2015 Fantasy Football: Wide Receiver Rankings (Part 3)

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66.) Philip Dorsett, Colts – The Colts already have T.Y. Hilton, but drafted a potential clone in Dorsett. Like Hilton, Dorsett is under-sized with world class speed and could connect on a few deep balls with Andrew Luck in 2015. Dorsett’s route running needs a lot of work and he is probably the WR4 right now on the Colts depth chart, but has enough talent to warrant an end of the draft dice roll.

67.) Doug Baldwin, Seahawks – His catch and yardage stats have increased the last few years, but with Jimmy Graham, Tyler Lockett, Chris Matthews, and 2nd-year player Paul Richardson in the mix this year I think Baldwins targets could decrease significantly this season.

68.) DeVante Parker, Dolphins – Could be the most talented of the Dolphins WRs, but a foot injury has kept Parker out of training camp and it’s unknown when he’ll return. Parker could replace Mike Wallace as the Phins deep threat, but Tannehill has struggled with accuracy on the long ball. Between the injury, a crowded depth chart at WR, and Tannehill’s Cutler-esque deep balls, it could be a disappointing rookie season for Parker.

69.) Dorial Green-Beckham, Titans – Has the size, speed, and natural athleticism to be a dominant receiver, but hasn’t played football in over a year, has serious off-field red flags, and the Titans will be starting a rookie at QB (Mariota). He has the potential to be a Pro Bowl receiver, but could also be out of the league in three years. Risky pick, but a tempting late round flyer.

70.) Stevie Johnson, Chargers – Had a few nice years with the Bills, but has averaged only 43 catches, 516 yards, and 3 TDs over the last two seasons. There is a little buzz about Stevie this season due to the fact that the Chargers have little else at WR, but I think Stevie is close to done as a fantasy asset.