back in 2010.

  Ricky Seals-Jones, ARI: With little position competition, RSJ could see an expanded role in 2018. Late-round flier worthy.

  Rico Gathers, DAL: With Witten in the broadcast booth, TE targets are up for grabs. Gathers is an athletic pass-catcher, worthy of a late-round flier