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Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart


Welcome to the 2020 Fantasy Six Pack Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart!

This season, our depth chart pays homage to popular social media platforms. But, implementing this new social media twist to the depth chart took some planning.

First, we had to decide which social media platforms would actually work well with this chart. Once we had our social media platforms selected, we had to figure out which category worked for each wide receiver.

Alas, the 2020 Fantasy Six Pack WR Depth Chart was born! Keep reading to see the breakdown of each category and the descriptions of the players who fit them.

Wide Receiver Depth Chart Category Breakdown

Instagram Influencers

These wide receivers represent the pinnacle of fantasy production, therefore, they are the clear-cut No. 1 option for their team. Because of the clout they carry, you definitely want to own these players in your leagues.

LinkedIn Professionals

These wide receivers are the consummate veterans who have accepted their role as the  No 2 option on their team. They provide plenty of fantasy upside at discounted prices on draft day.

Twitter Hashtags

Tweets that are quick and concise usually “trend” more than lengthy tweets of meaningless drivel. This style of tweeting embodies the boom-or-bust fantasy output of the No. 3 wide receiver for each team.

Facebook Marketplace

The Facebook Marketplace is full of hidden gems and bargain buys. Typically, these wide receivers are only found on the waiver wire. However, these players can be stash-worthly in deeper leagues, too.

2020 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart

Team ListInstagram InfluencersLinkedIn ProfessionalsTwitter HashtagsFacebook MarketplaceWebMD Subscribers
BUFStefon DiggsCole BeasleyGabriel DavisJohn Brown (IR)
MIADeVante ParkerPreston WilliamsJakeem Grant
NEPN'Keal HarryJakobi MeyersDamiere ByrdGunner Olszewski

Isaiah Ford
Julian Edelman (IR)
NYJJamison Crowder (Q)Breshad PerrimanDenzel Mims (O)Braxton Berrios
BALMarquise BrownMiles BoykinWillie SneadDevin Duvernay
CINTyler BoydTee HigginsA.J. GreenMike Thomas

John Ross III
CLEJarvis LandryRashard HigginsKhaDarel Hodge (O)Donovan Peoples-JonesOdell Beckham Jr. (IR)
PITDiontae Johnson JuJu Smith-SchusterChase ClaypoolJames Washington
HOUBrandin Cooks (O)Randall CobbKeke CouteeWill Fuller (SUS)
INDZach PascalT.Y. HiltonMichael Pittman Jr.Marcus JohnsonParris Campbell (IR)
JACD.J. CharkKeelen ColeLaviska Shenault Jr.Chris Conley
TENA.J. BrownCorey DavisCameron BatsonKalif RaymondAdam Humphries (IR)
DENJerry JeudyTim PatrickK.J. HamlerDaeSean HamiltonCourtland Sutton (IR)
KCCTyreek HillMecole HardmanDemarcus RobinsonSammy Watkins
LVRHenry Ruggs IIIHunter RenfrowNelson AgholorBryan Edwards
LACKeenan AllenMike WilliamsJalen GuytonJoe Reed
DALAmari CooperCeeDee LambMichael GallupCedrick Wilson
NYGGolden TateSterling ShepardDarius SlaytonDamion Ratley
PHIJalen ReagorTravis FulghamGreg Ward Jr.Alshon Jeffrey

John Hightower

DeSean Jackson (IR)
WASTerry McLaurinCam SimsSteven Sims Jr.Isaiah WrightAntonio Gandy-Golden (IR)
CHIAllen RobinsonDarnell MooneyAnthony MillerCordarrelle Patterson
DETMarvin Jones Jr.Danny AmendolaQuintez CephusMohamed SanuKenny Golladay (O)
GBPDavante AdamsAllen LazardMarquez Valdes-ScantlingEquanimeous St. Brown
MINAdam ThielenJustin JeffersonOlabisi JohnsonDan Chisena
ATLJulio Jones (O)Calvin RidleyRussell GageOlamide Zaccheaus
CARRobby AndersonCurtis SamuelBrandon ZylstraD.J. Moore (COV)
NOSMichael ThomasEmmanuel SandersTre'Quan SmithDeonte Harris
TBBMike EvansChris GodwinAntonio BrownScott Miller

Tyler Johnson
ARIDeAndre HopkinsChristian KirkLarry FitzgeraldAndy Isabella (O)

KeeSean Johnson
LARRobert WoodsCooper KuppJosh ReynoldsVan Jefferson
SEADK MetcalfTyler LockettDavid MooreFreddie SwainPhillip Dorsett (IR)
SFOBrandon AiyukKendrick BourneDeebo SamuelRichie James

Trent Taylor

Visit the F6P Fantasy Football Page for more advice for the 2020 season. There you’ll find a wide array of fantasy player-related articles, weekly and dynasty rankings, among many other valuable resources. If you want to dominate your fantasy leagues, Fantasy Six Pack is here to make it happen!

About A.J. Applegarth

A.J. has been in the fantasy sports game for so long, that the first fantasy team he ever managed used football box scores from newspapers to calculate points. Since those days, A.J. has taken home numerous fantasy football and baseball championship titles. He has also taken his talents to a few fantasy basketball leagues and countless DFS games in more recent years. A.J. would openly admit that “luck” has been a factor in his two-plus decade-long success in fantasy sports, but he will also be the first one to tell you, “You can’t teach luck!” Catch A.J.’s witty banter and "Beer of the Week" picks on The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast, and follow him on the Twitter-space @AppleGarthAlgar.

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