Week 6: Wide Receivers

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1. DeAndre Hopkins

2. Julien Edelman

3. Larry Fitzgerald

4. Brandon Marshall

5. AJ Green 

6. Julio Jones

7. Randall Cobb

8. Allen Robinson

9.  Odell Beckham Jr.

10. Calvin Johnson

The Lions need Calvin Johnson to come up big. I expect him back in double digit targets this week.  If they can’t pull it together, Calvin Johnson is a WR2/3 for the rest of the season. If he does come up big this week, Trade him while his stock is up.

11. Antonio Brown

12. DeMaryius Thomas

13. James Jones

14. Allen Hurns

15. Emmanuel Sanders

16. Keenan Allen

17. Jordan Matthews

18. Jarvis Landry

19. Willie Sneed

20. Marvin Jones

Jordan Matthews hasn’t done much lately.  There’s a nice opportunity for him against the Giants Monday night.  Last week Snead wa targeted 11 times.  He’s getting better every week.  Hurns and James Jones have been constant contributors and must be in lineups.  Landry was a PPR machine, it’ll be interesting to see how the Dolphins play after the bye week and coaching turnover.

21. Jeremy Maclin

22. Eric Decker

23. TY Hilton

24. Kendall Wright

25. Alshon Jeffery

26. Anquan Boldin

27. Donte Moncrief

28. John Brown

29. Mohammed Sanu

30. Mike Wallace

In two games last year, TY Hilton was targeted 13 times and caught 4 passes against the Patriots.  Hilton didn’t score and only accumulated 60 yards.  New England has a knack for shutting down other teams big weapons.  Hilton is talented enough to at least get one big one and warrants a start at home with Luck back.  Alshon may play, he’s been practicing this week.  it’ll be all hands on deck for the Bengals.  Sanu has been getting more looks and anyone could come up big this week.

31. Travis Benjamin

32. Kamar Aiken

33. Martavis Bryant 

34. Brandin Cooks

35. Steve Smith

36. Sammy Watkins

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