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Week 15 Rankings
DeAndre Hopkins photo 1. DeAndre Hopkins HOU (at TEN)
Michael Thomas photo 2. Michael Thomas NO (vs . IND)
Tyreek Hill photo 3. Tyreek Hill KC (vs . DEN)
Chris Godwin photo 4. Chris Godwin TB (at DET)
Davante Adams photo 5. Davante Adams GB (vs . CHI)
D.J. Moore photo 6. D.J. Moore CAR (vs . SEA)
Julian Edelman photo 7. Julian Edelman NE (at CIN)
Julio Jones photo 8. Julio Jones ATL (at SF)
Allen Robinson photo 9. Allen Robinson CHI (at GB)
Kenny Golladay photo 10. Kenny Golladay DET (vs . TB)
Cooper Kupp photo 11. Cooper Kupp LAR (at DAL)
Keenan Allen photo 12. Keenan Allen LAC (vs . MIN)
Jarvis Landry photo 13. Jarvis Landry CLE (at ARI)
He's now totaled at least 62 yards in 9-of-13 games, something only seven receivers can say. The difference is that Landry has had the touchdowns (particularly over the last six games) that Beckham hasn't. The Cardinals have a struggling secondary that's allowed 14 different receivers to hit 60-plus yards, which includes slot-heavy receivers Tyler Boyd, Danny Amendola, Golden Tate, Chris Godwin, and Cooper Kupp. They now have former undrafted free agent Kevin Peterson covering the slot. He's played just 348 snaps in the NFL over his four years in the league. While in coverage this year, he's allowed 15-of-21 passing for 241 yards, though he hasn't been responsible for a touchdown in his coverage yet. It's not just Peterson, either, as the entire team has combined to allow 94-of-117 passing for 1,210 yards and 11 touchdowns in the slot. That's an 80.3 percent catch-rate, 10.3 yards per target, and a touchdown every 10.6 targets. How bad is that? Michael Thomas has a 82.3 percent catch-rate, 9.7 yards per target, and scores a touchdown every 21.0 targets. Landry should be locked into lineups as a rock-solid WR2 with top-12 upside.
2 days ago
Robert Woods photo 14. Robert Woods LAR (at DAL)
Amari Cooper photo 15. Amari Cooper DAL (vs . LAR)
Stefon Diggs photo 16. Stefon Diggs MIN (at LAC)
Courtland Sutton photo 17. Courtland Sutton DEN (at KC)
Through two games with Lock, it hasn't been bad for Sutton, though it hasn't been great, either. After catching 4-of-5 passes for 74 yards and two touchdowns in his first start, he saw a solid seven targets, but netted just five catches for 34 scoreless yards. The fact that Lock has been competent is the best news, as the numbers should follow. The Chiefs have done a great job with perimeter wide receivers this year, as both Charvarius Ward and Bashaud Breeland have been solid. The duo has combined to allow just 56-of-115 passing for 894 yards and four touchdowns in their coverage, which is a 48.7 percent catch-rate, 7.77 yards per target, and a touchdown every 28.8 targets. Would you believe they've allowed just eight top-30 wide receiver performances on the season? Fortunately, Sutton was one of them when he hauled in 6-of-8 targets for 87 yards, though that was when Emmanuel Sanders was still on the team. You're starting Sutton as a middling WR2 in this matchup but understand it hasn't been a kind matchup to many receivers.
2 days ago
A.J. Brown photo 18. A.J. Brown TEN (vs . HOU)
Odell Beckham Jr. photo 19. Odell Beckham Jr. CLE (at ARI)
News came out prior to last week's game that Beckham has been playing through a hernia that will require offseason surgery. Apparently, the injury was prior to the season started, which is obviously not great news for those who invested a first-round pick on him. Despite this injury, Beckham has totaled 52-plus yards in 9-of-13 games, which is something only 17 other receivers can say. The issue has been his ceiling, as it hasn't existed. He's topped 87 yards just twice all year, which will keep him in WR2/3 territory no matter how consistent he is. Is the Cardinals matchup good enough to take him into top-12 territory? There have been 12 wide receivers who've seen eight or more targets against the Cardinals this year, with each of them totaling at least 13.4 PPR points, which is typically enough to get into the top-30 receivers for the week. Six of those receivers finished as top-12 options on the week. Even if the Cardinals choose to have Patrick Peterson shadow him, it's not a bad thing, as Peterson has been a shell of his former self, allowing 31-of-39 passing for 440 yards and three touchdowns in his coverage. Beckham may be a shell of his former self as well, but he's still someone who should be in lineups as a mid-to-low-end WR2 this week.
2 days ago
Michael Gallup photo 20. Michael Gallup DAL (vs . LAR)
Emmanuel Sanders photo 21. Emmanuel Sanders SF (vs . ATL)
Tyler Lockett photo 22. Tyler Lockett SEA (at CAR)
It's now been four straight games where Lockett has been outside the top-50 fantasy receivers. That comes after nine straight games as the WR46 or better. Clearly, the leg injury he sustained in that 49ers game affected him. He's playing a full complement of snaps, so we have to think he'll bounce back at some point. The Panthers are probably the best team to do it against, as they have James Bradberry and Donte Jackson on the perimeter with Ross Cockrell in the slot. While Cockrell is a solid NFL cornerback when healthy, he's not a slot cornerback. He's allowed 16-of-23 passing for 133 yards and a touchdown in his slot coverage, but just 12-of-32 passing for 212 yards and no touchdowns on the perimeter. We've seen Chris Godwin (twice), Dede Westbrook, Larry Fitzgerald, and Adam Humphries all finish as top-36 options against them. I'm trusting Lockett as a middling WR2 this week and expecting him to bounce back in a big way.
2 days ago
Christian Kirk photo 23. Christian Kirk ARI (vs . CLE)
John Brown photo 24. John Brown BUF (at PIT)
D.K. Metcalf photo 25. D.K. Metcalf SEA (at CAR)
Deebo Samuel photo 26. Deebo Samuel SF (vs . ATL)
With Sanders on the team, Samuel has emerged as the ideal No. 2 receiver in Kyle Shanahan's offense. Some may call him the No. 1 but Sanders is the one coordinators are most concerned with. Still, Samuel has seen seven-plus targets in four of the last six games and he's continually produced, as you'd have to go back to Week 9 to find the last time he finished with less than 13.0 PPR points. He's the WR11 since the start of Week 10. Shanahan has done a good job moving the receivers around, though Samuel's primary matchup will be with Isaiah Oliver, who has allowed a 110.7 QB Rating in his coverage this year. Receivers have hauled in 68 percent of passes while averaging a healthy 13.6 yards per reception. Knowing the Falcons allow the second-most fantasy points per target, Samuel should be in lineups as a WR3 this week who comes with upside for more.
10 hours ago
Terry McLaurin photo 27. Terry McLaurin WAS (vs . PHI)
Let's get this straight: McLaurin is a very good receiver. This does not automatically make him a very good fantasy receiver. I understand the 'want' to play him every week, I really do. The sad reality is that he's failed to record more than four receptions in eight of his last nine games and has caught just one touchdown over his last seven games. If you didn't see what it required for him to get that one touchdown, go back and watch his highlights from last week. It was remarkable. The Eagles secondary is one to attack, and particularly on the perimeter, as the combination of Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills have allowed 60-of-101 passing for 929 yards and nine touchdowns in their coverage this year. We just got done watching fellow rookie Darius Slayton torch Darby for 150-plus yards and two touchdowns on Monday night. The 59.6 percent catch-rate the Eagles have allowed to receivers isn't great, but they make up for that allowing 14.76 yards per reception. Considering McLaurin relies on big plays to have fantasy value right now, this is a good thing, as is the fact that they've allowed 18 touchdowns to receivers, which is the tied for the third-most in football. McLaurin finds a way to remain on the low-end WR3 radar.
1 day ago
Sterling Shepard photo 28. Sterling Shepard NYG (vs . MIA)
Mike Williams photo 29. Mike Williams LAC (vs . MIN)
Alert the press! Williams scored a touchdown last week, his first of the year. He did so while seeing just three targets for the third time in the last five games, which is rather concerning. He's now snagged a 40-plus-yard reception in six straight games. What's the record on that? Despite the lack in elite targets, he's totaled at least 55 yards in nine of his last 11 games. The Vikings have allowed an NFL-high 21 wide receivers to post WR3-type numbers this year, with 18 of those games going to primary perimeter receivers, which Williams is. The Vikings have also allowed the 14th-most pass plays that have gone for 40-plus yards. It seems like Xavier Rhodes will try to play this week, and that would be good news for Williams, as Rhodes has been among the worst cornerbacks in football. Not just that, but Mike Hughes also had to leave the game with an oblique injury last week. With everyone healthy, the Vikings have allowed the ninth-most PPR points per target to receivers. Williams should remain in lineups as a solid WR3 who has some serious upside.
7 hours ago
Tyler Boyd photo 30. Tyler Boyd CIN (vs . NE)
Zach Pascal photo 31. Zach Pascal IND (at NO)
Robby Anderson photo 32. Robby Anderson NYJ (at BAL)
Dede Westbrook photo 33. Dede Westbrook JAC (at OAK)
After being seen with a scooter and a walking boot following last week's game, DJ Chark is likely closer to doubtful than questionable. This opens the door for slot receiver Dede Westbrook to see more work, as he has done in every game that Chark has struggled this season. Chark has been held under 50 yards in five games this season. Westbrook was active for four of these games and, in each instance, he was the leading receiver on the team, averaging 62 yards on 7.8 targets, and he also found the end zone once. Westbrook has a terrific matchup against the Oakland Raiders this week, who give up the fifth-most passing yards this season (268.4). He also has one of the best individual matchups of the week, going head-to-head with Raiders' slot cornerback Lamarcus Joyner. Westbrook is given a 23 percent advantage over Joyner, which is the seventh-largest WR matchup advantage of the week, per Pro Football Focus. If Westbrook is out this week, like I expect, Westbrook immediately becomes a WR option that should be started.
19 hours ago
Marquise Brown photo 34. Marquise Brown BAL (vs . NYJ)
Darius Slayton photo 35. Darius Slayton NYG (vs . MIA)
Curtis Samuel photo 36. Curtis Samuel CAR (vs . SEA)
With Allen struggling to complete passes down the field, the Panthers have started to find other ways to get him the ball, as he's totaled seven carries over the last three weeks, adding 57 yards to his overall production. Oddly enough, the Seahawks have allowed the second-most rushing yards to wide receivers this season. That helps make up for the fact that Samuel has totaled just four targets in two of the last three games. He hasn't topped four receptions or 70 receiving yards since way back in Week 3, making him a touchdown-or-bust option most weeks. The Seahawks have allowed a wide receiver touchdown every 28.2 targets, which is the sixth-highest mark in the league, so betting on it this week wouldn't make too much sense. Samuel also lines up on Shaquill Griffin's side of the field most of the time, which is the tougher matchup of the two perimeter spots. Samuel is a middling WR4 who has some big-play upside to his game, though Allen can't unlock it.
2 days ago
Anthony Miller photo 37. Anthony Miller CHI (at GB)
The fluctuating targets have been exhausting with Miller this year, as he now has five games with seven-plus targets but has finished with four or less in each of the other eight games. He's been able to overcome that and has now totaled at least 9.2 PPR points in seven of his last nine games, including 11.4-plus points in four straight. The issue is that the Packers have been rock-solid against the slot this entire season. Tramon Williams has done a great job limiting production out of the slot, as the biggest performance they've allowed to a slot-heavy receiver was Sammy Watkins' 5/45/0 way back in Week 8. Behind that, it was Randall Cobb's 3/53/0. Those are the two biggest PPR games against the Packers from slot-heavy receivers all season. If Miller was seeing six-plus targets every week, you'd want to start him with confidence, but knowing it's shaky matchup combined with his inconsistent target totals, and you have yourself a middling WR4 who shouldn't be considered a must-start.
3 days ago
Golden Tate photo 38. Golden Tate NYG (vs . MIA)
Tyrell Williams photo 39. Tyrell Williams OAK (vs . JAC)
Despite losing a receiver in the preseason who was supposed to garner 150-plus targets and then losing their starting slot receiver for multiple weeks, Williams has averaged just 5.2 targets per game, and he hasn't seen more than six since way back in Week 4. He's topped three receptions just once in the last nine games and has failed to top 46 yards in eight of his last 10 games. Despite having great matchups over the last month, Williams hasn't done anything useful for fantasy teams and is borderline droppable. There are plenty of waiver wire receivers who are lined up to get more work this week. The Jaguars have allowed 14 top-36 performances to wide receivers this year, so it's not like it's the Bucs or anything. The 1.67 PPR points per target they've allowed is tied for the 12th-lowest mark in the league. He's going to see a lot of A.J. Bouye in coverage, too, who happens to be the best cornerback on their roster. Williams is nothing more than a low-end WR4 who's failed to capitalize on his opportunity.
1 day ago
Jamison Crowder photo 40. Jamison Crowder NYJ (at BAL)
If you went into the playoffs relying on Crowder, it's not the greatest feeling to see him wind-up with just three catches for 30 yards against the Dolphins, especially when Bell was out and Ryan Griffin left the game early. If you made it through with that, consider yourself lucky. You're not going to want to take that risk again this week, as the Ravens might just be the worst matchup for pass-catchers right now. Looking over the last five games against the Ravens, their opponent's WR1/WR2/WR3 and TE1 have not combined for more than 34.7 PPR points. I cannot explain how ridiculous that is. The slot receivers they've played in that time were Tyler Boyd (6/62/0), Keke Coutee (3/25/0), Cooper Kupp (6/35/0), Kendrick Bourne (3/42/0), and Cole Beasley (4/29/1). So, the ceiling in those games was 12.9 PPR points, which is just enough to get into the WR3 conversation. Coming off the last two games that have netted just five catches for 38 yards, his floor doesn't justify him being started as anything more than a mid-to-low-end WR4.
3 days ago
James Washington photo 41. James Washington PIT (vs . BUF)
With Smith-Schuster out, Washington played the slot-heavy role once again last week, which is a good sign for his potential in this game. The Bills are still not a matchup you need to target aggressively with wide receivers, as they've allowed the fifth-fewest points to them on the year. The 1.36 PPR points per target is second-best behind only the Patriots, and that's an issue when we know Hodges hasn't thrown more than 21 pass attempts in any of his three starts. Even if Washington got a massive 25 percent target share, that'd amount to just five targets. The slot matchup with Taron Johnson is a lot better than the one with Tre'Davious White, as Johnson has allowed a 73.0 percent catch-rate in his coverage, but has kept the play in front of him, allowing 7.7 yards per reception. Washington's bread and butter has been the deep ball, something the Bills haven't been prone to allowing, as the 26 pass-plays over 20 yards they've allowed ranks as the second-fewest in the league. Washington shouldn't be relied on for anything more than high-end WR5 numbers.
3 days ago
Sammy Watkins photo 42. Sammy Watkins KC (vs . DEN)
Kenny Stills photo 43. Kenny Stills HOU (at TEN)
Breshad Perriman photo 44. Breshad Perriman TB (at DET)
Cole Beasley photo 45. Cole Beasley BUF (at PIT)
We're now entering Week 15 and despite both playing in every game, Beasley has outscored Odell Beckham. What a time to be alive. Beasley has been one of the more underappreciated fantasy assets this year, as he's scored at least 9.0 PPR points in 11-of-13 games, providing a stable floor. He's now scored in six of the last eight games, though he'll have his hands full this week. The matchup with the Steelers hasn't been kind to fantasy receivers, as they've allowed just a 59.7 percent completion-rate to the position. But with the type of pressure the Steelers bring, we could see Beasley as a favorite "get the ball out of my hands quickly" option. Mike Hilton is their primary slot cornerback, though there's a lot of zone over the middle of the Steelers defense. It's unlikely you find a whole lot of yardage here with Beasley, which means you're pulling for a touchdown in order for him to get into the top-40 conversation. When their implied team total is just over 17 points, it's not great to make that bet. He's in the WR5 conversation this week.
3 days ago
Chris Conley photo 46. Chris Conley JAC (at OAK)
With D.J. Chark on the pine, Conley steps into the No. 1 receiver role for Minshew. Conley has had a role for quite a while now, as his 47 targets since the start of Week 7 rank 35th among wide receivers. Those targets have netted 24 receptions for 389 yards and one touchdown. Keep in mind that was with Chark in the lineup, taking 61 targets for himself. While we should expect Keelan Cole to step into the lineup and take some of those targets, Conley clearly has the upper hand. The cornerback he'll be seeing the most of is Daryl Worley, the veteran cornerback who's kind of like the mirror image of Conley the receiver. He's allowed just a 53.0 percent catch-rate, but the receptions have gone 16.5 yards a pop with a touchdown every 16.5 targets. Conley has a 53.5 percent catch-rate while averaging 16.6 yards per reception with a touchdown every 35.5 targets. Provided Chark is out, Conley is smack dab in the middle of the high-end WR4 conversation.
1 day ago
Devante Parker photo 47. Devante Parker MIA (at NYG)
Allen Hurns photo 48. Allen Hurns MIA (at NYG)
Brandin Cooks photo 49. Brandin Cooks LAR (at DAL)
It's really a remarkable thing to watch Cooks go from a guy who could produce no matter what, totaling at least 1,000 yards in each of the last four seasons while on three different teams, to being completely irrelevant in fantasy overnight. But that's where we are. He's seen four or less targets in six of the last seven games, and he hasn't finished with double-digit PPR points since back in Week 4. He played just 26 snaps last week, and while I don't want to overreact to that because Kupp played just 19 snaps, it's hard not to. The Cowboys have also been one of the best in the NFL at preventing the deep ball, as they've allowed just four pass plays to go 40-plus yards, which is tied as the second-fewest in the NFL. Cooks is sadly just a WR5 at this point, though we know he can play in this league.
1 day ago
Larry Fitzgerald photo 50. Larry Fitzgerald ARI (vs . CLE)
Marcus Johnson photo 51. Marcus Johnson IND (at NO)
Russell Gage photo 52. Russell Gage ATL (at SF)
Diontae Johnson photo 53. Diontae Johnson PIT (vs . BUF)
He got back on the fantasy radar last week with a six-catch, 60-yard, one-touchdown performance, though you can't forget who it came against. The Cardinals have proven time and time again that they simply allow a lot of production in their secondary. Unfortunately, the Bills do not share that trait. They've allowed the fifth-fewest points to fantasy receivers, including the second-fewest PPR points per target. Johnson also lines up on the perimeter, which is where he'll see plenty of Tre'Davious White, one of the better up-and-coming cornerbacks in the league. White has seen 72 targets in his coverage this year and has yet to be charged with a touchdown. He's also allowed just a 54.2 percent catch-rate, which is not great when Johnson has seen more than six targets once since Week 8. Johnson is nothing more than a low-upside middling WR5 this week.
3 days ago
Corey Davis photo 54. Corey Davis TEN (vs . HOU)
Adam Thielen photo 55. Adam Thielen MIN (at LAC)
Thielen is expected to play this Sunday, which immediately makes him relevant for fantasy. Unfortunately, it's a tough matchup with the Chargers, who have surrendered the fewest fantasy points to WRs over the past five weeks. He is in the WR2/3 range this week.
5 hours ago
Randall Cobb photo 56. Randall Cobb DAL (vs . LAR)
After seeing seven-plus targets in four straight games from Week 9-12, Cobb has seen just eight targets over the last two weeks despite Prescott throwing the ball 49 times in each game. You have to look at the matchup and see if it dictates more targets, and it's extremely tough to say this one does, as Nickell Robey-Coleman has been one of the better slot cornerbacks in football over the last few years. Cobb isn't someone you should aim to play this week.
22 hours ago
Justin Watson photo 57. Justin Watson TB (at DET)
Allen Lazard photo 58. Allen Lazard GB (vs . CHI)
Kendrick Bourne photo 59. Kendrick Bourne SF (vs . ATL)
Danny Amendola photo 60. Danny Amendola DET (vs . TB)
Mohamed Sanu photo 61. Mohamed Sanu NE (at CIN)
There was no receiver outside of Edelman who recorded more than one catch for the Patriots last week. Sanu is seemingly pushing through the ankle injury he suffered a few weeks back and it has him sharing snaps with Jakobi Meyers. It's impossible to trust Sanu when coming off a one-target game, but he's now finished with 23 yards or less in 4-of-5 games with the Patriots. He also has just one game he finished with more than five targets. Knowing how much Brady's struggled, it's going to take more than that to play him with any confidence. When you add in the fact that the Bengals have seen an average of just 16.4 wide receiver targets per game, and it's tough to say Sanu is anything more than a WR5, even in a great matchup.
2 days ago
John Ross photo 62. John Ross CIN (vs . NE)
JuJu Smith-Schuster photo 63. JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT (vs . BUF)
Ted Ginn photo 64. Ted Ginn NO (vs . IND)
Isaiah Ford photo 65. Isaiah Ford MIA (at NYG)
Kelvin Harmon photo 66. Kelvin Harmon WAS (vs . PHI)
Phillip Dorsett photo 67. Phillip Dorsett NE (at CIN)
Jakobi Meyers photo 68. Jakobi Meyers NE (at CIN)
Mecole Hardman photo 69. Mecole Hardman KC (vs . DEN)
Demaryius Thomas photo 70. Demaryius Thomas NYJ (at BAL)
Nelson Agholor photo 71. Nelson Agholor PHI (at WAS)
Albert Wilson photo 72. Albert Wilson MIA (at NYG)
Tim Patrick photo 73. Tim Patrick DEN (at KC)
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside photo 74. J.J. Arcega-Whiteside PHI (at WAS)
Greg Ward photo 75. Greg Ward PHI (at WAS)
Keelan Cole photo 76. Keelan Cole JAC (at OAK)
Olabisi Johnson photo 77. Olabisi Johnson MIN (at LAC)
Demarcus Robinson photo 78. Demarcus Robinson KC (vs . DEN)
Tre'Quan Smith photo 79. Tre'Quan Smith NO (vs . IND)
Alex Erickson photo 80. Alex Erickson CIN (vs . NE)
Willie Snead photo 81. Willie Snead BAL (vs . NYJ)
Josh Gordon photo 82. Josh Gordon SEA (at CAR)
Zay Jones photo 83. Zay Jones OAK (vs . JAC)
Geronimo Allison photo 84. Geronimo Allison GB (vs . CHI)
Keke Coutee photo 85. Keke Coutee HOU (at TEN)
Christian Blake photo 86. Christian Blake ATL (at SF)
Marquez Valdes-Scantling photo 87. Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB (vs . CHI)
Isaiah McKenzie photo 88. Isaiah McKenzie BUF (at PIT)
Will Fuller photo 89. Will Fuller HOU (at TEN)
Jarius Wright photo 90. Jarius Wright CAR (vs . SEA)
N'Keal Harry photo 91. N'Keal Harry NE (at CIN)
Josh Reynolds photo 92. Josh Reynolds LAR (at DAL)
Seth Roberts photo 93. Seth Roberts BAL (vs . NYJ)
Pharoh Cooper photo 94. Pharoh Cooper ARI (vs . CLE)
Andy Isabella photo 95. Andy Isabella ARI (vs . CLE)
Kalif Raymond photo 96. Kalif Raymond TEN (vs . HOU)
David Moore photo 97. David Moore SEA (at CAR)
Steven Sims photo 98. Steven Sims WAS (vs . PHI)
DaeSean Hamilton photo 99. DaeSean Hamilton DEN (at KC)
Auden Tate photo 100. Auden Tate CIN (vs . NE)
Keelan Doss photo 101. Keelan Doss OAK (vs . JAC)
Laquon Treadwell photo 102. Laquon Treadwell MIN (at LAC)
Cordarrelle Patterson photo 103. Cordarrelle Patterson CHI (at GB)
Miles Boykin photo 104. Miles Boykin BAL (vs . NYJ)
Rashard Higgins photo 105. Rashard Higgins CLE (at ARI)
Cody Latimer photo 106. Cody Latimer NYG (vs . MIA)
D.J. Chark photo 107. D.J. Chark JAC (at OAK)
T.Y. Hilton photo 108. T.Y. Hilton IND (at NO)
Tavon Austin photo 109. Tavon Austin DAL (vs . LAR)
Javon Wims photo 110. Javon Wims CHI (at GB)
Taylor Gabriel photo 111. Taylor Gabriel CHI (at GB)
Olamide Zaccheaus photo 112. Olamide Zaccheaus ATL (at SF)
Scott Miller photo 113. Scott Miller TB (at DET)
Adam Humphries photo 114. Adam Humphries TEN (vs . HOU)
Dontrelle Inman photo 115. Dontrelle Inman IND (at NO)
Deon Cain photo 116. Deon Cain PIT (vs . BUF)
Malik Turner photo 117. Malik Turner SEA (at CAR)
Tevin Jones photo 118. Tevin Jones PIT (vs . BUF)
Vyncint Smith photo 119. Vyncint Smith NYJ (at BAL)
Hunter Renfrow photo 120. Hunter Renfrow OAK (vs . JAC)
Damiere Byrd photo 121. Damiere Byrd ARI (vs . CLE)
Tajae Sharpe photo 122. Tajae Sharpe TEN (vs . HOU)
Jalen Guyton photo 123. Jalen Guyton LAC (vs . MIN)
KeeSean Johnson photo 124. KeeSean Johnson ARI (vs . CLE)
Ashton Dulin photo 125. Ashton Dulin IND (at NO)
Chad Williams photo 126. Chad Williams IND (at NO)
Marcell Ateman photo 127. Marcell Ateman OAK (vs . JAC)
Justin Hardy photo 128. Justin Hardy ATL (at SF)
Devin Smith photo 129. Devin Smith DAL (vs . LAR)
Braxton Berrios photo 130. Braxton Berrios NYJ (at BAL)
Damion Ratley photo 131. Damion Ratley CLE (at ARI)
Andre Patton photo 132. Andre Patton LAC (vs . MIN)
Khadarel Hodge photo 133. Khadarel Hodge CLE (at ARI)
Mack Hollins photo 134. Mack Hollins MIA (at NYG)
Diontae Spencer photo 135. Diontae Spencer DEN (at KC)
Jake Kumerow photo 136. Jake Kumerow GB (vs . CHI)
Richie James photo 137. Richie James SF (vs . ATL)
Jaron Brown photo 138. Jaron Brown SEA (at CAR)
Robert Foster photo 139. Robert Foster BUF (at PIT)
Riley Ridley photo 140. Riley Ridley CHI (at GB)
Byron Pringle photo 141. Byron Pringle KC (vs . DEN)
DeAndre Carter photo 142. DeAndre Carter HOU (at TEN)
Deonte Harris photo 143. Deonte Harris NO (vs . IND)
Brandon Zylstra photo 144. Brandon Zylstra CAR (vs . SEA)
Krishawn Hogan photo 145. Krishawn Hogan NO (vs . IND)
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26Khris Middleton (MIL)SG,SF
27Bradley Beal (WAS)SG
28Kevin Love (CLE)PF,C
29Draymond Green (GSW)PF,C
30LaMarcus Aldridge (SAS)PF,C
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