NFC West: Fantasy Football WR and TE Rankings

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Dec 28, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers wide receiver

Anquan Boldin

(81) returns to the sideline during the third quarter of the game against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi

The NFC West may not have the best offensive weapons when it comes to pass catchers, but the Seahawks addition of Jimmy Graham in the offseason finally gives the division someone elite. Graham is really the only early-round worthy fantasy football pick in the entire division.

The Arizona Cardinals have the best receiving corps in the division with a 1-2-3 punch of Michael Floyd, Larry Fitzgerald, and John Brown.

The Seahawks come in second place in the battle of weapons down the field with Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, and Jimmy Graham running wild for Russell Wilson.

The 49ers pulls up in the third place in the division with an aging Anquan Boldin leading the receiving group in San Francisco. The addition of Torrey Smith makes up for the subtraction of Michael Crabtree, but still it’s not much of an upgrade. We shall see which version of Vernon Davis we get this year as well, 2013 Davis with 52 catches for 13 touchdowns, or 2014 Davis with 26 catches and two touchdowns.

Finally, the St. Louis Rams don’t have much going at all for Nick Foles in the aerial attack. Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, and Jared Cook poise the greatest threats to defenses and by the looks of it, it’s not much of a “threat” at all.

Check out the fantasy football rankings for the wide receivers and tight ends in the NFC West in the following slides…