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Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart

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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 CardinalsChristian KirkLarry FitzgeraldKeeSean Johnson- Andy Isabella
- Pharoh Cooper
- Damiere Byrd
Fitz and Kirk are both startable when healthy. Kirk is currently a buy low.
Atlanta FalconsJulio JonesCalvin RidleyRussell Gage- Justin Hardy
Jones and Ridley are the only WR you can really rely on in this offense. Sanu being traded doesn't change much for this group.
Baltimore RavensMarquise BrownWillie Snead
Miles Boykin - Seth RobertsBrown had been a nice surprise to start the season but injuries have slowed his momentum. Snead is a flex play in deep leagues and Boykin is a buy low in dynasty formats.
Buffalo BillsJohn BrownCole BeasleyRobert Foster- Duke Williams
- Andre Roberts
Josh Allen to John Brown looks to be the solid connection we all hoped for. Brown is a high upside WR 3 play in fantasy and DFS tournaments. Beasley continues to be a flex option/WR3 in PPR leagues.
Carolina PanthersD.J. MooreCurtis SamuelJarius Wright- Donte Moncrief

D.J. Moore is on his way to being a top 15-20 WR in redraft. Samuel has been inconsistent but is a flex play in deep leagues.
Chicago BearsAllen RobinsonTaylor GabrielAnthony Miller- Cordarrelle Patterson
- Javon Wims
Arob is a safe play but Miller is a stay away until the coach remembers he's on the team. Trubisky stinks.
Cincinatti BengalsTyler BoydAuden TateAlex Erickson- Stanley Morgan
- AJ Green (INJ)
- John Ross (INJ)
Tyler Boyd has been a target magnet and Tate has essentially taken Eifert's role in the offense. Can Ryan Finley play QB? No one knows. What a mess.
Cleveland BrownsOdell Beckham Jr.Jarvis LandryAntonio Callaway- Rashard Higgins
- Taywan Taylor

Landry is very talented but good luck predicting when he'll go off and when he'll be a dud.
Dallas CowboysAmari CooperMichael GallupRandall Cobb- Tavon Austin

Cooper is a stud when healthy but has been nicked up as of late. Gallup is a high upside WR 3 and a great buy in dynasty.
Denver BroncosCourtland SuttonDaeSean HamiltonTim PatrickSome guy no one has ever heard of is now the QB for the Broncos. The good news is he can't be any worse than Flacco was. Hamilton has been a complete disappointment.
Detroit LionsKenny GolladayMarvin JonesDanny Amendola- Marvin HallIf Stafford can stay healthy, Golladay and Jones should continue to produce at a WR 1 and WR 2 pace. Amendola has been a nice add in deep and PPR leagues since Kerryon Johnson went down.
Green Bay PackersDavante AdamsMarquez Valdes-ScantlingAllen Lazard- Geronimo Allison
- Jake Kumerow
A lot of injuries here have muddled the situation along with the passing game taking a backseat some weeks. Adams doesn't look fully healthy, MVS is inconsistent at best. The Lazard King has emerged as the number 3, pushing Allison to the back of the pack.
Houston TexansDeAndre HopkinsWill FullerKenny Stills- Keke CouteeFuller, Stills and Coutee continue to negate each other's value. If one of them goes down, the others are an immediate add. Until then, it's a roll of the dice.
Indianapolis ColtsZach PascalChester RogersDeon Cain- T.Y. Hilton (INJ)
- Parris Campbell (INJ)
- Devin Funchess (INJ)
Jacoby Brissett targets TE's, Hilton and Pascal. The rest are stay aways in PPR and Standard formats.
Jacksonville JaguarsD.J. CharkDede WestbrookChris Conley- Keelan Cole
Chark has proven to be the number one with Minshew, but now Foles returns.
Kansas City ChiefsTyreek HillSammy WatkinsMecole Hardman- Demarcus Robinson
- Byron Pringle
Entering Week 10, the KC offense looks to be as healthy as they have been all season. All systems go.
Los Angeles ChargersKeenan AllenMike WilliamsAndre Patton- Geremy DavisMike Williams is emerging as a legit WR 2, frustrating Keenan Allen owners, especially in standard scoring leagues.
Los Angeles RamsCooper KuppRobert WoodsJosh Reynolds- Brandin Cooks (INJ)The passing offense has been a complete bust outside of Kupp. Reynolds is a sneaky good play until Cooks returns.
Miami DolphinsDevante ParkerAlbert WilsonAllen Huns- Jakeem Grant

People have been predicting a Davante Parker breakout since the 1980's. It might actually be happening this time.
Minnesota VikingsStefon DiggsBisi Johnson Laquon TreadwellAdam Thielen (INJ)

Theilen's injury complicates things for the offense but Diggs is always a must start. Bisi Johnson is a nice sleeper in deep leagues.
New England PatriotsJulian EdelmanMohamed SanuPhillip Dorsett- N'Keal Harry
- Jakobi Meyers


Sanu is quickly entering Brady's circle of trust. He is now a legit WR2 option in PPR leagues.
New Orleans SaintsMichael Thomas Ted GinnTre'Quan SmithDeonte HarrisBrees is back. Ginn is back. Smith is back. Light it up!
New York GiantsGolden TateDarius SlaytonCody Latimer- Bennie Fowler
- Sterling Shepard (INJ)

Shepard still in the concussion protocol has allowed Tate to carve out a WR 2 roll with the Giants. Slayton has been sneaky good and is an add in deep leagues and dynstay.
New York JetsRobby AndersonJamison CrowderDemaryius Thomas- Vyncint Smith
Crowder could be on the verge of taking the number 1 WR job with the Jets.
Oakland RaidersTyrell WilliamsHunter RenfrowZay Jones- Marcell AtemanTyrell the Gazelle has gone from must play TD machine to hope and pray for a TD. Hunter Renfrow is a nice PPR flex play from here on out.
Philadelphia EaglesAlshon JeffreyNelson AgholorJ.J. Arcega-Whiteside- DeSean Jackson (INJ)
DJax is out, most likely for the season. Agholor stinks. JJAW stinks.
Pittsburgh SteelersJuju Smith-SchusterDionte JohnsonJames Washington- Ryan Switzer
Mason Rudolph looks decent enough and has turned Dionte Johnson into a flex play. JuJu continues to disappoint, especially in standard leagues.
San Francisco 49ersEmmanuel SandersDeebo SamuelDante Pettis- Kendrick BourneSanders becomes the No. 1 upon his arrival and looks to have a solid connection with Garoppolo. Deebo and Pettis are dynasty only plays as of now.
Seattle SeahawksTyler LockettD.K. MetcalfJosh Gordon- David Moore
- Jaron Brown
Pop it and Lockett. Lockett and Metcalf are making owners forget about the absence of Doug Baldwin. Will Josh Gordon's arrival impact Metcalf?
Tampa Bay BuccaneersMike EvansChris GodwinBreshad Perriman
Mike Evans is the 1A and Godwin is the 1B. This may be the best WR duo in the NFL.
Tennessee TitansA.J. BrownCorey DavisAdam Humphries- Tajae SharpeTannehill has proven AJB and Davis were slowed by Mariota. AJB has emerged as the number one.
Washington RedskinsTerry McLaurinPaul RichardsonTrey Quinn- Steven Sims
Scary Terry McLaurin is the real deal. He's a WR 3 play with upside every week until further notice, as long as Keenum is at QB. With Haskins at the helm, McLaurin is merely a shot in the dark flex play or DFS tournament option.

 


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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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