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2013 Player Rankings: Wide Receivers
Updated: September 4, 2013   Print this page Print 
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Keenan Allen - SDC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 72
Keeper: 66
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj SDC   40 560   3      

(+Upside) Allen is going to have more value in future seasons than as a rookie. The Cal wideout was highly rated by many scouts and ended up as the Chargers 3.14 pick - a bargain according to many. What caused his fall was a torn PCL he suffered last year and he was unable to workout at the NFL combine. He had a personal pro day later in April and only ran a 4.7/40 while describing himself as only "85% healthy". His lack of speed hurts his chances of being a complete receiver in the NFL but he was still very productive for the Bears and set the school's all-time mark for receptions (205). At 6-2, he can still make a solid slot receiver working the middle of the field. But for 2013, he won't likely do better than the #5 or #4 option for Phillip Rivers.

08-12-13 Update: Allen is still receiving treatment on his surgically-repaired left knee. He's untouchable in a redraft.

08-18-13 Update: Allen is working out with the first team because the Chargers literally have no one else healthy. He remains a risk and likely remain below fantasy relevance.

Danny Amendola - NEP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 22
Keeper: 23
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 8%
2010 STL 16 85 689 8.1 3 7 81  
2011 STL 1 5 45 9.0        
2012 STL 11 63 666 10.6 3 2 8  
Avg   9 51 467 9.2 2 3 30 0
Proj NEP   94 1050   7      

(-Risk) (+Upside) Amendola will be of great interest in fantasy drafts and rightfully so since he is the most likely replacement for Wes Welker. He's seemingly a decent fit since he was a pass sponge in St. Louis where he had over eight receptions in four different games. He has been the only weapon that worked in St. Louis but of course - that is only when he was healthy. He missed nearly the entire 2011 season and last year missed five more games. The Patriots signed hi, to a five-year deal worth up to $31 million so there is no confusion as to who they believe the best wideout on the team is. Amendola was great at catching over the middle passes but he's been tagged as unable to do anything with it. Last year was his best and still he only managed a 10.6 YPC. His catches are more akin to tight ends and the Pats already have two formidable tights ends. There is huge upside here in a reception points league. There is risk for getting burned as he has done in all four seasons. He has never scored more than 3 touchdowns in any year and has never ended with more than 689 yards. But he is with Brady, they paid him big and they need him to show up.

Tavon Austin - STL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 31
Keeper: 27
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 6%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj STL   50 780   5   220 1

Austin will be one of the smallest players in the NFL and yet this is a guy who ran a sub-4.3/40. He is described as “video game-like” with tremendous ability to start and stop; shift laterally and immediately hit the afterburners. He’s destined for work in the slot but could be used on special teams or in any number of trick plays. He compares mostly to Percy Harvin as one of the explosive players that a team just has to figure out how to get the ball into his hands out in space. The obvious hope is that he can provide the Rams (and Sam Bradford) with the play maker that has long been missing in St. Louis. Austin led the country last year with 198 all- purpose yards per game. He is definitely the “new breed” of receiver that is succeeding in the NFL. He's not likely to lead the Rams in catches but adding in runs and special teams play he is expected to have a big impact.

Miles Austin - CLE YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 35
Keeper: 33
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 5%
2010 DAL 16 69 1041 15.1 7 7 93 1
2011 DAL 10 43 579 13.5 7 2 3  
2012 DAL 16 66 943 14.3 6      
Avg   14 59 854 14.3 7 3 32 0
Proj CLE   64 900   6      

(-Risk) Austin has been dogged with leg injuries for the last two seasons including missing six games in 2011 because of hamstring strains in both legs. He stayed healthy enough to play all 16 games last year but was nursing yet another hamstring injury much of the year. The Cowboys are going to try limiting him in practices and ensuring he stays hydrated to see if that can help him stay healthy. Austin signed a big contract after his breakout season in 2009 when he gained 1320 yards and scored 11 times. He was only able to post 66-943-6 last year and matched three 95+ yard efforts with mostly sub- 50 yard duds. Austin is good enough to be a fantasy bye week filler and possibly a starter in a large and deep league. But his upside of returning to form is too overshadowed by the risk that he'll just gimp along on bad hammies yet again this year.

Jason Avant - CAR YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 91
Keeper: 100
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 PHI 16 51 573 11.2 1      
2011 PHI 16 52 679 13.1 1      
2012 PHI 14 53 648 12.2        
Avg   15 52 633 12.2 1 0 0 0
Proj CAR   32 450   1      

Avant is actually the senior receiver here with seven seasons with the Eagles. But his only real value has been when he fills in for an injured starter and the new offense being installed won't rely as much on a #3 wideout thanks to using two tight ends. No reason to draft this year either.

Donnie Avery - KCC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 58
Keeper: 63
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 TEN 8 3 45 15.0 1      
2012 IND 16 60 781 13.0 3 4 9  
Avg   12 32 413 14.0 2 2 5 0
Proj KCC   53 740   4      

(+Upside) Avery had a career best year in 2012 when he caught 60 passes for 781 yards and scored three times for the Colts. Avery is a speedster who will at least play the slot for the Chiefs and may well end up the starting flanker across from Dwayne Bowe since Jon Baldwin has been such a disappointment. Avery signed a three-year deal worth $8.55 million so the Chiefs are serious about using him. He won't likely have a ton of catches but will be valuable stretching the field out so that Bowe and others can work the middle and shorter routes. Avery is an attractive fantasy backup who surprised last year with the Colts.

Stedman Bailey - STL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 81
Keeper: 84
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj STL   36 480   2      

Bailey joins his college team mate Tavon Austin but his outlook for 2013 is much less optimistic as the 3.30 pick this year. Bailey will start out no better than #4 on the depth chart and while he could challenge to start, that won't happen until next year at the earliest. He has only marginal future dynasty value and no expectations for this season.

Jon Baldwin - SFO YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 78
Keeper: 88
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 KCC 11 21 254 12.1 1      
2012 KCC 15 20 325 16.3 1      
Avg   13 21 290 14.2 1 0 0 0
Proj SFO   33 490   3      

Baldwin enters his third season still searching for relevance that would justify his 1.26 draft pick in 2011. His best season so far is only 325 yards and one touchdown. He'll may be the starter across from Dwayne Bowe and at 6-4, 230 pounds he presents a very nice target in a West Coast offense. But Donnie Avery was brought on board as well and will be competing with Baldwin for playing time. This is a very good situation for Baldwin to finally make good on the promise they saw in 2011 but so far nothing suggests he is going to take advantage of it. Even Andy Reid was less than glowing when speaking of Baldwin who he said needed to continue to develop despite entering his third season.

08-21-13 Update: Baldwin is now a 49ers as they and the Chiefs parted ways with first round mistakes. No reason to expect fantasy relevance from Baldwin until he proves it.

Doug Baldwin - SEA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 85
Keeper: 83
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 SEA 16 51 788 15.5 4 1 -2  
2012 SEA 14 29 366 12.6 3      
Avg   15 40 577 14.1 4 1 0 0
Proj SEA   30 440   2      

Baldwin seemed buried on the depth chart but Percy Harvin is out for surgery and Sidney Rice is no lock to remain healthy or productive. Baldwin almost certainly remains below fantasy consideration but should see more work

Earl Bennett - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 101
Keeper: 99
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 CHI 14 46 561 12.2 3 2 9  
2011 CHI 11 24 381 15.9 1      
2012 CHI 12 29 375 12.9 2      
Avg   12 33 439 13.7 2 1 3 0
Proj FA   20 280   1      

No matter that he and Jay Cutler were college team mates, Bennett has remain locked into a minor role for the Bears. His 29-375-2 stat line was nothing different than any in his five seasons in the league. Alshon Jeffrey is expected to take over the #2 role this year leaving Bennett as nothing more than a lesser used slot receiver and depth.

Davone Bess - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 76
Keeper: 78
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 MIA 16 79 820 10.4 5 2 -3  
2011 MIA 16 51 537 10.5 3 2 9  
2012 MIA 13 61 778 12.8 1      
Avg   15 64 712 11.2 3 1 2 0
Proj FA   48 580   2      

Bess comes over after five seasons in Miami and should take the slot role for the Browns. Bess has no real speed but is a willing receiver over the middle and helps move the chains on third down. His scoring is always minimal but three times he gained over 700 yards for the Fins. He'll still remain outside of much fantasy relevance as the slot receiver in a Norv Turner offense.

Justin Blackmon - JAC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 61
Keeper: 25
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 JAC 16 64 865 13.5 5 2 23  
Avg   16 64 865 13.5 5 2 23 0
Proj JAC   48 700   3      

Starting the season out with a four-game suspension, Blackmon has to sit for a month on a fantasy roster before he can be used and even then - he may be back with Blaine Gabbert which was horrible last year. With Henne under center, he was able to top 75 yards in four games including his breakout performance of 7-236-1 in Houston during week 11. But the new coaching regime has not been impressed with Blackmon who not as consistent and focused as desired and that was before the suspension. Someone will grab Blackmon in every league but waiting four weeks is a long time - much longer than it seems in August. He's only worth being a deep backup.

Anquan Boldin - SFO YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 44
Keeper: 82
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010 BAL 16 64 837 13.1 7 2 2  
2011 BAL 14 57 887 15.6 3      
2012 BAL 15 65 921 14.2 4 1 3  
Avg   15 62 882 14.3 5 1 2 0
Proj SFO   58 820   5      

The Ravens traded Boldin to the 49ers for a sixth round pick rather than just release him. Boldin adds into the receiving mix and the loss of Michael Crabtree for most of the year no doubt will mean they need Boldin to contribute. He'll offer a short-range target for Kaepernick but he'll do well enough to meet the normal 850 yards that he's netted the last three years in Baltimore. After 11 seasons, the 33-year old almost retired but will stick it out one more year no doubt looking for another ring. He's not going to suddenly explode in San Francisco but he needs to be on a dynasty roster at least for bye week help.

Dwayne Bowe - KCC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 13
Keeper: 12
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 12%
2010 KCC 16 72 1162 16.1 15 1 4  
2011 KCC 16 81 1159 14.3 5 1 12  
2012 KCC 13 59 801 13.6 3      
Avg   15 71 1041 14.7 8 1 5 0
Proj KCC   90 1210   8      

If you wonder why Bowe is so excited this year, it's more than just a new offense suited to his skills. He gets Alex Smith and this is a receiver who has excelled while catching passes from Damon Huard, Tyler Thigpen, Brodie Croyle, Brady Quinn and Matt Cassel. He should be a lock for 1000+ yards and 5+ touchdowns with upside for more. Reid is going to be throwing the ball a lot and Bowe is clearly the best target on the team. No reason why he should not top his career best 86 catches in one season.

LaVon Brazill - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 108
Keeper: 108
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 IND 15 11 186 16.9 1      
Avg   15 11 186 16.9 1 0 0 0
Proj FA   15 230   1      

Brazill will continue to offer depth for the Colts and will remain outside of fantasy relevance.

06-24-13 Update: Brazill was suspended from the first four games for violating the NFL drug policy. He's even more untouchable in a redraft league.

Kenny Britt - STL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 48
Keeper: 36
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010 TEN 12 42 775 18.5 9      
2011 TEN 3 17 289 17.0 3      
2012 TEN 14 45 589 13.1 4      
Avg   10 35 551 16.2 5 0 0 0
Proj STL   65 800   5      

(-Risk) The first round pick from 2009 has now spent four seasons disappointing and yet he'll get another shot this season. He has missed games in each of the last three seasons, had both knees rebuilt but finally comes off an offseason in what is billed as perfect health and even impressive physical condition. Britt is entering the final year of his rookie contract so he has plenty of reasons to play well. But this supposed star still has never caught more than 45 passes in any year or gained over 775 yards. His freak nine scores of 2010 has been followed up with three and four scores in the last two years respectively. After four years, believing in his upside requires major optimism. And the QB situation in Tennessee is likely of little help. But he is the #1 wideout here and will be fed the ball for however long he remains healthy.

08-12-13 Update: Britt missed the last three practices with a swollen knee. He's too risky to rely on and his upside never gets to be realized.

Vincent Brown - SDC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 33
Keeper: 34
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 5%
2010                  
2011 SDC 14 19 329 17.3 2      
2012                  
Avg   14 19 329 17.3 2 0 0 0
Proj SDC   70 900   7      

(+Upside) Brown is the one to watch of all Chargers receivers. He enters his third season after missing all of 2012 because of a broken ankle. The third round pick from 2011 is a very good route runner and was hyped last year before the injury. He's worth watching in training camp to see if he can make a move on the #2 spot held by Malcolm Floyd this season.

08-07-13 Update: Brown gets a bump up with Danario Alexander being lost for the season. This is a golden opportunity for Brown who must remain healthy and assume the #1 role.

Antonio Brown - PIT YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 15
Keeper: 13
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 10%
2010 PIT 9 16 167 10.4        
2011 PIT 16 69 1108 16.1 2 7 41  
2012 PIT 13 66 787 11.9 5 7 24  
Avg   13 50 687 12.8 2 5 22 0
Proj PIT   85 1180   8      

(+Upside) Brown becomes the #1 receiver for the Steelers with Mike Wallace gone and Heath Miller still recovering from a catastrophic knee injury at the end of 2012. Brown missed thee games with a gimpy ankle last year but still ended with 66 catches for 787 yards and a career best 5 touchdowns. Even in a full 16 game season in 2011, he ended with 1108 yards and two scores. This year is a lock for him to get career marks in receptions and yards if he can remain healthy. He's also going to miss the effect of having the defense more interested in other receivers. This is the big opportunity for Brown who needs to come through for a Steelers offense that is starting the year with a weaker than usual set of receivers.

Ryan Broyles - DET YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 55
Keeper: 59
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 DET 10 22 310 14.1 2      
Avg   10 22 310 14.1 2 0 0 0
Proj DET   62 730   5      

(-Risk) The Oklahoma star suffered a torn ACL as a senior which depressed his draft slot. But his rehab went better than expected and he was playing by mid-season. In week 12 against the visiting Texans, Broyles caught six passes for 126 yards and one score. And the next week - 'pop' goes the ACL. His surgery happened in December and he has been rehabbing since. He should be able to play this year but his status won't be certain until training camp. Too risky for a draft pick.

Dez Bryant - DAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 2
Keeper: 3
Auction 10: 21%
Auction 12: 17%
2010 DAL 12 45 561 12.5 6 1    
2011 DAL 15 63 928 14.7 9 1 5  
2012 DAL 16 92 1382 15.0 12 2 -5  
Avg   14 67 957 14.1 9 1 0 0
Proj DAL   100 1420   13      

Dez Bryant of the first two and a half seasons was mostly a bust, a constant source of legal and moral dilemmas, an accomplished pass dropper and even a distraction for the team. The Bryant of the final eight games of 2012 was one of the best two wideouts in the entire league. He ended with 92-1382- 12 but those final eight games posted 50-879-10 when he became nearly unstoppable and even played with a fractured finger. The Cowboys have a very soft passing schedule for 2013 and Bryant is poised to challenge for the top of the position. He may have taken time to mature, but it appears it was worth the wait. He'll be one of the first wideouts taken in most every fantasy draft.

Nate Burleson - CLE YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 109
Keeper: 111
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 DET 14 55 625 11.4 6 7 81  
2011 DET 16 73 757 10.4 3 11 85  
2012 DET 6 27 240 8.9 2 8 48  
Avg   12 52 541 10.2 4 9 71 0
Proj CLE   20 280          

Burleson broke his leg in week six and missed the the rest of the 2012 season. But he returns as the #2 wideout thanks in no small part to the Lions doing nothing to replace him or upgrade the receivers. Titus Young was released and Ryan Broyles is returning from yet another torn ACL. His best year in Detroit was 2011 when he totaled 757 yards on 73 catches and scored three times. He is expected to be ready for training camp and will once again offer fantasy depth and a bye week replacement.

Stephen Burton - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 103
Keeper: 102
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 MIN 3              
2012 MIN 11 5 35 7.0 1      
Avg   7 3 18 3.5 1 0 0 0
Proj FA   20 270   1      

No analysis available.

Randall Cobb - GBP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 9
Keeper: 8
Auction 10: 10%
Auction 12: 14%
2010                  
2011 GBP 15 25 375 15.0 1 2 5  
2012 GBP 15 80 954 11.9 8 10 132  
Avg   15 53 665 13.5 5 6 69 0
Proj GBP   93 1230   10      

Cobb had a breakout season in 2012 when he managed 80-954-8 in just his second season. With Greg Jennings gone, Cobb is the clear #1 receiver on this team and at the age of 23 he'll be there for a while. The Packers intend on reducing his special teams play to keep him more active as a receiver and reduce the chance he gets injured. The Packers will still spread the wealth among all receivers and with that limit Cobb from what he could do. But he's a safe bet as a WR2 or even a low end WR1.

Marques Colston - NOS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 14
Keeper: 16
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 11%
2010 NOS 15 84 1023 12.2 7 1 1  
2011 NOS 14 80 1143 14.3 8      
2012 NOS 16 83 1154 13.9 10      
Avg   15 82 1107 13.5 8 0 0 0
Proj NOS   80 1150   9      

Colston has been a model of consistency for the Saints with between 1000 and 1200 yards in every healthy season. His 1154 yards last year was second best as was his 10 touchdowns. The Saints added no receivers of any note and Colston should be used in the exact same manner. He is only 30 years of age and his ninth season should end up right around where the other eight were. Not a ton of upside but hard to argue with almost zero downside.

Riley Cooper - PHI YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 74
Keeper: 76
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 PHI 13 7 116 16.6 1      
2011 PHI 16 16 315 19.7 1      
2012 PHI 11 23 248 10.8 3      
Avg   13 15 226 15.7 2 0 0 0
Proj PHI   40 600   2      

Cooper wasn't likely to have any fantasy value this year but now that Jeremy Maclin has been lost for the year, Cooper matters. Barring bringing on a free agent, Cooper is in line for the biggest increase in workload and should be at least the early favorite to be the #2 wideout in the offense.

Jerricho Cotchery - CAR YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 100
Keeper: 106
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 NYJ 14 41 433 10.6 2 4 -3  
2011 PIT 13 16 237 14.8 2 1 3  
2012 PIT 14 17 205 12.1        
Avg   14 25 292 12.5 1 2 0 0
Proj CAR   20 230   2      

Cotchery enters his 10th season as just receiver depth with no expectation of cracking the starting lineup. His two seasons in Pittsburgh has never topped 237 yards. No fantasy value here.

Michael Crabtree - SFO YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 98
Keeper: 24
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 9%
2010 SFO 16 55 741 13.5 6      
2011 SFO 15 72 874 12.1 4 1 6  
2012 SFO 16 85 1105 13.0 9 1 8  
Avg   16 71 907 12.9 6 1 5 0
Proj SFO   20 320   2      

Not only has Crabtree improved in each of his four seasons in San Francisco, but he made a breakout step up in 2013 when he ended with 85 receptions for 1105 yards and nine touchdowns. Better yet - he turned in five late season 100+ yard efforts when Kaepernick took over. That includes three touchdowns and two 100+ yard efforts in the playoffs. Crabtree experienced painfully slow progress in the initial years but now with Kaepernick he has finally met expectations. Unfortunately he tore his Achilles in May and required surgery to fix. He is expected to start the year on PUP and may be able to return by late in the season.

07-22-13 Update: Crabtree was placed on the active/PUP list which means he will start the year on injured reserve/designated for return

Juron Criner - OAK YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 105
Keeper: 101
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 OAK 12 16 151 9.4 1      
Avg   12 16 151 9.4 1 0 0 0
Proj OAK   22 260   1      

Criner enters his second season but only accounted for 151 yards and one score as a rookie. Worse yet, he averaged only 9.4 yards per catch. Just a depth player and no fantasy relevance.

Victor Cruz - NYG YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 11
Keeper: 9
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 14%
2010 NYG 3              
2011 NYG 16 82 1536 18.7 9 1 3  
2012 NYG 16 86 1092 12.7 10      
Avg   12 56 876 10.5 6 0 1 0
Proj NYG   88 1180   10      

Cruz enters his fourth season looking to cash in and he comes off his second 1000 yard season. 2011 was a breakout year with 82-1536-9 and he repeated with 86 catches for 1092 yards and ten touchdowns - a drop in yardage but 2011 was a career best year for about half the league. Cruz remains the primary receiver in a year that should see at least slightly better numbers from an easier schedule.

07-08-13 Update: Signed a six-year, $45 million contract and will be in camp no problem.

Eric Decker - NYJ YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 45
Keeper: 52
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010 DEN 14 6 106 17.7 1      
2011 DEN 16 44 612 13.9 8 1 1  
2012 DEN 16 85 1064 12.5 13      
Avg   15 45 594 14.7 7 0 0 0
Proj NYJ   48 690   7      

Decker enjoyed a career year in 2012 and exponentially so. His previous best was 44-612 and last year notched 85-1064 with 13 touchdowns. Four times he scored twice on the week. His outlook was great this year up until Wes Welker said "I do". Now Decker will play the flanker and become the #3 option in the offense. Still has fantasy value and even more so should any injuries happen. But he returns back to his less productive ways as a casualty of Welker.

Aaron Dobson - NEP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 69
Keeper: 73
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj NEP   35 530   4      

(+Upside) Dobson was taken with the Patriots 2.27 pick and he has rare upside for a rookie in a Belichick offense. He runs a 4.4/40 (and was once timed at 4.3) and yet at 6-3 and 210 offers a package unlike any Pats receiver since Randy Moss or a younger Deion Branch. He was the leading receiver at Marshall who was a standout at the Senior Bowl. The depth chart is wide open in New England and while Dobson has to learn the ropes in the NFL and in a complicated offense, the door is open. Danny Amendola has always struggled to remain healthy and there is nothing special about Michael Jenkins and Donald Jones. Given the situation, Dobson is an attractive fantasy depth pick.

Harry Douglas - ATL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 96
Keeper: 92
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 ATL 16 22 294 13.4 1 2 -5  
2011 ATL 16 39 498 12.8 1 1 3  
2012 ATL 15 38 396 10.4 1 2 4  
Avg   16 33 396 12.2 1 2 1 0
Proj ATL   35 400   1      

Douglas has settled into a solid role as the #3 in Atlanta and while the coaches like to talk about getting him the ball more often, it never happens. For his four seasons with the Falcons, Douglas has bounced around from 300 to 500 yards and scored exactly one receiving touchdown every year. Too inconsistent for a fantasy start and no real upside here without a very lengthy injury to Roddy White or Julio Jones.

Julian Edelman - NEP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 77
Keeper: 80
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 NEP 15 7 86 12.3   2 14  
2011 NEP 13 4 34 8.5   4 8  
2012 NEP 9 21 235 11.2 3 4 45  
Avg   12 11 118 10.7 1 3 22 0
Proj NEP   32 500   3      

Edelman may have an opportunity to get more playing time with Wes Welker gone but a logjam of receivers are almost certain to end up above him on the depth chart. Edelman also is recovering from a broken right foot that should be healed by training camp. Worth a watch along with all NE wideouts, but less likely than most to have any significant playing time.

Patrick Edwards - DET YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 71
Keeper: 61
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj DET   30 500   4      

No analysis available.

Larry Fitzgerald - ARI YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 6
Keeper: 5
Auction 10: 16%
Auction 12: 15%
2010 ARI 16 90 1137 12.6 6      
2011 ARI 16 80 1411 17.6 8      
2012 ARI 16 71 798 11.2 4      
Avg   16 80 1115 13.8 6 0 0 0
Proj ARI   97 1350   11      

(+Upside) The only real concern with Fitzgerald this season is that he may still be hung-over from celebrating the addition of Carson Palmer. After scoring double-digit touchdowns while playing with Kurt Warner through 2009, Fitzgerald dropped steeply in the number of end-zone trips but managed to maintain decent yardage despite playing with a never ending carousel of marginal quarterbacks. Last year it all crashed and left him with only 798 yards on 71 catches and four touchdowns. He’s 30 years old now but not slowing down. He remains one of the elite receivers in the NFL and with Palmer there should see a nice increase to his fantasy totals. Fitz will be the best receiver that he ever played with and twice Chad Johnson led the league in receiving yards in Cincinnati with Palmer at the helm. The Bruce Arians offense in Indianapolis last season rejuvenated the career of Reggie Wayne (106-1355-5). The Cardinals schedule is about average and Fitz should be a lock for a return to a very good year with upside to reclaim his role as a top three wideout.

Malcom Floyd - SDC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 60
Keeper: 71
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 SDC 11 37 717 19.4 6      
2011 SDC 12 43 856 19.9 5      
2012 SDC 14 56 814 14.5 5      
Avg   12 45 796 17.9 5 0 0 0
Proj SDC   50 700   4      

Floyd enters his 8th season with the Chargers and he remains the consummate #2 receiver who never really has much fantasy value but always plays just well enough to merit starting. He has spend the last four years bouncing between 717 and 856 yards per year with around five touchdowns. Floyd may be challenged for the starting gig by Vincent Brown sooner than later making Floyd a little more risky than he normally has been. He's nothing more than fantasy depth anyway.

08-07-13 Update: The loss of Danario Alexander ensures that Floyd is no worse than the #2 wideout in SD and may end up the #1.

08-12-13 Update: Knee sprain will keep Floyd out for the rest of the preseason and he may not be ready for week one.

Michael Floyd - ARI YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 37
Keeper: 40
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 4%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 ARI 16 45 562 12.5 2      
Avg   16 45 562 12.5 2 0 0 0
Proj ARI   60 850   6      

The 13th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft hasn’t officially been tabbed as a bust but he’s still clearly not meeting expectations. Floyd ended his first season with only 45 catches for 562 yards and two scores. Even that was misleading since he was gifted eight catches for 166 yards and a score in a meaningless week 17 game the 49ers mostly watched instead of played. He had only two games with more than 50 yards and remains no more than the #3 receiver. HC Bruce Arians spoke in positive tones about Floyd but the second-year player’s stock is not rising yet. Larry Fitzgerald and Andre Roberts are locked into the starting roles and Floyd was demoted last year because of lapses of concentration and focus. On the plus side, he’s not using Adderall. The Notre Dame star has talent and at 6-3 and 225 lbs. He can own the middle of the field. But so far he’s just not met expectations and needs a surprisingly good camp to expect any more work.

Jacoby Ford - NYJ YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 86
Keeper: 87
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 OAK 16 25 470 18.8 2 10 155 2
2011 OAK 8 19 279 14.7 1 4 31  
2012                  
Avg   12 22 375 16.8 2 7 93 1
Proj NYJ   30 420   2      

Ford missed all of 2012 with complications from a LisFranc surgery on his foot. The speedster missed eight games in 2011 when he only caught 19 passes. Ford will play special teams as a returned but his role as a receiver in the new offense is undefined. Best to leave him on the waiver wire until he is proven healthy and productive. He'll need to win a starting gig in training camp.

Pierre Garcon - WAS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 27
Keeper: 38
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 7%
2010 IND 14 67 784 11.7 6 2 6  
2011 IND 16 70 947 13.5 6 4 28  
2012 WAS 10 44 633 14.4 4 2 9  
Avg   13 60 788 13.2 5 3 14 0
Proj WAS   70 960   7      

A statement was made about the quality of the Redskins wideouts when Garcon was the top receiver with only 44 catches for 633 yards and four scores while missing six games. His foot remains an issue and there is speculation that he won't be 100% any time this year. He has not had surgery mainly because there is no guarantee it would fix his problem. He remains the starter but he is a risk to rely on until or unless his chronic foot issue is healed.

07-31-13 Update: Garcon has been the star in camp and is not showing any foot problems so far. He's a lock to be the #1 receiver for the Skins.

Brandon Gibson - MIA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 90
Keeper: 89
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 STL 14 53 620 11.7 2 3 28  
2011 STL 15 36 431 12.0 1 2 16  
2012 STL 16 51 691 13.5 5      
Avg   15 47 581 12.4 3 2 15 0
Proj MIA   32 400   2      

Gibson signed a three-year deal with the Dolphins and he'll end up as the #3 in this offense. Gibson comes off a career high 691 yards and five scores in St. Louis but will end up with a lesser role on this team that was one of the worst passing teams in the league last year. Gibson won't be any better than the #4 passing option and anyone beyond Mike Wallace may not have fantasy significance on this team.

Chris Givens - STL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 38
Keeper: 35
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 4%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 STL 15 42 698 16.6 3 3 12  
Avg   15 42 698 16.6 3 3 12 0
Proj STL   70 900   5      

Givens enters his second year and comes off a decent enough rookie campaign - 42-698-3 with one effort that topped 100 yards. He was being used more at the end of the year but exceeded three catches in a game only three times. Givens will once again start and while there may be some upside here, the addition of Jared Cook and Tavon Austin is more likely to limit Givens and ensure he remains below fantasy consideration.

Marquise Goodwin - BUF YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 83
Keeper: 75
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj BUF   30 450   2      

The Bills spend their 3.16 draft pick on the second wideout they selected this year and the ex-Texas star Goodwin brings in a definite slot appeal. He's only 5-9 and 183 pounds and runs a blistering 4.27/40. But Goodwin is considered still raw and undersized but will compete for playing time this year. He has more long-term appeal than for this season and even in the best case is likely to be one of those players with a few big games from long catches and more often lower output.

Josh Gordon - CLE YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 32
Keeper: 30
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 6%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 CLE 16 50 805 16.1 5      
Avg   16 50 805 16.1 5 0 0 0
Proj CLE   62 900   7      

(+Upside) Gordon came aboard as an expensive supplemental draft pick but in the end - he was worth it. Despite staying out of football for a year, he ended his rookie season leading the Browns with 50 catches for 805 yards and five touchdowns. He'll now have to learn another new offense but Norv Turner's style is always kind to the two starters and Gordon is already entrenched as the #1 receiver for this team. Gordon topped 100 yards only once last year and was painfully quiet in the final three games but has the brightest outlook of any CLE receiver. The vertical attack by Turner should net him more deep balls this season.

06-07-13 Update: Gordon will miss the first two weeks after violating the NFL drug policy. He states he inadvertently took codeine in cough medicine. That downgrades him obviously but may end up making him a rather nice value after the first two weeks. He also becomes a bigger risk because he is in the third stage of the NFL's drug program and any more violations will result in a one year suspension.

T.J. Graham - BUF YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 93
Keeper: 90
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 BUF 15 31 322 10.4 1 1 5  
Avg   15 31 322 10.4 1 1 5 0
Proj BUF   35 370   2      

Graham was the 3.06 pick last year and he has a great chance to grab a nice role for the Bills. The #2 and #3 role is up for grabs this year and aside from Graham there are really only rookies to contend against. Graham caught 33 passes as a rookie and will certainly figure in, but short of an impressive training camp he will be hard to rely on because the Bills offense will be all new and developing as the season progresses. Graham may open the year at the #2 but he would be no lock to remain there. Training camp watch that is not likely to produce fantasy relevant stats this year.

A.J. Green - CIN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 7
Keeper: 6
Auction 10: 16%
Auction 12: 15%
2010                  
2011 CIN 15 65 1057 16.3 7 5 53  
2012 CIN 16 97 1350 13.9 11 4 38  
Avg   16 81 1204 15.1 9 5 46 0
Proj CIN   100 1370   10      

Green enters his third season already established as an elite wideout who ranked top five no matter what your league scoring was last season. His 164 targets last year ranked fourth best in the league and the Bengals did nothing to find a better #2 complement to him. Mohamed Sanu may stay healthy this year and actually matter but Green remains one of the safest picks possible in a position that has mostly inconsistency.

07-27-13 Update: Green gave a scare when he went down holding his leg in practice but no structural damage was found and he won't miss but a few days from a twisted knee.

Leonard Hankerson - WAS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 70
Keeper: 81
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 WAS 4 13 163 12.5        
2012 WAS 16 38 543 14.3 3 2 5  
Avg   10 26 353 13.4 2 1 3 0
Proj WAS   42 630   2      

The third-year receiver out of Miami has been long on promise and short on production. Last season he ended with 38 catches for 543 yards and three scores. He has all the physical attributes of a star player but it just has never come together as expected. If any of the Redskins receivers step up and break out, it would be Hankerson but there is certainty that will happen - it certainly did not last year. If you had to own a Skins wideout - and I hope you do not - this would be the player to get. But so far odds are against him suddenly finding consistency or being able to defeat jams at the line.

Dwayne Harris - DAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 104
Keeper: 104
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 DAL 7              
2012 DAL 16 17 222 13.1 1      
Avg   12 9 111 6.6 1 0 0 0
Proj DAL   18 260   1      

Harris is the favorite to fill the slot role after sharing it with Kevin Ogletree last season. This is his third season but he only has one touchdown in his career and the #3 in Dallas has only meant anything once - with Laurent Robinson a few years back. No reason to expect Harris to post fantasy relevant stats this year.

08-16-13 Update: Forget being the favorite - Terrance Williams beat him out.

Brian Hartline - MIA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 63
Keeper: 65
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 MIA 12 43 615 14.3 1 2 27  
2011 MIA 16 35 549 15.7 1 1 9  
2012 MIA 16 74 1083 14.6 1      
Avg   15 51 749 14.9 1 1 12 0
Proj MIA   52 750   2      

Hartline was the leading receiver last season with 74 catches for 1083 yards which nearly doubled his best from the previous three seasons in the league. Troublesome is that he has only scored once in each of the last three years. He is the only holdover starter from last season but the addition of Mike Wallace is sure to erode his workload at least incrementally. That leaves Hartline much as he was last season - startable only in the deepest of leagues.

Percy Harvin - SEA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 84
Keeper: 50
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 MIN 14 71 868 12.2 5 18 107 1
2011 MIN 16 87 967 11.1 6 52 345 2
2012 MIN 9 62 677 10.9 3 22 96 1
Avg   13 73 837 11.4 5 31 183 1
Proj SEA   30 450   2      

(-Risk) The Seahawks already used their wide receivers on six runs last year and now Harvin hits town perhaps the premier rushing wide receiver. Harvin signed a six-year deal worth $67 million and $14.5 million was guaranteed. Harvin will get all the work he can handle and he has not suffered from a migraine in nearly two years. Harvin is a great fit in this offense that already has defenses worried about stopping the run. Harvin can and will line up everywhere. He will be used as a kick returner. Harvin missed seven games last year with an injured ankle but his 2011 campaign showed what he could to - 87-967-6 as a receiver and then 51-342-2 as a runner. And that was with Christian Ponder or Donovan McNabb as his quarterback in an offense that was nothing more than Adrian Peterson. Harvin does need to stay healthy but he offers a very nice wildcard addition to the offense.

07-25-13 Update: Harvin has a tear in his hip labrum and may need surgery. The Seahawks are looking for a second opinion but at best this casts a shadow on him and the Seattle passing game if not means Harvin is already lost for the season.

Andrew Hawkins - CLE YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 99
Keeper: 95
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 CIN 13 23 263 11.4   5 25  
2012 CIN 14 51 533 10.5 4 6 30  
Avg   14 37 398 11.0 2 6 28 0
Proj CLE   34 360   1      

Hawkins enters his third season but his outlook has cooled since opening 2012 with two scores in the first three games. Hawkins will man the slot where he was largely a nonfactor last year. From week four onward, he only scored twice and never topped 50 yards. No real fantasy value here.

Devin Hester - ATL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 110
Keeper: 109
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 CHI 16 40 475 11.9 4 7 30  
2011 CHI 16 26 369 14.2 1 1 -6  
2012 CHI 15 23 242 10.5 1 3 6  
Avg   16 30 362 12.2 2 4 10 0
Proj ATL   15 200   1      

New offense but same result - Hester will remain the primary special teams return man with minimal use as a receiver.

Darrius Heyward-Bey - PIT YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 49
Keeper: 57
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 OAK 15 26 366 14.1 1 4 48  
2011 OAK 15 64 975 15.2 4      
2012 OAK 15 41 606 14.8 5 2 16  
Avg   15 44 649 14.7 3 2 21 0
Proj PIT   60 790   5      

Heyward-Bey has upside this year. Maybe a lot. Maybe a little. Maybe he's just another top ten draft pick who never delivered and changing teams won't impact that. Bottom line - his fortunes this season are hard to read and if you look hard enough you can find someone who is attached to the myriad of possibilities here. He will likely start the season as the #2 and allow TY Hilton to man the slot. The Colts intend to use plenty of three man sets anyway. Heyward-Bey was not always (perhaps not often) on the same page with the coaches in Oakland. He would show up big one week and then inexplicably get no passes for two weeks. He scored nine times over the last two seasons and ended with 975 yards in 2011. At 6-2, 216 pounds he still has major jets when he wants and this season will be proof exactly who he really is. Even Randy Moss looked bad in Oakland. Every one pretty much has for the last decade. DHB is too risky for being a fantasy starter but makes an intriguing fantasy backup.

08-05-13 Update: Heyward-Bey injured his knee in practice and is expected to miss at least a week or two. That will set him back in his quest to nail down the #2 spot.

08-12-13 Update: Dropping passes and unimpressive play is sure to let Hilton pass him by.

Stephen Hill - NYJ YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 66
Keeper: 67
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 NYJ 11 21 252 12.0 3      
Avg   11 21 252 12.0 3 0 0 0
Proj NYJ   50 680   2      

(+Upside) The Jets drafted Hill with their 2.11 pick last year but the Georgia Tech ended his rookie season with just 21 receptions for 252 yards and three scores. He only played 11 games and tore his LCL to end his year. Hill underwent corrective surgery in December and is expected to be completely recovered for training camp. This year has upside for Hill because simply there is no other receiver there with as much talent. Santonio Holmes is still nursing his LisFranc injury from last year and is likely on his final season in New York. Clyde Gates and Jeremy Kerley are hardly household names. Hill is the Jets wideout to own if you have to but his outlook will rely much on what happens with the quarterback situation and that could change and evolve as the season progresses.

T.Y. Hilton - IND YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 39
Keeper: 43
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 3%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 IND 15 50 861 17.2 7 5 29  
Avg   15 50 861 17.2 7 5 29 0
Proj IND   60 820   6      

(+Upside) Hilton turned in an excellent rookie season with 50 catches for 861 yards and seven touchdowns. He was more a feast or famine player, topping 100 yards five times but producing fewer than 40 yards on eight different occasions. Hilton gets displaced - at least probably - by Darrius Heyward-Bey this year but both players will be locked in a perpetual battle for the #2. Hilton retains his fantasy value with his proven chemistry with Andrew Luck and he will still play in the slot which will be on most plays. There are a lot of fantasy points that will come from the passing game here and Hilton is already a factor. He'll get better as his career continues but needs to either get past Heyward-Bey or wait for the eventual retirement of Reggie Wayne likely in two or three years.

08-05-13 Update: Hilton has been running as the #3 in camp but the injury to Heyward-Bey at least gives Hilton more playing time as a starter.

08-12-13 Update: Hilton continues to outplay Heyward-Bey.

Santonio Holmes - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 75
Keeper: 74
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 NYJ 12 52 746 14.3 6 2 17  
2011 NYJ 16 51 654 12.8 8 3 27  
2012 NYJ 4 20 272 13.6 1      
Avg   11 41 557 13.6 5 2 15 0
Proj FA   42 600   2      

Holmes has not produced a decent season since 2009 and now he is coming off Lis Franc surgery that may last into training camp and could very well end up a factor during the season. Sadly he is the best receiver the Jets have but that doesn't mean he'll turn in fantasy relevant points. He had one 100 yard game in the last two years. A change in quarterback is likely looming and only makes this even worse. Holmes started training camp on the active/PUP list.

DeAndre Hopkins - HOU YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 54
Keeper: 44
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj HOU   58 800   4      

Hopkins became the lead receiver for the Tigers with 82 catches for 1,405 yards (school record) and his 18 touchdowns ranked #2 in the nation last year. He's scored in each of his last 12 games and set a Clemson record with 27 career receiving touchdowns. Hopkins is a complete receiver with nearly no weaknesses aside from a lack of top-end speed. He's a natural pass catcher with a good burst and can often outplay any defender. This should be the first time in franchise history that the Texans will have a #2 wideout capable of developing into a true #1 receiver in the future. This has been the missing element in the offense and can open up the passing game while helping Andre Johnson. The Texans opted for Hopkins as the most ready to start in week one. He will be an immediate contributor and was the second wideout off the board in this year's draft as the 1.27 pick.

Justin Hunter - TEN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 94
Keeper: 77
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj TEN   25 370   2      

(+Upside) Hunter is a nice addition at the 2.02 for the Titans and the ex-Tennessee star is not only 6-4 and 196 pounds, but he runs a 4.36/40. He was an SEC All-Freshman Team honoree but then tore his ACL in his second year. He rebounded in his junior season with 1083 yards and nine touchdowns. He can line up in any position and can prove deadly with his speed, hands and height. He'll battle for the #3 role this year with Nate Washington and likely remain off the fantasy radar but will be a decent pick in a dynasty league for the future when the Titans are happy with their quarterback.

Vincent Jackson - TBB YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 10
Keeper: 10
Auction 10: 10%
Auction 12: 14%
2010 SDC 5 14 248 17.7 3 1 14  
2011 SDC 16 60 1106 18.4 9 3 51  
2012 TBB 16 72 1384 19.2 8      
Avg   12 49 913 18.4 7 1 22 0
Proj TBB   77 1320   8      

Jackson changed teams and produced career marks in his first season with the Bucs. He caught 72 passes for 1384 yards and eight touchdowns. His 19.2 yards per catch was the highest of his career as well. Jackson is a consistent fantasy start thanks to yardage and catches but his scores trailed off last year when he only managed one touchdown over his final six games though he was nursing a calf injury later in the year. He's a safe draft pick as a WR2 but he's likely already reached as good as he can be. A second season with the Bucs should help him maintain his numbers from last year unless a QB change happens later in the year.

DeSean Jackson - WAS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 21
Keeper: 26
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 8%
2010 PHI 14 47 1056 22.5 6 16 104 1
2011 PHI 15 58 961 16.6 4 7 41  
2012 PHI 11 45 700 15.6 2 3 -7  
Avg   13 50 906 18.2 4 9 46 0
Proj WAS   70 1120   6      

(+Upside) Jackson may have more to gain with the new offense than any other receiver. His speed was never a major feature of the dink-n-dunk nature of the West Coast offense and Jackson's YPC declined from a high of 22.5 yards down to only 15.6 last year. There's no lock here in a new offense, but at least Jackson should remain as good as he has been and more likely will improve. He has not remained healthy all 16 games since his rookie year but he's open to more hits on the shorter routes of recent seasons. He had a career best year back in 20009 when he caught 62 passes for 1156 yards and nine scores. If the Kelly offense takes form as it should, those sort of stats are entirely possible again.

07-27-13 Update: The loss of Jeremy Maclin for the year means that Jackson is the clear #1 wideout here and with minimal competition for catches. Jackson may not be the best fit into the offense, but as the best receiver on the team is certain to see more work now.

Alshon Jeffery - CHI YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 46
Keeper: 48
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 CHI 10 24 367 15.3 3      
Avg   10 24 367 15.3 3 0 0 0
Proj CHI   55 800   5      

(+Upside) New HC Marc Trestman already said that he expected Jeffrey to be the #2 over Earl Bennett. The 2.13 pick last year suffered through a fractured right hand and a knee scope as a rookie but has been diligent in the off-season. He's returning in better shape than ever after working on his conditioning and at 6-3, 219 pounds he'll be a very nice fit in the new West Coast offense installed by Trestman and OC Aaron Kromer. Jeffrey could be a nice surprise this year after only turning in 24 catches for 367 yards and three scores in his ten games of 2012. He makes a very nice addition taken as a fantasy depth player who may end up starter quality.

A.J. Jenkins - KCC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 102
Keeper: 94
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 SFO 3              
Avg   3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj KCC   15 280   1      

Jenkins has spent the offseason working out with Colin Kaepernick after only being thrown one pass as a rookie and not catching it. He initially reported out of shape as a rookie and was inactive for the first 12 games. The 49ers coaching staff consider last season as a red-shirt year for the former first round pick. With Michael Crabtree and Mario Manningham still injured, he'll be given every opportunity to step up and win the #2 spot. Based on last year, if he does it won't have much fantasy relevance. He is worth watching and being a speculative pick.

08-13-13 Update: Jenkins has not stepped up and there are even some who speculate he will be cut from the roster. No need to draft.

08-20-13 Update: Jenkins was traded to the Chiefs for Jon Baldwin as a way to get rid of both players.

Greg Jennings - MIN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 18
Keeper: 17
Auction 10: 5%
Auction 12: 9%
2010 GBP 16 76 1265 16.6 12 1 -1  
2011 GBP 13 67 949 14.2 9      
2012 GBP 8 36 366 10.2 4      
Avg   12 60 860 13.7 8 0 0 0
Proj MIN   75 1200   6      

Jennings shows up after seven years of catching passes from a couple of slugs (Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre). Now he gets Christian Ponder and/or Matt Cassel in an offense that has not thrown often or well for many years. But Jennings will take a more prominent role in the passing equation for the Vikings and $47.5 million dollar ensures that. When receivers change teams, they are often undervalued but there are a lot of questions here that will affect Jennings. Ones that cannot be known until the season when Ponder either steps up or flames out and possibly Cassel steps into this new offense for both players. Jennings has not lasted an entire season healthy since 2010. He will be one of the players with the biggest reward and risk because he will be taken as no worse than a WR2 in most every league.

Andre Johnson - HOU YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 8
Keeper: 11
Auction 10: 12%
Auction 12: 15%
2010 HOU 13 86 1216 14.1 8 2 10  
2011 HOU 7 33 492 14.9 2 1 8  
2012 HOU 16 112 1598 14.3 4      
Avg   12 77 1102 14.4 5 1 6 0
Proj HOU   100 1450   7      

Johnson comes off a career best 1598 yards on 112 catches last year though he only scored four times. In Houston, there are very few short yardage passing touchdowns thanks to Arian Foster. He turns 32 this year and claims to want to play five more. This one is pretty certain and there is no sign of him declining. Johnson was dogged by injuries in 2011 and 2012 which limited him but he came roaring back to the levels of 2010 and 2009. Johnson lagged only Calvin Johnson for the most receiving yards last year and was the leagues most productive player back in 2009 and 2008. Johnson may lose a little work to DeAndre Hopkins who was drafted in the first round but the rookie may make Johnson even better. Johnson is a safe bet to be a WR1 in every league, the only question is how big of a difference he can make. Last year was a gem and 2013 will be as well if he can remain healthy again.

Calvin Johnson - DET YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 1
Keeper: 1
Auction 10: 25%
Auction 12: 19%
2010 DET 15 77 1120 14.5 12 4 32  
2011 DET 16 96 1681 17.5 16 1 11  
2012 DET 16 122 1964 16.1 5      
Avg   16 98 1588 16.0 11 2 14 0
Proj DET   105 1700   11      

He fell only 36 yards short of 2000 last year and only caught 122 passes. Megatron was coming off a 1681 yard season with 16 touchdowns but fell to only five scores last year. There is no receiver who comes close in high production and low risk. The only question is when in the first round that he should be drafted. Since no new receivers were brought in and the offense remains the same, expect more from the wideout who embodies "unstoppable".

Stevie Johnson - SFO YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 25
Keeper: 21
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 8%
2010 BUF 16 82 1073 13.1 10      
2011 BUF 16 76 1004 13.2 7      
2012 BUF 16 79 1046 13.2 6      
Avg   16 79 1041 13.2 8 0 0 0
Proj SFO   75 980   7      

Johnson has been the best receiver in Buffalo for the last three seasons - remarkable for a seventh round draft pick. But he has been stuck at around 80 catches for 1000 yards and maybe 6 or 7 scores in all three seasons. Now he has an unknown quarterback situation that could change as the season progresses. In the long-term, he'll be fine and perhaps even better now that Ryan Fitzgerald is being replaced by a first- round QB. But early on, he'll be learning a new offense with new players all around him. Best bet is to count on year #4 of the same thing until there is a reason to expect change.

08-04-13 Update: Johnson strained his hamstring and may miss most of the preseason. He's a low-end WR2 at best anyway with the Bills rushing the ball more and likely starting a rookie QB.

Julio Jones - ATL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 5
Keeper: 4
Auction 10: 20%
Auction 12: 16%
2010                  
2011 ATL 13 54 959 17.8 8 6 56  
2012 ATL 16 79 1198 15.2 10 6 30  
Avg   15 67 1079 16.5 9 6 43 0
Proj ATL   90 1390   12      

(+Upside) This is the third-season for Jones but he's been a breakout player since his rookie season. Last year he ended with 79 catches for 1198 yards and 10 scores. He saved his best for last when he rolled up 11 receptions for 182 yards and two scores in the loss to the 49ers. He's more than just the long- ball option in Atlanta, he's taking over the primary role from White. The worst you will get from Jones is still going to be top ten. The best? As a 24 year old receiver in only his third year, that could be a very big number.

James Jones - OAK YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 29
Keeper: 39
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 7%
2010 GBP 16 50 679 13.6 5      
2011 GBP 16 38 635 16.7 7      
2012 GBP 16 64 784 12.3 14      
Avg   16 51 699 14.2 9 0 0 0
Proj OAK   58 760   10      

After six seasons with the Packers, Jones had a break out year when he ended with 64 catches for 784 and scored a team high 14 times. He was a magnet in the endzone and also scored in the playoff loss to the 49ers. But he topped 65 yards only three times during the season and was even blanked in one week. Six different games saw him gain fewer than 50 yards and not score so he was not above a bad game. Even in 2011, he scored seven times on only 38 catches. His yardage remains moderate at best and his value relies heavily on scoring touchdowns.

Jacoby Jones - BAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 80
Keeper: 70
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 HOU 15 51 562 11.0 3 2 7  
2011 HOU 16 31 512 16.5 2 4 17  
2012 BAL 16 30 406 13.5 1 1 6  
Avg   16 37 493 13.7 2 2 10 0
Proj BAL   32 520   2      

Jones is next in line for taking the spot vacated by Anquan Boldin. After six seasons in the league, Jones certainly has the veteran wisdom for the job but has never gained more than 562 yards in any season and his best seasons were long ago in Houston. Jones has made his mark as a special teamer and is an accomplished return man but as the #2, there is nothing to suggest he is going to replace the workload that Boldin was pulling down. Minor upside here but not likely to become more than he has long been. Jones will have to fight off Tandon Doss and Tommy Streeter in training camp.

Jeremy Kerley - NYJ YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 62
Keeper: 64
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 NYJ 14 29 314 10.8 1 5 28  
2012 NYJ 16 56 827 14.8 2 5 8  
Avg   15 43 571 12.8 2 5 18 0
Proj NYJ   55 700   3      

Kerley enters his third season and he stepped up last year to catch 56 passes for 827 yards and two scores as the lead receiver for the Jets when no other wideout was able to gain more than 272 yards mostly due to injuries. Stephen Hill is expected to play as the #2 and that leaves Kerley either playing the #3 or substituting again for Santonio Holmes if his LisFranc injury remains an issue during the 2013 season. Still outside of likely fantasy relevance, worth a draft pick for depth in bigger leagues.

Brandon LaFell - NEP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 53
Keeper: 58
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 CAR 14 38 468 12.3 1 1 60  
2011 CAR 16 36 613 17.0 3      
2012 CAR 14 44 677 15.4 4 3 35  
Avg   15 39 586 14.9 3 1 32 0
Proj NEP   50 740   5      

LaFell had a golden opportunity to become a valuable part of the receivers for Carolina and he flopped. Still the #2 across from Steve Smith, LaFell has never been able to improve his stats that went from 36-613-3 in 2011 to only 44-677-4 last year. He'll hold onto his #2 role because there is no one else on the roster even that good, but his fantasy outlook as dimmed and he becomes little more than a bye week filler only if he has a great matchup.

Greg Little - OAK YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 59
Keeper: 60
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 CLE 16 61 709 11.6 2 3 15  
2012 CLE 16 53 647 12.2 4 2 15  
Avg   16 57 678 11.9 3 3 15 0
Proj OAK   55 710   4      

Little enters his third season entrenched as the #2 receiver but his two seasons have only produced around 700 yards and a couple of touchdowns each. It was encouraging when he ended 2012 with a score in both the final games and he will enter into the second season with Brandon Weeden but he also has to learn a new offense and has been overshadowed by Josh Gordon. He remains outside of fantasy relevance for all but a bye week cover.

Brandon Marshall - CHI YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 4
Keeper: 2
Auction 10: 20%
Auction 12: 17%
2010 MIA 14 86 1014 11.8 3 2 3  
2011 MIA 16 81 1214 15.0 6 1 13  
2012 CHI 16 118 1508 12.8 11 1 -2  
Avg   15 95 1245 13.2 7 1 5 0
Proj CHI   100 1400   12      

(-Risk) Marshall went to Chicago where there had not been an elite wide receiver in decades and merely turned in a career best season with 118 catches for 1508 yards and 11 touchdowns. His reunion with Jay Cutler went rather well. Now the Bears are installing a new West Coast offense that is predicated on throwing shorter passes over the middle and on timing routes which pretty much describes what Marshall (6-4) already does. Marshall is 29 years old and in his prime. He is a must grab when drafting wideouts and in a reception point league, he may be the most elite. Marshall is healing from hip surgery but is expected to be fine for training camp.

08-28-13 Update: Marshall was a sponge in week 2 when he caught all four completions by Jay Cutler and scored once but just came out and said that he was not as far progressed as he would like from offseason hip surgery. He played injured most of last year and still ended with a career best 118-1508-7 stat line. He has some risk admitting the hip is not 100% but nothing else suggests that it will matter much.

Keshawn Martin - HOU YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 111
Keeper: 107
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011 NYJ 16              
2012 HOU 16 10 85 8.5 1 4 53  
Avg   16 5 43 4.3 1 2 27 0
Proj HOU   20 200   1      

Martin should man the slot this year though he could share it some with LeStar Jean or even DeVier Posey once he returns from his Achilles injury during the regular season. But the slot has meant very little in Houston so far and even less now that they drafted a #2 wideout in DeAndre Hopkins.

Lance Moore - PIT YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 28
Keeper: 31
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 7%
2010 NOS 16 66 763 11.6 8      
2011 NOS 14 52 627 12.1 8      
2012 NOS 15 65 1041 16.0 6      
Avg   15 61 810 13.2 7 0 0 0
Proj PIT   65 950   7      

Moore comes off a career best 1041 yards on 65 catches but only scored six times. He had been locked in around 700 yards per season but the mixture of Saints' wideouts has declined to where Moore and Marques Colston now take a bigger part of the receiving workload. Drew Brees does not spread the ball around quite as much as he did in past years and the results have been better. Like Colston, Moore turns 30 and has been consistently productive though at a lower rate and he has never been more than a backup or low-end bye week replacement.

Denarius Moore - OAK YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 47
Keeper: 45
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010                  
2011 OAK 13 33 618 18.7 5 5 61 1
2012 OAK 15 51 741 14.5 7 1 -5  
Avg   14 42 680 16.6 6 3 28 1
Proj OAK   56 800   5      

Moore enters his third season and by now the shine is no longer on the pumpkin. Last year he ended with 741 yards and seven touchdowns but the bulk of that all happened prior to week ten. From week 11 onward, he was dropping passes often enough to get benched in one game and never managed more than 46 yards in those final seven weeks. Now Moore has to get used to catching (and not dropping) passes from a new quarterback and learn a new offensive scheme. He is still worth a late pick as wideout depth on the off-chance he gets it together, but he is too risky to merit a fantasy start. Consider that in 2012, he was thrown 114 passes but only managed to catch 51 of them.

Josh Morgan - CHI YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 57
Keeper: 55
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 SFO 16 44 698 15.9 2 2 17  
2011 SFO 5 15 220 14.7 1      
2012 WAS 16 48 510 10.6 2 3 25  
Avg   12 36 476 13.7 2 2 14 0
Proj CHI   54 750   4      

Morgan broke his leg in 2011 and then required surgery on ligaments in both hands this offseason. He has been the starter in Washington but last year that only resulted in 48 receptions for 510 yards and two scores. After five NFL seasons, Morgan has already fulfilled whatever potential he had and falls short of fantasy relevance.

Santana Moss - WAS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 67
Keeper: 91
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 WAS 16 93 1115 12.0 6 5 -6  
2011 WAS 12 46 584 12.7 4      
2012 WAS 16 41 573 14.0 8 3 14  
Avg   15 60 757 12.9 6 3 3 0
Proj WAS   35 500   5      

The 34-year old Moss avoided being released by reworking his contract and giving back $2 million. His last two seasons have been near mirror images in catches and yards - 46-584 and 41- 573 but in 2012 he scored eight touchdowns. That was his best mark since 2005. He had little fantasy value aside from the scoring since he topped 65 yards only twice all year and over half his games ended with under 35 yards. No reason to draft this year and likely the swan song for his career.

Jordy Nelson - GBP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 26
Keeper: 19
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 7%
2010 GBP 16 45 582 12.9 2      
2011 GBP 16 68 1263 18.6 15      
2012 GBP 12 49 745 15.2 7      
Avg   15 54 863 15.6 8 0 0 0
Proj GBP   65 960   7      

Nelson came up huge in 2011 when he ended with a stat line of 68-1263-15 but then suffered several injuries last season that limited him. Nelson strained his hamstring around mid-season and never completely healed from it. He added knee and ankle sprains late in the year and missed a total of four games. That should allow him to be a value pick this year for those with shorter memories. Nelson is a favorite target for Aaron Rodgers and should rebound from an injury-marred 2012.

08-07-13 Update: Nelson needed knee surgery today to fix a nerve problem that has lingered since college though that they waited until training camp suggests the knee became worse. He is expected to be out four to six weeks which could put week one in jeopardy.

Hakeem Nicks - IND YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 30
Keeper: 20
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 6%
2010 NYG 13 79 1052 13.3 11      
2011 NYG 15 76 1192 15.7 7      
2012 NYG 13 53 692 13.1 3      
Avg   14 69 979 14.0 7 0 0 0
Proj IND   70 1000   6      

Nicks is entering a contract season and he is returning from an injury-shortened 2012 when he sprained his left knee. He needed a knee scope in the spring but is expected to be good to go for training camp. The team hopes the scope will help restore some of Nicks' burst off the line of scrimmage and downfield. Nicks struggled to separate from man coverage throughout last year. He was limited to only 692 yards on 53 catches because of his knee that forced him to miss three games and Hicks himself says he should have sat out perhaps six weeks or more. He broke 1000 yards in both the previous years while scoring seven or more touchdowns in each. If his knee is completely healthy, Nicks will be a nice value in fantasy drafts.

07-30-13 Update: Nicks has been limited in practices nursing a groin injury while drawing the ire of Tom Coughlin. He is in a contract year and could be taking it light in camp to remain healthy.

Kevin Ogletree - DET YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 87
Keeper: 93
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 DAL 6 3 34 11.3        
2011 DAL 14 15 164 10.9   2 3  
2012 DAL 15 32 436 13.6 4 2 9  
Avg   12 17 211 11.9 1 1 4 0
Proj DET   24 420   2      

Ogletree will likely remain the #4 option at wideout in Tampa Bay as the Bucs are still happy with with Tiquan Underwood from last season. Ogletree will see only minor duty as a receiver and will have an impact on special teams.

Cordarrelle Patterson - MIN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 40
Keeper: 41
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 3%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj MIN   55 820   6      

Patterson set a Tennessee record last year with 1,858 all- purpose yards and scored ten touchdowns in four different ways – receiving (5), rushing (3), punt return (1) and kick return (1). He was a two-time All-American at Hutchinson Community College before transferring and spending just one season at Tennessee. That makes Patterson still somewhat raw but with big-time skills in all facets of the game. He’ll be able to come along more slowly with Greg Jennings already in place as the #1. Patterson already impressed in rookie camp and should have no problem landing the #2 spot by training camp. Patterson should prove to be an outstanding wideout in the longterm. What is risky is to expect Christian Ponder to fulfill the potential of Patterson.

08-11-13 Update: Patterson has been impressive in camp and the first preseason game. He remains outside of being a fantasy starter but so far is definitely making the case for being a coveted fantasy backup.

Quinton Patton - SFO YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 82
Keeper: 72
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj SFO   28 400   3      

No analysis available.

DeVier Posey - HOU YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 106
Keeper: 103
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 HOU 11 6 87 14.5   1 -3  
Avg   11 6 87 14.5 0 1 0 0
Proj HOU   20 260   1      

No analysis available.

Brian Quick - STL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 115
Keeper: 115
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 STL 14 11 156 14.2 2      
Avg   14 11 156 14.2 2 0 0 0
Proj STL   5 80   1      

Quick is expected to start this season but the second-year player has only limited upside if any. He finished his rookie season with only 11 catches for 156 yards and two scores and only twice had more than one catch in a game (and both were two catches). The focus is going to be more on the slot receiver Tavon Austin and "move" tight end Jared Cook. That leaves Quick on the outside just watching.

Rueben Randle - NYG YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 50
Keeper: 49
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 NYG 16 19 298 15.7 3      
Avg   16 19 298 15.7 3 0 0 0
Proj NYG   54 790   5      

Randle takes over the #3 role with Domenik Hixon gone and there should be at least marginal fantasy value. Randle enters his second season after being the 2.31 pick by the Giants in 2011. He only caught 19 passes for 298 yards but scored three times last year. The #3 receiver for the Giants has always been good for at least 500 yards and three or four scores.

07-31-13 Update: Randle has been impressive so far and could end up with more playing time. He's also making Nicks look expendable lately. Still more likely to remain outside of fantasy significance, he has become worthy of a speculatory pick in your draft for when Nicks is injured during the season.

Sidney Rice - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 65
Keeper: 51
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 MIN 6 17 280 16.5 2      
2011 SEA 9 32 484 15.1 2 2 3  
2012 SEA 16 50 748 15.0 7 2 6  
Avg   10 33 504 15.5 4 1 3 0
Proj FA   45 600   4      

(-Risk) Rice will play across from Percy Harvin this year and he comes off a solid season where he finally played all 16 games. Pairing with the then-rookie Russell Wilson, Rice had the second best season of his six year career. He hauled in 50 catches for 748 yards and seven scores. The Seahawks are committed to the run and their defense ensures that few games ever end up as a shootout. That all works against letting Rice become anything more than just a fantasy backup and bye week fill-in. He has no real upside in this offense.

07-31-13 Update: Rice is now in Switzerland getting a knee treatment on his patellar tendon. It makes Rice too big of a risk to merit drafting.

Andre Roberts - WAS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 68
Keeper: 68
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 ARI 15 24 307 12.8 2      
2011 ARI 16 51 586 11.5 2 3 27  
2012 ARI 15 64 759 11.9 5 4 29  
Avg   15 46 551 12.1 3 2 19 0
Proj WAS   51 590   3      

The ex-Citadel receiver has spent the last three years progressively improving into a credible #2 across from Larry Fitzgerald. His value as a fantasy wideout remains doubtful given that he has only two games over 100 yards so far and scored only once in the final 11games of 2012. But he walked away with a total of 64 catches for 759 yards and a career best five touchdowns. At best he remains a bye-week filler in a reception point league and could actually lose receptions this year to both Michael Floyd and even Ryan Swope. He’s more likely already found his ceiling than on the verge of anything bigger.

Eddie Royal - SDC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 116
Keeper: 116
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 DEN 16 59 627 10.6 3 6 61  
2011 DEN 12 19 155 8.2 1 7 48  
2012 SDC 10 23 234 10.2 1 3 22  
Avg   13 34 339 9.7 2 5 44 0
Proj SDC   5 100          

The only difference between Royal and Robert Meachem is that they paid Meachem millions more to have no impact. Royal was given a chance to start later last year and only managed to score once and catch more than three passes only once. No fantasy value.

Ace Sanders - JAC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 88
Keeper: 85
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj JAC   40 410   2      

Sanders was drafted with the 4.04 pick but the South Carolina receiver is only 5-7, 173 pounds and not likely for much receiving workload. He will compete for some time in the slot but is expected to primary play special teams and return punts and kicks.

Emmanuel Sanders - DEN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 41
Keeper: 46
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010 PIT 13 28 376 13.4 2      
2011 PIT 11 22 288 13.1 2      
2012 PIT 16 44 626 14.2 1 1 4  
Avg   13 31 430 13.6 2 0 1 0
Proj DEN   60 910   4      

Sanders was kept by the Steelers after they matched the $2.5 million offered by the Patriots. They really had no other option since the departure of Mike Wallace and the injury to Heath Miller leaves a void in the passing game. Sanders has never caught more than the 44 passes of last year and he has never scored more than twice in any of this three seasons. Sanders is smallish at only 5-11 and 180 pounds and will be challenged at the line much more than in previous years when he played the slot or in multiple-receiver sets. Sanders is really another #3 wideout being pressed into #2 duty. That almost never works out well.

Mohamed Sanu - CIN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 43
Keeper: 56
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 CIN 9 16 154 9.6 4 5 15  
Avg   9 16 154 9.6 4 5 15 0
Proj CIN   52 700   7      

(+Upside) The ex-Rutgers star enters his second year after spending much of 2012 injured. He became a starter in week seven but later suffered a stress fracture in his foot that forced him to miss the final four games. Sanu only ended with 16 receptions for 154 yards last year but scored four times in the final three games that he played. He has upside this year if only because he will start across from A.J. Green and was becoming a touchdown magnet before getting injured. Andy Dalton needs to start spreading the ball around more and Sanu should benefit the most.

Cecil Shorts - JAC YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 20
Keeper: 18
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 8%
2010                  
2011 JAC 10 2 30 15.0 1      
2012 JAC 14 55 979 17.8 7 1 -4  
Avg   12 29 505 16.4 4 1 0 0
Proj JAC   78 1100   7      

Shorts was one of the biggest surprises of 2012 when he exploded in his second season. He ended with 55 catches for 979 yards and seven touchdowns and missed the final game because of a concussion. Those sort of stats are astronomical on one of the worst passing teams in the NFL. With Justin Blackmon suspended for four weeks, Shorts will continue to be the primary receiver. If Henne wins the starting job outright, it will be a boon for Shorts who managed four 100 yard games when Gabbert was not playing. Training camp should help clarify Shorts outlook by clearing up the quarterback situation.

Jerome Simpson - MIN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 112
Keeper: 112
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 CIN 5 20 277 13.9 3 1 2  
2011 CIN 16 50 725 14.5 4      
2012 MIN 12 26 274 10.5        
Avg   11 32 425 13.0 2 0 1 0
Proj MIN   17 220          

Simpson was a major disappointment on a team that drastically needed someone to step up last year. He settled for only 26 catches for 274 yards and never topped 40 yards in a game since the season opener. Simpson will likely get slot duty this year but Greg Jennings and Cordarrelle Patterson will prove to be pass sponges and leave little for Simpson.

Torrey Smith - BAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 24
Keeper: 28
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 8%
2010                  
2011 BAL 16 50 841 16.8 7 4 39  
2012 BAL 16 49 855 17.4 8 3 9  
Avg   16 50 848 17.1 8 4 24 0
Proj BAL   65 1030   7      

(+Upside) This is the opportunity for Smith to enter his third season and become a star player. So far he's spent two seasons with nearly the exact same results - 50-841-7 and 49-855-8. He has a healthy 17.1 YPC average thanks to being known as a long- baller... pretty much exclusively. He only managed four games with more than four receptions last year. This is notable because the loss of Anquan Boldin was not compensated for by the Ravens other than expecting Smith to become a complete receiver this year despite no evidence of such for the first two seasons. Smith left college after his junior year and at that times was billed as a deep threat who needed more time to develop as a route runner and more complete receiver. Now a few years later, the same is being said. Smith has a big opportunity here but he has to develop into a possession receiver which he has never really been even though he has the size. His decent stats of the last two years were thanks in part to Boldin being there and allowing Smith to go deep. Smith could be a nice value in the draft from his opportunity, but he may end up being drafted to become something that he proves he really is not.

Steve Smith - BAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 23
Keeper: 37
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 8%
2010 CAR 14 46 554 12.0 2 1 9  
2011 CAR 16 79 1394 17.6 7 6 56  
2012 CAR 16 73 1174 16.1 4 3 27  
Avg   15 66 1041 15.2 4 3 31 0
Proj BAL   74 1100   6      

Smith turns 34 this year and his first season success with Can Newton (79-1394-7) fell to 73-1174-4 and all four scores came after mid-season when the playbook was scaled back for Newton who was struggling. Smith is yet another year older now and the plans are that he'll be rested more during the week this season. The Panthers did little to upgrade their receiver corps which once again will be Smith trying to hang on and Brandon LaFell trying to step up. Smith holds more risk than upside to be sure but his age is likely to depress his draft slot and let him be a decent value where he is selected.

Kenny Stills - NOS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 92
Keeper: 110
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj NOS   22 380   2      

Stills was the 5.11 pick by the Saints and the 6-0, 194 pound receiver comes off an impressive career at Oklahoma. He also ran a 4.38/40 at the combine and could become a very nice fit in New Orleans as he comes from a similar passing scheme. But Stills fell in the draft because of off-the-field issues and was arrested for a DUI in 2011. He'll compete for the slot and worth watching since the lower half of the receiver depth chart is still in flux.

Brandon Stokley - FA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 97
Keeper: 97
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 SEA 11 31 354 11.4        
2011 NYG 2 1 7 7.0        
2012 DEN 15 45 544 12.1 5      
Avg   9 26 302 10.2 2 0 0 0
Proj FA   25 330   2      

Stokley was picked up by the Ravens but the 37-year old will compete for playing time with Tandon Doss and Deonte Thompson. He's not likely to offer any fantasy value ever again.

Rod Streater - OAK YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 51
Keeper: 62
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 OAK 16 39 584 15.0 3      
Avg   16 39 584 15.0 3 0 0 0
Proj OAK   50 750   5      

(+Upside) Streater is no lock to start this year but he ended his rookie season with a nice stretch of games for the final five weeks while subbing for injured players. He broke 100 yards once and remained above 62 yards in all but one game. He's worth watching in training camp to see if he can secure a starting job. New offense and quarterback, but at least Streater was one of the few receivers to show up last year.

Golden Tate - DET YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 36
Keeper: 47
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 5%
2010 SEA 11 21 227 10.8   2 4  
2011 SEA 16 35 382 10.9 3 5 14  
2012 SEA 15 45 688 15.3 7 3 20  
Avg   14 34 432 12.3 3 3 13 0
Proj DET   60 830   7      

(+Upside) Tate enters the final year of his rookie contract but he's not likely to improve on the 45-688-7 mark from last year. He'll be no better than #3 behind Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice for a team that does not employ many three-receiver sets. His undetected push-off in the endzone against the Packers may end up the shining moment of his career. His fantasy value takes a hit with Harvin on the team.

08-01-13 Update: His fantasy value gets a bump with Harvin's hip injured and his season in question. Tate has been impressive in camp.

Demaryius Thomas - DEN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 3
Keeper: 7
Auction 10: 20%
Auction 12: 17%
2010 DEN 10 22 283 12.9 2 2 1  
2011 DEN 11 32 551 17.2 4 1 5  
2012 DEN 16 94 1434 15.3 10      
Avg   12 49 756 15.1 5 1 2 0
Proj DEN   90 1410   12      

Thomas had a breakout season when he paired with Peyton Manning for 94 catches, 1434 yards and ten touchdowns. The question this year is how will Wes Welker impact Thomas? Chances are - not a lot. Thomas should rarely get the double teams with Welker over the middle and taking the safety. The Broncos are going to be switching to more three receiver sets instead of two tight ends and so Welker will impact the tight ends to be sure. Thomas may not get any more passes but there is no reason why he would get many less - and maybe no less. Plus his catches could be more effective this year with the attention that Welker places on the defense. Don't let the presence of Welker diminish the role that Thomas plays in the offense. Welker will affect everyone but Thomas.

Kenbrell Thompkins - NEP YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 34
Keeper: 54
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 5%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj NEP   65 920   6      

Thompkins is an undrafted fre agent that has made some noise in the offseason and training camp trying to get a spot on the final roster. He was forced to start in college playing at community colleges because of being arrested seven times by the time he was 18 years old. From there he ended up at Cincinnati where the 6-6, 193 lb. wideout caught 78 passes for 1077 yards and four scores over his two seasons there. He remains a longshot but has been impressive enough to get noticed.

Deonte Thompson - BAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 114
Keeper: 114
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 BAL 6 5 51 10.2        
Avg   6 5 51 10.2 0 0 0 0
Proj BAL   10 150          

The undrafted free agent from Florida only caught five passes for 51 yards as a rookie but is expected to not only make the team again but to challenge for the WR2 spot left open by the departure of Anquan Boldin. Thompson ran a 4.32/40 last year and is a training camp watch.

Nick Toon - NOS YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 79
Keeper: 98
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj NOS   30 480   3      

The Saints fourth round pick of 2012 missed the entire season with a foot injury. He has a lot of ground to make up and will battle to become a primary backup. No fantasy value this year.

Mike Wallace - MIA YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 42
Keeper: 29
Auction 10: 2%
Auction 12: 2%
2010 PIT 16 60 1257 21.0 10 5 39  
2011 PIT 16 72 1193 16.6 8 5 57  
2012 PIT 15 64 836 13.1 8 5 7  
Avg   16 65 1095 16.9 9 5 34 0
Proj MIA   60 840   5      

Wallace signed on for five-years and $60 million with $27 million guaranteed. Apparently Mike Sherman has rethought his statement last year that his offense did not need a true #1 and allowed Brandon Marshall to leave. All combined, the Fins only threw 144 completions for 1892 yards to all wideouts combined. By himself, Marshall caught 118 passes for 1508 yards in Chicago. So yeah, having a big-time player makes a difference. Wallace was a solid 1200 yard, nine touchdown receiver in Pittsburgh but that was with Ben Roethlisberger. Ryan Tannehill was one of the least productive quarterbacks in the league last year. That will depress Wallace's stats to be sure but how much remains to be seen. He will be a risky pick because he has to learn a new offense with a lesser quarterback. And he'll be expected to provide more of a complete receiver skillset instead of just a deep throw maven who ended his first three years with average catches of 19.4, 21.0 and 16.6. For Wallace to maintain his previous fantasy value will require a huge leap forward by Ryan Tannehill.

08-10-13 Update: Nothing so far suggests that trading Aaron Rodgers for Ryan Tannehill is going to be seamless.

Nate Washington - TEN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 95
Keeper: 96
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010 TEN 16 42 687 16.4 6 1 -8  
2011 TEN 16 74 1023 13.8 7 2 5 1
2012 TEN 16 46 746 16.2 4      
Avg   16 54 819 15.5 6 1 0 0
Proj TEN   25 300   3      

Washington turns 30 and after seven seasons will be bumped down to #3 this year. While his 46-746-4 stat line from last year seemed disappointing, that's only because he had a career year in 2011 with 74-1023-7 when the Titans ran out of other receivers to use. Last year was actually his second best season ever and his time as a starter is closing with Kendall Wright stepping up last year and the Titans adding Justin Hunter in the draft. He has no upside by this point and should be left on the waiver wire.

Reggie Wayne - IND YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 16
Keeper: 42
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 10%
2010 IND 16 111 1355 12.2 6      
2011 IND 16 75 960 12.8 4      
2012 IND 16 106 1355 12.8 5 1 -5  
Avg   16 97 1223 12.6 5 0 0 0
Proj IND   85 1230   7      

After Wayne dropped to only 75-960-4 in 2011 when Peyton Manning was injured, it was assumed that the then 34-year old wideout was taking the natural downturn at the end of a stellar career. Andrew Luck proved that Wayne was done yet. In his 12th NFL season, he caught 106 passes - second best in his career. He ended with 1355 yards and five scores. That was the exact same yardage has he produced in Manning's final healthy year in Indy. Wayne still has a bit left in the tank but even last year, Luck was throwing to other receivers more as the season progressed and Wayne's yardage waned some in the final five weeks. Wayne won't be as great a fantasy value this year and is likely to incur at least a minor decrease in stats.

Wes Welker - DEN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 17
Keeper: 15
Auction 10: 6%
Auction 12: 10%
2010 NEP 15 86 848 9.9 7      
2011 NEP 16 122 1569 12.9 9 4 30  
2012 NEP 16 118 1354 11.5 6 2 20  
Avg   16 109 1257 11.4 7 2 17 0
Proj DEN   101 1170   7      

Welker arrives as one of the biggest free agent moves in recent history. The player who had five of his last six years feature over 110 catches each is now paired with Peyton Manning who already was elite in his first season in Denver. Welker is only 32 and is not likely to see a downturn this year or even next. He ends up on an offense that already produced two 1000 yard receivers last year anyway - Demaryius Thomas (1434) and Eric Decker (1064). Old man Brandon Stokley ended up with 544 yards and five scores from the slot. The Broncos are changing the offense to feature more three man sets and there is plenty of room for Welker to step in. And going from Tom Brady to Peyton Manning is a situation that other receivers can only dream about.

Markus Wheaton - PIT YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 64
Keeper: 69
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj PIT   42 670   3      

(+Upside) Wheaton became the Steelers 3.17 draft pick and he has a very nice chance to end up with significant work in the slot this year. Mike Wallace was never replaced other than moving Emmanuel Sanders up and more importantly, Heath Miller has a tore-up knee that may not let him play until later in the season. That means more three-man sets than usual and a reason to expect that Wheaton will get a larger workload for a third round receiver. The 5-11, 196 pound speedster runs a 4.36/40 and OC Tod Haley wants to use him all over the field. The only worry here is that Wheaton has a slim build and had durability problems in college but he is very much like a younger version of Mike Wallace. There is upside here if only in future years but 2013 should be good enough to merit Wheaton as fantasy depth at least in larger leagues.

Roddy White - ATL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 12
Keeper: 14
Auction 10: 8%
Auction 12: 14%
2010 ATL 16 115 1389 12.1 10 1 3  
2011 ATL 16 100 1296 13.0 8      
2012 ATL 16 92 1351 14.7 7      
Avg   16 102 1345 13.3 8 0 1 0
Proj ATL   94 1290   8      

White has evolved into one of the most consistently elite wideouts for the last six seasons. He's notched over 1200 yards every year and averages around eight touchdowns. He was on a two year streak of 100+ receptions but then fell to only 92 last year. He still turned in 1351 yards and seven scores. The addition of Julio Jones has resulted in a minor decrease to White but he still ranks top ten for wideouts. At 32 years of age, White may be in for a decline in the near future but 2013 looks every bit as bright as the last six years.

Terrance Williams - DAL YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 73
Keeper: 79
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj DAL   32 490   4      

(+Upside) Williams was Kendall Wright's successor at Baylor last year and he rolled up 1832 yards and 27 touchdowns for the Bears in 2012. At 6-2, 208 he has the frame to play outside and decent though not burning speed. While plenty productive in college, he'll need some seasoning in the NFL where he'll have a whole new level of press coverage to contend with and was dinged for getting tackled by the first defender. Worth a watch in camp to see if he can horn in on some slot duty but only worth a draft pick in the deepest of dynasty leagues.

08-16-13 Update: Williams has won the #3 role in Dallas and impressed the coaching staff.

Mike Williams - BUF YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 19
Keeper: 22
Auction 10: 5%
Auction 12: 9%
2010 TBB 16 65 964 14.8 11      
2011 TBB 16 65 771 11.9 3 1 3  
2012 TBB 16 63 996 15.8 9      
Avg   16 64 910 14.2 8 0 1 0
Proj BUF   66 1020   9      

Williams returned to the same sort of production that we saw when he was a rookie in 2010. He ended last year with 63 catches for 996 yards and nine touchdowns while no longer being used as the #1 receiver for the first time. Even more encouraging was that Williams scored four of his touchdowns over the final five games while Vincent Jackson was only scoring once. The pair make a formidable receiving duo that could be at least incrementally better this year, particularly Williams who is entering the final season of his rookie contract.

Robert Woods - BUF YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 56
Keeper: 53
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012                  
Avg   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Proj BUF   50 720   5      

(+Upside) After being the PAC-10 Freshman of the year in 2010, Woods was a Biletnikoff finalist as a sophomore. He turned in an eye- popping 111 catches for 1,292 yards and 15 touchdowns for the Trojans in 2011. Woods fell to only 76 catches for 846 yards and 11 touchdowns last year as the offense struggled and even Matt Barkley hurt his stock by remaining there. Woods is prototypical in size and speed and even served as their punt returner. He's been all-around good and even is noted as a blocker in addition to catching everything near him - even when contested by a defender. In the long-term he should develop into a valuable possession receiver and can grow along with the rest of the youngest set of receivers in the NFL. He has to beat out T.J. Graham to be the #2 receiver which should happen at least by the end of the regular season if not the start. Definite training camp watch on a player who can become a great possession receiver.

Kendall Wright - TEN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 52
Keeper: 32
Auction 10: 3%
Auction 12: 5%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 TEN 15 64 626 9.8 4 1 4  
Avg   15 64 626 9.8 4 1 4 0
Proj TEN   50 750   5      

Wright turned in a decent rookie season with 64 receptions for 626 yards and four touchdowns though he slowed later in the year while the Titans once again tried to force passes to Kenny Britt. Wright is expected to take the #2 role from Washington this year and while that will see an increase from the ex-Baylor star, he will be more limited by the shaky QB situation in Tennessee. Wright is still a better dynasty pick than a redraft grab but is still worthy of a spot for fantasy depth.

Jarius Wright - MIN YEAR TM GMS CAT CYD YPC CTD CAR RYD RTD
Huddle Rank: 107
Keeper: 105
Auction 10: 1%
Auction 12: 1%
2010                  
2011                  
2012 MIN 7 22 310 14.1 2 2 11  
Avg   7 22 310 14.1 2 2 11 0
Proj MIN   16 240   1      

Wright remains no better than the #4 wideout on a team that will focus on Greg Jennings and Cordarrelle Patterson. No fantasy value.

   
 
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