2016 Rankings: Top-200 (Standard) | Top-200 (Half-PPR) | Top-200 (PPR) | QBRB (Standard) | RB (Half-PPR)RB (PPR) | WR (Standard) | WR (Half-PPR)WR (PPR) | TE (Standard) | TE (Half-PPR)TE (PPR) | K | DST

Dynasty Rankings: Top-150 | QB | RB | WR | TE | Top-50 Rookies

Year Accuracy Rank High Low Percentile
2015 57.5% 22 out of 123 59.9% 51.6% Top 20%
2014 58.1% 31 out of 125 60.7% 50.6% Top 25%

That’s it folks, just one more position to go (tight ends… my favorite if you hadn’t heard), and then our Rankings series for the preseason will be a wrap. Hopefully a chicken wrap, since I’m for turning anything and everything into an edible byproduct. That being said, since I mentioned the other day that this is the first year we have ranked Half-PPR on a position-by-position basis, I might just have a surprise for everyone next week in terms of rankings. I won’t allude to it too much, since I already labeled it a surprise, but a spoiler might be how many things I can actually rank and what’s left to rank. A top-100 Movies of all-time list? MAYBE! (Not really…) Regardless, here are your Wide Receivers ranked in order of preference in Half-PPR leagues…

Rank Name Team
1 Antonio Brown PIT
2 Julio Jones ATL
3 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG
4 DeAndre Hopkins HOU
5 A.J. Green CIN
6 Dez Bryant DAL
7 Allen Robinson JAC
8 Alshon Jeffery CHI
9 Mike Evans TB
10 Jordy Nelson GB
11 Keenan Allen SD
12 Brandon Marshall NYJ
13 Amari Cooper OAK
14 T.Y. Hilton IND
15 Brandin Cooks NO
16 Demaryius Thomas DEN
17 Golden Tate DET
18 Randall Cobb GB
19 Jeremy Maclin KC
20 Sammy Watkins BUF
21 Doug Baldwin SEA
22 Jarvis Landry MIA
23 Julian Edelman NE
24 Eric Decker NYJ
25 Donte Moncrief IND
26 Kelvin Benjamin CAR
27 Michael Floyd ARI
28 Larry Fitzgerald ARI
29 Jordan Matthews PHI
30 John Brown ARI
31 Emmanuel Sanders DEN
32 Tyler Lockett SEA
33 Devante Parker MIA
34 Allen Hurns JAC
35 Marvin Jones DET
36 Michael Crabtree OAK
37 DeSean Jackson WAS
38 Willie Snead NO
39 Torrey Smith SF
40 Markus Wheaton PIT
41 Kevin White CHI
42 Tavon Austin LA
43 Corey Coleman CLE
44 Sterling Shepard NYG
45 Stefon Diggs MIN
46 Laquon Treadwell MIN
47 Vincent Jackson TB
48 Kamar Aiken BAL
49 Dorial Green-Beckham TEN
50 Mohamed Sanu ATL
51 Travis Benjamin SD
52 Steve Smith BAL
53 Devin Funchess CAR
54 Josh Doctson WAS
55 Phillip Dorsett IND
56 Mike Wallace BAL
57 Michael Thomas NO
58 Kendall Wright TEN
59 Sammie Coates PIT
60 Terrance Williams DAL
61 Rishard Matthews TEN
62 Pierre Garcon WAS
63 Chris Hogan NE
64 Steve Johnson SD
65 Brandon LaFell CIN
66 Nelson Agholor PHI
67 Robert Woods BUF
68 Ted Ginn CAR
69 Rueben Randle PHI
70 Will Fuller HOU
71 Jeff Janis GB
72 Bruce Ellington SF
73 Kenny Britt LA
74 Tyler Boyd CIN
75 Davante Adams GB
76 Jermaine Kearse FA
77 Victor Cruz NYG
78 Breshad Perriman BAL
79 Jamison Crowder WAS
80 Jaelen Strong HOU
81 Seth Roberts OAK
82 Leonte Carroo MIA
83 Kenny Stills MIA
84 Cole Beasley DAL
85 Albert Wilson KC
86 Rashard Higgins CLE
87 Justin Hardy ATL
88 Danny Amendola NE
89 Pharoh Cooper LA
90 Eddie Royal CHI
91 Andrew Hawkins CLE
92 Nate Washington NE
93 DeAndre Smelter SF
94 Tajae Sharpe TEN
95 Quinton Patton SF
96 Devin Smith NYJ
97 Philly Brown CAR
98 Jarius Wright MIN
99 Chris Conley KC
100 J.J. Nelson ARI
101 Kenny Bell TB
102 David Patten NE
103 David Tyree BAL
104 Deion Branch IND
105 Charles Johnson MIN
106 Brandon Coleman NO
107 Demetrius Williams CLE
108 Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT
109 Dennis Northcutt DET
110 Derek Stanley STL

  1. Hubiedoobie says:
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    Auction keeper question, half point PPR $200 salary can keep 2: Keep Le’veon Bell for $35, Antonio Brown for $55, Greg Olson for $2, Mike Evans for $1, or Andrew Luck for $13?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      If it’s just two, I’d say Bell and Evans. There’s an argument for Olsen here, but it’s a pretty weak one. Bell and Evans is a good mix of value and potential production.

  2. Levo says:
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    Is this ranking including Fitz coming back to the Jets and if so is age the big concern with why Marshall falls out of the top 10?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Levo: Yeah, I’ll probably add Fitzmagic into the rankings during the next big update, after the weekend. Age is a part of it, the offense is part of it too. I’ll probably uptick him a bit now that it isn’t Geno throwing him the ball anymore.

  3. Jeff P says:
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    In a 14 team half-ppr keeper, I have 4th overall pick. David Johnson and OBJ are kept, so assuming Brown/Gurley/Julio 1-2-3, who would you go with at 4?
    For me it’s Peterson or Hopkins, and I’m leaning Peterson, primarily because I can get a decent WR at 25 (thinking Marshall/Allen/Cooper) and available RBs don’t inspire me. Or is upside of Hopkins too much to give up here?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Jeff P: I think you have a sound argument, but he’s getting up there in age and Hopkins, in a 0.5 PPR is really enticing. I’m probably taking the gamble with Hopkins and hoping that I get an alright running back to take that spot.

  4. Scott Hagen says:
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    Ok. I have a trade situation goin down. 12 team, 2 keepers per team. Currently keeping kelvin rd 13 and latavius rd 8. Last year I trades players and acquired 3 2nd rd picks. So I have 4th pick overall, then 3 2nd rd picks. I’ve been offered 1st pick overall for all 3 2nd rd picks. So basically I could start out with AB and Lamar miller/Ezekial. Then NO 2nd rd pick (gets scary thin in thr 3rd) OR start with lamar/Ezekial then grab hyde/rawls/k allen/mccoy/forte. 3 of those 5 guys. Go for 2 studs or 1 stud and some depth? Thanks!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Scott Hagen: In this instance, going for the number overall pick, I’d actually do it. I think with Murray and Kevlin, paired with Brown, well, I’d take that combo and then try to mix and match in the later rounds.

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