PFN Consensus Fantasy Football Week 15 WR Rankings: Do You Need To Start Cooper Kupp, Brandon Aiyuk, and Rashee Rice?

As fantasy football managers look to advance to the next round of the playoffs, who sits atop the WR rankings going into a critical Week 15?

The fantasy football playoffs have officially begun and fantasy managers need to know who they can trust in their starting lineup in this must-win week!

Here are the latest PFN Consensus WR Rankings to help guide you. All rankings are in half-PPR scoring format.

Which WRs Should You Start in Fantasy Football?

Rankings last updated at 11:55am EST.

1) CeeDee Lamb | DAL (at BUF)
2) A.J. Brown | PHI (at SEA)
3) Cooper Kupp | LAR (vs. WAS)
4) Amon-Ra St. Brown | DET (vs. DEN)
5) Deebo Samuel | SF (at ARI)
6) Stefon Diggs | BUF (vs. DAL)
7) Michael Pittman Jr. | IND (vs. PIT)
8) Mike Evans | TB (at GB)
9) Puka Nacua | LAR (vs. WAS)
10) Brandon Aiyuk | SF (at ARI)
11) DK Metcalf | SEA (vs. PHI)
12) Jaylen Waddle | MIA (vs. NYJ)
13) Ja’Marr Chase | CIN (vs. MIN)
14) DJ Moore | CHI (at CLE)
15) Justin Jefferson | MIN (at CIN)
16) Davante Adams | LV (vs. LAC)
17) DeAndre Hopkins | TEN (vs. HOU)
18) DeVonta Smith | PHI (at SEA)
19) Garrett Wilson | NYJ (at MIA)
20) Courtland Sutton | DEN (at DET)
21) Rashee Rice | KC (at NE)
22) Jayden Reed | GB (vs. TB)
23) Zay Flowers | BAL (at JAX)
24) Amari Cooper | CLE (vs. CHI)
25) Calvin Ridley | JAX (vs. BAL)
26) Tyler Lockett | SEA (vs. PHI)
27) Terry McLaurin | WAS (at LAR)
28) Drake London | ATL (at CAR)
29) Adam Thielen | CAR (vs. ATL)
30) Odell Beckham Jr. | BAL (at JAX)

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31) Diontae Johnson | PIT (at IND)
32) Chris Godwin | TB (at GB)
33) Romeo Doubs | GB (vs. TB)
34) Jakobi Meyers | LV (vs. LAC)
35) Jaxon Smith-Njigba | SEA (vs. PHI)
36) Brandin Cooks | DAL (at BUF)
37) Marquise Brown | ARI (vs. SF)
38) Curtis Samuel | WAS (at LAR)
39) Rashid Shaheed | NO (vs. NYG)
40) Tee Higgins | CIN (vs. MIN)
41) Zay Jones | JAX (vs. BAL)
42) Noah Brown | HOU (at TEN)
43) Josh Downs | IND (vs. PIT)
44) Gabe Davis | BUF (vs. DAL)
45) Jordan Addison | MIN (at CIN)
46) Elijah Moore | CLE (vs. CHI)
47) Jahan Dotson | WAS (at LAR)
48) George Pickens | PIT (at IND)
49) Jerry Jeudy | DEN (at DET)
50) Demario Douglas | NE (vs. KC)

51) Wan’Dale Robinson | NYG (at NO)
52) Jonathan Mingo | CAR (vs. ATL)
53) Demarcus Robinson | LAR (vs. WAS)
54) Jalin Hyatt | NYG (at NO)
55) Tyler Boyd | CIN (vs. MIN)
56) Dontayvion Wicks | GB (vs. TB)
57) Darius Slayton | NYG (at NO)
58) JuJu Smith-Schuster | NE (vs. KC)
59) Cedrick Wilson Jr. | MIA (vs. NYJ)
60) Rashod Bateman | BAL (at JAX)
61) Alec Pierce | IND (vs. PIT)
62) Jameson Williams | DET (vs. DEN)
63) Khalil Shakir | BUF (vs. DAL)
64) Michael Wilson | ARI (vs. SF)
65) Robert Woods | HOU (at TEN)
66) Parker Washington | JAX (vs. BAL)
67) Quentin Johnston | LAC (at LV)
68) Rondale Moore | ARI (vs. SF)
69) Darnell Mooney | CHI (at CLE)
70) Trey Palmer | TB (at GB)

71) Josh Reynolds | DET (vs. DEN)
72) DJ Chark | CAR (vs. ATL)
73) Michael Gallup | DAL (at BUF)
74) A.T. Perry | NO (vs. NYG)
75) K.J. Osborn | MIN (at CIN)
76) Justin Watson | KC (at NE)
77) Marvin Mims Jr. | DEN (at DET)
78) John Metchie III | HOU (at TEN)
79) Nick Westbrook-Ikhine | TEN (vs. HOU)
80) Treylon Burks | TEN (vs. HOU)
81) Xavier Gipson | NYJ (at MIA)
82) Marquez Valdes-Scantling | KC (at NE)
83) Kadarius Toney | KC (at NE)
84) Cedric Tillman | CLE (vs. CHI)
85) Kalif Raymond | DET (vs. DEN)
86) Jalen Guyton | LAC (at LV)
87) Nelson Agholor | BAL (at JAX)
88) Xavier Hutchinson | HOU (at TEN)
89) Jauan Jennings | SF (at ARI)
90) Jalen Tolbert | DAL (at BUF)

The Top WRs To Start in Week 15

Jayden Reed, WR, Green Bay Packers (vs. TB)

Analysis by Kyle Soppe | It’s pretty hard to underwhelm on eight catches, but turning those 10 targets into just 27 receiving yards is certainly doing that if you don’t play in a full-PPR setting.

Jayden Reed’s unique stat line last week was the second-lowest yardage total that eight-plus receptions have netted in the history of the NFL. Nevertheless, I left the game encouraged.

Yes, the New York Giants did a great job of containing Reed in space, which hurt his Week 14 production. Should we be convinced that that’s going to happen consistently, though?

The Green Bay Packers are enamored with their rookie. They’re scheming up ways to get the ball in his hands. Not only did he record multiple carries for the third time in four games, he was handed the ball on a key two-point conversion that would have extended Green Bay’s lead to three late.

The play failed, but the high-leverage usage is all we can ask for from a fantasy standpoint. Three straight games without a 15+ yard catch isn’t ideal, but if you’re playing a rookie consistently, you know the risk that you’re taking.

Reed’s pretty clearly the WR1 in Green Bay these days with Christian Watson banged up, and when facing the fourth-worst pass defense in terms of yards per pass in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, that role lands him in my top 30.

Reed serves as the Keenan Allen line for me this week — anyone ranked above Reed is a good play over Allen, while anyone behind him in the rankings is not someone I’d play over Los Angeles’ veteran.

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