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Chris Thomas’ Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings for Week 14

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This year more than ever it has been difficult to make decisions about fantasy football lineups because of injuries, byes, and Covid-19 concerns. This week’s playoffs may start in fantasy leagues. Owners may have a few wide receivers on their roster that they have been flipping between all season. Deciding between them could be the difference between winning and losing this week. For owners who have to stream a wide receiver this week, it may be difficult to choose who to put into your lineup.

For those who are not in playoffs yet, there is little time left during the fantasy football regular season. Every game that’s left is more important than the last to guarantee a spot in the fantasy football playoffs. Here are wide receiver rankings for Week 13 of the 2020 NFL Season.

*Ratings are subject to change due to injury reports or possible move to reserve/COVID-19 list*

(Check out the section below for details on players already rumored to possibly miss this week and how their replacement options rank for the week)

Must Start- a player who is in your lineup regardless of the matchup or most circumstances. They Will likely finish near the top of the league in points that week and in most weeks.
Starting WR1- a player who makes fantasy owners comfortable starting week after week. Regardless of the matchup, this player has a high floor.
High WR2- a player who may isn’t likely to carry a lineup that week, but has the ability to have a breakout game and is teetering between WR1 and WR2 category.
Starting WR2- a player who should be started in most lineups and should reach their point projection. This player is started is because of their consistency and moderately high floor
Low WR2- a player who may not be a lock to start for a team every week, but will start more times than not. Their production may not be pretty or win a person their lineup but the production is consistent enough to make a fantasy owner comfortable starting them.
Flex- a player who could float around the territory of being benched, but is started due to the potential to play better than their point projection. However, this player has the potential to flop and cause a fantasy team to lose if he has a bad game.
Deeper League Flex- a player who has starting value in deeper leagues. There are enough reasons to leave this player on the bench, but their upside makes them an attractive option. Desperate times may call for a player like this to be inserted into starting lineups.
Upside Player- a player who is boom or bust. This player can exceed expectations in a given week or could flop and be the reason why someone lost their fantasy matchup.
Leave on the Bench- a player who should be avoided in all lineups that week. Many times this player could even be left on waivers.
Must StartDavante Adamsvs Detroit LionsWR1
Must StartD.K. Metcalfvs New York JetsWR2
Must StartKeenan Allenvs Atlanta FalconsWR3
Must StartTyreek Hillvs Miami DolphinsWR4
Must StartAllen Robinsonvs Houston TexansWR5
Starting WR1Michael Thomasvs Philadelphia EaglesWR6
Starting WR1Diontae Johnsonvs Buffalo BillsWR7
Starting WR1Terry McLaurinvs San Fransisco 49ersWR8
Starting WR1Julio Jonesvs Los Angeles ChargersWR9
High WR2A.J. Brownvs Jacksonville JaguarsWR10
High End WR2DeAndre Hopkinsvs New York GiantsWR11
High End WR2Stefon Diggsvs Pittsburgh SteelersWR12
Starting WR2Chris Godwinvs Minnesota VikingsWR13
Starting WR2JuJu Smith-Schustervs Buffalo BillsWR14
Starting WR2Corey Davisvs Jacksonville JaguarsWR15
Starting WR2Calvin Ridleyvs Los Angeles ChargersWR16
Starting WR2*Mike Evansvs Minnesota VikingsWR17
Starting WR2Robby Andersonvs Denver BroncosWR18
Starting WR2Brandon Aiyukvs Washington Football TeamWR19
Starting WR2Justin Jeffersonvs Tampa Bay BuccaneersWR20
Low WR2*D.J. Moorevs Denver BroncosWR21
Low WR2*Kenny Golladayvs Green Bay PackersWR22
Low WR2Antonio Brownvs Minnesota VikingsWR23
Low WR2*Brandin Cooksvs Chicago BearsWR25
Low WR2Adam Thielenvs Tampa Bay BuccaneersWR26
Low WR2Cooper Kuppvs New England PatriotsWR27
Low WR2Tyler Lockettvs New York JetsWR28
Low WR2Devante Parkervs Kansas City ChiefsWR29
Low WR2Chase Claypoolvs Buffalo BillsWR30
Low WR2Amari Coopervs Cincinatti BengalsWR31
FlexDeebo Samuelvs Washington Football TeamWR32
FlexRobert Woodsvs New England PatriotsWR33
Flex*Curtis Samuelvs Denver BroncosWR34
FlexTee Higginsvs Dallas CowboysWR35
FlexD.J. Charkvs Tennessee TitansWR37
Deep League FlexMike Williamsvs Atlanta FalconsWR37
Deep League FlexT.Y. Hiltonvs Las Vegas RaidersWR38
Deep League FlexTyler Boydvs Dallas CowboysWR39
Deep League FlexJerry Jeudyvs Carolina PanthersWR40
Deep League FlexJamison Crowdervs Seattle SeahawksWR41
Deep League FlexCeeDee Lambvs Cincinatti BengalsWR42
Deep League FlexJarvis Landryvs Baltimore RavensWR43
Deep League FlexSterling Shepardvs Cincinnati BengalsWR44
Deep League FlexCollin Johnsonvs Tennessee TitansWR45
Deep League FlexMichael Pittman Jr.vs Las Vegas RaidersWR46
Deep League FlexMarquise “Hollywood” Brownvs Cleveland BrownsWR47
Deep League FlexNelson Agholorvs Indianapolis ColtsWR48
Upside PlayersDarnell Mooneyvs Houston TexansWR49
Upside PlayerBreshad Perrimanvs Seattle SeahawksWR50
Upside PlayerChristian Kirkvs New York GiantsWR51
Upside PlayerAllen Lazardvs Detroit LionsWR52
Upside PlayerKeke Couteevs Chicago BearsWR53
Upside PlayerMichael Gallupvs Cincinatti BengalsWR54
Upside PlayerJalen Reagorvs New Orleans SaintsWR55
INACTIVEDenzel Mimsvs Seattle SeahawksOUT
Upside PlayerMarquez Valdes-Scantlingvs Detroit LionsWR56
Leave on the BenchCole Beasleyvs Pittsburgh SteelersWR57
Leave on the BenchHunter Renfrowvs Indianapolis ColtsWR58
Leave on the BenchJakobi Meyersvs Los Angeles RamsWR59
Leave on the BenchA.J. Greenvs Dallas CowboysWR60
Leave on the BenchMarvin Jones Jr.vs Green Bay PackersWR61
Leave on the BenchHenry Ruggsvs Indianapolis ColtsWR62
Leave on the BenchTim Patrickvs Carolina PanthersWR63
Leave on the BenchDarius Slaytonvs Arizona CardinalsWR64
Leave on the BenchSammy Watkinsvs Miami DolphinsWR65
Leave on the BenchLaviska Shenault Jr.vs Tennessee TitansWR66
Leave on the BenchGreg Wardvs New Orleans SaintsWR67
Leave on the BenchJosh Reynoldsvs New England PatriotsWR68
Leave on the BenchZach Pascalvs Las Vegas RaidersWR69
Leave in the BenchK.J. Hamlervs Carolina PanthersWR70
Leave on the BenchDemarcus Robinsonvs Miami DolphinsWR71
Leave on the BenchLarry Fitzgeraldvs Miami DolphinsWR72
Leave on the BenchTravis Fulghamvs New Orleans SaintsWR73
Leave on the BenchDamiere Byrdvs Los Angeles RamsWR74
Leave on the BenchEmmanuel Sandersvs Philadelphia EaglesWR75
Leave on the BenchRashard Higginsvs Baltimore RavensWR76
Leave on the BenchGolden Tatevs Arizona CardinalsWR77
Leave on the BenchGabriel Davisvs Pittsburgh SteelersWR78

Possible Changes that can occur before Sunday

WR17 Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mike Evans was limited during practice on Wednesday and missed on Thursday this week. It could be precautionary for his hamstring, but this is something to pay attention to before Sunday. If Evans does not suit up Chris Godwin becomes WR11 on the week between DeAndre Hopkins and Stefon Diggs. While Antonio Brown moves up to WR18 between Robby Anderson and Brandon Aiyuk.

WR21 D.J. Moore, Carolina Panthers

Last weekend news broke that eight Carolina Panthers were added to the Reserve/COVID-19 list. One of those players happened to be D.J. Moore. If he is not activated Roddy Anderson will stay in the same place while Curtis Samuel will move up to WR29 between Tyler Lockett and Chase Claypool.

WR22 Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions

Kenny Golladay hasn’t played since Week 8 due to a hip issue. If he misses Week 14 against the Green Bay Packers, Marvin Jones Jr. will become WR50 between Darnell Mooney and Breshad Perriman. He is not a great option this week if Golladay is out because of the likely Jaire Alexander shadow.

WR24 Brandin Cooks, Houston Texans

Last week against the Indianapolis Colts Brandin Cooks suffers a concussion. This was a scary moment during the game because Cooks has an extensive history of concussions during his career. If Cooks were to miss this week’s game against the Chicago Bears, Keke Coutee would become the Texan’s number one receiver and WR49 between Darnell Mooney and Breshad Perriman.

WR34 Curtis Samuel, Carolina Panthers

Along with D.J. Moore, Curtis Samuel was also added to the COVID-19 reserve list last weekend. If Samuel cannot suit up Robby Anderson and D.J. Moore should retain their rankings. But the Panthers running backs may see more work and Mike Davis may get the touches if McCaffrey and Samuel are both out.

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