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NFL Fantasy Football Expert Analyst Lance Goodman takes an in depth look at the Fantasy Football landscape for the Wide Receiver position.


1. Antonio Brown, PIT

Still sitting atop the food chain at the Wide Receiver position as the most reliable and trusted option for fantasy on a weekly basis.


2. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU

Hopkins possess a rare and unique combination of athleticism, agility, speed, instincts, body control, strong hands and jumping ability that make him almost impossible to defend. 

3. Adam Theilen, MIN

Whether it's been Sam Bradford or Case Keenum at Quarterback, Theilen has stacked excellent numbers especially when you consider his draft position. When fellow Wide Receiver Stefon Diggs missed a few games, Theilen became the unquestioned #1WR.

4. Keenan Allen, LAC

Allen has been one of the best fantasy Wide Receivers since his rookie season back in 2013. He's had a bad string of random injuries but when healthy he's a big time play maker.


5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI

Fitz is hands down the top option for the Cardinals passing game and is having another strong year garnering a high volume of targets that lead to consistent production.

6. A.J. Green, CIN

Like many other fantasy STUD Wide Receivers this year, Green has had more Downs and disappointments than great games so far but is too talented to be held down for long as the go to guy in Cincy.


7. Michael Thomas, NO

He's only got 2 Touchdown catches on the year but he's had more than 8 targets in all but one game this year and has had more than 6.5 standard fantasy points in 8 out of 10 games.


8. Doug Baldwin, SEA

After a slow start, Baldwin is starting to heat up with TDs in 3 out of his last 4 games and appears to be on the same page with Quarterback Russell Wilson who is passing more than ever this season.

9. Tyreek Hill, KC

Dynamic play maker who is a threat to score from anywhere on the field utilizing his blinding speed which has him regarded as the fastest player in the NFL.


10. Marvin Jones, DET

Jones got off to a fast start last year in Detroit but slowly faded away. He vowed to be consistent all season long and has done exactly that becoming a huge play maker on a pass heavy offense.


Fantasy Wide Receiver Index

11. Brandin Cooks, NE


12. Julio Jones, ATL


13. Jarvis Landry, MIA


14. Devin Funchess, CAR

15. DaVanta Adams, GB


16. Golden Tate, DET


17. Michael Crabtree, OAK

18. Josh Gordon, CLE


19. Marquise Goodwin, SF


20. Dez Bryant, DAL


21. Alshon Jeffery, PHI (Nelson Agahlor)


22. Stefon Diggs, MIN


23. Robert Woods, LAR (Kupp & Watkins)


24. Jamison Crowder, WAS (Doctson & Grant)


25. Mohammed Sanu, ATL


26. Marquise Lee, JAC

27. T.Y. Hilton, IND


28. Chris Hogan, NE


29. Corey Coleman, CLE


30. Robbie Anderson, NYJ

Week 15 Favorable Match Ups

Michael Thomas vs. NYJ

Devin Funchess vs. GB

Tyreek Hill vs. LAC

Keenan Allen @ KC

Michael Crabtree vs. DAL

Larry Fitzgerald @ WAS

Adam Theilen vs. CIN

Julio Jones @ TB

Week 15 Luke Warm Match Ups

Antonio Brown vs. NE

Marvin Jones vs. CHI

Golden Tate vs. CHI

Jarvis Landry @ BUF*

Stefon Diggs vs. CIN

Ted Ginn Jr. vs. NYJ

Alshon Jeffery vs. NYG

Nelson Agahlor vs. NYG

Jordy Nelson @ CAR

DaVanta Adams @ CAR

Doug Baldwin vs. LAR

L.A. Rams @ SEA

Brandin Cooks @ PIT

Marquise Goodwin vs. TEN*

Dez Bryant @ OAK

Mohammed Sanu @ TB

Week 15 Tough Match Ups

T.Y. Hilton vs. DEN

Josh Gordon vs. CLE

A.J. Green @ MIN

Robbie Anderson @ NO

Washington Redskins vs. ARI

DeAndre Hopkins @ JAC

Mike Evans vs. ATL



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