2020 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide Receivers 61-100


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2020 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 8):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100


Other Positions: QB | RB | TE | Top 250 | Sleepers | Busts

  1. Henry Ruggs, WR, Raiders. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 16 UPDATE: Henry Ruggs has not been getting first-team reps in Raiders’ training camp thus far. This wouldn’t be a huge deal because he’s a rookie, but fellow first-year receiver Bryan Edwards has been getting first-team reps ahead of him. This is not a reason to write off Ruggs just yet, but I never found him very appealing.

    Henry Ruggs is a dynamic speed threat, but also happens to be a raw receiver. It’s difficult to imagine him having a big rookie year, especially with Derek Carr’s reluctance to take downfield shots. Ruggs’ outlook is brighter in the long term.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 40 catches. 640 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 121.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 169.

  2. Parris Campbell, WR, Colts. Bye: 7.
    Parris Campbell has Percy Harvin-type upside with the ability to go the distance any time he touches the ball. He flashed some potential as a rookie, but missed far too much action with injuries. He could take a big step in 2020, especially with Philip Rivers now being his quarterback. That said, Michael Pittman will take some targets away.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 55 catches. 800 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 120.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 175.

  3. Sammy Watkins, WR, Chiefs. Bye: 10.
    Sammy Watkins had a monstrous Week 1 last year, then didn’t score a touchdown after that until the AFC Championship. If Watkins couldn’t be consistent with Patrick Mahomes, he doesn’t stand a chance elsewhere. Watkins will return to Kansas City for one more year, however.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 65 catches. 830 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 119.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 184.



  4. Michael Pittman Jr., WR, Colts. Bye: 7.
    Michael Pittman Jr. should become Philip Rivers’ No. 2 receiver in his rookie year, so he could do well in 2020. Rivers, of course, won’t be around very long, so it’s tough to gauge what Pittman’s long-term outlook will be.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 660 yards. 6 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 117.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 165.

  5. Christian Kirk, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 8.
    Christian Kirk became Arizona’s top receiver last year, catching 68 passes for 709 yards and three touchdowns. Kirk’s real-life play will improve as Kyler Murray’s pass protection is upgraded, but DeAndre Hopkins will take away targets and receptions.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 860 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 116.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 178.

  6. Mecole Hardman, WR, Chiefs. Bye: 10.
    Mecole Hardman showed some potential last year when Tyreek Hill was injured. Hardman needed Sammy Watkins to depart to be a reliable threat each week. Hardman, unfortunately, saw Watkins return.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 39 catches. 660 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 115.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 154.



  7. Bryan Edwards, WR, Raiders. Bye: 6.
    Tyrell Williams has been placed on injured reserve, which has opened up a great opportunity for Bryan Edwards. The rookie receiver has made lots of noise in training camp, so with a guaranteed increase in snaps and targets, Edwards could be a nice late-round flier.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 49 catches. 700 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 114.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 163.

  8. Denzel Mims, WR, Jets. Bye: 11.
    Denzel Mims has great downfield play-making ability, so he should be a good replacement for Robby Anderson in the Jets’ offense. It shouldn’t surprise anyone if Mims becomes one of the better receivers in the class.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 42 catches. 680 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 113.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 155.

  9. Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots. Bye: 6.
    Julian Edelman was a PPR monster once again, catching 100 passes for 1,117 yards and six touchdowns. Edelman’s fantasy outlook took a huge hit once Tom Brady signed with the Buccaneers.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 80 catches. 880 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 112.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 192.

  10. Mike Williams, WR, Chargers. Bye: 10.
    SEPT. 5 UPDATE: The Chargers are reportedly preparing to play without Mike Williams for most, if not all of September. Williams’ outlook was bleak with Tyrod Taylor anyway.

    AUG. 26 UPDATE: Mike Williams could miss the 2020 season opener with a shoulder injury. He won’t be out for too long, so if his ADP drops by a great margin, he could be available as a bargain.

    Mike Williams was a big-play threat last year, getting to 1,000 yards even though he caught just 49 passes. However, he saw his touchdown total drop from 10 to two. With Philip Rivers moving on, Williams’ production will drop in 2020.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 46 catches. 750 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 105.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 151.



  11. Olabisi Johnson, WR, Vikings. Bye: 7.
    Olabisi Johnson has been running as the No. 2 receiver in Vikings camp. This is nice for him, but I don’t view him as a viable draft option. The primary targets will be Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson in the slot.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 48 catches. 600 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 104.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 152.

  12. Kenny Stills, WR, Texans. Bye: 8.
    JULY 16 UPDATE: Kenny Stills was arrested for taking part in a riot Wednesday. Stills has a history of bad off-the-field behavior, so he could be suspended for a short period of time. He wasn’t much of a fantasy factor anyway.

    Kenny Stills was an inconsistent producer this past season, doing more when Will Fuller was out of the lineup. DeAndre Hopkins’ departure and Fuller’s dubious injury history meant Stills seemed to have more decent opportunities in 2020, but the Brandin Cooks acquisition nullified that.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 52 catches. 730 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 103.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 155.

  13. Demarcus Robinson, WR, Chiefs. Bye: 10.
    Demarcus Robinson had great fantasy potential before Sammy Watkins’ return to the team. He’ll be worth adding if Watkins gets hurt.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 540 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 103.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 139.

  14. John Hightower, WR, Eagles. Bye: 9.
    John Hightower has enjoyed an amazing training camp, even beating Darius Slay on occasion. Everyone is focused on Jalen Reagor because he’s a first-round pick, but Hightower is a talented rookie who could have a better first season if his practice performance carries over into real action. It’s a shame we won’t be able to see the fifth-round rookie in preseason action.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 40 catches. 590 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 103.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 143.



  15. Jamison Crowder, WR, Jets. Bye: 11.
    Jamison Crowder was Sam Darnold’s favorite target in 2019 because the Jets’ offensive line prevented Darnold from taking deep shots. The Jets’ blocking has improved, so Crowder’s targets will drop, especially in the wake of the Denzel Mims and Breshad Perriman.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 62 catches. 730 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 97.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 159.

  16. Russell Gage, WR, Falcons. Bye: 10.
    Russell Gage proved to be the perfect replacement for Mohamed Sanu after the long-time Falcon was traded to New England. Gage caught at least five passes in all but one of his final six games. He’s certainly on the radar as a PPR player with touchdown upside in Atlanta’s offense.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 78 catches. 720 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 96.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 174.

  17. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals. Bye: 8.
    Larry Fitzgerald will return for another season. He’s not very relevant in fantasy, however, as he has become a secondary receiver with a running quarterback.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 65 catches. 710 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 95.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 160.

  18. Randall Cobb, WR, Texans. Bye: 8.
    Randall Cobb fell out of favor with the Packers, who clearly missed him this last season. Cobb did well in his new home, catching 55 passes for 828 yards and three touchdowns. Cobb should post similar numbers if he can stay healthy in Houston, though that’s a tough ask, given his history.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 50 catches. 760 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 94.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 144.

  19. Cole Beasley, WR, Bills. Bye: 11.
    Cole Beasley is a matchup-dependent slot receiver. He’s a better real-life player than fantasy asset.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 700 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 94.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 154.

  20. Chris Conley, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 7.
    Chris Conley emerged as a viable second weapon in the Jacksonville passing attack last year, but Laviska Shenault’s presence complicates things.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 43 catches. 690 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 93.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 136.

  21. Devin Duvernay, WR, Ravens. Bye: 8.
    Devin Duvernay figures to be Baltimore’s slot receiver as a rookie. He won’t face much competition, so he could contribute well as a rookie.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 45 catches. 530 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 137.

  22. K.J. Hamler, WR, Broncos. Bye: 8.
    K.J. Hamler is a dynamic downfield threat, but it may take him a year or so to develop into a viable fantasy option.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 35 catches. 530 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 92.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 127.

  23. Curtis Samuel, WR, Panthers. Bye: 13.
    Curtis Samuel had tons of hype heading into the season, but he played second fiddle to D.J. Moore. Of course, being paired with backup quarterbacks for 14 of 16 games didn’t exactly help. Samuel would have kept evolving into a reliable fantasy receiver, but Robby Anderson’s presence will derail any hope.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 53 catches. 660 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 90.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 143.

  24. Tee Higgins, WR, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    It’s fair to wonder if Tee Higgins can separate from NFL coverage. I’m not very bullish on his NFL outlook, despite him being paired with Joe Burrow.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 34 catches. 550 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 89.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 123.

  25. Corey Davis, WR, Titans. Bye: 7.
    Corey Davis has never lived up to expectations. Everyone remembers his brilliant performance in a playoff loss to the Patriots, but he’s really done nothing since. He logged 43 receptions for 601 yards and two touchdowns in 2019, and it’s hard to see his numbers improving very much in 2020.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 51 catches. 700 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 88.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 139.

  26. Greg Ward, WR, Eagles. Bye: 9.
    Greg Ward was a hero down the stretch for the Eagles. He didn’t catch a single pass until Week 12, yet he finished with 28 catches for 254 yards and a touchdown in the final seven games. Ward’s role will diminish a bit because the Eagles found some upgrades at receiver, but he should still serve as the third wideout on the team.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 54 catches. 520 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 86.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 140.

  27. Dede Westbrook, WR, Jaguars. Bye: 7.
    Nick Foles looked like he preferred Dede Westbrook in the preseason, but we never got to see their connection because Foles broke his collarbone in Week 1 and then never looked healthy upon his return. Gardner Minshew is the favorite to start in 2020, so Westbrook is not an appealing option.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 610 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 85.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 174.

  28. Adam Humphries, WR, Titans. Bye: 7.
    Adam Humphries went from a pass-heavy offense in Tampa Bay to a run-oriented offense in Tennessee, which would explain why his numbers plummeted in 2019.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 60 catches. 630 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 81.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 141.

  29. Danny Amendola, WR, Lions. Bye: 5.
    Danny Amendola had a solid 2019 PPR campaign, catching 62 passes for 678 yards and a touchdown. However, he needed one of Kenny Golladay or Marvin Jones to get hurt to be productive for the most part. He also just turned 34, which is a problem.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 59 catches. 650 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 77.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 136.

  30. Chase Claypool, WR, Steelers. Bye: 8.
    Chase Claypool is currently Pittsburgh’s No. 4 receiver, so it might be some time until he contributes.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 33 catches. 440 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 77.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 110.

  31. Tre’Quan Smith, WR, Saints. Bye: 6.
    I designated Tre’Quan Smith as a sleeper last year, but that turned out to be a poor prediction. He was a major disappointment last year, catching just 18 passes for 234 yards and five touchdowns in 11 games. With Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara and now Emmanuel Sanders commanding so much usage, it’s difficult to imagine Smith improving much in 2020.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 30 catches. 420 yards. 5 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 72.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 102.

  32. John Ross, WR, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    John Ross had a couple of big games last year, mainly to start the season. However, he had too many 2-24 results. He’s super inconsistent, making him better in large-field DFS tournaments than year-long fantasy.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 28 catches. 520 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 70.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 98.

  33. N’Keal Harry, WR, Patriots. Bye: 6.
    AUG. 19 UPDATE: N’Keal Harry is having problems separating from opposing defensive backs in training camp practices thus far, according to team reporter Evan Lazar. This is the same issue Harry had last year, so this is not a surprise. Harry is entering his second year, but he’s not worth a late-round flier pick.

    N’Keal Harry looked like a first-round bust, as he caught just 12 passes in seven games as a rookie. He still has time to prove himself, but he couldn’t beat press coverage last year, which is a problem. Another problem is Tom Brady’s departure.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 28 catches. 260 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 70.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 98.

  34. Kendrick Bourne, WR, 49ers. Bye: 11.
    Kendrick Bourne was San Francisco’s third receiver in 2019, but I expect Jalen Hurd to pass him on the depth chart.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 32 catches. 380 yards. 4 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 62.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 94.

  35. Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, Packers. Bye: 5.
    Marquez Valdes-Scantling was a major disappointment last season, hauling in just 26 passes for 452 yards and two touchdowns. The Packers didn’t find any upgrades at receiver in the draft for some reason.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 26 catches. 420 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 60.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 86.

  36. Jalen Hurd, WR, 49ers. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 19 UPDATE: It’s believed that Jalen Hurd suffered a torn ACL in training camp practice. Even if this isn’t the case, Hurd should be out for a while. This is a shame, as Hurd has some great potential. I liked him as a late-round flier with upside, but that’s obviously not the case anymore.

    Jalen Hurd has some major potential, and he’ll have more of an opportunity this year with Emmanuel Sanders gone. Hurd was going to be a nice sleeper if the 49ers don’t select a receiver early in the 2020 NFL Draft, which they did.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 22 catches. 330 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 60.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 82.

  37. Alex Erickson, WR, Bengals. Bye: 9.
    Alex Erickson had a solid breakout campaign in 2019. He caught 43 passes for 562 total yards, but wasn’t a full-time player until Week 6. Erickson isn’t viable with A.J. Green due back and Tee Higgins joining the squad.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 39 catches. 440 receiving yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 56.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 95.

  38. Jakobi Meyers, WR, Patriots. Bye: 6.
    Jakobi Meyers showed some promise in training camp and the preseason, but made plenty of mistakes when given the chance in real action. Meyers, who caught 26 passes for 359 yards, figures to improve in his second season, but Tom Brady’s departure has crushed his upside.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 33 catches. 440 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 56.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 77.

  39. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Eagles. Bye: 9.
    J.J. Arcega-Whiteside was a non-factor as a rookie. Perhaps he’ll finally live up to expectations in his second season. He’s not worth drafting in the meantime.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 24 catches. 270 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 54.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 78.

  40. Geronimo Allison, WR, Packers. Bye: 5.
    Geronimo Allison was a major disappointment last year. I loved him as a sleeper, but he crushed his team with some brutal drops. The Packers didn’t obtain better receiving talent this offseason, so Allison can disappoint again.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 38 catches. 360 yards. 3 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 54.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 92.

  41. Tajae Sharpe, WR, Vikings. Bye: 7.
    Tajae Sharpe is currently Minnesota’s third receiver, as Justin Jefferson crushed his outlook.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 36 catches. 400 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 52.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 88.

  42. Ted Ginn, WR, Bears. Bye: 11.
    Ted Ginn caught 30 passes in 2019, seven of which came in Week 1. He’s a non-factor at this stage of his career, especially with a worse quarterback in Chicago.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 25 catches. 330 yards. 2 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 45.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 70.

  43. Antonio Brown, WR, Patriots. Bye: 6.
    Antonio Brown is unlikely to play in the NFL ever again.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 0 catches. 0 yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.

  44. Josh Gordon, WR, Seahawks. Bye: 6.
    Roger Goodell has been running the NFL like Saudi Arabian dictator, but new rules could mean that Gordon will remain in the NFL.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 0 catches. 0 yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.

  45. Albert Wilson, WR, Dolphins. Bye: 11.
    AUG. 5 UPDATE: Albert Wilson has all but called it a career, opting out of the 2020 season. Coaches will have a difficult time trusting him after this decision. I had Wilson as my 64th-ranked wide receiver, so he had some appeal in extremely deep leagues.

    Albert Wilson is capable of having big statistical games, but he’s the third receiver on the Dolphins at the moment. I wouldn’t draft him, but I’d add him on the waiver in favorable matchups in the event of an injury or a bye.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 0 catches. 0 total yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.

  46. Tyrell Williams, WR, Raiders. Bye: 6.
    Out for the year.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 0 catches. 0 yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.

  47. Mohamed Sanu, WR, None. Bye: 0.
    Mohamed Sanu has been cut by the Patriots. I’m not sure why anyone would have thought about drafting him, but there’s no reason to now.

    Projected 2020 Fantasy Stats: 0 catches. 0 yards. 0 total TDs.
    Projected 2020 Fantasy Points: 0.
    Projected 2020 PPR Fantasy Points: 0.


2020 Fantasy Football Rankings - Wide Receivers (Sept. 8):
Top 10 | 11-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-100


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