The Faked Goods: Fantasy Football Podcast #69 March 31, 2016  |  Chet


Mr. Reception Perception, Matt Harmon of NFL.com, is back a year later with the Faked Goods bros to discuss this year’s rookie wide receiver class.  Spoiler alert, hot taeks forthcoming…  Here are Rich, Chad and Matt’s current top-10 rookie WR rankings:

Chad Rich Matt
Laquon Treadwell
Corey Coleman
Laquon Treadwell
Corey Coleman
Josh Doctson
Josh Doctson
Leonte Caroo
Laquon Treadwell
Sterling Shepard
Josh Doctson
Leonte Carroo
Corey Coleman
Will Fuller
Will Fuller
Michael Thomas (OSU)
Tyler Boyd
Sterling Shepard
Malcolm Mitchell
Michael Thomas (OSU)
Mike Thomas (OSU)
Leonte Carroo
Mike Thomas (So Miss)
Keyarris Garrett
Will Fuller
Sterling Shepard
Tyler Boyd
Rashard Higgins
Marquez North
Malcolm Mitchell
Michael Thomas (So Miss)

 

 

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