Vote: Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Poll 2014

Vote: Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Poll 2014

courtesy: lesterslegends.com
courtesy: lesterslegends.com

If you had to draft either Randall Cobb, Antonio Brown or Alshon Jeffery as a wide receiver for your 2014 fantasy football team, who would you select?

Antonio Brown, Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers ranked seventh in fantasy points last season with 110 receptions, 1,499 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. He’s Ben Roethlisberger’s top target, and surprised fantasy owners last season with WR1 numbers nearly each week. In 2014, will we be able to count on as many targets for Brown, now that defenses are wise to his speed?

Alshon Jeffery, Wide Receiver, Chicago Bears finished eighth in fantasy points in 2013 with 89 catches, 1,421 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. Jeffery broke free with a monster season in 2013, rewarding those who drafted him, or snatched him from the waivers extremely pleased. Will he repeat these numbers again in 2014, under an injury-prone Jay Cutler?

Randall Cobb, Wide Receiver, Green Bay Packers ended 2013 ranking lower than Brown and Jeffery, due to an injury. However, Cobb is amazing on the field and had some killer numbers in 2012. In the six games he played last year, he had 31 receptions for 433 yards and four touchdowns. Cobb is healthy now, and he plays for one of the top-three quarterbacks, Aaron Rodgers. Providing Cobb stays upright, he should be poised for another fantastic fantasy season.

So, which of these fantasy football wide receivers would you vote for to reward the most fantasy points in 2014?

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