Below are the updated fantasy football WR rankings with a heavy emphasis on this season’s performance.
1. Roddy White
2. Hakeem Nicks
3. Anquan Boldin
4. Reggie Wayne
5. Andre Johnson
6. Miles Austin
7. Brandon Marshall
8. Steve Smith (NYG)
9. Terrell Owens
10. Jeremy Macklin
11. Calvin Johnson
12. Larry Fitzgerald
13. Wes Welker
14. Randy Moss
15. Kenny Britt
15. Austin Collie
16. Marques Colston
17. Michael Crabtree
18. Greg Jennings
19. Chad Ochocinco
20. Percy Harvin
21. Brandon Lloyd
22. Santana Moss
23. Dez Bryant
24. Davone Bess
25. Jabar Gaffney
-Roddy White has consistently been the best WR in fantasy football this season. I dont think anyone can argue against. I was incredibly lucky to draft him in the third round as my SECOND receiver behind Andre Johnson. Yeah needless to say I am now 5-2 in my money league due to that bit of luck.
-Hakeem Nicks has exceeded even my expectations and I was very high on him coming into the year. He is a big play waiting to happen and is Eli Manning’s first look in the red zone. His stardom is here and not going anywhere.
-Andre Johnson undoubtedly would still be number 1 if not for a bum ankle that he kept him out oone game and limited him in another. He is still good ;).
-Anquan Boldin has been the big play receiver that the Ravens have lacked for years and he is proving without a shadow of a doubt that his earlier success was not based on being opposite Larry Fitzgerald.
-Speaking of Fitzgerald, I warned you that his numbers would take a dive due to the poor QB play in Arizona and that has been the case. His value is sinking fast so if you are an owner, you might have to take a loss if you want to move him now.
-Miles Austin has proven that last season wasnt a fluke but his value could take a hit now with Tony Romo out for 8 weeks.
-Brandon Marshall is physically the most awesome WR specimen I think I have ever seen. No one can guard him and he will continue to put up crazy numbers this season.
-I think that Marques Colston has got the quietest 40 catches in the league. I guess catching only one TD will do that for you.
-Steve Smith of the Giants is not yielding too much ground to upstart Nicks as he is once again on pace for a 100 catch season. He is PPR gold but he has caught two TD’s this season. Any gains in that category is a nice bonus.
-Terrell Owens has been the biggest WR value this season bar none. He has proven that he still is the big play talent he always has been. One of the NFL’s all time specimens.
-Kenny Britt has been a fantastic TD heavy option this season. He has shown big play ability since getting drafted last season. He wont catch enough passes to be a PPR option though.
-Austin Collie was in the midst of a huge breakout season until he got hurt. Right now its no known how much time he will miss but no doubt he could have had a truly special season. Still he has proven himself to be a great PPR option.
There you have it. Lets hear some opinions on this.