(It ain't rocket science, folks).
While traditional scoring leader lists offer a look at how well a player did overall during a given season, it doesn't take into effect such factors as games missed and injuries. So, let's take a deeper look into the numbers to see how our heroes performed when the football was in their hands. In the case of the wide receivers, we examined how well players performed on a per target basis with notes on snap percentage as well. This exercise helps us find which wideouts did the most with their opportunities to produce points, and which ones needed lots of chances to be relevant.
Here's a look at your top 30 fantasy wide receivers from last season, ranked based on their fantasy-point-per-target averages (minimum 350 snaps).