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Top 10 Dynasty Wide Receiver Rankings

Jack breaks down his top 10 Dynasty wide receivers heading into 2024.

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - SEPTEMBER 27: Justin Jefferson #18 of the Minnesota Vikings scores a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans in the third quarter at U.S. Bank Stadium on September 27, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)

With the NFL offseason officially underway, let’s take a look at the 10 Dynasty fantasy football wide receivers ahead of the 2024 season.

1. Justin Jefferson, Minnesota Vikings 

It was an up-and-down season for Jefferson in 2023. He played in just ten games due to injury but still caught 68 of his 100 targets for 1,074 yards and five touchdowns. He also averaged the most yards per game of his career, with 107.4 yards per game. He is, without a doubt, the top receiver in Minnesota and arguably the best receiver in the NFL.

While there is some uncertainty around the quarterback position for the Vikings next season, Jefferson is a quarterback-proof receiver who will be able to produce regardless of who is under center next season. If he remains healthy next season, expect Jefferson to come close to 2,000 yards receiving and double-digit touchdowns.

2. CeeDee Lamb, Dallas Cowboys

Lamb produced the best season of his career this past season, catching 135 of his 181 targets for 1,749 yards and 12 touchdowns which were all career highs. He was dominant last season and likely led you to a fantasy championship if he was on your Redraft roster.

Heading into the 2024 NFL season, there is no reason to believe that Lamb will slow down. The Cowboys’ offense was one of the best in the league last season, and with most of their major pieces returning, they should be one of the best in the league once again next season. Expect Lamb to have around 1,500+ receiving yards next season and score between eight and 12 touchdowns.

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3. Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals

Chase had another strong season in his third NFL season, catching 100 of 145 targets for 1,216 yards and seven touchdowns. While he had a slow start to the season, it was encouraging to see him produce strong numbers, especially with a backup quarterback for large chunks of the season.

Like Justin Jefferson, Chase is one of the most quarterback-proof receivers in the NFL and will be able to produce no matter who is under center. With Joe Burrow set to return next season, expect them to continue to be one of the best quarterback and wide receiver duos in the NFL next season.

4. Amon-Ra St. Brown, Detroit Lions

St. Brown had a career year in 2023, catching 119 of 164 targets for 1,515 yards and 10 touchdowns. All of those numbers were career highs. He has quickly established himself as one of the best receivers in the NFL and as the top target in an elite Lions’ offense.

Expect St. Brown to produce another strong season in 2024. Despite the number of weapons in the Lions’ offense, he will remain the top target for quarterback Jared Goff in the passing game, and he should be valued as a top-five Dynasty receiver and will be one of the first receivers taken in Redraft formats next season.

5. Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins 

In his second season with the Dolphins, Hill had one of the best seasons of his career, catching 119 of 171 targets for a career-high 1,799 yards and 13 touchdowns. Throughout the year, he was considered one of the most dynamic players in the league and was even in the running for the MVP award.

Although Hill will be turning 30 next season, he has not shown any signs of slowing down. Considering that he was on pace to reach 2,000 yards for most of last season, it would not be surprising if he achieves that milestone in the 2024 season.

6. A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles

Brown produced well in what was an inconsistent season for the Eagles’ offense. He set a career-high in catches with 106 while adding 1,456 yards and seven touchdowns. He is the top target for quarterback Jalen Hurts in the Eagles’ passing attack. While durability was a concern for Brown when he was with the Titans, he has been healthy through two seasons in Philadelphia.

As we approach the 2024 season, expect Brown to have another strong season of around 1,600 yards and eight to 10 touchdowns. With a new coordinator and playcaller in place for the Eagles next season, let’s hope that their offense becomes more consistent and allows its playmakers to thrive.

7. Puka Nacua, Los Angeles Rams

Nacua had the most productive rookie WR season of all time in 2023, catching 105 of 160 targets for 1,486 yards and six touchdowns. As a fifth-round pick, expectations were low for Nacua, but he immediately showed that he should have been drafted much higher. He instantly became a reliable target for quarterback Matthew Stafford, and their chemistry should continue to grow throughout the offseason.

Nacua should have a great second year with a stat line of around 100 catches, 1,300 yards and eight touchdowns in 2024-25. He has quickly established himself as one of the best young receivers in the NFL and will have a strong follow-up season next year.

8. Brandon Aiyuk, San Fransisco 49ers

Aiyuk had an excellent season in 2023, catching 75 of 105 targets for a career-high of 1,342 yards and seven touchdowns. He was quarterback Brock Purdy’s top target and performed consistently well throughout the season.

Although the 2024 season is the final year of his contract and his future is uncertain at the moment, Aiyuk is expected to have a strong season, with a predicted stat line of around 80 catches, 1,200 yards, and eight touchdowns. Despite being one of the more underrated receivers in the NFL, Aiyuk always manages to perform at a high level, even with so many elite players in the 49ers’ offense. If he happens to leave San Francisco, he could be even more productive as the unquestioned WR1 on a different offense.

9. Nico Collins, Houston Texans

Collins broke out last season by catching 80 of 109 targets for 1,297 yards and eight touchdowns, all of which were career highs. He immediately became one of rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud’s favorite targets and the two were one of the best quarterback and receiver duos last season.

Heading into the 2024 season, expect Collins to have another strong season of over 1,000 yards and possibly even score 10+ touchdowns next season. He has quickly become one of the top wide receivers in the NFL and is often overlooked by bigger names. It would not surprise me to see him have another elite season next year, even with Tank Dell set to return from injury.

10. Garrett Wilson, New York Jets

Wilson caught 95 of 168 targets for 1,042 yards and three touchdowns last season. This was his second consecutive season of 1,000 or more receiving yards. While this season was a down year for the Jets’ offense, it is encouraging that he was able to produce at a high level despite all the inconsistencies with the Jets last season.

With quarterback Aaron Rodgers set to return in 2024, it should be expected for Wilson to have better numbers. He should remain the top target for Rodgers and could have a great season catching passes from the future Hall of Fame quarterback.