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Week 10 Rest of Season Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings: T.Y. Hilton & Donte Moncrief Sink on Luck Injury

Up to date rankings of NFL WRs for the remainder of the 2015 fantasy football season before Week 10.

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Nothing makes the NFL more fun than fantasy football and few things make fantasy sports more fun than rankings, rankings, and more rankings. WRs are ranked in this post with the ESPN and Yahoo! standard fractional scoring.

Rank Player Team Last Week
1 DeAndre Hopkins Texans 1
2 Julio Jones Falcons 2
3 Odell Beckham Jr. Giants 3
4 Antonio Brown* Steelers 4
5 Brandon Marshall Jets 6
6 Allen Robinson Jaguars 12
7 Alshon Jeffery Bears 11
8 A.J. Green Bengals 5
9 Amari Cooper Raiders 9
10 Julian Edelman* Patriots 10
11 Calvin Johnson Lions 7
12 Larry Fitzgerald Cardinals 8
13 Demaryius Thomas Broncos 13
14 Randall Cobb* Packers 13
15 Dez Bryant* Cowboys 16
16 Mike Evans Buccaneers 17
17 Allen Hurns Jaguars 29
18 Emmanuel Sanders* Broncos 19
19 Stefon Diggs* Vikings 15
20 Brandon LaFell Patriots 27
21 Jarvis Landry* Dolphins 32
22 Davante Adams* Packers 25
23 John Brown Cardinals 28
24 Martavis Bryant Steelers 18
25 Michael Floyd Cardinals 24
26 Michael Crabtree Raiders 35
27 Jordan Matthews* Eagles 36
28 Nate Washington Texans 38
29 Eric Decker Jets 31
30 Rishard Matthews Dolphins 23
31 Brandin Cooks* Saints 33
32 T.Y. Hilton* Colts 20
33 James Jones Packers 22
34 Dorial Green-Beckham Titans 60
35 Kamar Aiken Ravens 30
36 Travis Benjamin Browns 26
37 Jeremy Maclin* Chiefs 34
38 Marvin Jones Bengals 40
39 Willie Snead* Saints 37
40 Tavon Austin Rams 45
41 Steve Johnson* Chargers 44
42 Kendall Wright* Titans 41
43 Sammy Watkins Bills 43
44 Golden Tate Lions 46
45 Donte Moncrief Colts 39
46 Pierre Garcon* Washington 52
47 Ted Ginn Panthers 48
48 Vincent Jackson Buccaneers 42
49 Rueben Randle* Giants 53
50 Mike Wallace* Vikings 49
51 Devin Funchess Panthers 67
52 DeSean Jackson Washington 57
53 Chris Givens Ravens 50
54 Bryan Walters* Jaguars ---
55 Marquess Wilson Bears 47
56 Dontrelle Inman* Chargers ---
57 Jermaine Kearse Seahawks 73
58 Jamison Crowder Washington ---
59 Danny Amendola Patriots ---
60 Marques Colston* Saints ---
61 Lance Moore* Lions 65
62 Victor Cruz Giants 54
63 Dwayne Harris Giants 51
64 Terrance Williams Cowboys 63
65 Anquan Boldin* 49ers 55
66 Leonard Hankerson Falcons 56
67 Tyler Lockett Seahawks 58
68 Riley Cooper Eagles 61
69 Doug Baldwin* Seahawks ---
70 Justin Hunter Titans 72
71 Breshad Perriman Ravens 75
72 Mohamed Sanu Bengals ---
73 Torrey Smith 49ers 62
74 Andre Johnson Colts 64
75 Eddie Royal* Bears 66
* - notable players with increased PPR value

Notes:

  • There is a special bump for the receiver who have had their byes, as they have eight games remaining in their regular seasons against everyone else's seven.

  • As we go down the rankings, there is an increase in the weight of strength of schedule. And the better matchups sooner than later because there is sell-high value to come. These are not weekly rankings, but the idea of these rankings is to measure whom we should be owning now over whom. For example, an WR3 with a bad schedule until Week 12 is useless to our rosters compared a below average WR4 with two or three nice matchups in the coming weeks.

  • I have zero interest in WRs who don't get the ball enough to elevate above replacement level. I don't care how good they are IRL. Players who are not getting snaps but have upside greater than the Anquan Boldins of the NFL are more worthy of roster spots. If a guy will never enter our lineups, the bench spots are better utilized by stashing players with upside--especially at the WR position where boom potential is greatest.

  • DeAndre Hopkins is WR1, simply because there is no WR we can trust to get the ball often more than him. Brian Hoyer looks for him every play, the Texans defense is not allowing them to abandon the pass, and Hopkins is running perfect routes. This is the 2015 version of what Hoyer did for Josh Gordon in 2013.

  • Do your research and use rankings cautiously, as they are always a work-in-progress. Rankings are a bad tools to tell us what to do. They are conversation starters, tier setters, value mirrors, and a combination of the scientific explanations of what has happened with the art of predicting what will happen. Feel free to supply contrary evidence to me on Twitter at @AlexSontySBN or in the comments. They will help me help you.