Fantasy Football Power Rankings 2014: Wide Receiver

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May 29, 2014; Ashburn, VA, USA; Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson (1) talks with Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss (89) during organized team activities at Redskins Park. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

How important is a wide receiver to your fantasy football team?

We hear so much about the importance of the multi purpose running backs who can run and catch, or the big name quarter backs who put up huge numbers week in and week out. However, a game changing receiver on your roster is must-have too.

With that said, lets take a look at how the best wideouts stack up fantasy wise.


Mike Wallace

WR, Miami Dolphins

Wallace was a bit of a disappointment last year finishing as the 25th overall fantasy WR. However, there is still untapped upside here, especially with the Miami offense changing.

Golden Tate

WR, Detroit Lions

Coming off a career year where he caught 64 receptions for 898 yards and 5 scores, Tate’s numbers have been suppressed by the Seahawks’ run-heavy offense, but that won’t be an issue in Detroit.Tate should push for 1,000+ yards and 6-8 TD’s

Percy Harvin

WR, Seattle Seahawks

Upside is obviously there but this guy just can’t stay healthy. I expect a lot of people to draft Harvin far too early on draft day.

DeSean Jackson

WR, Washington Redskins

Will have competition for targets and RG3 is a tad shaky, but there’s also tons of upside in this system. Remember to start him vs the Eagles.

Victor Cruz

WR, New York Giants

Health is an issue and had down 2013. If he returns to 2012 form however, he could end up an awesome value for your team.
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