2018 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide Receivers 61-100




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2018 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (July 21):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100


  1. Curtis Samuel, WR, Panthers. Bye: 4.
    Curtis Samuel did nothing at the beginning of his rookie campaign, but showed some major potential in Week 10, catching five passes for 45 yards for a portion of a game against Miami. Unfortunately, Samuel suffered a season-ending ankle injury in that contest. Samuel will be much better in 2018, though his potential will be capped because the Panthers use such a run-heavy attack.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 820 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 116.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 176.

  2. Jamison Crowder, WR, Redskins. Bye: 4.
    I liked Jamison Crowder going into 2017, but he struggled in the first seven weeks of the season. He caught fire after that, so that gives him some promise heading into 2018. It remains to be seen if Alex Smith will utilize Crowder like Kirk Cousins used to.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 72 catches. 850 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 115.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 187.





  3. Dez Bryant, WR, TBA. Bye: 0.
    Dez Bryant was woeful this past season, catching just 69 passes for 838 yards and six touchdowns. Bryant couldn't get separation, and Dak Prescott's struggles when Tyron Smith got hurt didn't help. Bryant is a buy-low candidate for sure, but he has to find a home first.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 790 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 115.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 177.

  4. Mike Wallace, WR, Eagles. Bye: 9.
    JUNE 10 UPDATE: Mike Wallace has "looked the part," according to Jimmy Kempski of Philly Voice. Wallace has been playing with pedestrian quarterbacks of late, but that won't be the case this year if Carson Wentz is healthy. I wouldn't draft Wallace until the final rounds, however.

    Mike Wallace was Baltimore's best receiver last year, but that's not saying much. He caught 52 passes for 748 yards and four touchdowns. Turning 32 in August, Wallace's best days are long gone, but he has a chance to be a solid contributor with the Eagles.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 64 catches. 850 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 115.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 179.

  5. Paul Richardson, WR, Redskins. Bye: 4.
    Paul Richardson became Seattle's No. 2 receiver this past season, and he caught 44 passes for 703 yards and six touchdowns despite Russell Wilson dealing with tons of pressure. Richardson has signed with the Redskins, which doesn't seem like a good fit because Alex Smith doesn't take nearly as many downfield shots as Wilson.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 740 total yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 114.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 162.



  6. Geronimo Allison, WR, Packers. Bye: 7.
    Geronimo Allison is Green Bay's third receiver in the wake of Jordy Nelson's departure, automatically putting him on the fantasy map. He could be a productive player as long as Aaron Rodgers is healthy, though he'll have to fight off J'Mon Moore for snaps.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 700 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 114.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 162.

  7. Martavis Bryant, WR, Raiders. Bye: 7.
    JUNE 17 UPDATE: The Raiders fear imminent league discipline for Martavis Bryant for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. No one should be surprised by this. Stay tuned for details, and if you have a very early fantasy draft, stay away from Bryant.

    People seem to always expect Martavis Bryant to explode, perhaps because of his great athleticism. That has yet to happen, however, as Bryant hasn't eclipsed 50 receptions for 765 yards in a single season yet. I don't think Bryant is suddenly going to become a breakout candidate in Oakland.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 740 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 114.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 168.



  8. Ryan Grant, WR, Colts. Bye: 9.
    Ryan Grant signed a big contract with the Ravens, only to see it torn to shreds when he failed a mysterious physical. The Colts signed him cheaply, and he has a chance to be very productive if Andrew Luck is healthy.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 680 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 113.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 167.

  9. Keelan Cole, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 9.
    Keelan Cole caught 42 passes for 748 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie despite not doing much in the first six weeks of the season. Cole had some big performances down the stretch, including a 7-186-1 line against the Texans. Cole's 2018 outlook seemed promising with Allen Robinson gone, but the Jaguars then drafted D.J. Chark.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 44 catches. 700 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 108.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 152.

  10. John Ross, WR, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    John Ross didn't catch a single pass as a rookie, though he played just three games because of a shoulder injury. Ross has great potential, but I'm not too bullish on his 2018 prospects.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 49 catches. 740 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 109.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 158.



  11. Allen Hurns, WR, Cowboys. Bye: 8.
    Allen Hurns is Dallas' new No. 1 receiver unless third-round rookie Michael Gallup passes him this year. This may seem fine, given that Hurns had 1,031 yards in 2015, but that was all a byproduct of garbage yardage. Hurns is not a viable starter in the NFL, and he'll produce mediocre stats as a result.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 730 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 108.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 162.

  12. Chester Rogers, WR, Colts. Bye: 9.
    Chester Rogers has a chance to contribute in 2018. Donte Moncrief is gone, and he has just Ryan Grant to compete with for the No. 2 receiving job. His outlook also depends on Andrew Luck's health.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 680 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 107.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 155.

  13. Josh Doctson, WR, Redskins. Bye: 4.
    Josh Doctson finally did something late last season after struggling for a year and a half. Doctson has potential as a former first-round pick, but there are other late-round fantasy receivers with more upside. Paul Richardson's presence only clouds Doctson's outlook.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 680 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 107.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 155.

  14. Marqise Lee, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 9.
    Marqise Lee is a better real-life receiver than fantasy option. He played well for the Jaguars this past season, but accumulated only 702 yards and three touchdowns. He missed two games, but that's not enough to make up for his mediocre fantasy output.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 820 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 106.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 166.

  15. Corey Coleman, WR, Browns. Bye: 11.
    Corey Coleman was a huge disappointment once again this past season. He repeated what he did in 2016: He had one big game, then got injured, and then did nothing upon his return. Perhaps his late-season struggles have to do with his injuries, and I would not deem him a bust quite yet. However, it's difficult to recommend him as a late-round flier at this point.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 55 catches. 670 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 106.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 161.

  16. DeSean Jackson, WR, Buccaneers. Bye: 5.
    DeSean Jackson was a bust in his first season with the Buccaneers, catching just 50 passes for 668 yards and three touchdowns in 14 games. The perennially overrated Jackson, who turned 31 recently, is past his prime and shouldn't be considered a serious fantasy option.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 53 catches. 810 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 105.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 158.

  17. Courtland Sutton, WR, Broncos. Bye: 10.
    Courtland Sutton won't have an impact this year unless either Demaryius Thomas or Emmanuel Sanders goes down with an injury, which doesn't sound implausible. Even then, he's just a second-round rookie, so there's no reason to draft him in standard leagues.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 44 catches. 650 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 104.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 148.

  18. Quincy Enunwa, WR, Jets. Bye: 11.
    Quincy Enunwa missed all of 2017 with a neck injury. He caught 58 passes for 857 yards and four touchdowns the year before. Enunwa will have to fight for targets with Robby Anderson emerging and Terrelle Pryor added to the roster.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 53 catches. 790 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 103.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 156.

  19. Mohamed Sanu, WR, Falcons. Bye: 8.
    Atlanta's offense was much worse with Steve Sarkisian replacing Kyle Shanahan, but don't tell that to Mohamed Sanu, who saw his catches and yards rise from 59 and 653 to 67 and 703, respectively. He also caught five touchdowns. Sanu is not a very good fantasy option, especially with Calvin Ridley now on the team.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 63 catches. 700 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 100.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 163.

  20. Ted Ginn, WR, Saints. Bye: 6.
    Ted Ginn had some solid performances in his first season with the Saints, but finished with mediocre numbers (53 catches, 787 yards, four touchdowns.) As long as the Saints have a strong defense and running game, Ginn's potential will be capped, especially with Cameron Meredith now on the roster.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 52 catches. 750 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 99.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 151.

  21. J'Mon Moore, WR, Packers. Bye: 7.
    J'Mon Moore has a chance to be productive right away, as there's a vacancy in Green Bay's receiving corps in the wake of Jordy Nelson's departure.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 45 catches. 610 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 98.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 139.

  22. Tyrell Williams, WR, Chargers. Bye: 8.
    Tyrell Williams is an inconsistent deep threat who should only be rostered in deeper leagues.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 47 catches. 740 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 98.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 145.

  23. Tre'Quan Smith, WR, Saints. Bye: 6.
    No Saints receiver should ever be counted out, and third-rounder Tre'Quan Smith could become the No. 2 wideout this year, depending on what happens with Cameron Meredith's health situation. Still, given that the Saints are more run-oriented, Smith is better left undrafted, barring some impressinve showings in the preseason.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 38 catches. 530 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 97.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 135.

  24. Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Patriots. Bye: 11.
    Malcolm Mitchell missed all of 2017 with a knee injury. He has a chance to be productive in New England's offense, especially with Danny Amendola gone.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 650 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 95.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 149.

  25. Bruce Ellington, WR, Texans. Bye: 10.
    Bruce Ellington has flashed on the field, and with Deshaun Watson returning from injury, he'd be an intriguing late-round fantasy option if it weren't for his durability issues. Ellington hasn't been able to stay healthy throughout his career.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 40 catches. 660 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 94.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 134.

  26. Anthony Miller, WR, Bears. Bye: 5.
    There's an outside chance Anthony Miller could become Chicago's No. 2 receiver this season, but I like him better for the long haul. I would not draft him in standard formats this year.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 500 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 94.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 130.

  27. Christian Kirk, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 9.
    JULY 20 UPDATE: Top team reporter Mike Jurecki didn't include Christian Kirk as the top four receivers on Arizona's roster, listing Chad Williams, Brice Butler and J.J. Nelson behind Larry Fitzgerald. Jurecki noted that Kirk could be returning kicks. This is disappointing news, as Kirk seemed to have a chance to make big leaps in a weak area on the depth chart. He's not draftable in re-draft leagues.

    Christian Kirk was once viewed as a first-round prospect, but he fell to the middle of the second frame. He should do well in the long term, but he might have a rookie quarterback throwing to him for most of 2018, making him pretty undesirable in standard formats.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 38 catches. 590 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 130.

  28. Demarcus Robinson, WR, Chiefs. Bye: 12.
    Demarcus Robinson was a fourth-round pick in 2016, but would've gone earlier if it weren't for character concerns. Robinson, who caught 21 passes this past season, will be Kansas City's third receiver this year. He should be added on the waiver wire if either Tyreek Hill or Sammy Watkins gets injured.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 640 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 146.

  29. James Washington, WR, Steelers. Bye: 7.
    James Washington is unquestionably the third receiver, at best, on Pittsburgh's roster, so he'll need Antonio Brown or JuJu Smith-Schuster to get hurt to make any sort of fantasy impact.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 480 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 128.

  30. Daurice Fountain, WR, Colts. Bye: 9.
    Daurice Fountain is just a fifth-round rookie, but he'll have an opportunity to play right away in Indianapolis. If Andrew Luck returns, Fountain might actually be productive right away.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 470 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 91.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 127.

  31. Albert Wilson, WR, Dolphins. Bye: 11.
    The Dolphins gave Albert Wilson $24 million this offseason even though it's not clear if he'll even catch 24 passes this year.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 610 total yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 89.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 137.

  32. John Brown, WR, Ravens. Bye: 10.
    John Brown hasn't been able to stay healthy for the past two years because of lingering medical conditions. Bruce Arians even expressed his frustrations with Brown's durability when he coached the team. Brown simply cannot be trusted, even in his new home. That said, he's worth monitoring in case he's finally fully healthy.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 40 catches. 650 total yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 89.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 129.

  33. Taylor Gabriel, WR, Bears. Bye: 5.
    Taylor Gabriel had promise heading into this past season, but Steve Sarkisian couldn't figure out creative ways to get the ball to him. It's a shame, but Gabriel will have a better chance of producing under the more-creative Matt Nagy in Chicago.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 53 catches. 640 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 88.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 141.

  34. Brice Butler, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 9.
    Brice Butler is Arizona's third receiver, which might have meant something several years ago. Butler has some potential, but not nearly enough to warrant a fantasy pick in 12-team leagues.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 38 catches. 590 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 87.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 125.

  35. Zay Jones, WR, Bills. Bye: 11.
    Zay Jones struggled this past season, though he played most of his rookie campaign with a torn labrum. I liked him better for 2018 before that horrible video of him surfaced. It's unclear what will happen to Jones moving forward.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 51 catches. 630 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 87.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 138.

  36. Cole Beasley, WR, Cowboys. Bye: 8.
    Cole Beasley, serving as Dak Prescott's safety valve, posted career-high figures in 2016, catching 75 passes for 833 yards and five touchdowns. Beasley's numbers took a dive in 2017, however, as he logged just 36 receptions. Beasley will get more looks with Dez Bryant gone, but he's still not a viable fantasy option.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 52 catches. 550 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 79.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 131.

  37. Willie Snead, WR, Ravens. Bye: 10.
    Willie Snead completely disappeared this past season, which is understandable because the Saints threw it much less, thanks to an improved running game and defense. Snead will be with the Ravens this year, a team that will throw the ball even less frequently.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 440 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 76.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 112.

  38. Torrey Smith, WR, Panthers. Bye: 4.
    Torrey Smith is just an inconsistent deep threat at this stage of his career. He has no fantasy value.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 42 catches. 580 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 76.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 118.

  39. Tyler Boyd, WR, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    Tyler Boyd caught the game-winning touchdown in the season finale that knocked the Ravens out of the playoffs. However, he did nothing else this past season, logging just 22 receptions in 10 games. Boyd has very little upside in a stagnant offense.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 42 catches. 480 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 76.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 118.

  40. Terrance Williams, WR, Cowboys. Bye: 8.
    Terrance Williams has been a failure as Dallas' No. 2 receiver over the past several seasons. Dez Bryant is gone, but Williams will still be a non-factor.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 42 catches. 570 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 75.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 97.

  41. Adam Humphries, WR, Buccaneers. Bye: 5.
    Adam Humphries is someone to add if the Buccaneers lose several offensive players to injuries. He caught seven passes for 102 yards in the finale when numerous play-makers were out.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 59 catches. 620 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 74.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 133.

  42. Jordan Matthews, WR, Patriots. Bye: 11.
    Jordan Matthews struggled with the Bills last year, but suffered through numerous injuries. He could bounce back, but there are plenty of players who will see targets from Tom Brady.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 45 catches. 550 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 73.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 118.

  43. Donte Moncrief, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 9.
    Donte Moncrief is getting $9.6 million this year, but that doesn't change the fact that he sucks.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 480 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 66.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 102.

  44. Kendall Wright, WR, Vikings. Bye: 10.
    Kendall Wright had a few solid performances last year, but was incredibly inconsistent. He signed with the Vikings to be their new third receiver.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 44 catches. 500 yards. 1 total TD.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 66.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 110.

  45. Brandon LaFell, WR, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    Brandon LaFell caught 52 passes for 548 yards and three touchdowns this past season. With John Ross set to have a larger role in 2018, LaFell shouldn't be used in fantasy.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 37 catches. 450 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 63.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 100.


2018 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (July 21):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100






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