Week 16 PPR Rank: WR

Injuries have been downplaying the wide receiver position in recent weeks and with teams either out of the playoffs or hoping to get healthy for the postseason, we see key lamps shut everywhere. This past week, Chris Godwin was added to this list and his absence creates a hole in the top of WR PPR’s 16th fantasy ranking week.

Breshad Perriman is going to fill it, but we all know he’s not as reliable as Godwin (hamstring) or Mike Evans (hamstring). After playing Perriman’s three TDs in Week 15, it doesn’t feel like it’s a risk against Houston, but you never know what’s going to happen to these types of players late in the year.

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That’s why, especially in the PPR championships, it’s important to have some reliable high-goal options in your lineup. The top of our rankings is full of stud receivers in favorable races, as usual, but it doesn’t take long to reach kids who could just as easily be out of the top 36 with bad matchups. Mike Williams (vs. Raiders), Will Fuller (@ Buccaneers) and DK Metcalf (vs. Cardinals) are the types of “big-play” receivers that we usually don’t associate with PPR leagues, which should lead to good days, at least in shipyards and possible ratings. It has to be in lineups, it’s so simple.

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On the previous front, we’re a little more worried about Julian Edelman (versus the letters), Cooper Kupp (@ 49ers) and John Brown (@ Patriots). Kupp has also been inconsistent lately, reinforcing his concerns, though he is helping the 49ers deal injuries throughout their defense. Both Edelman and Kupp are still in WR2, so they should be in teams, but you may need to take more chances with your WR3.

Statistically, the Panthers allow most WRs receptions, so it could be a profitable day for T.Y. Hilton if it is healthy. The Cardinals also allow a lot of catches for receivers, which is another reason for Metcalf (and obviously Tyler Lockett). The Ravens and Seahawks also rank in the WR’s seven leagues, so guys like Jarvis Landry, Odell Beckham Jr. and Christian Kirk could put a few more points in PPR championships, but we worry about their QBs enough to limit them to WR2 / 3 status.

The Chiefs, Bengals, Patriots, Broncos and Chargers allowed less WR catches this year. The lowly Chiefs might surprise people and certainly do not help the prospects of Allen Robinson and Anthony Miller. The former is a must-start, and the latter, which is red hot in the last five games, will be difficult to sit on as well. However, you know exactly that its upward position is more limited than you think. This also applies to Danny Amendola vs. the Broncos.

Reminder: Check back for updates during the week.

Week 16 PPR Rank: WRs

Week 16 DFS: Line Builder

These rankings are for full-time PPR championships.

Order
Player
1
Michael Thomas, NO @ TEN
2
DeAndre Hopkins, HOU @ TB
3
Julio Jones, ATL vs. JAX
4
Davante Adams, GB @ MIN
5
Keenan Allen, LAC vs. OAK
6
Amari Cooper, DAL @ PHI
7
Courtland Sutton, DEN v. DET
8
Tyler Lockett, SEA vs. ARZ
9
Tyreek Hill, KC @ CHI
10
Breshad Perriman, TB vs. HOU
11
DeVante Parker, ONE vs. CIN
12
Tyler Boyd, CIN @ ONE
13
Allen Robinson, CHI vs. KC
14
DJ. Moore, CAR @ IND
15
Stefon Diggs, MIN vs. GB
16
Will Fuller V, HOU @ TB
17
Mike Williams, LAC vs. OAK
18
Jarvis Landry, CLE vs. BAL
19
Julian Edelman, NE vs. BUF
20
Terry McLaurin, WAS vs. NYG
21
T.Y. Hilton, IND vs. CAR
22
Cooper Kupp, LAR @ SF
23
Adam Thielen, MIN vs GB
24
Kenny Golladay, DET @ DEN
25
A.J. Brown, NOT for NO
26
Odell Beckham Jr., CLE vs. BAL
27
Chris Conley, JAX @ ATL
28
Golden Tate, NYG @ WAS
29
Christian Kirk, ARZ @ SEA
30
Emmanuel Sanders, SF vs. LAR
31
Michael Gallup, DAL @ PHI
32
DK Metcalf, SEA vs. ARZ
33
Robert Woods, LAR @ SF
34
Marquise Brown, BAL @ CLE
35
Anthony Miller, CHI vs. KC
36
John Brown, BUF @ NE
37
Deebo Samuel, SF vs. LAR
38
Justin Watson, TB vs. HOU
39
James Washington, PIT @ NYJ
40
Dede Westbrook, JAX @ ATL
41
Sterling Shepard, NYG @ WAS
42
Russell Gage, ATL vs. JAX
43
Danny Amendola, DET @ DEN
44
Darius Slayton, NYG @ WAS
45
Keelan Cole, JAX @ ATL
46
Jamison Crowder, NYJ vs. PIT
47
Kenny Stills, HOU @ TB
48
Nelson Agholor, PHI vs. DAL
49
Curtis Samuel, CAR @ IND
50
Diontae Johnson, PIT @ NYJ
51
Larry Fitzgerald, ARZ @ SEA
52
Cole Beasley, BUF @ NE
53
Robby Anderson, NYJ vs. PIT
54
Tyrell Williams, CAC @ LAC
55
Tim Patrick, DEN vs. DET
56
Alex Erickson, CIN @ MIA
57
Steven Sims Jr., WAS vs. NYG
58
Corey Davis, TEN vs. NO
59
Brandin Cooks, LAR @ SF
60
Zach Pascal, IND vs. CAR
61
Albert Wilson, MIA v. CIN
62
Marcus Johnson, IND vs. CAR
63
John Ross III, CIN @ MIA
64
Greg Ward, PHI vs. DAL
65
Kendrick Bourne, SF vs. LAR
66
Randall Cobb, DAL @ PHI
67
Sammy Watkins, KC @ CHI
68
Mohamed Sanu, NE vs. BUF
69
Mecole Hardman, KC @ CHI
70
Willie Snead, BAL @ CLE
71
Josh Gordon, SEA vs. ARZ
72
Allen Lazard, GB @ MIN
73
Ted Ginn Jr., NO @ TEN
74
Phillip Dorsett, NE vs. BUF
75
Josh Reynolds, LAR @ SF
76
Tre’Quan Smith, NO @ TEN
77
Marquez Valdes-Scantling, GB @ MIN
78
Demarcus Robinson, KC @ CHI
79
Geronimo Allison, GB @ MIN
80
Olabisi Johnson, MIN vs GB

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