2013-14 Divisional Round Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings

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2013-14 Divisional Round Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings
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Here are the Lester’s Legends wide receiver rankings for the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs.


1. Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos

Demaryius Thomas averaged 89.4 yards and 0.9 touchdowns during the regular season, including 76.5 yards and 1.5 touchdowns in two games against the San Diego Chargers. Thomas' physical tools will be a challenge.


2. Eric Decker, Denver Broncos


Eric Decker averaged 98.2 yards and 1.6 touchdowns in the last five games. He should remain hot against a Chargers team that ranked 29th against the pass with 258.7 yards allowed per game.


3. Julian Edelman, New England Patriots


Julian Edelman averaged 92.7 yards and 0.7 touchdowns in the last six games. Tom Brady’s new favorite target will be busy against the Indianapolis Colts.


4. T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis Colts

T.Y. Hilton averaged 67.7 yards and 0.3 touchdowns per game during the regular season, but he erupted for 155 yards in the season finale and 224 yards and a pair of scores in the dramatic playoff win over the Kansas City Chiefs. My only concern is Bill Belichick’s history of neutralizing the opposition’s primary weapon.


5. Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers


Michael Crabtree exploded last week with 125 yards in a playoff win over the Green Bay Packers. In his past four playoff games, he’s averaging 102.5 yards and 0.8 touchdowns. Crabtree does have a tough matchup against the Carolina Panthers.


6. Keenan Allen, San Diego Chargers


Keenan Allen averaged 69.7 yards and 0.5 touchdowns this year. He only managed 70 yards in two games against the Broncos, but he scored a pair of touchdowns.


7. Wes Welker, Denver Broncos


Wes Welker is a bit of a wild card as a pair of concussions cost him the final three games of the season—not before he set a career high with 10 touchdown receptions, though. As long as he can avoid a setback, he’s a decent option as he’s nearly an impossible cover out of the slot.


8. Anquan Boldin, San Francisco 49ers


Anquan Boldin averaged 73.7 yards and 0.4 touchdowns during the year. In the final seven games, he averaged 86.4 yards and 0.7 touchdowns. He was quiet last week against the Packers, but he is more than capable of turning in a big performance. His physical style is suited for the matchup with the Panthers.


9. Danny Amendola, New England Patriots


Danny Amendola had a few big games in a disappointing season. He’s equally capable of a big day, getting hurt or being nearly invisible. He’s a roll of the dice, but there is some upside.


10. Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints


Marques Colston had just two catches for 16 yards last week against the Philadelphia Eagles. He had four catches for 27 yards in the first meeting with the Seattle Seahawks. He’s capable of so much more, but his matchup is tough.



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