ChiCitySports Fantasy Review: 2017 Fantasy Football WR Rankings Reviewed by Momizat on . 2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB | RB Anyone who needs a reminder of how consistent the wide receiver market is in fantasy football, look no further than this 2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB | RB Anyone who needs a reminder of how consistent the wide receiver market is in fantasy football, look no further than this Rating: 0
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ChiCitySports Fantasy Review: 2017 Fantasy Football WR Rankings

ChiCitySports Fantasy Review: 2017 Fantasy Football WR Rankings

2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: QB | RB

Anyone who needs a reminder of how consistent the wide receiver market is in fantasy football, look no further than this list.

Each year, more names appear as options making it the deepest position in the game. While it’s a relief how many players there are to choose from, waiting too long can result in an ugly scenario for your team.

Rank Player Team Bye
1 Antonio Brown PIT 9
2 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG 8
3 Julio Jones ATL 5
4 Mike Evans TB 11
5 A.J. Green CIN 6
6 Jordy Nelson GB 8
7 Michael Thomas NO 5
8 T.Y. Hilton IND 11
9 Doug Baldwin SEA 6
10 Dez Bryant DAL 6
11 Amari Cooper OAK 10
12 DeAndre Hopkins HOU 7

All eyes will be on Brown this year as it could be his last with Ben Roethlisberger throwing to him. If that’s the case, his value could take a significant hit based on previous seasons with the backup under center.

Thomas is set for a 100-catch season in New Orleans but his long-term value could also dip if Brees walks away soon.

The WR1 tier provides production throughout. Hopkins should bounce back to 2015 marks as long as DeShaun Watson is the man under center for the Texans.

13 Keenan Allen LAC 9
14 Brandin Cooks NE 9
15 Demaryius Thomas DEN 5
16 Terrelle Pryor WAS 5
17 Alshon Jeffery PHI 10
18 Davante Adams GB 8
19 Michael Crabtree OAK 10
20 Allen Robinson JAC 8
21 Jarvis Landry MIA 11
22 Golden Tate DET 7
23 Emmanuel Sanders DEN 5
24 Martavis Bryant PIT 9

Mike Williams’ injury provides a perfect opportunity for Allen to dominate the Chargers’ offense – he’ll just need to stay healthy to do so.

Pryor may flirt with 1,200 yards this year now that he has a competent quarterback throwing to him in Kirk Cousins. Another big risk, reward player is Bryant. If he stays out of trouble, he’s a WR1 player.

Roethlisberger’s game was through the roof with the fourth year wideout on the field, but how will his year away from the game affect his play?

25 Larry Fitzgerald ARI 8
26 Tyreek Hill KC 10
27 Julian Edelman NE 9
28 Jamison Crowder WAS 5
29 Willie Snead NO 5
30 Stefon Diggs MIN 9
31 Jeremy Maclin BAL 10
32 Brandon Marshall NYG 8
33 Sammy Watkins LA 6
34 Donte Moncrief IND 11
35 Kelvin Benjamin CAR 11
36 Cameron Meredith CHI 9

Watkins’ trade to Los Angeles pulls the rug out from under his value. It’s possible Sean McVay knows what he’s doing and turns that offense into a respected…ah who am I kidding. Maclin and Marshall will bounce back from down 2016 campaigns wearing new colors.

Meredith has the potential for a top-20 campaign depending how the Bears’ quarterback situation pans out.

BEST OF THE REST

38 Pierre Garcon SF 11
39 Eric Decker TEN 8
40 Tyrell Williams LAC 9
41 Devante Parker MIA 11
42 DeSean Jackson TB 11
43 Kenny Britt CLE 9
44 John Brown ARI 8
45 Randall Cobb GB 8
46 Corey Davis TEN 8
47 Mike Wallace BAL 10
48 Corey Coleman CLE 9
49 Adam Thielen MIN 9
50 Jordan Matthews BUF 10
51 Marvin Jones DET 7
52 Zay Jones BUF 6
53 Rishard Matthews TEN 8
54 Sterling Shepard NYG 8
55 Josh Doctson WAS 5
56 Robert Woods LAR 8
57 Breshad Perriman BAL 10
58 Tyler Lockett SEA 6
59 Kenny Stills MIA 11
60 Anquan Boldin BUF 6
61 Ted Ginn NO 5
62 Robby Anderson NYJ 11
63 Marqise Lee JAC 8
64 Cole Beasley DAL 6
65 J.J. Nelson ARI 8
66 Nelson Agholor PHI 10
67 John Ross CIN 6
68 Tavon Austin LAR 8
69 Allen Hurns JAC 8
70 Mohamed Sanu ATL 5
71 Malcolm Mitchell NE 9
72 Taylor Gabriel ATL 5
73 Kevin White CHI 9
74 Devin Funchess CAR 11
75 Eli Rogers PIT 9
76 Kenny Golladay DET 7
77 Michael Floyd MIN 9
78 Chris Conley KC 10
79 Braxton Miller HOU 7
80 Paul Richardson SEA 6
81 Chris Hogan NE 9
82 Tyler Boyd CIN 6
83 Torrey Smith PHI 10
84 Kendall Wright CHI 9
85 Laquon Treadwell MIN 9
86 Terrance Williams DAL 6
87 ArDarius Stewart NYJ 11
88 Wendall Williams HOU 7
89 Chris Godwin TB 11
90 Cooper Kupp LAR 8
91 Travis Benjamin LAC 9
92 Brandon LaFell CIN 6
93 Josh Gordon CLE 9
94 Curtis Samuel CAR 11
95 Jeremy Kerley SF 11
96 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT 9
97 Josh Gordon CLE 9
98 Albert Wilson KC 10
99 Chris Godwin TB 11
100 Jaelen Strong HOU 7

 

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A former ESPN Radio and TV reporter of 8 years, Stephen is an avid fantasy sports and DFL player who has die-hard interests in the Cubs, Bears, Blackhawks and Bulls.

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