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Top 10 Fantasy Football Wide Receivers 2014

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Football season is just around the corner and that means Fantasy Football Drafts are happening now.

We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 NFL wide receivers for the upcoming season based on an average of rankings from the top Fantasy Football writers in the business.

The rankings averaged are a combination of ESPN, Yahoo Sports , CBS Sports , Fox Sports , NFL.com‘s to create the most accurate list of WRs you want on your Fantasy team.

Here’s what you need to know about the wide receivers:


1. Calvin Johnson

RECEIVING STATS

2013 Regular Season:
YDS- 433
TD- 4
AVG (yds per catch)- 14.0
REC (receptions)- 31

Career:
YDS- 1,762
TD- 13
AVG (yds per catch)- 13.0
REC (receptions)- 136

Cobb is a clutch WR for Aaron Rodgers and luckily for fantasy owners, he is Rodger’s go-to slot guy allowing him to put up three two-figure numbers in his first four games for the fantasy league.

He was on a roll until he broke his leg in the 6th week, putting him on the sideline until the 17th week. This leaves a lot of guessing as to his performance next season, but if he is able to stay off of the IR, he could be deadly. He was ranked 9th in the league among WRs with 11.8 points per game. The question is how much time will he be spending on the field.

According to FOX Sports‘ Paul Imig:

Cobb is No. 6 on this list because there’s no reason to believe that 2014 won’t be the year that he does elevate up to “star” status. There are fewer trusted options for quarterback Aaron Rodgers to throw to than there have been in recent years, and Cobb will benefit from that.


To see the full list of wide receiver rankings from the cited sources, click the links below:

ESPN

Yahoo Sports

CBS Sports

Fox Sports

NFL.com


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