In order to win your fantasy league you need to draft receivers accordingly. Combing a WR with your QB is a good idea. Fantasy Friends can draft combos like Tony Romo and Terrance Williams. Blake Bortles and Allen Hurns. Hurns will easily have 70 receptions. Each week in Daily Fantasy Sports wrs go off. Moon Man is here on Earth to Help.

Top 100 Fantasy Wide Receivers Draft Rankings.

League Draft Rankings (PPR):

  1. Julio Jones (Falcons).
  2. Antonio Brown (Steelers).
  3. Allen Robinson (Jaguars).
  4. Odell Beckam Jr. (Giants).
  5. DeAndre Hopkins (Texans).
  6. Brandon Marshall (New York Jets).
  7. A.J. Green (Bengals).
  8. Dez Bryant (Cowboys).
  9. Keenan Allen (Chargers).
  10. Alshon Jeffery (Chicago Bears).
  11. Jarvis Landry (Miami Dolphins).
  12. Kelvin Benjamin (Carolina Panthers).
  13. Jordy Nelson (Green Bay Packers).
  14. Brandin Cooks (New Orleans Saints).
  15. Golden Tate (Detroit Lions).
  16. Doug Baldwin (Seattle Seahawks).
  17. Amari Cooper (Oakland Raiders).
  18. Sammy Watkins (Buffalo Bills).
  19. Jeremy Maclin (Kansas City Chiefs).
  20. Larry Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals).
  21. Mike Evans (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
  22. Allen Hurns (Jacksonville Jaguars).
  23. Demaryius Thomas (Denver Broncos).
  24. Julian Eldeman (New England Patriots).
  25. Donte Moncrief (Indianapolis Colts).
  26. Emmanuel Sanders (Denver Broncos).
  27. Sterling Shepard (New York Giants).
  28. Jordan Matthews (Philadelphia Eagles).
  29. Eric Decker (New York Jets).
  30. DeVante Parker (Miami Dolphins).
  31. Michael Floyd (Arizona Cardinals).
  32. T.Y. Hilton (Indianapolis Colts).
  33. Marvin Jones (Detroit Lions).
  34. Kamar Aiken (Baltimore Ravens).
  35. Randall Cobb (Randall Cobb).
  36. Michael Crabtree (Oakland Raiders).
  37. Willie Snead (New Orleans Saints).
  38. Dorial Green-Beckam (Tennessee Titans).
  39. Laquon Treadwell (Minnesota Vikings).
  40. Corey Coleman (Cleveland Browns)
  41. Josh Doctson (Washington Redskins).
  42. Desean Jackson (Washington Redskins).
  43. Tavon Austin (L.A. Rams).
  44. Kevin White (Chicago Bears).
  45. John Brown (Arizona Cardinals).
  46. Tyler Boyd (Cincinnati Bengals).
  47. Travis Benjamin (San Diego Chargers).
  48. Vincent Jackson (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
  49. Tyler Lockett (Seattle Seahawks).
  50. Brandon Coleman (New Orleans Saints).
  51. Stephon Diggs (Minnesota Vikings).
  52. Terrence Williams (Dallas Cowboys).
  53. Pierre Garcon (Washington Redskins).
  54. Albert Wilson (Kansas City Chiefs).
  55. Mohamed Sanu (Atlanta Falcons).
  56. Michael Thomas (New Orleans Saints).
  57. Markus Wheaton (Pittsburgh Steelers).
  58. Mike Wallace (Baltimore Ravens).
  59. Will Fuller (Houston Texans).
  60. Victor Cruz (New York Giants).
  61. Jamison Crowder (Washington Redskins).
  62. Brandon LaFell (Cincinnati Bengals).
  63. Davante Adams (Green Bay Packers).
  64. Phillip Dorsett (Indianapolis Colts).
  65. Rashard Higgins (Cleveland Browns).
  66. Sammie Coates (Pittsburgh Steelers).
  67. Jeff Janis (Green Bay Packers).
  68. Jaelen Strong (Houston Texans).
  69. Cole Beasley (Dallas Cowboys).
  70. Steve Smith Sr. (Baltimore Ravens).
  71. Robert Woods (Buffalo Bills).
  72. Chris Hogan (New England Patriots).
  73. Darrius Heyward-Bey (Pittsburgh Steelers).
  74. Kendall Wright (Tennessee Titans).
  75. Braxton Miller (Houston Texans).
  76. Josh Huff (Philadelphia Eagles).
  77. Breshad Perriman (Baltimore Ravens).
  78. Kenny Britt (L.A. Rams).
  79. Jermaine Kearse (Seattle Seahawks).
  80. Cecil Shorts (Houston Texans).
  81. Josh Gordon (Cleveland Browns).
  82. Danny Amendola (New England Patriots).
  83. Nelson Agholor (Philadelphia Eagles).
  84. Devin Funchess (Carolina Panthers).
  85. Justin Hardy (Atlanta Falcons).
  86. Tajae Sharpe (Tennessee Titans).
  87. Ted Ginn Jr. (Carolina Panthers).
  88. Rishard Matthews (Tennessee Titans).
  89. Seth Roberts (Oakland Raiders).
  90. Kenny Stills (Miami Dolphins).
  91. Anquan Boldin (Detroit Lions).
  92. Andrew Hawkins (Cleveland Browns).
  93. Adam Humphries (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
  94. Rashad Greene (Jacksonville Jaguars).
  95. Chris Conley (Kansas City Chiefs).
  96. Marqise Lee (Jacksonville Jaguars).
  97. Leonte Carroo (Miami Dolphins).
  98. Keyarris Garrett (Carolina Panthers)
  99. J.J. Nelson (Arizona Cardinals).
  100. Bennie Fowler (Denver Broncos).

As Always,

(Teams Going Off + Thoughts Flexed In = Combination Lineups)

May the Fantasy Force be with you.

21 thoughts on “TOP 100 WIDE RECEIVERS

    1. Odell did his thing on the field. Thats for sure. A Rob underperformed as did many top wrs this past season.
      All my leagues had Jarvis Landry as #1 wr due to David Johnson being available picks 4-10. Followed up with Le’Veon Bell!!
      Guys like Kelvin Benjamin, Golden Tate, Willie Snead and Chris Hogan rounded out the wr core. Activity on the waiver with Adam Thielen, Tyreek Hill and Sammie Watkins late off the top of my head paid off. As it was a week to week start-sit at wr for myself!!
      Blake Bortles anchored the squad as i was too high on him but he played well early and late so Kap covered his horrid games as a spot starter.
      Needless to say. Johnson-Bell was a historic combination and Championships glory was attained!!lol


  1. After further review, Osweiler in Houston and injuries to Chicago’s QBs has resulted in DeAndre Hopkins and Alshon Jeffrey disappointing.

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    1. After the week 6 review Alshon is definitely a disappointment. Hoyer loved Meredith and Miller. The safe short routes.
      Alshon is a notorious 2nd half of the season performer and Cutler may come back. Id buy low on Alshon in league play if you already have 1 or 2 viable wr options.
      As for Hopkins….Def a bust. Id sell now. Im sure he will put up a couple big games but Dehop will not be a top 5 wr at yr’s end!!


    1. Can’t argue with Odell over A Rob!!!
      Too many weapons in Houston and no way D Hop gets 190+ targets in 2016. Should see a balanced attack with Lamar Miller back too.
      Being so high on Bottles has A Rob higher. Things change so when Moon Man’s newest rankings come out!!! Odell might just be at the #3 spot!! Wonder if he makes a top 10 catch for the third straight yr??

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      1. D-Hop won’t get 190+ targets but he is still THE GUY in Houston. Miller is good but he isn’t a world beater. Hop has done it with any QB and will be top the guy there again. Not to mention Oswelier looks pretty legit as their QB. A Rob is a beast but he also has Hurns and JT who will play a huge part.

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      2. Tru. Hop is the man. They brought in Fuller and Braxton Miller. Jalen Strong getting targets too. See Hopkins as more of a late 1st rounder to mid 2nd!!
        A Rob should see an increase in targets this year. Valid point with JT finally 100% healthy. Burns is a good looking 3rd yr wr too. TBT for A Rob.

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