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What We Learned in 2018: Wide Receiver

A look back at what we learned at the wide receiver position in 2018

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The 2018 fantasy season featured some new and familiar names among the elite, and some mid-season developments that reversed fortunes. None of the top performers were cheap, but that didn’t mean that a team had to have invested a lot at the position to win their league. More than any specific strategy at wide receiver, the most important part of “winning” at wide receiver was identifying the talents on the rise.

Where Patrick Mahomes II and Tyreek Hill are going, they won’t need roads

Hill shrugged off Cordarrelle Patterson comparisons in his second year to prove that he was a legitimate wide receiver. With a big-armed and bold quarterback at the helm in 2018, he took his production to a new level. Mahomes is just getting started with only one full year and a game under his belt, so the best could be yet to come.

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