There are a handful of consensus go-to receivers in the league such as Antonio Brown and Julio Jones that will fly off Fantasy boards early. There's huge value, and volatility, behind those elite options.
Knowing the best and worst case scenarios for some mid-round options such as Brandin Cooks and Will Fuller will help you make educated picks. And before you evaluate this year's crop of mid-tier receivers, you'll want to hear what Heath Cummings has to say.
Cummings is a CBS Sports Senior Fantasy Writer, a former Footballguys staff writer and host of The Fantasy Football Show on ESPN 1510 in Kansas City. He's one of the top Fantasy football minds in the nation and he specializes in detailed statistical analysis.
Now he's taking a deep look at four mid-round receivers and giving his best and worst case scenarios for each, while also comparing notes with SportsLine's powerful projection computer.
We can tell you that Cummings says 1,120 yards, eight touchdowns and 230 Fantasy points is the upside for Brandin Cooks as he moves from New England to Los Angeles.
Cummings has also identified another receiver who has changed teams and has an upside of over 230 Fantasy points, but a downside of well under 150. Knowing the risks on a player such as this is critical before making a pick in your 2018 NFL Fantasy drafts.
So what's the upside and downside for these mid-round receivers, and which one has massive upside? ... Join SportsLine now to see Heath Cummings' receiver upside and downside projections and analysis, all from one of the top Fantasy analysts in the nation.