The NFL has changed without question. Jaws was/is absolutely right… “Points come out of the passing game.” When it comes to Fantasy Football the strength/depth at the wide receiver position is immense and the rules favor the receiver (passing game). The more receivers you can get into your fantasy lineups the better. Even the age old practice of drafting running backs at the top of the first round is no longer a foregone conclusion. We at CPGM fully expect Antonio Brown to be the #1 overall pick in plenty of fantasy drafts this season and Julio Jones could very well have an average draft position (ADP) between 2.0-3.0. Let’s get to it, Couch Potato General Manager presents the Top 60 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers – 2016.
Top 60 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers – 2016