Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 19 WRs
 
 
 
 
 
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 19

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Dallas vs. Green Bay (allows 44.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Dez Bryant, WR2 Cole Beasley, WR3 Terrance Williams, WR4 Brice Butler, WR5 Lucky Whitehead
  2. Green Bay at Dallas (allows 40.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jordy Nelson, WR2 Davante Adams, WR3 Randall Cobb, WR4 Ty Montgomery, WR5 Geronimo Allison
  3. Pittsburgh at Kansas City (allows 38.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Antonio Brown, WR2 Eli Rogers, WR3 Martavis Bryant (Sus), WR4 Markus Wheaton (IR), WR5 Cobi Hamilton
  4. Seattle at Atlanta (allows 38.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Doug Baldwin, WR2 Tyler Lockett (IR), WR3 Jermaine Kearse, WR4 Paul Richardson, WR5 Tanner McEvoy
  5. Atlanta vs. Seattle (allows 35.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Julio Jones, WR2 Taylor Gabriel, WR3 Mohamed Sanu, WR4 Justin Hardy, WR5 Aldrick Robinson
  6. Kansas City vs. Pittsburgh (allows 34.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jeremy Maclin, WR2 Tyreek Hill, WR3 Chris Conley, WR4 Albert Wilson, WR5 De'Anthony Thomas
  7. Houston at New England (allows 32.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 DeAndre Hopkins, WR2 Will Fuller, WR3 Braxton Miller (IR), WR4 Jaelen Strong (IR), WR5 Keith Mumphery
  8. New England vs. Houston (allows 32.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Julian Edelman, WR2 Chris Hogan, WR3 Malcolm Mitchell, WR4 Danny Amendola, WR5 Michael Floyd (Out)

Toughest Matchups

  1. New England vs. Houston (allows 32.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Julian Edelman, WR2 Chris Hogan, WR3 Malcolm Mitchell, WR4 Danny Amendola, WR5 Michael Floyd (Out)
  2. Houston at New England (allows 32.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 DeAndre Hopkins, WR2 Will Fuller, WR3 Braxton Miller (IR), WR4 Jaelen Strong (IR), WR5 Keith Mumphery
  3. Kansas City vs. Pittsburgh (allows 34.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jeremy Maclin, WR2 Tyreek Hill, WR3 Chris Conley, WR4 Albert Wilson, WR5 De'Anthony Thomas
  4. Atlanta vs. Seattle (allows 35.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Julio Jones, WR2 Taylor Gabriel, WR3 Mohamed Sanu, WR4 Justin Hardy, WR5 Aldrick Robinson
  5. Pittsburgh at Kansas City (allows 38.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Antonio Brown, WR2 Eli Rogers, WR3 Martavis Bryant (Sus), WR4 Markus Wheaton (IR), WR5 Cobi Hamilton
  6. Seattle at Atlanta (allows 38.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Doug Baldwin, WR2 Tyler Lockett (IR), WR3 Jermaine Kearse, WR4 Paul Richardson, WR5 Tanner McEvoy
  7. Green Bay at Dallas (allows 40.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Jordy Nelson, WR2 Davante Adams, WR3 Randall Cobb, WR4 Ty Montgomery, WR5 Geronimo Allison
  8. Dallas vs. Green Bay (allows 44.0 points per game to WRs)
    WR1 Dez Bryant, WR2 Cole Beasley, WR3 Terrance Williams, WR4 Brice Butler, WR5 Lucky Whitehead