2015 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide Receivers 41-60




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


  1. Terrance Williams, WR, Cowboys. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: In a sideline interview, Tony Romo mentioned that Terrance Williams has enjoyed a terrific training camp. It showed, as Williams, who led the starters in targets (3), torched the Vikings on a 60-yard touchdown, thanks to a poor angle by safety Robert Blanton. Williams was also open for another big gain down the sideline, but Romo fired the ball out of bounds. Dez Bryant was out, but Williams will definitely be more of a factor this upcoming season than he was last year.

    JULY 15: Terrance Williams has gotten glowing reviews this offseason. His receivers coach said he has made a "big jump," taking advantage of every opportunity. Williams struggled immensely in 2014, but could finally live up to his potential. With the Cowboys expected to throw more in the wake of DeMarco Murray's departure, Williams' numbers should see a bump.

    JUNE 15: Terrance Williams was a big disappointment last year, but perhaps he'll make up for it in 2015. Tony Romo praised his work this offseason, saying Williams "has had one of the best offseasons I've seen in a while."

    Terrance Williams caught eight touchdowns this past season, but was very inconsistent as a fantasy producer because he had just 37 receptions. He took a step back from his rookie campaign in which he posted a 44-736-5 line. Perhaps Williams can rebound, and that'll happen if Tony Romo has to throw more often with DeMarco Murray gone.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 59 catches. 910 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 127.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 186.

  2. James Jones, WR, Packers. Bye: 7.
    James Jones is back in Green Bay, but unlike other publications, I'm not as optimistic about this. The Packers won't be getting the same Jones who thrived for them several seasons ago. That Jones is long gone, as he became fat and happy upon signing a big contract with the Raiders. Jones simply stopped trying, and it's not like the quarterbacks in Oakland can be blamed because he failed to make a Giants team that has nothing at receiver beyond Odell Beckham Jr. (Victor Cruz does not count because he won't be healthy anytime soon.) Having said that, Jones' familiarity with the offense, as well as his prior success with Aaron Rodgers, could earn him first dibs on the slot receiver position. He's worth adding for that reason. However, once the Packers realize how much of a bum Jones has become, they could go back to their original plan of having Ty Montgomery working as the third wideout.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 900 total yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 126.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 181.

  3. Nelson Agholor, WR, Eagles. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Slow down the Nelson Agholor hype train. Agholor, who caught two passes for 11 yards at Green Bay, wasn't even targeted by Sam Bradford. Agholor could have some decent outings in his rookie campaign, but all of the rookie-related buzz is causing him to be drafted way earlier than he should be.

    AUG. 9 UPDATE: Nelson Agholor, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, hasn't shown the coaching staff that he's worthy of a starting job yet. Agholor is being way overdrafted. Let someone else take him in your league.

    Non-elite rookie receivers usually should be avoided in fantasy re-draft formats, but Nelson Agholor has a chance to be productive during the 2015 season. That's because Chip Kelly's high-volume offense calls for it. Agholor would be higher in the dynasty rankings, but I'm not confident that Kelly will be sticking around more than another two years. As for this season, Agholor would be a nice, late-round option... except he has a seventh-round ADP for some reason.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 900 total yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 126.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 186.



  4. Michael Floyd, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 27 UPDATE: Michael Floyd has been out for the entire preseason, but Bruce Arians said he's optimistic that Floyd will be able to suit up Week 1. Floyd has become a bit of a value pick at his reduced ADP. He has out-produced Larry Fitzgerald the past couple of seasons.

    AUG. 6 UPDATE: Michael Floyd injured his hand in practice and is expected to miss about a month. There's a chance he could be out for a couple of regular-season games. I'm going to bump Floyd down a bit because Carson Palmer could use this time to develop a stronger rapport with John Brown.

    Michael Floyd has been the better of the two Arizona receivers in the past couple of seasons, at least statistically. Floyd could potentially have a better season if his quarterback actually manages to stay healthy. He's going much later than he should in fantasy drafts.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 900 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 126.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 186.

  5. John Brown, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 9.
    JULY 21 UPDATE: Tyrann Mathieu told the media that John Brown stood out at OTAs. Brown, who has added 10 pounds of muscle this offseason, should be able to have a breakout 2015 campaign.

    JULY 17 UPDATE: John Brown has been living and working out with Carson Palmer this offseason. Brown came on strong during the second half of his rookie campaign, and it's nice to see that he's taking his career very seriously. Brown is just a late-round fantasy prospect, but he's someone to keep an eye on, especially if one of Larry Fitzgerald or Michael Floyd goes down with an injury.

    John Brown, who has drawn comparisons to Marvin Harrison, had some big games in the second half of the season. With Larry Fitzgerald coming back for another year, Brown is just a quality backup with upside.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 900 total yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 125.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 187.

  6. Ty Montgomery, WR, Packers. Bye: 7.
    SEPT. 7 UPDATE: Ty Montgomery, for the time being, appears to have been usurped by James Jones as the third receiver in Green Bay's offense. However, I wouldn't rush to cut Montgomery; Jones is a bum who stopped trying ever since he left Green Bay, so once the Packers realize that, they could go back to Montgomery as the third wideout.

    SEPT. 4 UPDATE: Ty Montgomery didn't suit up in the preseason finale. Jeff Janis did, and Janis, who reportedly doesn't have Aaron Rodgers' trust, lined up incorrectly on the second play of the game. This is all extremely significant because it's a sign that Montgomery is ahead of Janis on the depth chart. Montgomery, as a result, is definitely worth a late-round pick. He'll produce as the team's third receiver, and if either Randall Cobb or Davante Adams goes down, Montgomery will post big numbers.

    SEPT. 3 UPDATE: Ty Montgomery is reportedly ahead of Jeff Janis to be Green Bay's third receiver. Per the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Janis simply hasn't earned Aaron Rodgers' trust. This could all change, but Montgomery is looking like a very strong late-round flier.

    AUG. 25 UPDATE: Ty Montgomery is the favorite to be the third receiver in Green Bay, according to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. According to Silverstein, Jeff Janis has been "too inconsistent."

    Jeff Janis and Ty Montgomery are both worth late-round picks. One of them will be Green Bay's third receiver this year. It's not clear yet who that will be, but taking one of them in the final rounds could pay off.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 710 yards. 5 total TD.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 121.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 169.



  7. Marques Colston, WR, Saints. Bye: 11.
    As Chet Gresham mentioned, Nick Toon's targets are expected to go up this season. With Jimmy Graham gone and Marques Colston entering the final stages of his career, Toon is a fantasy sleeper to consider in the final rounds of your draft.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 64 catches. 910 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 121.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 185.

  8. Phillip Dorsett, WR, Colts. Bye: 10.
    AUG. 16 UPDATE: Phillip Dorsett had a mixed performance in the preseason opener, though I'd say it was positive overall in terms of his fantasy outlook. Dorsett, who caught four passes for 51 yards, was involved early, as Andrew Luck targeted him three times during the first two possessions. He struggled a bit with the backups though, as he ran a bad route and then lost a fumble. However, the Colts like Dorsett and plan to use him often, making him a viable fantasy option this season.

    JUNE 21 UPDATE: Phillip Dorsett has been learning numerous positions at OTAs and has looked very promising. In fact, Indy Sports Central expects him to cut into someone's snaps. It appears as though Dorsett has a good chance to overtake Donte Moncrief as Indianapolis' third receiver this season.

    Indianapolis has a crowded group at receiver, so Phillip Dorsett won't be able to do much as a rookie. He's a much better option in dynasty leagues, as he may eventually start in an offense in which Andrew Luck is throwing the football to him. He has a ton of upside as a consequence.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 56 catches. 870 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 121.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 177.

  9. Brian Quick, WR, Rams. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Brian Quick should play over Kenny Britt, but when will that happen? Quick didn't enter the third preseason game until midway through the second quarter, and he failed to reel in a single reception. This was terribly disappointing, as Quick has enough potential to be a borderline starter in fantasy.

    Brian Quick got off to a hot start, tallying 375 yards and three touchdowns in six full games. Translate that over 16 contests, and you get 973 yards and eight scores. Quick has WR3 potential if the Rams get better quarterback play from Nick Foles in 2015.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 67 catches. 890 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 120.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 181.



  10. Breshad Perriman, WR, Ravens. Bye: 9.
    AUG. 19 UPDATE: Breshad Perriman had a hot start to his offseason, but he hasn't practiced in a while. He even just had an MRI on his knee, and the Ravens have expressed frustration about his inability to get healthy.

    JULY 31 UPDATE: Breshad Perriman was being used as a first-string receiver at the beginning of training camp. Perriman was considered raw entering the 2015 NFL Draft, but he has enjoyed a positive offseason thus far.

    JULY 21 UPDATE: The Ravens were rumored to be interested in Reggie Wayne, but they told the media that they are not going to sign him. They are comfortable with Breshad Perriman was one of their starting receivers.

    JUNE 21 UPDATE: Breshad Perriman has dealt with some drop issues in OTAs, but his performance has been positive overall. New offensive coordinator Marc Trestman called Perriman a "quick learner" who has shown enough intelligence to pick up Baltimore's offense instantly. Perriman figures to be a big factor in Baltimore's offense as a rookie.

    Breshad Perriman is raw, but has tremendous upside. I'm not sure he'll be able to do much as a rookie, despite the thin receiver depth chart, but I love his long-term projections. Marc Trestman is an offensive genius, while Joe Flacco has the huge arm to get the ball to Perriman downfield.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 57 catches. 840 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 120.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 177.

  11. Mike Wallace, WR, Vikings. Bye: 5.
    Mike Wallace quit on his team on a couple of occasions last year, and as a consequence, he was dealt to the Vikings. Wallace has always been an overrated player, due to a lack of efficiency, so I wouldn't expect him to rebound in his new home. He'll continue to be an inconsistent WR3.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 64 catches. 890 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 119.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 183.

  12. Devin Funchess, WR, Panthers. Bye: 5.
    SEPT. 4 UPDATE: Devin Funchess finally saw some action, making a pair of 11-yard receptions in the preseason finale. Funchess' first was an easy catch, but the second was impressive. He reached behind him, snatched the ball, and then hung on to it despite taking a big hit. It's promising that Funchess has finally been able to suit up. Perhaps he'll be able to be a significant producer this season.

    AUG. 31 UPDATE: Devin Funchess aggravated his hamstring during Monday's practice, putting his Week 1 status in doubt. Hamstring injuries tend to linger for receivers, so it's hard to like Funchess very much right now.

    AUG. 20 UPDATE: Devin Funchess wasn't regarded highly in NFL Draft circles, but the Panthers spent a second-round choice on him. Cam Newton will have to rely more heavily on Funchess with Kelvin Benjamin gone for the year. I still don't like him very much, but he's now on 12-team fantasy radars.

    Devin Funchess doesn't have a natural position, but he's expected to contribute for the Panthers as a No. 2 option across from Kelvin Benjamin. His long-term outlook is cloudy, as its unknown if he'll be able to develop into a receiver.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 53 catches. 790 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 119.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 172.



  13. Eddie Royal, WR, Bears. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 14 UPDATE: With Alshon Jeffery out for the preseason opener, Eddie Royal was Jay Cutler's favorite target. Half of Cutler's pass attempts were fired in Royal's direction. Royal came up with two catches for 19 yards. He had a miscommunication with Cutler, but was otherwise solid. Remember, he played with Cutler in Denver when he was at his best, and it's also worth pointing out that the Chicago TV announcers said that Cutler and Royal developed a great rapport in training camp.

    JUNE 23 UPDATE: Eddie Royal has been stellar at OTAs this offseason, so it's not surprising that Albert Breer reported that the Bears have big plans for Royal this year. With Brandon Marshall gone and Matt Forte set to lose receptions in the wake of Marc Trestman's departure, Royal is a candidate to pick up plenty of targets.

    Eddie Royal signed with the Bears, which was a huge mistake on his part, given the great chemistry he and Philip Rivers have developed over the past couple of years. Royal has scored 15 times in the previous two seasons. Jay Cutler is a bum.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 74 catches. 860 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 118.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 192.

  14. Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks. Bye: 9.
    Doug Baldwin, like all of Seattle's receivers, is hit-or-miss. Russell Wilson loves to spread the ball around so much that a different receiver leads the team in yardage each week. Thus, Baldwin can't be relied upon as a fantasy option unless you're in a league with more than 12 teams.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 69 catches. 880 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 118.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 187.

  15. Percy Harvin, WR, Bills. Bye: 8.
    JULY 26 UPDATE: Percy Harvin struggled to run routes at OTAs, according to the Buffalo News. Harvin is the third option in a run-first offense, so he doesn't offer much in terms of fantasy value.

    Percy Harvin signed with the Bills this offseason, so he has a new fan base to disappoint. Harvin will have the luxury of Sammy Watkins drawing attention away from him, but he's still an overrated commodity because of his big name.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 58 catches. 830 total yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 117.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 175.

  16. Brandon Coleman, WR, Saints. Bye: 11.
    4 SEPT. 4 UPDATE: Brandon Coleman opened the finale with a 45-yard reception from Luke McCown, beating first-round rookie Damarious Randall. He ultimately caught four balls for 82 yards. You can't like him as much as Montgomery, but he's a decent late-round flier who should be on your radar.

    Brandon Coleman has drawn tons of positive reports during training camp, and there's now speculation that he could be the team's third receiver. Coleman is an undrafted free agent from 2014, but he's a massive target at 6-foot-6. At the very least, he'll be a red-zone target for Drew Brees. He has major upside and is definitely worth considering in the late rounds.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 52 catches. 750 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 117.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 169.

  17. Allen Hurns, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 8.
    AUG. 29 UPDATE: Allen Hurns was inconsistent last season, but he was just an undrafted rookie free agent. Perhaps he'll be better in his sophomore campaign, and it seems as though that'll be the case, if this performance was any indication. Hurns led the starters with four catches for 42 yards and a touchdown. He also drew a long pass interference flag that set up another score. With Marqise Lee injured/lazy, Hurns has a real opportunity to be a viable fantasy option.

    Allen Hurns exploded onto the scene with a big Week 1 performance, catching four balls for 110 yards and two touchdowns. He scored just three times after Week 3, however, so he didn't remain on fantasy rosters for long.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 59 catches. 840 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 116.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 175.

  18. Rueben Randle, WR, Giants. Bye: 11.
    Rueben Randle found the end zone just three times last year, though he did log 71 catches for 938 yards. Victor Cruz may never return to full health, but Randle is limited in talent, so there's not much to see here.

    Projected 2013 Fantasy Stats: 61 catches. 850 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2013 Fantasy Points: 115.
    Projected 2013 PPR Fantasy Points: 176.

  19. Kenny Stills, WR, Dolphins. Bye: 5.
    Kenny Stills caught fire down the stretch last year, serving as a solid WR3 option in PPR leagues. He signed with the Dolphins, where he will be their downfield specialist. He'll be an inconsistent fantasy option with all of the weapons Ryan Tannehill has at his disposal.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 52 catches. 790 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 113.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 165.

  20. Marvin Jones, WR, Bengals. Bye: 7.
    AUG. 16 UPDATE: Marvin Jones was a disappointment in his preseason debut. He didn't play with the first-string offense, and he came up with just one catch for 17 yards while working with the backups. Jones missed some practices, prompting Marvin Lewis to openly criticize him.

    JUNE 23 UPDATE: By all accounts, Marvin Jones has been completely healthy at OTAs. Jones missed all of 2014 with a foot injury, but he appears ready to reprise his role as the No. 2 wideout across from A.J. Green. He deserves a look in the later rounds of your draft.

    Marvin Jones missed all of 2014 with a foot injury, which is a shame because he was poised to have a big season after a 2013 campaign in which he caught 51 balls for 712 yards. Jones will be back, but the same problem persists - Andy Dalton will cap his potential.

    Projected 2015 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 820 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2015 Fantasy Points: 112.
    Projected 2015 PPR Fantasy Points: 174.


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




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