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Week 10 Wide Receiver Rankings - PPR Leagues

Playoffs are coming soon and Nick gives you his wide receiver rankings so you can make a push for the post season.

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The big bye weeks are finally over and calm seas lay ahead. You have survived, you may have went 0-2 during these weeks, but you survived.

BYE WEEK: Buffalo, Detroit, Indianapolis, Oakland

Rank Player Team Opponent
1 Antonio Brown PIT DAL
2 Julio Jones ATL @PHI
3 Mike Evans TB CHI
4 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG CIN
5 A.J. Green CIN @NYG
6 Larry Fitzgerald ARI SF
7 Jordy Nelson GB @TEN
8 Alshon Jeffery CHI @TB
9 Dez Bryant DAL @PIT
10 Demaryius Thomas DEN @NO
11 DeAndre Hopkins HOU @JAC
12 Jarvis Landry MIA @SD
13 Julian Edelman NE SEA
14 Emmanuel Sanders DEN @NO
15 Kelvin Benjamin CAR KC
16 Brandon Marshall NYJ LA
17 Brandin Cooks NO DEN
18 Jordan Matthews PHI ATL
19 Michael Thomas NO DEN
20 Stefon Diggs MIN @WAS
21 Doug Baldwin SEA @NE
22 Terrelle Pryor CLE @BAL
23 Davante Adams GB @TEN
24 Randall Cobb GB @TEN
25 Allen Robinson JAC HOU
26 Mike Wallace BAL CLE
27 Jamison Crowder WAS MIN
28 Tyrell Williams SD MIA
29 Ty Montgomery GB @TEN
30 Steve Smith BAL CLE
31 Willie Snead NO DEN
32 Rishard Matthews TEN GB
33 Kenny Britt LA @NYJ
34 Corey Coleman CLE @BAL
35 Sterling Shepard NYG CIN
36 Cameron Meredith CHI @TB
37 Quincy Enunwa NYJ LA
38 John Brown ARI SF
39 Will Fuller HOU @JAC
40 Cole Beasley DAL @PIT
41 J.J. Nelson ARI SF
42 DeSean Jackson WAS MIN
43 Mohamed Sanu ATL @PHI
44 Jeremy Maclin KC @CAR
45 Allen Hurns JAC HOU
46 Dontrelle Inman SD MIA
47 Adam Humphries TB CHI
48 Tavon Austin LA @NYJ
49 Chris Hogan NE SEA
50 Pierre Garcon WAS MIN

Jeremy Maclin - I'm a numbers guy when it comes to analyzing players, so let me give you some numbers on Maclin that show why he is in my bottom-ten. Last year Maclin had a target share of 23.2%, this year his target share is 19.9% (per ESPN Fantasy). Of those targets last year Maclin caught 70% of them, but this year he only has caught 53.6% of his already dwindling share in the offense. Even though he is very talented and facing a weak Carolina defense, he just isn't getting the looks he needs to be relevant. The only KC receiver I trust is Travis Kelce. Pass on Maclin.

Adam Humphries - Here is a sleeper this week. He has seen 11 targets over the past two weeks and he has solid hands catching eight of them. Mike Evans torn it up this year but when he gets a lot of attention, Humphries is the next guy Winston looks for. The slot won't get Humphries and incredible amount of yards, but he will get a lot of looks in this game against probably the worst pass defense in the league, the Bears. I like Humphries as a sneaky flex play that can have a good day.

Mike Wallace - He has been incredible this year for fantasy owners this season, especially last week with his 95-yard TD catch against Pittsburgh, his second 95-yard catch since 2011 when he played for Pittsburgh. He has shown he is a big play threat on Baltimore. This season he has four catches over 40+ yards and this season the Browns have been giving up big chunks of yardage to wide outs, averaging just over 15 yards per catch to WRs. Start Wallace, he's primed for a big night tonight.