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2020 Fantasy Football Rankings: Wide receivers for Week 15

Ranking the top 48 receivers for Week 15 fantasy football.

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Here are my Week 15 wide receiver fantasy football rankings. There are plenty of great matchups this week to take advantage of in your fantasy leagues.

I said in my roasts & ghosts article this week it would be hard for me not to rank Brandon Aiyuk as a WR1 and actually, it was a lot easier than I expected to rank him this high. He’s been so reliable recently and the Cowboys have been so bad all year long I just have to think we’re in for another 15/10-90-1 stat line for the rookie receiver.

I’m punishing the Vikings pass catchers ever so slightly this week for their dud against the Buccaneers and for their tough matchup against the Bears. That being said, last time they played the Bears this season, Adam Thielen scored two touchdowns and Justin Jefferson went off for 130 yards or so. You’re not getting away from these guys in the most important games of the year.

Welp, he’s done it. T.Y. Hilton has been showing me something for the last three weeks and by jingo, it’s about time I start giving him the love he deserves. Of course now he’s going to absolutely disappear and Michael Pittman Jr. will rule supreme but hey, I’m putting my faith in Hilton to keep going off against a bad Texans defense.

I feeeeeeel like this could be an Antonio Brown breakout game but I’m just not totally sold. The targets have been evenly shared across the Bucs pass catchers which does seem to put a cap on everyone, but the Falcons are bad enough were all three receivers (Brown, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin) could post solid fantasy outings. We shall see.

With Marquise Brown AND Miles Boykin on COVID-19, I’m giving Willie Snead a big ol’ bump for that. We’ve seen Snead be productive before this season and against the Jaguars, I wouldn’t be shocked if he managed to come down with a touchdown.

Week 15 WR rankings (.5PPR)

Rank Player Team Opp
Rank Player Team Opp
1 Davante Adams GB vs CAR
2 Tyreek Hill KC @ NO
3 DeAndre Hopkins ARI vs PHI
4 A.J. Brown TEN vs DET
5 Allen Robinson II CHI @ MIN
6 DK Metcalf SEA @ WAS
7 Stefon Diggs BUF @ DEN
8 Calvin Ridley ATL vs TB
9 Robert Woods LAR vs NYJ
10 Brandon Aiyuk SF @ DAL
11 Justin Jefferson MIN vs CHI
12 Adam Thielen MIN vs CHI
13 Cooper Kupp LAR vs NYJ
14 T.Y. Hilton IND vs HOU
15 Terry McLaurin WAS vs SEA
16 Mike Evans TB @ ATL
17 Corey Davis TEN vs DET
18 Chris Godwin TB @ ATL
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT @ CIN
20 Amari Cooper DAL vs SF
21 Tyler Lockett SEA @ WAS
22 Diontae Johnson PIT @ CIN
23 Brandin Cooks HOU @ IND
24 Keenan Allen LAC @ LV
25 Robby Anderson CAR @ GB
26 Curtis Samuel CAR @ GB
27 Cole Beasley BUF @ DEN
28 Chase Claypool PIT @ CIN
29 Marvin Jones Jr. DET @ TEN
30 Nelson Agholor LV vs LAC
31 Keke Coutee HOU @ IND
32 Tim Patrick DEN vs BUF
33 Michael Pittman Jr. IND vs HOU
34 Jarvis Landry CLE @ NYG
35 Russell Gage ATL vs TB
36 Emmanuel Sanders NO vs KC
37 Antonio Brown TB @ ATL
38 Tee Higgins CIN vs PIT
39 Jerry Jeudy DEN vs BUF
40 D.J. Chark Jr. JAC @ BAL
41 Tyler Boyd CIN vs PIT
42 CeeDee Lamb DAL vs SF
43 Rashard Higgins CLE @ NYG
44 Chad Hansen HOU @ IND
45 Darius Slayton NYG vs CLE
46 Gabriel Davis BUF @ DEN
47 Willie Snead IV BAL vs JAC
48 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB vs CAR