Fantasy Football Rankings 2015: NFL Week 6 Wide Receivers

Patriots receiver  Julian Edelman is averaging over 8 receptions per game. (Getty)

Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is averaging over 8 receptions per game. (Getty)

If you’re a wide receiver in the NFL, you injure your hamstrings. It’s what you do.

Right off the top of my head, I can name four top receivers in the league who are battling hammy issues. So let’s take a look at them and see if we can shed any light on their respective Week 6 statuses.

Odell Beckham Jr., Giants — Beckham was injured Sunday, but returned late in the game, which is obviously a good sign for his Week 6 status. ODB and Eli Manning are really finding their groove and since the Giants and Eagles play on Monday night, the stud WR will get an extra day to rest. He’s at the top of my rankings this week. Of course that changes if he is held out.

DeSean Jackson, Redskins — Jackson has yet to play in a game this season and if he does return for Week 6, he’ll face the Jets, who have been playing suffocating pass defense. This is far from an ideal matchup.

Alshon Jeffery, Bears — The Bears have been tight-lipped on Jeffery, who has missed the past 4 games. This isn’t a good sign and right I’d plan to be without Jeffery for Week 6. In fact, I didn’t even include him the below rankings.

Julio Jones, Falcons — Jones missed practice Tuesday and is questionable for Week 6’s game vs. the Saints. Unfortunately, the game is Thursday night. It looks like Jones will be a true game-time decision, but has said nothing will keep him out. Be sure to check his status prior to the game.

Each week I’ll be posting fantasy football rankings for quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends and defenses/special teams. Bookmark our fantasy football rankings 2015 page to keep up-to-date on the latest projections and rankings so you know you who to start and who to sit.

Here are my top 50 wide receivers for Week 6:

1. Odell Beckham Jr., Giants, at Eagles (questionable – hamstring)

2. Julian Edelman, Patriots, at Colts

3. Julio Jones, Falcons, at Saints (questionable – hamstring)

4. DeAndre Hopkins, Texans, at Jaguars

5. A.J. Green, Bengals, at Bills

6. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, at Steelers

7. Brandon Marshall, Jets, vs. Redskins

8. Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, at Browns

9. Jeremy Maclin, Chiefs, at Vikings

10. Calvin Johnson, Lions, vs. Bears

11. Randall Cobb, Packers, vs. Chargers

12. Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos, at Browns

13. T.Y. Hilton, Colts, vs. Patriots

14. Jordan Matthews, Eagles, vs. Giants

15. Keenan Allen, Chargers, at Packers

16. Antonio Brown, Steelers, vs. Cardinals

17. Steve Smith, Ravens, at 49ers (questionable – back)

18. Brandin Cooks, Saints, vs. Falcons

19. Kendall Wright, Titans, vs. Dolphins

20. Allen Robinson, Jaguars, vs. Texans

21. Travis Benjamin, Browns, vs. Broncos

22. Jarvis Landry, Dolphins, at Titans

23. John Brown, Cardinals, at Steelers

24. James Jones, Packers, vs. Chargers

25. Allen Hurns, Jaguars, vs. Texans

26. Eric Decker, Jets, vs. Redskins

27. Mike Wallace, Vikings, vs. Chiefs

28. Golden Tate, Lions, vs. Bears

29. Kamar Aiken, Ravens, at 49ers

30. Anquan Boldin, 49ers, vs. Ravens

31. Doug Baldwin, Seahawks, vs. Panthers

32. Marquess Wilson, Bears, at Lions

33. Marvin Jones, Bengals, at Bills

34. Willie Snead, Saints, vs. Falcons

35. Rishard Matthews, Dolphins, at Titans

36. DeSean Jackson, Redskins, at Jets (questionable – hamstring)

37. Rueben Randle, Giants, at Eagles (questionable – hamstring)

38. Andre Johnson, Colts, vs. Patriots

39. Torrey Smith, 49ers, vs. Ravens

40. Jermaine Kearse, Seahawks, vs. Panthers

41. Stefon Diggs, Vikings, vs. Chiefs

42. Percy Harvin, Bills, vs. Bengals

43. Ted Ginn Jr., Panthers, at Seahawks

44. Mohamed Sanu, Bengals, at Bills

45. Donte Moncrief, Colts, vs. Patriots

46. Pierre Garcon, Redskins, at Jets

47. Ty Montgomery, Packers, vs. Chargers

48. Roddy White, Falcons, at Saints

49. Lance Moore, Lions, vs. Bears

50. Malcolm Floyd, Chargers, at Packers


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