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NFL Rankings

Week 14 Rankings

by Patrick Daugherty
Updated On: December 8, 2019, 2:23 pm ET

Week 14 Receivers

RK

Player

TM

Opp

1

Michael Thomas

NO

SF

2

Davante Adams

GB

WAS

3

Mike Evans

TB

IND

4

D.J. Moore

CAR

@ATL

5

Julio Jones

ATL

CAR

6

DeAndre Hopkins

HOU

DEN

7

Tyreek Hill

KC

@NE

8

Chris Godwin

TB

IND

9

Julian Edelman

NE

KC

10

DeVante Parker

MIA

@NYJ

11

Stefon Diggs

MIN

DET

12

Allen Robinson

CHI

DAL

13

Keenan Allen

LAC

@JAC

14

Odell Beckham

CLE

CIN

15

Amari Cooper

DAL

@CHI

16

Jarvis Landry

CLE

CIN

17

D.J. Chark

JAC

LAC

18

Calvin Ridley

ATL

CAR

19

Courtland Sutton

DEN

@HOU

20

Robert Woods

LA

SEA

21

Kenny Golladay

DET

@MIN

22

Tyler Lockett

SEA

@LA

23

John Brown

BUF

BAL

24

Tyler Boyd

CIN

@CLE

25

Cooper Kupp

LA

SEA

26

Michael Gallup

DAL

@CHI

27

D.K. Metcalf

SEA

@LA

28

Mike Williams

LAC

@JAC

29

Alshon Jeffery

PHI

NYG

30

Marvin Jones

DET

@MIN

31

Christian Kirk

ARI

PIT

32

James Washington

PIT

@ARI

33

Curtis Samuel

CAR

@ATL

34

Robby Anderson

NYJ

MIA

35

Emmanuel Sanders

SF

@NO

36

Zach Pascal

IND

@TB

37

Terry McLaurin

WAS

@GB

38

Jamison Crowder

NYJ

MIA

39

Dede Westbrook

JAC

LAC

40

Anthony Miller

CHI

DAL

41

Deebo Samuel

SF

@NO

42

A.J. Brown

TEN

@OAK

43

Sterling Shepard

NYG

@PHI

44

Marquise Brown

BAL

@BUF

45

Darius Slayton

NYG

@PHI

46

Brandin Cooks

LA

SEA

47

Tyrell Williams

OAK

TEN

48

Cole Beasley

BUF

BAL

49

Kenny Stills

HOU

DEN

50

Chris Conley

JAC

LAC

51

Auden Tate

CIN

@CLE

52

Diontae Johnson

PIT

@ARI

53

Sammy Watkins

KC

@NE

54

Larry Fitzgerald

ARI

PIT

55

Golden Tate

NYG

@PHI

56

Randall Cobb

DAL

@CHI

57

Nelson Agholor

PHI

NYG

58

Demaryius Thomas

NYJ

MIA

59

Russell Gage

ATL

CAR

60

Corey Davis

TEN

@OAK

61

Allen Lazard

GB

WAS

62

Mohamed Sanu

NE

KC

63

Albert Wilson

MIA

@NYJ

64

Parris Campbell

IND

@TB

65

Mecole Hardman

KC

@NE

66

Danny Amendola

DET

@MIN

67

Phillip Dorsett

NE

KC

68

John Ross

CIN

@CLE

69

Tim Patrick

DEN

@HOU

70

Allen Hurns

MIA

@NYJ

71

Adam Humphries

TEN

@OAK

72

Kelvin Harmon

WAS

@GB

73

Ted Ginn

NO

SF

74

N'Keal Harry

NE

KC

 

WR Notes: With three touchdowns in two games, Davante Adams is finally regressing to the scoring mean. With only one 100-yard performance since Week 1, he is overdue in the yardage department. The Redskins will do all they can to help out. … In something of a slump with “just” 254 yards over his past four games, Mike Evans has an unimposing individual matchup in Pierre Desir. More inconsistent of late, as well, Chris Godwin’s foe is a little tougher in Colts slot CB Kenny Moore. (Update: Moore is out with injury.) … D.J. Moore is the WR3 by average points over the past five weeks and WR2 by total points. He went 8/95 against the Falcons three weeks ago. Just seven teams are handing out more WR fantasy points than the Birds. … Julio Jones is returning from his shoulder injury. Jones went 8/91 vs. James Bradberry and the Panthers three weeks ago. Amazingly, all four of Jones’ scores came in Weeks 1-3. That has to change soon. … DeAndre Hopkins has essentially been a supersized Julian Edelman, not that there is anything wrong with that. Chris Harris still comes to play but has been burned for a number of big plays in the second half of the season. 

Tyreek Hill had one dud and one monster vs. the 2018 Patriots. With Jason McCourty (groin) sidelined, the Pats’ elite defense is a man down. … Julian Edelman has cleared 10 targets in seven consecutive games. Considering Tom Bray’s in-game theatrics last Sunday night, he’s not about to start spreading the ball around more. … So … DeVante Parker. Everyone’s favorite bust has 385 yards over the past three weeks, which is 66 more than any other receiver. With no running backs to speak of vs. the Jets’ excellent run defense, the Dolphins will be throwing all afternoon against a secondary gifting the ninth most WR fantasy points. The time to chase Parker is now. … Chris Godwin-esque as a 2019 fantasy commodity, Stefon Diggs’ spiked weeks have been difficult to predict, but you know they are coming. Adam Thielen (hamstring) remains nowhere to be found. … Allen Robinson has provided 86 yards in 3-of-4 games. He won’t let a bad Mitchell Trubisky keep him down, though Week 14 opponent Dallas has surrendered all of 14 passing scores. The Cowboys’ pass rush could eliminate Trubisky. … Keenan Allen has jacked his floor back above the rising waters. He still has not seemed inclined to paint the ceiling. 

Waiting for Odell Beckham has become The Odyssey 2.0. Nevertheless, it is correct process to have high WR2 hopes vs. the Bengals’ scarily-undermanned defense. … Injury issues have had Amari Cooper looking a bit more Raiders of late, but this is probably too much of a fade for the WR7 by average PPR points. … On the season, D.J. Chark remains a WR1 in both PPR and standard, but he’s been held below 50 yards three of the past four weeks. The Chargers do not represent a get-right spot for Week 14. … Fresh off scoring two touchdowns on Casey Hayward, Courtland Sutton has an easier Week 14 date in the Texans. Continually producing as a WR1/2 on WR2/3 volume, a typically-feasting Sutton will have some famine weeks with uneven rookie Drew Lock at the controls. … With Julio Jones back, Calvin Ridley’s targets should revert to the 8-10 range. That remains enough for an easy WR2 day. … Tyler Lockett has four catches on nine targets over the past three weeks. He had the flu for a Week 13 excuse, but he has lost the WR1 benefit of the doubt. D.K. Metcalf is 15-of-23 in the same span. With Jalen Ramsey venturing into the slot as a Ram, Lockett has the tougher Week 14 matchup than Metcalf.                                         

It could be random fluctuation, but Robert Woods has been far and away Jared Goff’s preferred target over Cooper Kupp the past three weeks, clearing 95 yards each time out with Kupp totaling 153. Woods has a 38-19 target advantage. Brandin Cooks, meanwhile, has become completely irrelevant, totaling 162 yards in six games since September. ... With 10-plus targets in 5-of-6 games, Jarvis Landry is scorching hot headed into a dream spot with the Bengals. Where Jamison Crowder humiliatingly failed last week, Landry should succeed. … Kenny Golladay has now made it happen with “David Blough” in addition to Jeff Driskel. He’s quarterback proof. That only goes for his ceiling, of course. Golladay’s zero-point floor renders him a boom/bust WR2. The same is true for Marvin Jones in the WR3 range. Jones staying relevant post-Matthew Stafford is one of the fantasy season’s biggest upsets. … Just like that, John Brown has been held below 50 yards in back-to-back contests after clearing the half-century mark 10 straight times. Baltimore is not a jumper cables opponent. … Tyler Boyd has averaged 11 targets over his past three Andy Dalton starts. T.J. Carrie is not a stay-away date in the slot. … Will Fuller was inches away from another long touchdown in Week 13. The floor is frustrating, but the ceiling is week winning.  

Alshon Jeffery had his biggest game in a year in Miami. The Giants will certainly provide the opportunity for a hot streak. … Christian Kirk has been one of 2019’s most disappointing players and will be hard pressed to bust his latest slump vs. a Steelers Defense permitting the seventh fewest passing yards. … James Washington is a risky WR3 because we know his volume is not about to spike with Devlin Hodges at the controls, but the Cardinals Defense has been making WR3 miracles happen. ... Darius Slayton has 31 targets over his past three games, though it’s not earning him any respect in fantasy. The Eagles will try to do something about that, but Eli Manning’s re-insertion under center is a major wild card. … With the 49ers doing their best to hide Jimmy Garoppolo, Deebo Samuel has quickly fallen from WR2 grace. He’s been out-targeted by 7-6 by Emmanuel Sanders over the past two weeks. The Niners will do all they can to keep Jimmy G’s attempts down in New Orleans. … It’s been too late to be of much good, but Robby Anderson has an excellent shot at extending his hot streak to three games vs. Miami. … It’s quite possible I have Zach Pascal too low yet again. WR3 desperados have nothing to lose against the Bucs. … Anthony Miller has kicked down the WR4 door. 

Patrick Daugherty

Patrick Daugherty is the Senior Fantasy Football content creator for NBC Sports EDGE. You can find him on Twitter @RotoPat.