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    Dynasty Rankings 2024: Top Fantasy Options at WR Include Ja’Marr Chase, Marvin Harrison Jr., and CeeDee Lamb

    What are our wide receiver dynasty rankings looking like ahead of the 2024 season, who are the top options, and where do the best rookies sit?

    The wide receiver position is arguably the most stable of the non-QB positions in dynasty leagues. That’s great if you’re already in a league and have one or two of the top 15 options, but if you’re in a startup draft, it applies a lot of pressure.

    Should you grab one of the top options and ensure that stability for the next few years, or does the relative safety of the second, third, and fourth tiers allow you to draft other positions first and then come back to your WR in subsequent rounds?

    That’s why having a firm grip on your wide receiver dynasty rankings is crucial to knowing where your tiers fall and which groups of players to prioritize.

    To help you with these decisions, our fantasy football experts rank all the fantasy-relevant players at the position, which we then compile into consensus rankings to aid you in your decision-making process. These rankings also drive our completely free Fantasy Football Trade Analyzer, which helps you continue making decisions throughout the year.

    Top Dynasty Wide Receivers Rankings

    The below rankings are intended as a guide for PPR formats. They do not take into account individual league rules and setups. These rankings are a consensus of fantasy analysts Kyle Soppe, Jason Katz, and Derek Tate.

    1) Ja’Marr Chase | Cincinnati Bengals
    2) Justin Jefferson | Minnesota Vikings
    3) CeeDee Lamb | Dallas Cowboys
    4) Amon-Ra St. Brown | Detroit Lions
    5) Marvin Harrison Jr. | Arizona Cardinals
    6) Tyreek Hill | Miami Dolphins
    7) Garrett Wilson | New York Jets
    8) A.J. Brown | Philadelphia Eagles
    9) Puka Nacua | Los Angeles Rams
    10) Chris Olave | New Orleans Saints
    11) Jaylen Waddle | Miami Dolphins
    12) Drake London | Atlanta Falcons
    13) Michael Pittman Jr. | Indianapolis Colts
    14) Malik Nabers | New York Giants
    15) Rome Odunze | Chicago Bears
    16) DJ Moore | Chicago Bears
    17) Rashee Rice | Kansas City Chiefs
    18) DeVonta Smith | Philadelphia Eagles
    19) Brandon Aiyuk | San Francisco 49ers
    20) Nico Collins | Houston Texans

    21) Tee Higgins | Cincinnati Bengals
    22) DK Metcalf | Seattle Seahawks
    23) Tank Dell | Houston Texans
    24) Zay Flowers | Baltimore Ravens
    25) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | Seattle Seahawks
    26) Deebo Samuel Sr. | San Francisco 49ers
    27) Jayden Reed | Green Bay Packers
    28) Brian Thomas Jr. | Jacksonville Jaguars
    29) George Pickens | Pittsburgh Steelers
    30) Xavier Worthy | Kansas City Chiefs
    31) Amari Cooper | Cleveland Browns
    32) Jordan Addison | Minnesota Vikings
    33) Davante Adams | Las Vegas Raiders
    34) Terry McLaurin | Washington Commanders
    35) Ladd McConkey | Los Angeles Chargers
    36) Mike Evans | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    37) Cooper Kupp, WR | Los Angeles Rams
    38) Ricky Pearsall | San Francisco 49ers
    39) Keenan Allen | Chicago Bears
    40) Stefon Diggs | Houston Texans

    41) Malachi Corley | New York Jets
    42) Calvin Ridley | Tennessee Titans
    43) Christian Kirk | Jacksonville Jaguars
    44) Chris Godwin | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    45) Xavier Legette | Carolina Panthers
    46) Diontae Johnson | Carolina Panthers
    47) Keon Coleman | Buffalo Bills
    48) Ja’Lynn Polk | New England Patriots
    49) Josh Downs | Indianapolis Colts
    50) Hollywood Brown | Kansas City Chiefs
    51) Courtland Sutton | Denver Broncos
    52) Malik Washington | Miami Dolphins
    53) Adonai Mitchell | Indianapolis Colts
    54) Mike Williams | New York Jets
    55) Troy Franklin | Denver Broncos
    56) DeAndre Hopkins | Tennessee Titans
    57) Michael Wilson | Arizona Cardinals
    58) Devontez Walker | Baltimore Ravens
    59) Jameson Williams | Detroit Lions
    60) Jakobi Meyers | Las Vegas Raiders

    61) DeMario Douglas | New England Patriots
    62) Dontayvion Wicks | Green Bay Packers
    63) Khalil Shakir | Buffalo Bills
    64) Luke McCaffrey | Washington Commanders
    65) Jahan Dotson | Washington Commanders
    66) Jerry Jeudy | Cleveland Browns
    67) Romeo Doubs | Green Bay Packers
    68) Christian Watson | Green Bay Packers
    69) Roman Wilson | Pittsburgh Steelers
    70) Javon Baker | New England Patriots
    71) Tyler Lockett | Seattle Seahawks
    72) Jermaine Burton | Cincinnati Bengals
    73) Jalen McMillan | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    74) Gabe Davis | Jacksonville Jaguars
    75) Wan’Dale Robinson | New York Giants
    76) Marvin Mims Jr. | Denver Broncos
    77) Joshua Palmer | Los Angeles Chargers
    78) Rashid Shaheed | New Orleans Saints
    79) Elijah Moore | Cleveland Browns
    80) Jalin Hyatt | New York Giants

    81) Treylon Burks | Tennessee Titans
    82) Brandin Cooks | Dallas Cowboys
    83) Zay Jones | Arizona Cardinals
    84) Quentin Johnston | Los Angeles Chargers
    85) Brenden Rice | San Francisco 49ers
    86) Rashod Bateman | Baltimore Ravens
    87) Jonathan Mingo | Carolina Panthers
    88) Jacob Cowing | San Francisco 49ers
    89) Trey Palmer | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    90) Michael Thomas | Free Agent
    91) Curtis Samuel | Buffalo Bills
    92) Adam Thielen | Carolina Panthers
    93) Darnell Mooney | Atlanta Falcons
    94) Tutu Atwell | Los Angeles Rams
    95) Noah Brown | Houston Texans
    96) A.T. Perry | New Orleans Saints
    97) Rondale Moore | Atlanta Falcons
    98) Odell Beckham Jr. | Miami Dolphins
    99) Cedric Tillman | Cleveland Browns
    100) Alec Pierce | Indianapolis Colts

    Who Are the Best Wide Receivers To Draft in Dynasty?

    While the likes of Ja’Marr Chase, Justin Jefferson, and CeeDee Lamb top our list as the best wide receivers to draft in dynasty leagues, the position is extremely strong in 2024. When you have the likes of Tee Higgins, DK Metcalf, Tank Dell, and Zay Flowers outside of the top 20, it emphasizes just how rich the position is.

    Chase, Jefferson, and Lamb have proven time and again that they are fantasy stars. Of those three, potentially the most risky is Jefferson just because of the state of flux of the Minnesota Vikings QB position in 2024. With Sam Darnold and J.J. McCarthy set to be Minnesota’s QB options, there could be some tough times for Jefferson. However, his talent and ability should still make him a very valuable option in dynasty leagues.

    Chase and Lamb have also been a little bit QB-dependent when they’ve had spells without their QB1. You could say that for almost anyone on this list, though, so instead, you have to think about the upside. There aren’t many players in the game with more upside than Chase and Lamb when they have Joe Burrow and Dak Prescott, respectively, throwing the ball their way.

    Amon-Ra St. Brown, Tyreek Hill, and Garrett Wilson are all intriguing in slightly different ways. St. Brown is Mr. Consistent and a PPR stud. That’s not to say he doesn’t have the speed and explosiveness of the others, but his floor is much safer than the other two.

    In contrast, Hill has an incredible upside, but we saw him hobbled a lot in 2023. When your primary weapon is speed, injuries can be devastating.

    Wilson is the biggest projection of this group because, through two seasons, we haven’t yet seen his full potential. The hope is that with Aaron Rodgers under center, Wilson has the upside of Chase, Jefferson, and Lamb. Still, banking on a player over the age of 40 to fuel his value is dangerous. If Rodgers can stay healthy and how long he will play are questions that heavily impact Wilson’s value.

    In between all of this is rookie Marvin Harrison Jr., who comes into the NFL with a great pedigree and the hype to match. Harrison is also in an intriguing situation because he joins an Arizona Cardinals team that has lost its top two WR options from last year (Hollywood Brown and Rondale Moore). Harrison could easily be a WR1 from Day 1, putting him in line for a potential 100-target season.

    The next two rookies in our rankings are Malik Nabers and Rome Odunze, who have interesting outlooks for different reasons. Nabers enters New York as the potential WR1 and could see plenty of targets. However, with Daniel Jones still under center, the QB situation is far from stable and could limit his upside, both in 2024 and beyond.

    KEEP READING: Should You Give Up on WRs Who Disappoint as Rookies?

    In contrast, Odunze is on a Bears team that just took Caleb Williams No. 1 overall. However, he’s in an offense that also has DJ Moore, Keenan Allen, Cole Kmet, and D’Andre Swift.

    Therefore, while the QB situation is better, Odunze could be fourth or fifth on his team in targets this year. That could improve in 2025, but we may have to wait a year or two for Odunze’s numbers to start picking up.

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