THE TOP 5 WR\n \n\nBy Muntradamus\n\nMVP NATION.\n\nEveryone on Draft Day has a list of 5 WRs that they consider the top BEAST products. Let us analyze each of the BEASTS and determine who our best option is. We will go Pop Corn style below.\nJULIO JONES\nWe already know Julio is one of those WRs who can put up historic Weeks. How about 300 Receiving Yards last year against Carolina in 1 game! Julio played a lot of the end of the season hurt and was not nearly the same BEAST he was early on. 1400+ Yards and 6 TDs in 2016 is definitely a BUST season. The Falcons went more to playing team Football than Julio Jones dominate a game football.\n\nThis season the Falcons are going with a New Offensive Coordinator, which can help Julio Jones because if there is one way to keep your job as an Offensive Coordinator, it is to make your superstars successful. Matt Ryan and Julio Jones have a connection like no other, they also have 10 Dome Games on the season.\n\nNo Defense can slow down Julio Jones, no Defense can double team him either as Matt Ryan showed last season, he can put up MVP Numbers if you do that.\nRATING: A+\nODELL BECKHAM JR.\nWhat is there not to like about Odell. He is the Superstar of Superstars. He can make amazing catches, he can outrun everyone, he will do a dance that will get you all pumped up to dance yourself.\n\nFor the first time since Odell has started his stardom, he welcomes a brand new BEAST WR in Brandon Marshall as his counterpart. Brandon Marshall is among the BEAST WRs in the game and he himself is too good to leave in single coverage. With Sterling Shepard in the slot, with Eli Manning looking to take the Giants back to the Superbowl, there is a lot to be excited about.\n\nAn advantage Odell has over Julio Jones. The Giants do not have a strong running game like Atlanta. The Giants cannot win games running the Football, Atlanta really can if the defense allows it. In the end, that means more pass attempts in New York.\n\nHowever despite all that. The end of the season has a lot of games in the East Coast. In fact, from Week 9 to Week 16, the Giants travel to West Coast 3x and play the rest of their games in the cold East Coast. Cold Football down the stretch of the season, usually leads to cold results.\nRATING: A\nAJ GREEN\nAJ Green barely finds himself on this list. No doubt he is a talent, no doubt Andy Dalton and AJ Green have a similar Matt Ryan\/Julio Jones combo about them. However the Bengals have not been able to provide AJ Green with superb talent to really distract the defense from doubling AJ often. There are hopes that John Ross can be that guy, but here is the truth.\n\nThe Bengals are built to win Football games by running the ball and letting their defense dominate. While running the Football will create big passing plays down the field. Joe Mixon eats up open field space, Jeremy Hill is running strong. Giovani Bernard can still do his thing in the passing game, Tyler Eifert has yet to be himself always being injured. Maybe one day AJ Green will be single covered all the time.\n\nThe good news, a great playoff schedule so if worst comes to worst and he ends up on your team, at least he will have good matchups down the stretch.\nRATING: A-\nMIKE EVANS\nWhat is there not to love about Mike Evans. Tampa Bay basically runs the ball by throwing the ball to Mike Evans. No matter the situation Jameis has faith in his superstar WR BEAST to get the ball. The addition of Desean Jackson is LETHAL. If defenses double team Mike Evans, Desean Jackson has a lot of open field to run with.\n\nTampa also has a strong running game which will allow Mike Evans less safety attention. Between being too big for any corner to start with and the willingness to catch passes over the middle of the field. Evans is almost in a class of his own.\n\nThe schedule is also very favorable to Mike Evans besides Week 3-6 (@MIN\/vs.NYG\/vs.NE\/@ARIZ). After that he is Fantasy Gold. Weather should not be too much of a problem down the stretch, a lot of home games against below average defenses.\nRATING: A\nANTONIO BROWN\nThe return of Martavis Bryant is HUGE! The addition of Rookie Ju-Ju Smith Schuster. HUGE! Antonio Brown cannot be double teamed like he was last season. Despite being Doubled the way he was, Antonio put up 1284 Yards and 12 TD. In 2015, when Antonio did have Martavis, Antonio put up 1834 Yards.\n\nSo right away we have good news with Antonio.\n\nHowever with good news, we have horrible news.\n\n\n\n5 of the most crucial weeks of Fantasy Football. Antonio Brown is playing Night time Cold Football games in what will probably be bad weather games. Antonio is unstoppable, but let us not look past the fact that Antonio really struggled last season towards the stretch because of bad weather. Indy was in a Dome.\n\n\nRATING: A\nRANKING THE TOP 5\n#1\nJULIO JONES\nThe Dome. The MVP QB. The Weapons to prevent Double Teams. Julio really has it all and he is healthy this season. Mohamed Sanu is a good late pick to draft as a WR 4\/5.\n#2\nMIKE EVANS\nConstant Target Machine. Weather is not going to be an issue and the schedule looks beautiful down the stretch. Desean Jackson is an easy target later on in your draft, does not hurt to draft Doug Martin\/JacQuizz Rodgers later in your draft as well. Mike Evans is ready for a Randy Moss (RANDY RATIO) type of season.\n#3\nODELL BECKHAM JR\nOdell is absolutely amazing to watch and the Giants are going to be throwing the ball all season without a true RB. Odell will not be double teamed like he once was and we definitely have not seen the best Odell we have seen. The reason Mike Evans has the advantage is the easier schedule along with the fact that Mike Evans will likey have better weather down the stretch of the season.\n\nWith drafting Odell, you might as well target Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard who both go way later than they should.\n#4\nANTONIO BROWN\nWhile Antonio can catch the ball and run with the best of them. The Steelers are also a more than capable team of leaning on Le'Veon Bell to win ball games. Martavis Bryant will get his targets and Antonio Brown will still always have a lot of defensive attention because defenses know they cannot single him. Big Ben does not have to force the ball to Antonio to win ball games, and bad weather down the stretch of the season with Cold Night Time games is not a promosing sign.\n\nYou cannot go wrong with Antonio by any means, but the other WRs have big time potential all season and the teams need them to carry them. Antonio is a Superstar, but he might not even be the best superstar on his own team. (Le'Veon Bell).\n#5A\nROB GRONKOWSKI\nGronk is more than half human half BEAST. He is Half Legend, and he is doing it at a position where he stands alone. Gronk is a machine and defenses cannot double him with Cooks and Edelman on the field. As well as all the RBs they have that can catch passes and demands at least a safety covering them. Gronk and his contract is all about the stats, along with playing time. Gronk is ready to BEAST.\n#5B\nAJ GREEN\nMaybe the easiest schedule of the bunch as only Denver and a couple of Joe Haden matchups are the only thing scary about AJ Green's season. Cincy is becoming more of a run first football team, and that does limit the potential of AJ. However it gives AJ BIG TIME play capability this season. John Ross is a good sleeper who could turn into a solid WR3 who at times can put up WR2 numbers.