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Fantasy football wide receiver rankings for Week 14

For some, this is the first week of fantasy playoffs, for others, a last chance to clinch a playoff spot. Either way, Week 14 is typically one of the most stressful and important weeks for fantasy owners.

In an attempt to help you out, here are my personal Week 14 WR rankings from a fantasy standpoint. Want to debate the order or have a start-sit question? I’d love to hear your comments below or on our interactive forums.

  1. Anquan Boldin at HOU
  2. Greg Jennings at DET
  3. Roddy White at CAR
  4. DeSean Jackson at DAL
  5. Marques Colston vs. STL
  6. Calvin Johnson vs. GB
  7. Andre Johnson vs. BAL
  8. Miles Austin vs. PHI
  9. Mike Wallace vs. CIN
  10. Brandon Lloyd at ARI
  11. Sidney Rice vs. NYG
  12. Dwayne Bowe at SD
  13. Larry Fitzgerald vs. DEN
  14. Steve Johnson vs. CLE
  15. Hakeem Nicks at MIN
  16. Jeremy Maclin at DAL
  17. Santonio Holmes vs. MIA
  18. Mike Williams (TB) at WAS
  19. Wes Welker at CHI
  20. Vincent Jackson vs. KC (GTD)
  21. Terrell Owens at PIT
  22. Roy Williams vs. PHI
  23. Johnny Knox vs. NE
  24. Steve Smith (NYG) at MIN
  25. Hines Ward vs. CIN
  26. Mike Thomas vs. OAK
  27. Donald Driver at DET
  28. Derrick Mason at HOU
  29. Brandon Marshall at NYJ
  30. Michael Crabtree vs. SEA
  31. Santana Moss vs. TB
  32. Robert Meachem vs. STL
  33. Jacoby Ford at JAX
  34. Danario Alexander at NO
  35. Steve Smith (CAR) vs. ATL
  36. Lee Evans vs. CLE

2 Responses to “Fantasy football wide receiver rankings for Week 14”

  1. Christian Schwarz

    Do you think fitzgerald and John Skelton will have a good relationship? Honestly i think Fitzgerald will be an idiot to resign with the Cards come march at the end of his 3 year deal with them. Also do you think danario alexander is gona do anything in the last 3 games? I feel like hes potion or poison, hit or miss or what have you. And finally brandon Marshall has a somewhat easy schedule in the least few games playing some bad pass defenses do you think he will finish off the season with a bang or, keeping fantasy benches warmed up? -Thanks

  2. Jay-Mo

    As a fanatic Fins fan who has watched every game over the last four years, don’t trust any Dolphins player unless it’s an emergency spot start. They’ll just break your heart. The offense doesn’t have an identity, although Marshall’s best game of the year came against the Jets.

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