2015 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide Receivers 21-40




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2015 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 10):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100


  1. Vincent Jackson, WR, Buccaneers. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 25 UPDATE: I liked Vincent Jackson to have a rebound year, and I'm even more confident in that after watching him play against the Bengals. Though he had just one catch for 16 yards in a quarter-and-a-half of action, he should've also secured a 17-yard reception, an impressive snag along the sideline, which he made while somehow tapping both feet inbounds. Unfortunately. he was whistled for offensive pass interference. With Jameis Winston looking sharp, Jackson's outlook is bright.

    Vincent Jackson had always produced with pedestrian quarterbacks ever since he made the mistake of defecting for Tampa Bay, but the incompetence of Josh McCown and Mike Glennon proved to be too much last year, as Jackson scored just twice, though he did eclipse the 1,000-yard mark. Jackson was at fault as well, looking lethargic in some games. Perhaps Jameis Winston will help give him some enthusiasm.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 75 catches. 1,120 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 154.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 229.

  2. Jarvis Landry, WR, Dolphins. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 30 UPDATE: Jarvis Landry led all Dolphin wideouts with 84 receiving yards on five catches against the Falcons. He saw a team-high six targets, so he only failed to convert one of those, which was an uncharacteristic drop. The big play was a 35-yarder, and Landry could've gone even farther down the field had his own tight end, Dion Sims, not gotten in the way. What's remarkable is that all of this happened in less than a half of action. Landry is going to have a monstrous season, especially for PPR owners.

    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Jarvis Landry is going to have a huge year. Save for him, no other Miami starter saw more than two targets at Carolina. Landry drew six, including a pair in the end zone! Ryan Tannehill's favorite receiver by a mile, Landry snatched four balls for 20 yards, and he nearly scored a touchdown when he drew a defensive holding penalty in the end zone.

    Drawing comparisons to Hines Ward, Jarvis Landry was awesome as a rookie, catching 84 passes despite not really doing all that much until Week 6. He logged at least five receptions in his final nine games. Landry is going to be a PPR monster going forward, especially with Mike Wallace gone.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 104 catches. 1,110 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 153.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 257.

  3. Davante Adams, WR, Packers. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 27 UPDATE: Randall Cobb told the media that he believes Davante Adams is set to have a "breakout year." It's encouraging to have a teammate talk up Adams, who has seen his ADP rise recently. He was chosen in the fourth round of a real draft I was in Wednesday night.

    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Davante Adams couldn't reel in his only target against the Steelers, but he sees an obvious stock up in the wake of Jordy Nelson's injury. He now has WR2 upside and should be considered in the fifth round, if not earlier.

    AUG. 14 UPDATE: Davante Adams saw more targets than any other Packer receiver in the preseason opener. He caught only three of the six balls that came his way for 17 yards, but it's still a positive that he was so heavily involved on offense. Aaron Rodgers targeted him twice in the end zone, so Adams was very close to having a huge outing.

    AUG. 8 UPDATE: Aaron Rodgers told the media that Davante Adams will be getting more opportunities this season. Adams deserves this, as he has flashed in training camp. Adams will be a solid reserve fantasy receiver who will have plenty of upside; his numbers could explode if either Randall Cobb or Jordy Nelson goes down.

    JUNE 17 UPDATE: Davante Adams was named the MVP of OTAs by head coach Mike McCarthy. Adams, who finished his rookie campaign on a strong note, is worth adding during the late rounds of fantasy drafts because he could be a big producer if either Jordy Nelson or Randall Cobb gets hurt.

    Davante Adams had his share of rookie mistakes, but the Packers lived with them because of Adams' play-making ability. The rookie had some big games to close out the season, particularly against the Cowboys in the divisional round of the playoffs. Adams will have a bigger impact in 2015, but it hurts his cause that Randall Cobb re-signed.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 74 catches. 1,080 yards. 8 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 152.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 226.



  4. Andre Johnson, WR, Colts. Bye: 10.
    Andre Johnson hasn't caught more than five touchdowns since 2010, but perhaps that'll change now that he'll get to play with a top-level quarterback for the first time in his career. Johnson, 34 in July, is still set to decline soon, but perhaps he'll be able to have one good season in Indianapolis.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 88 catches. 1,090 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 151.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 239.

  5. Charles Johnson, WR, Vikings. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 24 UPDATE: There was a report recently stating that Teddy Bridgewater's favorite target is Charles Johnson. The second preseason game showcased that, as Bridgewater fired a team-high five passes his way. Johnson looked good, securing four balls for 40 yards and a touchdown in a quarter-and-half of action. He's a solid WR3 to target around Round 7.

    JULY 1 UPDATE: ESPN has reported that Charles Johnson has been training with a footwork expert this offseason to improve his route-running. Johnson's stock had already been pointing up, and this is yet another reason to target him in your fantasy draft. Johnson has the raw talent, and it's refreshing to see that he's putting forth the effort to become a great player.

    JUNE 26 UPDATE: Charles Johnson has enjoyed a "good spring," according to Norv Turner. Johnson finished the 2014 season on a strong note, and it looks like he'll pick up where he left off this year.

    Charles Johnson was listed here as a sleeper for the past couple of seasons, so it was nice to see him finally produce. He was with the Browns to start the season, but they foolishly cut him. The Vikings picked him up, and he established a good connection with Teddy Bridgewater. In his final seven games, he caught 25 passes for 415 yards and two touchdowns. That's a 57-949-4.5 pace over 16 games, which isn't bad.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 72 catches. 1,050 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 147.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 219.

  6. DeSean Jackson, WR, Redskins. Bye: 8.
    By some miracle, DeSean Jackson wasn't injured very much this past season. Jackson had a big year as a consequence, but don't count on that happening again. It's time to sell high here. Jackson is too injury-prone to rely upon, and the shaky quarterback position doesn't inspire confidence.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 960 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 142.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 196.

  7. Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots. Bye: 4.
    SEPT. 3 UPDATE: Contrary to what the media believes, Brady is no longer a top-tier quarterback, so it wouldn't make sense for most of New England's skill-position players to receive a stock up for Brady's suspension being overturned. However, Julian Edelman is the exception. Jimmy Garoppolo would've taken more chances downfield, but Brady can't do that because his arm is shot. He'll continue to toss tons of checkdowns in Edelman's direction this season.

    Julian Edelman proved that he wasn't just a one-year wonder; he caught 92 balls in 2014 after logging 105 receptions the season before. Tom Brady will continue targeting Edelman with his deflated footballs - at least once he returns from his four-game suspension.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 105 catches. 1,100 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 140.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 245.



  8. Stevie Johnson, WR, Chargers. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 30 UPDATE: Stevie Johnson is going to be a big factor in San Diego's passing attack. Johnson saw more targets (6) than any other player in the team's dress rehearsal. He converted four of those, accumulating 63 yards in the process. We've seen the slot position produce big numbers in this scoring attack, and Johnson should be able to pick up where Eddie Royal left off. It's worth mentioning that Johnson is more talented than Royal, so I think he's definitely worth a spot in my Fantasy Football Sleepers list.

    AUG. 6 UPDATE: Here's another positive report on Stevie Johnson: Philip Rivers recently told the media that he was most excited about Johnson fitting into his offense this season. Johnson will take Eddie Royal's place in San Diego's scoring attack, meaning he has major fantasy potential. He's one of my top Fantasy Football Sleepers.

    JULY 6 UPDATE: One player who could benefit from Antonio Gates' suspension is Stevie Johnson. The former Bill and 49er's arrow was already pointing up, as Philip Rivers allowed his former slot receiver Eddie Royal to revive his career. Johnson could have similar success, especially with Gates out.

    Stevie Johnson as a potential sleeper? Yes, I watched him play last year, and he sucked. However, he'll be with a better passing quarterback. Philip Rivers revived Eddie Royal's career, so perhaps he'll do the same with his next slot receiver.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 75 catches. 1,030 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 139.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 214.

  9. Amari Cooper, WR, Raiders. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Amari Cooper caught four passes for 62 yards in one half of action against the Cardinals, including one play, a gain of 37, in which he dragged Patrick Peterson down the field for 10 yards. It could've been an even better performance, as Derek Carr missed him twice. Cooper, who saw a team-high eight targets, also dropped a pass because the sun got into his eyes. I like Cooper a lot, but because he's a hyped rookie, he's going way too early in fantasy drafts.

    AUG. 24 UPDATE: Amari Cooper saw just two targets in his second preseason game, but he made it count; he hauled in a 40-yard pass, blowing by Terence Newman, who had no chance of covering him. Cooper impressively tapped both feet inbounds before falling out of play. Cooper is going a bit too early in fantasy drafts, but he could have a big rookie campaign.

    AUG. 15 UPDATE: Amari Cooper was impressive in his preseason debut. The Rams had trouble covering him; he caught three of the passes thrown his way (22 yards), and he would've had a chance at a touchdown if he ran the route correctly. I still think Cooper is going a tad too early in fantasy drafts, but he looked like a stud in his initial NFL action.

    Amari Cooper went to a team that won't be able to maximize his numbers as long as Derek Carr is his starting quarterback. However, we saw Sammy Watkins and Mike Evans produce despite being paired with poor quarterbacks. Cooper could do the same thing.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 73 catches. 1,020 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 138.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 211.

  10. Markus Wheaton, WR, Steelers. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 28 UPDATE: The good news is that Martavis Bryant's suspension will give Ben Roethlisberger even more of an opportunity to get comfortable with Markus Wheaton. The bad news is that Wheaton's ADP will rise. So much for being a Fantasy Football Sleeper.

    AUG. 23 UPDATE: Many are high on Martavis Bryant, but I'm not. Markus Wheaton is starting over him, and as Ben Roethlisberger has stated multiple times this season, Wheaton has shown tons of improvement. The third-year wideout snatched three of the four passes thrown his way for 42 yards and a touchdown, while Bryant saw just one target. Wheaton is an amazing value right now at his 11th-round ADP.

    Ben Roethlisberger, appearing on radio over the weekend, said that Markus Wheaton - not Martavis Bryant - would be the team's No. 2 receiver, and that Wheaton has thrived in training camp. I wouldn't completely buy into this, as Roethlisberger could just be talking up a mediocre-at-best teammate, but Wheaton is worth considering in the late rounds.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 69 catches. 960 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 138.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 207.

  11. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 9.
    Larry Fitzgerald hasn't done much to warrant his massive salary, as he failed to eclipse 1,000 yards for the third year in a row. Now 32, Fitzgerald may never get past that plateau - especially if his quarterbacks keep getting injured. There is some buy-low potential with him, however. He could be a solid fantasy option if Carson Palmer stays healthy for the whole year.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 79 catches. 950 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 137.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 216.

  12. Steve Smith, WR, Ravens. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Given that Steve Smith ended up playing just one quarter as a result of being ejected, he had a terrific performance, catching four passes for 95 yards and a touchdown. The score, a 63-yarder, happened because Smith abused beleaguered David Amerson. Smith also impressively broke a tackle on another reception. With barely anyone else to throw to, Joe Flacco is going to target Smith heavily, and the veteran wideout doesn't look like he's playing in his 15th year.

    Steve Smith is always difficult to predict because the motivation isn't always there. He quit on Cam Newton in 2013 and Jimmy Clausen in 2010, looking done on both occasions. His effort could drop in 2015, and even if it doesn't, Father Time might have something to say about his production; Smith turns 36 in May. I'd sell high here.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 78 catches. 1,060 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 136.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 214.



  13. Martavis Bryant, WR, Steelers. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 30 UPDATE: Martavis Bryant was unstoppable against the Bills. He caught three passes for 138 yards and a touchdown in a half of action, and he was even better than those numbers indicate. Bryant drew two pass interference flags, both on rookie cornerback Ronald Darby. One was deep downfield, while the other was in the end zone. Bryant otherwise made a deep catch over Darby, then hauled in a 36-yard reception in which he ran circles around the beleaguered Bills. Bryant even made the putrid Landry Jones look good, scoring a touchdown after beating Ron Brooks. If Bryant slips in your draft because of his suspension, make sure you grab him as a value pick.

    AUG. 28 UPDATE: Well, this sucks. Non-clueless fantasy players knew that Martavis Bryant was being way overdrafted this summer, but now he's sure to fall in the wake of his four-game suspension. Bryant could still be taken too early because four games doesn't sound like a big deal, but unless he dropped to Rounds 11-12, I wouldn't touch him. For more on what this means for the Steelers, check out my NFL Disaster Grades.

    JULY 28 UPDATE: Martavis Bryant has been terrific at the beginning of the Steelers' training camp, according to Charles Robinson of Yahoo! He is a strong breakout candidate in his sophomore campaign. At the same time, however, there's a great chance he'll be a bust like Cordarrelle Patterson was last year. Patterson, who also had a fourth-round ADP, had very little history of production, much like Bryant.

    Martavis Bryant caught just 26 passes in 2014, but eight of them were touchdowns. He had that many scores in only 10 games. He is a big-framed athlete who has loads of potential. His production could soar in the near future.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 56 catches. 830 yards. 8 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 135.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 187.

  14. Brandon Marshall, WR, Jets. Bye: 5.
    Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler have separated for the second time in their careers, with Marshall now going to New York. No longer the player he once was, Marshall is going to have a tough time producing with the Jets, given the awful quarterback situation.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 73 catches. 980 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 134.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 207.



  15. Anquan Boldin, WR, 49ers. Bye: 10.
    Anquan Boldin was the only productive San Francisco receiver this past season, registering 83 catches for 1,062 yards and five touchdowns. Boldin has defied Father Time thus far, as he did all of this as a 34-year-old. Boldin will slow down eventually, but he has shown no signs of doing so. It's amazing to me that his ADP is almost in the 11th round.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 80 catches. 1,040 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 134.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 214.

  16. Kendall Wright, WR, Titans. Bye: 4.
    AUG. 10 UPDATE: Kendall Wright has reportedly developed strong chemistry with Marcus Mariota in training camp. All signs point to Wright having a career year. He's going to be atop my list of Fantasy Football Sleepers when it's updated later this week.

    AUG. 5 UPDATE: Kendall Wright has been predicted to lead the Titans in catches this season, per team reporter Jim Wyatt. With Marcus Mariota looking great in practice, Wright's arrow is definitely pointing up. He's one of the top players in my Fantasy Football Sleepers list.

    Kendall Wright's plummeted from his second to his third year; his yardage went from 1,079 to 715, though he did score four more times. Wright has yet to play with a legitimate starting quarterback, but that will change as soon as he steps onto the field with Marcus Mariota.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 85 catches. 1,040 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 134.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 219.

  17. Roddy White, WR, Falcons. Bye: 10.
    Roddy White caught 80 balls for 921 yards and seven touchdowns last season. He still could be a functional fantasy receiver, but he'll turn 34 in November. His 1,000-yard seasons are over, and White's production could take a dive in the near future, though having Matt Ryan will help.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 76 catches. 910 yards. 7 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 133.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 209.

  18. Torrey Smith, WR, 49ers. Bye: 10.
    Torrey Smith should have done whatever it took to re-sign with the Ravens. That's because Marc Trestman is the new offensive coordinator. Smith could've have an incredible 2015 campaign if he returned to Baltimore. Instead, he'll rot away in San Francisco, playing for a team that is on a major decline.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 61 catches. 940 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 130.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 191.

  19. Pierre Garcon, WR, Redskins. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 21 UPDATE: DeSean Jackson didn't play in the second preseason game, so Pierre Garcon was Robert Griffin's primary receiver. Despite this, Garcon saw just one target go his way on four drives. He snagged it for four yards. This performance was highly discouraging; Robert Griffin's offensive line was so bad that Garcon never even had a chance to be productive, and it doesn't seem like those issues will change during the regular season.

    JUNE 20 UPDATE: The Redskins have reportedly been incorporating Pierre Garcon more into the offense in hopes to utilize him more in 2015. Garcon barely contributed this past season because he didn't fit well into the offense. Poor quarterbacking hurt as well. Unfortunately for Garcon, he'll have to continue dealing with Robert Griffin's Prima donna attitude, so don't get your hopes up too much.

    Pierre Garcon was one of the most disappointing fantasy receivers this season, catching 68 balls for 752 yards and only three touchdowns - and all of this happened after a season in which he had 113 grabs for 1,346 yards. The issue was that DeSean Jackson joined the roster, and the Washington quarterbacks were too incompetent to make multiple reads on most plays. The good news for Garcon is that Jackson is injury-prone, so if the speedy wideout is sidelined, Garcon could rebound in 2015.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 74 catches. 920 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 128.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 202.

  20. Eric Decker, WR, Jets. Bye: 5.
    AUG. 22 UPDATE: Eric Decker struggled against the Falcons. He hauled in just one of his three targets for 12 yards, and he dropped a pass. He was also called for a hold that negated a 58-yard Bilal Powell run. With Ryan Fitzpatrick playing woeful football, it's hard to justify spending any sort of fantasy pick on Decker this summer.

    Going from playing with Peyton Manning to Geno Smith was not the best career decision. Eric Decker screwed himself, as he saw his yardage and touchdowns drop from 1,288 to 962 and 11 to five, respectively. His upcoming fantasy campaign figures to be the same.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 73 catches. 970 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 127.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 200.


2015 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 10):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100




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