Fantasy Football: Dustin Whitehead’s top 100 WR’s in full point PPR

Fantasy Football

Full point PPR is many peoples favorite part type of Fantasy Football. Having a dominant WR that can get you at least 15 points a week is so valuable. However, the WR position is very deep. You could get a WR1 as late as the fourth round depending on how your draft board falls. Everyone values the workhouse RB, but an elite WR can be just as important if you have championship hopes.

Monday: WR’s

Tuesday: TE’s

Wednesday: RB’s

Thursday: QB’s, D/ST, and Kickers

Friday: Top 300 Big Boards for Standard, Half Point, and Full Point PPR Scoring

If you have any questions, you can ask me on Twitter.

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Top 100 Standard Scoring WR’s

1.) DeAndre Hopkins / Houston Texans

2.) Davante Adams / Green Bay Packers

3.) Julio Jones / Atlanta Falcons

4.) Michael Thomas / New Orleans Saints

5.) Antonio Brown / Oakland Raiders

6.) Odell Beckham Jr. / Cleveland Browns

7.) Juju Smith-Schuster / Pittsburgh Steelers

8.) Tyreek Hill / Kansas City Chiefs

9.) Keenan Allen / Los Angeles Chargers

10.) Mike Evans / Tampa Bay Buccaneers

11.) Adam Thielen / Minnesota Vikings

12.) T.Y. Hilton / Indianapolis Colts

13.) Stefon Diggs / Minnesota Vikings

14.) Amari Cooper / Dallas Cowboys

15.) A.J. Green / Cincinnati Bengals

16.) Cooper Kupp / Los Angeles Rams

17.) Robert Woods / Los Angeles Rams

18.) Brandin Cooks / Los Angeles Rams

19.) Julian Edelman / New England Patriots

20.) Kenny Golladay / Detroit Lions

21.) Alshon Jeffery / Philadelphia Eagles

22.) Jarvis Landry / Cleveland Browns

23.) Allen Robinson / Chicago Bears

24.) Tyler Lockett / Seattle Seahawks

25.) Mike Williams / Los Angeles Chargers

26.) Chris Godwin / Tampa Bay Buccaneers

27.) Golden Tate / New York Giants

28.) Tyler Boyd / Cincinnati Bengals

29.) Will Fuller / Houston Texans

30.) Sammy Watkins / Kansas City Chiefs

31.) D.J. Moore / Carolina Panthers

32.) Marvin Jones / Detroit Lions

33.) Calvin Ridley / Atlanta Falcons

34.) Dede Westbrook / Jacksonville Jaguars

35.) Corey Davis / Tennessee Titans

36.) Emmanuel Sanders / Denver Broncos

37.) Tyrell Williams / Oakland Raiders

38.) Donte Pettis / San Francisco 49ers

39.) Mecole Hardman / Kansas City Chiefs

40.) N’Keal Harry / New England Patriots

42.) John Brown / Buffalo Bills

42.) Quincy Enunwa /  New York Jets

43.) Tre’Quan Smith / New Orleans Saints

44.) Robby Anderson / New York Jets

45.) Larry Fitzgerald / Arizona Cardinals

46.) Desean Jackson / Philadelphia Eagles

47.) Robert Foster / Buffalo Bills

48.) Marquise Goodwin / San Francisco 49ers

49.) Devin Funchess / Indianapolis Colts

50.) Christian Kirks / Arizona Cardinals

51.) Anthony Miller / Chicago Bears

52.) Sterling Shepard / New York Giants

53.) Keke Coutee / Houston Texans

54.) Michael Gallup / Dallas Cowboys

55.) DaeSean Hamilton / Denver Broncos

56.) Josh Dockson / Washington Redskins

57.) James Washington / Pittsburgh Steelers

58.) D.K. Metcalf / Seattle Seahawks

59.) Paul Richardson / Washington Redskins

60.) Courtland Sutton / Denver Broncos

61.) Marquise Lee / Jacksonville Jaguars

62.) Parris Campbell / Indianapolis Colts

63.) A.J. Brown / Tennessee Titans

64.) Marquise “Hollywood” Brown / Baltimore Ravens

65.) Diontae Johnson / Pittsburgh Steelers

66.) Donte Moncrief / Pittsburgh Steelers

67.) Curtis Samual / Carolina Panthers

68.) Muhammad Sanu / Atlanta Falcons

69.) Anthony Calloway / Cleveland Browns

70.) Jamison Crowder / New York Jets

71.) Brashad Perriman / Tampa Bay Buccaneers

72.) Hunter Renfrow / Oakland Raiders

73.) Devonte Parker / Miami Dolphins

74.) Miles Boykin / Baltimore Ravens

75.) Chris Hogan / Carolina Panthers

76.) Dontrelle Imman / New England Patriots

77.) Zay Jones / Buffalo Bills

78.) Adam Humphries / Tennessee Titans

79.) Randell Cobb / Dallas Cowboys

80.) Taylor Gabrial / Chicago Bears

81.) Josh Reynolds / Los Angeles Rams

82.) Willie Snead / Baltimore Ravens

83.) Ted Ginn Jr. / New Orleans Saints

84.) David Moore / Seattle Seahawks

85.) Danny Amendola / Detroit Lions

86.) Gary Jennings / Seattle Seahawks

87.) Geronimo Allison / Green Bay Packers

88.) Marquez Valdes-Scantling / Green Bay Packers

89.) Equanimeous St. Brown / Green Bay Packers

90.) Damarius Thomas / New England Patriots

91.) Deebo Samual / San Francisco 49ers

92.) J.J. Arcega-Whiteside / Philadelphia Eagles

93.) Cole Beasley / Buffalo Bills

94.) Albert Wilson / Miami Dolphins

95.) D.J. Chark / Jacksonville Jaguars

96.) Kenny Stills / Miami Dolphins

97.) Terry McLaurin / Washington Redskins

98.) Andy Isabella / Arizona Cardinals

99.) Chris Conley / Jacksonville Jaguars

100.) Travis Benjamin / Los Angeles Chargers

Ten guys to think about

Julio Jones

Julio Jones has been a top three to five WR in the NFL for a long time. His only deficiency in Fantasy Football is the lack of receptions. However, if I were going to bet on one player to lead the NFL in receiving, that would be Julio Jones. Julio Jones has been a great WR for so long that it feels like people are starting to underappreciate him. Don’t underappreciate Julio Jones; he’s a player you should feel very comfortable taking at the end of the first round.

Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell Beckham Jr. is one of the best WR’s in the NFL. His health has failed him and Fantasy owners the past two seasons. If Beckham can stay healthy, new Quarterback Baker Mayfield should have no problem getting him the football. The only other thing that could hurt Beckham’s value is the number of talented skill players on the Browns roster. I think Beckham will make up with the overall lack of receptions with touchdowns, however.

Mike Evans

Mike Evans continues to be one of the most underrated WR’s in the NFL. If you can get two RB’s and Mike Evens in the third as your WR1, you will be off to a great start in your draft. Evans will be getting a ton of targets from Jamias Winston. Evans could be a top five WR in Fantasy if he worked on dropping the ball less.

Amari Cooper

Arari Cooper has been a frustrating Fantasy play over the years. That all changed when he got traded to the Dallas Cowboys last season. Cooper has the talent and ability to be a sneaky top five WR in Fantasy. I’m personally not buying into that idea until at least a full season of high production. Cooper will have all the opportunities, but I’m not sure how excited I’d be to have Cooper as my number one WR.

Chris Godwin

Chris Godwin is everyone’s favorite sleeper that’s not a sleeper anymore. With the departures of Desean Jackson and Adam Humphries, Godwin should pick up many of those lost receptions. Bruce Arians is a Head Coach that loves passing the ball. Godwin should be in contention to be a valuable WR2.

Sammy Watkins

Sammy Watkins value is all over the place. It will come down to how many games Tyreek hill is suspended. These rankings are based off Hill not being suspended. When Hill is suspended, they will be updated accordingly. Say hill gets suspended four games, Watkins should have the opportunity to be a low-end WR2. Watkins can be a frustrating Fantasy play because he’s so hit or miss. If Watkins is guaranteed ten targets a week, however, that makes him a weekly must start

Calvin Ridley

A lot of people are really high on Calvin Ridley this season. I fall in the middle because I could see a sophomore slump for Ridley. Not a massive slump, however. I expect Ridley to get most of the WR2 work in the Falcons office. That makes him a valuable play alone in that pass-happy attack.

Corey Davis

This will be a make it or break it season for Corey Davis. A similar situation to his Quarterback, Marcus Mariota. With Davis being a former top-five pick, he needs to show his worth. There’s no reason Davis can’t get 1,000 yards and catch around 75 balls. If Davis doesn’t show early season production, do everything you can to jump off that sinking ship.

Robert Foster

Robert Foster has a chance to be Josh Allen’s favorite deep threat. I’m higher on John Brown, but Foster already has a connection with Allen. I currently have Foster as a low-end Flex/WR4. However, it wouldn’t shock me of Foster finished the 2019 Fantasy season as a WR3.

Devin Funchess

Devin Funchess will likely be the number two WR for the Indianapolis Colts. Funchess doesn’t have the biggest upside in Fantasy anymore. If the matchup is right, Funchess could be someone you plug in on a bye week.

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