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Fantasy Football WR Rankings 2019: Week 13

Fantasy Football WR Rankings 2019: Week 13

Week 12 is in the books and rosters are beginning to take shape. Here are the top wide receivers for Week 13.

For a tiered breakdown of each fantasy football position, click below:

Quarterback Rankings: Week 13
Running Back Rankings: Week 13
Wide Receiver Rankings: Week 13
Tight End Rankings: Week 13

TIER 1: Best of the best

1. Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints
Opponent: at Falcons
2019 Stats: 104 Receptions, 1242 Receiving YDS, 6 Receiving TD, 263.3 PTS, 2019 WR1
Previous Ranking: 1

2. Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
Opponent: at Jaguars
2019 Stats: 70 Receptions, 1071 Receiving YDS, 9 Receiving TD, 233.9 PTS, 2019 WR2
Previous Ranking: 2 

3. Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers
Opponent: at Giants
2019 Stats: 46 Receptions, 580 Receiving YDS, 1 Receiving TD, 112 PTS, 2019 WR41
Previous Ranking: 7

4. Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons
Opponent: vs. Saints
2019 Stats: 64 Receptions, 950 Receiving YDS, 4 Receiving TD, 182.7 PTS, 2019 WR9
Previous Ranking: 5

5. Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 
Opponent: at Jaguars 
2019 Stats: 62 Receptions, 1043 Receiving YDS, 7 Receiving TD, 210.3 PTS, 2019 WR3
Previous Ranking: 4

TIER 2: WR1's 

6. D.J. Chark, Jacksonville Jaguars
Opponent: vs. Buccaneers
2019 Stats: 56 Receptions, 834 Receiving YDS, 8 Receiving TD, 191.4 PTS, 2019 WR5
Previous Ranking: 9

7. Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs
Opponent: vs. Raiders
2019 Stats: 33 Receptions, 543 Receiving YDS, 5 Receiving TD, 119.1 PTS, 2019 WR35
Previous Ranking: BYE

8. Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys
Opponent: vs. Bills
2019 Stats: 56 Receptions, 886 Receiving YDS, 7 Receiving TD, 186.6 PTS, 2019 WR7
Previous Ranking: 8

9. Julian Edelman, New England Patriots
Opponent: at Texans
2019 Stats: 76 Receptions, 809 Receiving YDS, 4 Receiving TD, 187.4 PTS, 2019 WR6
Previous Ranking: 6

10. Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks
Opponent: vs. Vikings
2019 Stats: 63 Receptions, 831 Receiving YDS, 6 Receiving TD, 181.6 PTS, 2019 WR10
Previous Ranking: 10

11. Odell Beckham Jr., Cleveland Browns
Opponent: at Steelers
2019 Stats: 54 Receptions, 776 Receiving YDS, 2 Receiving TD, 143.4 PTS, 2019 WR21
Previous Ranking: 11

12. D.J. Moore, Carolina Panthers 
Opponent: vs. Redskins
2019 Stats: 68 Receptions, 905 Receiving YDS, 3 Receiving TD, 177.8 PTS, 2019 WR11
Previous Ranking: 14

TIER 3: High-end WR2's

13. Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams
Opponent: at Cardinals
2019 Stats: 67 Receptions, 880 Receiving YDS, 5 Receiving TD, 185.4 PTS, 2019 WR9
Previous Ranking: 3

14. Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers 
Opponent: at Broncos 
2019 Stats: 70 Receptions, 796 Receiving YDS, 4 Receiving TD, 175.7 PTS, 2019 WR12
Previous Ranking: BYE

15. Calvin Ridley, Atlanta Falcons
Opponent: vs. Saints
2019 Stats: 50 Receptions, 699 Receiving YDS, 6 Receiving TD, 161.3 PTS, 2019 WR18
Previous Ranking: 15

16. John Brown, Buffalo Bills 
Opponent: at Cowboys
2019 Stats: 58 Receptions, 856 Receiving YDS, 5 Receiving TD, 174 PTS, 2019 WR15
Previous Ranking: 16

17. Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns
Opponent: at Steelers
2019 Stats: 59 Receptions, 843 Receiving YDS, 5 Receiving TD, 174.3 PTS, 2019 WR13
Previous Ranking: 17

18. DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
Opponent: vs. Patriots
2019 Stats: 81 Receptions, 839 Receiving YDS, 6 Receiving TD, 201.5 PTS, 2019 WR4
Previous Ranking: TNF

TIER 4: On the cusp 

19.  Michael Gallup, Dallas Cowboys
Opponent: vs. Bills
2019 Stats: 46 Receptions, 733 Receiving YDS, 3 Receiving TD, 137.3 PTS, 2019 WR24
Previous Ranking: 19

20. Tyler Boyd, Cincinnati Bengals
Opponent: vs. Jets
2019 Stats: 63 Receptions, 699 Receiving YDS, 2 Receiving TD, 142.5 PTS, 2019 WR22
Previous Ranking: 20

21. Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions   
Opponent: vs. Bears
2019 Stats: 43 Receptions, 792 Receiving YDS, 8 Receiving TD, 168.2 PTS, 2019 WR15
Previous Ranking: 12

22. Emmanuel Sanders, San Francisco 49ers
Opponent: at Ravens
2019 Stats: 47 Receptions, 576 Receiving YDS, 4 Receiving TD, 130.6 PTS, 2019 WR27
Previous Ranking: 22

23. Stefon Diggs, Minnesota Vikings
Opponent: at Seahawks
2019 Stats: 46 Receptions, 880 Receiving YDS, 5 Receiving TD, 161 PTS, 2019 WR19
Previous Ranking: BYE

24. Courtland Sutton, Denver Broncos
Opponent: vs. Chargers
2019 Stats: 50 Receptions, 832 Receiving YDS, 4 Receiving TD, 160.4 PTS, 2019 WR20
Previous Ranking: 24

25. Allen Robinson, Chicago Bears
Opponent: at Lions
2019 Stats: 63 Receptions, 764 Receiving YDS, 4 Receiving TD, 163.4 PTS, 2019 WR17
Previous Ranking: 25

For a tiered breakdown of each fantasy football position, click below:

Quarterback Rankings: Week 13
Running Back Rankings: Week 13
Wide Receiver Rankings: Week 13
Tight End Rankings: Week 13

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Fines issued to Ryan Anderson, DeAndrew White for hits that injured Olsen, Quinn

Fines issued to Ryan Anderson, DeAndrew White for hits that injured Olsen, Quinn

The NFL levied fines for unnecessary roughness to the Redskins linebacker Ryan Anderson and Panthers special teamer DeAndrew White after they delivered hits that forced opposing players to exit the game between the two teams in Week 13.

Anderson was ejected for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Panthers tight end Greg Olsen in the third quarter. Olsen exited the game with a concussion and didn’t return. He’s been declared inactive ahead of Carolina’s Week 14 matchup with the Atlanta Falcons.

Redskins fans were disgruntled with the referees for ejecting Anderson but allowing White to stay in the game when the crown of his helmet caught the facemask of Redskins punt returner Trey Quinn. Quinn was also pulled from the game with a concussion and has been declared inactive for Week 14.

Washington went on to win the game, 29-21.

Both players were given the same fine of $28,075 for their respective hits.

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New head coaching candidates uncomfortable with Redskins power structure, per report

New head coaching candidates uncomfortable with Redskins power structure, per report

The Redskins might struggle to get the new head coach they want due to the organization’s unique front-office structure, according to a new report. 

Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer reported that some potential head coaching candidates are not sure they can properly function in Washington under the leadership of team president Bruce Allen and the existing front-office infrastructure. 

“My understanding is they've gotten some pushback on the current structure of the organization from some of those candidates,” Breer said during an appearance on 106.7 the Fan’s Grant and Danny program. 

The Redskins fired head coach Jay Gruden after he opened the season 0-5 and promoted Bill Callahan to interim head coach. In the weeks since Callahan took over, Washington is 3-4 and on a two-game win streak with the Green Bay Packers on tap this Sunday. 

While Callahan has stabilized the Redskins to some degree, it seems highly unlikely that he keeps the job in 2020. It’s also unclear if Allen will remain as team president and football boss. NBC Sports Washington and other reports have shown that Allen is under more scrutiny than ever in his 10-year tenure as team president and could be gone after this season. 

It’s been a rough year for Allen, as the team is in the middle of an awful season and standout left tackle Trent Williams has called him out personally for ugly tactics during a contract holdout. 

What that means going forward remains to be seen. 

Breer said NFL teams are starting to make covert outreach to potential coaching candidates, particularly college coaching candidates, and that the team is getting “pushback” because of the existing power structure. 

"My sense is that they've already gotten the feeling that the head coach search is going to be affected by the way that the building has operated for the last 10 years," Breer said.

The past 10 years mark Allen’s tenure, the era of no playoff wins and many, many embarrassing situations. 

If coaching candidates have reservations, it’s hard to blame them. 
 

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