*These are PPR Rankings*
Tier 1 - in a class of his own
1.) Michael Thomas
Tier 2 - strong WR1's
2.) Davante Adams - Aaron Rodgers is gonna feed this guy. Buying a bounce back season
3.) Julio Jones - consistency. not much else to say.
4.) Tyreek Hill - WR1 in the best offense in the league
5.) Deandre Hopkins - Kingsbury will find ways to get the ball to him early and often
6.) Chris Godwin - tough call between him and Evans but I like that Godwin's game is more short routes. Better for Brady at this point of his career.
Tier 3 - lower end WR1's
7.) Mike Evans - one of the most consistent receivers in the game. no reason to put him any lower.
8.) Odell Beckham - year 2 on the Browns, no Kitchens. Should bounce back.
9.) Kenny Golladay - talented #1 receiver with a QB that loves to sling it.
10.) Adam Thielen - no Diggs. He should get tons of targets. Buying a bounce back.
Tier 4 - consistent performers who also have high ceilings
11.) Amari Cooper - more competition for targets this year. But he has immense TD upside
12.) Allen Robinson - high floor PPR guy, could end up higher if Foles starts
13.) Cooper Kupp - fell off towards the end of last year, but he's Goff's go to. Borderline WR1
14.) DJ Moore - Bridgewater loves to throw short outs and quick slants. Moore should pick up where he left off last year.
15.) Courtland Sutton - another big upside guy, but has more competition for targets this year.
16.) Juju Smith-Schuster - I like him this year with Big Ben back.
16.) Keenan Allen - hard to rank him right now, but if Tyrod starts I like him as a high floor WR2
17.) TY Hilton - Philip Rivers is gonna feed him; the Colts don't have anyone else to throw to.
Tier 5 - low TD upside or low reception upside guys (some of these guys could end up as WR1's)
18.) Stefon Diggs - should see a lot of targets in Buffalo.
19.) Jarvis Landry - nice high floor PPR player, Baker trusts him.
20.) DJ Chark - Minshew and Chark had a nice rapport last year. He's a high upside WR2
21.) DK Metcalf - not sure if he's ready to make the PPR WR1 jump with Lockett still there, but I like his TD upside.
22.) Devante Parker - great season last year, but I don't know if Tua (if he starts) will feed him the way Fitz did.
23.) AJ Brown - tremendous upside, but Titans are still a run first team
24.) Tyler Lockett - solid WR2 but can disappear a lot of weeks
25.) Calvin Ridley - high floor WR2
26.) Tyler Boyd - I like him better than AJ at this point of their careers, but I'm not sure if Burrow will step in and start dominating
Tier 6 - need to see more/some age or injury concerns
27.) Deebo Samuel - WR1 on a great offense. big upside here
28.) Terry McLaurin - his upside is limited by Haskins, but if he improves he's a WR1 sleeper
29.) AJ Green - getting older and an injury risk, but might be playing for a new contract
30.) Robert Woods - upside is limited by the Rams' diminished offense/o-line
31.) Michael Gallup - Lamb will eat into his targets from last year
32.) Will Fuller - big upside but as always, injury risk
33.) Brandin Cooks - same as Fuller
34.) Marquise Brown - big play guy but there's mouths to feed
35.) John Brown - Diggs bumps him down