2012 WR Auction Values
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Take a look at our wide receivers auction values for standard leagues, 200 dollar cap.
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Last Updated – Auction 28th
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2011 – WR Auction Values
Values Last Updated – September 2nd
Roddy White has been one of the top receivers in fantasy football for a few seasons now, but in 2010, he took his game to another level. For the first time in White’s career, he went over 100 receptions and seemed to get the job done even though he didn’t have a respectable option on the other side of the field to help him out. In the end, maybe it was because the Falcons didn’t have a respectable No.2 receiver that led to his breakout as Matt Ryan continues to progress into a potential star quarterback.
Now, Julio Jones will line up on the other side of the field, and I’m a little concerned that he might steal some of the big plays in this offense, as he will get single coverage against lesser corners, and Ryan should find ways to “throw him open” while stretching the field. Still, White is worthy of being one of the top three receivers to bid on this summer, and he should go for around 40 dollars at your auction draft.
As you can see by the values listed below, the first eight or nine receivers on this list will likely go for over 20 dollars but the values start to slide from that point on. This makes sense as I don’t feel the receiving core overall for fantasy football side strong, and it seems after the top ten receivers, it could be anyone’s guess as to which receivers will emerge as the next viable players to start in a given month or year.
At the end of the day, receivers only touch the football so many times in a game and only a few targets will provide top end consistency to go with their big play ability. Make sure you look to target one of the top ten receivers to build your receiving core around as all those names can give you steady play throughout the season.
The dollar values below are based on a 200 dollar cap, so make sure you keep that in mind when going over the players listed below. We will have updates for this page and all our various rankings on the website throughout the summer.
Expect changes to this page towards the end of July as free agency is likely to start on July 15th and players are sure to move around the league, thus creating change in our values below. We will also update our rankings around the third week of the preseason as that time of the summer when the bulk of drafts start to take place around the web.
|16||Mike Williams (TB)||13|
|31||Steve Smith (Car)||3|
|47||Mike Williams (Sea)||0|