2021 Fantastic football. WR Ratings (PPR)

As August approaches, now is really the time to start your conscription. In our country, it continues with wide receivers. It’s a deep band that’s full of good options. Here’s how I put them together.

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  1. Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs:

With his speed, Hill has the ability to hit from anywhere on the field. Last year, he scored 17 touchdowns in just 15 games. I do not expect his touch percentage to drop much when Patrick Mahomes is in the center.

  1. Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers:

Adams should be at the top of this list, but the absence of Aaron Rogers reduces it from its current fantastic value. Regardless, I expect him to play this year, as he will be looking to sign a new contract after this season. If Jordan Love can perform, Adams must be a great year.

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  1. DeAndre Hopkins, Arizona Cardinals:

DHop is a popular choice over Diggs, but I’m excited about it anyway. Hopkins has been producing the best fiction receiver for years, while Diggs became the best version last season. Give me DHop all day.

  1. Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills:

Diggs was incredible in 2020, but can he maintain that greatness this season? Will the teams understand how to slow him down? However, he must get tons of targets.

  1. Calvin Ridley, Atlanta Falcons

Ridley is entering his first year in Atlanta as the best option since the Falcons recently replaced Julio Jones. This means more targets, but it can also mean more coverage. However, I did not worry about the second half as Ridley played well when Jones suffered an injury last season.

  1. DK Metcalf, Seattle Seahawks:

Not much has changed about Metcalfe. He will have the same role in the same attack as in the previous season. He is a big game threat who has the potential to score big points every week.

  1. Alain Robinson II, Chicago Bears

ARob is consistently underestimated by NFL media և fans. Last year he had great results in QB with Mitch Trubisku և Nick Falls. With Andy Dalton և Justin Fields, I’m expecting more from Robinson now.

  1. Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers

When he was not injured, Allen was dominant in 2020. As with ARob, I expect more from Allen this season as his chemistry with Justin Herbert needs to be improved. In addition, he should be better able to deal with the departure of Hunter Henry.

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  1. Terry McLaughlin, Washington football team

I’m a big McLaurin believer. Last year, Washington went through a quarter of defenders, but McLaurin still found a way to produce backwards. If Ryan Fitzpatrick can provide more stability in that position, McLaughlin’s numbers should jump.

  1. AJ Brown, Tennessee Titans

Brown never got the WR1 volume, but he still found ways to post WR1 statistics. In 2020, he was sixth in the game with one goal per game, with only 7.6 goals per game. For information, DeAndre Hopkins averaged 0.3 points more per game on about 2.4 more targets. If the volume increases, be careful.

  1. Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints

With Drew Bryce gone, the Thomas Fantastic Fund is pretty carefree. There is a legal possibility that Thaysom Hill will start from QB for New Orleans, which will be a huge blow to the masters of Thomas’s fantasy. However, if James Winston finally starts, it will be good for the mentioned owners. In the case of Thomas, it is a risk.

  1. Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings

I’m inferior to Jefferson because he’s going to have a hard time repeating what he did last season. In 2020, he was targeted 125 times. He caught 88 of those crossings with an exceptionally high level of 70.4%. He turned those 88 hunts into 1,400 reception yards at a height of 15.9 yards for each reception. If he does not get more targets, I do not expect him to be able to produce like this this year.

  1. Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys

With the return of Duck Prescott, buy Amari Cooper’s hip. He scored 9+ goals in four full Prescott games. If all goes well for cowboy crime, Cooper is a legitimate fantasy.

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  1. Julio Jones, Tennessee Titans:

We will see Jones in a new uniform for the first time this fall. Despite the presence of AJ Brown, I expect Jones to look great in every game. After Jones ուն Brown, there is a huge decline in Tennessee adoption options for the duo to thrive together.

  1. Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams

Woods has been consistent for Ramsey over the last few seasons. Matthew Stafford and I could see more of him in Los Angeles now. In fact, Stafford is probably the best player he has ever played with QB Woods.

  1. CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys:

Lamb showed the potential of a legal superstar in 2020. He is versatile and has great ability to catch. Return Duck Prescott, expect solid WR2 production from Lamb.

  1. Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

When it comes to red belt production, Evans is not comparable to any other wide receiver. However, everywhere on the field, he is not targeted enough to be close to WR1. He is very talented, but the Bucs’ attack is so heavy that he may not get tons of opportunities.

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  1. Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Like Mike Evans, Godwin is incredibly talented. Like Evans, his fantasy overload is his problem. It is simply impossible to assess his tax during the Bux attack.

  1. DJ Moore, Carolina Panthers:

Simply put, Moore needs a better defensive game. Hopefully, Sam Darnold can provide that, as Moore has the potential to be very good.

  1. Kenny Goladey, New York Giants

If you forgot, Golade is a very good host. He is a field player who will help Daniel Jones improve his game. He is the real No. 1 option in New York.

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  1. Adam Tillen, Minnesota Vikings
  1. Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks:
  1. Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams
  1. Odell Beckham Jr., Cleveland Browns
  1. Brandon Ayuk, San Francisco 49 yrs
  1. Dionta Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers
  1. Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals
  1. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers:
  1. Brandin Cooks, Houston Texas
  1. Cortland Sutton, Denver Broncos
  1. DJ Chark Jr., Jacksonville Jaguars:
  1. Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals:
  1. DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles:
  1. Robbie Anderson, Carolina Panthers
  1. Chase Claypool, Pittsburgh Steelers:
  1. T. Higgins, Cincinnati Bengals
  1. Dibo Samuel, San Francisco 49 yrs
  1. Will Fuller V, Miami Dolphins:
  1. Jerry Judy, Denver Broncos
  1. Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns
  1. Corey Dice, New York Jets
  1. Darnell Moon, Chicago Bears
  1. Curtis Samuel, Washington football team
  1. Laviska Shenault Jr., Jacksonville Jaguars:
  1. Antonio Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  1. Marvin Jones Jr., Jacksonville Jaguars:
  1. DeVante Parker, Miami Dolphins:
  1. Henry Rugs III, Las Vegas Riders
  1. Jaylen Waddle, Miami Dolphins:
  1. Marquise Brown, Baltimore Ravens:

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