2015 Fantasy Football: Wide Receiver Rankings (Part 2)

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46.) Kenny Stills, Dolphins – Had the best catch rate on deep balls in the league last season and will be joining a team with an improving QB and other talented receiving options. The talent around him may limit his targets, but it won’t take many targets for Stills to be an impact fantasy player. Stills could have a big season if Tannehill can get better at deep balls.

47.) Michael Crabtree, Raiders – Anyone who read my fantasy articles last year knows that I’m not a Crabtree fan, but I’m hearing good things out of Raiders training camp. The former 1st round pick had trouble finding a job this offseason which is how he ended up in Oakland on just a one-year, $3M deal. Crabtree seems motivated to rebuild his value and he’s finally playing with a decent QB in Derek Carr. Rookie Amari Cooper should draw most of the attention, which could lead to plenty of single coverage for a Crabtree and a return to his 2012 form (85/1105/9).

48.) Marvin Jones, Bengals – Missed last season with a foot injury, but had 10 TDs in 2013 in just his second season. Jones is reportedly 100% healthy now and in line to start as the WR2 for the Bengals. With A.J. Green drawing most of the secondary’s attention, Jones should be able to get free often and put up similar stats to his 2013 line (51, 713, 10) with the upside for more.

49.) Davante Adams, Packers – Had an inconsistent rookie season with a couple of huge games (117 yards, 121 yards) including a seven catch game against Dallas in the playoffs. Reports out of OTAs and training camp have Adams dominating and he should see a bigger role in the Packers offense in 2015. He’ll always be the 3rd option behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, but should still see enough targets to earn a spot as your WR3 or Flex option.

50.) Percy Harvin, Bills – It was hard enough to trust Harvin with the Bills QB suckhole, but with the recent news that he has another hip injury… I’m out. If he is available for a dollar or two or with one of my last two picks then maybe, but there are too many things to worry about for me to make any investment in Harvin this year.

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