Fantasy Football WR Rankings: Week 10

The wide receiver group is deep this year, so you can get away with starting a lot of different players. If you're torn between a few players, use my rankings to figure out who to start and who to sit. I list the top 50 because there aren't any worth playing beyond that.

Byes: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers & Washington Redskins

Last Update: Nov. 8

Other Rankings: QB, RB, WR, TE, DEF

Rank & Player Opponent Notes
1. Antonio Brown, PIT @NYJ Brown has been nothing short of spectacular this year.
2. Demaryius Thomas, DEN @OAK Thomas is always a safe start and has a good matchup.
3. Jordy Nelson, GB CHI Nelson has been on fire.
4. Julio Jones, ATL @TB A very nice matchup for Julio.
5. Jeremy Maclin, PHI CAR Maclin has an incredible amount of targets. Keep playing him.
6. Randall Cobb, GB @NO Given that the Packers throw the ball a ton, Cobb is safe play.
7. Calvin Johnson, DET MIA Looks like Calvin will return this week.
8. Dez Bryant, DAL @JAC Hopefully Romo plays. Bryant isn't as good with Weeden at QB. Then again, who is?
9. Emmanuel Sanders, DEN @OAK Sanders has been killing it lately.
10. Brandon Marshall, CHI @GB Marshall hasn't looked himself. I think he returns to form following his bye.
11. A.J. Green, CIN CLE Green played last week and looked good enough. UPDATE: A disappointing 2 points for Green. I blame Dalton.
12. Alshon Jeffery, CHI @GB Jeffery hasn't put up massive outputs, but has produce mostly solid ones. He's worth playing.
13. Kelvin Benjamin, CAR @PHI Benjamin caught just two passes last week, but had 10 targets. Don't panic.
14. Sammy Watkins, BUF @NYJ Watkins is questionable with an injury. Be careful with him.
15. Roddy White, ATL @TB A solid matchup this week for White.
16. Golden Tate, DET MIA Johnson should be back, which hurts Tate's value. He's still worth playing though.
17. Mohamed Sanu, CIN CLE Even with Green back, Sanu is a viable flex play. UPDATE: Another victim of Green's poor play.
18. Mike Wallace, MIA @DET Not an ideal matchup for Wallace this week.
19. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI STL Fitz has looked better lately. Hopefully that continues.
20. Steve Smith, BAL TEN Smith hasn't played great lately, but he's still getting plenty of targets.
21. Odell Beckham, NYG @SEA Two straight big games for Beckham. He is available in a surprising amount of leagues.
22. Vincent Jackson, TB ATL Jackson is starting to turn into a boom-or-bust player.
23. Percy Harvin, NYJ PIT Playing with Vick should help Harvin.
24. Martavis Bryant, PIT @NYJ All Bryant does is catch TD passes.
25. Mike Evans, TB ATL Evans has been outplaying Jackson lately.
26. Michael Floyd, ARI STL Floyd has been inconsistent, so be careful playing him.
27. Eric Decker, NYJ PIT Decker needs touchdowns to be worth playing, and that's tough to bank on.
28. Michael Crabtree, SF @NO It's a good matchup for Crabtree, but he hasn't produced much this season.
29. Doug Baldwin, SEA NYG No Harvin really helps Baldwin. He's available in a surprising amount of leagues.
30. Brandin Cooks, NO SF Cooks has been really inconsistent this season.
31. Torrey Smith, BAL TEN Don't fall for the TD trap. He's not catching many passes.
32. Rueben Randle, NYG @SEA Tough matchup for Randle this week.
33. Terrance Williams, DAL @JAC See Bryant, Dez.
34. Marques Colston, NO SF Colston is often a boom-or-bust play.
35. Anquan Boldin, SF @NO I don't trust Boldin very much.
36. Allen Robinson, JAC DAL Robinson has actually put up solid numbers lately.
37. Andre Holmes, OAK DEN Holmes is completely boom-or-bust.
38. Kendall Wright, TEN @BAL Until Wright becomes consistent, he is a backup at best right now.
39. Davante Adams, GB CHI A good matchup for Adams, who has put up at least seven points in four straight weeks.
40. James Jones, OAK DEN Someone has to catch passes in Oakland.
41. Justin Hunter, TEN @BAL I think Hunter's 15 point effort in Week 5 was a fluke. We'll see if that changes.
42. Cecil Shorts, JAC DAL Shorts doesn't have a great matchup and hasn't shown any consistency.
43. John Brown, ARI STL Brown is too inconsistent to trust right now.
44. Jordan Matthews, PHI CAR He gets plenty of targets, but not enough to merit playing.
45. Dwayne Bowe, KC @BUF Do you trust Bowe? Cause I don't.
46. Markus Wheaton, PIT @NYJ Wheaton has been a beneficiary of Big Ben's great play.
47. Riley Cooper, PHI CAR A lot of teams are on bye.
48. Allen Hurns, JAC DAL Hurns is the epitome of a boom-or-bust player.
49. Miles Austin, CLE @CIN Pencil in 3-5 points for Austin each week. UPDATE: And Austin put up 4 points.
50. Andrew Hawkins, CLE @CIN Hawkins has played well lately, but he's a bit banged up. UPDATE: Hawkins is out for Thursday

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