2017 Fantasy Football Rankings: Fantasy Football WR Rankings

- Updated: Tuesday, September 5th

Scoring: These rankings are based on standard-scoring formats -- one point per 10 rushing yards, six points per rushing touchdown plus one point per 10 receiving yards and six points per receiving touchdown.

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Here are our wide receivers 41-115 in our rankings:

41. Chris Hogan, New England Patriots

In his first season with the Patriots, Hogan set a career high with 680 yards on just 58 targets. Given the ACL injury to Julian Edelman, Hogan could be the biggest beneficiary in terms of fantasy outlook.

42. Corey Davis, Tennessee Titans

What's not to like about Davis as a prospect? Of course, he played against a lower level of collegiate competition at Western Michigan, but Davis has all of the physical tools to develop into an elite receiver at this level. Highly prolific in college, the 6-foot-3 wideout had 1,400-plus yards and 12-plus touchdowns in each of the past three seasons. Unfortunately, targets may be less plentiful than one would expect for a top-five selection, especially with the Titans adding Eric Decker on a one-year contract.

43. Tyrell Williams, Los Angeles Chargers

Williams had a breakout season in 2016 as he finished with 69 catches for 1,059 yards and seven touchdowns. With a healthy Keenan Allen, he may not duplicate last year's numbers, but it wouldn't surprise me if he had another 1,000-yard season.

44. Rishard Matthews, Tennessee Titans

In his first season with the Titans, Matthews set career highs of 65 catches, 945 yards and nine touchdowns and all three of his 100-yard games occurred over the final six games of the year. Top-15 numbers (like last year) should be out of reach in Tennessee's run-first offense with the additions of Corey Davis and Eric Decker this offseason, though.

45. Ted Ginn, New Orleans Saints

With Willie Snead suspended for the first three games of the season, Ginn has a ton of weekly upside playing in the high-scoring Saints offense. The speedster has 700-plus yards in back-to-back seasons and scored double-digit touchdowns two seasons ago.

46. Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers

Now behind Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams in the targets pecking order, Cobb posted a career-low 10.2 Y/R in 2016 and averaged only 46.9 receiving yards per game, the lowest since his rookie season. From Week 5 to 11 when Aaron Rodgers averaged 45 pass attempts per game (out of necessity), Cobb finished as a top-36 fantasy wide receiver in five of six games. Outside of the six-game stretch when the Packers went 1-5, however, Cobb failed to finish as a top-30 fantasy wide receiver in any week.

47. Willie Snead, New Orleans Saints

Drew Brees spreads the ball around and with Brandin Cooks on the roster, Snead has a total of 141 catches and 1,879 yards in his two seasons. The good news for Snead is that Cooks is now in New England; the bad news is that he will begin the season serving a three-game ban for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.

48. Robby Anderson, New York Jets

Productive last year (42/587/2), Anderson had a five-game stretch where he exceeded 60 receiving yards four times. Moving into the No. 1 receiver role due to roster moves and/or injury, Anderson could finish as a top-50 fantasy wide receiver this season.

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49. Kenny Britt, Cleveland Browns

Despite quarterback and offensive concerns with the Rams, Britt posted his first-ever 1,000-yard season with a 68/1,002/5 stat line in 2016. Even though Britt is going into his ninth season, the veteran receiver is still only 28 years old (turns 29 in September). Britt will have to deal with questionable quarterback play once again, but it's possible that he approaches his 2016 numbers once again.

50. Kevin White, Chicago Bears

In his first two NFL seasons, White has played just four games. In those four games, however, White was heavily targeted and only 14 players in the NFL had more targets than White (36) during that stretch. If he can stay healthy in an offense that lost Alshon Jeffery in the offseason, it's possible that White develops into a productive fantasy wide receiver.

Here are the best of the rest:

51. John Brown, Arizona Cardinals
52. Adam Thielen, Minnesota Vikings
53. Marvin Jones, Detroit Lions
54. Zay Jones, Buffalo Bills
55. Sterling Shepard, New York Giants
56. Josh Doctson, Washington Redskins
57. Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions
58. Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks
59. Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams
60. Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins
61. Travis Benjamin, Los Angeles Chargers
62. Kendall Wright, Chicago Bears
63. J.J. Nelson, Arizona Cardinals
64. Torrey Smith, Philadelphia Eagles
65. Cole Beasley, Dallas Cowboys
66. Breshad Perriman, Baltimore Ravens
67. Chris Conley, Kansas City Chiefs
68. Taylor Gabriel, Atlanta Falcons
69. Paul Richardson, Seattle Seahawks
70. Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta Falcons
71. Marqise Lee, Jacksonville Jaguars
72. Devin Funchess, Carolina Panthers
73. Mike Williams, Los Angeles Chargers
74. Allen Hurns, Jacksonville Jaguars
75. Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams
76. Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia Eagles
77. Danny Amendola, New England Patriots
78. Tavon Austin, Los Angeles Rams
79. ArDarius Stewart, New York Jets
80. Malcolm Mitchell, New England Patriots
81. Marquise Goodwin, San Francisco 49ers
82. Dontrelle Inman, Los Angeles Chargers
83. Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys
84. John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals
85. Brandon LaFell, Cincinnati Bengals
86. Laquon Treadwell, Minnesota Vikings
87. Brandon Coleman, New Orleans Saints
88. Jaron Brown, Arizona Cardinals
89. Taywan Taylor, Tennessee Titans
90. Jermaine Kearse, New York Jets
91. Eli Rogers, Pittsburgh Steelers
92. Curtis Samuel, Carolina Panthers
93. Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals
94. Aldrick Robinson, San Francisco 49ers
95. Chester Rogers, Indianapolis Colts
96. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers
97. Kamar Aiken, Indianapolis Colts
98. Phillip Dorsett, New England Patriots
99. Ricardo Louis, Cleveland Browns
100. Braxton Miller, Houston Texans
101. Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
102. Chad Hansen, New York Jets
103. Sammie Coates, Cleveland Browns
104. Adam Humphries, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
105. Seth Roberts, Oakland Raiders
106. Albert Wilson, Kansas City Chiefs
107. Will Fuller, Houston Texans
108. Dede Westbrook, Jacksonville Jaguars
109. Andre Holmes, Buffalo Bills
110. Jaelen Strong, Houston Texans
111. Jeremy Kerley, San Francisco 49ers
112. Josh Gordon, Free Agent
113. Geronimo Allison, Green Bay Packers
114. Bruce Ellington, Houston Texans
115. Michael Floyd, Minnesota Vikings
116. Kasen Williams, Cleveland Browns
117. Markus Wheaton, Chicago Bears
118. Trent Taylor, San Francisco 49ers
119. Brian Quick, Washington Redskins
120. Justin Hunter, Pittsburgh Steelers

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