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Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Depth Chart


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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Arizona CardinalsLarry FitzgeraldChad WilliamsJJ NelsonTrent SherfieldChristian Kirk is on the IR so Fitz will likely see a bit of an uptick in targets. Chad Williams moves into Kirk's role, but it not fantasy relevant.
Atlanta FalconsJulio JonesCalvin RidleyMohamed Sanu- Justin Hardy
- Marvin Hall
Julio is back to dominating again in fantasy thanks to finding the endzone.
Baltimore RavensMichael CrabtreeJohn BrownWillie Snead - Chris MooreThis receiving corps is difficult to trust, especially if Lamar Jackson is under center and running a lot more.
Buffalo BillsZay JonesRobert FosterIsaiah McKenzieRay-Ray McCloudFoster and McKenzie have looked really good the last couple weeks, while Zay Jones has disappeared again.
Carolina PanthersDJ MooreDevin FunchessCurtis Samuel- Torrey Smith
- Jarius Wright
Devin Funchess is back but DJ Moore and even Curtis Samuel are who you want to play here most.
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 BengalsJohn RossCody CoreAlex Erickson- Auden Tate
- Tyler Boyd (INJ)
Green was already out, now Boyd with an MCL sprain. I'll pass on this group if I can.
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 BroncosCourtland SuttonDaeSean HamiltonTim PatrickAndre HolmesSutton has not done as much as we hoped with the loss of Sanders. However, Hamilton has become flex-worthy in PPR.
Detroit LionsKenny GolladayT.J. JonesBrandon Powell- Andy Jones
- Bruce Ellington (INJ)
Golladay and the entire Lions receiving corps has struggled lately, with the exception of Golladay's big Week 15.
Green Bay PackersDevante AdamsRandall CobbMarquez Valdes-ScantlingEquanimeous St. BrownCobb is back so he moves ahead of MVP and Brown, but he is hard to trust. Adams is really all you want here.
Houston TexansDeAndre HopkinsDemaryius ThomasKeke CouteeSammie CoatesHopkins is a must start, while Thomas is a matchup-dependent WR3/Flex
Indianapolis ColtsT.Y. HiltonRyan GrantChester Rogers- Zach Pascal
- Dontrelle Inman
It is T.Y or bust with this receiving group.
Jacksonville JaguarsDede WestbrookDonte MoncriefKeelan Cole
DJ Chark
Dede has now taken over as the best WR to own here, but it still hard to start him given the QB situation.
Kansas City ChiefsTyreek HillChris ConleyKelvin Benjamin- DeMarcus Robinson
- De'Anthony Thomas
Sammy Watkins (INJ)
Mahomes has been crazy good all year. Even with that, Hill somehow is the only option you want to start with the Wakins injury.
Los Angeles ChargersKeenan AllenMike WilliamsTyrell Williams - Travis Benjamin
- Geremy Davis
Keenan's injury early in Week 15 was a tough blow for fantasy owners. He might be able to play in Week 16, if not Mike Williams proved he can step up.
Los Angeles RamsRobert WoodsBrandin Cooks Josh ReynoldsNick WilliamsThere was hope that Reynolds would turn into a consistent target for Goff, that has not happened. Woods and Cooks is all you can start here.
Miami DolphinsKenny StillsDanny AmendolaDaVante ParkerJakeem GrantMuch like the Bills WRs avoid if possible.
Minnesota VikingsAdam ThielenStefon DiggsLaquon TreadwellAldrick RobinsonThe passing attack for the Vikings has slowed down considerably. Thielen and Diggs are still must starts though.
New England PatriotsJulian EdelmanJosh GordonChris Hogan- Cordarrelle Patterson (RB)
- Philip Dorsett

After Edelman and Gordon I'm not using any of these guys.
New Orleans SaintsMichael Thomas Tre'Quan Smith Keith Kirkwood- Austin Carr
- Brandon Marshall
Michael Thomas is the only receiver you can trust each week. Smith has had some huge weeks but also zeros. Kirkwood and Carr are scoring but that is their only catch in some games.
New York GiantsSterling ShepardRussell ShepardBenny Fowler- Corey Coleman
- Odell Beckham Jr. (INJ)
OBJ missed another week and without him there is nobody you want to start from this group.
New York JetsRobby AndersonJermaine KearseAndre Roberts- Rishard Matthews
- Charone Peake
- Quincy Enunwa (INJ)
Darnold returned and he surprised by looked pretty good. Anderson had a nice game with Enunwa out. I would not trust him if I could help it.
Oakland RaidersJordy NelsonDwayne HarrisSeth Roberts Marcell AtemanThis is yet again another receiving corps you want to avoid. If you must its Jordy Nelson.
Philadelphia EaglesAshlon Jefferey Golden TateNelson AgholorJordan Matthews
It is clear Foles and Jefferey have a connection. Perhaps making Jefferey a viable option in your fantasy championships.
Pittsburgh SteelersAntonio BrownJuJu Smith-SchusterRyan SwitzerJames WashingtonAB and JuJu are must-starts every week. Enough said.
San Francisco 49ersMarquise Goodwin Trent TaylorKendrick Bourne- Dante Pettis
- Pierre Garcon (Inj)
Goodwin has not lived up to the hype this season. Garcon has been bad/injured. Honestly there is not much to like here.
Seattle SeahawksDoug BaldwinTyler LockettDavid MooreJaron BrownThere is not a lot of passing volume so expecting big games from these guys is hard each week. It really depends on who scores. Baldwin is banged up so even he is hard to like starting.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersMike EvansAdam HumphriesChris Godwin- Justin Watson
- DeSean Jackson (inj)
Lots of useable options here especially since the Bucs have to pass a lot since their defense is so bad. DJax injury has made Humphries a legit option as of late.
Tennessee TitansCorey Davis Taywan TaylorTajae Sharpe Darius Jennings Davis is very hit or miss depending on which Mariota shows up. He is super talented so he is hard to sit, but some weeks I would.
Washington RedskinsJamison CrowderJosh DoctsonMaurice HarrisMichael FloydJosh Johnson is now under center. There is no way you can use the Redskins receivers.

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