NFL Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings



To differentiate between all the "Start 'Ems" on my Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em page, you can check out the Weekly Fantasy Football Rankings, so you can figure out whom to start between Player X and Player Y.

Below are my fantasy WR rankings and a set of links for my positional Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings. Keep in mind that this list is for this week only; not the entire rest of the season. If you don't like my rankings, check out Chet's fantasy football rankings.

The rankings are based on a PPR scoring system. Each player has Walterfootball.com's projected stats and standard scoring points.


Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | DEF | FLEX


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But who do I start...

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  1. DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Texans (vs. Giants)- 26 Points
    8 Catches, 120 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Start DeAndre Hopkins no matter what.

  2. Antonio Brown, WR, Steelers (at Bucs)- 25 Points
    7 Catches, 120 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Antonio Brown is angry, and I expect him to come up huge on a national stage.

  3. A.J. Green, WR, Bengals (at Panthers)- 24 Points
    7 Catches, 110 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    The Panthers have no one who can slow down A.J. Green.

  4. Tyreek Hill, WR, Chiefs (vs. 49ers)- 23 Points
    6 Catches, 110 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Tyreek Hill and Patrick Mahomes have a great rapport. I wouldn't ever sit Hill, no matter what the matchup.

  5. Julio Jones, WR, Falcons (vs. Saints)- 23 Points
    9 Catches, 140 Receiving Yards.
    The Saints can't stop anything, so Julio Jones is a great option.

  6. Adam Thielen, WR, Vikings (vs. Bills)- 23 Points
    8 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Adam Thielen has the better matchup this week of the two Viking receivers.



  7. Odell Beckham, WR, Giants (at Texans)- 22 Points
    6 Catches, 100 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Odell Beckham Jr. has a much easier matchup this week.

  8. Michael Thomas, WR, Saints (at Falcons)- 22 Points
    7 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Michael Thomas has a difficult matchup, but he should still produce like a WR1.

  9. JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, Steelers (at Bucs)- 22 Points
    6 Catches, 100 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    JuJu Smith-Schuster is a stud and should be treated as a high-end WR1 in favorable matchups like this.

  10. Mike Evans, WR, Bucs (vs. Steelers)- 20 Points
    6 Catches, 80 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    We'll see if Joe Haden plays this week. If he's out, Mike Evans will have a huge game.

  11. Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Broncos (at Ravens)- 18 Points
    8 Catches, 100 Receiving Yards.
    Emmanuel Sanders could catch 100 passes this year because Case Keenum loves throwing to the slot.

  12. Keenan Allen, WR, Chargers (at Rams)- 18 Points
    6 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Keenan Allen has a tough matchup, but I wouldn't sit him because of his late-game potential.

  13. Will Fuller, WR, Texans (vs. Giants)- 18 Points
    5 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Will Fuller should be in your lineup as long as Deshaun Watson is healthy.

  14. Jarvis Landry, WR, Browns (vs. Jets)- 17 Points
    8 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards.
    Jarvis Landry should be a PPR machine most weeks.

  15. T.Y. Hilton, WR, Colts (at Eagles)- 16 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Andrew Luck's means more consistency for T.Y. Hilton. Ronald Darby shouldn't be too much of a factor because Hilton moves around a lot. Hilton has been missing practice, but told the media that it's "nothing to worry about."

  16. Quincy Enunwa, WR, Jets (at Browns)- 16 Points
    7 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards.
    Sam Darnold loves throwing to Quincy Enunwa.

  17. Golden Tate, WR, Lions (vs. Patriots)- 16 Points
    7 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards.
    Golden Tate should be fine in PPR leagues, but a mediocre option elsewhere.

  18. Davante Adams, WR, Packers (at Redskins)- 16 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Davante Adams has a tough matchup versus Josh Norman, but don't sit Aaron Rodgers' top receiver.

  19. Amari Cooper, WR, Raiders (at Dolphins)- 16 Points
    6 Catches, 100 Receiving Yards.
    Amari Cooper has an easy matchup, so he could pick up where he left off last week.

  20. Stefon Diggs, WR, Vikings (vs. Bills)- 16 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Stefon Diggs has been Kirk Cousins' favorite receiver, but will have to battle Tre'Davious White this week.

  21. Pierre Garcon, WR, 49ers (at Chiefs)- 15 Points
    6 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards.
    Pierre Garcon has a nice matchup and could be very productive this week.

  22. Chris Godwin, WR, Bucs (vs. Steelers)- 15 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Chris Godwin saw the second-most targets against the Eagles. He's a stud, and he can be started in a favorable matchup.

  23. Kenny Stills, WR, Dolphins (vs. Raiders)- 15 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Kenny Stills should rebound against Oakland's poor secondary.

  24. Marvin Jones, WR, Lions (vs. Patriots)- 15 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    The Patriots couldn't even stop Jacksonville's receivers.

  25. Nelson Agholor, WR, Eagles (vs. Colts)- 14 Points
    6 Catches, 80 Receiving Yards.
    Nelson Agholor should be a solid PPR option until Alshon Jeffery returns.

  26. Keelan Cole, WR, Jaguars (vs. Titans)- 14 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Keelan Cole keeps getting better every week. He could be started.

  27. Geronimo Allison, WR, Packers (at Redskins)- 14 Points
    6 Catches, 80 Receiving Yards.
    Geronimo Allison had a strong offseason and now seems like he'll play a large role in Green Bay's offense.

  28. Michael Crabtree, WR, Ravens (vs. Broncos)- 14 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Michael Crabtree should continue to be a primary end zone target for Joe Flacco.

  29. John Brown, WR, Ravens (vs. Broncos)- 14 Points
    5 Catches, 90 Receiving Yards.
    John Brown has been Baltimore's best receiver thus far.

  30. Allen Robinson, WR, Bears (at Cardinals)- 12 Points
    5 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.
    Patrick Peterson will give Allen Robinson a challenge.

  31. Kenny Golladay, WR, Lions (vs. Patriots)- 12 Points
    5 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.


  32. Devin Funchess, WR, Panthers (vs. Bengals)- 12 Points
    5 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.


  33. Jamison Crowder, WR, Redskins (vs. Packers)- 12 Points
    5 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.


  34. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals (vs. Bears)- 11 Points
    4 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.
    Larry Fitzgerald is dealing with a hamstring, so it wouldn't be the worst idea to give him a week off from your lineup. He has been practicing though.

  35. Brandin Cooks, WR, Rams (vs. Chargers)- 11 Points
    4 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.
    Brandin Cooks has a difficult matchup for once, but he's still worth starting.

  36. Tyler Lockett, WR, Seahawks (vs. Cowboys)- 11 Points
    4 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards.


  37. Demaryius Thomas, WR, Broncos (at Ravens)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.
    I know A.J. Green just had a great game, but it's hard to trust Demaryius Thomas, who is dropping everything in sight.

  38. DeSean Jackson, WR, Bucs (vs. Steelers)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.
    DeSean Jackson will fall back down to Earth soon, but he has a good matchup.

  39. Tyrell Williams, WR, Chargers (at Rams)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  40. Mike Williams, WR, Chargers (at Rams)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  41. Sammy Watkins, WR, Chiefs (vs. 49ers)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  42. Calvin Ridley, WR, Falcons (vs. Saints)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  43. Sterling Shepard, WR, Giants (at Texans)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  44. Dede Westbrook, WR, Jaguars (vs. Titans)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  45. Robby Anderson, WR, Jets (at Browns)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.
    Sam Darnold isn't looking Robby Anderson's way as much as Josh McCown used to.

  46. Terrelle Pryor, WR, Jets (at Browns)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  47. Randall Cobb, WR, Packers (at Redskins)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.
    No surprise to see Randall Cobb come back to Earth. Try to sell high on him.

  48. Robert Woods, WR, Rams (vs. Chargers)- 10 Points
    4 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  49. Cooper Kupp, WR, Rams (vs. Chargers)- 10 Points
    5 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  50. Antonio Callaway, WR, Browns (vs. Jets)- 9 Points
    3 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards.


  51. Phillip Dorsett, WR, Patriots (at Lions)- 9 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.
    Phillip Dorsett may have become the Patriots' top receiver, until at least Julian Edelman returns. Still, starting Phillip Dorsett seems treacherous against the Jaguars' secondary.

  52. Brandon Marshall, WR, Seahawks (vs. Cowboys)- 9 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  53. Marquise Goodwin, WR, 49ers (at Chiefs)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.
    Marquise Goodwin is questionable. He was limited in Friday's practice.

  54. Tyler Boyd, WR, Bengals (at Panthers)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  55. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Bills (at Vikings)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.
    Kelvin Benjamin needs a garbage-time score to be relevant.

  56. Ryan Grant, WR, Colts (at Eagles)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  57. Cole Beasley, WR, Cowboys (at Seahawks)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  58. Albert Wilson, WR, Dolphins (vs. Raiders)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  59. Danny Amendola, WR, Dolphins (vs. Raiders)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  60. Mohamed Sanu, WR, Falcons (vs. Saints)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  61. D.J. Moore, WR, Panthers (vs. Bengals)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  62. Josh Gordon, WR, Patriots (at Lions)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.
    It's unclear if Josh Gordon will play right away.

  63. Willie Snead, WR, Ravens (vs. Broncos)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  64. Ted Ginn, WR, Saints (at Falcons)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  65. Corey Davis, WR, Titans (at Jaguars)- 8 Points
    3 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.
    Corey Davis is a WR3 if Marcus Mariota plays. He's unusable with Blaine Gabbert.

  66. Anthony Miller, WR, Bears (at Cardinals)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  67. Courtland Sutton, WR, Broncos (at Ravens)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  68. Rashard Higgins, WR, Browns (vs. Jets)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  69. Christian Kirk, WR, Cardinals (vs. Bears)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  70. Deonte Thompson, WR, Cowboys (at Seahawks)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  71. Chris Hogan, WR, Patriots (at Lions)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.
    Chris Hogan was a disappointment in Week 1, and he should continue to struggle versus Jacksonville's secondary.

  72. Jordy Nelson, WR, Raiders (at Dolphins)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  73. Paul Richardson, WR, Redskins (vs. Packers)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  74. Bruce Ellington, WR, Texans (vs. Giants)- 7 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  75. John Ross, WR, Bengals (at Panthers)- 6 Points
    2 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  76. Zay Jones, WR, Bills (at Vikings)- 6 Points
    2 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  77. Tavon Austin, WR, Cowboys (at Seahawks)- 6 Points
    20 Rushing Yards, 2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.
    Tavon Austin scored a deep, fluky touchdown last week. Don't expect that to happen again.

  78. Martavis Bryant, WR, Raiders (at Dolphins)- 6 Points
    2 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  79. Taywan Taylor, WR, Titans (at Jaguars)- 6 Points
    2 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  80. Dante Pettis, WR, 49ers (at Chiefs)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  81. Taylor Gabriel, WR, Bears (at Cardinals)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  82. J.J. Nelson, WR, Cardinals (vs. Bears)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  83. Terrance Williams, WR, Cowboys (at Seahawks)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  84. Cody Latimer, WR, Giants (at Texans)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  85. Donte Moncrief, WR, Jaguars (vs. Titans)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  86. Josh Doctson, WR, Redskins (vs. Packers)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  87. James Washington, WR, Steelers (at Bucs)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 30 Receiving Yards.


  88. Robert Foster, WR, Bills (at Vikings)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  89. Tim Patrick, WR, Broncos (at Ravens)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  90. Adam Humphries, WR, Bucs (vs. Steelers)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  91. Jordan Matthews, WR, Eagles (vs. Colts)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  92. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Patriots (at Lions)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  93. Rishard Matthews, WR, Titans (at Jaguars)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  94. Laquon Treadwell, WR, Vikings (vs. Bills)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 20 Receiving Yards.


  95. Chris Conley, WR, Chiefs (vs. 49ers)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 10 Receiving Yards.


  96. Michael Gallup, WR, Cowboys (at Seahawks)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 10 Receiving Yards.
    Michael Gallup could be a nice producer late in the year, but he's still learning.

  97. Tre'Quan Smith, WR, Saints (at Falcons)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 10 Receiving Yards.


  98. Travis Benjamin, WR, Chargers (at Rams)- 0 Points

    Status unknown.

  99. DeVante Parker, WR, Dolphins (vs. Raiders)- 0 Points



  100. Alshon Jeffery, WR, Eagles (vs. Colts)- 0 Points

    Out for a couple more weeks.

  101. Corey Coleman, WR, Patriots (at Lions)- 0 Points



  102. Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots (at Lions)- 0 Points

    Suspended for four games.

  103. Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks (vs. Cowboys)- 0 Points

    Doug Baldwin is out 1-2 weeks with a torn MCL.


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