Fantasy Football 2016: Highlighting Top Team Names and WR Rankings

August 22, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Wide receiver might stand as the most difficult position to draft in fantasy football these days.
Quarterbacks aren't hard to project so long as owners take them in later rounds. A platoon of signal-callers gives owners plenty of options. It's the same for running backs, minus the late-drafting part, as the old adage about opportunities equaling production continues to stand.
Wideouts? It's trickier because one has to take into account an incredible number of factors ranging from scheme, quarterback, running game, health, schedule and so on.
Below, let's take a look at receiver rankings for standard leagues based on history and projections.
WR Rankings
Antonio Brown is where the money is at wideout this year.
It's not exactly a surprise, but there's a need to stress that owners shouldn't get cute in the first round. The Pittsburgh Steelers fed Brown a ridiculous 195 targets last year. He caught 136 and went for 1,834 yards and 1...

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