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PPR wide receiver rankings for Divisional round fantasy football

We take you through some of the best wide receivers going in the Divisional round for fantasy football.

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams reacts after making a catch against the Detroit Lions during the second quarter at Ford Field. Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Tyreek Hill is tough to skip over but Davante Adams has seen so much work of late that he’s probably safer in PPR than Hill. DeAndre Hopkins is likely safe in PPR as well, as he will get a bunch of targets if the Chiefs get an early lead, which I think they will.

I probably have Deebo Samuel and Emmanuel Sanders a little too low here and may move them up as the week goes on. I like both in PPR against a Vikings team that allows a ton of receptions but not many touchdowns to wide receivers.

Adam Thielen gets a tough matchup with the 49ers but he appears to be back to his old self and his route running can get him open for multiple short passes if needed. The Titans receivers are in trouble against the Ravens but I’m guessing Ryan Tannehill will be forced to throw the ball more often this week, as the Ravens offense is too powerful to hold down.

PPR Wide Receiver Rankings, Divisional Round Playoffs

Rank Player Team Opp
Rank Player Team Opp
1 Davante Adams GB vs SEA
2 Tyreek Hill KC vs HOU
3 DeAndre Hopkins HOU @ KC
4 Tyler Lockett SEA @ GB
5 D.K. Metcalf SEA @ GB
6 Adam Thielen MIN @ SF
7 Stefon Diggs MIN @ SF
8 A.J. Brown TEN @ BAL
9 Will Fuller HOU @ KC
10 Marquise Brown BAL vs TEN
11 Deebo Samuel SF vs MIN
12 Emmanuel Sanders SF vs MIN
13 Sammy Watkins KC vs HOU
14 Kenny Stills HOU @ KC
15 David Moore SEA @ GB
16 Corey Davis TEN @ BAL
17 Mecole Hardman KC vs HOU
18 Willie Snead BAL vs TEN
19 Allen Lazard GB vs SEA
20 Demarcus Robinson KC vs HOU
21 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB vs SEA
22 Geronimo Allison GB vs SEA
23 Miles Boykin BAL vs TEN
24 Jake Kumerow GB vs SEA
25 Keke Coutee HOU @ KC