Justin Jefferson (WR) +600
The Minnesota Vikings’ wide receiver has taken the league by storm since he was drafted in 2020. The numbers are there for Justin Jefferson and they've all been trending upwards. Comparing JJ’s 2020 season to his 2021 season: receptions went up (88 to 108), yards per game went up (87.5 to 95.1), and touchdowns went up (7 to 10). In the Vikings’ first game of the 2022 season last week, Jefferson put up a monster performance, tallying a career-high 184 yards along with two touchdowns against the Packers (who supposedly have one of the best secondary defenses in the league). While there’s still nearly an entire season left to play where anything can happen (and an unpredictable Kirk Cousins as his QB), Justin Jefferson looks completely unstoppable and I’m surprised that the 3rd year star wideout isn’t a heavier favorite than he already is.
Cooper Kupp (WR) +900
Last year’s Offensive Player of the Year currently sits as the second most favorite. 2021 was historic for Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp who ended the season with 145 receptions (1st), 1,947 receiving yards (1st), 114.5 yards per game (1st), and 16 touchdowns (1st). That season saw the forming of one of the league’s most lethal duos in Matt Stafford and Kupp and resulted in Cooper being the only the third receiver to ever win Offensive Player of the Year. The Rams lost some receiving talent in the offseason and we expect Cooper Kupp to see even more passes as the season progresses.
Stefon Diggs (WR) +900
It seems like Stefon Diggs has found his perfect fit with the Buffalo Bills. Since he was traded from the Vikings in 2020, Diggs has recorded his two best seasons in terms of receiving yards. So far in the 2022 season the 8th year wideout has been phenomenal - posting four touchdowns (Currently 1st) and 270 yards while averaging ten receptions per game on an 87% catch rate. It’s safe to say that MVP-favorite Josh Allen has a favorite receiver in Stefon DIggs and this duo is slated for an impeccable season.