Here are the receiver ratings I have in 2019, with notes on the top 24 plus three more dozen listed, as of 19 August.
This article was first published on August 12, and since then Josh Gordon has been out of the 60 to the maximum of 24. It is said that Julian Edelman fell from 14 to 21, and N & # 39 Keal Harry falling out of the top 60. Here are the other recent note updates:
- Tyler Lockett rises from 21 to 16
- A.J. Green rises from 35 to 28
- Courtland Sutton falls from 38 to 45
- Andy Isabella falls from 55 to the top 60
- DK Metcalf comes from 56 to 60
It is important to remember that things can change quickly during a training camp and the season, especially in the case of injuries and / or personnel movements. Therefore, my overall ratings are at the bottom, which will often be updated between now and the beginning of the regular season.
Note that I am failing to score half-PPR mitigation, so I am free to adjust players or reduce for standard or full PPR formats. Good luck to you in your drafts!
1. Julio Jones, Falcons (booth 9)
Some excellent candidates are in the best position in this position – which means that you would prefer to pick towards the end of the first round than somewhere in the middle – but I am going to Jones because of his half consistent excellence. declare. Over that span, it has an average of 1,599 yards, which is more than any of the other four players having been in any season. The fall in Jones was a lack of relationship, but Atlanta appeared to have been resolved in the second half of last season, as he scored eight times in the Falcon final nine games.
2. Davante Adams, Packers (11) t
It is a good thing for Aaron Rodgers to be your favorite receiver, let alone a very capable player in your own right. Adams's 169 goal in last season was second only to Jones's 170, and he was tied second with 13 arrest catch. Green Bay has some emerging talent but no one is seen ready to eat into Adams's stretch of the running pipe, and an overall coaching change could lead to a more dangerous proportion.
3. Odell Beckham Jr., Browns (7) t
There is little uncertainty about how things will emerge in Cleveland to put Beckham higher, but since he is going to play with a QB worthy of his huge talents, Calvin Johnson's season seems to be – esque truly sincere within the range of possibilities.
4. DeAndre Hopkins, Texans (10)
Ref. 1 WR on many draft boards, Hopkins had 2018 numbers next to the top in each major category (and some only meaningful, for example share of staff airfields). There are few reasons to think that things will be much different this year, particularly with the ongoing health issues of other Houston WRs, Will Fuller and Keke Coutee.
5. Michael Thomas, Saint (9)
With 40-year-old Drew Brees, New Orleans figures to continue his trend away from a high-level attack, but it is a lesser issue for Thomas than his might for WR. was in close proximity to everything spent his way. Last year, it managed 125 receptions of just 147 targets for paved, pioneering percentages of 85.03, and should benefit from the lack of secondary acceptance option for the Saints.
6. JuJu Smith-Schuster, Steelers (7) t
By Antonio Brown around, Smith-Schuster is bounded by the sky, which provided 111 catches to 1,383 yards and seven TDs on 166 goals last season although at least the second banana. There are a number of questions about how the third-year player, who will meet 23 in November, will deal with the other primary schools, but has done so to date.
7. Knocklough, Chief Executives (12) t
Hill succeeded in suspending from the NFL following an investigation into allegations of child abuse. However, it is likely to be very short and it is unlikely that Kansas City will have the same number of people who died in 2018.
8. Mike Evans, Buccaneers (6) t
Evans never received less than 1,000 yards in his five NFL seasons, and three have at least eight TDs. With Jameis Winston hoping that a new coach of Tampa Bay, Bruce Arians, will improve and the Bucs should be wearing early and often, Evans could still be ready for his best season.
9. Keenan Allen, Chargers (12) t
Allen could be said to be the best choice on the road, and for two years of good health behind him, Allen is a constant expression of steady production.
10. Amari Cooper, Cowboys (8)
If you want to get more excitement, or at least the promise of a roller-coaster ride, don't look beyond this man, who has been across the map in his four NFL season. However, it seemed that much of Cooper's potential was landing with Dallas, and now he has a full season to cancel his relationship with QB Dak Prescott.
11. Antonio Brown, Raiders (6) t
See, I wouldn't blame anyone for trying to do nothing with the Bank at almost any location, but it's much more likely than not that it plays every game this season, and that's it's good. The problems should lie behind him under Week 1, and the helmet issue should also be resolved before the training camp ends. This means that Brown is a world class diva who has been downgraded by QB, but everything is balanced with the fact – and we won't lose sight of this – it is still one of the best in the game. .
12. Stefon Diggs, Vikings
During the second half of last season, Diggs took hold of Adam Thielen as the highest scoring Vikings, and only nine others were standing from 11 to 16 weeks. first one round pick.
13. T.Y. Hilton, Colts (6) t
Andrew Luck's return paid last year with Hilton to fringe-WR1 status, but can the next step be taken into the ultra-elite? Maybe not, thinking it has never reached 155 goals and is not a maven TD, but is less likely to be disappointed at Hilton than on some of the players being drafted around it.
14. Brandin Cooks, Rams (9) t
You could make a case here for any of the top three Rams of Rams, including Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, but Cooks is the longest team and for some teams, providing the confidence. most of his talent will enable his boom in any case.
15. Adam Thielen, Vikings
After starting in 2018 with eight games just 100 yards, it was all but inevitable that Thielen would come back to earth, and, certainly enough, he did. The second half brings up and down, along with an expected change in Minnesota's abusive approach, some break, but it should be a safe WR2.
16. Tyler Lockett, Seahawks (11) t
Lockett may be under pressure to replicate the effectiveness of his 2018 season (57 catches, 965 yards and 10 TDs on 70 goals only), but with Doug Baldwin gone, he will not. It is hoped that some of these places, although unlikely to be heavily dependent on Seattle, will come with the arrival of Lockett.
17. Robert Woods, Rams (9) t
Woods was in charge of Los Angeles last year in goals (130), in receptions (86) and in reception courts (1,219), and was in charge of receiving TDs (six). He does nothing on a very good level, but it is reliable and obviously trusted by Jared Goff QB.
18. D.J. Moore, Panthers (7)
This is quite an aggressive step, since Moore is coming from a two-yard rookie season, two-TD, and has a QB, Newton's Cam, and is always working on his shoulder to wear back to 100 percent. Newton's health problems presented a better season in the last season, however, and with the departure of Devin Funchess, the chances of the first WR from the board of the NFL last year are more likely to show their explosive abilities.
19. Kenny Golladay, Lions (5) t
Detroit might not want to spend much if he can help him, but maybe he needs to go ahead outside of open season seasons including the Cardinals, Chargers, Eagles, Chiefs, Packers and Vikings. This should bring Golladay's time to establish itself as a go-ahead and ultimately improve its line from 70 to 1206-5 from last year.
20. Chris Godwin, Buccaneers (7) t
Yes, I am buying the hype. This team has a heavy pass at Tampa Bay this year, and with Adam Humphries (76-816-5) and DeSean Jackson (41-774-4) events, the third year WR is well positioned with a working sop and rising over the 1,000-yard mark.
21. Julian Edelman, Patriots (10)
When Rob Gronkowski retired and little else left in the New England reception corps in terms of proven commodities, Edelman was looking for him to put the “PPR” into the sentence, “To achieve goals.” slightly into that workload, but WRel is still a WR2 solid.
22. Calvin Ridley, Browns (9)
With rookie pains growing out of the way, Ridley should be able to improve his catches (64) and yardage (821), even if it is unlikely to continue to score TDs at a rate of 10.9 percent (10). in 2018 on just 92 targets).
23. Cooper Kupp, Rams (9) t
Kupp is a bit of top-24 picking danger, as it is coming from ACL tear and the Rams have signs about reducing their loyalty to three-WR sets. However, it seems that it is good in a training camp and that it was at a rapid pace (put up to season 96-1,402-16) before it was injured in Week 6.
24. Josh Gordon, Patriots (10)
Did I say that Kupp was a danger pick? Gordon is even more so, but it is so unsatisfactory. Sure, his 2013 season show was a long time ago, and it could be suspended or decided to quit his own football at any moment, but he's only 28, and Gronk needs a get another threat in New England. to Edelman. After coming out of the Browns last year in trade, getting used to Patriots play, Gordon had a seven-game stretch with an average of 82.4 yards, and he tied with DeSean Jackson for most of the courtyard per catch (17.4) among active players.
25. Jarvis Landry, Browns (7)
26. Tyler Boyd, Bengals (9)
27. Allen Robinson, Bears (6)
28. A.J. Glas, Europes (9) t
29. Robby Anderson, Jets (4)
30. Mike Williams, Chargers (12)
31. Will Fuller, Texans (10)
32. Alshon Jeffery, Eagles (10)
33. Sammy Watkins, Chiefs (12)
34. Curtis Samuel, Panthers (7)
35. Christian Kirk, Cardinals (12)
36. Corey Davis, Titans (11)
37. Sterling Shepard, Giants (11) t
38. Marvin Jones, Lions (5)
39. Dede Westbrook, Jaguars (10) t
40. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals (12)
41. Anthony Miller, Bears (6)
42. Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Packers (11) t
43. Geronimo Allison, Packers (GB) t
44. Donte Moncrief, Steelers (7) t
45. Courtland Sutton, Broncos (10) t
46. Dante Pettis, 49ers (4)
47. Golden Tate, Giants (11) t
48. Michael Gallup, Cowboys (8)
49. DeSean Jackson, Eagles (10)
50. Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos (10) t
51. Devin Queen, Colts (6)
52. Jamison Crowder, Jets (4)
53. Albert Wilson, Dolphins (5)
54. John Brown, Bills (6)
55. Keke Coutee, Texans (10)
56. Kenny Stills, Dolphins (5) t
57. Trean Mac Gabhann, Saint (9) t
58. James Washington, Steelers (7) t
59. Tyrell Williams, Raiders (6)
60. DK Metcalf, Seahawks (11) t
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