Fantasy Football 2017 Dynasty Rankings: : WR
Printer Friendly

2016 Dynasty Football Rankings

Updated Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Our Dynasty rankings are predicated on a five year window. To project six seasons long term is unrealistic and not feasible considering the flux of free agency and the injury impact of the NFL. Along with different Dynasty league formatting. we factor individual talent, supporting cast, system, injury history/character concerns, and perceived value in the eyes of Dynasty players.

51. Josh Gordon, WR, CLE - Age 25

You're either buying in or you're not. I can't blame you either way.

52. Chris Hogan, WR, NE - Age 28

Tom Brady's new best friend. Looked very good at times filling in for Sammy Watkins.

53. Leonte Carroo, WR, MIA (R) - Age 23

Stuck between a rock and a hard place on the depth chart. Underrated receiver and athlete.
Nine TDs inflated Fantasy value in 2015. A solid flex but not quite a guy you want to be counting on week in and week out.

55. Braxton Miller, WR, HOU (R) - Age 24

Just seems to have a little magic in his game when he has the ball in his hands. Must grow into the position.
Bounced back in a major way thanks to a healthy Carson Palmer. No reason to expect a drop off if they both stay on the field..
Talent may not be an issue long term but where are the targets going to come from with mouths to feed ahead of him on the depth chart?
An aging boom-or-bust receiver reliant on speed is not a good weekly play.
Third-best target behind Delanie Walker and hot commodity Dorial Green-Beckham. Excellent PPR numbers in 2013 seem like a distant dream.

60. Pharoh Cooper, WR, LAR (R) - Age 21

Every receiver for the Rams will get their turn to shine. Cooper needs to make the most of it early.
Coates will earn an opportunity thanks to Bryant's suspension. However, you have to be able to catch to play WR.
Can stretch the defenses and provide a good complement to Keenan Allen's superior route-running.
Legit slot option if the depth chart breaks in his favor.
Worth a late look with Martavis Bryant in hot water. Plus there's so much offense to go around in Pittsburgh.

65. Mohamed Sanu, WR, ATL - Age 27

Average talent in a favorable situation. Look for Justin Hardy to push him for playing time.

66. Davante Adams, WR, GB - Age 24

Green Bay gave him his shot and he underwhelmed. Will probably be given the Jarrett Boykin treatment.

67. Chris Conley, WR, KC - Age 24

A deep threat with Alex Smith at QB. Gee, I wonder how this will turn out.
A deep sleeper for some since San Francisco has nothing at the position. But who's the QB? Where's the consistency?

69. Kamar Aiken, WR, BAL - Age 27

Not the young pup many assume him to be. Will be 27 in 2016. Modest production when Baltimore had zero other options.

70. Torrey Smith, WR, SF - Age 28

Kaepernick can use him if the 49ers take shots down the field. Value couldn't be much lower.

71. Jeff Janis, WR, GB - Age 25

Size-speed-strength candidate. Still needs a lot of polish.
The Bucs don't really have a weapon that will push Jackson for playing time.

73. Malcolm Mitchell, WR, NE (R) - Age 23

Even the small possibility of becoming Tom Brady's No. 1 WR has some appeal to it.

74. Chris Moore, WR, BAL (R) - Age 23

The Ravens are seeing what sticks at WR whether it's Moore, Perriman, Campanaro, Waller or someone else.
Could be in a worse depth chart situation on the Eagles. He says he expects to start.