Fantasy Football Rankings 2015: Wide Receivers Week 9 NFL

Falcons receiver  Julio Jones just had his best game since Week 3. (Getty)

Falcons receiver Julio Jones just had his best game since Week 3. (Getty)

With the trade deadline coming up in most fantasy football leagues, let’s take a look at a few wide receivers you should be looking to acquire.

Randall Cobb, Packers — To say fantasy owners are frustrated with Cobb would be an understatement. He hasn’t scored since Week 3 and has just a single 100-yard game. While Cobb misses the defensive attention the injured Jordy Nelson received, Aaron Rodgers is still the Packers quarterback. And last time I checked, that’s a very good thing (well, maybe not in Week 8). See if you can pry Cobb away from his fed-up owner.

Mike Evans, Buccaneers — Evans is finally getting fully healthy and Jameis Winston is beginning to resemble an NFL quarterback. The 20 targets Evans has seen over the past 2 games is going to become the norm. Strike now before his value gets too high.

Jordan Matthews, Eagles — The Eagles pass offense is a wreck right now. But who else does Sam Bradford have to throw to? Exactly. While his game numbers have gotten progressively worse by the week, Matthews is seeing a healthy 9 targets per game. You can get him on the cheap and the upside is certainly there.

Don’t forget to 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 each week.

Bye weeks: Cardinals, Lions, Chiefs, Ravens, Seahawks and Texans

Here are my top 50 wide receiver rankings for Week 9:

1. Julio Jones, Falcons, at 49ers

2. Odell Beckham Jr., Giants, at Buccaneers

3. Antonio Brown, Steelers, vs. Oakland

4. Julian Edelman, Patriots, vs. Redskins

5. Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, at Colts

6. A.J. Green, Bengals, vs. Browns

7. Alshon Jeffery, Bears, at Chargers

8. Amari Cooper, Raiders, at Steelers

9. Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos, at Colts

10. Randall Cobb, Packers, at Panthers

11. Jarvis Landry, Dolphins, at Bills

12. Brandin Cooks, Saints, vs. Titans

13. Travis Benjamin, Browns, at Bengals

14. Stefon Diggs, Vikings, vs. Rams

15. Mike Evans, Buccaneers, vs. Giants

16. Brandon Marshall, Jets, vs. Jaguars (questionable)

17. Martavis Bryant, Steelers, vs. Raiders

18. T.Y. Hilton, Colts, vs. Broncos

19. Dez Bryant, Cowboys, vs. Eagles

20. Allen Robinson, Jaguars, at Jets

21. Michael Crabtree, Raiders, at Steelers

22. Tavon Austin, Rams, at Vikings

23. Rishard Matthews, Dolphins, at Bills

24. Jordan Matthews, Eagles, at Cowboys

25. Pierre Garcon, Redskins, at Patriots

26. Allen Hurns, Jaguars, at Jets

27. Malcolm Floyd, Chargers, vs. Bears

28. Willie Snead, Saints, vs. Titans

29. Eric Decker, Jets, vs. Jaguars

30. James Jones, Packers, at Panthers

31. DeSean Jackson, Redskins, at Patriots (questionable)

32. Robert Woods, Bills, vs. Dolphins

33. Dwayne Harris, Giants, at Buccaneers

34. Brandon LaFell, Patriots, vs. Redskins

35. Marvin Jones, Bengals, vs. Browns

36. Torrey Smith, 49ers, vs. Falcons

37. Ted Ginn Jr., Panthers, vs. Packers

38. Marques Colston, Saints, vs. Titans

39. Terrance Williams, Cowboys, vs. Eagles

40. Chris Hogan, Bills, vs. Dolphins

41. Andre Johnson, Colts, vs. Broncos

42. Stevie Johnson, Chargers, vs. Bears

43. Anquan Boldin, 49ers, vs. Falcons (questionable)

44. Dorial Green-Beckham, Titans, at Saints

45. Roddy White, Falcons, at 49ers

46. Mohamed Sanu, Bengals, vs. Browns

47. Rueben Randle, Giants, at Buccaneers (questionable)

48. Jeremy Kerley, Jets, vs. Jaguars

49. Jamison Crowder, Redskins, at Patriots

50. Danny Amendola, Patriots, vs. Redskins