As we roll along this offseason, we are laying the groundwork for early best ball drafts, new dynasty startups, and everything else under the fantasy sun as we gear up for the next NFL season.

My full 2024 fantasy football rankings are already available as part of the Sharp Fantasy Football Draft Kit, but we also wanted to add some notes to those rankings for each position.

These rankings will move and be updated throughout the offseason as the landscape changes.

While these rankings will only have a short blurb for each player, there will be more in-detail player writeups coming with the full tiers later in June after our 2024 NFL Preview book drops.

This list will be based on full-PPR settings, but check out the full rankings to see how the deck gets shuffled under other scoring settings that do not weigh receptions as heavily.

Fantasy Football Rankings:

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Fantasy WR Rankings 2024:

  1. CeeDee Lamb, Cowboys
  2. Tyreek Hill, Dolphins
  3. Justin Jefferson, Vikings
  4. Amon-Ra St. Brown, Lions
  5. Ja’Marr Chase, Bengals

2024 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings:

1. CeeDee Lamb: Targets, catches, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns have all gone up from the season prior in each of his years in the league. Led the NFL with 135 receptions last season, turning those into 1,749 yards and 12 touchdowns. Weak target competition and the Dallas defense should take a step back.

2. Tyreek Hill: Has been targeted on 32.0% and 36.6% of his routes the past two seasons, the highest rates of his career and the highest rates in the NFL. Posted more yards in 16 games than Lamb did in 17.

3. Justin Jefferson: In 2023, averaged 107.4 receiving yards per game, which was second in the NFL behind Hill. Does quarterback change add volatility in 2024? Has just 58 career targets from non-Kirk Cousins passers to this point and was outside of the top-20 scorers in three of his five games without Cousins last season.

4. Amon-Ra St. Brown: Targets, catches, yards, yards per catch, and receiving touchdowns have all risen from the year prior in each of his years in the league. Has finished first three seasons as the WR30, WR11, and WR4 in points per game. Detroit is still soft at WR2 to keep targets sky-high.

5. Ja’Marr Chase: Still have yet to see the best overall season I believe we will get for his career. Has averaged 7.3 and 6.3 receptions per game in the past two seasons. The Bengals should continue to round out his full-field usage. Slot rate has gone up each season of his career.

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