Fantasy Football is a game of consistency and getting consistent production at the wide receiver position is extremely difficult. The players on this list were both consistent and explosive, delivering for fantasy owners at every turn during the regular season.

1. Jordy Nelson.

The Packers wide receiver had a resurgent year in 2016, scoring 200 fantasy points and averaging 12.5 Points Per Game. Aaron Rodgers' favorite target will be drafted highly again next season after his impressive year.

1. Mike Evans.

Jordy Nelson and Mike Evans tied for the wide receiver lead at 200 fantasy points and both averaged 12.5 points in 2016.

Evans was one of the most targeted Wide Receivers all year and will remain a favorite target of Winston next season.

3. Antonio Brown.

The consensus number one wide receiver didn't finish the year at the top, but he again delivered solid results to fantasy owners, scoring 193 fantasy points per game and averaging 12.1 points in each game.

4. Odell Beckham.

There's no doubt that the Giants receiver is one of the best players in the league and it shows in his fantasy results. Beckham averaged 11.8 fantasy points per game to easily make the top five of this list.

5. T.Y. Hilton.

A surprising inclusion on this list, Hilton had a huge year and really connected with Andrew Luck. Hilton averaged 11 fantasy points per game and shed some of the inconsistency that plagued his fantasy value last year.

6. Julio Jones.

The Falcons had the best offense in the NFL this year and Julio was awesome again. Even though Julio was partially plagued by injuries, he still managed to score 170 fantasy points and easily average more than 10 a game.

7. Davante Adams.

The second Packer to make the list, Adams had a resurgent year and overtook Randall Cobb as the second main option in the Packers offense.

Adams averaged 10.4 fantasy points per game and delivered value to anybody willing to take a late flier on him.

8. Brandin Cooks.

The Saints leading wide receiver managed to crack the top ten by averaging 9.9 fantasy points per game in an offense that also featured fellow top ten wide receiver Michael Thomas.

9. Michael Thomas.

Saints receiver Michael Thomas came out of nowhere to have a huge fantasy year and deliver for anyone who was smart enough to either draft or pick him up early.

Thomas averaged nearly 10 points per game.

10. Doug Baldwin.

The Seahawks wide receiver was coming off a fantastic 2015 in which he was close to the top of all wide receivers in scoring. This season, Baldwin saw a dropoff in production but still managed to score 9.5 points per game.