Each fantasy football season the landscape of the skill positions change. One year offers more depth, while another turns into a studs and duds feel to the available player pool. Dissecting key drop off points in the positional average draft position (ADP) is critical to maximizing draft day value. Here are the key pivot points for 2019 at wide receiver:
*Not all wide receivers in the fantasy football landscape are listed, target players only*
THE BIG NINE
The initial tier includes wide receivers with a stranglehold on their No. 1 depth chart position for targets and minimal questions about their profile and quality of quarterback. Here are a few of the highlight target players
- DeAndre Hopkins
- Davante Adams
- Julio Jones
- Michael Thomas
- Odell Beckham Jr
- Tyreek Hill
- JuJu Smith-Schuster
- Antonio Brown
- Mike Evans
The opening four are typically gone in the first round. Beckham, Hill, and Smith-Schuster are fringe Round 1-2 for ADP. Brown and Evans have some asterisk to their profile with Brown being his feet and helmet sagas and Evans with no Ryan Fitzpatrick safety net if Jameis Winston is yanking in and out of the lineup like last season. Both Brown and Evans are firmly in Round 2 of ADP and occasionally slip to early in Round 3.
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