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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

2014 FANTASY FOOTBALL UPDATED WIDE RECEIVER RANKINGS

The receivers are up next as we update the 2014 fantasy football position rankings for the last time before the season begins.  Let's see where this group stands with the all-important third preseason game in the rearview mirror.

1.  Calvin Johnson:  As incredibly dominant as Johnson is, it wouldn't shock me if Demaryuis Thomas finished with better numbers.
2.  Demaryuis Thomas:  See above.
3.  Dez Bryant:  Have settled firmly on Bryant as the number 3 wideout ahead of A.J. Green as Scott Linehan as his OC should have him threaten the 100-catch mark for the first time in his career.
4.  A.J. Green:  Will still have tremendous numbers no matter if run-loving Hue Jackson is in town.
5.  Brandon Marshall:  Still the better bet to lead Bears in catchers despite emergence of Alshon Jeffery.  Touchdowns are another matter though.
6.  Julio Jones:  Looks completely healthy and ready to dominate.  As long as his body holds up which is always a shaky proposition.
7.  Jordy Nelson
8.  Antonio Brown:  Another 100 catches likely which is huge in PPR but lacks the TDs of some of the other top guys.
9.  Alshon Jeffery
10. Randall Cobb:  I see 90 catches from this slot dynamo.
11. Keenan Allen
12. Andre Johnson:  No matter who is at QB, this PPR monster will continue to rack up the catches and yards.  Not the scores though.
13. Victor Cruz
14. Roddy White:  Love the bounce back potential of a healthy White in a big time passing offense.  Still has gas left in the tank.
15. Vincent Jackson:  Never as high on Jackson as others are due to the fact his numbers tend to fluctuate from game-to-game and he lacks PPR upside.
16. Larry Fitzgerald
17. Pierre Garcon:  Don't pay for Garcon's 2013 career season.  Lots more mouths to feed in this offense for 2014.
18. Michael Crabtree
19. Julian Edelman:  Could lose 10 catches or so with a fully healthy Rob Gronkowski but Edelman is ready to hold down his place as the new Wes Welker in the New England Patriots offense.
20. Michael Floyd
21. Emmanuel Sanders:  With Wes Welker already having concussions problems, Sanders could turn out to be a monster PPR threat in the offense.
22. Kendall Wright:  Development of Justin Hunter has me more nervous about Wright than I did two weeks ago.  Should still at least be a good PPR help. 
23. Jeremy Maclin
24. Marques Colston:  Still like Colston a whole lot as talk of his demise have been greatly exaggerated.
25. Reggie Wayne
26. Percy Harvin
27. Cordarelle Patterson
28. Mike Wallace
29. Wes Welker:  Not a misprint as Welker has already suffered another concussion and could be facing retirement soon.
30. Anquan Boldin
31. DeSean Jackson
32. Brandin Cooks
33. Golden Tate
34. T.Y. Hilton
35. Torrey Smith
36. Eric Decker
37. Terrance Williams
38. Mike Evans
39. Hakeem Nicks
40. Sammy Watkins
41. Cecil Shorts
42. Jordan Matthews
43. Riley Cooper
44. Dwayne Bowe
45. Andre Caldwell
46. Steve Smith
47. Reuben Randle
48. Danny Amendola
49. James Jones
50. DeAndre Hopkins
51. Greg Jennings
52. Tavon Austin
53. Kenny Stills
54. Markus Wheaton
55. Brian Hartline
56. Rod Streater
57. Harry Douglas
58. Mike Williams
59. Jarrett Boykin
60. Aaron Dobson

 

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