- Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings
It’s JJettas WR1 season. Kevin O’Connell’s offense will boost this superstar to the top of the receiver totem pole.
- Cooper Kupp, LA Rams
Don’t forget about Cooper Kupp, though. He’s still a safe bet for 20+ points per game in the Rams’ super-powered system.
- Davante Adams, Las Vegas Raiders
Some people are lower on Adams, but I don’t think he’ll skip a beat in black and silver. Adams and new QB Derek Carr have chemistry from their Fresno State days, and he should see the same amount of work he usually does.
- Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills
Diggs has been a dynamo in Buffalo. With the losses of Cole Beasley and Emmanuel Sanders, Diggs figures to see a ton of targets this season.
5. Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals
Chase had an incredible rookie season, but he lacked consistency. His highs are explosive, but to be in the conversation for WR1, he needs to put together top-tier numbers weekly.
6. Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins
I don’t understand the analysts who fade Tyreek Hill. The Dolphins spent a bag on him, so he’ll see the same amount of work he always does.
- CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys lost Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson, so Lamb is the unquestioned main target of this offense. His talent is through the roof.
- Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers
Samuel’s extension is finalized, but his role in San Fran is still in question. With the Niners backfield being more filled out than last season, Samuel won’t need to run the ball as much anymore.
- Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers
Allen is as consistent as they come in terms of production. Justin Herbert is on the rise, so his consistency will remain the same.
- DJ Moore, Carolina Panthers
With Baker Mayfield in the fold, Moore’s numbers should take a jump. He should see way more touchdowns than last year, too.
- Michael Pittman Jr., Indianapolis Colts
Like DJ Moore, Pittman will benefit from a new QB. That QB is Matt Ryan, and he’ll put Pittman in the top ten conversation.
- Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Evans’ fantasy stock suffers from the stacked receiver room in Tampa, but he’ll get a ton of red zone work. This is especially the case since Rob Gronkowski is gone.
- A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles
Brown steps into Philly as the clear #1 receiving option. However, the caveat is that the Eagles will most likely have a run-first offense.
- Tee Higgins, Cincinnati Bengals
Higgins is behind Ja’Marr Chase, but the Bengals pass enough to sustain two receivers. Higgins will be the red zone threat of the group.
- Brandin Cooks, Houston Texans
Cooks is incredibly underrated. He has a great connection with young quarterback Davis Mills, and he rarely produces less than 1,000 yards.
- DK Metcalf, Seattle Seahawks
- Diontae Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Jaylen Waddle, Miami Dolphins
- Terry McLaurin, Washington Commanders
- Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints
- Darnell Mooney, Chicago Bears
- Courtland Sutton, Denver Broncos
- Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Amon-Ra St. Brown, Detroit Lions
- Allen Robinson II, LA Rams
- Mike Williams, Los Angeles Chargers
- JuJu Smith-Schuster, Kansas City Chiefs
- Amari Cooper, Cleveland Browns
- Marquise Brown, Arizona Cardinals
- Jerry Jeudy, Denver Broncos
- Elijah Moore, New York Jets
- Rashod Bateman, Baltimore Ravens
- Adam Thielen, Minnesota Vikings
- Drake London, Atlanta Falcons
- Hunter Renfrow, Las Vegas Raiders
- DeAndre Hopkins, Arizona Cardinals
- Allen Lazard, Green Bay Packers
- Gabriel Davis, Buffalo Bills
- Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks
- Christian Kirk, Jacksonville Jaguars
- Kadarius Toney, New York Giants
- DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles
- Brandon Aiyuk, San Francisco 49ers
- Robert Woods, Tennessee Titans
- Treylon Burks, Tennessee Titans