Fantasy Football WR Rankings Week 5

Fantasy Football WR Rankings Week 3

Fantasy Football WR Rankings

Hello NFL fan! We have Fantasy Football WR Rankings Week 3 ready for you. This week Trevor will share his power ranking table and tell you a little bit why they chose the specific power ranking order in the comments below. If you want to get more info on Fantasy Football Rankings then check out our QB, RB, TE power ranking lists.

Trevor Stewart
Trevor Stewart
Deandre Hopkins, HOU, WR1
Julio Jones, ATL, WR2
Odell Beckham Jr., CLE, WR3
Amari Cooper, DAL, WR4
Davante Adams, GB, WR5
Michael Thomas, NO, WR6
Sammy Watkins, KC, WR7
Antonio Brown, NE, WR8
T.Y. Hilton, IND, WR9
JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT, WR10
Keenan Allen , LAC, WR11
Kenny Golladay, DET, WR12
Chris Godwin, TB, WR13
Marquise Brown, BAL, WR14
Larry Fitzgerald, AZ, WR15
Emmanuel Sanders, DEN, WR16
Cooper Kupp, LAR, WR17
Adam Thielen, MIN, WR18
Tyrell Williams, OAK, WR19
Mike Evans, TB, WR20
Trevor StewartDisclaimer: These ranks are assuming those players who are listed as questionable going into the weekend WILL PLAY. Be sure to check on their status leading up to game time. Some risers this week are Amari Cooper facing a putrid Dolphins team. If you have Dallas Cowboys on your roster, this is the week to stack them. It should be a bloodbath. Now #14-16 feature a trio of receivers who leapfrogged some better-known names. But Marquise "Hollywood" Brown has been as advertised so far this season. He is an electric receiver with the ability to burn defenses deep. He will be in a shootout with the Chiefs and I expect him to show well. The next two slots go to seasoned veterans who are flying criminally under the radar in fantasy. Larry Fitzgerald is (still!) the top receiver on the Cardinals, and they aren't afraid to throw it. Emmanuel Sanders is Joe Flacco's safety blanket. Which basically means his favorite receiver, because Flacco isn't accurate down the field anymore. Captain Checkdown will be feeding the ball often to Sanders, who will be a PPR asset just on volume alone.

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Find out more about AFC Power Ranking Week 3 or NFC Power Ranking Week 3 here on Sports Talk Line, or check out official NFL Power Ranking Table for even more in-depth power ranking information.

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