Week 10 Wide Receiver Rankings: NFL Fantasy Football 2015

Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant caught his first touchdown of the season in Week 9. (Getty)

Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant caught his first touchdown of the season in Week 9. (Getty)

Before getting to the Week 10 wide receiver rankings, let’s take a look at some facts and figures from the position from this season.

Three sets of teammates have eclipsed the 600-yard mark for the season. Denver’s Demaryius Thomas (745) and Emmanuel Sanders (639); Jacksonville’s Allen Robinson (707) and Allen Hurns (635); and New Orleans’ Willie Snead (626) and Brandin Cooks (603). Those last two duos were so obvious, huh?

— Atlanta’s Julio Jones is on pace for 142 receptions and 1,829 yards. I don’t think he makes either mark.

— The Texan’s DeAndre Hopkins hasn’t been targeted less than 11 times in a game this season.

— Of receivers with at least 70 targets, Arizona’s Larry Fitzgerald has the best catch percentage at 78.5 (55 receptions on 70 targets). San Diego’s Keenan Allen is second at 75 percent (67 of 89). Allen is out for the year.

— Tampa Bay’s Mike Evans has caught just 32 of 72 targets for a 44.4 catch percentage. Jacksonville’s Allen Robinson (40 of 82 targets for 48.7 percent) and the Colts’ T.Y. Hilton (48.8 percent on 43 of 88) are close behind. Their quarterbacks might be inaccurate, but at least these WRs are getting passes thrown their way.

— Fitzgerald and Julian Edelman of the Patriots are on pace for 14 TD receptions apiece. Dez Bryant led the all receivers with 16 a season ago. Fitzgerald’s best mark is 13 back in 2009; Edelman has already set a career-high.

Remember 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: Chargers, Colts, Falcons and 49ers

Here are my top 50 wide receiver rankings for Week 10:

1. Odell Beckham Jr., Giants, vs. Patriots

2. DeAndre Hopkins, Texans, at Bengals

3. Julian Edelman, Patriots, at Giants

4. Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, vs. Chiefs

5. Dez Bryant, Cowboys, at Buccaneers

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

7. Calvin Johnson, Lions, at Packers

8. Emmanuel Sanders, Broncos, vs. Chiefs

9. Allen Robinson, Jaguars, at Ravens

10. Randall Cobb, Packers, vs. Lions

11. Alshon Jeffery, Bears, at Rams

12. Jarvis Landry, Dolphins, at Eagles

13. Brandon Marshall, Jets, vs. Bills

14. Antonio Brown, Steelers, vs. Browns

15. Amari Cooper, Raiders, vs. Vikings

16. Brandin Cooks, Saints, at Redskins

17. Mike Evans, Buccaneers, vs. Cowboys

18. Allen Hurns, Jaguars, at Ravens

19. Stefon Diggs, Vikings, at Raiders

20. Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals, at Seahawks

21. James Jones, Packers, vs. Lions

22. Michael Crabtree, Raiders, vs. Vikings

23. Martavis Bryant, Steelers, vs. Browns

24. Eric Decker, Jets, vs. Bills

25. Jordan Matthews, Eagles, vs. Dolphins

26. DeSean Jackson, Redskins, vs. Saints

27. Travis Benjamin, Browns, at Steelers

28. Brandon LaFell, Patriots, at Giants

29. Rishard Matthews, Dolphins, at Eagles

30. Sammy Watkins, Bills, at Jets

31. Jeremy Maclin, Chiefs, at Broncos

32. John Brown, Cardinals, at Seahawks

33. Willie Snead, Saints, at Redskins

34. Kamar Aiken, Ravens, vs. Jaguars

35. Tavon Austin, Rams, vs. Bears

36. Marvin Jones, Bengals, vs. Texans

37. Golden Tate, Lions, at Packers

38. Pierre Garcon, Redskins, vs. Saints

39. Nate Washington, Texans, at Bengals

40. Davante Adams, Packers, vs. Lions

41. Kendall Wright, Titans, vs. Panthers

42. Rueben Randle, Giants, vs. Patriots

43. Jamison Crowder, Redskins, vs. Saints

44. Devin Funchess, Panthers, at Titans

45. Doug Baldwin, Seahawks, vs. Cardinals

46. Marques Colston, Saints, at Redskins

47. Mohamed Sanu, Bengals, vs. Texans

48. Cecil Shorts, Texans, at Bengals

49. Michael Floyd, Cardinals, at Seahawks

50. Ted Ginn Jr., Panthers, at Titans

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