Week 2 Rankings – WR
1. Calvin Johnson (ARI) – 28 points in week one. Need I say more?
2. Dez Bryant (@TEN) – After getting somewhat banged up last week, Bryant will come back strong against Tennessee.
3. Demaryius Thomas (KC) – The Chiefs defense is nowhere near the level that they were last year.
4. A.J. Green (ATL) – The Saints put up 34 points on the Falcons. The Bengals will come close.
5. Julio Jones (@CIN) – Atlanta needs to put up a lot of points in order to win, and Jones is the best playmaker on the entire team.
6. Jordy Nelson (NYJ) – The Jets don’t have a corner that can cover Nelson consistently.
7. Emmanuel Sanders (KC) – Love the Broncos offense this week. Expect big numbers from all skill position starters.
8. Randall Cobb (NYJ) – Also the beneficiary of a weak New York secondary.
9. Brandon Marshall (@SF) – He’s questionable for the game, monitor this situation closely.
10. Alshon Jeffery (@SF) – Ditto.
11. Cordarrelle Patterson (NE) – Mike Wallace was able to have a big day against the Patriots so expect Patterson to look to emulate that.
12. Andre Johnson (@OAK) – Great matchup. If only the QB throwing him the ball was decent.
13. Percy Harvin (@SD) – Looked awesome on opening night. Ride this guy as long as he can stay healthy.
14. Vincent Jackson (STL) – Very poor showing in week one, but the Bucs should bounce back nicely against a pretty awful Rams team.
15. Mike Wallace (@BUF) – Seems to be the go-to guy in this Miami offense.
16. Michael Floyd (@NYG) – Did you see what Calvin Johnson did to this Giants’ secondary last week?
17. Jeremy Maclin (IND) – He may not get lucky with a busted coverage this week, but Foles looks his way early and often.
18. Reggie Wayne (@PHI) – Even coming off of a torn ACL, Wayne is clearly Andrew Luck’s favorite target.
19. Roddy White (@CIN) – Too bad he has AP on his fantasy team.
20. Pierre Garcon (JAC) – If Washington doesn’t throw downfield, then Garcon is obviously less effective.
21. DeSean Jackson (JAC) – Ditto x 2.
22. Julian Edelman (@MIN) – Once again the Pats’ leading receiver despite not catching a single pass in the second half.
23. Victor Cruz (ARI) – The Cardinals pass defense could make this another tough outing for Cruz.
24. Kelvin Benjamin (DET) – Basically the only reliable receiver on the Panthers’ roster.
25. Marques Colston (@CLE) – I have a feeling he finds the endzone this week.
26-30 – Larry Fitzgerald, Eric Decker, Brandin Cooks, DeAndre Hopkins, T.Y. Hilton
31-35 – Kendall Wright, Keenan Allen, Michael Crabtree, Justin Hunter, Terrance Williams
36-40 – Golden Tate, Donnie Avery, Dwayne Bowe, Brian Quick, Greg Jennings