New team, same Odell Beckham Jr.?
When it comes to the wide receiver position for fantasy football entering the 2019 NFL season, the names at the top may have stayed the same but that doesn't mean nothing has changed. Odell Beckham Jr. and Antonio Brown were both traded this offseason but the expectation is that both wideouts will maintain their elite-level production with their new teams.
They aren't the only key wide receivers that will be in a new uniform in 2019 either. Guys like Tyrell Williams, Golden Tate, Devin Funchess, Donte Moncrief, DeSean Jackson, Jamison Crowder, John Brown, Randall Cobb, and Adam Humphries all found new homes in free agency.
And while it's not a new team, Josh Gordon recent reinstatement by the NFL shakes up the receiving pecking order in New England. Gordon boasts WR2 upside as he and Julian Edelman could end up getting the majority of the looks from Tom Brady. But considering he's played in 17 total games over the last four seasons because of other suspensions, Gordon remains a risk-reward pick.
Regardless of your preference, there are plenty of options to choose from as the NFL continues to evolve into a pass-happy league. Here are some wide receiver rankings to help you get ready for your upcoming fantasy draft.
2019 Wide Receiver Rankings
ADP - Average Draft Position
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