25. Rishard Matthews, Tenn
Matthews is not one who is likely to be up to his numbers that he had last year, with a top 5 pick running up his alley but, with the continued improvement of Mariota, and the connection that has been relied on in Rishard, this may continue for a large portion of the season.
24. Golden Tate, Det
Tate has a consistent kind of feel to him, as his development with the new team should continue with not real depth at this position on this team besides Jones Jr, who was already ranked.
23. Jamison Crowder, Wash
Will Jamison be crowded out of a demand for the football with Free agents and Last year’s rookie Doctson taking over? Not really since Crowder has carved out his own clot receiver role.
22. Quincy Anunwa, NYJ
Forgive me if I botched the name, but the #1 receiver now in New York, well not including the NYGs, is Quincy, and his targets should rise some, even without a dependable QB it seems.
21. Keenan Allen, SD
Allen can continue to try and pick up where left off in his rookie year as a top 12 receiver if healthy. The durability concerns may have been the major reason for drafting Mike Williams. We will hopefully get more games out of Allen though.
20. Terrelle Pryor Sr., Wash
I love Pryor as a fit for this team, and the upside is great here to move up during the season, as a seasoned QB, connecting with a better QB, then he had in Cleveland.
19. Doug Baldwin, Sea
Baldwin is not as highly ranked here as you will see in other rankings from experts, but Baldwin has proven to be one of those sneaky plays that owners will draft in start as a #2 option in standard and PPR leagues.
18. Mike Crabtree, LOS
I loved the production you got out of Crabtree last year, and as a former high first round pick, he is living up to the potential, now as a veteran on a really good team as the #2 Wideout there and deservedly on Fantasy teams
17. Damarius Thomas, Den
Thomas always has the upside, but not the QB. Dont’ see him gaining any kind of form he once had in 2012, but still probably a #2 fantasy option
16. Jarvis Landry, Mia
As the LSU product gets better every year, the limitations on the offense probably keep him this low. He could very well be the best slot WR in the NFL.