2019 Fantasy Football Tiered Rankings – Wide Receivers – Redraft

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2019 Fantasy Football Tiered Rankings – Wide Receivers – Redraft

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Couch Potato General Manager presents their Fantasy Football Wide Receivers Rankings for 2019 broken down into tiers. Check out CPGM Headley’s rankings to the Left and CPGM Drew’s rankings to the Right.

Headley @CPGMHeadley Drew @s1rdr1w
ELITE
"These Wide Receivers will carry your football team plain and simple."
1. DeAndre Hopkins - Houson Texans - Hopkins has been disrespected in the media of late, make no mistake about it he is a top 2 fantasy receiver and he isn’t number 2. 1. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans
2. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers 2. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons
3. Juju Smith-Schuster - Pittsburgh Steelers - It will be tougher for JuJu this season without Antonio Brown on the field, but sheer volume alone in a pass happy offense gives him a leg up to be the sneaky receiver king. 3. Davante Adams - Green Bay Packers - You can go ahead and count double digit TDs for Adams no reason to think otherwise. Couple that with a more imaginative offensive mind in new Head Coach Matt LaFleur. Getting best of both worlds in receptions and TDs.
4. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons 4. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints
5. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs 5. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Word is BA is in love with Evans' talent.
6. Michael Thomas - New Orleans Saints 6. Antonio Brown - Oakland Raiders
7. Antonio Brown - Oakland Raiders
SUPERS
"This set it of receivers can carry your team just not to the level of the tier above them, a few more targets can change this for the better."
8. Odell Beckham Jr. - Cleveland Browns - Yes Odell will be playing with the best quarterback he has played with in his career but the Browns like to spread the ball around, therefore I am not expecting a top 5 finish for Beckham this season. 7. Juju Smith-Schuster - Pittsburgh Steelers
9. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers
10. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings - A 3rd round ADP is borderline disrespectful for Adam Thielen. He was well on his way of breaking the Vikings all-time single season reception record until injuries caught up with him towards the end of last season. He is a strong BUY in the 3rd round. 9. Tyreek Hill - Kansas City Chiefs
11. TY Hilton - Indianapolis Colts - A more quick rhythm offense from the Colts circumvents T.Y’s down field prowess a bit but sign me up for a top 12 finish for my guy T.Y. 10. Odell Beckham Jr. - Cleveland Browns- Still a top 10 player but a lot of mouths to feed in Cleveland. But Mayfield is a guy who will get the ball out and down the field.
12. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings 11. Adam Thielen - Minnesota Vikings
13. Keenan Allen - Los Angeles Chargers 12. TY Hilton - Indianapolis Colts
14. Amari Cooper - Dallas Cowboys - Amari Cooper hit the ground running for the Cowboys in the 2nd half of the season. I see this trend continuing in 2019. 13. Stefon Diggs - Minnesota Vikings
14. Amari Cooper - Dallas Cowboys - Full off-season in Cowboy uniform should get Cooper back to the star he was drafted to be. Having confidence, being wanted and being comfortable can do wonders for the psyche!
15. Brandin Cooks - Los Angeles Rams
NEXT LEVEL PLAYERS
"This level of Wide Receiver is on the cusp of the "Elite" & "Supers" tiers and can carry your team a few times per season."
15. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots - Which receiver will Brady feel comfortable passing to? The answer is Edelman early and often. 16. Tyler Lockett - Seattle Seahawks
16. Robert Woods - Los Angeles Rams 17. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos - IS HE HEALTHY?
17. Tyler Lockett - Seattle Seahawks 18. Mike Williams - Los Angeles Chargers - One less Williams on the roster to get the ball to means increase in volume for Mike as well as Allen.
18. Brandin Cooks - Los Angeles Rams - For some reason I always shy away from Brandin Cooks in my fantasy drafts and he keeps on producing 1,000 yard seasons no matter what team he is on. Don’t be like me and go grab that guaranteed production. 19. Calvin Ridley - Atlanta Falcons
19. Kenny Golladay - Detroit Lions 20. Robert Woods - Los Angeles Rams
20. Chris Godwin - Tampa Bay Bucanneers 21. Alshon Jeffery - Philadephia Eagles
21. Tyler Boyd - Cincinnati Bengals 22. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots
22. Mike Williams - Los Angeles Chargers - Big Mike in the red zone equals Easy Money! 23. Chris Godwin - Tampa Bay Bucanneers - He will surpise a lot of folks this year. He can play any of the WR positions which will keep him on the field
24. Allen Robinson - Chicago Bears
25. DJ Moore - Carolina Panthers - Christain McCaffrey caught 103 balls last year. The talk is the Panthers want to reduce his load in the passing game. Also lets not forget Moore wasn't thrust into being the guy last year, they worked him in slowly... well I think the Panthers know better this time around.
26. Sammy Watkins - Kansas City Chiefs
27. Christian Kirk - Arizona Cardinals - He came from a spread offense in college and is going back into one a year later.
28. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans
PROMISING
"You have seen the potential or at the very least a glimpse."
23. Sammy Watkins - Kansas City Chiefs 29. Tyrell Williams - Oakland Raiders
24. Cooper Kupp - Los Angeles Rams 30. Dante Pettis - San Francisoo 49ers
25. Calvin Ridley - Atlanta Falcons - Ridley burst on to the scene leading the Falcons in receiving touchdowns in his rookie season (Nice call CPGM Juice) however I believe his receiving TDs take a dip but his receptions, yards, and snap rate goes up. No sophomore slump for Mr. Ridley. 31. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals
26. Allen Robinson - Chicago Bears 32. Donte Moncrief - Pittsburgh Steelers
27. Jarvis Landry - Cleveland Browns 33. Kenny Golladay - Detroit Lions
28. DJ Moore - Carolina Panthers 34. Tyler Boyd - Cincinnati Bengals
29. Robby Anderson - New York Jets 35. Cooper Kupp - Los Angeles Rams
30. Alshon Jeffery - Philadephia Eagles 36. Jarvis Landry - Cleveland Browns - A lot of his value is in receptions and with OBJ on the squad Landry should get his fair share, I just wish he had a little more juice in the dynamic department when you talk reception to TD ratio
31. Corey Davis - Tennessee Titans 37. Courtland Sutton - Denver Broncos
32. Will Fuller - Houston Texans - Can he stay healthy? If he does, Fuller can put up close to WR1 numbers. Small sample size but 14 receiving TDs in 11 games with Deshaun Watson is bonkers. 38. Robby Anderson - New York Jets
33. Marvin Jones - Detroit Lions 39. Adam Humphries - Tennessee Titans
34. Courtland Sutton - Denver Broncos
STATUS QUO
"You know what you are getting all-be-it nothing special."
35. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals 40. Geronimo Allison - Green Bay Packers
36. Donte Moncrief - Pittsburgh Steelers - Lots of targets open in Pittsburgh for Moncrief to shine in 2019. Both he and second year receiver James Washington can become household names by the end of this season. 41. Will Fuller - Houston Texans
37. Sterling Shepard - New York Giants 42. Marquise Brown - Baltimore Ravens
38. Dede Westbrook - Jacksonville Jaguars 43. Marqise Lee - Jacksonville Jaguars
39. Marquez Valdes-Scantling - Green Bay Packers 44. DeVante Parker - Miami Dolphins
40. Deebo Samuel - San Francisco 49ers - If you don’t know by now, I am the driver of the Deebo hype train. I know most folks are expecting the Dante Pettis breakout season but if healthy Deebo can be that guy. 45. Michael Gallup - Dallas Cowboys
41. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos 46. Zay Jones - Buffalo Bills
42. Larry Fitzgerald - Arizona Cardinals 47. Curtis Samuel - Carolina Panthers
43. Christian Kirk - Arizona Cardinals - The Cardinals passing offense will be an interesting offense to target in fantasy drafts. Either it can be really good or really bad. If it’s the former, then Christian Kirk will have a huge season. 48. Parris Campbell - Indianapolis Colts
44. Dante Pettis - San Francisoo 49ers 49. Anthony Miller - Chicago Bears
45. Curtis Samuel - Carolina Panthers 50. Sterling Shepard - New York Giants
COMPLEMENT
"This set of wide receivers typically meet or are just shy of their projections."
46. Tyrell Williams - Oakland Raiders 51. Deebo Samuel - San Francisco 49ers
47. Michael Gallup - Dallas Cowboys 52. N'Keal Harry - New Engalnd Patriots
48. DeSean Jackson - Philadelphia Eagles 53. DeSean Jackson - Philadelphia Eagles
49. Devin Funchess - Indianapolis Colts
50. Geronimo Allison - Green Bay Packers
WAIT AND SEE
"It’s exactly what it sounds like... Just wanna see more..."
51. N'Keal Harry - New Engalnd Patriots 54. John Ross - Cincinnati Bengals
52. Anthony Miller - Chicago Bears - If Mitchell Trubisky improves in 2019 then Anthony Miller will be a sleeper receiver to target. 7 touchdowns on 33 catches last year shows that he has a nose for the end zone. 55. Marvin Jones - Detroit Lions
53. John Brown - Buffalo Bills 56. DK Metcalf - Seattle Seahawks
54. Marquise Brown - Baltimore Ravens - Love the talent of Hollywood. If he ended up almost anywhere else, he would have been a lot higher on my rankings. However, he is in Baltimore who will run the football a ton, which limits his consistency, floor, and ceiling. 57. Tedd Ginn - New Orleans Saints
55. Marquise Goodwin - San Francisco 49ers
56. James Washington - Pittsburgh Steelers
57. Miles Boykin - Baltimore Ravens
BEST OF THE REST
"Late round fliers and watch list candidates."
58. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets 58. Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets
59. Albert Wilson - Miami Dolphins 59. Marquez Valdes-Scantling - Green Bay Packers
60. Parris Campbell - Indianapolis Colts 60. Dede Westbrook - Jacksonville Jaguars
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