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31. Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts
Outlook: Prior to tearing his ACL against Denver, Wayne was on pace to catch over 80 passes last season. That would’ve followed up a 106-catch 2012 season. The Colts did sign Hakeem Nicks in the off-season, though, and they have several young skill players developing, so Wayne’s likely to fall short of the paces he’s set over the last two years.
Projections: 81 receptions, 1,050 receiving yards, 4 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
32. Wes Welker, Denver Broncos
Outlook: Under PPR scoring, you’d expect to see Welker in the top 20, but he was a more productive player in New England than Denver. In addition, age and injuries take their toll. Let someone else draft him too soon.
Projections: 77 receptions, 827 receiving yards, & 7 touchdowns
33. Percy Harvin, Seattle Seahawks
Outlook: Durability issues will haunt Harvin owners. He has tremendous upside playing with one of the best quarterbacks in football, but his availability is always questionable. The Seahawks also play a run-oriented offense.
Projections: 66 receptions, 995 total yards (185 rushing), 6 touchdowns (1 rushing), & 1 fumble
34. Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins
Outlook: Hartline would be a more reliable fantasy player if he found the end zone more. He caught a whopping four touchdowns last season, and that was his career-high.
Projections: 74 receptions, 1,047 receiving yards, & 2 touchdowns
35. Brandin Cooks, New Orleans Saints
Outlook: A legitimate rookie of the year contender, Cooks will take on Darren Sproles’ old responsibilities. The Saints will move him around the offense, likely utilizing his skill set in the backfield. Unlike Sproles, however, Cooks is good enough to emerge as a full-time receiver. Regardless of his rookie status, it’s going to be difficult for Sean Payton to keep him off the field.
Projections: 70 receptions, 843 total yards (199 rushing), & 6 touchdowns (1 rushing)
36. Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys
Outlook: The Cowboys see Williams as their deep-threat, while Jason Witten draws Tony Romo’s attention underneath. As a result, Williams isn’t likely to catch more than 60 passes this season.
Projections: 55 receptions, 1,017 total yards (16 rushing), 6 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
37. Emmanuel Sanders, Denver Broncos
Outlook: The long-term outlook for Sanders looks good. Denver sees a future that has Sanders lining up in the slot, with Cody Latimer and Demaryius Thomas at split end and flanker, respectively. Those plans are likely a year away, however, as the presence of Welker prevents Sanders from fulfilling his true potential in this offense.
Projections: 66 receptions, 939 receiving yards, 5 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
38. Robert Woods, Buffalo Bills
Outlook: A second-year receiver out of USC, Woods is the favorite to replace Stevie Johnson in Buffalo. The Bills want to move Watkins around the offense, so somebody needs to absorb Johnson’s old responsibilities. That somebody is Woods.
Projections: 74 receptions, 899 total yards (32 rushing), & 4 touchdowns
39. Julian Edelman, New England Patriots
Outlook: Edelman will lose a ton of underneath targets to running back Shane Vereen, who is now healthy after an injury-plagued season. Edelman will not match his totals from ‘13, so his status in PPR (and standard) leagues is not as great as one would think.
Projections: 77 receptions, 800 receiving yards, & 5 touchdowns
40. Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers
Outlook: Baring an injury, Boldin’s best season in San Francisco already happened last year. The addition of Johnson and growing role of Michael Crabtree weighs heavily on the veteran’s fantasy status.
Projections: 65 receptions, 904 receiving yards, & 5 touchdowns
41. Justin Hunter, Tennessee Titans
Outlook: The sky is the limit for Hunter, who the Titans expect to emerge as their No. 2 receiving threat. His combination of athleticism and size gives him tremendous upside.
Projections: 69 receptions, 924 receiving yards, & 4 touchdowns
42. Riley Cooper, Philadelphia Eagles
Outlook: Cooper is a downfield threat for Chip Kelly and his explosive offense. He won’t catch a lot of underneath stuff, which hurts his PPR value, but he’s still a viable option if you’re in a bind.
Projections: 60 receptions, 943 total yards (25 rushing), & 5 touchdowns
43. DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
Outlook: A shoddy quarterback situation will keep Hopkins from emerging on the fantasy radar for at least another season.
Projections: 71 receptions, 852 receiving yards, 5 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
44. Andrew Hawkins, Cleveland Browns
Outlook: The pending suspension of Josh Gordon leaves Hawkins as Cleveland's top receiver. Depending on the Browns' quarterback situation, the former Bengal could catch up to 80 passes this year.
Projections: 74 receptions, 846 receiving yards, & 4 touchdowns
45. Cecil Shorts, Jacksonville Jaguars
Outlook: It’d be interesting to see what Shorts would do with a viable quarterback. Maybe he’ll get that chance next season if Blake Bortles develops over the year. Bortles isn’t likely to help matters in ‘14, though.
Projections: 63 receptions, 912 receiving yards, 5 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
46. Kenny Stills, New Orleans Saints
Outlook: The Saints have a plethora of talent at his disposal, with second-year receiver Stills being among them. PPR scoring isn’t very favorable to Stills, though, as he’s not much of a possession receiver.
Projections: 53 receptions, 927 total yards (15 rushing), & 6 touchdowns
47. James Jones, Oakland Raiders
Outlook: Going from Green Bay to Oakland won’t help Jones’ fantasy value, but Oakland's quarterback has to throw the ball to someone. Jones is their best receiver.
Projections: 64 receptions, 873 receiving yards, & 5 touchdowns
48. Golden Tate, Detroit Lions
Outlook: Because of the number of players at Matt Stafford’s disposal, Tate’s numbers won’t significantly increase in Detroit.
Projections: 55 receptions, 810 receiving yards, & 7 touchdowns
49. Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks
Outlook: The Seahawks don’t throw the ball much, but when they do, it mostly heads in Harvin’s direction. Still, recent history suggests Harvin will lose playing time because of injuries. Baldwin is the biggest benefactor should anything happen.
Projections: 58 receptions, 851 receiving yards, & 5 touchdowns
50. Jarvis Landry, Miami Dolphins
Outlook: Landry’s long-term value will increase if the Dolphins part ways with either Hartline or Wallace after this season. For now, though, he’s more of a dynasty league target.
Projections: 53 receptions, 886 receiving yards, & 5 touchdowns
1 point per reception
1 point per 10 yards receiving
1 point per 10 yards rushing
6 points per touchdown
-2 points per fumble