2013 Keeper League Rankings
1. Calvin Johnson, WR, DET - Age 28
Megatron racked up mega yards last season. Until Lions shore up other WR slot, why don't defenses simply triple-team CJ? Seriously, why not?
2. A.J. Green, WR, CIN - Age 26
3. Brandon Marshall, WR, CHI - Age 30
As some projected, the Culter-to-Marshall chemistry remained palpable As long as Marshall avoids unwanted offseason drama, no reason they can't do it again.
4. Dez Bryant, WR, DAL - Age 25
Monster second half should end all on-field concerns, assuming Bryant keeps nose clean so he can play on the field.
5. Julio Jones, WR, ATL - Age 25
6. Demaryius Thomas, WR, DEN - Age 26
7. Victor Cruz, WR, NYG - Age 27
8. Michael Crabtree, WR, SF - Age 26
Already improved his stock with a strong regular season, but took it up a notch during the postseason. Combo with Kaepernick, scary stuff.
9. Roddy White, WR, ATL - Age 32
10. Andre Johnson, WR, HOU - Age 33
Thumbs up: racked up personal best 1,598 receiving yards and played a full season for first time since 2009. Thumbs down: Only six TD combined over last two seasons.
11. Percy Harvin, WR, SEA - Age 26
Consider this slot a happy medium; Harvin gets bumped up in PPR, down a few in standard.
12. Randall Cobb, WR, GB - Age 24
If Greg Jennings leaves in free agency, Cobb emerges as Packers best WR option and arguably moves into Top 10 territory.
13. Vincent Jackson, WR, TB - Age 31
Avoided his usual weekly ups and downs, producing a career-best campaign in the process. Attractive division matchups offset Josh Freeman concerns.
14. Eric Decker, WR, NYJ - Age 27
15. Greg Jennings, WR, MIN - Age 30
If the Old Spice pitch man somehow sticks in Green Bay, he moves up the list. If not, ranking at mercy of his new QB.
16. Reggie Wayne, WR, IND - Age 35
Most expect Welker to hit free agency. Hard imagining his value remains as high anywhere besides New England
17. Wes Welker, WR, DEN - Age 33
18. Jordy Nelson, WR, GB - Age 29
19. Hakeem Nicks, WR, IND - Age 26
Considering the depth at this spot, no reason to risk selecting the game-breaking, but injury prone talent early in drafts.
20. Larry Fitzgerald, WR, ARI - Age 30
Top-5 talent, but situation pending until Cards resolve QB dilemma
21. Torrey Smith, WR, BAL - Age 25
22. Marques Colston, WR, NO - Age 31
23. Mike Wallace, WR, MIA - Age 28
24. Steve Smith, WR, BAL - Age 35
25. Pierre Garcon, WR, WAS - Age 28
On the one hand, Garcon shined when healthy. On the other hand, RG3's injury clouds Washington's entire offense. Garcon did connect also produce with Kirk Cousins at QB