Fantasy football rankings 2017: Wide receivers in standard leagues for NFL Week 5

DeAndre Hopkins is back to being a premier fantasy receiver.

After a disastrous 2016 campaign, which was marred by horrific quarterback play, Hopkins never could find rhythm in the Houston Texans’ offense, despite getting 150 targets, Far too many of those targets were uncatchable, but that’s not been the case with DeShaun Watson, who is getting the ball plenty to Hopkins.

That came to a head in Week when Hopkins tourced the Tennessee Titans for 10 grabs, 107 yards and one score. He’s now caught at least seven passes in every game this season. However, Hopkins is no longer the only viable fantasy receiver in Houston. Will Fuller returned from his broken collarbone to catch two touchdowns against Tennessee.

Who will have breakout games in Week 5? Let us help you solve that question with a fresh set of fantasy rankings for receivers in standard leagues.

Wide Receiver (standard) rankings, Week 5

(SK: Scott Kaliska; JG: Jeff Goldberg; DG: Derek Gordon; KB: Kyle Bennett; ZS: Zach Senvisky; JM: Jason Marcum)

WR standard rankings, Week 5

Rk Consensus Tm Opp SK JG DG KB ZS JM
1 Jordy Nelson GB @ DAL 2 1 1 2 2 1
2 Odell Beckham Jr. NYG vs. LAC 3 2 2 5 4 2
3 Antonio Brown PIT vs. JAC 4 3 3 3 3 3
4 Mike Evans TB vs. NE 1 4 8 1 1 8
5 A.J. Green CIN vs. BUF 5 5 4 4 5 4
6 Dez Bryant DAL vs. GB 6 6 5 6 6 5
7 DeAndre Hopkins HOU vs. KC 7 8 6 7 7 6
8 Keenan Allen LAC @ NYG 13 7 7 8 9 7
9 Larry Fitzgerald ARI @ PHI 11 9 9 9 8 9
10 Stefon Diggs MIN @ CHI 8 12 12 11 11 12
11 T.Y. Hilton IND vs. SF 14 11 11 10 10 11
12 Brandin Cooks NE @ TB 9 13 13 12 12 13
13 Golden Tate DET vs. CAR 17 10 10 13 19 10
14 Doug Baldwin SEA @ LAR 12 14 14 14 13 14
15 DeVante Parker MIA vs. TEN 15 15 15 15 15 15
16 Tyreek Hill KC @ HOU 10 17 18 16 17 19
17 Randall Cobb GB @ DAL 18 16 17 18 16 16
18 Kelvin Benjamin CAR @ DET 24 18 16 17 14 17
19 Adam Thielen MIN @ CHI 22 19 19 19 22 18
20 Alshon Jeffery PHI vs. ARI 21 20 20 20 20 20
21 Pierre Garcon SF @ IND 19 21 21 21 21 21
22 Tyrell Williams LAC @ NYG 27 23 23 23 18 29
23 Chris Hogan NE @ TB 16 26 29 26 24 28
24 Sammy Watkins LAR vs. SEA 28 24 28 24 23 23
25 Allen Hurns JAC @ PIT 35 22 22 22 33 22
26 DeSean Jackson TB vs. NE 20 29 26 29 28 27
27 Martavis Bryant PIT vs. JAC 30 28 25 28 27 25
28 Amari Cooper OAK vs. BAL 26 27 30 27 26 30
29 Rishard Matthews TEN @ MIA 25 30 27 30 29 26
30 Jarvis Landry MIA vs. TEN 23 25 24 25 49 24
31 Devin Funchess CAR @ DET 29 32 34 31 31 34
32 Jaron Brown ARI @ PHI 37 31 32 33 30 32
33 Will Fuller HOU vs. KC 36 33 36 36 32 36
34 Jeremy Maclin BAL @ OAK 34 35 33 34 43 33
35 Marqise Lee JAC @ PIT 41 36 37 37 34 38
36 Cooper Kupp LAR vs. SEA 39 37 38 38 35 37
37 Danny Amendola NE @ TB 33 38 39 39 37 39
38 Marvin Jones DET vs. CAR 40 34 35 35 47 35
39 Tyler Lockett SEA @ LAR 50 39 31 42 39 40
40 Paul Richardson SEA @ LAR 45 41 42 43 40 31
41 Brandon Marshall NYG vs. LAC 43 40 40 40 38 41
42 Michael Crabtree OAK vs. BAL 32 32 25
43 John Brown ARI @ PHI 38 44 44 45 42 44
44 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT vs. JAC 42 41 41 50 42
45 Eric Decker TEN @ MIA 43 43 44 41 50
46 Kendall Wright CHI vs. MIN 48 45 46 47 45 46
47 Mike Wallace BAL @ OAK 49 46 45 46 44 49
48 Robert Woods LAR vs. SEA 50 50 50 36 43
49 Rashard Higgins CLE vs. NYJ 47 47 48 46 47
50 Sterling Shepard NYG vs. LAC 31
Davante Adams GB @ DAL 48 48 45
Donte Moncrief IND @ PIT 49 49 49 48 48
Jermaine Kearse NYJ @ CLE 42
Robby Anderson NYJ @ CLE 44
Geronimo Allison GB @ DAL 46
Kenny Stills MIA vs. TEN 47

Via SBNation.com