2019 Wide Receivers Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet: WR Fantasy Stats

Football season is quickly approaching and with that, there’s fantasy football leagues gearing up for draft day. Whether you play a traditional fantasy league or daily, this cheat sheet will help with your drafting Wide Receiver strategy. You can follow this page for updated 2019 wide receiver fantasy stats throughout the 2019-2020 season.

Wide Receiver Fantasy Stats

Player Tier FPTS 2018 Rating Team GP SNPS/G TGT REC TGT/G YDS 100+ YDS YDS/REC TD DraftKings PTS/G FanDuel PTS/G Yahoo PTS/G
Julio Jones 1 212.8 99 ATL 16 51.1 170 113 10.6 1,677 10 14.8 8 22.36 16.3 16.8
Odell Beckham Jr 1 153.4 98 CLE 12 59.7 124 77 10.3 1,052 5 13.7 6 20.53 15.99 16
Michael Thomas 1 190.5 97 NO 16 57.9 147 125 9.2 1,405 4 11.2 9 20.59 15.81 15.8
Antonio Brown 1 219.7 97 OAK 15 66.5 169 104 11.3 1,297 5 12.5 15 22.58 18.11 18.1
DeAndre Hopkins 1 218.5 95 HOU 16 67.8 163 115 10.2 1,572 7 13.7 11 22.28 17.25 17.2
Davante Adams 1 218.6 94 GB 15 63.6 169 111 11.3 1,386 5 12.5 13 22.97 18.27 18.3
Tyreek Hill 1 241 93 KC 16 56.6 137 87 8.6 1,479 6 17 12 22 18.16 18.2
T.Y. Hilton 1 163 93 IND 14 54.5 120 76 8.6 1,270 5 16.7 6 18.14 14.36 14.4
Stefon Diggs 1 164.3 93 MIN 15 58.3 148 102 9.9 1,021 4 10 9 18.55 14.35 14.4
Adam Thielen 1 194.3 92 MIN 16 63.2 155 113 9.7 1,373 9 12.2 9 20.96 15.68 15.7
Keenan Allen 1 163.1 92 LAC 16 49.6 137 97 8.6 1,196 3 12.3 6 18.01 9.68 13.2
AJ Green 1 103.4 92 CIN 9 50.8 77 46 8.6 694 2 15.1 6 17.38 14.04 14
Emmanuel Sanders 1 127.2 91 DEN 12 54.8 98 71 8.2 868 3 12.2 4 17.27 13.56 13.6
Doug Baldwin 1 91.8 90 FA 13 54 73 50 5.6 618 1 12.4 5 11.14 11.47 9
JuJu Smith-Schuster 2 185.9 89 PIT 16 60 166 111 10.4 1,426 8 12.8 7 20.12 15.09 15.1
Robert Woods 2 179.6 89 LAR 16 65.1 131 86 8.2 1,219 3 14.2 6 17.16 13.91 13.9
Julian Edelman 2 133.4 89 NE 12 62.3 108 74 9 850 2 11.5 6 17.79 14.2 14.2
Alshon Jeffery 2 120.3 89 PHI 13 59.3 92 65 7.1 843 2 13 6 14.72 11.75 11.8
Mike Evans 2 198.4 88 TB 16 58.8 139 86 8.7 1,524 8 17.7 8 19.71 15.46 15.5
Amari Cooper 2 140.4 88 DAL 15 55.9 107 75 7.1 1,004 4 13.4 7 15.29 11.86 11.9
Marvin Jones 2 80.8 88 DET 9 59.8 62 35 6.9 508 1 14.5 5 13.2 10.92 10.9
Brandin Cooks 2 163.2 86 LAR 16 61.8 116 80 7.2 1,204 5 15.1 5 17.21 13.55 12.7
Tyler Lockett 2 165.4 85 SEA 16 56.8 71 57 4.4 965 1 16.9 10 14.09 12.12 12.1
JJ Nelson 2 93.7 85 OAK 15 56 88 63 5.9 739 1 11.7 3 10.65 8.35 8.3
Tyrell Williams 2 96.8 85 OAK 16 47.6 64 41 4 653 2 15.9 5 9.59 7.82 7.3
Kenny Stills 2 97.4 85 MIA 15 49.7 64 37 4.3 553 2 14.9 6 9.36 7.73 7.7
Sammy Watkins 2 75.1 85 KC 10 45.9 55 40 5.5 519 2 13 3 12.11 9.51 9.5
Marquise Goodwin 2 64.4 85 SF 11 39.6 43 23 3.9 395 1 17.2 4 8.22 6.9 6.9
Sterling Shepard 2 116.5 84 NYG 16 58.5 107 66 6.7 872 2 13.2 4 11.78 9.34 9.3
Golden Tate 2 108.9 84 NYG 15 40.4 113 74 7.5 795 2 10.7 4 12.59 9.73 9.7
Allen Robinson 2 98.3 84 CHI 13 58.8 94 55 7.2 754 1 13.7 4 12.1 9.68 9.7
Robby Anderson 2 106.4 84 NYJ 14 48.7 93 50 6.6 752 2 15 6 11.74 9.39 9.4
Josh Gordon 2 97.7 84 NE 12 53 71 41 5.9 737 2 18 4 12.06 9.85 9.8
Demaryius Thomas 2 97.7 84 NE 15 50.9 89 59 5.9 677 1 11.5 5 10.65 8.48 8.5
Cole Beasley 2 85.2 84 BUF 16 44.6 86 65 5.4 672 1 10.3 3 9.58 7.36 7.4
Danny Amendola 2 68.4 84 DET 15 45.5 79 59 5.3 575 0 9.7 1 8.49 6.53 6.5
Jarvis Landry 2 136.1 83 CLE 16 59.8 149 81 9.3 976 4 12 4 14.38 11.04 11
DeSean Jackson 2 110.3 83 PHI 12 37.8 75 41 6.2 774 3 18.9 4 13.36 10.9 10.9
Larry Fitzgerald 2 116.7 83 ARI 16 54.5 112 69 7 734 1 10.6 6 11.79 9.45 9.4
Kenny Golladay 2 137.1 82 DET 15 60.3 118 70 7.9 1,063 3 15.2 5 14.41 11.47 11.5
Tyler Boyd 2 145.1 82 CIN 14 55.2 108 76 7.7 1,028 3 13.5 7 16.44 13.08 13.1
Calvin Ridley 2 142.8 82 ATL 16 40.3 92 64 5.8 821 1 12.8 10 13.18 10.93 10.9
Taylor Gabriel 2 84.9 82 CHI 16 51.9 93 67 5.8 688 2 10.3 2 9.93 7.4 7.4
Mike Williams 2 137.2 82 LAC 16 38.9 66 43 4.1 664 0 15.4 10 11.26 9.92 9.9
Michael Crabtree 2 78.7 82 FA 16 50 100 54 6.2 607 0 11.2 3 8.29 6.61 6.6
Cooper Kupp 2 95.1 82 LAR 8 54.9 56 40 7 566 1 14.2 6 17.26 14.39 14.4
Will Fuller 2 74.3 82 HOU 7 53.6 45 32 6.4 503 3 15.7 4 16.47 12.9 12.9
Albert Wilson 2 70.8 82 MIA 7 33.1 35 26 5 391 1 15 4 14.25 11.97 12
Jamison Crowder 2 53.8 82 NYJ 9 47.6 50 29 5.6 388 0 13.4 2 9.2 7.59 7.6
Mohamed Sanu 2 116.4 81 ATL 16 51.9 94 66 5.9 838 1 12.7 4 11.65 9.34 9.3
Nelson Agholor 2 101.4 81 PHI 16 61.6 97 64 6.1 736 1 11.5 4 10.53 8.34 8.3
Dede Westbrook 2 107.6 81 JAX 16 50.3 101 66 6.3 717 1 10.9 5 11.54 9.16 9.2
John Brown 2 101.9 81 BUF 16 47.3 97 42 6.1 715 2 17 5 9.37 7.68 7.7
Dante Pettis 2 76.5 81 SF 12 37.7 45 27 3.8 467 1 17.3 5 8.88 7.5 7.5
Quincy Enunwa 2 48.9 81 NYJ 11 47.8 69 38 6.3 449 0 11.8 1 7.99 6.17 6.2
Corey Davis 2 118.6 80 TEN 16 54.5 112 65 7 891 2 13.7 4 11.85 9.44 9.4
Chris Godwin 2 126.2 80 TB 16 44.8 95 59 5.9 842 3 14.3 7 12.2 9.73 9.7
Adam Humphries 2 112.7 80 TEN 16 48.8 104 76 6.5 816 0 10.7 5 11.79 9.42 9.4
Devin Funchess 2 78.9 80 IND 14 44.4 79 44 5.6 549 0 12.5 4 8.78 7.21 7.2
Chris Hogan 2 71.2 80 CAR 16 50.2 53 35 3.3 532 0 15.2 3 7.08 5.91 5.5
Keelan Cole 2 51.1 80 JAX 16 42.9 70 38 4.4 491 1 12.9 1 7.24 5.39 4.4
Taywan Taylor 2 50.6 80 TEN 13 34.2 56 37 4.3 466 1 12.6 1 7.05 7.7 5.3
Curtis Samuel 3 97.8 79 CAR 13 35.8 65 39 5 494 0 12.7 5 10.6 9.02 9
Randall Cobb 3 48.4 79 DAL 9 51.8 61 38 6.8 383 1 10.1 2 10.04 7.49 7.5
Devante Parker 3 36.9 79 MIA 11 37.4 47 24 4.3 309 1 12.9 1 5.81 4.45 4.4
Donte Moncrief 3 82.8 78 PIT 16 50.9 89 48 5.6 668 1 13.9 3 8.43 6.68 6.7
Christian Kirk 3 80.5 78 ARI 12 45.2 68 43 5.7 590 0 13.7 3 10.29 8.5 8.5
Seth Roberts 3 61.9 78 BAL 15 38.1 65 45 4.3 494 0 11 2 7.13 5.63 5.6
David Moore 3 75 78 SEA 16 38.8 52 26 3.2 445 1 17.1 5 8 2.45 5.5
Ryan Grant 3 39.4 78 OAK 14 40.1 51 35 3.6 334 0 9.5 1 5.31 4.06 4.1
Allen Hurns 3 41.5 78 DAL 16 28.3 36 20 2.2 295 0 14.8 2 4.73 3.96 3.2
Phillip Dorsett 3 49.9 78 NE 16 24.9 42 32 2.6 290 0 9.1 3 7.45 5.99 4.1
Zay Jones 3 109.2 77 BUF 16 58.8 102 56 6.4 652 0 11.6 7 10.33 8.58 8.6
Michael Gallup 3 64.7 77 DAL 16 46.2 68 33 4.2 507 0 15.4 2 6.51 5.41 5.1
Kendrick Bourne 3 72.7 77 SF 16 37.9 66 42 4.1 487 0 11.6 4 7.17 5.86 5.9
Chester Rogers 3 64.1 77 IND 16 37.2 72 53 4.5 485 0 9.2 2 7.32 5.66 5.7
Dontrelle Inman 3 48.4 77 NE 9 41.3 39 28 4.3 304 0 10.9 3 9.55 7.8 6.9
Willie Snead 3 72.4 76 BAL 16 51.3 95 62 5.9 651 0 10.5 1 9.6 7.39 6.5
Josh Doctson 3 65.2 76 WAS 15 56.4 79 44 5.3 532 0 12.1 2 7.28 5.81 5.8
Tre'Quan Smith 3 72.7 76 NO 15 37.8 44 28 2.9 427 2 15.2 5 8.21 6.67 5.8
Jermaine Kearse 3 43.1 76 DET 14 44.7 76 37 5.4 371 0 10 1 6.16 4.74 4.4
Jordan Matthews 3 42 76 SF 14 24.6 28 20 2 300 0 15 2 5.64 4.73 3.7
Courtland Sutton 3 94.3 75 DEN 16 51.2 84 42 5.2 704 0 16.8 4 8.52 7.21 7.2
Anthony Miller 3 87.2 75 CHI 15 38.4 54 33 3.6 423 1 12.8 7 8.21 6.91 6.9
Chris Conley 3 59.4 75 JAX 16 50.1 52 32 3.2 334 0 10.4 5 6.23 5.03 4.7
Tajae Sharpe 3 45.2 75 TEN 16 37 47 26 2.9 316 1 12.2 2 5.3 4.16 3.6
Laquon Treadwell 3 36.2 75 MIN 15 36.2 53 35 3.5 302 0 8.6 1 4.75 3.58 3.6
Jarius Wright 3 54.6 74 CAR 16 33 59 43 3.7 447 0 10.4 1 6.16 4.76 4.8
Kelvin Benjamin 3 44 74 FA 15 35 67 25 4.5 380 0 15.2 1 4.6 3.77 3.8
Antonio Callaway 3 89.3 73 CLE 16 47.9 78 43 4.9 586 0 13.6 5 8.33 6.93 6.9
Josh Reynolds 3 71 73 LAR 16 38.2 53 29 3.3 402 0 13.9 5 9.09 7.77 5.3
Breshad Perriman 3 46.2 73 TB 10 21.8 25 16 2.5 340 0 21.2 2 6.22 5.42 5.4
Geronimo Allison 3 42.3 73 GB 5 48.2 30 20 6 303 0 15.2 2 12.46 10.46 10.5
Robert Foster 4 72.1 68 BUF 13 34.6 45 27 3.5 541 3 20 3 9.83 7.78 6.6
Equanimeous St. Brown 4 33.3 68 GB 12 26.3 36 21 3 328 0 15.6 0 4.94 3.98 3.6
Tim Patrick 4 37.2 68 DEN 16 24.6 41 23 2.6 315 0 13.7 1 6.12 5.66 3
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 4 73 67 GB 16 43.3 72 38 4.5 581 2 15.3 2 7.31 5.75 5.8
D.J. Moore 4 102 66 CAR 16 45.8 82 55 5.1 788 1 14.3 2 8 2.45 8.1
Rashard Higgins 4 79.2 63 CLE 13 37.2 54 39 4.2 572 0 14.7 4 9.17 7.59 7.6
Maurice Harris 4 31.4 62 NE 12 38.5 47 28 3.9 304 1 10.9 0 5.67 4.13 3.8

Tier 1

Ah, tier 1, the most exciting receivers in the game. Obviously you’re going to want to get as many of these on your team as you possibly can, but let’s take a look at a few receivers in particular.

objOdell Beckham Jr. – If you have access to the internet, you’ve probably heard that Odell Beckham Jr. got traded to the Browns. What does this mean for the star receiver? Well, I think we’ll see increased production from him. Baker Mayfield has proved himself as a stud, and what better way for Mayfield to continue his success than by continually giving All-Pro OBJ the ball as much as possible. This will be one of the hottest QB/WR duos in the league.
 

antonio brownAntonio Brown – Another hot duo on the horizon resides in the Bay Area, and it’s Antonio Brown and Derek Carr. Last year, Brown led the league in TD catches at 15, despite missing one game. ESPN is projecting Brown to have 102 receptions on 161 targets for 1,333 yards and 10 TDs in the 2019 season. Obviously that’s less TDs than last year, but it’s still a staggering predicted stat line. Carr showed improvements all of last year, so expect to see the duo perform at a high level all season.

aj greenAJ Green – With the Bengals being on the up and up, I see Green having a solid year. He’s had a few injury concerns over the last few years, but at the end of the day if he’s available on the board he’s a great WR pick. In years he’s played all 16 games, he’s consistently finished in the top 10 WRs in fantasy production. FantasyPros currently has Green projected for 78.5 receptions, 1147 yards, and 8 receiving TDs. Not too shabby.

 

Tier 2

You’re still going to get great production from any WR in the second tier. The line gets a little blurred here, but it’s definitely possible for anyone in this tier to perform at a tier 1 level and vice versa. Let’s take a look at a few names.

amari cooperAmari Cooper – Cooper recorded 7 touchdowns last year, despite playing only 15 games. Since joining the Cowboys, he’s been more consistently targeted than he was in Oakland, and it’s paid off for the team and fantasy owner’s alike. He averaged 11.86 FanDuel points per game and 15.29 DraftKing’s points.

 

brandin cooksBrandin Cooks – Cooks had his best fantasy season of his career last year, despite it being his first year with the Rams. He also did very well in the daily fantasy realm (13.55 FD PTS/G; 17.21 DK PTS/GM). With Kupp and Robert Woods also on the Ram’s roster, Cooks won’t be getting enough touches to be an elite receiver, but he’s a solid pick.

 

larry fitzgeraldLarry Fitzgerald – You might be surprised to hear that Fitzgerald is still in the league, but I predict this will be one of his best fantasy seasons yet. With the addition of Kyler Murray to the Cardinals as well as a few offensive-line signings that may provide more protection, I see the Murray Fitzgerald combo being lethal in 2019.

 

Tier 3

Picking the right third tier receivers is arguably just as important as first tier, or perhaps more important because of the nuances that come along with it. Many first tier receivers are effectively the same, but things start to get a little less equal within the third tier.

christian kirkChristian Kirk – Kirk has the opportunity for this year to be a breakout season. Kyler Murray signing with the Cardinals provides a lot of hope for him at receiver. On top of this, with the implementation of Kliff Kingsburry at head coach, the Cardinals are now going to line up with four wides, so Kirk will get the chance to line up in the slot more often. I expect to see Murray/Kirk be a favorable duo on the year.

 

zay jonesZay Jones – Jones showed vast improvement over the second half of the season with the Bills. In the last game of the year, he caught 6 of his 9 targets for 93 yards and two TDs. He averaged 8.58 FD points per game and 10.33 DK points per game. FantasyPros is currently projecting him to have 37.5 receptions, 480.5 yards, and 3.9 receiving TDs, although I wouldn’t be surprised if he surpassed that.

 

geronimo allisonGeronimo Allison – Allison was the number 26 fantasy receiver in the first quarter of last season before getting injured and missing the rest of the year. It’s looking like he’ll line up with Davante Adams as WR2 and if that’s the case, he’ll be getting a lot of touches this year. I’m willing to bet on the new offense LaFleur is going to bring to the Packers and think Allison would make a good WR3 or 4 on your team. In his limited time last season, he averaged 10.46 FD points per game and 12.46 DK points per game.

Tier 4

Depending on the size of your league, you may not have to venture all the way down to the wretched tier 4. But in case you do, let’s take a look at one name.

rashard higginsRashard Higgins – Higgins will likely be getting far less touches this year on account of OBJ entering the picture. However, last year he put up solid daily fantasy numbers with 7.59 FanDuel points per game and 9.17 DraftKings points per game. He’s projected to have 402.1 receiving yards this year with 2.4 receiving touchdowns and 29.6 receptions. I see him producing more than that, because teams will have to focus their best secondary on OBJ.

  
After suffering a career ending injury as a high school freshman B-team quarterback, Emmett has completely devoted himself to sports fandom. A Chicago (suburb) native, he is loyal to all his teams. He is currently a junior at Chapman University in Southern California and thoroughly enjoys Microsoft Excel.

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