2018 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide Receivers 21-40




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2018 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 5):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100


  1. Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 28 UPDATE: Doug Baldwin admitted to the media that his knee won't be 100 percent at any point this offseason. Baldwin clearly needs more rest, but the season is about to start. I've been harping on Baldwin being a risky player to select at his third-round ADP. I'd avoid him and let someone else take the chance.

    AUG. 17 UPDATE: Doug Baldwin was doing sprints in Thursday's practice. This was the first time Baldwin had been sprinting since he suffered a knee injury. It's a good sign that Baldwin could be ready by Week 1.

    AUG. 2 UPDATE: Doug Baldwin will be out for most or all of the preseason with a knee injury. A veteran like Baldwin doesn't need preseason reps to be effective, but he could be at greater risk of injury once he returns to the field. I wouldn't drop Baldwin dramatically in my rankings, but his ADP (currently 3.03) needs to drop by about a round-and-a-half.

    AUG. 1 UPDATE: Pete Carroll announced that Doug Baldwin will be out for a few weeks with a knee problem. It's unclear what exactly is wrong, but it's obviously a bad sign. Perhaps Baldwin will be fine for Week 1, and this injury won't be any sort of issue, but Baldwin now comes with substantial risk.

    Russell Wilson's pass protection has been and continues to be atrocious, so he didn't have enough time to find Doug Baldwin downfield as much as he wanted to. Still, Baldwin accumulated 991 yards and eight touchdowns, and he could post better numbers in 2018.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 78 catches. 1,030 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 145.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 223.

  2. Adam Thielen, WR, Vikings. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Adam Thielen caught four passes for 26 yards in the dress rehearsal. He and Kirk Cousins seem a bit out of sync right now. That may change as the season progresses, but Thielen seems like he's being overdrafted.

    AUG. 19 UPDATE: Adam Thielen has yet to catch a ball from Kirk Cousins through two preseason games. He was targeted thrice against the Jaguars, but he and Cousins just don't seem to have the same chemistry that Thielen enjoyed with Case Keenum. Thielen is being overdrafted in fantasy leagues.

    Adam Thielen came out of nowhere to catch 69 passes for 967 yards and five touchdowns in 2016. He took the next step this past season, catching 91 passes for 1,276 yards and four touchdowns. Thielen was not only terrific, but also consistent last year, logging at least five receptions in all but three games. The only reason Thielen might regress is if he doesn't develop good chemistry with Kirk Cousins.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 81 catches. 1,140 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 144.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 225.





  3. Geronimo Allison, WR, Packers. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 30 UPDATE: Vic Lombardi of the Ringer, who reported the Jarvis Landry trade, repeated that the Packers are shopping Randall Cobb. This is a sign that Green Bay could cut Cobb because he's owed $9 million this year. That would open the door for Geronimo Allison, who is listed atop my Fantasy Football Sleepers list.

    AUG. 27 UPDATE: Geronimo Allison will really benefit from Randall Cobb's release. The injury-prone Cobb could be cut to save about $9 million, and Allison seemingly won the No. 3 receiving job, so he could be promoted to be the second wideout in Green Bay's high-octane offense.

    AUG. 25 UPDATE: While Davante Adams and Randall Cobb sat out versus Oakland, the Packers started Geronimo Allison, who performed well. Allison made a great catch initially despite being held, tip-toeing his feet inbounds. He actually made another terrific reception after that, hauling in a 31-yarder in between two defenders while getting drilled. Allison's two receptions went for 40 yards. It seems as though he has won Green Bay's No. 3 receiver job.

    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: 68 catches. 930 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 144.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 212.

  4. Michael Crabtree, WR, Ravens. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 10 UPDATE: Michael Crabtree led the Ravens starters with three targets in his Baltimore debut, though he caught just one pass for 30 yards. He dropped a ball as well. Still, it's nice for Crabtree's fantasy outlook that Joe Flacco is targeting him more than anyone else.

    JULY 31 UPDATE: Joe Flacco has been enjoying his best training camp in an extremely long time, according to a Ravens observer. Flacco has mailed it in the past several years, but has been motivated by the drafting of Lamar Jackson. This bodes well for both John Brown and Michael Crabtree; the former had already been thriving in camp.

    MAY 26 UPDATE: Joe Flacco praised Michael Crabtree on Thursday, calling him "the guy." Flacco talked up Crabtree's route-running and on-field intelligence. Crabtree should have a solid season, though Flacco's limitations will hinder him.

    Michael Crabtree has been Derek Carr's favorite end-zone target, so perhaps he'll be able to fill the same role with Joe Flacco as his quarterback. Crabtree struggled down the stretch, and he'll turn 31 in September, so his best days are over. However, he could be more motivated to prove the Raiders wrong.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 78 catches. 950 yards. 8 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 143.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 221.



  5. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Bills. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 16 UPDATE: Kelvin Benjamin was seem icing his knees after Wednesday's practice, and he's been in and out of practice the past few days. I like Benjamin's potential this year as a target hog in Buffalo, but his health is a legitimate concern.

    AUG. 10 UPDATE: Kelvin Benjamin made some nice plays in his preseason debut. He hauled in a diving catch to convert a third-and-5 when Nathan Peterman rolled out of the pocket, under pressure. He then hauled in a deep fade pass for a touchdown. Benjamin caught all four of his targets for 59 yards and the score. Despite some sketchy quarterbacking, Benjamin looks like he's going to have a strong season.

    JUNE 15 UPDATE: Nathan Peterman has outplayed A.J. McCarron this offseason. This is shocking, and it's also terrible news for Kelvin Benjamin, whose quarterbacking will be worse in 2018 than it was last year unless Josh Allen really impresses.

    Kelvin Benjamin's 2018 outlook depends mostly on how Josh Allen progresses in training camp. Benjamin can be very productive if Allen is ready to be effective, or he could post mediocre numbers with a struggling rookie. Plus, Benjamin's health always has to be a concern.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 68 catches. 950 receiving yards. 8 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 143.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 211.

  6. Michael Gallup, WR, Cowboys. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 19 UPDATE: Third-round rookie Michael Gallup led all Dallas receivers in targets (3) from Dak Prescott in the second preseason game. Gallup caught two balls for 16 yards. An 8-yard reception of his was very impressive, as he snatched the ball while extending his arms and falling down. Gallup should've been called for offensive pass interference on one play, but it was otherwise a positive performance for Dallas' new No. 1 wideout.
    AUG. 10 UPDATE: Third-round rookie receiver Michael Gallup has a huge opportunity to make a big splash this year, given the dearth of receiving talent the Cowboys have on their roster. Gallup saw three targets in his preseason debut, though just one from Dak Prescott on the starting quarterback's lone drive. Gallup snatched that target for what turned out to be a 30-yard touchdown. Gallup is worth it at his 13.08 ADP because he could be Dallas' No. 1 receiver.

    The Cowboys didn't really have any viable starting receivers on their roster heading into the 2018 NFL Draft - Allen Hurns doesn't count - so Michael Gallup should be able to quickly take hold of a starting job. He's a fantasy receiver I'd be interested in drafting this year, though I'd like to see how he performs in the preseason, just to make sure.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 860 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 142.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 204.





  7. Robby Anderson, WR, Jets. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 28 UPDATE: Robby Anderson's case is still under review by the NFL, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN. Anderson got into trouble during the offseason, yet the league still hasn't done anything about it yet. There's a chance Anderson could still be suspended, which puts a cloud over his fantasy outlook. Anderson is worth a shot in the eighth round or so of 12-team leagues.

    Not much was expected from Robby Anderson, especially considering that his quarterback was Josh McCown. Anderson proved all of his detractors wrong (i.e. everyone not related to him) by accumulating 941 yards and seven touchdowns. Anderson's production dropped when Bryce Petty replaced McCown, but he should be a solid fantasy option with Sam Darnold on the team. Also keep in mind that Anderson was arrested this offseason, so he could be suspended.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 68 catches. 990 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 141.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 209.

  8. Pierre Garcon, WR, 49ers. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 26 UPDATE: There have been some health concerns with Pierre Garcon this summer. Garcon was finally able to take the field in the dress rehearsal, and he looked like his usual self. Garcon tied a team high in targets from Garoppolo (4), and he caught two of them for 62 yards. A 47-yarder was a terrific catch-and-run. Garcon should be a solid fantasy WR3 this year.

    AUG. 3 UPDATE: Pierre Garcon has gotten off to a slow start in training camp, per some reports. Garcon apparently isn't completely over his injury, which is a bummer. Meanwhile, Marquise Goodwin and Dante Pettis have thrived thus far.

    Pierre Garcon's outlook wasn't too hot last year, as he was going to be paired with either Brian Hoyer or C.J. Beathard. Garcon had one big game (7-142 against the Rams), but failed to find the end zone. It'll be surprising if that doesn't change in 2018, given Jimmy Garoppolo's presence. Garcon's fantasy prospects this upcoming season seems very promising.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 75 catches. 980 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 140.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 215.



  9. Demaryius Thomas, WR, Broncos. Bye: 10.
    Demaryius Thomas has endured some poor quarterback play over the past two years, and as a result, his stats has regressed; he had 1,304 receiving yards in 2015, but that dropped to 1,083 in 2016 and 949 in 2017. There's another factor, and that would be Thomas' horrible diet, which is the same one that ruined Arian Foster's career. Thomas cannot be trusted going forward, though it's nice that the quarterbacking situation has improved.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 86 catches. 1,040 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 140.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 226.

  10. Corey Davis, WR, Titans. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Marcus Mariota threw to Corey Davis twice in the dress rehearsal, but Davis couldn't come up with a single reception. He ran the wrong route, then was overthrown. I liked Davis earlier in the offseason when his ADP was closer to the eighth round, but I'm not as big of a fan of him in the sixth frame, which is where he's being drafted now.

    JUNE 1 UPDATE: Corey Davis has been very impressive in OTAs, according to Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com. Davis endured an injury-ridden rookie campaign, but showed his potential in the playoff loss to New England. He seems poised for a strong second season.

    Corey Davis' rookie campaign was mired by injury, which would explain his pedestrian fantasy production (34 catches, 375 yards, zero touchdowns in 11 games). However, he caught two touchdowns in a playoff loss to the Patriots, showing off some major potential. Davis will see more playing time next year, and his production could explode if the new coaching staff gets the most out of Marcus Mariota.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 70 catches. 960 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 140.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 210.

  11. Josh Gordon, WR, Browns. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Josh Gordon is has been cleared to practice, but he's now missing practice with hamstring tightness. Players who hold out typically suffer minor injuries like this that add up. Gordon didn't technically hold out, but he has missed tons of practice, so it'll take him a while to get up to full speed.

    AUG. 18 UPDATE: Josh Gordon has finally reported to training camp. That's the good news. So, why the stock down? Gordon hasn't been cleared to practice because he's still in the league's substance abuse program. It's unclear what's taking so long, but it's a reminder that Gordon is erratic and could get into trouble again without warning. It would be great if Roger Goodell didn't run the NFL like a Saudi Arabian dictator, but Gordon is risky for that reason.

    JULY 24 UPDATE: Josh Gordon has missed the beginning of training camp, citing that his absence is "part of my overall health and treatment plan." This might be much ado about nothing, but it's a reminder that Gordon is far from a safe player because he could be suspended at any moment.

    Josh Gordon could be one of the top receivers in the NFL if he had his head screwed on straight. He has reportedly done better recently, and he was able to finally take the field late last season. In five games, Gordon caught 18 passes for 335 yards and a touchdown. This translates to 57 receptions, 1,072 yards and three touchdowns, and those numbers will be better with the upgrade at quarterback. Hopefully he stays out of trouble.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 980 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 140.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 202.

  12. Mike Williams, WR, Chargers. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 10 UPDATE: Mike Williams told the media that he currently has a "big role" in the red zone. This might change a bit if Antonio Gates is signed, but it makes sense that Philip Rivers would be targeting a big receiver (6-4, 218) in the end zone. Williams was once considered a sleeper, but his ADP has risen substantially.

    JUNE 1 UPDATE: The Chargers, according to ESPN, will be running more three-wide receiver sets this year in the wake of Hunter Henry's injury. This is obviously good news for Mike Williams, who was set for an expanded role in his second year after battling injuries as a rookie. Williams was the seventh-overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, so he could reach his potential as early as this year.

    Mike Williams' rookie season was a bust, as he caught just 11 passes. Williams was bothered by injuries, so he should be better in 2018 if he can stay healthy.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 65 catches. 930 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 139.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 204.

  13. Brandin Cooks, WR, Rams. Bye: 12.
    Brandin Cooks posted worse numbers with the Patriots than the Saints, which shouldn't have been too much of a surprise, given that Tom Brady loves to spread the ball around. Still, Cooks' 65 catches for 1,082 yards and seven touchdowns made him a solid option. It remains to be seen if Jared Goff and Cooks will click; Goff didn't exactly take to Sammy Watkins last year.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 66 catches. 1,020 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 138.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 204.

  14. Chris Hogan, WR, Patriots. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 17 UPDATE: Chris Hogan tied James White for the Patriots' team lead in targets from Tom Brady in the second preseason game with six. Hogan caught five of them for 25 yards and a touchdown, and the sole miss was a dropped pass that would've resulted in a 20-yard reception. Hogan has a nice opportunity to be very productive in the first four weeks of the season while Julian Edelman is serving his suspension.

    Chris Hogan was expected to step up in the wake of Julian Edelman's injury, but that didn't happen. To be fair, he missed half the year with an injury. With Danny Amendola gone, Hogan's 2018 performance should be better.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 76 catches. 940 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 138.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 214.

  15. Dede Westbrook, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 11 UPDATE: Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett praised Dede Westbrook's route-running ability. This is an important trait for receivers, and Westbrook looked good in the preseason opener. His ADP of 14.07 is absurdly low.

    JUNE 14 UPDATE: Dede Westbrook has been impressive in minicamp thus far, and that includes a nice, back-shoulder catch that he made over Jalen Ramsey on Tuesday. Westbrook is listed in the Fantasy Football Sleepers page.

    I liked Dede Westbrook going into the 2017 season, but he suffered an injury prior to the opener and missed the first 10 weeks. Westbrook was solid when returning to action, catching 27 passes for 339 yards and a touchdown in just seven games. Westbrooks is a very talented receiver with a bright future. His 2018 outlook received a boost when Allen Robinson departed.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 74 catches. 980 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 137.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 211.

  16. Allen Robinson, WR, Bears. Bye: 5.
    It seems like ages ago when Allen Robinson accumulated 1,400 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns. That happened in his second season, but he struggled in 2016 and missed all but one game this past season. It's difficult to feel optimistic about Robinson, given his lethargy, but perhaps being away from the lazy Blake Bortles will help turn around his career.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 74 catches. 1,000 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 136.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 210.

  17. Cooper Kupp, WR, Rams. Bye: 12.
    Cooper Kupp was listed as a sleeper on this site last year despite him being a rookie. Jared Goff and Kupp showed great chemistry in the preseason, and Kupp did not disappoint when it counted, catching 62 passes for 869 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games. Kupp should be more consistent in his sophomore campaign, and hopefully he works on not dropping the ball as much.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 77 catches. 980 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 135.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 212.

  18. Kenny Stills, WR, Dolphins. Bye: 11.
    Kenny Stills was an inconsistent deep threat who became consistent when either Jarvis Landry or DeVante Parker suffered an injury. That's no longer the case because Landry is gone. Stills should have a strong 2018 campaign as a result.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 70 catches. 990 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 135.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 205.

  19. Jordy Nelson, WR, Raiders. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 3 UPDATE: Jordy Nelson has been "moving like he's 28" in training camp, according to Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Nelson has apparently developed a nice rapport with Derek Carr, which isn't surprising, given that Jon Gruden has gotten the most out of washed-up veterans in his previous coaching ventures.

    Jordy Nelson had a ridiculous 2016 campaign. He caught 97 passes for 1,257 yards and 14 touchdowns despite not being healthy for half the year. Nelson regressed this past season, catching just 53 balls for 482 yards and six touchdowns, but that was a byproduct of Aaron Rodgers' injury. His stats won't be as good with the Raiders, but he should still be able to have some sort of a bounce-back campaign.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 67 catches. 980 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 134.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 201.

  20. Robert Woods, WR, Rams. Bye: 12.
    Robert Woods was a relevation in 2017. Despite never really accomplishing much in Buffalo - he never topped 700 receiving yards - he became Jared Goff's No. 1 receiver in October. Woods ended up logging 56 receptions for 781 yards and five touchdowns despite missing four games and being a non-factor for most of September. Woods seems ticketed for a big 2018 campaign, though I am worried about how Greg Olson's absence will impact Jared Goff.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 67 catches. 980 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 134.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 201.

  21. Alshon Jeffery, WR, Eagles. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 28 UPDATE: Good news, bad news involving Alshon Jeffery: The good news is that he's expected to avoid the PUP list to start the season. The bad news is that he'll miss at least the first two games of the regular season. Jeffery's ADP is slightly too high in the sixth round.

    AUG. 14 UPDATE: Alshon Jeffery could begin the year on the PUP list because of his shoulder. That would mean that Jeffery would miss the initial six games of the season. Jeffery could still avoid the PUP list, but this should be enough of a concern to drop Jeffery several rounds.

    Alshon Jeffery needed to score nine touchdowns to be relevant in fantasy this past season, as he caught 57 passes for 789 yards otherwise. It's risky to trust someone so dependant on touchdowns, except that Jeffery has one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL throwing the ball to him.

    Projected 2018 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 810 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2018 Fantasy Points: 133.
    Projected 2018 PPR Fantasy Points: 193.


2018 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 5):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100






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