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1. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions
Outlook: Whether your league is using standard or PPR scoring, Johnson is the king of fantasy receivers. He projects to lead the league with 1,732 yards. The next closest is 289 yards away. He’s also one of three receivers that projects to catch at least 100 passes.
Projections: 102 receptions, 1,732 receiving yards, 11 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
2. A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals
Outlook: Coming off back-to-back seasons with 90-plus catches, Green enters’ 14 entrenched as one of the game’s best receivers. Last year, he set career-highs in both receptions and receiving yardage. He also matched his career-high in touchdowns with 11. This year, he’ll surpass each of those receiving marks again.
Projections: 99 receptions, 1,434 receiving yards, 13 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
3. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos
Outlook: With the exception of Johnson, Thomas is the league’s most physically gifted receiver. Another year of 90-plus receptions is very likely.
Projections: 95 receptions, 1,429 receiving yards, & 13 touchdowns
4. Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys
Outlook: Bryant doesn’t lack motivation entering this season. His contract is up after the year, so another productive season, and Dallas will have no choice but make him one of the game’s highest paid receivers. The fifth-year receiver should have a monster season.
Projections: 94 receptions, 1,341 receiving yards, 14 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
5. Brandon Marshall, Chicago Bears
Outlook: Under PPR scoring, Marshall is just one of five wide receivers that projects to score over 300 points. In fact, he’s one of nine skill players projecting to exceed that mark.
Projections: 103 receptions, 1,323 receiving yards, & 11 touchdowns
6. Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers
Outlook: No receiver figures to catch as many passes in '14 as Brown does. He’s coming off an excellent season, and the Steelers don’ have another receiving option that comes close to his skill set. He’s a solid WR1 across all leagues.
Projections: 104 receptions, 1,457 total yards (8 rushing), & 8 touchdowns
7. Andre Johnson, Houston Texans
Outlook: Johnson isn’t happy in Houston, but he’s a true professional. Rather than holdout, he reported to Texans’ training camp. Coming off an outstanding season a year ago, he’s a WR1 under Bill O’Brien.
Projections: 96 receptions, 1,336 receiving yards, & 9 touchdowns
8. Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packers
Outlook: It’s rather obvious Green Bay considers Nelson to be their top receiving threat, despite the presence of Randall Cobb. Nelson is a fresh off a contract extension and has a great rapport down with Aaron Rodgers.
Projections: 77 receptions, 1,276 receiving yards & 13 touchdowns
9. Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears
Outlook: Jeffery is coming off a breakout campaign. He had 1,400-plus receiving yards in ‘13 and a career-high 89 receptions. He doesn’t quite project to reach 1,400-plus receiving yards again, but he’ll catch between 85-90 balls.
Projections: 89 receptions, 1,419 total yards (82 rushing), 9 touchdowns, & 2 fumbles
10. Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers
Outlook: Health is the only risk with Cobb. Last year, he had 25 receptions in the first four weeks, putting him on pace for 100 catches. This year, many are talking up a 100-catch season for the fourth-year receiver, but Rodgers spreads the ball around as much as any quarterback in football. The presence of Eddie Lacy in the backfield may also eat into Cobb’s opportunities. In other words, while Cobb is a legit WR1, he doesn’t benefit from PPR as much as Brown and Marshall do.
Projections: 87 receptions, 1,279 total yards (162 rushing), 10 touchdowns, & 1 fumble
1 point per reception
1 point per 10 yards receiving
1 point per 10 yards rushing
6 points per touchdown
-2 points per fumble