The top wide recievers in the NFL West divisions are a nice mix of proven veterans (Fitzgerald, Boldin & Bowe), red hot youngsters (Allen, Austin & Streater) and two in players in their prime (Thomas, Tate).

 

Some phenomenal WRs below...how are you going to choose just one?
 

AFC and NFC West WRs

 

Keenan Allen – San Diego Chargers

AFC Offensive Rookie of the Year, Allen could be come a fantasy star this year.

 

2013 Stats:  1048 Receiving Yards - 8 TDs – 146 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Tavon Austin – St. Louis Rams

Rookie Austin came on strong by the end of the last year and should be a force in 2014.

 

2013 Stats:  418 Receiving Yards - 5 TDs – 85 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Anquan Boldin – San Francisco 49ers

Great 2013 numbers should only get better in year two on the 49ers.

 

2013 Stats:  958 Receiving Yards - 10 TDs – 154 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Dwayne Bowe – Kansas City Chiefs

As the Chiefs only legitimate deep threat, Bowe faced double coverage all year and still put up strong numbers.

 

2013 Stats:  673 Receiving Yards - 5 TDs – 97 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals

Fitzgerald just keeps cranking out big years for the Cardinals.

 

2013 Stats:  958 Receiving Yards - 10 TDs – 154 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Rod Streater – Oakland Raiders

While the Raiders were searching to find their QB of the future, Streater showed he might be ready to break out.

 

2013 Stats:  888 Receiving Yards - 4 TDs – 123 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Golden Tate – Seattle Seahawks *

Tate led the Seahawks in receiving in their Super Bowl season. 

 

2013 Stats:  893 Receiving Yards - 5 TDs – 123 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

*Signed with the Detroit Lions.

 

Demaryius Thomas – Denver Broncos

With his combination of size and speed, Thomas is a match-up nightmare.  Having Peyton Manning throwing to him only adds to his fantasy football desirability.

 

2013 Stats:  1,430 Receiving Yards - 14 TDs – 227 RUSH Fantasy Points

 

Who is the best WR in the NFL West?