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2013 Top Wide Receivers (WR) Fantasy Football Rankings

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2012 Wide Receiver Rankings

Last Updated – August 28th

1 Calvin Johnson
2 Julio Jones
3 A.J. Green
4 Jordy Nelson
5 Andre Johnson
6 Larry Fitzgerald
7 Victor Cruz
8 Brandon Marshall
9 Roddy White
10 Greg Jennings
11 Hakeem Nicks
12 Brandon Lloyd
13 Antonio Brown
14 Wes Welker
15 Eric Decker
16 Dez Bryant
17 Steve Smith
18 Demaryius Thomas
19 Percy Harvin
20 DeSean Jackson
21 Dwayne Bowe
22 Jeremy Maclin
23 Reggie Wayne
24 Pierre Garcon
25 Marques Colston
26 Torrey Smith
27 Vincent Jackson
28 Stevie Johnson
29 Miles Austin
30 Mike Wallace
31 Titus Young
32 Nate Washington
33 Malcom Floyd
34 Greg Little
35 Justin Blackmon
36 Alshon Jeffery
37 Randy Moss
38 Sidney Rice
39 Michael Crabtree
40 Mike Williams
41 Robert Meachem
42 Darrius Heyward-Bey
43 Denarius Moore
44 Kenny Britt
45 Danny Amendola
46 Steve Smith, Stl
47 Kendall Wright
48 Brandon LaFell
49 Anquan Boldin
50 Emmanuel Sanders
51 Randall Cobb
52 Laurent Robinson
53 Davone Bess
54 Austin Collie
55 Earl Bennett
56 Santonio Holmes
57 Jonathan Baldwin
58 Rod Streater
59 Donald Jones
60 Golden Tate
61 Leonard Hankerson
62 Nate Burleson
63 Brandon Tate
64 Rueben Randle
65 David Nelson
66 Jerome Simpson
67 Ryan Broyles
68 Lestar Jean
69 Brian Quick
70 Santana Moss
71 James Jones
72 Keyshawn Martin
73 Armon Binns
74 Doug Baldwin
75 Michael Floyd
76 Juron Criner
77 Mario Manningham

2011 Wide Receiver Rankings

Rankings Last Updated – September 2nd

Finding top producing wide receivers are essential for success in standard redraft leagues as it is in any league format, for that matter. That said, just looking to the top producers last season can get you in trouble. In the end, they’re a usually a handle full of great receiving talents to choose from that have established credentials and have the ability to play at that level year after year.

In playing this crazy game for over twenty years now, maybe the best advice I can give you is to look at the top five to ten receivers on our rankings or other websites rankings and choose the option you “believe in” the most. Just look at Dwayne Bowe’s 2010 season as an example of why you need to have faith that a great talent can get the job done. Bowe probably had one of the greatest seven game stretches I’ve ever seen from a receiver, a year ago, but in that same season, he was a no show in stretches.

While Bowe’s example is extreme, the point I’m trying to get across to you is that even the best receivers may average around five to seven touches per game. This can lead to stretches in a great season that they will frustrate you by not finding the end-zone or only amassing two or three receptions without big plays down the field.

Now in Bowe’s case that seasons, his value was a No.2 receiver (let alone a top ten) but if you didn’t believe he could get the job done, you probably didn’t hang with him through his early slow stretch. This can drive you nuts when a star talent has ups and downs, and it’s even worse when you lose patents with them.

If you have any doubt that your top receiver won’t get the job done from the very moment you draft him, he’s not the right option for you, at that point in the draft. Furthermore, I would recommend you look to your first three receivers as options you have confidence in and then if you want to speculate later in the draft, those selections will either help you or find the waiver wire, as you acquire a better option.

Our wide receiver projections below take into account not just each pass catchers 2011 projected stats, but each players upside, risk, weather factors, strength of schedule, style of offense and the team they have (skill players) around them. Throughout the summer, we will be updating this page because injuries, free agency and unexpected breaking news are constant and values are always in flux.

For fantasy player rankings beyond standard redraft league play feel free to check out our cheat sheets section of the website for rankings in various league play. We will also have mock drafts available to help you get an idea of where various wide receivers are being selected in different league styles. We also have a PPR and Keeper / Dynasty rankings for receivers as well.

1

Calvin Johnson

2

Andre Johnson

3

Hakeem Nicks

4

Roddy White

5

Larry Fitzgerald

6

Greg Jennings

7

Vincent Jackson

8

Dwayne Bowe

9

Mike Wallace

10

Miles Austin

11

Reggie Wayne

12

DeSean Jackson

13

Santonio Holmes

14

Dez Bryant

15

Brandon Lloyd

16

Mike Williams (TB)

17

Wes Welker

18

Brandon Marshall

19

Percy Harvin

20

Anquan Boldin

21

Mario Manningham

22

Austin Collie

23

Steve Johnson

24

Jeremy Maclin

25

Santana Moss

26

Lance Moore

27

Lee Evans

28

Kenny Britt

29

Sidney Rice

30

Marques Colston

31

Steve Smith (Car)

32

A.J. Green

33

Nate Burleson

34

Chad Ochocinco

35

Mike Sims-Walker

36

Malcom Floyd

37

Mike Thomas

38

Plaxico Burress

39

Braylon Edwards

40

Robert Meachem

41

Hines Ward

42

Julio Jones

43

Jordy Nelson

44

Deion Branch

45

Jacoby Ford

46

Michael Crabtree

47

Mike Williams (Sea)

48

Pierre Garcon

49

Roy Williams

50

James Jones

51

Danny Amendola

52

Derrick Mason

53

Steve Breaston

54

Denarious Moore

55

Devin Hester

56

Jason Hill

57

Donald Driver

58

Greg Little

59

Anthony Armstrong

60

Jordan Shipley

61

Torrey Smith

62

Davone Bess

63

Brandon LaFell

64

Donnie Avery

65

Johnny Knox

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