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If your searching for a fantasy football championship or your just looking to get started with fantasy football these are some WR to look for when your on the clock. Now let’s start!
• Antonio Brown
We start with AB, a top 5 pick in almost every draft. If your lucky enough to be in the 3 or 4 spot this is the perfect time to target AB, with 307 point last year look for him to be the number one fantasy WR for the 4th straight year.
• Odell Beckham Jr
If you are in the mid to late first round and Odell is on the board don’t hesitate, take him! Last year he had over 100 catches and 1,300+ yards for 10 TD. Look for him to give you that same productivity this season.
• AJ Green
Currently going in the early second round he is a perfect pick to go along with your first pick. With the injury last season he didn’t put up the number we are used to seeing. He will be one of the guys to bounce back big.
• T.Y Hilton
The 5th ranked wideout last year is currently going in the late 2nd/ early 3rd round, that is a steal. Look for him to once again eclipse 1,400 yards.
• Amari Cooper
Last year he didn’t live up to expectations, but that will surely change this year. He still was a top 20 fantasy WR last year and I expect him to jump into the top 10 this year.
• Doug Baldwin
He is currently going in the 3rd round in most draft formats. Look for him to perform better than his ADP. He’s a consistent guy that will give you good if not great numbers.
• Terrelle Pryor
Going around the 4th to 5th round he is a guy you take if your in need of a WR in the 5th round. He should top 1,000 yards again.
• Stefon Diggs
In Diggs you get a late round steal who will get you numbers on a week by week basis. If he is still around in the 8th round, draft him!
• Jordan Matthews
With a new place in Buffalo and the trade of WR Sammy Watkins, Matthews is the clear cut number one. If he can stay healthy this could be the steal of the draft in the later rounds.
• Marvin Jones
He started last year off with several 100 yard games and a few 200 yard games. His production fell off towards the end of the year but I expect him to over perform his ADP this year.
Conclusion: If you follow this list and can grab 2 or 3 of these guys your WR group could be your strong position heading into this fantasy year. I hope this helps anyone having trouble picking your starting fantasy receivers.