Wide receivers are the backbone of fantasy football. They are also wildly disrespected. I’m guessing you hear this every draft. “It’s ok, I can wait on WR, the position is so deep.” Then inevitably, week 8 rolls around and that manager is offering you David Montgomery for Davante Adams and you just have to laugh. We’ve all been there. The hope is that these rankings will help you adapt to whichever play style you choose so that you’re not starting Russell Gage as your WR2 in Week 8. It’s also to help all my ZeroRB friends choose the right combination of players to leverage your way to another title.
Before you move on though, a quick rundown of the format. The top 60 WRs are grouped in Tiers one through five. While the players themselves have individual ranks, the movement inside the tier is fairly fluid as the offseason progresses so you may want to move a receiver from WR38 to WR34. That’s completely understandable and encouraged. Adversely, there is little to no movement outside the tiers unless something drastic were to happen, i.e., a trade to a new team or an injury that would provide them with a more valuable role. As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, come chat with us over on the QBList Discord. Good Luck!
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