Dr. Roto's Exclusive Rankings
QB: 1-20 | 21-40
RB PPR: 1-20 | 21-40 | 41-60
WR PPR: 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75
TE PPR: 1-20
ROTO VISIONARY RANKINGS
52) Justin Hunter
Hunter excelled in the red zone last season and now has to learn how to be as effective inside the 20s. I like Hunter even more in standard scoring leagues.
53) Marqise Lee
Put Lee down as one of my super sleepers this year. With Shorts already dealing with an injured hamstring, and fellow rookie Allen Robinson missing time in practice, Lee is getting all the looks he can handle. Lee might just turn into this year’s version of Keenan Allen.
54) Brian Hartline
He doesn’t do any one thing particularly well, but he is a consistent performer. It will be interesting to see his role in the new Eagles-type offense that the Dolphins will be using.
55) Anquan Boldin
He is not getting any younger, but he is still a tough guy to write off completely. He plays in a run-first offense, and now Michael Crabtree is back and healthy. The arrow is pointing downward for Boldin.
56) Rueben Randle
This is the put-up-or-shut-up year for Randle. The Giants spent their first round pick on LSU WR Odell Beckham, so Randle is under the microscope to produce. He should be a solid red zone threat for QB Eli Manning, but he still needs to work on his overall consistency.
57) Danny Amendola
The Forgotten Man, Amendola was supposed to make a big impact for the Patriots last year but instead after an early season injury, his targets went to Julian Edelman. Now Amendola needs to prove that he can not only stay on the field, but become a receiver who QB Tom Brady can trust.
58) Kenny Britt
Britt is now playing for the St. Louis Rams and his old coach, Jeff Fisher. This is most likely Britt’s last chance in the NFL, so it is now or never for him. He has been a hot late-round selection in many of my early Fantasy drafts thus far, but he does come with the knucklehead risk factor.
60) Robert Woods
Woods showed last year that he has some serious upside. However, my problem with picking him is buying into E.J. Manuel. I am just not sold on Manuel as the long-term solution for the Bills at QB. Until there is certainty here, I will pass on Woods.
61) Jerricho Cotchery
Carolina brought him over this season to help mentor the team’s new first round pick, WR Kelvin Benjamin. More importantly for Fantasy owners, Cotchery looks like a replacement for Steve Smith. Expect Cotchery to have a solid, but not spectacular year.
Oakland Raiders WR Andre Holmes
62) Andre Holmes
This is a true Roto Visionary pick. While your friends at the draft will be calling out Denarius Moore and Rod Streater, you will know better and take Andre Holmes as the upside WR in Oakland.
63) Harry Douglas
Douglas was a major surprise in 2013 after being thrust into the lineup when Julio Jones (ROTO) and Roddy White were injured. With Tony Gonzalez now retired, look for the Falcons to use more three receiver sets with Douglas as the WR3.
64) Stevie Johnson
Johnson is a confusing player—he has all the tools to be great, but yet he comes up short when his team needs him the most. He becomes a solid No. 3 WR in San Francisco behind Michael Crabtree and Boldin, but I worry that Kaepernick won’t feed him the ball enough.
65) Doug Baldwin
In the past, Baldwin has been a prototypical waiver wire pickup, but I think there is something more there this year. With Sidney Rice and Golden Tate gone, Russell Wilson will have to rely on his most-trusted receiver: Baldwin.
67) Markus Wheaton
This looks to be the year that Wheaton shows what he can do. I still think he is a year away from a breakout, but he does have a chance to step into the WR2 role in Pittsburgh.
68) Jermaine Kearse
A big-play type receiver. I like him in best ball formats.
69) Andrew Hawkins
Few remember how good Hawkins was in 2012. He was saddled with injuries last year but should have an excellent chance to be a trusted outlet receiver for either Brian Hoyer or Johnny Football.
Dallas Cowboys WR Cole Beasley
71) Cole Beasley
He is the WR3 on a team that will have to throw it a ton. No one in your league is thinking about him, but he is a great WR6 in a PPR league.
72) Brandon LaFell
It will be interesting to see how the Patriots use LaFell this year. He is an exceptional blocker for a wide receiver, but he has been inconsistent catching the ball. There should be no excuses now with Tom Brady.
73) Marquess Wilson
This is a hunch pick. Wilson is going to be the WR3 on a passing team with an offensive minded head coach.
74) Aaron Dobson
There are a lot of talented wide receivers in New England. Dobson may be the most talented, but he is the most inconsistent. He is worth a flier late in your draft. Hopefully, he can get healthy.
75) Chris Matthews
Who? This former CFL Rookie of the Year signed with the Seahawks in the off-season. He is a good blocker with rangy size in the red zone. Let’s call him Sidney Rice-light.
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