Oh those Wide Receivers, they just want to have fun. They also want the damn ball, more money and they don't want you talking about their quarterback like that (it's not fair). In a draft, I would prefer to have two or three WR after the 6th Round. In an auction, I'll likely spend $40-$50 on three starters, depending on how much I blew on the RB position and how I plan to attack the QB and TE position. It's all relative, but in a three WR league, you need to have two guys you can depend on. Selecting a dependable WR gets to be a tough task after the first 20-25 have been drafted. My third WR will usually be a sleeper type pick (Donnie Avery last year) because I play deeper leagues and we have to save money somewhere. The following tiered rankings have been set up for a PPR league (.50 points per reception). These ranks are the most likely to change in time, between the four major positions. Onto the tiers!