Your WR top 80 9.0 is here! Davante Adams back on top after a sensational week. As a rule, injuries will always bump guys down. I am generally pessimistic that players will return on time at full strength without a setback. 

This list is not league or format specific, but it is based on 2020 rest-of-season projection only. When thinking through tiers and rankings I asked myself simply – “all things considered who would I rather have on my roster?”

Read all of the QB, RB and TE Razzball Rest of Season Positional Rankings now!

Rank Change Name Team Notes
    Tier 1    
1 +1 Davante Adams GB Definition of alpha; missed 2 games and still leads team in targets by 12
2 -1 DeAndre Hopkins ARI  
    Tier 2    
3 +3 Julio Jones ATL Looking healthy and routinely flirting with 100 yards per usual
4   Calvin Ridley ATL Both Falcons WRs are great, it’s a coin flip
5 +6 Tyler Lockett SEA Now SEA’s leading receiver, same upside as DK with a higher target floor
6 -1 Stefon Diggs BUF In a strange game Diggs had his worst week of the season; still 11 targets
7 +7 A.J. Brown TEN The Titans defense being a liability is good for AJB
8   Adam Thielen MIN  
9 -6 Tyreek Hill KC Kelce is the top target in this offense, of course Hill can still explode any given week
10 -1 D.K. Metcalf SEA  
11 -1 Will Fuller HOU A slow day against Jaire Alexander, but kept his 5 game touchdown streak alive
12 +5 Keenan Allen LAC The targets of Allen Robinson, but with added Herbert upside
13 -1 Kenny Golladay DET  
    Tier 3    
14 +2 Allen Robinson CHI There’s just nothing going on with this offense; definition of empty volume
15 +12 Diontae Johnson PIT Back to being Pitt’s WR1; 38 targets in his 3 healthy games
16 +7 Justin Jefferson MIN Imagine what a post bye rookie bump looks like for JJeff
17 +2 Terry McLaurin WAS  
    Tier 4    
18 +6 Tee Higgins CIN  
19 +6 Tyler Boyd CIN  
20 -2 Robert Woods LAR  
21 -14 Michael Thomas NO Injury pessimism wins again
22 -3 Robby Anderson CAR  
23 -10 Amari Cooper DAL Gave Dalton a 1 week pass, but now we have to drop all Cowboys
24 -2 CeeDee Lamb DAL  
25 +1 Brandin Cooks HOU 30 targets over the last 3 weeks
    Tier 5    
26 -2 Cooper Kupp LAR  
27 +2 D.J. Moore CAR 2 big games in a row, but only one week all year with >5 rec isn’t cutting it
28 +2 DeVante Parker MIA Tua Time in Miami
29 +4 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT  
30 +7 Brandon Aiyuk SF Door is wide open with Deebo out; has flashed, think he could be 1B to Kittle long term
31 -10 Chris Godwin TB Ugh, a broken finger will cost him 1-2 weeks + Antonio Brown has entered the chat
32 +11 A.J. Green CIN It appears they’re committed to feature him… maybe for a trade?
    Tier 6    
33 -18 Mike Evans TB Non-TD floor is brutal; bump once again with Godwin out, but Antonio Brown signed
34 +10 Jalen Reagor PHI Activated off IR just in time to face that Dallas defense
35 +14 Cole Beasley BUF As long as he’s the BUF WR2, a flexworthy start
36 +6 Marquise Brown BAL  
37 +19 Jarvis Landry CLE Baker has to throw to someone
38 -7 Chase Claypool PIT Maybe a little aggressive crowning him before we saw use with the WR room healthy
39 +14 Travis Fulgham PHI Should remain relevant even with Reagor back
40 -6 Jamison Crowder NYJ Producing when on the field, but Mims may cap that now
41 +13 Randall Cobb HOU Empty volume, but startable in a pinch
    Tier 7    
42 +19 Christian Kirk ARI Volume isn’t great but he’s relevant in this offense
43 -3 D.J. Chark JAC 7 targets is good, 1 reception is bad
44 -3 Michael Gallup DAL  
45 -10 Deebo Samuel SF Multi-week injury
46 -8 Laviska Shenault Jr JAC The Jacksonville passing offense is cratering out; inexplicably only getting 1 carry a game
47 -8 Henry Ruggs III LV Don’t ask me why you’d take the first WR off the board in the draft then give him 3 targets a game
48 -3 Darius Slayton NYG  
49 -3 Tim Patrick DEN Led the DEN WRs in yards even in an ugly week
    Tier 8    
50 -3 Russell Gage ATL  
51 -3 Jerry Jeudy DEN  
52 +20 Curtis Samuel CAR Desperation flex, but he is getting used on a weekly basis
53 NR Rashard Higgins CLE Long time favorite of #draftTwitter, had 100 yards in relief of OBJ
54 +15 Denzel Mims NYJ Led team in receiving first game active
55 -5 Julian Edelman NE Stidham might actually improve this passing offense
56 -5 Preston Williams MIA Let’s hope Tua can unlock his potential
57 +1 Hunter Renfrow LV  
58 -6 Emmanuel Sanders NO COVID list
59 -23 Mike Williams LAC The bust weeks are just killer
60 -3 T.Y. Hilton IND  
61 +3 Darnell Mooney CHI Team high 7 targets week 7
62 NR Sterling Shepard NYG Led team in targets in a poor man’s Randall Cobb role
    Tier 9    
63 -3 John Brown BUF  
64 -2 Sammy Watkins KC  
65 -2 Gabriel Davis BUF Really disappointing week in what looked to be a smash spot
66 -11 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB  
67 -2 Mecole Hardman KC  
68 -2 Corey Davis TEN  
69 -2 Marvin Jones DET  
70 -2 Bryan Edwards LV Holding to see the flop post-injury; there’s room for targets
71   Tre’Quan Smith NO  
72 +2 Breshad Perriman NYJ  
73 NR Nelson Agholor LV Worth a bench stash to see if he earns more work, but probably a one week blip
74 +2 Golden Tate NYG  
    Tier 10    
75 NR Marquez Callaway NO Rookie UDFA led Saints in receiving, will look to earn more while Sanders and Thomas are out
76 NR Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE  
77 NR Scotty Miller TB Keeps bouncing in an out of relevance
78 NR Josh Reynolds LAR Emerging of late, team high 8 targets on MNF
79 -3 James Washington PIT  
80 NR John Hightower PHI Improving rookie is playing the deep threat role for now

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