Week 14: Fantasy WR Rankings

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Oct 13, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (12) makes a pass reception against the Detroit Lions during the second quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

1. Calvin Johnson - After playing on Thanksgiving, Johnson will be well-rested and primed to shred a poor Philly secondary.

2. A.J. Green - Toss out that Week 11 goose egg and Green is averaging a 15 points per game since Week 6.

3. Dez Bryant - The injured Bears D just does not have the personnel necessary to contain Bryant.

4. Brandon Marshall - He’s no longer the leading receiver for the Bears, but his physical tools still make him a top-flight fantasy WR.

5. Josh Gordon - Even facing Bill Belichick’s mastermind game planning, you just can’t bet against Gordon right now.

6. Andre Johnson - After what the Jags D let Gordon do last week, Johnson should do fine in a game that has huge draft implications.

7. DeSean Jackson - With the Lions having a stout run defense, we’ll see a lot of Nick Foles to Jackson on Sunday.

8. Demaryius Thomas - Double digits in six straight, but Alterraun Verner, quietly one of the league’s best corners, will be on Thomas this Sunday.

9. Alshon Jeffery - After last week, Jeffery is no longer the other Bears wideout. He’s the Bears other star wideout.

10. Vincent Jackson - With Mike Glennon at the helm, Jackson has had a huge game about every third week. He’s due.

11. Torrey Smith - Three TDs in his last four, and Minnesota at home is a very favorable matchup.

12. Pierre Garcon - Really slumping as of late. Fortunately, so is the Chiefs D.

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