After what Michael Thomas did in 2019, it’s hard to argue with taking him as the No. 1 wide receiver in fantasy, but for a time, that title belonged to DeAndre Hopkins.
But are we to expect the usual from Hopkins — the usual being a top-five fantasy finish — now that he’s on a new team and learning a new system in an offseason like no other? Our analysts are still ranking him as such.
Check out how the rest of the fantasy wide receivers shake out in our analysts’ draft rankings below and let us know where you disagree!
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