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Regular Season, Updated: 9/7/2020


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 Rk Player Tm Bye
  1 Michael Thomas NO 6 1.08
  2 Davante Adams GB 5 2.03
  3 Julio Jones ATL 10 2.08
  4 Tyreek Hill KC 10 2.05
Tier 2
  5 DeAndre Hopkins ARI 8 2.10
  6 Kenny Golladay DET 5 3.03
  7 Adam Thielen MIN 7 3.08
  8 Chris Godwin TB 13 3.01
  9 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 8 4.03
  10 Robert Woods LAR 9 4.11
  11 Amari Cooper DAL 10 3.11
  12 A.J. Brown TEN 7 4.05
  13 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE 9 4.01
Tier 3
  14 Cooper Kupp LAR 9 4.02
  15 D.J. Moore CAR 13 4.09
  16 Tyler Lockett SEA 6 5.02
  17 Mike Evans TB 13 3.05
  18 DeVante Parker MIA 11 6.12
  19 Allen Robinson CHI 11 4.04
  20 Calvin Ridley ATL 10 4.01
  21 T.Y. Hilton IND 7 5.12
  22 Courtland Sutton DEN 8 6.05
  23 Keenan Allen LAC 10 6.03
  24 A.J. Green CIN 9 6.10
  25 DK Metcalf SEA 6 4.07
  26 D.J. Chark JAC 7 5.04
  27 Terry McLaurin WAS 8 5.04
Tier 4
  28 Stefon Diggs BUF 11 5.10
  29 Michael Gallup DAL 10 6.12
  30 Julian Edelman NE 6 8.08
  31 Jarvis Landry CLE 9 8.05
  32 Tyler Boyd CIN 9 7.12
  33 Brandin Cooks HOU 8 7.06
  34 Marquise Brown BAL 8 6.01
  35 Christian Kirk ARI 8 10.07
  36 DeSean Jackson PHI 9 10.12
  37 Marvin Jones DET 5 8.08
  38 Jamison Crowder NYJ 11 12.02
  39 Henry Ruggs III LV 6 9.10
  40 Diontae Johnson PIT 8 9.05
  41 Will Fuller HOU 8 7.02
  42 John Brown BUF 11 11.08
Tier 5
  43 Sterling Shepard NYG 11 10.09
  44 Deebo Samuel SF 11 7.09
  45 Emmanuel Sanders NO 6 9.07
  46 Anthony Miller CHI 11 12.04
  47 Golden Tate NYG 11 14.07
  48 Darius Slayton NYG 11 10.01
  49 Sammy Watkins KC 10 11.10
  50 Allen Lazard GB 5 13.05
  51 Jalen Reagor PHI 9 12.04
  52 Corey Davis TEN 7 15.12
  53 Curtis Samuel CAR 13 15.12
  54 Michael Pittman Jr. IND 7 14.04
  55 Preston Williams MIA 11 12.02
  56 Mike Williams LAC 10 12.06
  57 Cole Beasley BUF 11 15.12
  58 Jerry Jeudy DEN 8 10.01
  59 CeeDee Lamb DAL 10 8.12
  60 Danny Amendola DET 5 15.12
  61 Breshad Perriman NYJ 11 15.12
  62 Robby Anderson CAR 13 13.12
Tier 6
  63 N'Keal Harry NE 6 13.09
  64 Bryan Edwards LV 6 13.10
  65 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 8 14.10
  66 Brandon Aiyuk SF 11 14.05
  67 Mecole Hardman KC 10 8.10
  68 Parris Campbell IND 7 14.08
  69 Hunter Renfrow LV 6 15.12
  70 Steven Sims WAS 8 15.12
71 Justin Jefferson MIN 7 11.01
  72 Chris Conley JAC 7 15.12
  73 Laviska Shenault JAC 7 14.08
  74 Tee Higgins CIN 9 15.12
  75 Kendrick Bourne SF 11 15.12
  76 John Ross CIN 9 15.12
  77 Russell Gage ATL 10 15.12
  78 Randall Cobb HOU 8 15.12
Tier 7
79 Olabisi Johnson MIN 7 15.12
  80 Alshon Jeffery PHI 9 13.11
  81 James Washington PIT 8 15.12
  82 Jakeem Grant MIA 11 -
  83 Adam Humphries TEN 7 -
  84 Jakobi Meyers NE 6 -
85 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB 5 -
  86 Miles Boykin BAL 8 -
  87 Willie Snead BAL 8 -
  88 Van Jefferson LAR 9 -
  89 Kenny Stills HOU 8 -
  90 Josh Reynolds LAR 9 -
  91 Chase Claypool PIT 8 -
  92 Phillip Dorsett SEA 6 -
  93 JJ Arcega-Whiteside PHI 9 -
  94 Demarcus Robinson KC 10 -
  95 Tim Patrick DEN 8 -
  96 Andy Isabella ARI 8 -
Tier 8
  97 Damiere Byrd NE 6 -
  98 Tre'Quan Smith NO 6 -
  99 Chris Hogan NYJ 11 -
  100 Dontrelle Inman WAS 8 -
  101 Riley Ridley CHI 11 -
  102 Rashard Higgins CLE 9 -
  103 Zach Pascal IND 7 -
  104 Antonio Gandy-Golden WAS 8 -
  105 Devin Duvernay BAL 8 -
  106 David Moore SEA 6 -
  107 Equanimeous St. Brown GB 5 -
  108 Keelan Cole JAC 7 -
  109 Denzel Mims NYJ 11 -
  110 Joe Reed LAC 10 -
  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 Greg Ward PHI 9 -
  118 Dede Westbrook JAC 7 -
  119 Scotty Miller TB 13 -
  120 Auden Tate CIN 9 -
  121 Christian Blake ATL 10 -
  122 Javon Wims CHI 11 -
  123 Nelson Agholor LV 6 -
  124 KJ Hamler DEN 8 -
  125 Kalif Raymond TEN 7 -
  126 Deonte Harris NO 6 -
  127 Cody Core NYG 11 -
  128 Pharoh Cooper CAR 13 -
  129 Cedrick Wilson DAL 10 -
  130 Justin Watson TB 13 -
  131 Seth Roberts CAR 13 -
  132 Tyler Johnson TB 13 -
  133 K.J. Osborn MIN 7 -
 
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.

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

  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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  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.

  T.Y. Hilton, IND: Passing offense is expected to run through Hilton (hamstring) 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.

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

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

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

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

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

  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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  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.

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

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

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

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

  Deebo Samuel, SF: Broken foot suffered on 6/18. Trending in the right direction but still iffy for Week 1.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Mike Williams, LAC: Shoulder injury could cause Williams to miss a game or two to start the season.

  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.

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

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

  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.

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

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.

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

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

  Dede Westbrook, JAC: Injury and camp competition has Westbrook's stock sliding.