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Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart


Hello, Fantasy Football degenerates! Welcome to a Fantasy Six Pack feature we have cleverly nicknamed the “Wide Receiver Depth Chart”.

Stay up-to-date on the latest NFL depth charts for each team’s wide receivers by checking in on our Wide Receiver Depth Chart table. We’ll do the homework for you. Whether you play standard scoring or PPR, in a weekly league or DFS, the Six Pack crew has you covered. We will continue to provide you with the latest information and highlight the biggest changes for fantasy purposes throughout training camp up to and including Week 17 of the NFL season.

Fantasy Football formats, settings and scoring systems continue to evolve. The NFL passing game is more prevalent than ever, both in the NFL and in Fantasy Football. Depth chart knowledge has replaced the traditional “Sleeper” column you’re accustomed to so stay with us to find out who the next man up will be for wide receivers on each NFL team.

Find out those answers and a whole lot more in the Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart.

Have a question or an opinion? Let us know where you agree with our analysis and where you disagree.

Wide Receiver Depth Chart Levels of Badassery

John Wick: The Assasins

Wide Receivers listed under John Wick are numero uno and your focus needs to be on them. If you’re unaware of these dudes, they’ll kill you in Fantasy. Frankly, if you’re not aware of these guys, you’re already dead.

Neo: Could Be The Man, But Needs A Push

On the surface, it seems like guys in this category could be, “The One” but perhaps they simply don’t know it yet. Let us be your Oracle and guide you.

Johnny Utah: The Undercover Studs

These guys were at one time rising stars in college but now find themselves in new roles, trying to find their true identity.

Shane Falco: The Replacements

The has-beens, the forgotten, the talented but never had the opportunity group.

Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart

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TeamJohn WickNeoJohnny UtahShane FalcoNotes
Arizona CardinalsLarry FitzgeraldChristian KirkAndy Isabella- Hakeem Butler
- Kevin White
- Chad Williams
- Pharoh Cooper
Larry Fitz and Kirk could be flip flopped as the 1-2 option by Week 3. Kirk quietly put up solid numbers last year with a pathetic offensive system. Don't sleep on Isabella or Butler in Dynasty formats.
Atlanta FalconsJulio JonesCalvin RidleyMohamed Sanu- Justin Hardy
- Marvin Hall
Julio will be Julio and finish as a top 5 WR. Lock it in. The question mark is Ridley. The talent is legit but can he sustain his uber efficiency when it comes to TDs per target? The odds say no.
Baltimore RavensChris MooreMarquise BrownWillie Snead - Miles Boykin
- Jordan Lasley
- Michael Floyd
Lamar Jackson hates your fantasy team. Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin has some John Brown in their game and we saw what happened to Brown after LJax took over. Pro Tip: Invest in Marc Andrews rather than this crew.
Buffalo BillsJohn BrownRobert FosterCole Beasley- Zay Jones
- Andre Roberts
Josh Allen can air it out with the best of them, as we saw last season with the Robert Foster connection. We'll need to keep an eye on training camp and preseason to get a better idea of which WR emerges here but Beasley and Zay are solid late picks in PPR formats.
Carolina PanthersDJ MooreCurtis SamuelChris Hogan- Jarius Wright
- Torrey Smith
- Aldrick Robinson
Is Cam healthy? If so, this should be a fun group to own, especially in best ball formats. Elite volume won't be there for Moore as a number 1 but he's a beast with the ball in his hands so it won't matter. Samuel should take over for Greg Olsen as a major target.
Chicago BearsAllen RobinsonAnthony MillerTaylor Gabriel- Cordarrelle Patterson
- Riley Ridley
- Tanner Gentry
It wouldn't surprise to see Robinson and Miller flip flop as the primary and secondary option this season. Miller had 7 TDs last season on minimal targets, all while playing with an injured shoulder. He could be special.
Cincinatti BengalsA.J. GreenTyler BoydJohn Ross- Alex EricksonGreen will be 31, in a new offensive system, coming off toe surgery and now Cinci has a legit number 2 option in Boyd. Green is an elite talent but there are question marks here.
Cleveland BrownsOdell Beckham Jr.Jarvis LandryAntonio Callaway- Rashard Higgins
- Damion Ratley
- Jaelen Strong
The hype train is in full effect. Landry was nowhere near a number 1 WR after Baker took over last year. His stock may fall even further with the addition of OBJ.
Dallas CowboysAmari CooperMichael GallupRandall Cobb- Allen Hurns
- Tavon Austin
- Noah Brown
For all of Dak's shortcomings, feeding Cooper catchable targets wasn't one of them. Don't judge Cooper based on what he did in Oakland. He's one of the league's best and if you can snag him as your WR 1 in round 3 you're off to a good start.
Denver BroncosCourtland SuttonEmmanuel SandersDaeSean Hamilton- Tim PatrickSanders' quick recovery from an achilles tear is putting a damper on the Hamilton hype. I have no faith in Flacco whatsoever but Sutton is too talented to fail.
Detroit LionsKenny GolladayMarvin JonesDanny Amendola- Jermaine KearseSo long Golden Tate and hello Kenny Golladay breakout. The Lions are going to run the ball more than they traditionally have but Tate's departure leaves more than enough targets for Golly to take the leap.
Green Bay PackersDevante AdamsMarquez Valdes-ScantlingGeronimo Allison- Equanimeous St. Brown
- Jake Kumerow
- J'Mon Moore
The battle for the number 2 WR gig in Green Bay will be one of the most important in Fantasy. Early indications give MVS the lead. Stay tuned.
Houston TexansDeAndre HopkinsWill FullerKeke Coutee- DeAndre CarterFuller and Watson are one of the best scoring combos in Fantasy but Fuller can't stay on the field. Watson has quietly been praising Coutee all offseason. Pass on Fuller and take Coutee 30 picks later.
Indianapolis ColtsT.Y. HiltonDevin FunchessParris Campbell- Deon Cain
- Zach Pascal
- Chester Rodgers
Funchess vs. Campbell will be one of the more intriguing preseason battles. Does Funchess get the Luck bump we saw with Ebron last season?
Jacksonville JaguarsDede WestbrookMarqise LeeKeelan Cole
- Chris Conley
- D.J. Chark
- Terrelle Pryor
Reports out of camp suggest Conley is legitimately in the mix for a starting spot. Westbrook is the most talented of the bunch and the safest bet but if Lee is healthy he could be a nice late round pick in PPR.
Kansas City ChiefsTyreek HillSammy WatkinsMecole Hardman- DeMarcus Robinson
- Byron Pringle
The early hype has Hardman penciled in as the next Tyreek but reports out of camp suggest Pringle is one to watch. With Sammy's injury history, Robinson is a name to remember as well.
Los Angeles ChargersKeenan AllenMike WilliamsTravis Benjamin- Geremy Davis Tyrell the Gazelle is gone and now Mike Williams has the opportunity to make the jump. One of the thinnest WR groups in the NFL.
Los Angeles RamsBrandin CooksRobert WoodsCooper Kupp- Josh ReynoldsCooks and Woods are a 1 and 1A combo. The real value here is with Kupp and Reynolds. Kupp was on pace for 1,000 before his injury and if he's not ready to go to start the season, Reynolds is a great late round pick.
Miami DolphinsKenny StillsAlbert WilsonDevante Parker- Jakeem Grant
- Isaiah Ford
Stills is listed as the team's number 1 but savvy owners know the real value is with Wilson. He was one of the most explosive players in the league before his injury. He has breakout written all over him. As usual, camp reports suggest Parker has separated himself, for the 5th year in a row.
Minnesota VikingsAdam ThielenStefon DiggsJordan Taylor- Chad Beebe
- Laquon Treadwell
Keep an eye on Taylor. Treadwell has been given plenty of chances and hasn't stepped up.
New England PatriotsJulian EdelmanN'Keal HarryPhillip Dorsett- Josh Gordon
- Demaryius Thomas
- Maurice Harris
- Dontrelle Inman
- Braxton Berrios

If Gordon is reinstated he immediately becomes 1A in this group, with Edelman having the edge in PPR formats. Harry may have more value in standard scoring than PPR because of his redzone ability. Don't sleep on Maurice Harris. He can't run but has great hands. Sounds like a perfect Patriot.
New Orleans SaintsMichael Thomas Tre'Quan SmithTed Ginn- Keith Kirkwood
- Rashard Matthews
- Cam Meredith
- Austin Carr
There's Thomas and then no one else. Smith has all the opportunity in the world here. If Matthews makes the team he could be a nice late round sleeper.
New York GiantsSterling ShepardGolden TateCorey Coleman- Cody Latimer
- Bennie Fowler
- Russell Shepard
Shepard and Tate are both capable of being fantasy productive even with low aDOTs, which is perfect for Eli Manning. Coleman might be the most talented of the bunch but hasn't been able to put it together.
New York JetsRobby AndersonJamison CrowderQuincy Enunwa- Charone Peake
- Josh Bellamy
Anderson and Darnold could be on the verge of elevating each other's game. Crowder is a nice piece but if Enunwa is healthy he could easily become the number 2.
Oakland RaidersAntonio BrownTyrell WilliamsRyan Grant- Marcell Ateman
- J.J. Nelson
- Hunter Renfrow
Williams was paid handsomely to step in and being one of the better number 2's in the league. Keep an eye on Grant vs. Ateman vs. Renfrow. The winner could have some deep league appeal.
Philadelphia EaglesAshlon Jefferey DeSean JacksonNelson Agholor- J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
- Mack Hollins
There are some who would argue Arcega-Whiteside will be the team's number 2 by midseason. Agholor could be on his way out of Philly.
Pittsburgh SteelersJuju Smith-SchusterDonte MoncriefJames Washington- Ryan Switzer
- Eli Rogers
- Diontae Johnson
Early reports place Moncrief ahead of super sleeper James Washington as the team's secondary option. Give me Moncrief in redraft, Washington in Dynasty and Diontae Johnson in super deep leagues.
San Francisco 49ersDante PettisMarquise GoodwinDeebo Samuel- Jordan Matthews
- Trent Taylor
- Jalen Hurd
- Kendrick Bourne
Dante Pettis truthers are multiplying by the day. Don't be surprised if Deebo Samuel is the team's most productive WR by season's end.
Seattle SeahawksTyler LockettD.K. MetcalfDavid Moore- Jaron Brown
- Gary Jennings
Russell Wilson continues to praise Metcalf but Metcalf has doubters for a reason. If he struggles, like some think he will, Moore has a great opportunity in front of him.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersMike EvansChris GodwinBreshad Perriman- Justin Watson
- Bobo Wilson
Give me all the Chris Godwin. By this time next year Godwin will be considered one of the best number 2 WR options in Fantasy.
Tennessee TitansCorey Davis A.J. BrownAdam Humphries- Taywan Taylor
- Tajae Sharpe
Who is the best WR on the Titans. If you ask three different people you'll get three different answers. Some consider Brown the best WR of this rookie class. Humphries was severely underutilized in Tampa. Corey Davis was effective when targeted. The problem here is they all rely on Mariota.
Washington RedskinsJosh DoctsonPaul RichardsonTrey Quinn- Kelvin Harmon
- Terry Mclaurin
Kelvin Harmon may very well be the best WR on this team. What a mess. Pass.


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About John LaPresto

John has been playing fantasy sports for 20 years because he's now old. John is a member of the FSWA, is a two time Scott Fish Bowl finalist and has had work published on sites such as SoCalledFantasyExperts, DynastyNerds, and RotoExperts. When he's not researching fantasy spreadsheets, he's in the Boston area acting as a husband, a dad, and a dog owner.

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