With the majority of mandatory minicamps finishing up, ASL ranks the top 50 WRs. See top-20 QBs, top-50 RBs, and top-30 rookies.

 

1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers

Brian Murphy: Brown has accumulated a staggering four-year average of 120 receptions, 1,579 yards and 11 touchdowns.

John Adams: By Antonio Brown’s standards, last year season was an off year for the best receiver in professional football. That is if you can call 106 receptions for 1,284 yards a down year. Brown recorded his third straight season with double-digit touchdowns totals to go hand in hand with 4 straight 100-catch seasons.

Josh Rabbitt: Much like I started my RB rankings, I am very boring at the top. I have yet to hear the argument that makes sense to me for NOT to pick Antonio as #1.

Levi Andrew: The most consistent WR in Fantasy. Thank you, Big Ben, for coming back this year. I have Brown at #1.

 

2. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons

Brian Murphy: The Falcons actually don’t throw to Jones enough; he’s the only one in this top quartet who averaged fewer than 10 targets per game last year. Can the Falcons’ offense really be that good again?

John Adams: Somehow, during his most prolific passing season, Falcons quarterback lost site of Julio Jones in the end zone. Despite finishing the season as one of the top three wide receivers, Jones only recorded six touchdowns receptions after being targeted just nine times in the red zone. The Falcons insist those numbers were a fluke and Ryan will be working hard to find Jones in the end zone. However, Jones main fantasy value will always be his ability to rack up those 100-yard receiving games.

Josh Rabbitt: I’ll take some more easy money as my #2. Julio is a target monster. Julio has as good of a chance as anyone to lead the league in catches and yards. His red zone usage was puzzling last year, missed two games and he still ended up WR#8.

Levi Andrew: Julio had a somewhat disappointing season last year. Don’t read too much into the foot issue right now. It was only an operation to remove a bunion. #3 in my ranks always has the possibility to finish #1.

 

3. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Brian Murphy: Continued growth from Jameis Winston and the addition of DeSean Jackson should help Evans improve upon his 96-1,321-12 line from last season. He’s just 23 years old.

John Adams: I’m going against the grain with this one, many pundits believe that adding DeSean Jackson and O.J. Howard will work against Evans putting up top five fantasy numbers in 2017. WRONG – With more weapons in the Tampa Bay receiving corps, Evans will capitalize on fewer double teams and reap the benefits of single-man coverage.

Josh Rabbitt: I actually wish they hadn't added so many weapons. Evans is #3 based on his huge target count. Volume = WR output. Evans gets a ton of volume. Also like Julio, he gets to beat up on the NFC south.

Levi Andrew: I may be a little high on Evans at #2, but I don’t think last season was a fluke. Winston is coming into his own. The Bucs are going to be a high-powered offense. Defenses can’t double cover Evans with Jackson, Brate, and Howard all there.

 

4. Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants

Brian Murphy: For my money, he is the most talented wideout in the NFL.

John Adams: It appears the Odell Beckham circus will be in full play as long as Beckham plays in the NFL. The consensus is that even though Beckham is seriously lacking in the maturity department, his talent is almost beyond compare. He’s broken the 1,300 yard mark and cracked double digits in touchdowns every season since he’s been in the league and this year will be no different.

Josh Rabbitt: I shouldn't have to defend having a player at number 7, but here I feel like I must. I can do it in one word – “Holdout”. If you don't like that word, I can do it in one other word – “Schedule”. Odell has a brutal passing game matchup this year. Matching up with Norman twice, but also picking up Denver, Arizona, Seattle, KC, and the Rams. Toss in another two games with what I think will be a very good Dallas secondary, and I think there will be games he kills you. I can't deny the upside, but the downside is scary.

Levi Andrew: OBJ is a crazy talent. Top 5 WR in all formats. If the kicking net (ha ha) doesn’t get in the way, He could very well finish as the top WR. I see him finishing #4.

 

5. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals

Brian Murphy: If you like consistency, Green is your man. If he plays in all 16 games, he’s a total lock for at least 1,300 yards and perhaps double-digit scores.

John Adams: If A.J. Green can stay healthy, he can easily be one of the top three receivers in the league. Last season was the first time in his career that Green fell short of the 1,000-yard receiving mark, but that’s because he missed 6 games with a hamstring issue.

Josh Rabbitt: Green is a monster. Barring injury, Green will finish in the top 10 this year. Lock it in. This is a low risk, high gain pick in round 1. Those are the kind of picks I want.

Levi Andrew: AJ was on his way to probably his best season last year till an injury took him out. When he went down he had 66/964/4. Imagine what he would have done in all 16 games. Now he has more talent around him to take the pressure off him. Green being Dalton’s Security blanket leads him to being #4 for me.

 

6. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers

Brian Murphy: Fantasy’s No. 2 WR last season, be aware that Nelson turned 32 years old last month.

John Adams: So much for the notion that Jordy Nelson wasn’t going to make it back last season. Nelson punished the naysayers last season reeling in 14 touchdown catches to go along with 97 receptions for 1,257 yards. As long as Aaron Rodgers is the man in Green Bay, Jordy Nelson will be the man in fantasy football.

Josh Rabbitt: Did you realize that Nelson was WR#3 last year? Well he was. What has changed? Pretty much nothing. The packers will still win on the strength of Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson. He also doesn't have to face Josh Norman twice a year. He also isn't a head case. Sorry ODBJ - You scare the crap out of me.

Levi Andrew: Talk about a bounce back year. From torn ACL to setting the field on fire again. Aaron’s favorite target to throw to puts him at #7.

 

7. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts

Brian Murphy: Hilton is due for some greater TD luck. He has never notched more than seven scores in any of his five seasons.

John Adams: As long as Andrew Luck has gotten past his shoulder issues by the start of the season, T.Y. Hilton should build on his career-high 91 catches for 1,448 yards that he gathered up last season. He’s a WR1, but it would help fantasy owners if he could snag a few more touchdowns coming into 2017.

Josh Rabbitt: TY comes in at #11 again for reasons of schedule rather than talent. I think Hilton gets eliminated from some games. A matchup with the Broncos in the middle of the playoffs is pretty scary. Couple that with meetings again the Jags, Seahawks, Cardinals, Rams, and Texans and life is rough. Also, the Titans are quietly pooling defensive talent. It just worries me too much to put him much higher in the top 12.

Levi Andrew: Hilton has been Luck’s #1 target since entering the league in 2012. He posted a career high in yards last year. I feel he can put up even better numbers this year. The new GM has been trying to protect Luck in the pocket, which will lead to more targets.

 

8. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints

Brian Murphy: Hope he’s ready to be the Saints’ undisputed No. 1 target in his sophomore season. You know he will see plenty of looks.

John Adams: Saints second year receiver Michael Thomas is packed with top five-fantasy wide receiver fantasy potential coming into the 2017 season. After leading the Saints with 92 receptions and 9 touchdowns last season, his main competition for catches, Brandin Cooks, left for New England. Somebody has to fill that void and Thomas is the winning ticket.

Josh Rabbitt: Another guy in everyone else’s top 10. I love Drew Brees. I don't love the Saints offense with no Cooks. Can Thomas beat #1 coverage? I haven't seen it yet. I'm not spending a first round pick to find out if he can. Thomas is my #20 WR.

Levi Andrew: Hello, Drew Brees, #1 target. Cooks is Gone which freed up 117 targets. Most of those will come Thomas’s way. Let’s hope he doesn’t have a sophomore slump, or my #9 ranking will look bad.

 

9. Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots

Brian Murphy: Yes, the Patriots spread the ball around, and that makes Cooks a rather volatile fantasy commodity. But if you can get him as a WR2, you are looking at gold.

John Adams: I’m going against the grain again here, but I like Brandin Cooks playing with Tom Brady. Brady hasn’t had a real burner in some time and Cooks should see plenty of work opposite of Julian Edelman.

Josh Rabbitt: Before you run away and call me an idiot on having Brandin Cooks this high at #5 - Consider it may be too low. Cooks is incredibly talented. The only thing that has held him back so far is usage. Cooks may be the Randy Moss this offense has been missing since... Randy Moss. If that is true - how much would you pay to get him?

Levi Andrew: Cooks has all the ability to be the most dynamic play maker Tom Brady has ever had. But for now, I have him ranked #12 because I think most his value will come from deep TD’s. Cooks will be fighting for targets in New England. You have Gronk, Edelman who is Brady’s safety blanket, and the crowded running back room. I’m personally staying as far away from New England’s receivers in any way.

 

10. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys

Brian Murphy: Bryant can still dominate a game, but the Cowboys’ run-heavy attack makes him more of a low-end WR1 in fantasy.

John Adams: When Dez Bryant is healthy, he is one of the most electrifying talents on the football field, but the last two seasons have been a BUST for fantasy owners. Not only did Bryant miss ten games during the past two seasons, he played several games at half speed due to a laundry list of injuries. He is supposedly 100 percent now and fantasy owners will have to keep their fingers crossed.

Josh Rabbitt: I actually love Dez, and the Cowboys offense. What I don't love is all the injuries around Dez. I just don't think his body can handle the full load of an NFL season anymore. He also doesn't dominate coverage like he used to. There is no way I spend a first round pick on this guy which is what it takes. #19 seems right for last year’s WR #40 performance.

Levi Andrew: Dez had a down year last year. With injuries and a new QB. But if his playoff performance was of what’s to come, he’s going to be fine. Second year with Dak helps too which is why I have him at #8. Dez has huge upside this season to me.

 

11. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks

Brian Murphy: Baldwin showed that his huge 2015 breakout season was no fluke. While we shouldn’t expect him to score 14 touchdowns in a season ever again, he is on the WR1 radar.

John Adams: Despite hauling in 94 receptions for 1,128 yards and seven touchdowns last season, Doug Baldwin was not an exciting fantasy option last season. He had some very big games that make his fantasy number look much more appealing than they really are. Take away a fluke game near the end of the season where he caught 13 balls for 171 yards against the Cardinals and he would have missed the 1,000 yard receiving mark by a country mile.

Josh Rabbitt: I hate the schedule, but I love the player. Doug and Wilson are underrated year in and year out in fantasy. He will be again this year. The Seahawks had a "struggling" offense last year and Doug finished WR #8.

Levi Andrew: Baldwin has finished the last two season #10 and #7. If Wilson can keep up the play and the Seahawks don’t go even more run plays with Lacy, Baldwin could reproduce those stats. I have him just outside my top 10 because I believe the Seahawks will run more this season.

 

12. Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders

Brian Murphy: One of the most underwhelming fantasy wideouts from Week 9 on in 2016, I have placed Cooper at No. 9 for his youth, raw talent and the high-scoring potential of the Raiders’ offense.

John Adams: As a fantasy receiver, Amari Cooper is a tough nut to crack. He’s now started back-to-back fantasy seasons with stratospheric numbers only to crash and burn during the second half of the season. He’s a great player to have from the start, but if history is any guide, he’ll leave you high and dry during the playoffs.

Josh Rabbitt: A guy who you will not normally see outside of the top 10 on lists. Well 16 is about right for me. Upside is unarguably through the roof. However we are talking about a guy that can't fight his way out of Crabtree’s shadow. Something doesn't add up.

Levi Andrew: Cooper is one of the best WR’s in the game today. Derek Carr and he have great chemistry. Last year was a down year, Crabtree had only 7 more catches and 3 more TDS. This year Carr and Cooper really connect. Cooper has the Potential to take my # 10 ranking and take it and make it #1.

 

13. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers

Brian Murphy: I see a lot of non-believers out there in Adams, but he was fantasy’s No. 7 wide receiver last season and could take on an even larger role as Jordy Nelson moves into what should be his decline phase.

John Adams: Write this down, Aaron Rodgers loves Davante Adams and he trusts him. Despite his tendency to drop passes, Rodgers went back to Adams again and again helping him amass 75 receptions for 997 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Josh Rabbitt: If Arod is the best player in the NFL, Adams will continue to benefit. Bottom end WR1 numbers are likely here. Anything much lower than that is super surprising to me.

Levi Andrew: Davante Adams was a sleeper last year. Now no one is sleeping on him. Rodgers said they have been using more 2 TE sets in OTA’s. I think that helps Adams even more. But also bringing him to my #16 ranking.

 

14. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos

Brian Murphy: His quarterback situation still has me worried, but Thomas possesses more than enough talent and big-play potential to remain well within the WR2 range.

John Adams: With the muddy quarterback situation and crowded cast of receivers in Denver, it’s hard to get to fired up over Demaryius Thomas. He caught just one touchdown during his final nine games last season and managed only one game with more than 100 yards receiving.

Josh Rabbitt: Thomas was a MONSTER under Mike McCoy the first time around. Despite the limitations at QB, I expect similar output this time around. What do you think is more likely? Top 10 finish or below 20 finish?

Levi Andrew: Thomas didn’t have his normal season last year. He had 20 more catches then Sanders and only 50 more yards. Therefore, I have Thomas #21 and sanders #22.

 

15. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins

Brian Murphy: Still more attractive in PPRs than standard leagues, Landry will probably remain Ryan Tannehill’s safety blanket, even with Julius Thomas now in town.

John Adams: Jarvis Landry is fine for yardage, but coming into his fourth year as a pro, he’s never caught more than 5 touchdowns during a single season. He’s little more than WR3 and needs to develop a better work ethic.

Josh Rabbitt: Another super low floor guys is Landry. He is a WR#2 for sure. I expect him to win a lot of games for people just being him. Downside? Pats secondary is scary, and upside is only bottom end WR#1.

Levi Andrew: Top 15 finish back to back years. Tannehill is only going to get better under Gase in year 2. This could be the year he breaks the top 10, but I think #17 is a better fit for him.

 

16. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans

Brian Murphy: Good riddance, Brock Osweiler. Nuk will be significantly more productive in 2017.

John Adams: Everyone expects DeAndre Hopkins to bounce back from the disaster that Brock Osweiler brought to the Houston passing game last season. Hopkins talent will allow him to bounce back, but fantasy owners must temper their expectations because the quarterback situation is anything but settled in Houston.

Josh Rabbitt: Some of you are freaking out because at #23 Hopkins is really low on my list. But where is the upside? He had one really dominating stretch of play in the NFL, and the rest seemed pretty average. I think a WR2 finish is where he belongs.

Levi Andrew: Hopkins was probably the biggest draft bust in 2016, next to Todd Gurley. I think he has the bounce back year of all time. Houston has found there QB in Watson. But just because he is a rookie QB, I have Hopkins at #13. Hopkins comes back to WR1 life in 2017.

 

17. Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins

Brian Murphy: It looks like he will be the No.1 wideout in the Redskins’ pass-heavy offense.

John Adams: Terrelle Pryor gets a huge upgrade at the quarterback position with his move to the Washington Redskins. If anything, Pryor was held in check by the subpar team surrounding him in Cleveland. If he and Cousins can develop some chemistry, Pryor should have no problem surpassing last seasons’ 1,007 yards receiving and four touchdown receptions.

Josh Rabbitt: Where do all those targets go? How about the ultra-talented new WR? The only concern for me here is that he couldn't find a better contract than this. What I saw last year was a legit WR1.

Levi Andrew: Pryor is going to be a god send to Kirk Cousins. He has the knowledge from being a QB and has been studying and practicing with Cousins before OTA’s started. Pryor is going to be where Cousins wants him on the field. I may have him high at #15 but I believe Pryor will be a WR1 this year playing in Washington.

 

18. Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars

Brian Murphy: He should bounce back this season. The Jags’ ousted coaching staff just did nothing to help him last year.

John Adams: Allen Robinson was a flat out fantasy bust last year and much of the blame belongs to Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles. After a banner 2015 season where Robinson finished the season as the 6th rated fantasy receiver, Robinson fell back to earth with Bortles in 2016.

Josh Rabbitt: I like Robinson as a bounce back guy this year as a WR#1. In fact I love him as a bounce back guy this year. Bortles is absolutely awful. Robinson can be good despite that. He just needs chances and a reason to care. Once Bortles loses his job, hopefully we end up even better here.

Levi Andrew: This is the year the Jags finally prove they’re not always going to be a 3-13 team. Fournette coming in will take a huge pressure off Bortles and the WR’s. Letting Bortles have more time in the pocket will benefit Robinson. I feel he finishes top 25 again. #24 right now for me.

 

19. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs

Brian Murphy: A boom-or-bust player of the greatest degree. He has massive upside, but defenses will be more prepared for him this season. There’s no way he repeats his 12-touchdown output.

John Adams: The departure of Jeremy Maclin should allow Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith to clear out the cobwebs and start focusing on Tyreek Hill. Hill had great games as long as Maclin wasn’t on the field, but now that he’s in Baltimore, Hill gets a nice boost with top flight WR1 potential.

Josh Rabbitt: If my "low" grade on ODBJ had you turning the page, Hill at #8 will have you jumping out of your skin. I don't know what more the Chiefs have to do to convince you that this guy is the real deal, but news flash - He scored 12 TD's last year, and the Chiefs just cut a pro bowler to make sure he is on the field more. Do they need him to wear a sign that says "I'm a freak DRAFT ME" to make you understand?

Levi Andrew: OH, THE BUZZ!! Hill is a hot name right now. Maclin was released leaving Hill to take over the WR1 duties for Kansas City. But after looking at the stats, I feel Hill could make a top 30 impact. Hill had his best weeks receiving when Maclin was hurt and off the field. Also, Andy Reid has never had a receiver other than Maclin ever finish with more than 80 receptions.

 

20. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills

Brian Murphy: As with Keenan Allen, this ranking will be much too conservative if Watkins stays on the field for 16 weeks. The odds of that happening, however, just seem slim.

John Adams: Bill wide receiver is blessed with immense talent and fraught with injury risk. He only played in 8 games last season and had foot surgery in January 2017. If he’s still around during the 6th round, you should probably grab him. He is the ultimate example of high risk and high reward.

Josh Rabbitt: How far we have come? Sammy freaking Watkins at #32. Sammy has proven he is going to be a dominating talent for the little while he plays. He is also going to be maddeningly inconsistent. Not sure I'm willing to pay the price tag on him.

Levi Andrew: When Watkins was healthy he put up high end WR2 numbers. With Tyrod and LeSean’s rushing ability, Watkins could thrive this year. That is of course if he can stay healthy.

 

21. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos

Brian Murphy: It’s not hard to imagine him being Denver’s most productive receiver this season.

John Adams: Emmanuel Sanders has turned himself into a top-flight receiver who is being held in check by the shortcomings of Denver’s quarterback situation. Sanders just turned in his third straight 1,000-yard receiving season with five touchdown catches and should hold steady at those numbers if his quarterbacks can get it together.

Josh Rabbitt: I love Sanders but I think Trevor is winning this QB battle. If that is the case what good is a deep threat?

Levi Andrew: Sanders had a normal season last year.  He finished in the top 25 for the third consecutive season. Even with mediocre QB play. Ranked #22.

 

22. Alshon Jeffery - Philadelphia Eagles

Brian Murphy: I don’t think Jeffery’s transition to Philly will go all that smoothly. But he can cover up so many of Carson Wentz’s mistakes with his incredible range. Just chuck it up to him.

John Adams: Due to multiple health issues, Alshon Jeffery hasn’t played a full season since 2014, but not being on the receiving or non-receiving end of Matt Barkley’s errant throws can only help. With all due respect to Jordan Matthews and Torrey Smith who came in from Baltimore, Jeffery is the best receiver in Philadelphia.

Levi Andrew: Alshon has a change of scenery. I think it will be great for him if he can stay healthy and on the field. Carson Wentz just needed some weapons around him to take the next step. Look for Jeffery to be the #1 in targets on the Eagles and ranked 18th for me.

 

23. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers

Brian Murphy: If only we could be assured that Allen will stay healthy. If that happens in 2017, I’ll admit that my No. 15 ranking is too low. But we can’t ignore his medical sheet.

John Adams: Another player who is has nothing but upside if can possible stay healthy is Chargers wideout Keenan Allen. Allen tore his ACL during the opening game of the 2016 season and is chomping at the bit to try and restart his career. Coming into his fifth year, Allen is only 25-years-old and could set the world on fire with Philip Rivers, IF he can stay on the field.

Josh Rabbitt: Allen will put up WR1 numbers before he gets hurt. He will get hurt though. If you draft him higher than the 40's you are asking for trouble.

Levi Andrew: Everything says Allen will be Philip Rivers’ #1 WR. But He has only played 9 games in the last 2 years. Till I see how he does in training camp and preseason I’m hampering my expectations. WR32 for me for now. Travis Benjamin and Dontrelle Inman are there too.

 

24. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots

Brian Murphy: With Brandin Cooks now in the picture, Edelman may turn into the Patriots’ third- or fourth-most productive pass-catcher.

John Adams: With the exception of Rob Gronkowski, Julian Edelman has been Tom Brady’s favorite short yardage target and that is unlikely to change coming into the 2017 season. Edelman is on the wrong side of 30, but is still a viable fantasy option if you can live with his sub-par touchdown output.

Josh Rabbitt: The biggest loser of Rex Burkehead and Brandin Cooks joining up is Julian. He is a good soldier in that offense, but he isn't special. You don't get bonus points for really critical 3rd down catches. Should give you #2 numbers, but won't give you #1.

Levi Andrew: Edelman finished last year with the 3rd most targets for a WR with a 159. I don’t see him coming anywhere close to those numbers this year. Gronk is healthy and Cooks is now there. This year Edelman takes a step back. #29 for me.

 

25. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions

Brian Murphy: Tate should be Detroit’s top wideout once again, but keep your expectations modest.

John Adams: There was a great deal of hype after Marvin Jones blew up at the beginning of last season, but it was Golden Tate who was the difference maker during the second half of the season. Tate doesn’t find the end zone very often, but averages better than seven catches per game and that makes him an asset in PPR formats.

Josh Rabbitt: Tate is the only real threat for the Lions, who are going to throw the ball a million and one times. He has to show up here somewhere. #27 is probably too low, but I don't know who he is ahead of on here.

Levi Andrew: Golden Tate has been a great weapon for Matthew Stafford. With Jim Bob Cooter taking over the offense, it has seemed to prop up Tate even more. If His TD’s come up I feel he can break into the top 20 as is why I have him at #20.

 

26. Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders

Brian Murphy: He won’t be as good as he was in 2016, but the Raiders’ offense will put up plenty of points to go around.

John Adams: Michael Crabtree is like a fine wine, he just gets better with age. He had 89 catches last season for 1003 yards and 8 touchdowns. There’s no reason he can’t repeat those numbers in 2017.

Josh Rabbitt: I assume Cooper starts to take some targets away from Crabtree. That probably puts Crabtree in the WR #3 range. Just not enough to go around.

Levi Andrew: Crabtree had a great season and outscored Cooper in both PPR and standard last year. Not this year. Crabtree is going to take a backseat to Cooper this year. He will still get his share of targets. Which is why I have him at 23.

 

27. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins

Brian Murphy: Given his familiarity with Kirk Cousins, Crowder may benefit the most of anyone in Washington’s receiving corps following their offseason turnover at his position.

John Adams: With DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon playing for new teams, you have to seriously consider a boost in production for Jamison Crowder coming into the 2017 season. Crowder faded down the stretch last season, but Kirk Cousins will be looking his way this season when Terrelle Pryor finds himself fighting through double coverage.

Josh Rabbitt: Crowder should catch a ton of balls this year with D-jax and Garcon gone. I could see him finishing in the 30's rather easily. Crowder will probably be a sneaky good mid round pick.

Levi Andrew: Crowder will be the 3rd player for targets on Washington. That’s till Perine wins the RB job and Crowder becomes the 4th player. He may have to hold off Josh Doctson in training camp.

 

28. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals

John Adams: You never know, but it appears that this will be the last season for the legendary Larry Fitzgerald. He taught father time a thing or two last season when he registered 107 receptions for 1,023 yards and six touchdowns. You can expect a slight down tick in receptions this season, but another six touchdowns are well within reach.

Josh Rabbitt: I am probably too low on Fitz at 21, but man he looked spent at the end of last year. Larry is a guy I probably draft a little early and try to move before he shows dead legs. I think a WR3 finish is more likely than a WR1.

Levi Andrew: I feel a huge regression coming from the whole Cardinals offense. Mainly due to age and injury concerns. Therefore, I have him so low at 27. Larry finished 2016 17 in standard. Arians will always be an air it out coach but he road Johnson hard last year.

 

29. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers

Brian Murphy: A few touchdowns will be there for Benjamin, but he leaves a lot of stats on the field. Cam Newton’s regression as a passer isn’t helping either.

John Adams: Kelvin Benjamin literally rolled into Panthers extra heavy and out of shape. He told the team KB is back, but one wonders if he meant going back for seconds and thirds. Showing up in bad shape is poor form for a player who wants to be the lead receiver for team that really struggled last season.

Josh Rabbitt: Benjamin, my #39, shows the depth of the WR talent in the NFL once again. This guy could be anywhere from 15 or so and back, and I could see your argument for it. Cam scares me too much to do it, but these guys are all capable of putting up great numbers.

Levi Andrew: I think this is the year Benjamin takes a huge leap. One year removed from ACL surgery. Kelvin has more weapons around him, including Cam. Which may equal less defensive pressure on him. I can see him finishing in my #25 rank or higher this year.

 

30. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings

Brian Murphy: The Vikings need to funnel targets to Diggs. His rapport with Sam Bradford in their second year together will be something to watch closely this summer.

Josh Rabbitt: Diggs should be higher than #24, but I am terrified of this offense. If there was any sort of creativity to Zimmer, things would be better. But too bad for us Zimmer is still the coach in Minny.

Levi Andrew: Everyone and the kitchen sink is high on Diggs. I am for one that is not. Diggs finished 49th in standard scoring last year and 30th in PPR. He also must deal with Adam Thielen, Laquon Treadwell, Michael Floyd, and the leader in targets last year Kyle Rudolph. I don’t feel he gets anywhere near the same numbers from last year 84/903/3. Even my rank of 36 may be too high.

 

31. Brandon Marshall - New York Giants

Brian Murphy: Eli Manning will absolutely love having Marshall around, especially in the red zone.

John Adams: After a dismal season with the New York Jets, things should be looking up for Brandon Marshall with his move to the New York Giants. Eli Manning maybe slipping, but he still loves a big target in the end zone. With teams loading up on ODBJ in the red zone, Marshall should at least double his three touchdown output from last year.

Josh Rabbitt: How far the mighty have fallen. Between Sterling Shepard or Marshall catching balls across from ODBJ I guess I take Marshall. This moves much higher than #47 if Davis Webb takes over for Eli this year.

Levi Andrew: Marshall should finish the season as a WR3 that’s why I have him at 33. He’ll take a backseat to OBJ for targets, but should still see his share. Marshall should see his most work in the red zone. Making his TD ceiling high.

 

32. Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans

Brian Murphy: He was the 14th-best wideout in fantasy last season. That won’t happen again with Corey Davis entering the fray. However, it’s not like he should fall off the map either.

John Adams: Rishard Matthews was the leader of the pack in Tennessee until the team went out and signed Corey Davis. Matthews still has value as a WR2/3, but his numbers might take a dip once Davis gets up to speed.

Josh Rabbitt: Matthews and Corey Davis are pretty much interchangeable in my list. I love both the players, but there isn't enough volume in this passing game for them to be much more upside than WR3/4 type guys. #44 seems right.

Levi Andrew: Rishard Mathews and Mariota found a connection last year. I don’t think that just goes away with Corey Davis coming to town. Mathews finished as the 14th best WR in standard scoring. I think he improves on his catches and yards this year. He had 9 TD’s last year which may regress bringing him to my 26th ranking.

 

33. Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints

Brian Murphy: Not too exciting, but you could do a lot worse when looking for a WR3 or WR4.

John Adams: With Brandin Cooks out of the picture, Willie Snead should have a bigger role with Drew Brees coming into the 2017 season. Snead didn’t set the world on fire last season, but he did catch 72 balls for 895 yards and 4 scores and should improve on those numbers for New Orleans this year.

Josh Rabbitt: Snead is super underrated. He is a week-in and week-out WR#3. You can't ask for more than that from a late round pick than this guy.

Levi Andrew: Willie has finished 2015 and 2016 as WR35. Most likely finishing around the same, guys with more upside is why I have him at 39th.

 

34. Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers

Brian Murphy: As long as Bryant stays on the field, he will be a top-20 fantasy wideout. Perhaps more than that.

John Adams: Martavis Bryant has SLEEPER written all over him coming into the 2017 season. His indefinite BAN by the NFL turned out to be just 407 Days keeping him off the field in 2016. Bryant has kept himself in amazing shape and has a very good chance to crack the Steelers starting lineup. With 14 touchdowns in just 21 games played, Bryant has the potential to be fantasy steal in the 7th or 8th round.

Levi Andrew: Bryant should have a splendid season if he stays clean. The Steelers cut Ladarius Green this off season. Which I think will lead to more 3 WR sets. I have Bryant as my WR34, He has a chance to get a good number of targets across from AB.

 

35. Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers

Brian Murphy: He looks to be San Fran’s top wideout right now. Good luck with Brian Hoyer and/or Matt Barkley.

John Adams: Pierre Garcon is in for a very interesting season. He’s in line for a ton of targets, but his potential quarterbacks don’t offer much upside. Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley are not exactly the cream of the crop, but should be good enough to make Garcon a viable WR3 option.

Josh Rabbitt: Garcon will get a ton of targets playing from behind on a really bad team. Garcon has also been super underrated for his whole career. But this time he might as well have me throwing him the football. If a target isn't within 10 feet of you, does the target matter?

Levi Andrew: Garcon had some of his best years under Shanahan. The 49ers just don’t have a QB to produce. I think Garcon does well this year he just doesn’t have an outstanding year. If the Niners find a QB in C.J. Beathard like Shanahan thinks he has, Garcon could finish higher than my #43 ranking.

 

36. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans

Brian Murphy: We’ve had a rash of rookie wideouts become top performers in recent seasons. If there’s one member of the wide receiver class of 2017 who can be next in that trend, it’s this guy.

John Adams: Corey Davis is the top rookie receiver in this year’s draft and moves into an ideal situation in Tennessee where the team is starving for top-flight wideout. This is great news for Marcus Mariota, who can use all the weapons he can get.

Josh Rabbitt: Matthews and Corey Davis are pretty much interchangeable in my list. I love both the players, but there isn't enough volume in this passing game for them to be much more upside than WR3/4 type guys. #45 seems right.

Levi Andrew: Everyone thinks Mariota is automatically going to have a connection with Davis. I feel he will have some chemistry with him but Mariota will still lean heavily on Rishard. Davis will finish as a WR4 very low end WR3.

 

37. DeSean Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Brian Murphy: There’s no doubt that Jameis WInston can get the ball to him deep down the field. Just how often is another story, however.

John Adams: Coming into his 10th season, the days of being the top dog are all but gone for DeSean Jackson. He’s coming into a good situation in Tampa Bay, but his 1,000-yard receiving days are likely behind him.

Levi Andrew: DeSean is set for a big year. Yes, he may be so hit and miss in fantasy, which is why he is at #31 for me. But landing with the Bucs makes my mouth water a little bit. DeSean and Evans are going to keep defenses honest. No double covering one because the other one is going to get you and take it to the house.

 

38. Tyrell Williams - Los Angeles Chargers

Brian Murphy: Rookie Mike Williams will take away some of his touchdowns. But if Keenan Allen gets injured again, Williams will probably leap back up into the WR2 conversation.

John Adams: Tyrell Williams will lose a huge amount targets to Keenan Allen coming into the 2017 season. He will also have to contend with Mike Williams out of Clemson who was a first round draft pick for the Bolts.

Josh Rabbitt: Has there ever been a quieter breakout than Tyrell’s? I understand he has to fight for targets from Keenan Allen for the two minutes Allen is healthy. I understand that the Chargers just drafted Mike Williams (who is already hurt). I don't know why the Chargers don't understand they have one of the best WR's in the league on their roster, but I think the talent shines through here so I have Tyrell at #18.

 

39. Mike Wallace - Baltimore Ravens

Brian Murphy: You know the deal here: Deep threat, not much else. He is dependable for 900-plus yards and a handful of scores.

John Adams: With exodus of Steve Smith, Dennis Pitta and Kamar Aiken, somebody has to be the go-to-guy for the Ravens inept passing offense and that player is Mike Wallace. Don’t let the addition of Jeremy Maclin distract you, Wallace put up 1,017 receiving yards last season even though he only caught 4 touchdowns. He should maintain those numbers or slightly improve in 2017.

Levi Andrew: Mike Wallace finished 24th last year in standard scoring. That was with Steve Smith and Dennis Pitta taking targets away. Wallace finishes in the top 20. I have him at #19 even with the Maclin signing. There is plenty of targets to go around in Baltimore, also Wallace can take one to the house.

 

40. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings

Brian Murphy: He had a couple of fantastic games down the stretch last season and is on track to keep his starting gig.

John Adams: Vikings receiver Adam Thielen is probably the best receiver for the Vikings, but that does NOT mean he is the best option for your fantasy team. However, if you’re determined to draft a Minnesota receiver, he is a better choice than Stefon Diggs.

Josh Rabbitt: Like the 10 or so guys ahead of Adam T., he proves that taking WR's later on is a really good play this year. Thielen was a huge breakout guy last year. Only thing holding him down? You guessed it. Thanks Mike Zimmer!

Levi Andrew: I have more faith in Adam to reproduce the same numbers as last year then I do Diggs. He finished last year with 69/967/5 resulting in being WR29 in both PPR and Standard. Maybe I should have him higher than 38, but I feel Laquon shows his 1st round pedigree this year.

 

41. Donte Moncrief - Indianapolis Colts

Brian Murphy: He’s a touchdown magnet. He has an outside shot of becoming a WR1 in fantasy if he can make it through a full schedule.

Levi Andrew: Donte would have had a break out season last year if it wasn’t for injury. This is hopefully his year. Like I said about T.Y. the GM is protecting Luck which will lead to more targets. WR35

 

42. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets

Brian Murphy: Hey, he’s the No.1 guy in Gang Green’s receiving corps at the moment. And somebody’s got to catch passes for that team.

Josh Rabbitt: Yep. I just put Quincy Enunwa above Dez Bryant and Michael Thomas at #17. If I am right, it costs me a lot less than you guys being wrong by the way. Dez's body is simply broken down. Thomas no longer has Cooks to draw coverage. I want Quincy on all of my rosters. I don't want anything to do with Dez or Thomas. #17 seems right.

Levi Andrew: Enunwa is the WR1 for the Jets. Jets are tanking enough said. No QB. WR4 for me.

 

43. Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns

Brian Murphy: He has become very injury-prone, but his special big-play talent makes it worth gambling on him as a WR4 or WR5.

Josh Rabbitt: Talent through the rough. Problems? Consistency. QBs. Browns in general. Pick any number between 10 and 50. I picked #29, but any is as good as another for me with Coleman.

Levi Andrew: Only person Coleman must compete with is Kenny Brit. Coleman is younger and a way better player than Kenny Brit. If Coleman can stay healthy and gets decent QB play out of one of the 4 QB’s on the roster right now he should have a great season. May even break into the top 25. But for right now I have him at 30 only because of QB problems right now, but Pryor finished 18th with the Cleveland QB mess last year.

 

44. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers

Brian Murphy: More often than not, he’ll leave you wanting more. But Cobb will also turn in some big games simply as a result of the offense he plays in.

John Adams: The Green Bay coaching staff says they want that get the ball to Randall Cobb more this season, but that’s NOT likely to happen. The reality is that Aaron Rodgers is more focused on Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams and that is won’t change any time soon.

Josh Rabbitt: Cobb fell off a cliff the last few years. Few guys represent the kind of upside Cobb has though, simply playing in that offense. I understand if you take him above my rank of 37, just be prepared for disappointment.

Levi Andrew: Last year wasn’t Cobb’s year. He finished out of the top 50. With Rodgers saying they have started using 2 TE sets in OTA’s I feel like that’s not a good thing for Cobb. Having him at 47 with Adams break out year last year might be too high.

 

45. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles

Brian Murphy: Maybe things will open up for him as Alshon Jeffery takes the top off of defenses.

Josh Rabbitt: Here I am telling you something "crazy" again. Matthews will lead the Eagles WRs in fantasy points by quite a bit. He is simply better than Alshon. If Wentz didn't terrify me, I would have him much higher than #36.

 

46. DeVante Parker - Miami Dolphins

Brian Murphy: So much potential. Consistency will be the name of the game for Parker in his third season. He has been earning plenty of praise from his coaches lately.

Josh Rabbitt: Offseason puff piece spectacular Parker has a couple of issues - #1 he doesn't seem that interested in football. #2 Ryan Tannehill. Parker will probably dominate a few games, and then suck in a few other. Should end up with enough boom games to finish a WR3.

 

47. Cameron Meredith - Chicago Bears

Brian Murphy: The Bears’ quarterback situation and the possibility of upcoming hand surgery are reasons to be wary of Meredith. On the bright side, he was pretty successful with Jay Cutler, Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley last season.

Josh Rabbitt: One of the most talented WRs in the league - hiding in plain sight. Much like Zimmer holding down Diggs, super awesome gum chewer John Fox will find a way to hold Cam down.

 

48. John Brown - Arizona Cardinals

Brian Murphy: His upside is still substantial and continuing to live with Carson Palmer during the offseason can only help their on-field relationship.

John Adams: Cardinals receiver John Brown had a poor 2016 season as he grappled with an undiagnosed illness that all but knocked him out of the game. According to team sources, his sickle cell trait illness has been identified and treated. The team believes that Brown can recapture the magic from his 2015 season when he recorded 65 receptions for 1,003 yards and 7 touchdowns.

Levi Andrew: If John Brown can stay healthy and not have injured hamstrings, he could lead the Cards in targets. Having Fitz and Johnson there taking away the pressure. Have him low at 44 because of health concerns from sickle cell. They say he has it under control.

 

49. Jeremy Maclin - Baltimore Ravens

Brian Murphy: Getting out of KC and being a part of the Ravens’ pass-heavy offense will be a welcomed change for Maclin. Will it lead to great fantasy success? Probably not. But he was basically irrelevant for the second half of the 2016 campaign.

Josh Rabbitt: New home with the Ravens is a really good landing spot. If broken down Mike Wallace can put up WR3 numbers here, I expect the same from Maclin.

Levi Andrew: Maclin was cut from the Chiefs. A week later he signed with the Ravens. It hurts Perriman more than Wallace. Maclin may very well be the Ravens #1 WR but he will finish as a WR3, 37 to be exact.

 

50. Kenny Britt – Cleveland Browns

John Adams: After 8 seasons in the NFL, Kenny Britt has put two strong seasons at the wide receiver position. The first one was in 2010 while he was playing for the Titans and the second was last season playing for the Rams. He is now in Cleveland and has a chance to be the lead receiver there. However, the quarterback situation in Cleveland is always a mess and Britt is a high risk option for your fantasy squad.

Levi Andrew: Kenny Britt had his first 1,000-yard season last year. Having his best fantasy year since 2010. Britt will most likely play second fiddle/possession receiver to Corey Coleman. He will have a mediocre 500-700-yard season, giving him my 40th ranking.

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The Table below shows the consensus ranking and each writer’s rankings.

Rank

Player

Consensus

Best

Worst

1

Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers

1

1

1

2

Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons

2.8

2

4

3

Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

3.4

2

5

4

Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants

3.6

2

7

5

A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals

5

4

6

6

Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers

6

4

7

7

T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts

8.2

6

11

8

Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints

10.2

7

20

9

Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots

10.6

5

14

10

Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys

10.8

8

19

11

Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks

12.6

10

18

12

Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders

13.4

9

22

13

Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers

14.6

12

18

14

Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos

16

9

21

15

Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins

16.6

13

21

16

DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans

17.2

11

27

17

Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins

18.4

14

22

18

Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars

19.2

12

30

19

Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs

20

8

28

20

Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills

20.2

14

32

21

Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos

23.2

22

26

22

Alshon Jeffery - Philadelphia Eagles

24.6

13

> 50

23

Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers

24.8

15

43

24

Julian Edelman - New England Patriots

25

22

29

25

Golden Tate - Detroit Lions

27.6

20

39

26

Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders

28

19

35

27

Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins

31.2

21

42

28

Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals

34

21

> 50

29

Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers

34

25

40

30

Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings

34.2

24

> 50

31

Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans

35

26

44

32

Brandon Marshall - New York Giants

35

29

47

33

Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints

35.4

28

44

34

Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers

35.8

20

> 50

35

Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers

36.4

25

43

36

Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans

37.4

28

45

37

DeSean Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

37.6

30

> 50

38

Tyrell Williams - Los Angeles Chargers

39.4

18

> 50

39

Mike Wallace - Baltimore Ravens

39.6

19

> 50

40

Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings

39.8

31

48

41

Donte Moncrief - Indianapolis Colts

40.6

24

> 50

42

Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets

41.2

17

> 50

43

Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns

41.2

29

> 50

44

Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers

43

37

47

45

Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles

44.4

36

> 50

46

DeVante Parker - Miami Dolphins

45.2

33

> 50

47

Cameron Meredith - Chicago Bears

45.8

25

> 50

48

John Brown - Arizona Cardinals

47

39

> 50

49

Jeremy Maclin - Baltimore Ravens

47.8

37

> 50

50

Kenny Britt - Cleveland Browns

53.4

40

> 50

 

Brian Murphy's WR Ranking:

  1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers
  2. Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants
  3. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  4. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons
  5. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
  6. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts
  7. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers
  8. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints
  9. Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders
  10. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
  11. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans
  12. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers
  13. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks
  14. Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots
  15. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers
  16. Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars
  17. Alshon Jeffery - Philadelphia Eagles
  18. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills
  19. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos
  20. Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers
  21. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins
  22. Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins
  23. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos
  24. Donte Moncrief - Indianapolis Colts
  25. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots
  26. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings
  27. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs
  28. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions
  29. Brandon Marshall - New York Giants
  30. Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders
  31. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins
  32. DeSean Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  33. DeVante Parker - Miami Dolphins
  34. Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints
  35. Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans
  36. Mike Wallace - Baltimore Ravens
  37. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans
  38. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles
  39. Tyrell Williams - Los Angeles Chargers
  40. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers
  41. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers
  42. Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers
  43. Cameron Meredith - Chicago Bears
  44. Jeremy Maclin - Baltimore Ravens
  45. John Brown - Arizona Cardinals
  46. Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns
  47. Marvin Jones - Detroit Lions
  48. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings
  49. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets
  50. Robert Woods - Los Angeles Rams

Daniel Brown's WR Ranking:

  1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers
  2. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons
  3. Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants
  4. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  5. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
  6. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers
  7. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints
  8. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts
  9. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
  10. Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders
  11. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks
  12. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans
  13. Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots
  14. Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars
  15. Alshon Jeffery - Philadelphia Eagles
  16. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins
  17. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos
  18. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers
  19. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers
  20. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills
  21. Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins
  22. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos
  23. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots
  24. Donte Moncrief - Indianapolis Colts
  25. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings
  26. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs
  27. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins
  28. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers
  29. Brandon Marshall - New York Giants
  30. DeSean Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  31. Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers
  32. Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints
  33. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals
  34. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets
  35. Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders
  36. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans
  37. Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans
  38. DeVante Parker - Miami Dolphins
  39. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions
  40. Cameron Meredith - Chicago Bears
  41. Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns
  42. Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers
  43. Mike Wallace - Baltimore Ravens
  44. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles
  45. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers
  46. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings
  47. John Brown - Arizona Cardinals
  48. Tyrell Williams - Los Angeles Chargers
  49. Mike Williams - Los Angeles Chargers
  50. Josh Doctson - Washington Redskins

 John Adams' WR Ranking:

  1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers
  2. Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants
  3. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons
  4. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
  5. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  6. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers
  7. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints
  8. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
  9. Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots
  10. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts
  11. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs
  12. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers
  13. Alshon Jeffery - Philadelphia Eagles
  14. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos
  15. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers
  16. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins
  17. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills
  18. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks
  19. Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders
  20. Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins
  21. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins
  22. Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders
  23. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos
  24. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions
  25. Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers
  26. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots
  27. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans
  28. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans
  29. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals
  30. Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars
  31. Tyrell Williams - Los Angeles Chargers
  32. Sterling Shepard - New York Giants
  33. Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans
  34. Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers
  35. DeSean Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  36. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings
  37. Brandon Marshall - New York Giants
  38. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers
  39. John Brown - Arizona Cardinals
  40. Mike Wallace - Baltimore Ravens
  41. Breshad Perriman - Baltimore Ravens
  42. Mike Williams - Los Angeles Chargers
  43. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles
  44. Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints
  45. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers
  46. Ted Ginn - New Orleans Saints
  47. Kenny Britt - Cleveland Browns
  48. Kenny Stills - Miami Dolphins
  49. Taylor Gabriel - Atlanta Falcons
  50. J.J. Nelson - Arizona Cardinals

Josh Rabbitt's WR Ranking:

  1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers
  2. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons
  3. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  4. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers
  5. Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots
  6. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
  7. Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants
  8. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs
  9. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos
  10. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks
  11. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts
  12. Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars
  13. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins
  14. Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins
  15. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers
  16. Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders
  17. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets
  18. Tyrell Williams - Los Angeles Chargers
  19. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
  20. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints
  21. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals
  22. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots
  23. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans
  24. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings
  25. Cameron Meredith - Chicago Bears
  26. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos
  27. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions
  28. Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints
  29. Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns
  30. Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers
  31. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings
  32. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills
  33. Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders
  34. DeVante Parker - Miami Dolphins
  35. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins
  36. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles
  37. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers
  38. Jeremy Maclin - Baltimore Ravens
  39. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers
  40. Cooper Kupp - Los Angeles Rams
  41. Cole Beasley - Dallas Cowboys
  42. Kevin White - Chicago Bears
  43. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers
  44. Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans
  45. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans
  46. Cordarrelle Patterson - Oakland Raiders
  47. Brandon Marshall - New York Giants
  48. Tavon Austin - Los Angeles Rams
  49. Chris Conley - Kansas City Chiefs
  50. Robby Anderson - New York Jets

Levi Andrew’s WR Ranking:

1. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers
2. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons
4. Odell Beckham Jr. - New York Giants
5. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals
6. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts
7. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers
8. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys
9. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints
10. Amari Cooper - Oakland Raiders
11. Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks
12. Brandin Cooks - New England Patriots
13. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans
14. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills
15. Terrelle Pryor - Washington Redskins
16. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers
17. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins
18. Alshon Jeffery - Philadelphia Eagles
19. Mike Wallace - Baltimore Ravens
20. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions
21. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos
22. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos
23. Michael Crabtree - Oakland Raiders
24. Allen Robinson - Jacksonville Jaguars
25. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers
26. Rishard Matthews - Tennessee Titans
27. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals
28. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs
29. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots
30. Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns
31. DeSean Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
32. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers
33. Brandon Marshall - New York Giants
34. Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers
35. Donte Moncrief - Indianapolis Colts
36. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings
37. Jeremy Maclin - Baltimore Ravens
38. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings
39. Willie Snead - New Orleans Saints
40. Kenny Britt - Cleveland Browns
41. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans
42. Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins
43. Pierre Garcon - San Francisco 49ers
44. John Brown - Arizona Cardinals
45. Kenny Stills - Miami Dolphins
46. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets
47. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers
48. Marvin Jones - Detroit Lions
49. Will Fuller V - Houston Texans
50. Eric Decker - Free Agent

  

 

Brian Murphy has been writing about sports -- fantasy, pro and college -- since 2001. He has written for numerous fantasy sites, including Scout.com. He has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Central Florida and a master's degree in mass communication from California State University-Northridge. He currently lives in Orlando.

 

Daniel Brown is a sports fanatic. Growing up in Australia, he followed English Premier League soccer, NFL, NBA and many other sports. Since relocating to the US over 12 years ago, Daniel has been heavily involved in fantasy football including Dynasty Leagues, Re-draft and Daily Fantasy. The NFL Draft and Fantasy Football are his passion and devotion. You can follow Daniel on Twitter @brownsnake76 for sports comments and general musings, or hit him up with your fantasy questions!

 

John Adams has nearly 20 years of television network reporting experience covering professional and college teams across the country including the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, Colorado Buffaloes, Carolina Panthers and the Florida State Seminoles.

 

Josh has been playing dynasty fantasy football for more than a decade and manages over 50 teams and has won more than 100 championships. When Josh isn't managing his teams or spending time with his family, he is either coaching football or watching football. Josh has B.S. in Social Studies Education from the University of Wisconsin Platteville and is currently teaching high school history.

 

Levi likes to spend time with his 6 year old son, which includes coaching his football and baseball teams. He's also trying not to hurt himself on the skateboard again.

Levi raises chickens on his little farm in Washington State. He has 17 chickens, 1 turkey and 2 ducks.

 

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