Fantasy Football: Ranking the Top 50 Wide Receivers for 2015

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Dec 20, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers receiver Anquan Boldin (81) carries the ball against the San Diego Chargers at Levi’s Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

33. Michael Floyd, ARI: Floyd has all of the tools to succeed as an outside receiver in the NFL. He is a legitimate deep threat with impressive red zone skills. Floyd will have to fight for targets with the other receivers in Arizona’s offense, but this is an aggressive passing offense where many targets should be available.

This could be the year where Floyd finally steps up to be the number one guy in a potentially elite offense. However, the downside where he is continues to disappear at times is certainly real as well. Significant upside, but there are certainly some concerns.

32. Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers: There are few NFL receivers who can match the consistency of Boldin. We pretty much know what we are going to get from him now, and in a PPR league, it is strong and consistent production. Boldin is a targets monster who is extremely reliable in all areas of the field. There may not be significant upside, but Boldin is a guy who you trot out there every week and know he is going to produce.

31. Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: After putting up high touchdowns totals almost consistently throughout his NFL career, Jackson only caught two touchdown passes last season. Was it the poor quarterback play? Maybe, and if that is the case first overall pick Jameis Winston should help Jackson out. Are his skills deteriorating? Probably not, because he still brought in 70 receptions for 1,002 yards. Has Mike Evans taken too many of his touchdown opportunities? This one is certainly possible, but Evans is not going anywhere, anytime soon.

Jackson has been a consistent performer in the past, and it will be interesting to see if he can get back on track, or if this is a sign of things to come. There is some risk in selecting Jackson, but he is a proven player with plenty of upside.

30. Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons: While he is not the fantasy superstar that he once was, Roddy White certainly still has some value. His upside is limited, because of his equally limited skill-set, but White is still a very productive receiver who knows how to get open. I expect him to continue to make some noise, although mostly in the short-to-intermediate passing game. White is one who has much more value in a PPR league.

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