Best Projected NFL Fantasy Wide Receivers of 2017htoutlaws2012 This is probably the deepest postilion in the fantasy draft, you could find plenty of steals in the late rounds if you wanted to find a backup that can be pretty good. Then you got your the top guys in the game which go pretty quick as well. These dudes are just can't refuse to pick em.
The Top Ten
Coming off of a great 2016, Julio is at the top not only because he is almost guaranteed to put up an amazing performance. Julio might be the next Larry Fitzgerald for all we know which is a good thing. - htoutlaws2012
An absolute beast on the field, for the most part he beats most of the guys that cover him, but his just that impossible to stop when his wide open, and putting up a stellar performance. My only concern is if Big Ben gets hurt, then the backup QB comes in then you might be screwed because Landry Jones apparently doesn't know who to throw it to half the time. - htoutlaws2012
The guy is still in his prime defining one star catching ability, but hopefully he won't be a hot head when it comes to not having a great performance on a consistent basics. Another receiver I would look even though I did not include him on here is Brandon Marshall. Yes his in he's 30's, but I would take that chance since every where he goes in his first year does great. - htoutlaws2012
T.Y Hilton is probably the only Colts player I would take if his still around near the end of the second round. Hilton can be up great games, but maybe not all 16 games. I mean Andrew Luck is so high on the rankings while his of the top 5 best players of his own team. Luck is a very risky pick that high up, meanwhile Hilton is somebody I rather have since that team is just ugh... - htoutlaws2012
While I think the Bengals are going to have a rude awakening in 2017 based on how crippled the o-line looks. A.J Green on the other hand is a very solid player to have as long as Dalton does not have a meltdown then fantasy owners should be satisfied. - htoutlaws2012
When started out I fought is there really #1 Seahawks have well at they proved me wrong with Doug Baldwin. The last 2 years he has been nothing, but stellar. Russell Wilson while he may not put up great games in term in fantasy which he may be alright and all, but translate into fantasy his someone you do not want as your starting QB. Baldwin is a great choice to have since that division is beyond not what it once was, and I expect more greatness out of Baldwin. - htoutlaws2012
Aaron Rodgers very understandable, Jordy Nelson like Brandon Marshall in his 30's might a little bit of a stretch to go after unlike last year bouncing back from his big injury loss in 2015. He had a mix of great to diddly squat when it came to what Rodgers was going to do all 16 games. I still say go for him, but just in case find a sleeping in round 9 or 10 if your not that confident in Nelson. - htoutlaws2012
Patriots pulled a Kevin Durant I kid you not, Brandin Cooks in his first two years was very solid, and him going to New England makes the pats slightly more dangerous on offense. He should give you a 1,000 yard season so I like those odds when it comes to Cooks. - htoutlaws2012
While he was very disappointing last year for unknown reason (maybe because osweiler just plain out sucks) he could bounce back very quickly. I have faith in Hopkins wanting to step up again, and with a rookie QB, I do think I would give him a second chance. - htoutlaws2012
Coming into a new system is usually not easy, but Jeffrey coming into Philly is a blessing. They may treat him better than they did the last deal that they made which was awful, but anyways Wentz has his three Wide outs so things should get a lot more interesting in the NFC East. - htoutlaws2012
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