Sunday, June 25, 2017


41. Adam Thielen:  I think I have Thielen ranked too low here as he showed big-time PPR ability last season.  Has to show he can do it with opposing defenses now focusing on him but I like Thielen's chances.
42. Mike Williams:  Maybe this 'Mike Williams" will not go bust in the NFL.
43. Stefon Diggs:  Injuries and wild swings in production make Diggs a WR 3 at best.
44. Pierre Garcon:  A profession who gets his numbers no matter what team he is on.
45. Kevin White:  Just can't ever seem to stay on the field to show what people have always said was top-end ability.
46. Sterling Shepard:  The arrival of Brandon Marshall didn't help Shepard's causes but Eli Manning looked his way in the red zone more than any wideout last season outside of Odell.
47. Jordan Matthews:  Stock has dropped sharply the last season-plus and showing no signs of stopping.
48. Randall Cobb:  See above.
49. Kenny Britt:  Britt can be a red-zone weapon which puts him in WR 3 territory in standard formats but that is as far as I would go when it comes to usage.
50. DeVante Parker:  Another one more on potential than production.
51. Cole Beasley:  Has developed nicely as a WR 3 in PPR.
52. Jeremy Maclin:  Fresh start in Baltimore where Maclin has a chance to do some nice things at a very cheap price.
53. Mike Wallace:  Capable of the big play at any moment but Wallace's story has gotten boring.
54. Cameron Meredith:  Another PPR guy who has developed well lately.
55. Allen Hurns:  Had a lost 2016 due to injury but Hurns has proven himself to be a good backup receiver/WR 3 in his still-young career.
56. John Ross:  Took a step back last season but Ross capable of bouncing back as a deep-threat wideout if he stays healthy.
57. Quincy Enunwa:  Now the top wideout on the New York Jets but that may not be saying much.
58. Marvin Jones:  Outside of a monster September last season, Jones was a liability to own.
59. Tyler Lockett:  Has some remaining upside but not a fan of the offense.
60. Will Fuller:  Drops too many passes and second fiddle behind DeAndre Hopkins on a QB-challenged team not a good combination.  

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