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    Fantasy Football Rankings 2024: Top Options at WR Include Tyreek Hill, CeeDee Lamb, and Ja’Marr Chase

    Here are our fantasy WR rankings for 2024. Where do guys like Justin Jefferson, Garrett Wilson, and Drake London fall?

    It’s essential to enter your fantasy football drafts with a good set of rankings. There’s obviously more to drafting than just rankings, but you need that valuable baseline to help guide you throughout your draft. Here are our fantasy WR rankings, including a couple of highlighted players worth further discussion.

    Ranking the Top Fantasy Wide Receivers


    1) CeeDee Lamb | Dallas Cowboys
    2) Tyreek Hill | Miami Dolphins
    3) Ja’Marr Chase | Cincinnati Bengals
    4) Justin Jefferson | Minnesota Vikings
    5) Amon-Ra St. Brown | Detroit Lions
    6) Puka Nacua | Los Angeles Rams
    7) A.J. Brown | Philadelphia Eagles
    8) Garrett Wilson | New York Jets
    9) Marvin Harrison Jr. | Arizona Cardinals
    10) Drake London | Atlanta Falcons
    11) Chris Olave | New Orleans Saints
    12) Jaylen Waddle | Miami Dolphins
    13) Brandon Aiyuk | San Francisco 49ers
    14) Mike Evans | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    15) Nico Collins | Houston Texans
    16) Davante Adams | Las Vegas Raiders
    17) DJ Moore | Chicago Bears
    18) Deebo Samuel Sr. | San Francisco 49ers
    19) Michael Pittman Jr. | Indianapolis Colts
    20) Tank Dell | Houston Texans

    21) DeVonta Smith | Philadelphia Eagles
    22) Amari Cooper | Cleveland Browns
    23) Malik Nabers | New York Giants
    24) DK Metcalf | Seattle Seahawks
    25) Tee Higgins | Cincinnati Bengals
    26) Keenan Allen | Chicago Bears
    27) Christian Kirk | Jacksonville Jaguars
    28) Zay Flowers | Baltimore Ravens
    29) Cooper Kupp | Los Angeles Rams
    30) Terry McLaurin | Washington Commanders
    31) Diontae Johnson | Carolina Panthers
    32) DeAndre Hopkins | Tennessee Titans
    33) Stefon Diggs | Houston Texans
    34) Brian Thomas Jr. | Jacksonville Jaguars
    35) Chris Godwin | Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    36) Calvin Ridley | Tennessee Titans
    37) George Pickens | Pittsburgh Steelers
    38) Ladd McConkey | Los Angeles Chargers
    39) Rashee Rice | Kansas City Chiefs
    40) Xavier Worthy | Kansas City Chiefs

    41) Rome Odunze | Chicago Bears
    42) Jordan Addison | Minnesota Vikings
    43) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | Seattle Seahawks
    44) Jayden Reed | Green Bay Packers
    45) Keon Coleman | Buffalo Bills
    46) Courtland Sutton | Denver Broncos
    47) Curtis Samuel | Buffalo Bills
    48) Tyler Lockett | Seattle Seahawks
    49) Jakobi Meyers | Las Vegas Raiders
    50) Mike Williams | New York Jets
    51) Joshua Palmer | Los Angeles Chargers
    52) Josh Downs | Indianapolis Colts
    53) Rashid Shaheed | New Orleans Saints
    54) Ricky Pearsall | San Francisco 49ers
    55) Christian Watson | Green Bay Packers
    56) Romeo Doubs | Green Bay Packers
    57) Gabe Davis | Jacksonville Jaguars
    58) Jerry Jeudy | Cleveland Browns
    59) Brandin Cooks | Dallas Cowboys
    60) Jameson Williams | Detroit Lions

    61) Jermaine Burton | Cincinnati Bengals
    62) Khalil Shakir | Buffalo Bills
    63) Dontayvion Wicks | Green Bay Packers
    64) DeMario Douglas | New England Patriots
    65) Adonai Mitchell | Indianapolis Colts
    66) Xavier Legette | Carolina Panthers
    67) Greg Dortch | Arizona Cardinals
    68) Ja’Lynn Polk | New England Patriots
    69) Adam Thielen | Carolina Panthers
    70) Jahan Dotson | Washington Commanders
    71) Marvin Mims Jr. | Denver Broncos
    72) Roman Wilson | Pittsburgh Steelers
    73) Odell Beckham Jr. | Miami Dolphins
    74) Luke McCaffrey | Washington Commanders
    75) Javon Baker | New England Patriots
    76) Troy Franklin | Denver Broncos
    77) Rondale Moore | Atlanta Falcons
    78) Quentin Johnston | Los Angeles Chargers
    79) Malachi Corley | New York Jets
    80) Wan’Dale Robinson | New York Giants

    Who Are the Best Wide Receivers To Draft in Fantasy?

    Justin Jefferson

    Heading into last season’s drafts, Justin Jefferson was the consensus overall WR1. A candidate for the best wide receiver in football, the talent is undeniable. Nothing about Jefferson’s ability has changed since last season. He possesses overall WR1 upside.

    The issue is his offense.

    Jefferson enjoyed playing the first 3.5 years of his career with Kirk Cousins. While he was able to perform reasonably well with the likes of Joshua Dobbs, Nick Mullens, and Jaren Hall, it’s unrealistic to project him for the same level of production with lesser QB play.

    The combination of Sam Darnold and J.J. McCarthy should be better than what he had last year, but neither is getting close to Cousins’ levels. McCarthy could get there eventually, but it’s not happening in his rookie year.

    MORE: 6 Breakout Players to Target in Fantasy Football in 2024

    Nevertheless, Jefferson remains an elite talent. He’s not going to just be a bad fantasy asset. The question is, how good?

    There’s a very real chance we’re getting value on Jefferson anywhere outside the top three at the position. There’s also a chance he suffers a similar fate to 2023 Davante Adams and is only a high WR2.

    Jefferson isn’t going to bust, but whether he’s a league-winning player is something we won’t be able to know, making him a difficult puzzle to figure out ahead of 2024 fantasy drafts.

    Puka Nacua

    When players come out of nowhere, there can be a reluctance among fantasy managers to accept them as elite. Puka Nacua was a fifth-round pick who posted the greatest rookie WR season of all time. Now, he will cost a first-round pick to acquire him in fantasy drafts.

    Is he worth it? The answer is a resounding yes.

    Although Nacua wasn’t expected to be this good, that doesn’t mean we should be concerned he’s some sort of fraud. He was able to command a 28.7% target share and targeted on 29.1% of his routes run. Nacua’s 2.72 yards per route run was sixth in the league. Wide receivers don’t do this if they aren’t good.

    Matthew Stafford is the kingmaker. By all accounts, he’s healthy once again and poised for another season peppering his WR1. That is no longer Cooper Kupp, it’s Nacua. Do not hesitate to draft him in the second half of the first round of 2024 fantasy drafts.

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