Our Week 12 Fantasy Football Rankings are here courtesy of our fantasy football guru. We’re ranking the wide receivers here, but check out the other positions as well. Read below to check out where guys like Percy Harvin and Larry Fitzgerald are ranked in Week 12.
1. A.J. Green vs. Oak: Oakland’s secondary is lacking the personnel to even come close to stopping AJ Green.
2. Demaryius Thomas vs. KC
3. Calvin Johnson vs. Hou
4. Roddy White vs. TB: Roddy has recorded at least 7 receptions and 110 yards in each of his previous three games, so owners frustrated with his lack of scoring need to relax. The touchdowns will come.
5. Brandon Marshall vs. Min
6. Reggie Wayne vs. Buf: Reggie Wayne has proven himself to be one of the most reliable receiving threats in the league and the Bills don’t have much to stop him.
7. Victor Cruz vs. GB
8. Andre Johnson vs. Det: Last week’s performance had to have made fantasy owners who used a 2nd-3rd round pick on Johnson feel a lot better.
9. Percy Harvin vs. Chi: I’m not buying that a minor injury 3 weeks ago is something that will hinder Harvin’s production moving forward, not to mention the Bears defense looks as beatable as ever.
10. Julio Jones vs. TB
11. Eric Decker vs. KC: Surprisingly should draw Brandon Flowers in this contest, but still, he has shown a real knack for getting into the endzone this season.
12. Wes Welker vs. NYJ
13. Randall Cobb vs. NYG: With 7 TDs over his last 6 games, Randall Cobb is undoubtedly the steal of this year’s fantasy season. Look for him to continue his stellar production against a mediocre Giants secondary.
14. Hakeem Nicks vs. GB
15. Vincent Jackson vs. Atl: Atlanta’s secondary is definitely beatable, however they are rather stout against opposing top wideouts.
16. Marques Colston vs. SF: Hard to love this matchup, especially considering Colston appears to have cooled off recently.
17. Stevie Johnson vs. Ind
18. Jordy Nelson vs. NYG: Let’s not forget how amazing Jordy Nelson was doing before a slight injury took him out of a few games; he’ll be back to himself in no time.
19. Denarius Moore vs. Cin
20. Miles Austin vs. Was: A very mediocre game last weekend shouldn’t dissuade you of the notion that he is still clearly the Cowboys no.1 receiving option.
21. Danny Amendola vs. Ari: He’s a real PPR machine and surprisingly the Rams’ first option in the red zone despite not scoring much this year.
22. Torrey Smith vs. SD
23. Steve Smith vs. Phi: Should draw one of the Eagles talented corners, however they are not playing with much effort these days.
24. Mike Wallace vs. Cle: Joe Haden and Charlie Batch are two names Mike Wallace owners must be upset are associated with their guy.
25. Larry Fitzgerald vs. Stl: Really bleak outlook for Fitzgerald at this point in the season as the Cardinals’ quarterback situation is as desperate as they come.
26. Dez Bryant vs. Was: Call me a cynic but last weeks performance did little to restore my confidence in Bryant as even a WR2.
27. Sidney Rice vs. Mia
28. Michael Crabtree vs. NO: He’s been a touchdown machine recently and the Saints defense will do little to stop that.
29. Brandon Lloyd vs. NYJ
30. Danario Alexander vs. Bal: 230 yards and 3 TDs over his last 2 games is enough for me to consider him a very solid WR3 play this week against a struggling Ravens secondary.
31. Mike Williams vs. Atl
32. James Jones vs. NYG: Greg Jennings, as I’ve said again and again, is completely the reason Jones is doing so well, but with that being said who cares?
33. Anquan Boldin vs. SD: A bit inconsistent for my taste but Boldin shouldn’t have much trouble against the hapless Chargers this week.
34. Cecil Shorts vs. Ten
35. T.Y. Hilton vs. Buf: Hilton was already a very solid play before Donnie Avery went down with a concussion.
36. Kenny Britt vs. Jac
37. Desean Jackson vs. Car: If Nick Foles is starting this week as he is supposed to then Jackson becomes a very shaky start.
38. Dwayne Bowe vs. Den: Questionable with a neck injury, so even if he plays it won’t be at full health.
39. Jeremy Maclin vs. Car
40. Pierre Garcon vs. Dal: Robert Griffin can make any wide receiver look studly, so look for a finally healthy Garcon to put up the big numbers that Washington expected when they signed him to a big contract this offseason.
41. Lance Moore vs. SF
42. Brian Hartline vs. Sea: Hartline will likely struggle against the Seahawks very capable corners.
43. Justin Blackmon vs. Ten: Finally had his coming out party against a very good Texans defense, showing the burst and versatility that made him a top-10 pick in last year’s draft.
44. Malcolm Floyd vs. Bal
45. Jeremy Kerley vs. NE: Recorded 120 yards in a matchup against the Pats earlier in the year and if anything his role has expanded within the Jets otherwise miserable offense.
46. Andre Roberts vs. Stl
47. Darrius Heyward-Bey vs. Cin
48. Kendall Wright vs. Jac
49. Ryan Broyles vs. Hou: Titus Young is not active this week for internal reasons, meaning that Broyles is now elevated to the third option for a quarterback who throws the ball as much as anyone in the league.
50. Alshon Jeffery vs. MIN: Jay Cutler is expected to return to action this week so look for Jeffrey, the clear no.2 option in the Bears passing game, to receive an ample amount of looks.