Week 10 Wide Receivers – Rankings Analysis
I’ve moved Mike Evans to #1 from his consensus #3 ranking, and Alshon Jeffery also gets a bump to #4 from #7.
Another jumper is J.J. Nelson, who I’ve got at #27 compared to a #33 consensus. His doing well may conflict with David Johnson’s 10 TDs this week, but perhaps Nelson can squeak in one after his strong play earned him a starting role moving forward according to HC Bruce Arians.
While Larry Fitzgerald is still Arizona’s #1 WR, Nelson runs more of his routes as a traditional outside receiver and San Francisco ranks dead last against opposing #1 WRs according to DVOA. Fire him up and reap the benefits.
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