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2024 PPR Draft Rankings

CeeDee Lamb Note
CeeDee Lamb photo 1. CeeDee Lamb DAL (vs . WAS)
CeeDee Lamb emerged as a top fantasy WR in 2023, finishing as the top WR in half-PPR formats with 335 fantasy points and averaging 19.7 points per game. He hauled in 135 receptions for over 1,700 yards and 14 total touchdowns. Lamb's dominance extended to red-zone targets, a key predictor of elite WR1 fantasy seasons, but regression may be expected in 2024 due to Dallas's red-zone usage and pass-to-rush TD ratio trends. The Cowboys had a negative RZ pass rate over expectation in 2023. Over the last 12 seasons, no WR that has led the league in red-zone targets has finished higher than WR3 the following season.
1 week ago
Tyreek Hill Note
Tyreek Hill photo 2. Tyreek Hill MIA (at NYJ)
Tyreek Hill had a stellar fantasy season, finishing second overall among WRs with nearly 300 fantasy points and averaging just shy of 20 points per game. He showcased his deep-threat ability with over 1,700 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns, averaging a league-leading 3.72 yards per route run. Despite turning 30, Hill's performance suggests he's still at the top of his game.
1 week ago
Ja'Marr Chase Note
Ja'Marr Chase photo 3. Ja'Marr Chase CIN (at PIT)
Ja'Marr Chase emerges as the cornerstone of the Bengals offense in 2024, coming off a stellar season with 100 receptions and over 1,200 yards. Despite finishing as the WR13 in 2023, his true potential shone with Joe Burrow, averaging 16.2 points per game and ranking as the WR6 from Weeks 1-10. With his consistent red zone presence, leading the NFL in red zone targets per game over the last two seasons, Chase is poised for WR1 status, a position historically correlated with dominating red zone opportunities.
1 week ago
Justin Jefferson Note
Justin Jefferson photo 4. Justin Jefferson MIN (at DET)
Justin Jefferson showcased his elite talent in 2023, finishing 5th in points per game despite missing seven games and losing starting QB Kirk Cousins. With 68 receptions for over 1,000 yards and 5 touchdowns, he commanded a 28% target share and excelled even without Cousins on the field, averaging 18.4 points per game in the final stretch. Before Cousins' injury, he led all WRs in fantasy points scored (21.7 per game). Heading into 2024, Jefferson's ability to thrive regardless of the quarterback situation positions him as one of the NFL's top receivers, supported by the offensive infrastructure set up by Kevin O'Connell.
1 week ago
Amon-Ra St. Brown Note
Amon-Ra St. Brown photo 5. Amon-Ra St. Brown DET (vs . MIN)
Amon-Ra St. Brown had a standout season, finishing third among WRs with 247.5 fantasy points and averaging 16.5 points per game. He showcased his reliability with 112 receptions for 1,371 yards and 9 touchdowns, earning a 12.2 yards per reception average. St. Brown commanded a 30% target share and 34% air yards share. His impressive performance earned him a lucrative 4-year, $120 million contract extension, making him the highest paid WR in the NFL at the time.
1 week ago
A.J. Brown Note
A.J. Brown photo 6. A.J. Brown PHI (vs . NYG)
A.J. Brown had a solid season, ranking fifth among WRs with an average of 14.8 points per game. He showcased his big-play ability with 105 receptions for over 1,400 yards and 7 touchdowns. However, he struggled towards the end of the season (out-scored by DeVonta Smith after Week 11) coinciding with the Eagles' late-season collapse. With changes in the coaching staff, including the hiring of Kellen Moore, there's uncertainty about Brown's production in 2024 if the team continues to struggle.
1 week ago
Garrett Wilson Note
Garrett Wilson photo 7. Garrett Wilson NYJ (vs . MIA)
Garrett Wilson's 2023 season saw impressive peripheral metrics despite lackluster QB play. He tallied 95 receptions from 168 targets for 1,042 yards but only managed three touchdowns. With a 30% target share and a league-leading 46% air yards share, Wilson showcased his potential. If the Jets' quarterback situation stabilizes in 2024, Wilson's fantasy ceiling could soar even higher.
1 week ago
Puka Nacua Note
Puka Nacua photo 8. Puka Nacua LAR (vs . SEA)
Puka Nacua is so clearly the alpha in the Rams passing game. 9 catches for 181 yards and 2 TDs on 10 targets (29%) with 100 yards coming after the catch in his final game of his rookie season, capped off a historic rookie campaign that saw him break the receptions and receiving yards records for a first-year player. In his 18 games played, Nacua posted a 29% target share and 15.3 points per game (4th among all WRs). First in yards after the catch, 3rd in receiving EPA and 14th in weighted opportunity.
16 weeks ago
Davante Adams Note
Davante Adams photo 9. Davante Adams LV (vs . LAC)
Davante Adams continued to shine in Las Vegas despite quarterback changes, boasting a 45% air yards share and a league-leading 33% target share. With 103 receptions on 175 targets, he amassed over 1,100 yards and secured 8 touchdowns, showcasing his red-zone prowess with the second-most targets in the NFL. Despite turning 31, Adams remains a reliable fantasy WR2, displaying his QB-proof consistency.
1 week ago
Marvin Harrison Jr. Note
Marvin Harrison Jr. photo 10. Marvin Harrison Jr. ARI (vs . SF)
Marvin Harrison Jr. quickly ascended at Ohio State, transitioning from a freshman backup behind stars like Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson to a dominant force by his sophomore year. His breakout game came in his first start during the Rose Bowl, where he tallied 6 catches, 71 yards, and 3 touchdowns. Harrison's junior year was stellar, amassing 67 receptions for 1,211 yards and 14 TDs, which led to him being a Heisman Trophy finalist and winning the 2023 Fred Biletnikoff Award. Now as the Arizona Cardinals' WR1 with Kyler Murray throwing to him, Harrison is positioned to be a high-impact player, offering a strong, consistent target share. His collegiate performance, highlighted by a 44% dominator rating, underscores his capability as a top-tier fantasy wide receiver.
2 weeks ago
Michael Pittman Jr. Note
Michael Pittman Jr. photo 11. Michael Pittman Jr. IND (vs . JAC)
Michael Pittman Jr. showcased his alpha status in the Colts' offense, tallying 109 receptions for over 1,100 yards on 156 targets in 16 games, averaging 12.2 fantasy points per game. Despite limited touchdown production, Pittman Jr. commanded a 33% air yards share and a 30% target share, boasting a high floor. With potential for improved touchdown variance in 2024, especially if Anthony Richardson elevates the offense, Pittman Jr. stands to benefit. The addition of Adonai Mitchell in the draft could enhance the overall offensive output without significantly impacting Pittman's target share.
1 week ago
Chris Olave Note
Chris Olave photo 12. Chris Olave NO (at TB)
Chris Olave showcased impressive usage metrics, commanding a 25% target share and a 40% air yards share, highlighting his integral role in the Saints' offense. Despite tallying 87 receptions for over 1,100 yards and 5 touchdowns, he's often perceived as a fantasy WR2. With Derek Carr returning at QB, there's hope for continued improvement, especially given their improved chemistry in the latter part of the season. Olave ranked second in catchable target rate (89%) post bye week.
1 week ago
Brandon Aiyuk Note
Brandon Aiyuk photo 13. Brandon Aiyuk SF (at ARI)
Brandon Aiyuk emerged as the primary receiver for the 49ers in 2023, accumulating nearly 1,500 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns in 19 games. Despite a modest role in the red zone, he commanded a 24% target share and ranked 15th in air yards share. Aiyuk's efficiency was notable, finishing as a top-5 performer in yards per route run. Entering a contract year at age 26, he may still have untapped potential after back-to-back top-15 WR finishes in half-PPR formats.
1 week ago
Drake London Note
Drake London photo 14. Drake London ATL (vs . CAR)
Drake London's 2023 usage was notable, commanding a 23% target share and 31% air yards share, but his lack of touchdowns limited his fantasy impact, finishing as the WR39 overall. Until the Falcons improve their quarterback situation, London's fantasy value may remain capped. However, with the potential for improved QB play, London's rising ADP suggests fantasy managers are banking on a breakout.
1 week ago
Mike Evans Note
Mike Evans photo 15. Mike Evans TB (vs . NO)
Mike Evans ranked as the WR4 in 2023, totaling 239.3 points (14.4 per game, WR8). He caught 76 passes for 1,233 yards and 13 touchdowns. He re-signed a two-year deal with the Buccaneers, keeping his talents in Tampa Bay. He will be 31 in August.
5 days ago
DJ Moore Note
DJ Moore photo 16. DJ Moore CHI (at GB)
D.J. Moore was excellent in his debut season in Chicago, finishing as the WR6 averaging 14.0 points/game. He showcased his dominance with a 43% air yards share and a top-10 target share at 29%. Moore's rapport with quarterback Justin Fields yielded high-end WR1 production, averaging 16.8 points per game over 12 games. However, with Fields replaced by rookie Caleb Williams and the addition of WR Keenan Allen and rookie Rome Odunze, Moore's fantasy upside in 2024 may face challenges.
5 days ago
Deebo Samuel Sr. Note
Deebo Samuel Sr. photo 17. Deebo Samuel Sr. SF (at ARI)
Deebo Samuel ranked as the WR12 overall despite playing 15 games. Notably, he scored the second-most total touchdowns (12) with his dual role as a rusher and receiver. Samuel also led all wide receivers in total red-zone touches. However, his injury history raises concerns due to his physical playing style. Additionally, there's potential for TD regression given his performance exceeded expectations in the previous season, ranking as WR26 in expected points per game (10.9). Moreover, relying on rushing production can be unpredictable year-to-year, and the emergence of Brandon Aiyuk further complicates Samuel's outlook as he enters a contract year.
1 week ago
Nico Collins Note
Nico Collins photo 18. Nico Collins HOU (at TEN)
Nico Collins had a breakout season in his third year with the Texans, propelled by his partnership with quarterback C.J. Stroud. He showcased remarkable yards after catch ability, amassing nearly 1,500 receiving yards with 1,370 air yards, and a significant portion of his yards came after the catch. Collins boasted a 24% target share and ranked second among all WRs with 3.11 yards per route run, a feat achieved by only a select few players since 2017. Despite the potential arrival of Stefon Diggs impacting his target share, Collins' efficiency should remain high with another threat on the field to divert defensive attention.
5 days ago
Jaylen Waddle Note
Jaylen Waddle photo 19. Jaylen Waddle MIA (at NYJ)
Jaylen Waddle faces a different fantasy draft landscape in 2024, likely drafted later due to a less impressive previous season as the WR34 overall and WR24 in points per game. Despite recording over 1,000 receiving yards in 14 games, his scoring was limited to four touchdowns. However, his 24% target share and improved efficiency metrics indicate potential for a bounce-back season. Considered a buy-low candidate, Waddle's draft position might not reflect his true value.
1 week ago
Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 20. Stefon Diggs HOU (at TEN)
Stefon Diggs faced a challenging 2023 season, finishing as WR10 overall but averaging just 13 points per game, landing him as WR15 in half-point scoring. His performance waned significantly from Week 10 onwards, averaging a mere 7.3 points and 42 receiving yards per game. Despite maintaining a near 30% target share and accumulating over 1,800 air yards for the season, Diggs struggled to deliver consistent fantasy production. With uncertainty surrounding his role in the Texans' offense and competition from Tank Dell and Nico Collins, fantasy managers may approach Diggs with caution entering his age 31 season.
5 days ago
DeVonta Smith Note
DeVonta Smith photo 21. DeVonta Smith PHI (vs . NYG)
DeVonta Smith has showcased his ability to thrive in the absence of key teammates like A.J. Brown or Dallas Goedert over the past two seasons. During Weeks 11-18 this season, he ranked as WR16, averaging 13.6 points per game, demonstrating backend fantasy WR1 potential. However, prior to Week 11, he was WR25 overall with 10.9 points per game. Smith's talent is evident, but for him to reach fantasy WR1 status, others in the Eagles passing game may need to scale back their production. Overall, he finished the year 20th in points per game (12.2) with a 24% target share.
5 days ago
DK Metcalf Note
DK Metcalf photo 22. DK Metcalf SEA (at LAR)
D.K. Metcalf finished 2023 with 66 receptions on 119 targets (23% target share), accumulating 1,114 yards and over 1,500 air yards (40% air yards share, 14th), as the WR16 overall. He demonstrated his big-play capability with 37 receptions of 20+ yards (10th) and finished 20th in points per game (12.0). Metcalf scored 8 touchdowns with the 5th-most end-zone targets (15). He missed the first game of his NFL career in 2023. He's an Iron Man and a staple of consistency as high-end fantasy WR2.
5 days ago
Cooper Kupp Note
Cooper Kupp photo 23. Cooper Kupp LAR (vs . SEA)
Many will point to the injuries Cooper Kupp has dealt with throughout the season, as a reason to be concerned about him moving forward. He hasn't looked like himself all season and he will be 31 in 2024. He's missed an average of six games over the last two seasons.
A lot of his production was salvaged by his 5 receiving TDs. Posted a career-low yards per route run (1.77). Kupp was WR27 in points per game in 2023 despite a 26% target share.
4 days ago
Amari Cooper Note
Amari Cooper photo 24. Amari Cooper CLE (at BAL)
Amari Cooper's season-long stats were notable despite shifting quarterbacks, ranking 10th in yards (1,250) and second in 20-yard gains (42). His 41% air yards share also ranked 10th in the league. While he finished 17th in points/game (12.7) as the WR18 overall through 17 games, his performance with Deshaun Watson as QB offers promise. During these five games, he maintained a 23% target share, 42% air yards share, averaging nearly 100 receiving yards/game. His fantasy output was also strong, averaging 14.8 points per game (6th) and 15.7 expected points per game (15th). Even with Jerry Jeudy's addition, Cooper remains the WR1 for the Browns.
1 week ago
Keenan Allen Note
Keenan Allen photo 25. Keenan Allen CHI (at GB)
Keenan Allen had a stellar 2023 season, ranking third in points per game and finishing as the WR8 overall, thanks in large part to his impressive 31% target share. Despite turning 32 in 2024, he displayed no signs of slowing down with Justin Herbert. However, his trade to the Bears presents new challenges, particularly with a downgrade in rookie QB play and stiff competition for targets from players like Rome Odunze and D.J. Moore. This shift in situation, coupled with Allen's age, raises concerns about his fantasy outlook for the upcoming season.
5 days ago
Malik Nabers Note
Malik Nabers photo 26. Malik Nabers NYG (at PHI)
Malik Nabers, emerging from a robust 3-year stint at LSU, led all college wide receivers with 86 receptions, 1,546 yards, and 14 touchdowns during his junior year, boasting a 34% dominator rating. Over his collegiate career, he totaled 186 receptions for 2,983 yards and 21 touchdowns, marked by a standout 28% career college dominator rating-third among 2024 draft class WRs. Notably, Nabers broke out as a freshman at 18, indicating significant potential for early professional success. Now with the New York Giants, he is poised to become the team's top receiver from the outset. His ability to generate yards after the catch (YAC) reassures concerns about the team's quarterback situation, enhancing his fantasy value.
2 weeks ago
Zay Flowers Note
Zay Flowers photo 27. Zay Flowers BAL (vs . CLE)
Rookie Zay Flowers quickly established himself as Lamar Jackson's go-to receiver in Baltimore, securing a 24% target share. He led the Ravens in air yards/target share, accumulating over 1,000 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns in 18 games. However, his final rankings as WR29 overall and WR31 in points/game hint that he may have underperformed relative to his opportunities. When Mark Andrews was active in the lineup (Weeks 2-10) Flowers averaged 8.2 points/game with a 22% target share. When the TE missed, Flowers posted a 24% target share and 13.2 points/game (WR14).
1 week ago
Christian Kirk Note
Christian Kirk photo 28. Christian Kirk JAC (at IND)
Christian Kirk ended 2023 with 57 receptions on 85 targets (21% target share) for 787 yards. But Kirk only found the end zone 3 times during the season. In 12 games, Kirk accumulated 121.8 fantasy points, averaging 11 points per game, positioning him as a reliable flex option in fantasy leagues. WR28 in points per game. When he and Calvin Ridley were both healthy, Kirk posted the higher target share at 21% as the WR23 overall. With Ridley replaced by the "can't earn targets" Gabe Davis and 1st-round rookie Brian Thomas Jr. (another non-elite target earner) Kirk projects as the WR1 in the Jaguars offense in target volume.
5 days ago
Tee Higgins Note
Tee Higgins photo 29. Tee Higgins CIN (at PIT)
Tee Higgins' 2023 season was marred by injuries, limiting him to just 12 games. Despite this, he showcased his big-play ability with an impressive 15.6 yards per reception, 14 receptions of 20+ yards and 4 games with 20-plus points scored. His 37% air yards share highlighted his importance in the Bengals' downfield passing game. While his fantasy production suffered due to injuries, his command of air yards suggests he remains a dominant receiver, as evidenced by several standout performances. Buy the discount in a contract year.
4 days ago
Terry McLaurin Note
Terry McLaurin photo 30. Terry McLaurin WAS (at DAL)
Terry McLaurin demonstrated his reliability as a deep threat for the Commanders in 2023, tallying 79 receptions for 1,002 yards and 4 touchdowns. His 23 catches of 20+ yards underscored his big-play ability. While ranking 32nd among wide receivers in total fantasy points and 41st in points per game, McLaurin's 35% air yards share showcased his role as a deep threat. With over 1,500 total air yards, he ranked 13th league-wide. With Jayden Daniels now at QB, known for his great deep ball, McLaurin could see increased production, potentially breaking out of the fantasy WR2 category without commanding a WR2 draft price.
5 days ago
Tank Dell Note
Tank Dell photo 31. Tank Dell HOU (at TEN)
Tank Dell showcased his potential as a deep threat for the Texans, posting a 31% air yards share and over 1,000 air yards in just 10 games. Despite a slightly lower target share than Nico Collins, Dell demonstrated his impact with a 20.5% target share and 14.2 points per game (9th). Interestingly, when both Collins and Dell played together, their production was nearly identical, highlighting Dell's consistency and effectiveness in Houston's offense.
5 days ago
George Pickens Note
George Pickens photo 32. George Pickens PIT (vs . CIN)
George Pickens emerges as the primary beneficiary of the Steelers' offense following Diontae Johnson's departure. Despite competition from rookie third-rounder Roman Wilson, Pickens' consistent growth hints at a potential breakout in his third year. During the first five weeks of the 2023 season with Johnson sidelined, Pickens averaged 12.8 points per game (19th) and nearly 80 yards per game. With Russell Wilson or Justin Fields' vertical threat, Pickens could flourish, as seen in his WR13 performance during Johnson's absence last season. But be wary that the run-heavy nature of an Arthur Smith offense could doom Pickens' breakout.
1 week ago
Rashee Rice Note
Rashee Rice photo 33. Rashee Rice KC (at DEN)
Rashee Rice showcased promise in his rookie season with the Chiefs, tallying 105 receptions for 1,200 yards and 8 touchdowns in 20 games, earning him a 19% target share. Despite an average of 10.9 fantasy points per game, he surged post-Week 6, averaging 12.1 points and ranking within the top 20. However, concerns arise due to increased competition from additions like Marquise Brown and Xavier Worthy. Additionally, Rice's legal issues stemming from a high-speed hit-and-run crash may result in a multi-game suspension, casting doubt on his availability for the upcoming NFL season.
5 days ago
Calvin Ridley Note
Calvin Ridley photo 34. Calvin Ridley TEN (vs . HOU)
Calvin Ridley caught 76 passes on 136 targets for 1,016 yards in his lone season as a Jaguar. With nearly 1,800 air yards, he boasted a 22.5% target share and 36% air yards share, finding the end zone 8 times. He ranked as WR17 overall (11.3 points/ game, WR26) positioning him as a low-end WR2 in fantasy. Ridley led the league in end zone targets (24) but fell short of fully capitalizing on his elite opportunities for a fantasy WR1 season. Now with the Titans alongside veterans DeAndre Hopkins and Tyler Boyd, he enters a potentially more pass-centric offense under new head coach Brian Callahan and second-year QB Will Levis, offering opportunities for increased production.
5 days ago
Chris Godwin Note
Chris Godwin photo 35. Chris Godwin TB (vs . NO)
Chris Godwin's 2023 season was marked by high volume but low touchdown production, catching only 3 touchdowns despite leading the Buccaneers in receptions and receiving yards. His target share was comparable to Mike Evans', but he struggled to convert opportunities into fantasy points, finishing outside the top-36 wide receivers in fantasy scoring. However, with potential changes in offensive scheme and Evans potentially regressing, Godwin could see a bounce-back year, especially if he returns to a full-time slot role as suggested by new OC Liam Coen.
4 days ago
Jayden Reed Note
Jayden Reed photo 36. Jayden Reed GB (vs . CHI)
Jayden Reed made an impact in his rookie season, as a primary slot receiver for the Packers. Despite not always playing a full-time role, he was heavily targeted, with a 25% target rate per route run and just under 2 yards per route run. Reed led all Packers wide receivers in points/game with 10.6 and ten touchdowns. He finished as a top-12 WR in 33% of his games (12th) and ranked fourth in fantasy points per snap.
4 days ago
Jordan Addison Note
Jordan Addison photo 37. Jordan Addison MIN (at DET)
Jordan Addison had a solid rookie campaign, recording 70 receptions for 911 yards and 10 touchdowns on a 17% target share. His consistent contributions earned him an average of 11 fantasy points per game, ranking him as WR28 overall. Despite his promising performance, his fantasy outlook for 2024 is clouded by uncertainty at the quarterback position following Kirk Cousins' departure. At least, the absence of T.J. Hockenson due to injury could boost Addison's role in the offense to open the season.
4 days ago
DeAndre Hopkins Note
DeAndre Hopkins photo 38. DeAndre Hopkins TEN (vs . HOU)
DeAndre Hopkins maintained his elite status in the 2023 season, securing 75 catches on 137 targets with a 28% target share, accumulating 1,057 receiving yards and showcasing his deep threat ability with 27 receptions of 20+ yards. His 1,934 total air yards led the league among wide receivers. Despite posting WR2 numbers, the addition of Calvin Ridley to the Titans' receiving corps presents a challenge to Hopkins' fantasy value, especially considering Ridley's potential target competition.
4 days ago
Hollywood Brown Note
Hollywood Brown photo 39. Hollywood Brown KC (at DEN)
Marquise "Hollywood" Brown had a forgettable 2023 season, struggling with inconsistent quarterback play and injuries. Despite posting impressive air yards and target share numbers, he failed to produce consistently, averaging just 7.8 points per game. However, his move to the Chiefs presents a promising opportunity to revive his career alongside Patrick Mahomes. With his speed and playmaking ability, Brown could become a fantasy WR2 in Kansas City's offense, given the potential absence of Rashee Rice.
4 days ago
Diontae Johnson Note
Diontae Johnson photo 40. Diontae Johnson CAR (at ATL)
Before the switch to Mason Rudolph from Week 7-13 (when Diontae Johnson returned healthy), DJ led the team with a 26% target share and 9.2 points/game. After Johnson returned from his injury in Week 7, he was very effective with a 23% target share while scoring 5 TDs averaging 14 expected fantasy points per game. Despite the Steelers' offensive transitions and his own injuries to overcome, Johnson maintained his productivity, finishing the season with 127.2 fantasy points, averaging 10 points per game - 36th in points per game. Now in Carolina, Johnson will project for a boatload of targets in an offense that fueled Adam Thielen to WR25 finish. Johnson will be at worst a fantasy WR3 with potential ceiling unlocked if Bryce Young can take a step forward in 2024.
4 days ago
Jaxon Smith-Njigba Note
Jaxon Smith-Njigba photo 41. Jaxon Smith-Njigba SEA (at LAR)
In his rookie season, Jaxon Smith-Njigba managed 63 receptions from 93 targets, totaling 628 yards and 4 touchdowns. Despite a slow start due to a wrist injury, he began to find his rhythm from Week 6 onwards, averaging 8.2 points per game. With more opportunities ahead in 2024, the 22-year-old wideout is poised as a breakout candidate for the Seahawks in what should be a pass-happier offense under new OC Ryan Grubb.
4 days ago
Rome Odunze Note
Rome Odunze photo 42. Rome Odunze CHI (at GB)
Rome Odunze's tenure at Washington was characterized by steady progression, peaking in his junior year with 75 catches, 1,145 yards, and 7 TDs, and further elevating in 2023 with 81 receptions for 1,428 yards and 13 TDs, despite battling injuries. His senior performance earned him a spot on the AP first team and a career-high 33% dominator rating, placing him fourth in his draft class. Notably, Odunze had a breakout season at 19 during his sophomore year, underlining his early development. Drafted 9th overall by the Chicago Bears, he starts the season as the WR3 but has the potential to secure a more significant role as the year progresses. His blend of size, resilience, and early breakout age positions him as a promising fantasy asset.
2 weeks ago
Courtland Sutton Note
Courtland Sutton photo 43. Courtland Sutton DEN (vs . KC)
Courtland Sutton's outlook for the upcoming season appears less promising, especially with a rookie QB in 12th overall pick Bo Nix. While Sutton saw a resurgence in touchdown production last year, accounting for a significant portion of his fantasy points, it's unlikely to repeat, projecting him in the 4-6 TD range. His target usage parallels Jerry Jeudy's, who has since been traded, solidifying Sutton's role as the team's top WR. Despite competition from Marvin Mims and rookie Troy Franklin, Sutton's consistent WR3 performance suggests a stable floor in fantasy.
3 days ago
Xavier Worthy Note
Xavier Worthy photo 44. Xavier Worthy KC (at DEN)
Texas' Xavier Worthy has quickly made a name for himself with his standout speed and playmaking prowess. At 6 feet 1 inch and 172 pounds, Worthy distinguished himself early, notching 62 receptions for 981 yards and 12 touchdowns in his freshman year. He capped off his college career with over 1,000 yards and 5 touchdowns in his junior year, securing a 30% career dominator rating-the second highest in his class-and the youngest breakout age at 18. His abilities have drawn comparisons to DeSean Jackson, both from Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid and draft analyst Thor, underscoring his potential impact. Set to join the Chiefs as a 1st-rounder, Worthy is expected to compete for a significant role, particularly with the possibility of an expanded opportunity if teammate Rashee Rice faces a suspension.
5 days ago
Tyler Lockett Note
Tyler Lockett photo 45. Tyler Lockett SEA (at LAR)
Tyler Lockett faced inconsistency throughout the season, finishing 43rd in points per game and WR33 overall, despite a solid 22% target share and over 1,300 air yards. It was his first time outside the top 30 WRs since 2017, failing to match or exceed D.K. Metcalf's fantasy production. With concerns about his age and declining performance, coupled with competition from emerging talents like Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Lockett's fantasy value is on a downward trend entering his age-32 season.
3 days ago
Christian Watson Note
Christian Watson photo 46. Christian Watson GB (vs . CHI)
Christian Watson's sophomore season was completely derailed by hamstring injuries. He missed the first three weeks of the season entirely and struggled to put together any consistent production until his last three games in the regular season when he hurt his hamstring again. He scored four TDs, while averaging 17.1 points per game. Watson has a high ceiling when healthy as both a big-play and red-zone threat, but it cannot be realized until he solves his hamstring woes. Offseason reports have been positive regarding Watson's hamstring, providing some hope that he can put it together in Year 3 and recapture his rookie form that saw him post fringe fantasy WR1 numbers.
1 week ago
Ladd McConkey Note
Ladd McConkey photo 47. Ladd McConkey LAC (at LV)
Ladd McConkey emerged in his third season at Georgia as a redshirt sophomore, achieving 762 receiving yards and seven touchdowns with a 20% dominator rating, despite a late breakout at 21 years old. Competing for targets with Brock Bowers, one of college football's top tight ends, and ahead of 2024 second-round pick AD Mitchell on the depth chart, McConkey demonstrated his capability, especially in the two games without Bowers in 2023, posting his highest yardage totals. Although injuries impacted his final year's stats, he remained efficient, ranking 8th nationally in yards per route run (3.26). Known for his quickness and polished route-running rather than size, McConkey's agility and speed, highlighted by a sub-4.4 40-yard dash at the combine, make him a promising professional prospect. Drafted by the Chargers who traded up in Round 2, he enters a team with a weak WR corps, positioning him to potentially lead in targets.
2 weeks ago
Jakobi Meyers Note
Jakobi Meyers photo 48. Jakobi Meyers LV (vs . LAC)
Jakobi Meyers showcased his talent with an impressive debut season for the Raiders, notably scoring 8 receiving TD on a 21% target share. However, his TD rate in 2023 may be unsustainable moving forward, suggesting potential regression. Despite his scoring prowess, Meyers managed a solid fantasy output, averaging 11.4 points per game and ranking 25th among WRs. His consistency, especially with a rookie in Aidan O'Connell at quarterback, underscores his reliability as a fantasy WR3 option.
2 days ago
Mike Williams Note
Mike Williams photo 49. Mike Williams NYJ (vs . MIA)
Mike Williams was signed to a one-year deal worth $15 million by Gang Green, but he's going to be 30 years old in October, coming off a Week 3 torn ACL.
FWIW, Big Mike was extremely productive before he got hurt. The former Chargers WR ranked as WR15 overall and WR17 in points per game. Williams can at least slide in as the immediate No. 2 WR behind Garrett Wilson in an offense that will likely get improved QB play from Aaron Rodgers.
2 days ago
Keon Coleman Note
Keon Coleman photo 50. Keon Coleman BUF (at NE)
Keon Coleman, a second-round pick for the Buffalo Bills, boasts impressive physical attributes at 6'4" and 215 lbs, fitting the mold of an outside X-receiver. His collegiate career showcased consistent improvement, highlighted by a notable junior year at Florida State with 50 receptions, 658 yards, and 11 touchdowns. Despite his youth, Coleman demonstrated dominance, outperforming future NFL prospect Jayden Reed in key metrics. With the Bills, he enters a favorable situation with a talented quarterback and opportunities to rise in the depth chart, setting the stage for a promising start to his NFL journey.
4 days ago
Josh Downs Note
Josh Downs photo 51. Josh Downs IND (vs . JAC)
Josh Downs had a promising rookie season with the Colts, showcasing his skills with 68 receptions and 771 receiving yards. Despite his strong performance, Downs struggled to find the end zone, recording only two touchdowns. However, his production dipped after sustaining a knee injury, impacting his performance in the latter part of the season. Nonetheless, Downs displayed potential from Weeks 1-8, leading the Colts in yards per route run and maintaining a solid 19% target share.
1 day ago
Jameson Williams Note
Jameson Williams photo 52. Jameson Williams DET (vs . MIN)
Jameson Williams has faced challenges in his first two years in the NFL, including a torn ACL in his rookie season and a slow start due to a suspension in his second year. While he has displayed flashes of big-play potential, injuries and inconsistencies have hampered his progress. Heading into his third year, Williams is expected to take on a larger role in the Lions' offense with the WR2 position likely up for grabs. However, his limited target share and inconsistent performance in 2023 raise questions about his potential breakout. Williams may be overrated based on his draft capital, and he faces competition for targets in a crowded receiving corps in Detroit.
3 days ago
Romeo Doubs Note
Romeo Doubs photo 53. Romeo Doubs GB (vs . CHI)
Romeo Doubs showcased improvement in his 2nd season, becoming a consistent target in their passing game. With 69 receptions on 105 targets for 908 yards and 9 touchdowns, he proved to be a valuable asset, particularly in the red zone. However, Doubs fell short of maximizing his potential within the offense, scoring fewer points than his expected output, creating doubt about his 2024 ceiling. Despite this, his performance solidified him as a reliable WR4 option in fantasy leagues.
1 day ago
Curtis Samuel Note
Curtis Samuel photo 54. Curtis Samuel BUF (at NE)
Curtis Samuel's 2023 season with the Washington Commanders was underwhelming, finishing as the WR44 overall and averaging 7.9 fantasy points per game. His performance was consistent with his career trend of sporadic production due to injuries. While his receiving stats mirrored his 2020 campaign, he saw limited usage as a rusher. Entering his age 28 season, Samuel has yet to break into WR2 territory in fantasy, typically settling as a WR4 option. However, with a reunion with his former OC Joe Brady in Buffalo, who utilized him effectively from the slot in Carolina, Samuel holds sleeper potential in the Bills offense, especially with changes to their receiving corps.
3 days ago
Brian Thomas Jr. Note
Brian Thomas Jr. photo 55. Brian Thomas Jr. JAC (at IND)
Brian Thomas Jr. emerged as a force in his junior year at LSU, boasting a 33% dominator rating and leading the FBS with 17 touchdowns. Standing at 6'4" and 205 lbs, he possesses the size and speed of a boundary X-receiver, evidenced by his impressive college production. Despite not being the primary target, Thomas still earned a 24% dominator rating, competing for catches with fellow standout Malik Nabers. Drafted by the Jaguars in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, Thomas has the opportunity to absorb a significant portion of targets left by departing players, potentially exceeding 100 targets. While he offers high-end splash week potential, his weekly consistency may vary due to Jacksonville's diverse offensive weapons.
4 days ago
Jahan Dotson Note
Jahan Dotson photo 56. Jahan Dotson WAS (at DAL)
Jahan Dotson's 2023 season was disappointing after a promising rookie campaign, characterized by inefficiency in a pass-heavy Commanders offense. However, Curtis Samuel's departure to the Bills opens up opportunities for Dotson to rebound in Year 3. Despite his struggles, Dotson showed flashes of potential in games where Samuel was absent or limited, posting strong numbers. With the Commanders' passing game relying heavily on volume over efficiency, Dotson, along with teammate Terry McLaurin, will depend on improved quarterback play from Jayden Daniels to elevate their fantasy value. Dotson's red-zone involvement in 2023 signals his potential for increased scoring opportunities with better quarterback performance.
3 days ago
Brandin Cooks Note
Brandin Cooks photo 57. Brandin Cooks DAL (vs . WAS)
Brandin Cooks ended the season as the WR45 in points per game (9.1) and WR36 overall. After his sluggish start, Cooks was unlocked from Week 6 onward as we saw the Dallas offense start to click. WR22 overall and WR28 in points per game (11.2). He will be 31 in September.
1 day ago
Adam Thielen Note
Adam Thielen photo 58. Adam Thielen CAR (at ATL)
Adam Thielen's 2023 season provided the full-body experience of an older veteran WR with zero competition for targets. He started out of the gates red hot, as the WR11 overall through 11 weeks, scoring fantasy points per game at a top-15 rate at 13.7. But alas the 33-year-old could not continue his production with shoddy QB play from his rookie QB. WR51 from Weeks 12-18. Woof. With 103 receptions (10th) on 137 targets (25% target share, 14th), Thielen racked up 1,014 receiving yards, averaging 9.8 yards per reception, and notched 4 touchdown receptions running the 5th-most routes in the NFL. He ended the season with a 10.6 points per game average, securing him as the 25th overall wide receiver in half-PPR scoring. WR31 per game. He's under contract until 2026 and will be entering the offseason as the Panthers' No. 1 WR until they add more WRs in the draft/free agency - the latter of which will likely happen based on the Panthers' interest before this past year's trade deadline.
18 weeks ago
Jerry Jeudy Note
Jerry Jeudy photo 59. Jerry Jeudy CLE (at BAL)
Jerry Jeudy secured 54 receptions for 758 receiving yards in the 2023 season with the Broncos. Despite his yardage production, Jeudy struggled to find the end zone, recording only two touchdowns throughout the year. His fantasy performance landed him as the WR50 overall, emphasizing the need for improved quarterback play in his first season with the Browns to elevate his fantasy value beyond the WR3 tier. Based on the contract Jeudy signed - 3-years and $52.5 million - it's his job to lose as the WR2 versus Elijah Moore.
1 day ago
Gabe Davis Note
Gabe Davis photo 60. Gabe Davis JAC (at IND)
Gabe Davis's move to the Jaguars offers him a fresh start after a mixed performance with the Bills in 2023. While he showcased his big-play ability with 7 touchdowns and 1,200 air yards, his inconsistency, including four catchless games in his last eight appearances, raises concerns. In Jacksonville, Davis could see an uptick in targets following the departures of Zay Jones and Calvin Ridley, but his boom-or-bust nature may persist. With Trevor Lawrence leading the offense and competition from established pass-catchers and rookie Brian Thomas Jr., Davis's fantasy outlook remains uncertain, making him a better fit for best ball formats where his spiked weeks could still offer value.
1 day ago
Joshua Palmer Note
Joshua Palmer photo 61. Joshua Palmer LAC (at LV)
Joshua Palmer emerged as a significant contributor for the Chargers last season, especially when Mike Williams and Keenan Allen were sidelined. His performance, particularly in games without Williams, showcased his potential, averaging 10.6 fantasy points per game. Even in the absence of both WRs and QB1 Justin Herbert, Palmer maintained a strong target share and production, averaging 11.5 points per game. While the Chargers are likely to draft a wide receiver, Palmer remains a solid in-house option.
1 day ago
Rashid Shaheed Note
Rashid Shaheed photo 62. Rashid Shaheed NO (at TB)
Rashid Shaheed enjoyed a solid 2nd season, as a boom-or-bust option. He totaled over 1,000 air yards on just 75 targets (14% target share). Shaheed excelled in making big plays, as seen in his 31 catches of over 20 yards (14th). He scored 132.6 fantasy points, averaging 8.3 points per game. Shaheed was ranked 49th among wide receivers in points per game.
1 day ago
Khalil Shakir Note
Khalil Shakir photo 63. Khalil Shakir BUF (at NE)
Khalil Shakir concluded his second season on a high note, shining in the absence of Gabe Davis with impressive performances. Over the last three games, he caught 16 of 17 targets for 180 yards and 2 touchdowns, showcasing his reliability and big-play ability. Shakir topped the NFL in catch rate (88%) and generated the highest passer rating (141.5), while leading the Bills in receiving EPA and ranking 16th overall in the league. Despite earning a larger role in the offense for 2024, he faces competition for targets from second-round rookie Keon Coleman and veteran slot WR Curtis Samuel.
1 day ago
Adonai Mitchell Note
Adonai Mitchell photo 64. Adonai Mitchell IND (vs . JAC)
Adonai Mitchell had a standout season with the Texas Longhorns, achieving a 32% dominator rating with 11 touchdowns from 55 receptions. Standing at 6'2" and weighing 205 pounds, his physique is well-suited for an outside receiver role. While he boasts the physical tools and deep threat potential akin to D.J. Chark Jr. or Alec Pierce, Mitchell enters a situation where he may play third fiddle behind Michael Pittman Jr. and Josh Downs. This could limit his weekly fantasy production, although his knack for big plays makes him a worthy consideration in best-ball formats, offering occasional high-scoring outings.
3 days ago
Quentin Johnston Note
Quentin Johnston photo 65. Quentin Johnston LAC (at LV)
Quentin Johnston's rookie season left much to be desired, with disappointing production. Despite the Chargers' offseason moves opening up opportunities, including the departure of key receivers, Johnston failed to capitalize on his chances. With Ladd McConkey drafted early, Johnston's future role in the offense becomes uncertain. While it may be premature to label him a bust after just one season, his lack of impact in Year 1 (61st among 63 qualifying WRs in yards per route run) raises red flags for his fantasy value moving forward.
1 day ago
DeMario Douglas Note
DeMario Douglas photo 66. DeMario Douglas NE (vs . BUF)
Demario Douglas emerged as a surprise contributor for the Patriots in 2023, showcasing his playmaking ability despite failing to find the end zone. Leading the team with 561 receiving yards without a touchdown, he demonstrated consistent involvement in the passing game with an 18% target share. From Week 7 onwards, Douglas maintained a significant role, posting a 21% target share and earning praise for his performance. However, the Patriots' decision to draft two wide receivers this year introduces competition, potentially impacting Douglas's role in the offense moving forward.
1 day ago
Elijah Moore Note
Elijah Moore photo 67. Elijah Moore CLE (at BAL)
Michael Wilson Note
Michael Wilson photo 68. Michael Wilson ARI (vs . SF)
The highlight of Week 18? Rookie Michael Wilson.
6 targets (21% target share) and 6 receptions for 95 yards. 68 air yards and 40% air yards share. The rookie posted a very under-the-radar campaign as a highly involved Cardinals WR. He ran a route on 80% of the dropbacks (35th among all WRs) which locks him into a full-time role in this offense next season, as long as he can fend off Zay Jones. Wilson also finished his season on a high note, averaging 15.5 points per game after his last two contests with Marquise Brown out.
1 day ago
Wan'Dale Robinson Note
Wan'Dale Robinson photo 69. Wan'Dale Robinson NYG (at PHI)
Marvin Mims Jr. Note
Marvin Mims Jr. photo 70. Marvin Mims Jr. DEN (vs . KC)
Marvin Mims Jr., the second-year wideout for the Broncos, stands to benefit from the departure of Jerry Jeudy, which opens up more playing time and opportunities for him in the offense. Despite limited playing time in his rookie year, Mims showed flashes of potential, including a couple of impressive performances early in the season. However, his development was hindered by redundancy in roles with Jeudy and depth at the WR position. While there's optimism for Mims to step up in his 2nd season, the recent drafting of Troy Franklin with an overlapping skillset could potentially complicate his path to a significant role in the offense.
1 day ago
Dontayvion Wicks Note
Dontayvion Wicks photo 71. Dontayvion Wicks GB (vs . CHI)
Dontayvion Wicks made significant contributions to the Packers' offense during Christian Watson's absence, showcasing his big-play ability and reliability as a target. With 39 receptions for 581 yards and 5 touchdowns, Wicks demonstrated his potential to be a valuable asset in the passing game. Despite being a fifth-round rookie, he ranked among the top rookies in yards per route run, hinting at his promising future in an offense led by Jordan Love. As a deep sleeper, Wicks has the opportunity to emerge as a key playmaker in the Packers' ascending offense.
1 day ago
Xavier Legette Note
Xavier Legette photo 72. Xavier Legette CAR (at ATL)
Xavier Legette, a standout receiver from South Carolina, showcased his skills with exceptional performances, notably in his super senior year. At 6'3" and 227 lbs, his size and athleticism make him ideal for an outside receiver role. With strong hands and the ability to secure catches in traffic, he's reliable even without relying on his body. Despite concerns about consistency as a one-year wonder entering the NFL at 23, his physical traits resemble players like D.K. Metcalf, hinting at his potential. Drafted in the first round by the Carolina Panthers, his success may hinge on how well he's utilized in their scheme under new HC Dave Canales.
3 days ago
Rashod Bateman Note
Rashod Bateman photo 73. Rashod Bateman BAL (vs . CLE)
The Baltimore Ravens signed wide receiver Rashod Bateman to a 2-year contract through the 2026 season.
3 weeks ago
Darnell Mooney Note
Darnell Mooney photo 74. Darnell Mooney ATL (vs . CAR)
Darnell Mooney's potential as a FA steal in the upcoming season is evident despite a challenging and injury-marred previous campaign. His track record of commanding a significant target share of 27%, especially during his standout performances in 2021-2022, underscores his ability to thrive in an offense. With a clear path to the WR2 role in Atlanta's receiving corps, Mooney could emerge as a valuable asset, particularly in a case of an injury. Coupled with his impressive yards after the catch per reception, Mooney's presence adds depth and reliability to the upgraded Falcons' passing game.
1 day ago
Troy Franklin Note
Troy Franklin photo 75. Troy Franklin DEN (vs . KC)
Troy Franklin capped his junior year at Oregon with nearly 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns, showcasing his deep-threat capabilities with a 29% dominator rating. Despite concerns about his slender frame at 6-foot-3 and 183 lbs, his rumored 4.35-second 40-yard dash underscores his potential as a top-tier receiver and early breakout age. Drafted early in Round 4 by the Broncos after a disappointing combine, Franklin finds a favorable situation under Sean Payton, who has a history of trading up for wide receivers. Positioned to play the "Z" role previously held by Jerry Jeudy, Franklin's existing chemistry with Broncos QB Bo Nix, his former college teammate, could enhance his opportunity to make an immediate impact.
3 days ago
Ja'Lynn Polk Note
Ja'Lynn Polk photo 76. Ja'Lynn Polk NE (vs . BUF)
After overcoming an injury in his sophomore year, Ja'Lynn Polk delivered a stellar senior season with 69 receptions for 1,159 yards and nine touchdowns. Known for his quickness, strong hands, and excellent body control, Polk consistently makes difficult catches in traffic, showcasing his well-rounded skills. Drawing comparisons to NFL players like Mohamed Sanu, Tyler Boyd, and Joshua Palmer, Polk is considered a safe, reliable receiver. Selected in the second round of the 2024 NFL Draft by the Patriots, he is poised to become a dependable part of their passing game.
1 day ago
Jalin Hyatt Note
Jalin Hyatt photo 77. Jalin Hyatt NYG (at PHI)
Roman Wilson Note
Roman Wilson photo 78. Roman Wilson PIT (vs . CIN)
Roman Wilson showed promise with 48 receptions for 789 yards and 12 touchdowns in his standout senior year at Michigan (37% dominator, 6th-highest in the class). However, concerns arise due to his late breakout age at 22 and limited overall production. With the Steelers likely maintaining a run-heavy offense under OC Arthur Smith and Wilson's role as a deep threat in college, the 2024 third-round draft pick's fantasy impact could be limited despite Pittsburgh's history of success with mid-round WR selections.
4 days ago
Ricky Pearsall Note
Ricky Pearsall photo 79. Ricky Pearsall SF (at ARI)
Ricky Pearsall showcased his talent at Arizona State and Florida, culminating in a 25% dominator rating in his final college season with 963 receiving yards. At the NFL Combine, he impressed with a 4.41-second 40-yard dash and a 42-inch vertical, highlighting his athleticism. Drafted in the first round, Pearsall's polished route-running and reliable hands make him NFL-ready, though his ceiling may be capped by the depth of his team's receiving corps, particularly if teammates like Samuel and Aiyuk maintain significant roles in the offense.
3 days ago
Darius Slayton Note
Darius Slayton photo 80. Darius Slayton NYG (at PHI)
Jonathan Mingo Note
Jonathan Mingo photo 81. Jonathan Mingo CAR (at ATL)
Treylon Burks Note
Treylon Burks photo 82. Treylon Burks TEN (vs . HOU)
Jermaine Burton Note
Jermaine Burton photo 83. Jermaine Burton CIN (at PIT)
Jermaine Burton emerged as a standout receiver during his senior year at Alabama, boasting a 30% dominator rating and showcasing his dynamic playmaking abilities. His time at Georgia also demonstrated his talent, despite facing competition for targets. Notably, Burton's deep-threat capability was highlighted by his high average depth of target (aDOT) and impressive efficiency (zero recorded drops in 2023) making him a promising prospect for the Bengals after being drafted in the third round. While concerns exist regarding occasional off-field issues, Burton's potential impact in Cincinnati's passing game could be significant, especially given the uncertainty surrounding Tee Higgins' future with the team.
3 days ago
Demarcus Robinson Note
Demarcus Robinson photo 84. Demarcus Robinson LAR (vs . SEA)
Kendrick Bourne Note
Kendrick Bourne photo 85. Kendrick Bourne NE (vs . BUF)
The Patriots re-signed Kendrick Bourne to a 3-year, $19.5 million contract. He will be 29 years old in 2024, coming off a Week 8 torn ACL injury. Before his injury, Bourne was the fantasy WR28 averaging 10.2 points per game in half-PPR (38th). Led the Patriots with a 19.4% target share with a 28% air yards share. He will likely be in the starter's chair until a rookie or younger WR usurps him on the depth chart.
3 weeks ago
Malachi Corley Note
Malachi Corley photo 86. Malachi Corley NYJ (vs . MIA)
Malachi Corley demonstrated consistent productivity at Western Kentucky, particularly excelling in creating yards after the catch. Despite his smaller stature, his thick frame allowed him to navigate through defenses effectively. However, concerns arise regarding his play style being more akin to a running back than a traditional receiver. Coupled with doubts about the Jets' offensive creativity, Corley's potential may be limited in their system. Despite being a third-round pick, I'd exercise caution in investing in him for fantasy purposes.
2 weeks ago
Javon Baker Note
Javon Baker photo 87. Javon Baker NE (vs . BUF)
Javon Baker's path to the NFL took a significant turn when he transferred from Alabama to UCF, where he excelled with impressive dominator ratings in his final two seasons. Standing at 6-foot-1 and 202 pounds, Baker's skill set as a big-play threat was evident, highlighted by his high average yards per reception and yards after catch ability. Often compared to DeVonta Smith, Baker brings added size and route-running prowess to the table. Drafted by the Patriots in the fourth round, he joins a team with a relatively thin receiver depth chart, offering him ample opportunity to shine. Despite being chosen after Ja'Lynn Polk, Baker's consistent ability to make plays downfield suggests a high ceiling and the potential to emerge as a key figure in New England's passing game.
3 days ago
Rondale Moore Note
Rondale Moore photo 88. Rondale Moore ATL (vs . CAR)
Zay Jones Note
Zay Jones photo 89. Zay Jones ARI (vs . SF)
Zay Jones' 2023 season was marred by injuries, limiting his impact to just 34 receptions for 321 yards and 2 touchdowns in 9 games. Despite the challenges, his performance in the final four games hinted at his potential when healthy, averaging 8 fantasy points and just south of 10 targets/game. His signing with the Arizona Cardinals after being released presents a fresh opportunity, and if he can maintain his health, he could become a valuable asset in their offense as No. 3 option.
1 day ago
Devontez Walker Note
Devontez Walker photo 90. Devontez Walker BAL (vs . CLE)
Devontez Walker's college career showcased his explosiveness and knack for making big plays, especially evident in his remarkable dominator rating at Kent State. Despite his impressive physical attributes and speed, Walker's limitations in generating yards after the catch are notable. Drawing comparisons to Marvin Jones, he presents significant upside but also carries a boom-or-bust label, highly dependent on his landing spot for optimal performance. Joining the Ravens in the fourth round offers him the opportunity to work with Lamar Jackson, but he faces competition for targets in a crowded receiving corps led by Zay Flowers and Mark Andrews. Walker's success in the NFL may hinge on his ability to carve out a role in a balanced offensive scheme.
2 weeks ago
Tyler Boyd Note
Tyler Boyd photo 91. Tyler Boyd FA (BYE)
Tyler Boyd had 67 receptions on 98 targets, totaling 667 receiving yards at an average of 10 yards per catch, with a long catch of 64 yards. Boyd found the end zone twice. Over 17 games, Boyd earned 112.3 fantasy points, averaging 6.6 points per game as the WR64 in points per game. He will likely be a nice depth piece for the Titans in 2024, and possibly provide some early in-season production as he turns 30 years old.
1 day ago
Jalen McMillan Note
Jalen McMillan photo 92. Jalen McMillan TB (vs . NO)
Jalen McMillan's trajectory from his breakout season at Washington to his selection by the Buccaneers in the third round underscores his potential as a promising NFL receiver. Despite facing challenges like injuries and reduced opportunities in his final collegiate year, McMillan's strong route-running skills and experience in the slot position position him well for success at the professional level. He led the Washington Huskies in targets and catches in 2022 despite playing with future 1st and 2nd round picks.
With a clear path to the WR3 role in Tampa Bay's offense and the possibility of further advancement to WR2 in the coming seasons, McMillan's combination of talent and opportunity could make him a valuable asset.
1 day ago
A.T. Perry Note
A.T. Perry photo 93. A.T. Perry NO (at TB)
K.J. Osborn Note
K.J. Osborn photo 94. K.J. Osborn NE (vs . BUF)
Alec Pierce Note
Alec Pierce photo 95. Alec Pierce IND (vs . JAC)
Trey Palmer Note
Trey Palmer photo 96. Trey Palmer TB (vs . NO)
Jacob Cowing Note
Jacob Cowing photo 97. Jacob Cowing SF (at ARI)
Jacob Cowing, though lacking in size at under 5-foot-9 and 168 pounds, compensates with exceptional speed, agility, and precise route-running, making him a constant threat on the field. With a career dominator rating of 32%, Cowing's dominance at Arizona and UTEP is undeniable, highlighted by elite single-season marks of 42% and 41% in 2020 and 2021 respectively. Despite concerns about his size, his senior year showcased his ability to stretch the field and create after the catch, amassing 89 receptions for 868 yards and 13 touchdowns. While a Senior Bowl injury may have dampened his stock, Cowing's K.J. Hamler-esque profile and sub-4.4 speed make him an intriguing prospect, particularly in a Kyle Shanahan-style offense like the one in San Francisco, where undersized receivers have thrived before.
2 weeks ago
Brenden Rice Note
Brenden Rice photo 98. Brenden Rice LAC (at LV)
Brenden Rice brings a compelling combination of size, athleticism, and football pedigree to the wide receiver position, standing out with his 6'3" frame and impressive physical presence. While his collegiate journey included a breakout season at Colorado and a productive senior year at USC, his final season dominator rating fell slightly below expectations. Nevertheless, Rice's ability to make an impact in the red zone and his proficiency in catching touchdowns highlight his potential as a scoring threat at the next level. His comparison to Josh Palmer underscores the importance of his quarterback and offensive situation in maximizing his impact on the field. Joining the Chargers in the seventh round presents Rice with an opportunity to continue his development and carve out a role in their offense.
2 weeks ago
Josh Reynolds Note
Josh Reynolds photo 99. Josh Reynolds DEN (vs . KC)
Cedric Tillman Note
Cedric Tillman photo 100. Cedric Tillman CLE (at BAL)
Andrei Iosivas Note
Andrei Iosivas photo 101. Andrei Iosivas CIN (at PIT)
Odell Beckham Jr. Note
Odell Beckham Jr. photo 102. Odell Beckham Jr. MIA (at NYJ)
Odell Beckham Jr.'s tenure with the Ravens in 2023 didn't meet expectations, but he showed flashes of his former self, particularly in the second half of the season. Despite turning 31, he maintained his ability as a deep threat, ranking highly in average depth of target and PFF receiving grade. His signing with the Dolphins on a one-year deal provides him with a fresh start and the opportunity to contribute in a potentially more favorable offensive environment. While he may not be the fantasy star he once was, he still holds value as a matchup-dependent option or in case of injuries to Miami's receiving corps.
1 day ago
DJ Chark Jr. Note
DJ Chark Jr. photo 103. DJ Chark Jr. LAC (at LV)
The 27-year-old is hitting free agency (again) after playing a complimentary role with the Panthers in 2023. Chark caught a long pass that was initially ruled a TD in Week 18, but it was overturned to a fumble through the end zone. Woof. He is a free agent in 2024 and will likely land on a new team as a complimentary deep threat who misses games with injuries.
Chark was the WR58 overall in 2023, averaging 6.5 points per game (65th). He led the Panthers in TDs (5) and posted over 1,000 air yards on a team-high 31% air yards share (33rd). No player had more air yards with fewer targets (66) than Chark despite two missed games. D.J. Chark signed with the Chargers after the NFL Draft to a one-year deal worth $5 million.
2 weeks ago
Michael Thomas Note
Michael Thomas photo 104. Michael Thomas FA (BYE)
Michael Gallup Note
Michael Gallup photo 105. Michael Gallup LV (vs . LAC)
Signed with the Raiders in free agency after being released by the Dallas Cowboys.
2 weeks ago
DeVante Parker Note
DeVante Parker photo 106. DeVante Parker PHI (vs . NYG)
Kadarius Toney Note
Kadarius Toney photo 107. Kadarius Toney KC (at DEN)
Noah Brown Note
Noah Brown photo 108. Noah Brown HOU (at TEN)
Robert Woods Note
Robert Woods photo 109. Robert Woods HOU (at TEN)
Tyler Scott Note
Tyler Scott photo 110. Tyler Scott CHI (at GB)
Luke McCaffrey Note
Luke McCaffrey photo 111. Luke McCaffrey WAS (at DAL)
Luke McCaffrey's transition from QB to WR has been met with optimism, particularly given his impressive draft position in the third round by the Washington Commanders. Despite his relatively short time playing WR, McCaffrey's elite athletic pedigree and notable collegiate performance at Rice, where he commanded a 30% target share, suggest he could emerge as a valuable asset in Kliff Kingsbury's offense from the slot. While caution is often warranted with receivers drafted ahead of consensus rankings, McCaffrey's Day 2 draft capital should warrant attention from fantasy managers, especially given the potential opportunity in Washington's offense.
1 day ago
Hunter Renfrow Note
Hunter Renfrow photo 112. Hunter Renfrow FA (BYE)
Marquez Valdes-Scantling Note
Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 113. Marquez Valdes-Scantling BUF (at NE)
Allen Lazard Note
Allen Lazard photo 114. Allen Lazard NYJ (vs . MIA)
Tutu Atwell Note
Tutu Atwell photo 115. Tutu Atwell LAR (vs . SEA)
JuJu Smith-Schuster Note
JuJu Smith-Schuster photo 116. JuJu Smith-Schuster NE (vs . BUF)
John Metchie III Note
John Metchie III photo 117. John Metchie III HOU (at TEN)
Greg Dortch Note
Greg Dortch photo 118. Greg Dortch ARI (vs . SF)
Malik Washington Note
Malik Washington photo 119. Malik Washington MIA (at NYJ)
Malik Washington's collegiate success at Virginia, highlighted by a dominant 47% dominator rating and nearly 1,400 receiving yards, translated well to the NFL Combine, where he showcased exceptional athleticism, with his remarkable 42.5-inch vertical jump. Despite his smaller stature, Washington's abilities as a YAC specialist make him a valuable addition to the Dolphins' offense, especially alongside playmakers like Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. With Coach Mike McDaniel's evident enthusiasm for Washington's potential, coupled with the opportunity afforded by Miami's offensive scheme and quarterback talent, Washington could outperform expectations as a Day 3 pick.
1 day ago
Skyy Moore Note
Skyy Moore photo 120. Skyy Moore KC (at DEN)
Donovan Peoples-Jones Note
Donovan Peoples-Jones photo 121. Donovan Peoples-Jones DET (vs . MIN)
Jalen Tolbert Note
Jalen Tolbert photo 122. Jalen Tolbert DAL (vs . WAS)
Tre Tucker Note
Tre Tucker photo 123. Tre Tucker LV (vs . LAC)
Jauan Jennings Note
Jauan Jennings photo 124. Jauan Jennings SF (at ARI)
Nelson Agholor Note
Nelson Agholor photo 125. Nelson Agholor BAL (vs . CLE)
Bo Melton Note
Bo Melton photo 126. Bo Melton GB (vs . CHI)
Johnny Wilson Note
Johnny Wilson photo 127. Johnny Wilson PHI (vs . NYG)
Johnny Wilson brings a unique blend of size and athleticism to the wide receiver position, standing out with his imposing 6'6" frame. While he faced challenges with a late breakout age and a dip in production in his final collegiate season, his standout performances at Florida State underscore his potential as a red zone threat and contested catch specialist. Wilson's ability to exceed expectations in terms of target rate highlights his impact on the field, despite any statistical fluctuations. The interest from NFL teams in potentially transitioning him to tight end adds another dimension to his potential role at the next level, offering fantasy managers additional flexibility in their roster considerations. Joining the Eagles in the sixth round presents an opportunity for Wilson to further develop and carve out a niche in Philadelphia's offense.
2 weeks ago
Xavier Hutchinson Note
Xavier Hutchinson photo 128. Xavier Hutchinson HOU (at TEN)
Calvin Austin III Note
Calvin Austin III photo 129. Calvin Austin III PIT (vs . CIN)
Mack Hollins Note
Mack Hollins photo 130. Mack Hollins BUF (at NE)
Mack Hollins is entering his age 31 season (wait what) and signed with the Buffalo Bills this offseason, presumably to operate as a field-stretcher and downfield blocker. Our new cardio king.
Hollins has only had one productive season in the NFL (2022 with the Raiders as the fantasy WR41) when finished 10th in routes run per dropbacks (93%) and commanded 1,153 air yards as the clear-cut No. 2 wide receiver.
The journeyman new landing spot will likely be completely overlooked by fantasy managers, but a WR running a route on 90% or more of Josh Allen's dropbacks (the Gabe Davis role) is pretty tantalizing, especially at a free price tag.
Just don't get carried away with Hollins as anything more than a depth fantasy WR4/5 a best. Worth an addition in deeper WR formats.
9 weeks ago
Charlie Jones Note
Charlie Jones photo 131. Charlie Jones CIN (at PIT)
Justin Watson Note
Justin Watson photo 132. Justin Watson KC (at DEN)
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine Note
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine photo 133. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine TEN (vs . HOU)
Kalif Raymond Note
Kalif Raymond photo 134. Kalif Raymond DET (vs . MIN)
Ainias Smith Note
Ainias Smith photo 135. Ainias Smith PHI (vs . NYG)
Ainias Smith emerged as a versatile playmaker for the Aggies, showcasing his skills both as a receiver and running back. Despite a setback in 2022 due to injury and off-field issues, he rebounded in his final season with impressive receiving yardage and punt return ability. While not the fastest, his dynamic open-field prowess and versatility make him an intriguing prospect, especially for teams like the Philadelphia Eagles, who have shown interest in him during the pre-draft process. If Smith can put his red flags behind him, he has the potential to contribute early on, possibly even cracking the starting lineup in Philadelphia's receiver corps.
2 weeks ago
Parker Washington Note
Parker Washington photo 136. Parker Washington JAC (at IND)
Tyquan Thornton Note
Tyquan Thornton photo 137. Tyquan Thornton NE (vs . BUF)
Van Jefferson Note
Van Jefferson photo 138. Van Jefferson PIT (vs . CIN)
Tim Patrick Note
Tim Patrick photo 139. Tim Patrick DEN (vs . KC)
Jamari Thrash Note
Jamari Thrash photo 140. Jamari Thrash CLE (at BAL)
Jamari Thrash's college career boasted impressive production, highlighted by his standout seasons at both Georgia State and Louisville. His ability to consistently produce at a high level, even after transferring to a higher level of competition, speaks to his maturity and readiness for the NFL. Thrash's agility and skill in gaining yards after the catch stand out as key strengths, evidenced by his rankings in YAC/reception and broken tackle rate. However, his vertical game and route consistency are areas that may need refinement at the next level. Joining the Browns in the fifth round offers him an opportunity to further develop under NFL coaching while competing for a role in their receiving corps.
2 weeks ago
Isaiah Hodgins Note
Isaiah Hodgins photo 141. Isaiah Hodgins NYG (at PHI)
Cedrick Wilson Jr. Note
Cedrick Wilson Jr. photo 142. Cedrick Wilson Jr. NO (at TB)
Terrace Marshall Jr. Note
Terrace Marshall Jr. photo 143. Terrace Marshall Jr. CAR (at ATL)
Mecole Hardman Jr. Note
Mecole Hardman Jr. photo 144. Mecole Hardman Jr. FA (BYE)
Chase Claypool Note
Chase Claypool photo 145. Chase Claypool BUF (at NE)
David Bell Note
David Bell photo 146. David Bell CLE (at BAL)
Kyle Philips Note
Kyle Philips photo 147. Kyle Philips TEN (vs . HOU)
Parris Campbell Note
Parris Campbell photo 148. Parris Campbell PHI (vs . NYG)
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 149. Isaiah McKenzie NYG (at PHI)
Braxton Berrios Note
Braxton Berrios photo 150. Braxton Berrios MIA (at NYJ)
Brandon Powell Note
Brandon Powell photo 151. Brandon Powell MIN (at DET)
Jamison Crowder Note
Jamison Crowder photo 152. Jamison Crowder WAS (at DAL)
Quez Watkins Note
Quez Watkins photo 153. Quez Watkins PIT (vs . CIN)
Xavier Gipson Note
Xavier Gipson photo 154. Xavier Gipson NYJ (vs . MIA)
Justyn Ross Note
Justyn Ross photo 155. Justyn Ross KC (at DEN)
Chris Moore Note
Chris Moore photo 156. Chris Moore ARI (vs . SF)
Dyami Brown Note
Dyami Brown photo 157. Dyami Brown WAS (at DAL)
Allen Robinson II Note
Allen Robinson II photo 158. Allen Robinson II NYG (at PHI)
Trenton Irwin Note
Trenton Irwin photo 159. Trenton Irwin CIN (at PIT)
Tahj Washington Note
Tahj Washington photo 160. Tahj Washington MIA (at NYJ)
Tahj Washington caught 13 of his 15 deep targets in 2023 (87%). Perfect passer rating generated on deep targets from Caleb Williams.
Broke out at an early age in 2020 at Memphis while competing for targets with Calvin Austin III, before transferring to USC the last three seasons. 5-foot-10 and 174 pounds, he is definitely on the smaller side of this WR class. Posted his most productive season this past year, with over 1,000 yards and 8 TDs (23% dominator rating). Counting stats were not elite, but he was absurdly efficient. Exceptional route runner, slot player and useful after the catch. Second in the class in both YAC/reception and broken missed tackle per reception. He was drafted by the Dolphins in Round 7.
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Jalen Guyton Note
Jalen Guyton photo 161. Jalen Guyton LV (vs . LAC)
Olamide Zaccheaus Note
Olamide Zaccheaus photo 162. Olamide Zaccheaus WAS (at DAL)
KaVontae Turpin Note
KaVontae Turpin photo 163. KaVontae Turpin DAL (vs . WAS)
Jha'Quan Jackson Note
Jha'Quan Jackson photo 164. Jha'Quan Jackson TEN (vs . HOU)
Laviska Shenault Jr. Note
Laviska Shenault Jr. photo 165. Laviska Shenault Jr. SEA (at LAR)
Ryan Flournoy Note
Ryan Flournoy photo 166. Ryan Flournoy DAL (vs . WAS)
Lil'Jordan Humphrey Note
Lil'Jordan Humphrey photo 167. Lil'Jordan Humphrey DEN (vs . KC)
Jake Bobo Note
Jake Bobo photo 168. Jake Bobo SEA (at LAR)
Richie James Jr. Note
Richie James Jr. photo 169. Richie James Jr. FA (BYE)
Trent Sherfield Sr. Note
Trent Sherfield Sr. photo 170. Trent Sherfield Sr. MIN (at DET)
Emeka Egbuka Note
Emeka Egbuka photo 171. Emeka Egbuka FA (BYE)
Derius Davis Note
Derius Davis photo 172. Derius Davis LAC (at LV)
Josh Crockett Note
Josh Crockett photo 173. Josh Crockett FA (BYE)
Deonte Harty Note
Deonte Harty photo 174. Deonte Harty BAL (vs . CLE)
Cornelius Johnson Note
Cornelius Johnson photo 175. Cornelius Johnson LAC (at LV)
Kayshon Boutte Note
Kayshon Boutte photo 176. Kayshon Boutte NE (vs . BUF)
Devin Duvernay Note
Devin Duvernay photo 177. Devin Duvernay JAC (at IND)
Jason Brownlee Note
Jason Brownlee photo 178. Jason Brownlee NYJ (vs . MIA)
Malik Heath Note
Malik Heath photo 179. Malik Heath GB (vs . CHI)
Bub Means Note
Bub Means photo 180. Bub Means NO (at TB)
Brandon Johnson Note
Brandon Johnson photo 181. Brandon Johnson DEN (vs . KC)
Jamal Agnew Note
Jamal Agnew photo 182. Jamal Agnew FA (BYE)
Xavier Weaver Note
Xavier Weaver photo 183. Xavier Weaver ARI (vs . SF)
David Moore Note
David Moore photo 184. David Moore CAR (at ATL)
River Cracraft Note
River Cracraft photo 185. River Cracraft MIA (at NYJ)
Sterling Shepard Note
Sterling Shepard photo 186. Sterling Shepard FA (BYE)
Ihmir Smith-Marsette Note
Ihmir Smith-Marsette photo 187. Ihmir Smith-Marsette CAR (at ATL)
Jordan Whittington Note
Jordan Whittington photo 188. Jordan Whittington LAR (vs . SEA)
Deven Thompkins Note
Deven Thompkins photo 189. Deven Thompkins TB (vs . NO)
Ronnie Bell Note
Ronnie Bell photo 190. Ronnie Bell SF (at ARI)
Isaiah Williams Note
Isaiah Williams photo 191. Isaiah Williams DET (vs . MIN)
Equanimeous St. Brown Note
Equanimeous St. Brown photo 192. Equanimeous St. Brown NO (at TB)
Rakim Jarrett Note
Rakim Jarrett photo 193. Rakim Jarrett TB (vs . NO)
Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint Note
Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint photo 194. Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint WAS (at DAL)
Marvin Jones Jr. Note
Marvin Jones Jr. photo 195. Marvin Jones Jr. FA (BYE)
Isaiah Williams Note
Isaiah Williams photo 196. Isaiah Williams FA (BYE)
Jalen Nailor Note
Jalen Nailor photo 197. Jalen Nailor MIN (at DET)
Anthony Gould Note
Anthony Gould photo 198. Anthony Gould IND (vs . JAC)
Russell Gage Note
Russell Gage photo 199. Russell Gage FA (BYE)
Ray-Ray McCloud III Note
Ray-Ray McCloud III photo 200. Ray-Ray McCloud III ATL (vs . CAR)
Jalen Reagor Note
Jalen Reagor photo 201. Jalen Reagor NE (vs . BUF)
KhaDarel Hodge Note
KhaDarel Hodge photo 202. KhaDarel Hodge ATL (vs . CAR)
Alex Erickson Note
Alex Erickson photo 203. Alex Erickson FA (BYE)
Julio Jones Note
Julio Jones photo 204. Julio Jones FA (BYE)
Scotty Miller Note
Scotty Miller photo 205. Scotty Miller PIT (vs . CIN)
Erik Ezukanma Note
Erik Ezukanma photo 206. Erik Ezukanma MIA (at NYJ)
Lawrence Cager Note
Lawrence Cager photo 207. Lawrence Cager NYG (at PHI)
Tyler Davis Note
Tyler Davis photo 208. Tyler Davis FA (BYE)
Samori Toure Note
Samori Toure photo 209. Samori Toure GB (vs . CHI)
Casey Washington Note
Casey Washington photo 210. Casey Washington ATL (vs . CAR)
Tejhaun Palmer Note
Tejhaun Palmer photo 211. Tejhaun Palmer ARI (vs . SF)
Ben Skowronek Note
Ben Skowronek photo 212. Ben Skowronek HOU (at TEN)
Denzel Mims Note
Denzel Mims photo 213. Denzel Mims PIT (vs . CIN)
Lynn Bowden Jr. Note
Lynn Bowden Jr. photo 214. Lynn Bowden Jr. NO (at TB)
Tim Jones Note
Tim Jones photo 215. Tim Jones JAC (at IND)
Tre'Quan Smith Note
Tre'Quan Smith photo 216. Tre'Quan Smith DET (vs . MIN)
Mike Strachan Note
Mike Strachan photo 217. Mike Strachan CAR (at ATL)
Jaxon Janke Note
Jaxon Janke photo 218. Jaxon Janke HOU (at TEN)
Keith Kirkwood Note
Keith Kirkwood photo 219. Keith Kirkwood FA (BYE)
Marquise Goodwin Note
Marquise Goodwin photo 220. Marquise Goodwin FA (BYE)
Ty James Note
Ty James photo 221. Ty James MIN (at DET)
Trishton Jackson Note
Trishton Jackson photo 222. Trishton Jackson MIN (at DET)
Devaughn Vele Note
Devaughn Vele photo 223. Devaughn Vele DEN (vs . KC)
Devron Harper Note
Devron Harper photo 224. Devron Harper MIN (at DET)
Velus Jones Jr. Note
Velus Jones Jr. photo 225. Velus Jones Jr. CHI (at GB)
Byron Pringle Note
Byron Pringle photo 226. Byron Pringle FA (BYE)
Justin Shorter Note
Justin Shorter photo 227. Justin Shorter BUF (at NE)
Mason Tipton Note
Mason Tipton photo 228. Mason Tipton NO (at TB)
Robbie Chosen Note
Robbie Chosen photo 229. Robbie Chosen FA (BYE)
Martavis Bryant Note
Martavis Bryant photo 230. Martavis Bryant FA (BYE)
J. Michael Sturdivant Note
J. Michael Sturdivant photo 231. J. Michael Sturdivant FA (BYE)
Zach Pascal Note
Zach Pascal photo 232. Zach Pascal ARI (vs . SF)
Marquez Callaway Note
Marquez Callaway photo 233. Marquez Callaway PIT (vs . CIN)
Quintez Cephus Note
Quintez Cephus photo 234. Quintez Cephus FA (BYE)
N'Keal Harry Note
N'Keal Harry photo 235. N'Keal Harry MIN (at DET)
Reggie Begelton Note
Reggie Begelton photo 236. Reggie Begelton FA (BYE)
KJ Hamler Note
KJ Hamler photo 237. KJ Hamler BUF (at NE)
DeAndre Carter Note
DeAndre Carter photo 238. DeAndre Carter FA (BYE)
Tyre Brady Note
Tyre Brady photo 239. Tyre Brady FA (BYE)
D.J. Montgomery Note
D.J. Montgomery photo 240. D.J. Montgomery IND (vs . JAC)
De'Corian Clark Note
De'Corian Clark photo 241. De'Corian Clark FA (BYE)
Dee Eskridge Note
Dee Eskridge photo 242. Dee Eskridge SEA (at LAR)
Jarvis Landry Note
Jarvis Landry photo 243. Jarvis Landry FA (BYE)
Randall Cobb Note
Randall Cobb photo 244. Randall Cobb FA (BYE)
Jalen Brooks Note
Jalen Brooks photo 245. Jalen Brooks DAL (vs . WAS)
Elijah Cooks Note
Elijah Cooks photo 246. Elijah Cooks JAC (at IND)
Keelan Doss Note
Keelan Doss photo 247. Keelan Doss LAC (at LV)
Bisi Johnson Note
Bisi Johnson photo 248. Bisi Johnson FA (BYE)
Steven Sims Jr. Note
Steven Sims Jr. photo 249. Steven Sims Jr. HOU (at TEN)
Simi Fehoko Note
Simi Fehoko photo 250. Simi Fehoko LAC (at LV)
Austin Trammell Note
Austin Trammell photo 251. Austin Trammell LAR (vs . SEA)
Jeff Foreman Note
Jeff Foreman photo 252. Jeff Foreman LV (vs . LAC)
Cody Thompson Note
Cody Thompson photo 253. Cody Thompson SEA (at LAR)
Mason Kinsey Note
Mason Kinsey photo 254. Mason Kinsey TEN (vs . HOU)
Antoine Green Note
Antoine Green photo 255. Antoine Green DET (vs . MIN)
Colton Dowell Note
Colton Dowell photo 256. Colton Dowell TEN (vs . HOU)
Andy Isabella Note
Andy Isabella photo 257. Andy Isabella BUF (at NE)
Juwann Winfree Note
Juwann Winfree photo 258. Juwann Winfree IND (vs . JAC)
Ramel Keyton Note
Ramel Keyton photo 259. Ramel Keyton LV (vs . LAC)
Collin Johnson Note
Collin Johnson photo 260. Collin Johnson CHI (at GB)
Tylan Wallace Note
Tylan Wallace photo 261. Tylan Wallace BAL (vs . CLE)
Lance McCutcheon Note
Lance McCutcheon photo 262. Lance McCutcheon NYJ (vs . MIA)
Trent Taylor Note
Trent Taylor photo 263. Trent Taylor SF (at ARI)
Stanley Morgan Jr. Note
Stanley Morgan Jr. photo 264. Stanley Morgan Jr. NO (at TB)
Kwamie Lassiter II Note
Kwamie Lassiter II photo 265. Kwamie Lassiter II CIN (at PIT)
Gunner Olszewski Note
Gunner Olszewski photo 266. Gunner Olszewski NYG (at PHI)
Britain Covey Note
Britain Covey photo 267. Britain Covey PHI (vs . NYG)
Phillip Dorsett II Note
Phillip Dorsett II photo 268. Phillip Dorsett II DEN (vs . KC)
Kaden Davis Note
Kaden Davis photo 269. Kaden Davis DET (vs . MIN)
Daniel Arias Note
Daniel Arias photo 270. Daniel Arias ARI (vs . SF)
Jeff Cotton Jr. Note
Jeff Cotton Jr. photo 271. Jeff Cotton Jr. FA (BYE)
Penny Hart Note
Penny Hart photo 272. Penny Hart FA (BYE)
Anthony Miller Note
Anthony Miller photo 273. Anthony Miller FA (BYE)
Danny Gray Note
Danny Gray photo 274. Danny Gray SF (at ARI)
Irvin Charles Note
Irvin Charles photo 275. Irvin Charles NYJ (vs . MIA)
Damiere Byrd Note
Damiere Byrd photo 276. Damiere Byrd WAS (at DAL)