Week 7: NFL Top-10 Wide Receivers Right Now

The 33rd Team’s weekly top-10 WR rankings are a snapshot of where the league’s best wide receivers are right now, taking into account the player’s recent production, health, and an evaluation by our scouting department, led by former NFL team executive T.J. McCreight and assisted by scouts Justin Casey, Kevin Cohn and Evan Pritt.

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1. Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins

Receptions: 50 | Yards: 701 | TDs: 2 | Explosive Plays: 11

Previous Rank: 2

Comment: We couldn’t keep him out of the top spot after his 12-catch, 177-yard game. Hill is the most dangerous wide receiver in the NFL.

2. Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills

Receptions: 49 | Yards: 656 | TDs: 6| Explosive Plays: 8

Previous Rank: 3

Comment: Diggs Moved up to No. 2 after catching 10 passes, 148 yards and a TD for the Bills’ offense that looks better each week.

3. Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams

Receptions: 56 | Yards: 607 | TDs: 4 | Explosive Plays: 7

Previous Rank: 1

Comment: This is a tough call, but Kupp dropped two spots with ONLY 80 yards on seven catches.

4. Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings

Receptions: 46 | Yards: 654 | TDs: 2 | Explosive Plays: 11

Previous Rank: 4

Comment: Jefferson had another big day with 107 yards but still could not crack the top three, this list is just too good.

5. Davante Adams, Las Vegas Raiders

Receptions: 29 | Yards: 414 | TDs: 5 | Explosive Plays: 6

Previous Rank: 5

Comment: Adams had a BYE week.

6. Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals

Receptions: 39 | Yards: 475 | TDs: 4 | Explosive Plays: 6

Previous Rank: 8

Comment: Chase moved up in our rankings, and he is expected to keep rising after a two-touchdown, 132-yard day.

7. Jaylen Waddle, Miami Dolphins

Receptions: 30 | Yards: 533 | TDs: 3 | Explosive Plays: 8

Previous Rank: 7

Comment: He is incredibly explosive, but Chase jumps him due to a critical fumble. It’s tough for defenses to control Waddle and Hill, regardless of the quarterback.

8. A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles

Receptions: 33 | Yards: 503 | TDs: 2 | Explosive Plays: 6

Previous Rank: 6

Comment: Brown dropped two spots but did have a touchdown and 67 yards.  The other receivers in our rankings were just too productive.

9. Deebo Samuel, San Francisco 49ers

Receptions: 27 | Yards: 345 | TDs: 2 | Explosive Plays: 5

Previous Rank: 9

Comment: Samuel stayed at No. 9 after having 90 total yards on Sunday. He just does too many things on the field to keep him off this list.

10. Gabe Davis, Buffalo Bills

Receptions: 14 | Yards: 383 | TDs: 4 | Explosive Plays: 6

Previous Rank: N/A

Comment: It was a tough choice on who we bring into the top 10 after the injury to Hollywood Brown. This may cause a stir, but 27.4 yards per catch and four TDs are just too impressive.

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