Week 11 Rankings (2020): Top 50 Wide Receivers


by Will Overton 

Week 11 is here and we’re in the final month of fantasy games before the playoffs are going to start. I’ve broken down the Top 50 Wide Receivers so let’s get right to it: 

  1. Deandre Hopkins – Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle 
  2. Tyreek Hill – Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas
  3. Davante Adams – Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis
  4. DK Metcalf – Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona 
  5. Julio Jones – Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans
  6. Keenan Allen – Los Angeles Chargers vs. NY Jets  
  7. Terry McLaurin – Washington Football vs. Cincinnati 
  8. Adam Thielen – Minnesota Vikings vs. Dallas
  9. Michael Thomas – New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta 
  10. Tyler Lockett – Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona 
  11. A.J. Brown – Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore 
  12. Calvin Ridley – Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans
  13. Will Fuller – Houston Texans vs. New England 
  14. Cooper Kupp – Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay 
  15. Tee Higgins – Cincinnati Bengals @ Washington
  16. Diontae Johnson – Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville 
  17. Amari Cooper – Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota
  18. Robby Anderson – Carolina Panthers vs. Detroit  
  19. Chris Godwin – Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. LA Rams
  20. D.J. Chark – Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh 
  21. Chase Claypool – Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville  
  22. D.J. Moore – Carolina Panthers vs. Detroit   
  23. Justin Jefferson – Minnesota Vikings vs. Dallas
  24. Brandin Cooks – Houston Texans vs. New England 
  25. Robert Woods – Los Angeles Rams @ Tampa Bay 
  26. JuJu Smith-Schuster – Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville 
  27. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. LA Rams 
  28. Tyler Boyd – Cincinnati Bengals @ Washington
  29. Jerry Jeudy – Denver Broncos vs. Miami  
  30. Mike Williams – Los Angeles Chargers vs. NY Jets  
  31. DaVante Parker – Miami Dolphins @ Denver  
  32. Antonio Brown – Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. LA Rams 
  33. Jamison Crowder – New York Jets @ LA Chargers
  34. Christian Kirk – Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle 
  35. Ceedee Lamb – Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota
  36. Marquise Brown – Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee 
  37. Travis Fulgham – Philadelphia Eagles @ Cleveland 
  38. Jakobi Meyers – New England Patriots @ Houston 
  39. Marvin Jones – Detroit Lions @ Carolina  
  40. Jarvis Landry – Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia
  41. Michael Pittman Jr. – Indianapolis Colts vs. Green Bay  
  42. Sammy Watkins – Kansas City Chiefs @ Las Vegas
  43. Curtis Samuel – Carolina Panthers vs. Detroit 
  44. Marquez Valdes-Scantling – Green Bay Packers @ Indianapolis
  45. Tim Patrick – Denver Broncos vs. Miami 
  46. Jalen Reagor – Philadelphia Eagles @ Cleveland
  47. Emmanuel Sanders – New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta 
  48. Breshad Perriman – New York Jets @ LA Chargers
  49. Michael Gallup – Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota
  50. Corey Davis – Tennessee Titans @ Baltimore 


  • In a class of highly talented rookie wide receivers, the head of the class is Tee Higgins so far. Higgins hasn’t caught less than four passes or gone for fewer than 60 yards in any of the last six games. It’s not surprising to see him get a role in the Bengals offense this season, but the rise to the top of the team’s depth chart is impressive. Higgins had seven catches, 115 yards and a TD grab last week against one of the league’s better defenses in Pittsburgh. At this point he should never be landing on your bench.
  • The Buccaneers receiving corps was finally at full strength last Sunday and looked like a well oiled machine with Tom Brady spreading the ball all over the field. Chris Godwin and Mike Evans each caught six passes while Antonio Brown led the team with seven. Godwin is still the highest ranked on this list because I think he has the most upside, but any of the three could put up big numbers any given week. The overall ceiling of all three is a little bit capped because there are so many weapons,  but it isn’t beyond Bruce Arians to give Brady 50+ passes.
  • After a couple of down weeks the high flying version of Justin Jefferson was back on display last Monday as he put up eight catches and 135 yards against the stout Chicago Bears defense. This was the fourth time this season Jefferson has surpassed 100 yards. While he lacks a bit in consistency, much like the quarterback throwing him the ball, his big play ability makes him incredibly risky to bench especially with a prime matchup with the Cowboys.
  • It feels like Tua Tagovailoa is still finding his footing a bit with his wide receivers, but the upside is still showing through and DaVante Parker is the most likely beneficiary as things start clicking more. Parker caught only two passes last Sunday, but he led the team in targets all the same. The Broncos allow for another good opportunity for the two to connect and really make a mark on the fantasy radar.
  • While we’re on the subject of rookie wide receivers who are impressing, Michael Pittman Jr has returned from injury in top form. Pittman has led the Colts receivers each of the last two weeks, and last week he had seven catches and 101 yards. It is clear that T.Y. Hilton has lost a few steps and Pittman seems ready to take advantage of the Colts lack of a number one receiver. As the rapport between Rivers and Pittman continues to grow the upside of the rookie will grow with it.

Make sure to check out all of our Week 11 rankings:

Running Backs
Wide Receivers
Tight Ends


  1. Hola roto , necesito ayuda para está desición .. mis WR son julio jones y THill . Peroo necesito ayuda para ver a quien colocar en Flex .. AJ Brown o. J. Jefferson


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