QB List’s Fantasy Football Rankings: Week 16

Erik Smith and Ryan Heath release their PPR fantasy football rankings for Week 16.

Ryan Heath’s WR Rankings


  • Drake London has seen a significant increase in volume since Kyle Pitts was lost for the year. London ranks 18th at the position in OPPO per game over the last month, driven by his last two games where he commanded 11 and 12 targets (good for a 42% and 50% target share, respectively). He has a 28% target share on the year, better than any rookie wide receiver managed in 2021 (including Ja’Marr Chase and Jaylen Waddle). The Falcons’ offense limits London to being a shaky WR3 in a below-average matchup against Baltimore this week, but he is a clear buy as KeepTradeCut’s WR15 in dynasty formats.
  • Marquise Goodwin is a “plug him in and find out” type of play this week. Goodwin should run a full complement of routes with Tyler Lockett unlikely to play, but he was targeted on less than 10% of those routes last Thursday (and 16% on the season). There is upside here, however, given this game features the second-highest over/under of the week and a Chiefs defense that has allowed the 5th-most points to opposing receivers this year. Goodwin’s 4.31 wheels could make his day on a single play, but I wouldn’t expect a ton of target volume.
  • Chris Moore, on the other hand, has seen a healthy 10 targets per game over the last two weeks, coinciding with the absences of Brandin Cooks and Nico Collins. He faces a Titans defense that has been the single best matchup for opposing receivers this year, and has conveniently been particularly tough against the run, creating an extreme pass-funnel. Moore’s target floor could be attractive for rosters in need of depth.


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