Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs, 96.40
Hill has been a flash all season long. You blink and he’s gone for a 75-yard touchdown. Through six games, Hill has totaled 567 receiving yards and six touchdowns while adding 37 rushing yards. Hill has been the clear leader of this fast and talented receiving corps, pacing a unit led by Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Sammy Watkins and Kareem Hunt.
Adam Thielen, Minnesota Vikings, 95.20
Thielen is clearly Kirk Cousins’ favorite target. Thielen wasted no time taking over wide receiver one duties on the talented Minnesota offense, racking up an absurd 712 receiving yards and four touchdowns. With the NFL becoming more of a passing league, players like Thielen will benefit going forward.
Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers, 91.70
Adams has helped Rodgers forget about the departure of his favorite receiver in Jordy Nelson. On Monday Night Football, Adams lit up the scoreboard with 10 receptions for 132 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Look for Adams to keep climbing in scoring after the bye in Week 7. Adams has amassed 557 receiving yards and six touchdowns.
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers, 83.80
Brown has taken a step back this season with the emergence of JuJu Smith-Schuster and Vance McDonald. This hasn’t been a Brown-type season through the first six weeks, and yet he ranks fourth in scoring among wide receivers. Brown scored the game-winning touchdown in a come from behind victory against the Bengals in Week 6.
DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans, 81.0
Hopkins has arguably the best hands in the NFL. To this juncture, Hopkins has 657 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Hopkins has helped the Texans win some big games this year and he looks to continue that trend in Week 7 against the Jacksonville Jaguars who seem to have lost their defensive luster they had coming into 2018.