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Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart

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Hello, Fantasy Football fans and players! Welcome to a Fantasy Six Pack feature we liked to call the Wide Receiver Depth Chart.

On our Wide Receiver Depth Chart, you can stay up-to-date on the latest NFL depth charts for each team’s wide receivers. We will continue to provide the latest information and highlight the biggest changes for fantasy purposes throughout training camp up to and including Week 17 of the NFL season.

Considering the extensive use of three even four wide receivers by each NFL team, we provided the names of each of those players along with other wide receivers to keep on your fantasy radar. 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.

Let us know where you agree with our analysis and where you disagree.

Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart

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TeamWR1WR2WR3OtherNotes
Arizona CardinalsLarry FitzgeraldChristian KirkChad WilliamsJJ NelsonLarry Fitz is struggling this season but Kirk is starting to become useful especially in PPR.
Atlanta FalconsJulio JonesCalvin RidleyMohamed Sanu- Justin Hardy
- Marvin Hall
Julio has now scored touchdowns in back-to-back weeks!
Baltimore RavensMichael CrabtreeJohn BrownWillie Snead - Chris MooreJohn Brown looks good this season and more of a 1B to Crabtree 1A.
Buffalo BillsKelvin BenjaminZay JonesAndre Holmes - Robert FosterThis receiving corps is a mess. Avoid.
Carolina PanthersDevin FunchessDJ MooreCurtis Samuel- Torrey Smith (inj)
- Jarius Wright
Devin Funchess is a WR3 but after that you can't trust any of these guys.
Chicago BearsAllen RobinsonAnthony MillerTaylor Gabriel- Kevin White
- Josh Bellamy
Robinson is back and healthy while rookie WR Miller has started to show signs of life
Cincinatti BengalsTyler BoydJohn RossCody Core- Alex Erickson
- Auden Tate
- A.J. Green(inj)
Green is out until possibly December with a toe injury.
Cleveland BrownsJarvis LandryAntonio CallawayRashard Higgins- Breshad Perriman
- Damion Ratley
Landry has just 111 rec yards over the last three week on 16 catches and no touchdowns
Dallas CowboysAmari CooperCole BeasleyMichael Gallup- Allen Hurns
- Tavon Austin
- Terrance Williams
Dak is forcing the ball Cooper's way with positive results
Denver BroncosEmmanuel SandersCourtland SuttonTim PatrickDaeSean HamiltonSanders has been solid all season and should continue. With the trade of Demaryius to Houston is opens the door for Sutton to finally take flight.
Detroit LionsKenny GolladayMarvin JonesBrandon PowellT.J. JonesTrading Golden Tate opens up a ton of targets for both Golladay and Jones. Powell or Jones will step in to the 3rd WR role now but they will be hard to trust in fantasy for now.
Green Bay PackersDevante AdamsMarquez Valdes-ScantlingEquanimeous St. Brown- Randall Cobb (inj)
- Geronimo Allison (inj)
MVS and ESB have proven themselves while Cobb and Allison battles injuries
Houston TexansDeAndre HopkinsDemaryius ThomasKeke CouteeSammie CoatesThe addition of Thomas did not prevent Hopkins for seeing 12 targets - 4x Thomas' targets.
Indianapolis ColtsT.Y. HiltonDontrelle InmanChester Rogers- Ryan Grant
- Zach Pascal
It's all about the TE position in Indy this year
Jacksonville JaguarsDonte MoncriefDede WestbrookKeelan Cole
- DJ Chark
Your guess is as good as ours as to who performs weekly on this team. Moncrief has surprisingly been the most steady of the group, while Dede and Keelan are good but not consistent.
Kansas City ChiefsTyreek HillSammy WatkinsDeMarcus Robinson- Chris Conley
- De'Anthony Thomas
Mahomes has been a fantasy monster this season but Hill has still been the only legitimate, dependable WR from this group. Watkins has been more involved lately but needs to stay healthy.
Los Angeles ChargersKeenan AllenTyrell Williams Mike Williams- Travis Benjamin
- Geremy Davis
Keenan hasn't quite lived up to expectations, but he is still good. The Williams' have had up and down performances worthy of starting but hard to predict.
Los Angeles RamsRobert WoodsBrandin Cooks Josh ReynoldsNick WilliamsKupp was lost for the season after tearing his ACL in Week 10.
Miami DolphinsDanny AmendolaDaVante ParkerKenny StillsJakeem GrantMuch like the Bills WRs avoid if possible, but Amendola has been serviceable in PPR
Minnesota VikingsAdam ThielenStefon DiggsLaquon TreadwellAldrick RobinsonThielen has been incredible this season. Diggs is really good, but jumps behind him in the fantasy depth chart.
New England PatriotsJulian EdelmanJosh GordonChris Hogan- Cordarrelle Patterson (RB)
- Philip Dorsett

This receivng corps has really rounded out into good shape with the addition of Gordon and Edelman back from suspension.
New Orleans SaintsMichael Thomas Tre'Quan SmithBrandon Marshall- Austin Carr
- Keith Kirkwood
Unfortunately Dez never made it through a single practice. Here comes Brandon Marshall
New York GiantsOdell Beckham Jr.Sterling ShepardRussell Shepard- Benny Fowler
- Corey Coleman
OBJ is a top option every week. Sterling Shepard is usable most weeks but will have plenty of bust weeks too.
New York JetsRobby AndersonJermaine KearseAndre Roberts- Rishard Matthews
Quincy Enunwa (inj)
Enunwa injury has slowed down the passing attack and they let Pryor go. Anderson and Kearse are it for now. Start at your own risk.
Oakland RaidersBrandon LaFellSeth Roberts Martavis Bryant- Jordy Nelson (inj)
- Dwayne Harris
Shipping Cooper out of town really shakes things up here. It's LaFell time in Oakland.
Philadelphia EaglesAshlon Jefferey Golden TateNelson AgholorJordan Matthews
The addition of Tate does not hurt Jefferey as much as it hurts Agholor who has struggled some this season.
Pittsburgh SteelersAntonio BrownJuJu Smith-SchusterRyan SwitzerJames WashingtonAB and JuJu are must-starts every week. Enough said.
San Francisco 49ersMarquise Goodwin Kendrick BournePierre Garcon- Dante Pettis
- Trent Taylor
Goodwin has not lived up to the hype this season. Garcon has been bad. Honestly there is not much to like here.
Seattle SeahawksDoug BaldwinTyler LockettDavid MooreJaron BrownBaldwin is back and all we can hope for is another second half performance like we've seen in years past. Lockett continues to put up fantasy points.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersMike EvansDeSean JacksonAdam HumphriesChris GodwinLots of useable options here especially since the Bucs have to pass a lot since their defense is so bad.
Tennessee TitansCorey Davis Taywan TaylorTajae Sharpe Darius Jennings The offense is starting to click and Davis is looking like he is finally ready to serve as a WR2 the rest of the season.
Washington RedskinsJosh DoctsonMaurice HarrisMichael Floyd- Jamison Crowder (inj)
- Paul Richardson (inj)
Doctson has TDs in back-to-back weeks and he will continue to be TD dependent the rest of the fantasy season.

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